Based on IoT solution, IQ leads you now to explore latest IQSchool Audio and Video (AV) Broadcast, an extended solution to meet various multimedia control & management demands of schools.
Through a LAN network, IQSchool IoT connects all digital terminals in a classroom by a control platform at the administrative site, such as IQ Converged System and Power& A/C Control. IQ Converged system helps centralized management of various audio&video devices, while Power & A/C Control would effecitvely reduce energy consumption on campus.
IQSchool Audio and Video (AV) Broadcast
With TCP/IP protocal, IQSchool AV Broadcast system controls and connects school video devices and radio network as one, delivering AV information fast and intelligently. In particular, real-time audio and video broadcasting brings more interaction among classrooms and help reduce workloads of administrative staffs .
IQSchool Converged System
IQ 2.4G Wireless Mic
IQSchool Converged Server
Set up timetable of broadcasting, easily and efficiently for control and management
Set up time and location to play audo and video in school
Play audio and video by priority
Select the desired device to play audio and video
Broadcast by time and place. Support HD (1920*1080p)
Real-time live and transfer broadcast
Group the cable TV signal in campus by time.Live broadcast to each classroom and auto activate the projector and TV.
Broadcast on Demand
Select the video resources on local network or internet and transfer to each classroom. (support http select play protocol)
Video upload and storage
Quick uploading and support AVI/MOV/MP4/TS formats
According to school timetable, system will ring school bell automatically in 24 hours.
Through radio network control, system will play background music, broadcast notice in time and relay news of radio station, building finer campus culture.
Play music by classes and subjects
Set broadcast plan and play selected audio to meet specific demands of teachers, making teaching efficient and smart.
Play listening exam in group
Play listening materials in single or multiple classes at the same time.