(From InfoComm 2005)

Though it did not formally announce its latest technology until after InfoComm had ended, Dukane Corp. previewed a new software application called the ConVA Media Control System. This Windows-based program unites the various multimedia devices found in classrooms and meeting rooms, giving school leaders the ability to monitor and control these devices remotely from a single workstation, Dukane says.

ConVA is a non-proprietary product that, once configured, reportedly controls almost any type of AV equipment with a unified, "activity-based" approach. (To control a DVD player, for example, users would choose "Watch the DVD" from the software's menu.) Built on...

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