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COVID-19 Pandemic Reshaping the Digital Meeting Landscape

  • Online Date: 2020/03/18
  • Modify Date: 2020/03/18

According to public health experts, one of the best ways to prevent COVID-19 from spreading is to enforce social distancing or home quarantine. Keeping a safe distance is even more important now as evidence suggest carriers without any symptoms may be unwittingly infecting those who are too close to them.

As a result, there has been a significant rise in remote classes and meetings being conducted by schools and businesses. With more shutdowns expected to take place in the near future, virtual gatherings have become the next practical alternative.

The good news is that there are now more technologies and tools than ever to make virtual interactions not only possible but highly effective. Market data is reflecting strong demands for digital meetings, online interactive classrooms, global video conferencing, livestream presentations and broadcasting.

The following 2020 Taiwan Excellence award winners are among the world’s bestselling digital meeting and presentation solutions, offering excellence in quality, design and innovation:

Aver Mechanical Arm Wireless Interactive Visualizer

A latest smart classroom solution and a perfect visualizer that is extremely compact, with a fully adjustable camera and mechanical arm and easy wireless connectivity to tablets and laptops.

BXB Recording & Livestreaming CCU

A multi-purpose professional livestreaming product to record meeting, seminar, training, and product release and then livestream to mainstream platforms like Youtube and Facebook.

ASUS ZenBeam Portable LED Projector

A portable and light weight projector offering teachers and businesses to deliver an effective presentation with comprehensive set of connectivity.

***As of today, March 17, the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in more than 180,000 confirmed cases worldwide, distributed in 139 countries / regions. As of writing, a total of 77 confirmed cases were reported in Taiwan, with 1 deceased, 22 released from isolation, and the remainder hospitalized in stable condition.

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