Video conferencing solution VideoMeet, developed by a Jaipur based startup, VideoMeet Pvt. Ltd., comes with an incorporated advanced AI system. This attribute will raise the program to their customers concerning selecting jobs that could carry out on the program concurrently. Interestingly the whole AI module functions inside the browser, and there’s nothing to install on the computer.

Since its inception, VideoMeet has ever been the go-to alternative for video conferencing because of its own large and dedicated user base.

Corporates, Schools and other institutions utilize VideoMeet due to its simplicity of logging from the assembly and other user-friendly capabilities. It is accompanied by an intelligent method to discover and automatically increase/decrease the bandwidth requirement of the video call following the internet standards available on endpoints.

The digital backgrounds get mechanically adjusted and applied in line with the user/host and supply a live experience to each participant. It is quite useful considering that individuals have a meeting from all areas and background and would like to be more professional looking.

Captioning being one among those resourceful attributes, help to construct simpler communication between individuals from varied backgrounds. VideoMeet is the only program to roll out this attribute with Hindi and English captions and intends to present all Indian regional languages using future program upgrades.

Introducing this attribute was supposed to decrease the seriousness of disturbing elements in the assembly and maintain a convenient communication channel between participants.

The application was conceptualized last year as a result of MeitY’s Innovation Challenge For Video Conferencing, in which it acquired wide acclaim and admiration. Having the potential of holding virtual conventions with nearly 2000 individuals, VideoMeet is effective at substituting other overseas alternatives when information privacy is of extreme significance. The data breach is now a frequent practice, servers of multinational firms have been hacked, and also, with the use of homegrown programs, Indian businesses can control this.

Elaborating upon the same, Dr Ajay Data, founder of VideoMeet stated, India is riding to a digital tide using a consumer base of 500Mn. But this unprecedented expansion has come from the lack of strong legal frameworks amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Therefore protecting information and consumers’ privacy is essential.

Thus, there’s an ardent need for local IT players to build and design apps which do not just offer you end-to-end encryption but also guarantee meetings and information hosted are on nearby servers to ensure the security of sensitive company and trade data.