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AVNation’s Brian Heidgerken is in Las Vegas for InfoComm 2022. Here, he’s joined by Aurangzeb Khan, Senior Vice President and Inventor at Jabra. Aurangzeb is excited to be a part of another busy day on the show floor with industry leaders and consumers alike.
Jabra has a couple of new products debuting. One of them is the Engage 55 Headset, an industry-first product, as well as an ongoing collaboration with Microsoft and Zoom that they’re showing off on the floor today.
Jabra believes in the paradigm of hybrid work. A lot of knowledge workers can get the job done anywhere, so the key is having the technology that empowers consumers to shine. Aurangzeb’s team is passionate about creating products for high-quality audio and video experience that makes a good impression on those that consumers are collaborating with.
Last year, Jabra did a survey on workers in the industry, and they found that there was a demand for products that increase and promote concentration. The nature of meeting rooms is changing, so Jabra is putting its efforts into creating tools that allow collaborators to work clearly and efficiently from anywhere. One way that their moving closer and closer to meeting equality is through intelligent cameras—they pioneered the idea of giving workers in larger meeting rooms added pixel real estate using virtual dedicated cameras for the last four active participants. While everyone will still have that unique, 180-degree panoramic view, this keeps the most active users front-and-center, and everyone engaged.
More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the different companies and integrators on the show floor here.