Valarea v3.8 (Feb 22, 2022)

Valarea Room

Proximity Sign-in (scanning the Room QR code) now available via Internet

Proximity Sign-in now supports “Via Internet” mode by default. No firewall, ports or specific network settings are required. The "Via LAN" mode is still available.
The "Via Internet" option requires BLE to be enabled on both devices. The “Via LAN” option requires both devices to be connected to the same network and the network to be properly configured (see Network Requirements)". In both cases, Valarea Wireless Touch Controller iPads / tablets will still connect to the Room via LAN only.

Automatic display recognition

The configuration and layout of multiple displays have been improved and now set up automatically

New calendar meetings display settings

Calendar meetings can now be set to hide / show the meeting title, hide / show the meeting host or show booking time only

Video conferencing improvements with Valarea App

During a video conference session in which Valarea App is connected to Valarea Room, in the event that the mobile device should lose the BLE signal, the personal cloud drives will be disconnected from the Room for security reasons, but the video conference will remain active to avoid unwanted interruptions. To close the videoconference it will be sufficient to act via the room display or the touch console.

Bug fixes and improvements

  • Fixed a bug where the Join button of a meeting was hidden in some cases
  • Fixed a bug where Wireless Screen Sharing via Miracast in direct Wi-Fi. In some cases, the Room name was missing from the list of discoverable devices
  • An important performance improvement of Valarea Room has been made. The impact on the CPU, GPU and RAM dropped by between 30 to 50%.