The ISE 2020 conference programme was our most extensive yet. Starting on the day before the exhibition opened, it featured ten conferences at the 5-star Hotel Okura and four at the RAI Amsterdam.
The programme explored the latest technologies, solutions and strategies within a broad range of vertical markets, including Smart Building, Pro Audio, XR, Higher Education, Digital Signage, Enterprise, Digital Cinema, Hospitality, Sports Stadiums and Visitor Attractions.
New for ISE 2020 were conferences addressing Control Rooms, Cybersecurity and Residential Design & Build, while the well-established Smart Building Conference added a half-day Smart Workplace Track.
Following its successful launch at ISE 2019, AGORA – presented by MONDO | STADIA – returned to discuss the use of technology in stadiums. With these venues increasingly being used to host a wide variety of events, the conference addressed technology not only for matchdays but also for other live events, including concerts and esports.
This half-day conference was dedicated to exploring the latest technologies, solutions and business strategies for the theme park and attractions business.
The full-day AudioForum discussed what organisers Connessioni, in co-operation with AES – Audio Engineering Society, have called Sound Democracy. That is to say, focusing on the person and their wellbeing in the environment and transforming the use of sound into a complete, personalised and gratifying listening experience, allowing us to communicate effectively with others and with the world around us.
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This half-day conference, produced by AVIXA in partnership with the AV User Group, is targeted at enterprise AV end-users. This year the focus was on applications for data – the different ways in which data can be used to inform design discussions. Best-practice case studies and stimulating discussions featured strongly on the agenda.
AVIXA joined forces once more with education specialists SCHOMS and EUNIS to create this half-day conference. Delegates heard innovative ideas and best-practice case studies covering the design and deployment of AV systems for learning and collaboration spaces in universities and higher education colleges.
This theory-based interactive all-day workshop challenged attendees to produce technical best practice procedures and customer policies around network security and cybersecurity; focussing on the three areas of hardware, software and wetware (physical network design, software and data policy, human factors and client education).
New for ISE 2020, CEDIA’s Design & Build Conference is targeted at architects, interior designers and other design & build professionals in the residential space. Attendees gained an insight into what is possible when technology and design meet in collaborative harmony. The conference gave a deep dive look at multiple facets of the home technology industry, and how professional design and installation can lead to sophisticated aesthetics and lifestyle benefits.
The morning conference was followed by a guided show floor tour in the afternoon.
ISE 2020 saw the launch of the Control Rooms Summit. Taking the theme ‘How better integrated AV will save and protect lives and deliver more efficient operations in the world of mission critical command and control’, this new all-day conference addressed the latest trends in technology, design, ergonomics and best practice in this dynamic technology-led business sector.
DSS ISE gives unparalleled insights into trends and strategies of the digital signage industry’s brightest, most talked about and controversial minds. The focus of this year’s half-day conference was ‘The Future of Digital Signage – Technology, Platforms and Solutions’.
This year’s half-day Digital Cinema Summit, presented by Integrated Systems Europe in conjunction with Digital Cinema Report, was entitled ‘The Changing Cineplex’. It highlighted how advances in digital cinema technology are transforming not just how movie theatres around the world operate but the kinds of content they can offer to their customers.
Organised by ISE and Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG), this full-day conference discussed current issues and cutting-edge research findings from the world of hotel and hospitality technology.
Smart Building Conference took as its theme ‘5G, IoT & the Intelligent Edge’. The conference explored how the unfolding new technology landscape facilitates the deployment of smart technology within buildings.
This half-day addition to the Smart Building Conference explored the present and the future of the smart workplace with keynotes and executive panels from some of Europe’s top workplace experts, highlighting the needs and changing opportunities.
XR Summit ISE is a half-day B2B strategy conference focused on the Virtual (VR), Augmented (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) industry. The 2020 edition explored the latest in those technologies, business strategies, and solutions and how they impact and empower the AV business.