Offering more flexibility, cost efficiency and full connectivity with the IP-based DICENTIS Conference System
Oct. 23, 2023 - The INTEGRUS Wireless Language Distribution System, which is widely found in parliaments and used for international congresses, is designed for multilingual meetings to enable attendees to understand speeches in their native language. The audio signals of simultaneous interpretations are transmitted to pocket receivers and headphones via radiators utilizing proven, tamper-free infrared technology. The new OMNEO transmitter expands the INTEGRUS Wireless Language Distribution System for multilingual meetings, offering great user experience, a comprehensive feature set and hassle-free operation.
All key features at a glance:
Thanks to the built-in OMNEO IP architecture, the OMNEO transmitter can seamlessly interconnect with IP-based DICENTIS Conference devices, allowing DICENTIS users to integrate INTEGRUS systems in an easy, time-saving and future-proof way. Being fully part of an IP workflow, it is possible to take advantage of Dante, AES67/70, state-of-the-art encryption, PoE and redundancy concepts. The OMNEO transmitter can process up to 32 digital audio channels, the language settings are automatically detected and transferred to the DICENTIS Conference System. All existing system components are fully compatible. The audio signals are transmitted to pocket receivers and headphones via radiators utilizing proven, tamper-free infrared technology. A cost-effective licensing model allows users to fit the number of required audio channels to the exact number of languages.
"We are often asked whether infrared technology is still the best performing and most reliable technology for language distribution, I can clearly confirm that. We and our customer base continue to rely on IR technology. This has several reasons. The infrared audio signals are distributed in superior audio quality with a studio-like signal-to-noise ratio of 80 dB. In addition, Wi-Fi signal jammers or lighting don’t harm the signals in any way, and, most importantly, privacy and confidentiality are always guaranteed, as infrared signals cannot pass through walls and ceilings." Lars van den Heuvel, Director Global Product Management