Jabra has confirmed its new PanaCast 50 video bar has been certified for Microsoft Teams and Zoom Rooms. The product was unveiled last month and is now shipping.
The company collaborated with Intel to provide a computer vision solution to help facilitate more engaging and productive meetings. The PanaCast 50 was developed through a collaboration with Intel and combines immersive video and audio technologies with artificial intelligence to reinvent meetings and collaboration.
The device features three 13-megapixel cameras create an immersive 180° field of view that covers the whole room, with real-time video stitching technology putting the video streams together in real time with ultra-low latency.
The PanaCast 50 also features eight beamforming microphones with precision voice detection and disruptive noise removal. Four Jabra-engineered speakers – two 50mm woofers and two 20mm tweeters – fill the room with high-definition audio.
Aurangzeb Khan, senior vice president of intelligent vision systems at Jabra, said, “We are so excited to announce that the PanaCast 50 is now available for shipping. Without our partnership with Intel, we would not have been able to make our vision of an effortless collaboration experience become a reality. Their outstanding edge AI technology has enabled us to deliver the first video bar of its kind, and we hope that the intelligent features we have created together will make meetings in the hybrid world of work as inclusive and collaborative as possible.”
The Jabra PanaCast 50 is available now in black and grey, with a suggested retail price of £945.