The new 10-inch Android tablet design is fully customized for hospitality and targets expanded capabilities and improved ease of use.
Guests can make voice requests to turn the TV on and off, open the TV guide or turn the volume up or down, among other features.
Volara-powered devices allow guests to listen to their favorite playlists from Pandora, Spotify and Amazon Prime via in-room Amazon Echo devices.
This high-tech furniture puts a 360-degree surround sound system into a coffee table.
At the HOTEC Design conference, four industry leaders discussed how audiovisual technology is changing the way hotels are designed and operated.
The virtual assistant and voice-activated technology product now supports voice- and touch-based language processing in multiple languages.
The flexible product operates on and supports multiple in-room hardware options, including Google Chromecast, set-top-boxes and smart TVs.
Hotel Management is presenting the first-ever hotel track at Avixa’s InfoComm 2019 conference taking place this week in Orlando.
Volara’s voice-based conversation-management software will connect Moda by voice command to relevant property technologies.
The Ambassador Hotel implemented advanced guest Wi-Fi and BeyondTV equipped with state-of-the-art voice-control and virtual-assistant abilities.