INOGENI addresses one of the most growing needs in the market.
The global growth of videoconferencing and professional systems requires high-performance installations with which the user experience is the top priority to facilitate seamless collaboration and offer the most immersive environment possible—despite the distance that separates all users. Gilles Chouinard, President and CTO at INOGENI, said: “We are aware that the fleet of professional installations is mainly made up of HDMI video input for CODECs, such as Cisco, Poly, Crestron and Extron.
However, the extensive supply of USB cameras continues to grow with advanced functionalities that are highly sought-after for videoconferencing users. This is why INOGENI, which is a leader in video technology for all types of protocols, has responded to market demand. We have designed this converter to be robust as well as easy and worry-free to use.’’
Now you can connect the Huddly Canvas to Cisco Webex Room Series.
The popularity of smart whiteboards in business and educational institutions continues to grow. It is becoming an essential tool for complex presentations, teaching and creative collaboration. The Huddly Canvas also allows the writing hand and arm to be erased and thus ensures full visibility on the board. Most professional videoconferencing systems and CODECs, like the Cisco Webex Room Series, are mostly equipped with only HDMI inputs for cameras. The U-CAM solves the problem of interoperability instantly, thereby allowing the image of the Huddly Canvas USB camera to be converted into the HDMI format, taking advantage of all the advanced features of the camera.
Designed and made in Canada with green energy, this new device follows premium safety- and precision-manufacturing processes.
Thanks to its direct connection without drivers, the new U-CAM is a plug-and-go device that seamlessly converts the USB camera to HDMI with embedded audio as well as the video loop out on USB 2.0 on MJPEG high-quality format. It can be controlled on CODEC pads via its RS-232 or LAN connectors. Manufactured in Canada in state-of-the-art facilities, the automated electronics assembly ensures consistent performance and stability. The rugged and easy-to-handle extruded aluminum housing ensures a robust, stable and extremely durable product suitable for daily use in professional and commercial environments. Our manufacturing suppliers in Canada follow stringent environmental and ethical policies. The U-CAM is also RoHS compliant. All assembly and manufacturing production is carried out in Quebec, Canada, where 95.7% of the energy used to produce the U-CAM is hydroelectric, which allows for green production to help customers achieve their ESG requirements.