An intelligent video room (IVR) goes beyond traditional video conferencing offerings that were dependent on manual input. These offerings can accept voice input, move calls between devices (such as mobile phones), and auto-sense when people are in a room and when they move.
The intelligence of these video rooms means that more of the mundane tasks related to meeting set-up can be automated. More importantly, auto-sensing of people in the room means that IVRs can automatically zoom in on users who are speaking to help bring the meeting to life. We expect that there will be more innovation in this area over the next five years.
With technologies constantly evolving and emerging, this report discusses the macro trends impacting the evolution of work, including the increased use of video and new video-enabled use cases (VEBAs) coming to the market, such as in healthcare.
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