Bosch Security Systems is pleased to announce that its DICENTIS Wireless Conference System has won the prestigious InAVation technology award 2016 in the category “Most inAVative Meetings and Congress Technology”, prevailing over strong competition. Product manager Kahloh Leung and engineer Anton Prins accepted the award on behalf of Bosch. The 10th annual InAVation Awards ceremony was held on February 9th at the Gashouder in Amsterdam during the ISE show.
Over 600 guests from the most influential names in the AV industry were invited to attend the highly renowned event. The Technology Awards recognise the best products, software and tools launched in the last year. Shortlisted companies were nominated for public voting. This year more than 32,000 votes were cast by readers using a points-based system to choose a winner in each of the 13 different categories. Votes from technical managers, consultants, end users and integrators scored higher than those from manufacturers or distributors.
About the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System from Bosch:
The DICENTIS Wireless Conference System is based on standard Wi-Fi technology and smart wireless management to allow for interference-free and highly flexible wireless conferencing – even in critical environments. The system is equipped with state-of-the-art technology including built-in Digital Acoustic Feedback Suppression (DAFS) to eliminate disturbing feedback.
Quick and easy set-up and configuration make the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System an ideal solution for multi-purpose rooms. The system is also suitable for use in historic buildings, as no changes need to be made to existing building structures for installation. It ensures a superior meeting experience, with wireless devices designed for fast, intuitive use, and conveys a sense of natural, direct communication. Additional features include a built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) reader, a 4.3-inch capacitive touch-screen and a high directive microphone. True Wireless Connectivity enables an easy control of the conference system via a tablet or laptop. The mobile devices can connect directly to the system’s Wireless Access Point – without the need for an additional router. Highly secure wireless encryption (WPA2) guards the system against eavesdropping. The win marks a second consecutive accolade for a Bosch conferencing solution – last year, Dutch system integrator Jacot Audiovisueel won in the “Government & Public Sector” category for their project utilizing DCN multimedia Conference Systems from Bosch at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit.
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