Be it at home, in-office or elsewhere, HSL can create multi functioning rooms with our dynamic portfolio of devices that are simple to install, set up and use and feature pioneering capabilities that enable you to enjoy closer and clearer meetings throughout a wide range of small to medium and large spaces.
For employees in the office, collaboration needs to take place in a variety of spaces, the solutions offered by HSL allow cameras that track and frame speakers, mics that minimise background noise, and software that optimises lighting. Delivering a great video conferencing experience no matter which side of the call you’re on.
For individual workspaces, personal audio and video solutions transform any desk or shared space into quiet zones for effective video conferencing. Simple to set up and use, our portable solutions are easy to move between the office, home, and wherever you go. Make hybrid working simple.
We never want remote workers to feel less than equal in virtual meetings. But without access to the high-end audio and video equipment in office conference rooms, they’re just not going to look or sound like the team in the office. Change all that with pro-grade headsets, video cameras, desk phones and speakerphones that ensure a consistent and equally great experience so you can be in the meeting, without being in the room.
This is the Neat Bar. Compactly designed, highly capable meeting room device.
All you need in the box from Neat. Simple set up with clear instructions.
Neat Symmetry. Framing each person individually.
Neat Sense. For healthier safter meeting spaces.
Experience the power of a complete collaboration solution.
We are impressed by the simplicity and elegance of the solution that was presented to us by HSL. Being able to intervene, support our colleagues and conduct remote consultations with the patient from a tablet or phone has changed how we work and speeds up diagnosis and time critical treatments. Time is of the essence when treating someone who has had a stroke, so literally every minute counts. The Telehealth platform has the potential to make a significant contribution to improved patient outcomes after stroke, especially during late evening and overnight periods.
Dr Enda Kerr & Dr Michael McCormick
Consultant Stroke Physicians
Telehealth has played a vital role during the Coronavirus pandemic as it has enabled our team to conduct a number of urgent video-consultations for patients at home which have obviated the need for them to come to the emergency department. Parental anxiety has been more heightened than usual due to the pandemic, therefore we have found that supporting families at home with regular video-consultations has helped to reduce stress, reduce health service utilisation and is much appreciated by parents and clinicians alike.
Dr Brian McCrossan
Paediatric Cardiologist at Clark Clinic
In addition to the streamlined workflow which the system offers that enables our team to treat more patients more effectively, the adaptability of the system means that the same technology can be used for diagnostic imaging of patients ranging from paediatrics to elderly patients. The technology will also help our team to answer the growing demand for chest x-rays as patients dealing with prolonged ‘long-Covid’ symptoms continue to present with ongoing imaging requirements.
(Interim) General X-Ray Manager