ISE Tech Tours
5 February, 13:00
6 February, 18:00
Tech Tours will once again take participants on technology-focused tours during ISE. The specially curated trips will reveal the details behind some unique projects, including client objectives, why, how and where technology is used and the core design principals.
The first tour, taking place at 13:00-18:00 on Monday 5 February, will explore The Canon of the Netherlands at the Open Air Museum in Arnhem. The partially underground exhibition, which opened in September 2017, examines the highs and lows of Dutch history since the Stone Age, combining historical objects on loan from over 12 museum collections. The installation features intensive deployments of the latest audio-visual, IT network and display technologies. The client and its technical systems designer – Rapenburg Plaza – will join forces to lead the tour.
Next up is a tour of This Is Holland on Tuesday 6 February at 18:00-20:00. Participants will go on a virtual flying experience, soaring over the Netherlands’ must‐see locations, courtesy of the latest motion and projection technologies. The experience features an interactive and educational pre-show area, meaning those on-board can fly like a bird and marvel at the country’s diversity, beauty and richness. The designer – Leisure Expert Group – will team up with the client to present the tour.
Joost van Berkel, Commercial Director at This Is Holland, said: “During the Tech Tour to This Is Holland, VIPs will feel, see, learn and experience the Netherlands in a unique way and in just one hour.”
ISE Tech Tours are free to attend and available on a first come, first served basis. Spaces are very limited, so please act quickly to book your place.
To register please contact: ISEtechtours@greatcentralian.com.
The tour was fun, interactive and informative tour. It is definitely a brilliant addition to the trade show.
– Virgin Money Stores and Lounges, UK
Having the tour during the show is great. It works well with the show. It gives the concept of the sites where it has been deployed.
– Atlas Electronics Resources Pte Ltd, Singapore
It was a very interesting presentation and I enjoyed hearing about the content, work and future installations.
– Kasastudios, Finland
Images: © THIS IS HOLLAND
The Canon of the Netherlands © Mike Bink / Rapenburg Plaza