Master your meetings
TEOS Meeting display
Make meetings more efficient and empower employees with Meeting Display for TEOS. Instead of idle, blank meeting room screens, organisations can now customise them to show advanced information such as room agendas, sensor measurements, countdown notifications, screensavers and more.
Easily see meeting information
Displays pull the meeting room details from calendar systems so employees can be sure of agendas, timings, and topics.
Notification of remaining time
A notification can pop up over content being shared on the display to remind participants of how much time is left in their meeting.
Easy wireless mirroring
Details on how to use Connect for wireless mirroring from laptops directly to BRAVIA Professional Displays can be added to the display.
Data automatically filled from TEOS
First impressions count. Important information from your initial booking such as agendas and meeting objectives will automatically appear on your screens, helping you to make a professional statement the minute your guests walk into the room.
Data from room sensors can be shown on the display to keep employees aware of the environment they are in. For instance the CO2 level or temperature.
With a range of beautifully designed templates, and the ability to create your own, you can be on brand at all times.
TEOS Room control
Employees can take control of connected devices in their meeting rooms from an in-room touch interactive tablet. Simple to set up with no programming required.
Control your room with a tablet
TEOS room control makes life so much easier. By connecting your devices to the tablet, you are able to manage all the AV equipment in the room at the touch of a button.
Control AV devices, light, heat & more
We've taken our solution one step further, and given you the ability to manage the temperature and lighting too. You now have the ability to create the perfect environment for focus and creativity.
Define conditions and actions within TEOS. Power on devices when a meeting is started, or cancelling meetings and powering them off again when no presence is detected within the room