Featured Article from Conferencing

Revolabs to Demo Connected Justice Solution

August 22, 2017

Video seems to be everywhere these days. And that includes the courtroom, where videoconferencing can allow for face-to-face interactions without the cost and time involved with travel.

That’s why Revolabs Inc. next month is participating in the Connected Justice consortium at the Courtroom Technology Conference. The consortium is an AV partner ecosystem and marketplace, and its members are coming together at the Sept. 12-14 event at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City.

"Working with other leading technology partners to build a communications network and platform designed to remove common proceeding barriers will help increase the pace at which cases are processed, grant more access to services not readily available when needed, and control costs," said Mick Kamihara, CEO of Revolabs, a Yamaha subsidiary. "At CTC 2017, attendees will see first-hand how Executive Elite easily fits in with other solutions and enables the clearest audio needed for successful courtroom interactions."

Executive Elite is a wireless microphone Revolabs designed for video- and audio-conferencing. It’s a rack-mount system that’s available in 2-, 4-, or 8-channel versions and can be used with any combination of Revolabs' tabletop, wearable, and gooseneck microphones or with handheld, ear set, lavalier, and other styles of microphones using adapters. It features AES-256 encryption and automatic rekeying to safeguard confidential communication, and it offers ease of integration with other solutions.

Microphones are just one product category in which Revolabs offers solutions. The company also sells conference phones, videoconferencing systems, and an array of accessories. Yamaha, which is ranked as the second top global provider of tabletop audio conferencing solutions, in the last four years has tripled its revenue share. And the company brings to the table 48 years of experience in professional audio systems.

“Over the years, Yamaha Corp. successfully expanded its portfolio of audio conferencing endpoints to become a true one-stop-shop of tabletop audio conferencing devices,” said Alaa Saayed, ICT principal analyst for connected work digital transformation at Frost & Sullivan.

Edited by Maurice Nagle