Audio Visual & Video Conferencing

E-BIS Ltd has the capability to design, supply, install and maintain Audio Visual, Video Conferencing, Video Wall and Audio Visual Control systems for all industry sectors. Our core purpose is to exceed your expectations by providing cost-effective, high-quality, future-proof solutions that feature the latest, most reliable and efficient technology.

Our reputation is built on our disciplined and flexible approach. Our aims are to consistently provide the highest standard of quality across our range of audiovisual and video conferencing services with product selection from all the major globally recognised companies like Polycom, Smart and Promethean.

Installations are performed by a highly qualified and professional team, maintaining a consistent level of quality throughout each and every system.


Audio Visual

E-BIS Ltd are installers of smartboards, interactive whiteboards, av and sound systems.

We design and install quality AV solutions for teaching facilities, training rooms, board rooms and lecture theatres.

All aspects of our service are provided in-house with projects ranging from small installations to large schools, fully meeting customer requirements whilst ensuring AV equipment fits in seamlessly within the working environment.


Digital Signage 

Digital signage is the display of multimedia content on electronically controlled displays. At E-BIS Ltd, our focus is on delivering high quality, market leading solutions. 

Digital signage networks are used to deliver targeted promotional and informational content to a largely captive audience, which includes customers waiting for service at banks, restaurants or government facilities etc.

As well as being brighter and more economical than printed signs, Digital Signage offers the advantages of sound and movement to content, helping to grab the attention of your audience.

Digital Signage is also perfect for targeted content, from displaying specific up-to-the-minute news to sports or weather stories and can be a combination of interactive kiosk-like devices and standard broadcast and narrow-cast displays.

Digital signage has a number of benefits over traditional static signs. The most important of which include:

  • Signage can be updated automatically through a digital signage network without having to interact with the signs physically.
  • Unlike the content on static signs the multimedia dimension offered by digital signage makes content more engaging, more informative and more targeted.
  • Digital signage can be interactive through touch screen technology and other interactive technologies.
  • Digital signage has been shown in a number of studies to offer a better ROI.


Video Conferencing

Video conferencing (also known as a ‘visual collaboration’) is the use of real-time video and audio streaming to enable people conversing over the Internet to be able to see and hear each other.

Video conferencing solutions use telecommunications equipment to allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions simultaneously for a meeting. This can be as simple as a point-to-point meeting between two people in private offices or as elaborate as a multi-point meeting involving several sites with people in offices, boardrooms, auditoriums, or conference rooms.

Today’s technology have made video conferencing solutions an affordable and economical solution for today’s organisations, allowing us to combine all of these objectives into one fully integrated multimedia teleconferencing room, where every piece of equipment works in seamless collaboration to create an end-to-end video conferencing solution. The results: communication is streamlined and the return on investment is nearly instantaneous – and all with the simple addition of video conferencing solution



Telepresence is the term used to describe a set of technologies, such as high definition audio, video, and other interactive elements that enable people to feel or appear as if they were present in a location which they are not physically in.

Used mainly as a collaboration tool, Telepresence is used by many vendors to help create a more “in person” meeting experience over a converged network.

Telepresence differs from video conferencing as it offers face-to-face interactions between the people in the meeting through the transmission of life-size, high-definition images and audio and the solutions provided by E-BIS Ltd help to bring people together, whether they’re across town or around the world by creating a more engaging visual connection.

Listed below are some advantages for the use of Telepresence Systems.

Make the Best Use of Employee Time 

Frequent video participants report saving at least two hours weekly, with one-third reporting at least one day saved per week. Telepresence solutions have helped them save money, improve work-life balance, increase their competitive advantage, and bring people closer together.

Speed Decision Making 

Accelerate business-critical decision making, shorten sales cycles, reduce time to market, and create new forums for collaboration.

Cut Travel Costs

Many customers reduce their business travel by 30 percent or more when implementing TelePresence.

Consider the Opportunity Costs 

The true cost of travel is not just a plane ticket and hotel. Time on the road could be spent being more productive, bringing new products to market, reducing repair time, or meeting with more clients.

Transform Business Processes

TelePresence makes it easy for teams to collaborate, innovate, and resolve issues. Now you can bring those benefits to customer service, supply chain management, and training; redefine best practices; and accelerate ROI even more.

Be Greener

Here is another way to reduce CO2 emissions: 100 employees using video once a week instead of commuting would save the equivalent of a forest the size of five football fields