Conference room display

A conference room display is placed outside of conference rooms. While the wireless device might be the same as what’s installed outside of meeting rooms, they vary in benefits.

Conference rooms are designed to host a large number of people. They’re where quarterly meetings, investor meetings, client meetings, company announcements, and other big events take place. These types of meetings are usually thoroughly planned, organized, and structured. Meetings hosts and organizers take care to make sure nothing goes wrong leading up to and during the meeting.

To smooth out the employee experience, many companies implement a wireless room display for each conference room. These screens show each conference room schedule so employees know when to clear out for the next meeting room booking. This setup all but eliminates room squatters and overrun meetings.

Another key difference between a regular meeting room and a conference room is that conference rooms need to look classy. These rooms are where clients, investors, or company executives are hosted from time to time. A paper schedule on the wall simply won’t do.

Many companies use LCD conference room displays: the displays with the cheapest upfront cost. However, these displays require a constant power supply and, therefore, wiring. The installation can be messy and unattractive. Many users have also noted how obtrusive LCD displays can be in the office. These wireless schedulers require a bright backlight to help counter glare on the LCD’s screen, adding distracting lighting to an already busy workspace.

On the other hand, e-paper displays are virtually wireless. Each Joan device is unbelievably power efficient and can run for months to a year on a single charge. Our displays can be installed on virtually any surface, keeping conference rooms looking sleek and organized. Joan 6 and Joan 6 Pro have touchscreen displays that not only show a room’s schedule but enable users to book a room on the spot. What’s more, e-paper screens are glare-free, making them clear and legible without a blaring backlight.