Replace many unsecured analog boards with a single secured digital Board
At Axis, many projects are handled at once. Prior to the digital transformation, the team utilized a room full of whiteboards and sticky notes. In addition to exhibiting unsecured information for all to see, the meeting room quickly ran out of space. FlatFrog Board enabled the team to replace many unsecured whiteboards with a single secured display. And, when you leave the room, confidential content leaves with you.
Remote users are engaged
Planning a store space is a complicated task that requires whiteboarding where print images are imported and then they are annotated and improved. Furthermore, it requires that headquarters coordinate with remote stores around the country. FlatFrog Board transformation provides the tool to effortlessly bring images and improve. With the FlatFrog Board, headquarter and remote stores are improving content together real-time.
Improved design iteration
The Volvo team has transformed the design process with FlatFrog’s InGlass™ display. Unlimited design ideas are captured digitally on the FlatFrog Board. From improving existing designs to creating and importing new designs, the interactive technology is helping Volvo iterate and improve on design concepts digitally.
City of Seattle
New users quickly get started
The city of Seattle is bringing a natural whiteboard experience to the modern board room. Visitors do not have time for training. They require an immediate tool that is intuitive and natural to use. The FlatFrog Board enables new users to capture their ideas naturally, just like they would on a dry-erase board, but on a digital display. Ideas are saved for later edits and they are shared electronically with others.
Major Fire Department in Sweden
Keeping projects current
FlatFrog Board is used in the staff room to plan and direct large-scale fire-drill operations. Each project is mapped and reviewed regularly. FlatFrog Board intuitive usability enables new users to interact with existing projects with little to no training. And updating the project details is done completely digitally
Better ad-hoc meetings
Atlas Workbase is an innovative co-working workspace. Atlas has adopted InGlass™ interactive displays in its open workspace. The interactive display combined with FlatFrog Board has proven to be a hit for ad-hoc meetings.
The Gow School
The touchscreen capabilities of the InGlass Dell displays are transformational. The interactive displays enable our instructors to write on a digital whiteboard as effortlessly as they can on an analog whiteboard. And digitizing the classroom allows our instructors to engage our students in a new way whether they are in the classroom or at home.
Power of Interactive Displays
We have upgraded our meeting room with an 86” InGlass display. The interactive displays have improved our meetings by taking analog content and making it digital. For example, we regularly bring in technical drawings and using the InGlass technology we can annotate and improve on the content. The technology is seamless to where no training is required for new users. Just pick up the pen and write
Our school district is modernizing 100s of classrooms with interactive display. The choice of display partner and interactive technology was crucial. We needed an interactive technology that would be as good or better than what teachers expect from a dry-wall board and we had skeptics. Our teachers just love the interactive InGlass technology, which we are rapidly adopting throughout, and we could not be happier.
"Camera, microphone and speakers with the whiteboarding. For us at UTG the InGlass touch and overall feel of the board was the big selling feature. We had tried many other interactive displays and the WCD from Avocor was unlike any other experience that we have had to date."