Need high quality, personal, engaging experience between two or more locations? Consider video conferencing to bridge your communication gap, by enabling point-to-point or multi-point collaboration among individuals or groups. Live Media supplies video conferencing services to clients who require a more fulsome and collaborative experience, enabling two or more parties in different locations to see and hear each other, as well as share content on screen. Live Media video conferencing sessions are well-suited to meetings where in-depth collaboration is required by participants in more than one location. We provide state-of-the-art hardware and knowledgeable technicians onsite, including setup and testing one day prior to the event, in order to ensure the success of your event.
Video Conference Technology
Video conferencing equipment can be found in countless boardrooms today. System solutions range from compact, single-camera units in compact meeting spaces, to robust in sound-proofed rooms consisting of several cameras, microphones, speakers and large screens. As can be expected, the costs associated with hardware installations rises in proportion to the size and scope of the equipment on hand. This can be a challenge for companies who have a limited budget, or perhaps only an occasional need for this technology. Live Media videoconferencing services offer a portable video conferencing solution to clients. We provide the equipment and the operator onsite at the client location, or can provide a studio environment in which to hold the video conference.
The Video Conferencing Experience
Video conferencing is an engaging, media rich experience. While similar to video-based communication offerings found on laptops and mobile devices, it is important to note that such technologies lack the robust connectivity and quality for mainstream business use. Dedicated, industrial videoconferencing equipment provides users with the ability to communicate with high quality video and audio, and can present documents on screen using the advanced equipment. For point-to-point video conferencing, the hardware in each location is connected directly via telephone network or Internet connectivity. For multi-point video conferencing, a bridging service is also required, which links the multiple units together in the same video conference.
The Benefits of Video Conferencing
Video conferencing offers users a media rich communication experience, comprised of high quality video, audio and document-sharing capabilities. Video conferencing enables multiple parties to communicate and collaborate with each other in real time, providing a fulsome meeting environment. There are several benefits to video conferencing – to name a few:
- cost savings associated with the avoidance of travel (time, accommodation, etc.);
- the ability to schedule and hold meetings in a more efficient and timely manner as compared to physically travelling to and meeting at a given location;
- the ability to include participants who are unable to travel to a meeting; and
- the reduction of carbon emissions associated with travel.
Example: Live Media video conference from Toronto to South Africa for Weiss International.
“After successfully delivering several webcasts for me, Live Media recently met my request for a point-to-point video conference from Toronto to a client in South Africa. It was a complete success.”
– Dr. David Weiss, President & CEO, Weiss International Ltd.