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Technologies that can be included in conference room AV systems

Technology is a foundational tool in conference rooms. It allows presenters to share important updates, teams to collaborate across locations, and partnerships to flourish.

Conference Rooms are the nervous system in a business environment. They offer a private, productive space for teams to plan initiatives, collaborate and update stakeholders.

Meeting room audio video systems vary from large conference rooms to small huddle spaces.  These spaces can feature video conferencing, audio conferencing, or simple plug and play screen sharing.

The desired experience, and how the solution supports a company’s workflow, will impact the equipment and technologies featured in the space. Conference rooms may feature dual-screens with ceiling-mounted microphones and touch panel user interface, while a huddle room may include an interactive display.

Our projects range from a single conference room refresh to enterprise wide standardization for meeting room design and integration.

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Depending on the size of your conference room you may require a single, double, or even triple display to provide the desired experience for you end-users. The size of the display will depend on the size of your room, the distance between the display and the farthest viewer, and the type of content that will be presented.


While a single display may be perfect for a huddle room, many conference rooms are opting for multiple displays- and for good reason. With a single display, people in the conference room have to choose whether they see the shared content or the other people in the call. As video conferencing is adopted more widely in the workspace, users don’t want to have to choose between content and colleagues. They want to see the important information and people simultaneously.

Direct View LED displays are becoming more common in meeting spaces. We have an increasing number of clients choose Direct View LED displays for their boardrooms. Direct View LED displays can scale almost indefinitely, having no problem meeting the size requirements of a boardroom. A big selling point is their lack of bezels. That means executives no longer have to see bezel lines in the middle of a document. The Direct View LED not only creates a top-of-the-line experience for video calls, it also offers a seamless viewing experience for presentations.


Quality audio technologies and proper audio placement is critical for the video conferencing experience.

Microphones made for conferencing environments typically feature echo-canceling to avoid audio loops and other issues. Speaker technology has also advanced, featuring functionality like auto-gaining. Speakers intelligently adjust the volume so all participants can be heard at a similar level instead of one person’s voice being too loud and another being too soft.

Mics and speakers can live in the same unit, like a Polycom Trio or Crestron Mercury, in small spaces.
In most larger rooms, they’ll be separate pieces of hardware. Common technologies include overhead beam arrays, hanging pendant mics, gooseneck mics, or puck-style mics. Large conference rooms also feature Digital Signal Processors (DSP) which takes all the microphone feeds and routs them to the far-end participants.

Our team is knowledgeable in the complexities of audio and hold various certifications including:


  • Level 1
  • Level 2
  • Level 3


  • Tesira Forte
  • Audia
  • Vocia


  • Integrated Systems Level 1
  • Integrated Systems Level 2
  • Microflex Wireless
  • Microflex Advanced


Cameras are getting smarter. New solutions feature speaker tracking and auto-zoom. Speaker tracking cameras find the active speaker and zoom in on that individual. Auto-zoom functionality ‘right sizes’ the level of zoom based on the number of people in the room. If a twelve person conference room is being used by four, the camera will intelligently zoom in on the four participants.The right camera for your video conferencing system will depend on the room size and desired functionality.

System Control

The control panel controls the room. It lets you start a video conference at the push of a button, adjust the volume, and share your screen. It may also provide the ability to adjust lights or mute participants. Control systems can also interact with room schedulers, occupancy sensors, and more.  With the right programmer, the control panel can take your meeting to new levels.

Our team members have certifications including: 


  • Certified Programmer, Master Advanced
  • DMC-E
  • DMC-D & DMC-D-4K
  • DMC-I
  • Various CTI & RL certs


  • Control Professional
  • AV Associate
  • Control System, AV Streaming, GUI, Digital, Videowall System, AV System Design


  • Level 2 Programmer

How We Can Help

Neurilink relies on our hand-selected mix of suppliers to bring the most advanced, reliable solutions to our customers. Our team takes complicated, multi-vendor systems and transforms them into intuitive, stable platforms for our clients.

We take care of your audio visual needs from start to finish. The entire system design and install is completed by a knowledgeable, experienced team.

Custom Design

Our team designs an AV solution tailored to your unique needs, space and priorities.

Professional Install

Trained AV technicians will deploy your solution and ensure everything is functioning correctly.

Ongoing Support

Our success is built on long-term relationships. Our dedicated support team is here to help.

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