The only contactless wireless display and conferencing solutions you need.
ScreenBeam award-winning solutions transform meeting spaces and classrooms with the only fully app-free and contactless wireless presentation solution that easily integrates into any meeting space or UC system.
What sets ScreenBeam apart from the rest.
Native wireless connections provide a seamless wireless projection experience across Windows, Android, iOS, macOS and Chromebook devices.
100% app-free and eliminates all contact points including dongles, buttons, remote controls and switches. Creates a standards-based wireless connection from any user device.
Multi-network architecturewith three physical network interfaces to connect both employee and guest devices without compromising security.
Integrate ScreenBeam into a UC systemand merge both technologies into a single, collaborative experience of wireless display and UC conferencing.
Centrally monitor and manage receivers with multi-user and role-based access capability included in every receiver.
Three levels of security include network certificate-based security requirements are met, AES128 encryption to keep content safe, and customizable PIN pairing options.
Download Whitepaper: Wireless Collaboration in Enterprise Environments
The reality is that facilitating wireless collaboration in enterprise settings is not without deployment challenges. Our new whitepaper, Wireless Collaboration in Enterprise Environments, will show you how to effectively mitigate common challenges and successfully enable wireless presentation and collaboration across your enterprise.
Watch Webcast: Implement Contactless Technologies in Your Meeting Spaces for Safe Employee Collaboration
Learn how ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless presentation can help facilities and AV/IT teams create safe employee group collaboration, implement contactless technologies in meeting spaces and find ways to communicate company safety policies.
Learn How to Enhance UC Experiences with ScreenBeam Wireless Display
Integrate ScreenBeam into a UC system, such as Microsoft Teams Room or Zoom Room appliances, and merge both technologies into a single collaborative experience. In-room participants gain the mobile and collaborative nature of wireless display, and their remote counterparts can view shared content and video feeds.