Conferencing Zone Week in Review: Phoenix Audio Technologies, Staub Electronics & More
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in the Conferencing Zone this week.
The week started off with a look at how doctors in India are using video conferencing to make their schedules a little easier to manage. Doctors spend a lot of time going back and forth between the hospital and evidence hearings in assault cases. However, while doctors are taking the time to drive to and from these hearings, patients are missing out on care. Some patients end up having to wait days before they can be seen for their problem. Video conferencing is about to change all of that, though. Find out how HERE.
We also looked at how video conferencing is being used in prisons this week. The Dartmouth House of Correction in Massachusetts is limiting visitation rights to video conference. Too many friends and family members have been able to slip inmates weapons or drugs, so now all visits will have to happen via video conferencing. Find out how the prison plans to make this happen HERE.
Next up, we discussed how video conferencing is being used to help nurses study for exams. The HESI Learning Center/Nurses Learning Center is now allowing all incoming students to register for video conferences with professors. All they have to do is request a time to meet, and whichever professor is on duty at that time can put together a one-on-one session with the student. Everything you need to know is HERE.
Finally, the week rounded out with the news that Phoenix Audio Technologies has partnered with Staub Electronics. Under this new partnership, Staub will be able to offer the full line of Phoenix Audio products, including the Condor Microphone Array, Spider series of speakerphones, and the forthcoming Stingray Smart Mixer. The full details are HERE.
That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the Conferencing space.