The industry-leading DMPS Series delivers bit-for-bit, no latency HD video switching and display, including HDCP-protected content. DMPS makes it easy to seamlessly connect your MacBook® or PC laptops, making presentations from almost any device fast and easy. It integrates an amplifer, audio DSP, mic mixer, multimedia matrix switcher and control system in a single 3-space rackmount system.

Add new AirMedia, the ground breaking device for wireless HD presentation
and collaboration

With AirMedia you can walk into a meeting space and wirelessly present PowerPoint®, Excel®, Word and PDF documents, as well as photos and screen shots, from your personal iOS® or Androidâ„¢ mobile device on the room display. Up to 32 users can connect at the same time in the same room and present content. Using Quad View, up to four presenters’ content can be displayed simultaneously.

The AirMedia console easily connects via wired LAN, so it leverages existing IT security policies. Even better, no software installation is required, making it ideal for small to mid-sized organizations and guest presenters.

Designed to work together seamlessly

AirMedia communicates with the control system in the DMPS to provide important data and advanced automation capabilities. When you walk in the room you’ll see the URL and access code to connect to AirMedia displayed on the Crestron touch screen. Simply connect your laptop or mobile device and then room settings automatically activate for the presentation: the display turns on, light dim, shades lower. On the back end, the system administrator can collect actionable usage information, such as which devices are offline, idle, or in use, and how many people are connected, for how long and how often.

DMPS/AirMedia Highlights

  • True 1080p/60 HDCP protected content
  • Wireless collaboration and presentation of documents and photos from mobile devices
  • Network managed and controlled – leverages existing IT security policies
  • Choose from different options based on system or room requirements

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