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Tuesday 11 February 2020 sees Integrated Systems Europe – the world’s largest exhibition for AV and systems integration – return to the RAI Amsterdam. The event runs over four days, occupying 15 halls, and is home to everything the professional audiovisual and digital signage industry has to offer – including the latest developments and technologies that will influence almost every industry’s future.
ISE 2020 is produced by Integration Systems Events on behalf of international trade associations and co-owners AVIXA and CEDIA. Continuing a long tradition, this year’s event will be bigger than last year’s: more than last year’s 81,000 visitors are expected; there will be more floor space; and more conferences and learning opportunities on the agenda.
Visitors will be ‘Making Deeper Connections’ with the newest technologies, the latest ideas – and the global AV and Digital Signage industry. Designed to help visitors more easily find the 1,300 exhibitors most relevant to their interests are the six Technology Zones. Spread across eight of the 15 halls, these comprise:
– Audio and Live Events, showcasing sound from microphone to speaker, as well as the latest technologies to support the kind of audiovisual extravaganzas at which the industry excels;
– Digital Signage and DooH (Digital Out Of Home), with a broad range of advertising and information delivery solutions for the retail, transportation, healthcare, corporate, education, leisure, and hospitality sectors and many more;
– Education Technology, with its positive and growing multidimensional impact on learning outcomes;
– Residential, showcasing the latest developments in the connected home as well as home entertainment and energy management;
– Smart Buildings, with a wide array of solutions for the control of air conditioning, lighting and shutter control, security systems, heating, ventilation, monitoring, alarming and many others; and
– Unified Communications, with innovative new platforms designed to facilitate collaborative working and enhanced productivity across sites and countries.