We utilize ZOOM NETWORKS and ZOOM ROOMS for all  INTERACTIVE SPORTS NETWORKS programs which can also interface with our DTEN  D7 to provide a complete Scouting and Recruiting Systems and program. 


Host face-to-face meetings anywhere with Heckler AV mobile stand. Roll D7 between training rooms and huddle spaces knowing you have everything you need to conduct collaborative, engaging training sessions. A-frame design welcomes users to step forward and interact with the ultra-responsive, low latency touch display. A wood tray hangs onto DTEN stylus when not in use, and configurable cable management helps keep your meeting space tidy. Suitable for 55" 


DTEN Smart Collaboration Solutions

DTEN, developer of enterprise collaboration solutions located in the Silicon Valley, as Zoom’s technology partner, is changing the way teams connect, communicate and collaborate.
DTEN solutions provide high quality real time, interactive, and face to face experiences for teams to work together. Anywhere in the world, in the most creative and efficient ways.
DTEN has combined the power of groundbreaking interactive hardware technology with best-of-breed software-based video conference room solution, Zoom Rooms.

HD video and audio

Bring high quality video, audio, and web conferencing to your existing rooms.

Meet with anyone

Include remote participants on desktop, mobile, or other conference room systems.

Wireless sharing

Cut the cords, cables, and dongles -- present content wireless from your laptop or mobile device.

One touch to start meetings

Leveraging native integrations with Cisco and Polycom, bring one-touch to start a meeting through your calendaring system.

interoperability with any video system

Communicate with existing SIP or H.323 systems

Centralized management

Get the overview status and management of deployed conference rooms in a single admin console

SCOUTING AND RECRUITING PROGRAMS 

The Scouting and Recruiting  Networks is a excellent program where INTERACTIVE SPORTS NETWORKS developed a fantastic program for colleges teams scouting programs to be able to cover the assigned areas and territories. 

The system allows the ability for anyone at any high school to track and visually see every player at every game in real time. 


​​The program allows  the Scouts and Recruiters to greatly increase their recruitment without the heavy cost of  travel, and expenses. INTERACTIVE SPORTS  NETWORKS Scouting and Recruiting Networks  handles all the technology and equipment required at the school at NO COST.

We charges for each high school that is being Scouted by the scouts or recruited . INTERACTIVE SPORTS NETWORKS bills $75.00-$100.00 per high school Scouted or from which the player is recruited for each sports for the services provide by INTERACTIVE SPORTS NETWORKS on the systems, network, network management and programming. This is a big benefit to the College.   There is no upfront  equipment cost. 


The Scouts and recruiters program is based on the total number of high schools in the recruiting region . $500 00 per high school per month with full ZOOM ROOM licenses, installation, training, programming, setup and equipment for 10  SCOUTING and RECRUITING  rooms. Must have minimum of 10  high schools. 

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General process[edit]

To be considered a “recruited prospective student-athlete”, athletes must be approached by a college coach or representative about participating in that college's athletic program. NCAA guidelines specify how and when they can be contacted. Letters, telephone calls, and in-person conversations are limited to certain frequency and dates during and after the student's junior year. The NCAA also determines when the athletes can be contacted by dividing the year into four recruiting and non-recruiting periods:[2]

1. During a contact period, recruiters may make in-person, on- or off-campus contacts and evaluations. Coaches can also write and/or phone athletes during this period.[3]

2. During an evaluation period, they can only assess academic qualifications and playing abilities. Letters and phone calls are permitted;[3] in-person, off-campus recruiting contacts are not permitted.

3. During a quiet period, they may make in-person recruiting contacts only on the college campus. Off-campus, recruiters are limited to phone calls and letter-writing.[3]

4. During a dead period, they cannot make in-person recruiting contacts or evaluations on- or off-campus or permit official/unofficial visits. However, phone calls and letters are permitted.[3]

During the recruiting process, the prospective student-athlete goes on an official visit to the school that they're being recruited by. An official visit is a prospective student-athlete's visit to a college campus paid for by the college. The college can pay for transportation to and from the college, room, and meals (three per day) while visiting and reasonable entertainment expenses, including three complimentary admissions to a home athletics contest. NCAA recruiting bylaws limit the number of official visits a recruit may take to five.[2] The NCAA has imposed stringent rules limiting the manner in which competing university-firms may bid for the newest crop of prospective student-athletes. Such rules limit the number of visits, which a student-athlete may make to a given campus, the amount of his expenses that may be covered by the university-firm, and so forth.[4]