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ISE 2014: ALL SYSTEMS GO


Rebecca Paddick took a trip to Amsterdam for the 11th Integrated Systems Europe


THE LARGEST TRADESHOW for professional AV and systems integration got under way in February at the RAI in Amsterdam. A total of 952 companies exhibited at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) this year, representing an increase of more than 6% on last year’s figure. The show occupied more than


36,000 net square metres for the first time, while pre-registration also reached record levels. But it wasn’t just products on the


exhibition stands on offer. A host of supporting conferences


ABOVE: ISE 2014 occupied more than 36,000 net square metres


and education sessions were included this year. The pre-show events saw hundreds of delegates atend the Smart Building Conference, Investor Showcase and Audio Forum, followed by the opening keynote address, ‘Kick-Starting the Market for Building Automation’, by Cisco’s Dr Dirk Schlesinger. Two new show-floor theatres,


showcasing commercial and residential solutions hosted more than 40 free-to-atend, non- technical seminars. The theatre sessions fall


under ISE’s new ‘Professional Development’ education brand, to which the show’s co- owners, CEDIA and InfoComm International, also contributed significantly with their own training programmes. Mike Blackman, the event’s


managing director, said: “Our real achievements are the ways in which we have enhanced our event to make it useful and relevant to new visitor groups, helping to ensure that those who are visiting the show for the first time have a genuine desire to return next year.”


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