BiJie’s wireless presentation solution adopts the public cloud and private cloud deployment solutions of “BiJie Meeting Box” + “Cloud Management Platform” + “Service Customization”, and tailors the exclusive solution according to the actual situation of the enterprise meeting room. 

Meeting rooms, conference rooms, and huddle spaces are the most likely candidates for a wirelessly connected display. It’s an ideal solution for presentations and collaboration from individual devices, especially when multiple screens are shared at once. And since most meetings happen while everyone is in their seats, a large touchscreen display isn’t strictly necessary.

Training rooms can also use the combined connectivity and screen sharing of wireless presentation displays, especially with 2-way screen casting. Even if the trainee can’t see the main display, the trainer can share their screen with everyone with the click of a button. A larger training venue – or even a school – could even cast to multiple large simultaneously.

Small- and medium-sized classrooms are also good places for a front-of-classroom display like this. They work especially well where the lesson format is mostly lectures, especially in higher education, or as one of several classroom projector alternatives.

Commercial display in retail outlets and public spaces was one of the original functions of large-format displays like. Going wireless has the additional benefit of reducing the need for data cables and other problematic infrastructure. Keep displays up to date with nothing more than a power source.

Office communications is a more novel use for digital displays, but one that has a lot of merits. Having high-quality, dynamic displays around the office is a great way to improve internal communication and employee engagement. Learn more about improving communications with digital signage here.