Crestron AirMedia Deployment Guide

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Wireless BYOD Crestron AirMedia Deployment Guide. Includes Cresron AM-100 bandwidth review, mobile applications, PC, Mac, iOS and Android support, IP addressing, room naming and more.

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Crestron AirMedia Deployment Guide

  1. 1. WIRELESS BYOD DEPLOYMENT GUIDE WWW.CRESTRONAIRMEDIA.COM A brief AirMedia Deployment Guide
  2. 2. Introduction The AirMedia is a Wireless Presentation Gateway that can connect any PC, Mac, iOS or Android device. The AirMedia can connect to any Projector or HDMI display directly or over your network.
  3. 3. Wireless is Here!  Using your existing secure 10/100 or Gigabit Network  Simple, plug and play set up!  Access from any Browser
  4. 4. User Experience (Left) Your initial AirMedia Welcome Screen displays the IP Address and Access Code for each room. (Right)The PC or Mac download screen accessed over any browser
  5. 5. Device Configuration Each device can be named, configured, setup with a Logo and custom instruction set.
  6. 6. Room Lists (Enterprise Application) A stand alone application is available which can be deployed to users’ computers across the enterprise
  7. 7. AirMedia iPhone, iPad, & Android Apps Mobile Apps
  8. 8. App Store Simply download the Crestron “AirMedia” app from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
  9. 9. AirMedia’s bandwidth requirements are low for most applications. Bandwidth Case Studies
  10. 10. Bandwidth Important: If a user is showing a video or other applications with motion, the bandwidth required could be as much as 35 megabits ! Most Bandwidth requirements are around 1 MBs  Best Performance will occur in the same subnet as the user, but is not required.  Video Performance was tested in a 702x422 at
  11. 11. Device Upgrades Future Development  Support of room lists and .present files is planned and will be release through a free update.
  12. 12. Supported OS Operating System:  Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP  Mac Versions Supported: 10.5 – 10.8  iOS
  13. 13. Connections HDMI VGA USB WIFI
  14. 14. Users Supports up to 32 users(presentation device connections) Quad View Allows simultaneous display of up to four presentation sourcesin a quad window Remote View Allows up to 40 remote usersto connect via a Web browserto view and save presentation Display Control Controls the display device overIP as part ofthe presentation [2] Control System Integration Allows communication overIP with a
  15. 15. Allows simultaneous display of up to four presentation sources in a quad window
  16. 16. Allows up to 40 remote users to connect via a Web browser to view and save presentation
  17. 17. Call toll free: (800) 486-5276
  18. 18. Haverford Systems Inc Learn More at our Website www.haverford.com

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