Everything to know about the PanaCast 50 Video Bar System – taking hybrid meetings to the next level?
Last month Jabra unveiled its new product, the PanaCast 50 Video Bar System, an Android collaboration bar which the company says “completes Jabra’s solution portfolio for small-medium sized meeting rooms.”
Jabra has previously unveiled its PanaCast 50 solution portfolio, with the Video Bar System being the final product for the current line of solutions for small-medium sized meeting rooms.
The Video Bar System has been described as an integrated solution, one that features an Android-based compute unit, along with network and display interfaces. The product can run both Zoom Rooms, as well as Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android. Naturally, the system has speakers, video cameras and microphones that fall in line with Jabra’s popular product standards. The system is designed with a 10.1” touch controller which can be used to operate and manage meetings.
A unique feature of the PanaCast 50 Video Bar System is its adaptability regarding evolving technologies such as UC experiences and artificial intelligence, thanks to a software-defined platform that itself is powered by AI.
“We have an urgent need to improve collaboration in today’s hybrid working era. Our research* found that meeting equity has a strong impact on an employee’s experience, well-being, and productivity levels,” said Aurangzeb Khan, SVP for Intelligent Vision Systems at Jabra.
“The addition of the PanaCast 50 Video Bar System as a room solution to the Jabra PanaCast portfolio – with the already-delivered BYOD and room system solutions – can vastly enhance the hybrid meeting experience. The Jabra PanaCast 50 solution portfolio addresses the spectrum of business needs for small-medium sized meeting rooms. We want to facilitate effortless discussions and encourage innovation amongst meeting attendees no matter their location.”