Plug Airtame into the TV and power it up using the USB cord. Customize your settings by following the setup guide
Connect Airtame to your WiFi to give it Internet access. You can connect to both personal and enterprise networks.
Choose the website or KPI dashboard you want to show. That’s it. Check the full list
Show team progress by displaying key metrics and numbers on your office TVs. When the whole team can visualize real time data, everyone can focus on the right goals.
Display a website that’s especially relevant for your company. Or showcase your brand by displaying your own company website or logo for visitors to see.
Build a website or service for your needs. At Airtame, for example, we display a custom-made website that lets us know when we make a sale. Our whole team stays informed on our progress.
Of course, Airtame is a very useful cableless HDMI device, but what really sets it apart from the rest is the dashboard functionality, which we use whenever we are not actively streaming to it. It keeps our eyes on the numbers that are strategically important for us.Anton Bondesen, PasientSky
In Dashboard mode, Airtame is like a mini computer running a normal web browser like the one you’re using to view this page. Instead of showing all the toolbars and search fields like a normal browser, Airtame shows only the content from the website you give it. To set up a dashboard: Find your website or dashboard. Copy the URL. Open the settings of your Airtame. Paste the URL. Click apply settings and Airtame will load your dashboard. Check out our full guide on how to set up a dashboard .
No, not yet. This feature is still a work in progress and we are working on both performance improvements and supporting more web technologies. We currently don’t support things like Java, Flash, and WebGL – Check out more here.
Yes, you can! We always show the name of the Airtame and the WiFi info in a small bar at the bottom of the TV screen, so it’s easy for everyone to connect. When you stop streaming, Airtame will keep showing the dashboard or website you set it to.