Near-field communication (NFC) enables two electronic devices (one of which is usually a portable device such as a smartphone) to establish communication by bringing them within close proximity of one another. Bosch is revolutionizing the conference industry with the DICENTIS Discussion Device, which is a tabletop microphone that has an Integrated Near-Field Communication (NFC) Card Reader. Using a personalized registration card, delegates can simply place their card in the vicinity of the DICENTIS system, which is then automatically loaded with the details specified on the personalised card.
Each person’s NFC card is personalized and linked to their DICENTIS Discussion Device, allowing participants to identify one another on the screen of their own device.
The touchscreen guides participants and increases meeting efficiency by enabling delegates to see who is speaking and who is in the request queue.
Each NFC card also includes company names, allowing delegates to identify where others are from.
The DICENTIS Discussion Device has a “Secret Voting” option. In this setting, the voting LEDs will be rendered invisible as soon as the delegate has cast their vote. This helps to ensure that participants cannot be influenced by the vote of a neighboring delegate.
Using headphones, delegates are able to listen to the proceedings in their own language. They simply sign in with their NFC card and then select their own language channel, which consists of 60 language options. When the preferred language is changed, the entire interface automatically changes to the selected language as well.
Lastly, with its 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen, two participants can use one DICENTIS Discussion device, which offers discussion management, identification, voting and language selection to both individuals.
The DICENTIS Discussion Device is ideal for small-sized meetings all the way through to worldwide conferences as it supports video, social media, remote interaction and expandability. If you’re looking for a quote, contact us today.