Crestron integrates systems and technologies that typically operate in silos, so they work together as a single system. Crestron Fusion monitoring and scheduling software adds a layer of intelligence to turn an organization into a high-performance enterprise. It’s easier than ever to get all the powerful tools clients really want, including network room scheduling, remote help desk, global device monitoring, and data collection and reporting.
Up to 250 rooms per license
3-year service, support, and updates
Crestron Fusion network room scheduling integrates with popular calendaring programs you’re already using to improve workflow and room usage.
Connects to Microsoft Exchange®, Office 365, Google® Calendar™, IBM® Notes®, CollegeNet® R25® to 25Live®, and more
Book rooms from scheduling panels outside the room for ad hoc meetings
Clearly see room availability on scheduling panels or room signs from down the hall
Display room calendar on Crestron in-room touch screens and even on the room display
Rooms are automatically returned to inventory in event of a “no-show”
Help Desk and Support
AV and IT staff get alerts to remotely resolve events quickly to maximize uptime.
Meeting attendees can contact support staff from the touch screen in the room
Support staff can resolve issues during a meeting by remotely taking control of devices in the room
Store and organize all technical documentation by room for quick reference
Global Device Monitoring
Real-time alerts allow support staff to proactively manage events, so rooms are fully functional and ready for the next meeting
Get instant status notifications for any device in any room on the network, then quickly dispatch local support staff to resolve the event
Receive reminders to perform routine maintenance
Data and Reporting
Collecting data and generating reports helps organizations optimize investments in people, spaces, and technology
Room usage - how often is the room booked, when is the room used, how long is it used, who is using it
Room occupancy - was the room occupied when booked, how many people use the room per meeting
Device usage - how often is the AV or VTC system used, which sources are used, how often is the display used (if there’s more than one, are both used)