Video Conferencing

What is video conferencing?
Video conferencing allows two or more people in different locations to see and talk to each other at the same time. It also allows the sharing of documents and pictures of objects in real time. It also provides for one location to share information with a large number of other sites simultaneously. 

Who can use video conferencing?

  • Patients and doctors – medical support and advice can be given by a doctor to a patient in a different country
  • Students, teachers and lectures – classes, lectures and exams can be attended online
  • Community and representative groups – collaborative events, meetings and talks between groups can be held without having to travel any further than to the office where the video conferning; reducing travel time and expense
  • Public sector and state agencies – meetings and conferences can be attended by people and groups in various locations
  • Court Services –  witnesses & defendants can give evidence

What are the benefits of video conferencing?

  • Saves time and money spent traveling e.g. you can attend a meeting in another country without having to leave your own location
  • Maximize expertise by making the right resources available in the right location
  • Entire groups can take part in video conferencing in many locations
  • Build trust, understanding, and relationships across distances and cultures
  • Meetings no longer depend on weather conditions, transport, etc.
  • People and groups can see each other in a video conference, providing a vast improvement on simple phone calls
  • Build trust, understanding and relationships across distances and cultures
  • Protects the environment by reducing the carbon footprint associated with unnecessary travel
  • Improve quality of life and morale by gaining leisure time

We use various video conferencing solutions – Polycom, ClearOne, Logitech, Bluejeans and more.

Video Conferencing for Court Services – for further information please email info@ava.ie

       

 

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