Speaker tracking cameras

Perfect your conference room with innovative AI technology

Discover the benefits and versatile applications of speaker tracking cameras for conference rooms and educational institutions. Speaker tracking cameras offer an advanced alternative to conventional PTZ cameras by automatically trackingthe active speaker in real time. Thiseliminates the need to manually switch and adjust the camera to other participantsas with PTZ cameras.

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What are speaker tracking cameras?

A speaker tracking camera is a specialised video conferencing system that is equipped with advanced AI technology to automatically detect and track who is speaking in a room in real time. Such cameras are ideal for use in professional environments, such as meeting rooms, conference halls or lecture theatres, where clear image transmission and user-friendliness are crucial.


Locations of speaker tracking cameras


Meeting and conference room in the business centre

Speaker tracking cameras increase the interactivity and efficiency of meetings by automatically detecting the current speaker and reducing the need for manual control. They seamlessly focus attention on the presenter, optimising communication in real time. In addition, they facilitate the recording of training sessions and workshops by ensuring that all speakers always remain in the focus of the camera.


Schools and universities

Speaker tracking cameras promote hybrid learning models by automatically tracking lecturers, providing online participants with an experience comparable to that of face-to-face participants. They enable seamless recording of lectures and seminars for later on-demand learning without the need for manual camera control.

Advantages of speaker tracking cameras

Speaker tracking cameras take video conferencing to a whole new level by dynamically tracking the speaking participant for seamless communication. They eliminate the need for constant manual adjustments and increase the professionalism of your presentations and meetings. Discover the many benefits offered by these innovative cameras.


Automated tracking

The camera automatically recognises and tracks the active speaker in the room.


High-quality video quality

Clear and sharp images that always focus on the essential content.


Efficiency and professionalism

No more manual swivelling or repositioning required.

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Optimum utilisation of space

Even in large conference rooms, the relevant area is always captured and displayed.


Interactive meetings

The dynamic camera work ensures lively and dynamic meetings.


AI-supported technology

Modern algorithms ensure precise and smooth tracking without delays.

Zoom options: Single views and free movement in space

Modern speaker tracking cameras allow a wide range of zoom options, from focussing on the current speaker to displaying all participants in individual tiles.


Focus on the current speaker

When focussing on the current speaker, the camera automatically zooms in on the speaking participant in order to show them clearly and centrally in the picture.

Tracking the speaker in the room

In this mode, speaker tracking cameras dynamically adjust the zoom and orientation to keep the moving speaker in the room continuously in focus.

Representation of each meeting participant

When displaying the participants in tiles, the image of a video conference is divided into several sections in order to make each participant visible simultaneously and individually.

What needs to be considered with professional conference room cameras?

There are several key components when choosing a professional speaker tracking camera for your conference room, here are some of the most important factors:

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The resolution determines the clarity and quality of the video. For professional applications, you should look for at least a full HD camera (1080p), with 4K cameras providing even sharper images.



A good optical zoom allows you to focus on specific people or areas in the room without losing image quality.



A high-quality sensor captures more light and thus ensures better images in different lighting conditions. Larger sensors tend to perform better in low light



A high-quality lens influences how much light reaches the sensor and how clear the image is. Look out for cameras with high-quality lenses and possible anti-distortion functions



Many modern cameras come with software that offers additional functions, such as automatic tracking, face recognition or even analysis tools. This software can significantly increase user-friendliness and functionality


Interfaces and compatibility

The camera should be compatible with common video conferencing platforms and be easy to connect to various devices, whether via USB, HDMI or wireless technologies

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Some cameras have integrated microphones that ensure clear audio recording. However, additional audio technology may be required in large conference rooms

Versatile placement options for speaker tracking cameras

Speaker tracking cameras can be optimally adapted to any room configuration thanks to their versatile set-up and placement options.

Logitech Sight: desktop camera with intelligent speaker framing

The Logitech Sight AI tabletop camera revolutionises the way remote participants take part in conferences. Featuring advanced AI technology with automatic speaker framing, this camera offers a unique experience. It uses video analytics and artificial intelligence to accurately identify and capture participants in the room. Thanks to its impressive 315° field of view, it captures almost the entire room.


In comparison: Auto-framing vs. speaker tracking camera in the conference room

In a direct comparison between auto-framing and speaker tracking cameras, there are some differences and advantages of both technologies that should be considered.

Auto-framing camera
Speaker tracking camera
Function Automatically adjusts the image section to make all participants in a room visible Automatically tracks and focusses on the active speaker in a room
Technology Often uses motion and shape recognition to ensure that everyone in the room is in the frame Uses audio and motion sensors to identify and focus on the active speaker in the image
Application Ideal for conferences or meetings with several people where the focus should be on the entire groupIdeal for conferences or presentations where the focus should be on the current speaker.
Limitations Cannot specifically emphasise the active speaker May be less effective in situations where several people are speaking at the same time

Mechanical or digital: a comparison of PTZ and ePTZ cameras

A PTZ camera is characterised by its optical zoom and has motorised functions for rotating, tilting and zooming in. In contrast, an ePTZ camera simulates these movements using digital zoom in order to offer comparable functions to a PTZ camera.

PTZ camera (pan-tilt-zoom)
ePTZ camera (electronic pan-tilt-zoom)
Uses physical motors to pan (pan), tilt (tilt) and zoom (zoom) the cameraDoes not utilise physical movements. Instead, a wide field of view is captured and then the desired area is electronically selected and enlarged
Image quality
Maintains the original image quality when zooming as it uses a true optical zoomMay lose quality when zooming as it uses a digital zoom
Response time
Slightly slower as physical movement is requiredVery fast as no physical movement of the camera is required

Maximum compatibility: connection options for your speaker tracking camera

When selecting speaker tracking cameras for professional environments, compatibility with common video conferencing solutions is of central importance. The connectivity options play a major role as they determine how well the camera will work with different systems and software platforms. Here are the most important connections that a speaker tracking camera should offer:


USB port 3.0/3.1

For high-quality video transmission in real time. USB 3.0 is backwards compatible and ensures fast data transfer, making it ideal for video.


HDMI connection

Allows the transmission of high-definition video and audio over a single cable and is useful for connecting to larger displays or distribution systems


Network connection (Ethernet)

Used to integrate the camera directly into a network, allowing remote control and access as well as streaming over the network

Wi-Fi connectivity

Offers flexibility and easy set-up, especially in rooms where a cable connection could be problematic
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Less common for video, but useful for audio transmission or remote camera control

SDI connection (Serial Digital Interface)

Provides a professional video connection capable of transmitting uncompressed, high-resolution video over long distances

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