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Church House Westminster has installed leading-brand Logitech meeting room systems in its small rooms to facilitate collaborative hybrid working and accessibility for hybrid audiences.

The system combines the power of Barco’s wireless ClickShare conferencing systems and Logitech Rally Bar camera and speaker, and guarantees to seamlessly connect teams with pre-configured platform-agnostic wireless video-conferencing systems in its meeting rooms.

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The configuration minimises visible cabling with its wireless connection to the user’s PC and saves space with the all-in-one Logitech Rally Bar speaker and camera. With the assistance of a tiny dongle, a laptop can be turned into the meeting room command center in less than 7 seconds.


  • Triple agnostic: works with any device, UC technology, and any brand of audio-visual peripheral
  • Enhanced security
  • Connected and cloud-managed
  • Delivered with one Conferencing Button
  • Collaborate with Conferencing Button or via the Collaboration App

Logitech Rally Bar camera and speakers for the meeting room

  • All-in-One conference camera with an extra-wide field of view and integrated audio allowing participants to see everyone, even those close to the camera.
  • RightLight™ and RightSound™ technologies for clear video and front-of-room audio
  • Compact design minimizes cabling and clutter

Most importantly, the purpose of the audio-visual solution is to offer a simple, flexible and effective user experience that promotes remote collaboration with its integrated solutions across both physical and digital environments.

Bradley Hill, Head of Production for Church House Westminster, comments: “Hybrid meetings can only be successful if in-person and online audiences are able to collaborate effectively with each other. This solution ensures that online participants feel included, seen and valued, and ultimately able to contribute 100%.”.

Jake McCormick, Unified Communications Specialist at Project Audio Visual, notes: “The right technology should be seamless across devices. Cutting-edge capabilities like the ones we have installed at Church House Westminster present technology options which will support their hybrid meetings as it evolves for years to come”.

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