Made-in-India video conferencing solution, VideoMeet developed and created by Jaipur based startup VideoMeet Pvt. Ltd has an integrated advanced Artificial Intelligence system. The feature will boost the application for their users in terms of the variety of tasks that can be performed on the application simultaneously. Interestingly the entire AI module works within the browser and there is nothing to install on the computer.
Since its inception, VideoMeet has always been the go-to option for video conferencing for its large and committed user base.
Corporates, Schools and other institutions use the Made-in-India application due to its ease of logging in the meeting and other user-friendly features.
VideoMeet comes with an intelligent system to detect and auto increase/decrease the bandwidth requirement of video call as per the quality of internet available on endpoints. The virtual backgrounds get automatically applied and adjusted according to the user/host preference and provide an almost live experience to all the participants. This is very useful considering people are having meeting from all kind of places and background need to be more professional looking.
Captioning being one of the resourceful features, help to build smoother communication between people from diverse backgrounds. VideoMeet is the only application to roll out this feature with Hindi and English captions and plans to introduce all Indian regional languages with future app updates.
The purpose behind introducing this feature was to reduce the intensity of disturbing elements in the meeting and uphold a convenient communication channel between participants.
The application was conceptualized last year as a result of MeitY’s ’Made in India Videoconferencing Challenge’ where it received acclaim and appreciation. With a capacity of holding virtual conferences of almost 2000 people , VideoMeet is capable of replacing other foreign alternatives when data privacy is of utmost importance. Data breaching has become a common practice, servers of multinational companies are being hacked, and with the usage of homegrown apps, Indian corporations can control this.