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The BaseSTATION is a meeting room solution that enables meeting room participants to use their own personal applications on their own devices (tablets, laptops and network computers.)
By connecting via HDMI or VGA, the room’s monitor connects to Vaddio’s BaseSTATION control dock located on the meeting table. Users simply connect personal devices to the BaseSTATION and begin using their favorite collaboration tools..
Employees can share PowerPoint or Keynote presentations, engage in high definition videoconferencing using Skype, Microsoft Lync, WebEx or any other UC application. BaseSTATION allows any application to be shared or collaborated in the meeting room. Users can also use the standalone SIP based speakerphone for audio conferencing calls.
BaseSTATION includes the necessary peripherals to create a high-quality multi-use room and group collaboration experience: an HD point-of-view camera, microphones and a control dock.
The real secret though, is the ability to work with any OS and any computer application that supports USB. As a result, any personal application that runs on your device can now be a meeting room application.