Join the 18,000+ institutions wirelessly presenting with Airtame
Power Airtame and connect to your screen using the included Aircord.
Mount the Airtame and connect it to your local network.
Visit airtame.com/download to get the Airtame app for your computer or mobile.
Open the app, select your Airtame from the list and start presenting.
Walk into a room, open the Airtame app and select your Airtame-connected screen. That’s it, you are presenting wirelessly. You can share your whole screen, or select an individual window to present, and conceal what you want to keep hidden.
Airtame works with all major platforms and operating systems – from Mac, Windows, Linux, and beyond – so you can remove your adapters for good.
You can do better than blank standby screens. Use them to showcase something meaningful.
Present beautiful imagery, performance dashboards, company news and more on your screens when they are not in use, all managed from Airtame Cloud.
Manage and monitor all your devices – straight from your desk, across locations and remotely – from Airtame Cloud.
Studies show companies waste up to 10% of every meeting on technical issues. Don’t be that company.
Transform your standby screens with our app integrations. You can present company news with Google Slides, showcase a project timeline with Trello or stunning photography with Unsplash, highlight a sales success with KPI dashboards or present world clocks to help your multi-office team sync more effectively.
Unlock student-centered education
The easy, cable-free connection to your screens allows teachers to roam around the classroom freely, and the opportunity to teach in a more engaging way – where students don’t have to nervously present from the front of the classroom.
Airtame is well suited to support your school’s IT Admin team in installing and troubleshooting AV equipment. Lake Superior College saw a dramatic 75% drop in IT support tickets after installing Airtame!
Organizations already powered by Airtame.
Meetings and classes were powered by Airtame in January 2019.
Minutes of wireless presentations in January 2019. Yes, that’s millions!