Although primarily a projector manufacturer, InFocus is also renowned for creating innovative collaboration solutions that are aimed at encouraging the development of modern-day teamwork techniques within conference rooms, classrooms and large venues.
Combining technology obtained as a result of its recent Jupiter Systems and Avistar acquisitions, InFocus has revealed it will display new collaboration solutions focused at office and board room environments. These new integrated solutions have been designed with high-end capabilities including 4K resolution, customisable brand- developed videoconferencing solutions, as well as industry-leading capacitive touch technology.
According to Mark Housley, InFocus CEO, the company has "raised the bar" with its new range of touchscreen technology and videoconferencing solutions, providing collaboration systems that can meet the requirements of any corporate or board room environment.
"We are very proud of what we have accomplished in a very short time," he added. "From mobile apps to desktop videophones and laptop applications, to touchscreen solutions for huddle rooms, to enormous video walls and the cloud-based services that connect them, all at aggressive price points."
New products set to be displayed at ISE 2016 include the InFocus Canvas Touch display, which has been described by the firm as an all-in-one endpoint touch display solution that combines InFocus capacitive touch 4K display technology with Jupiter Canvas CRS-4K collaboration system. This combination allows users to collaborate with remote colleagues running the same technology on any mobile or static device.
InFocus is also set to introduce InFocus ConX, which will work with other InFocus devices to offer users a customisable combination of products and software to allow businesses and schools to connect to anyone or anything at any time, offering more ease of flexibility "than has ever before been possible".