AV control system for meeting rooms and learning spaces in a beautiful, minimalistic design. Intuitive graphical interface that is a clear starting point for users. Flexible system that can be adapted to future equipment requirements.
Simple & User-Friendly interface
Consistent user experience in all rooms
Flexible & Future-proof solution
Designed for prominent wall-mounting
Simple & user-friendly interface for a consistent user experience
A keypad controller such as the Neets Control – UniForm gathers all the necessary control functions into one interface. This eliminates the need for multiple remote controls to operate individual pieces of AV equipment and simplifies the interaction between the user and the room equipment. Furthermore, removing remote controls from rooms also eliminates the hassles caused by lost/missing remotes.
A Neets Control – UniForm installation in several rooms provides a familiar and consistent experience for the user; every time they enter a room, they will know precisely what to do. The on/off button interaction and highly legible GUI helps users instantly understand how to operate the keypad, making IT onboarding a breeze and reducing IT support to a minimum.
Flexible & Future-proof solution thanks to its unique design
Neets Control - UniForm, like every other control system from Neets, can be used to control more than 4000 devices from over a hundred brands, thanks to the extensive and evergrowing device driver library in Neets Project Designer. This keypad's modern design has improved Neets' control system flexibility even more.
The keypad can be configured after installation, as the USB port used to upload project files is located at the bottom. This means that any changes to the AV equipment setup can be implemented quickly and easily, without taking the keypad apart, a design feature that makes the UniForm stand out.
"It makes our job significantly easier. The E-ink display offers flexibility, as we don’t have to make the physical labels. Everything is done directly from the computer and is then uploaded to the UniForm using the external USB port, so if we want to make changes in the future, we don't have to take it apart.”
- Lars Palmkvist, IT manager at the University of Copenhagen