• Lightweight small form factor integrated device
  •  7″ capacitive touch screen
  • Reserve rooms remotely via Microsoft Outlook™ Exchange mail client
  • Solo variant uses online calendar/mailbox accounts like Google Calendar or MS Ofc 365
  • Book Ad-hoc meetings directly from the appliance
  • Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for single wire data and power inputs
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AIP-ID-700

Arrive InfoPoint™ Information Display (ID) 700 is a networked room scheduling system with a 7” capacitive touch screen. The ID 700 is a thin profile and small footprint device that is easy to install and provides excellent value because it is feature packed at an affordable price point. It works standalone (solo mode) or as a client to a central management server console – the  Arrive OnePoint EMServer. As an interactive room signage system, it provides powerful room reservation, resource scheduling, and device management, enabling efficient utilization of shared spaces. The scheduling platform eliminates double-booking conflicts and ensures that room schedules are optimized. The touch screen display provides booking information at a-glance right outside the room door. It shows the room reservation calendar, start/end and remaining time of ongoing bookings or next reservations to help optimize free or busy status, very visually.


Room reservations can be done remotely in advance via Office 365, MS Exchange™, Google Calendar or instantly from the touch screen. When InfoPoint is used with the OnePoint EMServer, central reservation for multiple rooms can be made from the web client calendar, broadcast signage using image files, video and text, and integrated with collaboration systems like Arrive FacePoint™. Additionally, the OnePoint AV-IoT Server module provides control and management functions for devices installed in the meeting room, making Arrive InfoPoint the only integrated room management system in the market.

  • With more powerful Arrive InfoPoint 2.0 software fully integrated with MS Outlook™ / MS Exchange/Ofc365/Google Calendar App  meeting invitation process.
  • Reserve and schedule from web-based User Interface or directly from the ArriveInfoPoint 7” touch panel
  • Schedule recurring events on a daily and weekly basis
  • Faster and more convenient options for ad hoc on screen bookings:
    • “By Duration” – Uses Quick Pick, a feature allowing users to choose meeting duration time in 15/30/45/60/90/120 minute blocks. Also allows discrete selection by keying in the exact number of minutes needed.
    • “By Availability” – Shows the vacant periods in between reserved time blocks. Allows users to choose from the open time blocks by pressing on “Book this” – InfoPoint then automatically reserves the room.
  • “Check-in” feature ensures reserved rooms are actually in-use. Users are required to “check-in” on the physical InfoPoint device prior
    to the reserved time, otherwise the room will become “Available”.
  • Use as a signage medium to display images or broadcast emergency announcements and other information on demand*
  • Provision for brand/logo display, along with a ticker line running information and other non-emergency messages on home screen
  • Option to change theme of display background
  • Display important messages via the note button on the front panel for meeting attendees when the room is booked or “Reserved”
  • Displays real-time weather data on the home screen
  • Create, Extend, End, and View room schedules on-the-fly
  • Generate and export room usage statistics and analysis; report device issues
Screen size (diagonal)/Resolution 7” (17.78cm) LCD/1024×600 pixels; wide viewing angle
Touch technology Capacitive Touch – Glass on Glass advanced response rate
Sensing object Finger
Supported formats Image: JPEG, BMP, PNG
Status indicators LED light tube -Red for “Reserved”, Green for “Available”
Power Power-over-Ethernet 802.3af 30W (PoE); optional DC adapter for WiFi network access.
Network communication RJ45: x1, Ethernet 10/100 Mbps 802.3; PoE
UI Languages English
Requirements •     Centrally managed version requires Arrive OnePoint EMServer (available separately) running in a virtual or physical Windows Server 2008R2 upto 2016 environment with IIS 7.0 and above, .NET Runtime 4.5 and above.
•     Best practice implementation of Domain Name, Exchange service URL (EWS url) to synchronize with room mail box, power shell URL to fetch users and rooms with Impersonated user set-up.
•     Robust PoE network signal access with access to MS Exchange/Ofc365/Google Calendar