Video Conferencing Solutions
More and more businesses are being compelled towards adopting a hybrid workplace that supports both remote working/private workspaces and on-premise office working. With so many solutions out there, it can be tricky to make the right decision for your organisation – any investment now needs to be all things: robust, flexible, secure and manageable.
There has been a move away from traditional on-premise video conferencing and a giant leap towards cloud-based video platforms, which are extremely accessible, fully scalable and provide a collaborative virtual meeting room that allows for content sharing, breakout rooms, meeting recording, and on-call group/direct chats, to name but a few of the benefits.
When designing your systems, we will look at the products that best fit the immersive experience you require within your Virtual Meeting Rooms.
Video Conferencing Equipment
Capture everyone in the room, whether on-site or working remotely.
Mics and Speakers
Every conversation counts and quality audio is essential for smooth communication.
Bring your professional presentations to life with high-quality visual displays.
All-in-one Collaboration Bars
Audio-visual requirements built into one sleek device to streamline your meetings and calls.
Share what you’re working on using compact document cameras.
Boost your brainstorming sessions with interactive whiteboards and real-time annotation.
Video conferencing products from leading manufacturers
At Mediascape Ltd, we have the expertise to design, supply, install and train staff on all aspects of video conferencing, transforming your meetings into streamlined collaborations . We work with the best of brands who are leading the way in tech innovation and product design.
Creates premium audio and video products so you can have your best meeting — anywhere, anytime.
Leading supplier of conference cameras and conference room solutions.
Cisco collaboration helps you feel confident in the cloud.
Cutting-edge cameras and high-quality video experiences.
Video Conferencing Solutions for your Workplace
Mediascape can help you confidently embed the right video conferencing infrastructure and hardware into your workplace. From the executive home to your professional team meeting rooms, we can install systems that are compatible with any cloud-based video platform.
Our team can advise you on the best video conferencing solution to meet your needs, tailoring solutions to your room size, audience numbers, preferred platform and overall required functionality, providing you with options to suit your budget.
Technology for Hybrid Meeting Rooms
Now that the world is connecting from boardrooms to home offices, the means of effective collaboration is at the forefront of everyone’s minds. By Integrating an interactive touchscreen into your video conferencing setup, you can provide an environment capable of real time content annotation, infinite whiteboards for brainstorming and more.
Whether you are in the corporate, commercial, education, healthcare, or retail sectors, we can provide you with the tools that your business needs to get the absolute most out of video conferencing systems – now absolutely essential for the modern working and learning environment.
Mediascape can supply and install Cloud-Based Video Conferencing and Collaboration hardware from all the main manufacturers.
We have worked with a wide range of clients, providing products/services that are second to none.
University of Glasgow
3D Dental Hospital Installation
Mediascape Ltd were previously involved in the refurbishment of teaching laboratories at the Glasgow Dental Hospital so we were pleased to be involved again, this time for the new Dorothy Geddes Multimedia Teaching Facility.
The university of Strathclyde
The £31 million Strathclyde University Sports Centre
Throughout all of the areas we installed AMX control systems, simple user friendly touch screens programmed to allow users to control all Audio Visual services in the room from one location and providing central control and visibility over the network to the university.
“I found the company very professional and I am given all the information I require. I also have found all engineers to be particularly skilled and experienced and workmanship is of a very high degree.”
Enhance your online meetings
Integrate the best audio conferencing technology into your organisation
Make it simple for people to meet, learn and work together at any time.
Bring people together for real-time collaboration no matter where they are.
No more clumsy starts or time lost due to poor sound quality or disrupted videos.
With passion and purpose, we work closely with our customers, integrating innovative and intelligent approaches to your AV for video conferencing and boardroom set-ups.
What is video conferencing?
Video conferencing is live, visual connection between two or more remote people over the internet that simulates a face-to-face meeting.
How does video conferencing work?
Video conferencing allows people to communicate and collaborate remotely in real-time using audio and video technology. It typically involves the use of a computer or mobile device with a camera and microphone, as well as an internet connection and a video conferencing software or app.
When using video conferencing, each participant’s device captures their audio and video using the built-in camera and microphone. The audio and video data is then compressed and sent over the internet to the other participants’ devices, where it is decompressed and played back in real-time.
Video conferencing software or apps provide a range of features and tools to facilitate communication, such as the ability to share your screen, collaborate on documents, and send messages or files to other participants. Some video conferencing services also allow for larger group meetings, known as webinars, which can be attended by hundreds or thousands of participants.
Overall, video conferencing allows people to communicate and collaborate remotely in a way that is similar to being in the same physical location. It is a useful tool for businesses, educators, and individuals to stay connected and productive while working remotely.
What internet speed do I need for video conferencing?
Standard-definition video conferencing generally requires less than 1 Mbps (megabits per second), while high-resolution video conferencing can require as much as 6 Mbps.
What hardware is needed for video conferencing?
To use video conferencing, you will need a computer or mobile device with a camera, microphone, and internet connection.
To use video or boardroom conferencing, you will need the following hardware:
- A computer or mobile device with a camera and microphone
- An internet connection
- A webcam (if your device does not have a built-in camera)
- A headset with a microphone (to improve audio quality)
- A large display screen or monitor (for boardroom conferencing)
- Speakers (for boardroom conferencing)
What software do I need for video conferencing?
To facilitate video conferencing, you will need a video conferencing software or app. Some common options for video conferencing software include Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams. These services allow you to connect with other participants, share your screen, and collaborate on documents in real-time.
How do I use Microsoft teams for video conferencing?
To use Microsoft Teams for video conferencing, follow these steps:
- First, make sure you have a Microsoft account and download the Microsoft Teams app on your computer or mobile device.
- Open the app and sign in with your Microsoft account.
- To start a new video call, click on the “Calls” tab in the left-hand menu and select “New call” from the dropdown menu.
- Enter the name or email address of the person you want to call in the search field, and select their name from the search results.
- Click on the “Video call” button to initiate the call.
- The other person will receive a notification and can accept the call to join the video conference.
During the call, you can use the toolbar at the bottom of the screen to access features like muting your microphone, turning off your camera, or sharing your screen. You can also use the “Chat” and “Files” tabs in the left-hand menu to send messages or share documents with other participants.