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Registration for ISE 2017 now open!
Registration for the next edition of Integrated Systems Europe is now open. ISE 2017, which takes place at the RAI Amsterdam on 7-10 February 2017, is shaping up to be the most exciting ISE to date.
The first four-day Integrated Systems Europe – ISE 2016 – was a great success. In drawing over 65,000 registered attendees to interact with over 1,100 exhibitors, it officially positioned ISE as the world’s largest AV and systems integration trade show. Since the launch of the show in 2004, Integrated Systems Europe has demonstrated consistent growth each year.
In recent years, Digital Signage has been the fastest growing category at IntegratedSystems Europe (ISE). Not only has the Digital Signage market seen significantgrowth over the last five years, ISE has partnered with invidis consulting – a leadingvoice in Digital Signage and DooH. This has added additional weight to ISE’s DigitalSignage offering, both in terms of exhibitors and educational content.
Joined up thinking is key to Unified Communications at ISE
Unified Communications (UC) is undoubtedly one of the most interesting strands of the AV and systems integration industry, which is why it is such a strong focus for Integrated Systems Europe (ISE). Right at the heart of UC’s development is the convergence of AV and IT. This coming together has been an industry talking point for many years but has become an especially hot topic over the last five years.
The importance of Audio at ISE keeps getting louder
Over the last five years, the role of Audio at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) has grown significantly to the point that it is now an extremely important element of the show. In turn, ISE has become a must-exhibit for companies concerned with manufacture, distribution and integration of audio equipment. In response to that, relevant visitors flock to the show to stay at the cutting edge of all things audio.
ISE showcases intelligent Smart Building insights and technologies
Visitors to Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) understand just how smart our buildings are becoming and the growing role that automated technologies are having on our lives. Of course, AV technologies are a fundamental part of this trend and ISE is the must attend show for those interested in learning about the latest Smart Building technologies and in hearing from leading Smart Building professionals.
Bringing together all of ISE’s Education Technology
ISE 2017 will see the addition of a new category to the Integrated Systems Europe show format. Education Technologies have been an important part of ISE for some time, which is why the show’s organisers took the decision to consolidate the Education Technology elements of the show and strengthen the edtech offer in 2017 and beyond. This move comes at a time when education is embracing technology more than ever.
ISE: European home of Residential Solutions and AV technologies
With the backing of joint-partner CEDIA, Integrated Systems Europe is extremely well positioned as a leading voice in Residential Solutions and home automation. Residential Solutions and its associated technologies have always been a fundamental, core element of ISE. The category’s development is reflected at the show each year, not only in terms of the latest product innovations but also the extensive professional development opportunities that the show offers.
ISE is proving to be an ever-attractive destination for IT professionals – all the way from CIOs through vendors to IT integrators and resellers. Why? The one word answer is ‘networks’. Historically, audiovisual was something of an island of technology within the average business. It was all about projectors and screens and audio systems – all existing quite happily on their own. AV technology is now, for the most part, a network-centric technology.