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Barco Braces for Hybrid Work Environments at InfoComm 2021

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As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with Barco. The AV manufacturer explains all the numerous products and updates being released in Orlando.

The latest announcement from Barco is their next generation of UniSee displays. UniSee 2.0 LCD screen allows for easier installation for integrators.

“We continue to see opportunity when it comes to LCD… we still believe in LCD and we continue to invest in our UniSee products so we are excited with what we have,” said Ying Khang, Vice President Field Marketing, Americas for Barco.

Barco has made numerous advancements with their LED products as well. The company showcased their line of LED tiles with their XT Series of displays.

Upgrades to their line of ClickShare products have also been announced, allowing users to utilize any video conferencing software with ease. Earlier, Barco introduced ClickShare Conference into the market. 

“Now you can start a meeting with remote attendees and people in the meeting room and everyone can collaborate together,” Khang said.

You can check out the full interview and more coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website. 

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