The 2020 Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) conference is coming up February 11-14th, in Amsterdam. As the largest AV and systems integration trade show in the world, ISE is the perfect place for both integrators and end-users to experience the latest technology and preview trends for the year ahead.
Here’s what to look for at ISE 2020:
This year, some of the most popular new systems are expected to include intercom systems, cameras, sound bars, smart home solutions and virtual reality. Also new this year is the Innovation Zone in Hall 14, dedicated to new technologies with an emphasis on virtual reality. Among the attractions of the Innovation Zone will be Digital Projection Multiview VR systems demonstrations, showing how virtual reality can be used in immersive, collaborative spaces. Other demonstrations include a virtual reality roller coaster.
In addition to the conferences, keynote speakers, training programs, networking events, and show floor displays, this year will feature several new events, including AV Career Day for students, and new conferences – the Control Rooms Summit and CEDIA’s Design & Build Conference and Cyber security workshop.
Several popular events from last year will also be returning, including the projection mapping display and an annual conference hosted by AVIXA. This year’s opening address will be presented by Duncan Wardle, former Head of Innovation and Creativity at Disney.
This year there will be more than 200 first time exhibitors, in addition to the more than 1,000 returning technology and solutions providers. As a new exhibitor partnering with PSNI Global Alliance, we are excited to join in the show at Hall 15, B200 and would love to have you visit the booth to meet our global team.
Finally, 2020 is the last year that ISE will be held in Amsterdam. Over the last several years, attendance has increased so much that ISE has outgrown its former home.
ISE 2021 will be held at the Gran Via, part of the Fira de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain. We hope to see you at the show.
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