Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is the world’s largest exhibition of professional audiovisual and system integrations. It attracts AV experts and intermediaries, as well as its end users.
Despite the international health crisis that has been raging across Europe, organizers of the ISE 2020 have prepared a lively exhibition and an interesting programme, including conferences, central content and training courses.
A four-day exhibition, which took place in Amsterdam, attracted more than 1,300 exhibitors and more than 116,000 visitors in its last year – in 2021, the exhibition will move to the Fira de Barcelona Exhibition Complex.
At fourteen conferences, which took place in two venues, the participants discussed business strategies and technological trends in the broadest range of addressing vertical markets ever witnessed. The highly welcomed programme also included a presentation of the Control Rooms Summit and the Smart Workplace Track in conjunction with the Smart Construction Conference.
“Covid 19 currently affects our daily lives. However, many of the changes being introduced today will still resonate once the mandatory isolation has been removed. The Community for AV and Systemic Integration plays a central role in shaping the post-Covid world,” emphasized the organizers.
What is ISE (povezava)