With the beginning of a new decade, comes greater changes and advancements in the AV and systems integration sector. This February 2020, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2020 will take place in Rai Amsterdam.
For those new to ISE, Integrated Systems Europe is the world’s largest exhibition for AV and systems integration, and ISE 2020 will be held from February 11-14 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The purpose of this annual conference is part of an effort to gather together the world’s leading technology and solutions providers. ISE 2020 will help showcase a unique array of conferences, keynote speeches, training programs, and show floor events, which will take place pre-show and throughout the four-day exhibition.
ISE 2020 Conference Programmes
The ISE 2020 conference program is the most extensive yet. Starting on the day before the show opens, ISE 2020 will feature eight conferences at the 5-star Hotel Okura and four at the RAI Amsterdam. In order to attend the Hotel Okura, attendees can either walk a few minutes from the RAI Amsterdam or take a shuttle bus. The Okura conference program will focus on exploring current technologies, solutions, and strategies within various vertical markets such as:
- XR, Digital Signage
- Digital Cinema
- Visitor Attractions
- Control Rooms
The well-established Smart Building Conference will move to the Okura. CEDIA will host a new conference for Design & Build professionals in the residential market. The AudioForum, the AVIXA Conferences, and AGORA will take place in the RAI.
The ISE 2020 conference programs being held at RAI Amsterdam include:
- Smart Building Conference
- AudioForum @ ISE 2020
- CEDIA Cybersecurity Workshop
- Control Rooms Summit ISE
- AVIXA Higher Education AV Conference
- XR Summit ISE
- Digital Signage Summit ISE
- AVIXA Enterprise AV Conference
- Digital Cinema Summit ISE
- CEDIA Design & Build Conference
- Hospitality TechSummit by HTNG
- attractionsTECH by blooloop
The Great Minds Speaking at ISE 2020
Along with having an array of educationally beneficial conferences, ISE 2020 will have an even more diverse array of keynote speakers. Over the years, ISE has had many great keynote speakers. One notable example includes futurist/scientist, Michio Kaku, who is a recognized expert in Einstein’s unified field theory with unparalleled skill in predicting trends affecting business, commerce, and finance. At ISE 2016, Michio Kaku used the ISE Closing Keynote to outline the path towards ‘perfect capitalism’ in a future he predicts will harbor competition, more convenience, and cheaper efficiency as a result of the changes occurring within the world of technology and how it influences our lives.
Additional speakers that have spoken at ISE include great minds such as:
- Bart Kresa
- Tupac Martir
- Carlo Ratti
- Daniel Lamarre
- Ole Scheeren
- David Rowan
- Lars Thomsen
Duncan Wardle will be giving the opening address at ISE 2020. As Head of Innovation and Creativity at Disney, Wardle led the team that helped to drive innovation across various Disney divisions, including:
As a result of 25 years worth of creative leadership experience, Duncan now delivers keynotes, workshops, and ideation forums all across the world as part of an effort to help businesses unlock their innate creativity and develop a culture that nurtures innovation.
The Origins Of Integrated Systems Europe
For nearly twenty years, ISE has served as the largest AV systems integration show in the world. In the course of its run, it has succeeded in uniting leading technology and solutions providers from all over the globe. ISE’s humble beginnings emerged in the year 2004 when the company first came to fruition. The first edition of the ISE show had been held in Geneva, Switzerland, where it hosted a total of over 120 exhibitors and with 3,500 attendees. This first showing of ISE laid the foundation for many consecutive years of unprecedented growth for the annual show. Last year, ISE 2019 welcomed more than 1,300 exhibitors and over 81,000 visitors to the RAI Amsterdam.
ISE 2020 will have more attendees and exhibitors than ever before, and it will be the final edition to be held in Amsterdam. It is expected to be the largest show in ISE history, which is no surprise given that ISE has achieved universal recognition as the largest AV and systems integration show in the world. It is the European destination for an industry that is truly global. Anyone with a business in any of the many market segments that make up this dynamic industry will surely want to be part of ISE – either as an exhibitor or an attendee.
The ISE 2020 will be a four-day event, which has taken place at the RAI Amsterdam every February. It is organized and run by Integrated Systems Events, which is a joint venture between AVIXA and CEDIA – the two leading industry associations for the global audiovisual industry. ISE also hosts numerous pre-show and at-show conferences, as well as equally showcasing keynote speeches, arranging off-site tech tours, and facilitating numerous networking opportunities.
For more information on ISE 2020, check out www.iseurope.org/