Valarea v3.0 (Jan 15, 2021)
A smart daemon now monitors the hardware and software core components (Camera, Mic, Speaker volume level, Mic level, Network, Wireless Display Service). In case of issues, the system tries to apply an auto-fix. If the issue persists, the User Interface will show an informational message so that users are informed and may ask for IT support. A log file is automatically generated for further troubleshooting.
Graph API is the replacement for Exchange Web Services Graph API is Microsoft's new interface for accessing office 365 Calendars, Mail, Profiles and other enterprise information. Graph API also uses the Microsoft Modern Authentication which enables application access without requiring to store user IDs or passwords. This will allow your administrator's to grant access to Valarea Room, rather than Valarea Room storing user IDs and passwords.
The Valarea mobile app now detects your meeting room displays automatically. This makes it easier for users to wirelessly sign-in and out of their Microsoft Office 365 accounts. Start personal video calls and access personal Cloud drives content in seconds. Wirelessly connect your smartphone or tablet to the screen, launch the call and... that's it! No need to touch the room screen, tap on a tabletop console or even leave your seat. Use the Trackpad to control Valarea Room remotely.
Bug fixing, optimized protocol and enhanced security enabled for connected whiteboard communication.
Customize the Valarea Room UI with your own brand identity
Smooth AV experience with new HW enabled codec VP9 for the built-in WebRTC
If you are installing Valarea Room on many PCs, you can use the silent install feature to push a settings file to each Valarea Room computer so that no setup wizard is displayed. To use this feature, it is expected that you are a network administrator with the capabilities to edit files, write deployment scripts and use deployment tools for central program distribution.