Main Stage ProgrammeEvolution, Battersea, London - 23-24 June 2021

Speakers

Main Stage Programme

10:10 - 10:15

WELCOME
Mike Blackman (Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events)
Sarah Joyce (Chief Global Officer, AVIXA)
Wendy Griffiths (Vice President of Engagement & Global Development, CEDIA)

10:20 - 10:50

Looking Ahead: Trends in the UK AV Sector
Chris Lavelle (Senior Director of Development Europe, AVIXA)

11:00 - 12:00

Tech Spotlight
Ring
Igloo Vision
Jabra

12:10 - 12:40

AV User Group Perspectives
Owen Ellis (Chairman, AV User Group) in conversation with
Greg Jeffreys (Chair, AVIXA Standards Steering Committee)

12:50 - 13:30

Positive Action to Champion Diversity and Inclusion in the AV Industry

Kevin McLoughlin (AVIXA Diversity Council & Director, AV User Group) – moderator
Janice Turner (Diversity Officer, BECTU)
Iffat Chaudhry (Bid Manager, Involve Visual Collaboration)

What can our industry learn from how trade union BECTU tackled discrimination and lack of diversity within media and entertainment?

13:40 - 14:10

The Future of Visualisation
Andrew Dowsett (Channel Manager UK & Ireland, Barco)

14:20 - 14:50

The BRIT Awards: Lights, Camera, Action

Stew Hume (Editor, TPi)
Tom Sabin (Managing Director, Diagon)

Tom will talk about his company’s involvement in this year’s BRIT Awards ceremony, which went ahead rather differently due to Covid restrictions

15:00 - 15:30

RP22: A Paradigm Shift in Media Room Design

James Bliss (Brand and Communications Manager EMEA, CEDIA) – host
Peter Aylett (Partner, HTE)
Ben Goff (Technical Director, Multiroom Media)

Recommended Practice RP22 has far reaching implications for manufacturers, designers and installers with regard to multi-channel audio space design. The panel will explain the thought behind this disruptive Recommended Practice, how it came together, and why it really matters for the integrator and the end client.

15:40 - 16:10

Rewarding and Promoting Excellence in the AV Industry

Paul Milligan (Editor, Inavate EMEA); Dan Jago (Founder, Inavate Magazines)

Exploring how excellence and career development are rewarded and developed in the AV industry sector through the Inavation Awards and 40 under 40 initiatives

16:20 - 16:50

Superyacht Technology

Jack Robinson (Director, Superyacht Technology)

An overview of working in the Superyacht sector. Jack will explain why companies find the industry elusive, with complex political and logistical supply chains. He will also lift the mystery around why the industry has been recession proof, with growth of 45% this year

17:00 - 18:00

Tech Spotlight
DTEN
Logical Solutions

18:00 - 19:30

Networking Drinks

09:40 - 09:45

Welcome

09:50 - 10:20

Keynote: The Future of Connection
Amelia Kallman (Futurist)
Amelia will dissect the trends and tech that are altering our future landscape and share insights on how businesses can not only survive but thrive in the years to come

10:30 - 10:50

Pro Audio in AV: Emerging from a Pandemic
James Kirby (Pro Audio Analyst, Futuresource Consulting)
James will present highlights from ‘Pro Audio in AV: Emerging from a Pandemic’ – a recent Pro AV Technology Outlook report produced in association with Installation magazine

11:00 - 11:30

Tech Spotlight
Ring
Shure

11:40 - 12:15

Technology in the Meeting Room
Jordan Deemer (Business Development Manager, Barco)

12:25 - 12:50

Looking Ahead: Trends in the UK AV Sector
Chris Lavelle (Senior Director of Development Europe, AVIXA)

13:00 - 13:30

The Future of AV Technologies in the ‘Flexible Classroom’
Genna Ash-Brown (Editor, Education Technology)
Jay Ahmed (AV Design Manager, QMUL)

13:40 - 14:20

Panel Discussion: Events Go Virtual
Stew Hume (Editor, TPi)

14:30 - 15:00

The Integrated Home Podcast: Remote Monitoring and Management
Jeff Hayward (Director, Wildwood PR) – host
Nick Bovill (SnapAV/Control4)
Nicolai Landschultz (IndigoZest)
James Ratcliffe (Homeplay)

This Integrated Home Podcast panel explores remote monitoring as the ‘must-have’ for all residential integrators. How does RMM help businesses build and sustain positive, long-term relationships with clients? And, how can it be operationalised to gain efficiency, value, and additional income with service models?

15:10 - 16:00

Tech Spotlight 

London Exhibitors:

Ampio
AVIXA
Barco
Biamp
BrightSign
CEDIA
Control4
Digital Projections
DTen
Igloo Vision
Jabra
Jetbuilt
Lang AG
Logical Solutions
Nexmosphere
Panasonic
Ring
Shure
Snap AV
Wolfvision
Zoom

Why should I attend the local ISE Events?

Reconnect with the AV community in Europe’s leading AV hubs

Our exhibitors have made it clear that there is a desire to get the industry together, but on a local level.  We are targeting Europe’s key markets across the AV sector and aim to deliver a quality audience who want to meet potential suppliers, existing customers and network with their peers.”

Mike Blackman, Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events

The ISE live events will allow you to reconnect with the AV community and with international exhibitors in Europe’s leading AV hubs.

Each local event will provide two days of networking in a safe, relaxed, and intimate environment – perfect for meetings.

Each event gives you opportunity to build a new set of ‘high worth’ connections including leading installers, integrators, and end users.

At the ISE Fira Barcelona event there will be the live production of exclusive Keynotes and RISE Spotlight content curated by The Next Web (TNW) and showcased on the venue’s Main Stage.

Each event will bring you together with some of the world’s leading technology and solutions providers, all keen to demonstrate their latest innovations.

“I believe this approach reflects what we’ve heard, a strong desire for prudent and safe face-to-face gatherings that can reinforce business connections and initiate growth.  We are honoured to be in a position to offer these to our community.”

David Labuskes, CEO, AVIXA

“The success of ISE has been built on broad industry support and that is the reason why we have taken these decisions.  We look forward to a debut show where our community can all be together again.”

Giles Sutton, joint CEO, CEDIA