Engage students with an easy to use tool for sharing a computer screen to a TV or projector. Once Airtame is installed, connecting your computer to your screen is as simple as connecting to a WiFi network: Just select the name of your Airtame device from the list of available devices in the Airtame app and click to connect. Your lessons instantly become more interactive when teachers and students can share their projects and ideas with the whole class.
You won’t find complicated installation or scary software here. Airtame is designed to be as simple to use as possible. Instead of worrying about connecting to the classroom screen, you can focus on connecting with your students.
Teaching is no longer a one way street. Give students the chance to get involved in the lesson by easily connecting their device to the screen, even from the back of the room. Students can instantly share their ideas and let their creativity shine.
Airtame is the most affordable wireless streaming solution on the market that is designed for professional use. It is easy to implement and manage, no matter the size of your school or district. Check our deployment guide for the best setup for your school.
We had the legacy wiring in the wall, VGA with audio, some s-video. And the teachers were complaining that they weren’t able to use HDMI technology. We got one of your trial devices, plugged it in, and it worked the first time through, and it was something that our teachers could now stream HDMI without having to fully plug in the VGA cable and the sound cable at the same time.
Ellen Schuck, Director of Technology at Hudson Public Schools
Hudson Public Schools
Airtame installed in 20+ classrooms
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Get your campus BYOD Ready
Airtame mirrors your entire computer screen from Mac, Windows, and Linux. Use our mobile app on Android and iOS devices
to show presentations. With Airtame, everyone in your device agnostic classroom can connect quickly and easily.
Personalized classroom custom backgrounds
When no one is streaming to Airtame, you can change the background to show a customized website. We call this a dashboard,
because you control what is displayed, whether it’s the daily lesson plan, important information, or a photo showing
your school spirit.
You will be able to set Airtame to require a randomly generated 4 digit pin code to start streaming. This will ensure
that people connect to the right screen and that your lesson isn’t interrupted by unwanted users from another room.
We don’t currently support full screen mirroring on mobile.
Having a professional network setup shouldn’t prevent you from going wireless. Airtame supports WPA2 Enterprise networks, so you don’t have to compromise security.
In a noisy WiFi environment, connect Airtame to your network with an ethernet cable. Of course, it’s still wireless to stream to Airtame (note: ethernet adapter not included).
Connect with IP
If you prefer not to have multicast enabled on your network, you can still easily connect to Airtame by typing in its unique IP address.
Over the air updates
Airtame gets new features and improvements over-the-air. You have the choice to either receive updates automatically or manually trigger them.
Airtame supports dual-band operation, allowing you to connect on different bands for more flexibility and less interference.
Airtame guest wifi
Airtame has two WiFi cards, which means you can use one of them as a guest network. Check these guides on all the different ways to set up Airtame’s WiFi.
No admin rights on your computer? No problem. We offer a lightweight app that lets you stream without installing.
Airtame will offer a version of the application installer for mass deployment (e.g., to be rolled out in an organization remotely). Learn more
Bring your own device
BYOD will foster better hybrid learning models, allowing faculty and students to both capture and access lectures online. University of Scranton leaders assert that BYOD policies will also impact the physical environment of the classroom, and that rigid furniture should be replaced with more flexible workspaces to accommodate the collaboration that mobile apps and other features promote.