Vaddio ClearVIEW HD-USB Camera Gets Certified for VidyoRoom Group Conferencing Solutions

Deliver 1080p video and Control Pan, Tilt and Zoom with Vidyo Room-Based Devices

Vaddio, the global leader in robotic PTZ cameras and camera control systems, announces the joint certification of the ClearVIEW HD-USB PTZ camera for VidyoRoom group conferencing solutions.


"We are committed to assuring that all of Vaddio's professional audio and video USB products are compatible with all of the premiere market-leading UC vendors like Vidyo," explained Vaddio CEO, Rob Sheeley. "We will be announcing additional certifications in the near future."

"Vidyo has certified the Vaddio ClearVIEW HD-USB camera with the 2.2.2 version of its VidyoRoom portfolio of group video conferencing solutions," explained Sr. Director of Product Marketing for Vidyo, Mark Noble. "In addition to delivering up to high definition 1080p video, the Vaddio ClearVIEW HD-USB supports Vidyo's control solutions, including far-end participant control of the pan, tilt and zoom capabilities of the camera from VidyoMobile, VidyoDesktop, and other room-based devices. This capability is critical for applications like tele-medicine, research and manufacturing where remote specialists need to have control of the in-room 'eyes' for efficient diagnosis and analysis."

For more information on the ClearVIEW HD-USB Camera and VidyoRoom compatibility please visit the Vaddio website at www.vaddio.com.

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