Creating Safe Meeting Spaces in the Age of Social Distancing
Personal space has taken on a new meaning since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, and proper social distancing has been recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and many other experts to control the spread of the virus.
But how can businesses follow these best practices in conference spaces as they transition back to working in the office?
As shelter-in-place requirements begin to loosen, companies worldwide are considering how to transition back to the workplace safely. One of the most serious considerations will be how to make changes to conference rooms and meeting spaces for safe employee group collaboration.
Learn how ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless presentation can help facilities and AV/IT teams create safe employee group collaboration, implement contactless technologies in meeting spaces and find ways to communicate company safety policies.
- Eliminate contact points in meeting spaces with ScreenBeam 1100 Plus. The only app-free cross-platform 4K wireless presentation system that eliminates contact with cables, adapters, remote controls and switches.
- Utilize displays in meeting spaces and large common areas to transmit employee and guest communications with integrated HTML-based digital signage functionality.
- Utilize displays positioned in workspace areas for contactless “stand-up” meetings.
Touchpoints and Confined Spaces
Consider all the technology in most meeting spaces—dongles, cables, switches, etc. The best way to reduce these is by using wireless connections, which also means people don’t need to cluster. App-free wireless presentations allows presenters to connect directly from their own PC without having to touch a physical connector.
Can You Collaborate Six Feet Apart?
Stand up meetings have several benefits—attendees will likely be more concise, leading to more meaningful meetings in less time. There are also associated health benefits from standing versus sitting. These types of gatherings will likely work better in larger spaces rather than a designated conference room. You can repurpose areas that are open and use a wall-mounted screen and wireless display to show visuals and agendas and keep discussions focused.