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  • If you're planning to attend In-Person, please click "Entire Event Orlando", "Expo Plus Orlando" and/or "Tuesday-Thursday Orlando".
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The Future of Video and Meeting Rooms: 2026

Ira Weinstein  (Founder & Managing Partner, Recon Research)

Espen Loberg  (VP, Product Management , Webex by Cisco)

Jay McArdle  (Head of Product - Video, Hybrid Solutions, Poly)

Ilya Bukshteyn  (Vice President, Microsoft Teams Calling and Devices, Microsoft)

Sam Kennedy  (Senior Director, Product Marketing, Crestron Electronics, Inc.)

Jon Tracey  (Director Business Development , Logitech)

Date: Tuesday, April 11

Time: 10:00 am - 10:45 am

Pass Type: Entire Event Orlando - Monday-Thursday, Tues - Thurs Conference Orlando, Entire Event Virtual, On-Demand - Get your pass now!

Session Type: On-Demand Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Continued innovation in technology and hybrid work styles promises to transform video conferencing and meeting rooms over the next three years.

In this session, a leading analyst and panel of thought leaders will offer their views and predictions on topics such as how enterprises are responding to changing user expectations; new features and use cases for video; how the industry is helping users connect across platforms and devices; which features will matter (and which will disappear) in the next few years, and more.

You'll gain a strategic perspective that will help you plan your company's video conferencing and meeting room evolution.


  • What will your meeting room estate look like in 3 years? Will you have more rooms? Smaller rooms? More collaboration spaces? Open spaces?
  • How will tomorrow's AV and video technology be purchased, installed, and managed?
  • Which approach will win the battle of interoperability vs. multi-app / platform support vs. BYOD?
  • Do companies have to provide meeting equity? If so, will it ever be affordable and deployable?
  • What role will advanced features (AI, gestures, sentiment, voice control, VR / AR, touch, etc.) play in tomorrow's video meetings?
  • Hype aside, will AV and meeting data (transcriptions, agendas, attachments, recordings, etc.) add significant value in the future?
  • What future advancements will enhance the overall meeting experience?