Video Conferencing Cameras for Huddle Rooms

Choosing the right camera for your application

Organizations around the world are investing in their smaller meeting rooms (a.k.a. huddle rooms). However, deploying video conferencing in huddle rooms brings a new set of challenges in many areas – especially as it relates to choosing a camera system.  

In some cases, organizations will use dedicated (hardware-based) group video conferencing systems within their huddle rooms.  Such solutions can provide an exceptional user experience, but are often too expensive for basic huddle rooms.  In addition, these solutions may not support the various conferencing applications (e.g. Skype for Business, Zoom, WebEx, GoToMeeting, etc.) preferred by the user community.

For these reasons, many organizations are deploying PC-based video conferencing solutions within their meeting rooms – and especially their huddle spaces.  In those situations, customers need to choose the proper video conferencing camera to address their needs.

This study, sponsored by Altia Systems, provides information and insight into six areas to consider when researching and selecting video conferencing cameras for your huddle rooms.

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12 Jun 2017