Founded in 1999, Foundation of Historic City Conservation and Regeneration exists because the local historical relics deserves people’s attention. The foundation is committed to promote the idea of monument preservation and cultivate talents who embrace the same value.
To better spread the core value to residents and community, the foundation would hold an event or training courses during the weekend, inviting lectures from industry, university, or public sectors, sharing domain knowledge related to cultural asset preservation movement.
With the rising trend of BYOD and mobile devices, now evangelists within the foundation would also make a presentation with Windows, macOS, or even iPhone, Android, etc.
In the beginning, the foundation tried to resolve the issues with the existing projector and wired cable. “We don’t know which device would be brought to make a presentation”, said Yen Shi Hua, CEO of Foundation of Historic City Conservation and Regeneration, “therefore, we need to prepare different types of adapters, including HDMI, VGA, DVI, DP, etc. As a minimalist, this is frustrating.”
(To support different kinds of interface, the foundation needed to prepare different types of adapter and cables for presenters. Image source: Foundation of Historic City Conservation and Regeneration)
Besides that, the cables were getting worn out, thus disconnecting the slideshow during a presentation. “That would greatly interrupt our session”, said Yen. He then identified that the core issue came from those messy cables and adapters, thus, “Wireless presentation solution is what we need”, he concluded.
By adopting EZCast Pro Dongle II, the foundation now could truly ditch the cable, not only making the environment tidy than before, now idea-sharing and co-working are getting faster and more efficient. Also, with the cross platform compatibility with Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android, no matter what device a user uses, EZCast Pro Dongle II could handle it well, which truly bring the BYOD to users within the foundation.
“We like EZCast Pro Dongle II very much. It shows that old stuff and new tech could still make a good pair.”
Yen Shi Hua, the CEO of Foundation of Historic City Conservation and Regeneration