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What not to miss at the RAI from 2-4 February Complete listing of CEDIA and InfoComm education Who‘s exhibiting and where DOOH Business Conference programme Focus on Amsterdam


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Contents 7 Welcome to Integrated Systems Europe 2010

ISE MD Mike Blackman previews the 2010 show, and explains the rationale behind RISE

8 Digital Signage at ISE 2010

New showcases and opportunities cement ISE’s position as Europe’s largest DS event

9 Residential solutions at ISE 2010

This year’s ISE hosts more exhibitors from custom installation and home automation than ever

10 Staging technology at ISE 2010

AV for rental and staging applications is growing in importance – nowhere more so than in the ISE Theatre

11 New technology at ISE 2010

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Nine pages of highlights from the 2,000-plus new products due to be unveiled in Amsterdam

20 ISE show floorplan

Your visual guide to eight halls of the Amsterdam RAI

22 A-to-Z list of exhibitors

With stand numbers for easy cross-reference to the floorplan

26 DOOH Business Conference 2010

Complete programme listings for this industry-defining event, which begins on the eve of ISE

28 Education at ISE 2010

A list of all sessions taking place in Amsterdam, making it easy to plan ahead and book in advance

34 Amsterdam – focus on our host city

How to get there, where to stay, and how to explore its many attractions

36 Online tools from ISE

Make the most of your time at the show with the latest technology

38 About the associations

Find out more about CEDIA and InfoComm International

Venue information: ISE 2010 will take place at the Amsterdam RAI, 2-4 February 2010 Exhibition address: Integrated Systems Europe 2010 Amsterdam RAI Europaplein 2-22 NL 1078 GZ Amsterdam Postbus 77777 NL 1070 MS Amsterdam T: +31 (0) 20 5491212 F: +31 (0) 20 646 44 69

Opening hours: Tuesday, 2 February, 2010 | 10:00 - 18:00 Wednesday, 3 February, 2010 | 9:30 - 18:00 Thursday 4 February, 2010 | 9:30 - 16:00 Note: The Digital Out Of Home Conference will take place on Monday, 1 February and conclude on Tuesday, 2 February, 2010.

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It’s time to RISE… Welcome to the first edition of RISE, the official preview magazine of Integrated Systems Europe 2010. From 2-4 February 2010, the Amsterdam RAI will once again host a record-breaking tradeshow for Europe’s professional AV and electronic systems integration industry. We expect more exhibiting companies, more attendees, more education sessions and more net-working opportunities than ever before, and with so much activity now taking place to vie for visitors’ attention, we felt the need to broaden the scope of our traditional Visitor Brochure into the magazine you hold in your hands now.

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Why an official magazine…? As the pace of innovation in the AV business continues to hot up, the number of companies making major product announcements at ISE just grows and grows. Publishing RISE enables us to throw the spotlight on some of these new products, all of which are new to Europe, some previously unseen anywhere in the world. Of course, in a magazine such as this, we can never hope to cover every new product launch that will be on offer in Amsterdam. For one thing, space is limited. And for another, some exhibitors prefer to keep their latest developments under wraps until the show itself. But we hope we have been able to assemble a package of product news that whets your appetite, and gives you a flavour of the event to come.

Why RISE…? Since its launch in 2004, Integrated Systems Europe has soared in importance, in parallel with our continent’s AV industry. Our event has helped to drive growth by providing a platform for the forging of new business partnerships, as well as giving our exhibitors an unrivalled market to which they can promote their solutions. ISE 2009 broke all records just as the economic storm clouds were gathering, and I believe that ISE 2010 will have a similarly positive effect on the AV business climate in Europe. Our industry is creative, hard-working and, through the ingenuity of its engineers and designers, able to embrace new opportunities presented by technology and market trends alike. As the economic climate warms up again, we are poised to ‘RISE’ to the occasion.

Why ISE 2010…? There has always been far more to Integrated Systems Europe than a tradeshow, and this year is no exception. On the following pages you’ll find full programme details of our second DOOH Business Conference – which, as last year, begins on the day before ISE itself. There’s also a day-by-day guide to education sessions, an outline of some of the show floor’s special features, and a few points worth noting about Amsterdam, a city that has proved itself to be such an agreeable host for our industry. I hope you enjoy flicking through this inaugural issue of RISE, and look forward to welcoming you to Amsterdam in February.

Mike Blackman Managing Director Integrated Systems Events Platinum Sponsors

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Digital signage at ISE 2010 With more than half of ISE’s 500-plus exhibitors showing products with digital signage applications, the event will again be comfortably Europe’s largest DS tradeshow. In 2010, there will be even more ways for attendees to experience the latest signage solutions…

Launched in 2009 to huge industry and media acclaim, ISE’s Digital Signage Hall returns to Hall 12 for 2010 with another breathtaking line-up of new signage solutions. Located within the Amsterdam RAI’s striking new Elicium building, this Hall acts as a showcase for innovations in display, signal management, content distribution and control, in a relaxed and well-lit environment perfectly suited to the application. In an exciting new development, delegates to the second DOOH Business Conference (see below) will be invited to a ‘sneak peek’ preview of this Hall on the evening of Monday, 1 February. This preview will be part of a VIP Reception available exclusively to Conference delegates, and will offer them the chance not just to view some of the latest signage technology, but to network with vendors and their distributors. In response to popular demand, for 2010 a second Digital Signage Area has been created in Hall 10 of the RAI. Among the special features here are the ISE Digital Signage Showcase, where attendees can see a range of content distribution and display products working together; a demonstration of the ‘RAI Live!’ digital signage network being worked on in real time as content for the screens on the show floor is amended and scheduled; and the ISE Blogger Lounge, sponsored by the DailyDOOH.

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Education highlight: Screen placement trends in digital signage, 14:00–15:30, Tuesday 2 February As part of its extensive education programme at ISE 2010, InfoComm International presents a 90-minute session on current trends in the placement of digital signage in retail environments and addresses the question: ‘What is effective screen placement?’ The session will examine challenges, opportunities and success stories, and will look at content as well as logistics. For more information go to page 29.

Learn more about the digital advertising revolution at the 2010 DOOH Business Conference, 1–2 February After its successful debut in 2009, the DOOH Business Conference returns to ISE this year with a must-see programme of briefings from industry experts in the fields of creative content, network management, technology deployment and aggregation, among others. The first DOOH event to truly consider the past, present, and future of digital advertising, this year’s Conference is being presented by ISE in association with Invidis Consulting and OVAB Europe. For more information go to page 26.


Residential solutions at ISE 2010 With more companies showing products with residential applications than ever before, ISE is now firmly established as the European tradeshow for custom installation, home AV and building automation… From the latest in HD and 3D projection systems to multi-room audio, from lighting control and security to screens, furniture and mounts, ISE’s Residential Solutions Area has it all. Conveniently located at the junction of Halls 1, 4 and 5 of the Amsterdam RAI, this part of ISE has as its centrepiece the headquarters booth of CEDIA, the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association – one of ISE’s two supporting not-for-profit bodies and the location for a wide range of education sessions, many of them FREE to attend. As in 2009, this Area will also feature the Home Cinema Europe booth – a unique showcase in which products from a range of different companies can be seen, heard, and even felt, all working together in a compelling and ultra-realistic home-theatre environment. In total, more than 50 of the world’s top custom installation and home AV brands will be represented in the Residential Solutions Area in 2010. But, for those in the business of systems integration in the home, there will be far more to ISE 2010 – with over 100 additional exhibitors elsewhere on the show floor showing products relevant to home system control, distribution, automation and display.

Education highlight: CEDIA’s TCP/IP for integrators, 09:45–12:45, Thursday 4 February More and more systems, equipment and media are converging to work over a simple, reliable and elegant IP network. Taught in English and not ‘geek speak’, this session is suitable for anyone who wants to embrace the inevitable and start leveraging all these new IPenabled products in ways that are logical, deliver high performance to the end user, and increase profit margins for the installer. For more information go to page 31.

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Staging technology and the ISE Theatre As the convergence between video and lighting gathers pace and network distribution becomes the norm, staging technology is gaining a higher profile at ISE – with a custom-built Theatre on the show floor as a focal point…

Large-screen projection, high-power audio, LEDbased video solutions and network technology lie at the heart of a revolution in AV for rental and staging applications. ISE has acted as a showcase for many of these technologies and 2010 will be no exception, with many new exhibitors from the fields of professional audio, automated lighting, and multi-image processing, to name just three. Acting as the focal point for some of these developments, the ISE Theatre returns to Hall 10, providing a unique event space within the show floor where attendees can learn about the latest trends in AV system design for rental and staging, along with sessions on collaborative conferencing, the design of future-ready homes, and much more. All sessions are free to attend, but remember – arrive early to be guaranteed a seat at the event of your choice, as demand for places often exceeds supply.

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ISE Theatre highlight: InfoComm reveals results of first-ever global AV industry survey, 10:00–11:45, Wednesday 3 February InfoComm’s global Market Definition and Strategy Study (MDSS) is the first of its kind to size the worldwide market for AV products and services, with results divided into five regions. Attend this session and be among the first to discover the true scope of the marketplace, its regional variations, and the trends that will drive its future growth.

Check out the latest ISE Theatre programme at www.iseurope.org


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New technology highlights at ISE 2010 Integrated Systems Europe is now firmly established as a major launch platform for ground-breaking new AV products. More than 2,000 new items of hardware and software will be launched in Amsterdam on 2–4 February, and over the next eight pages RISE presents sneak previews of some of them…

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HDMI 1080p Broadcaster-HDMI over IP with IR Pass-Thru By leveraging the mature existing standard LAN (Local Area Network), Aavara new released HDMI 1080p broadcaster with IR Pass Thru delivers streaming up to 1080p HD video, to almost unlimited displays, a flexible, scalable and low cost signage solution. It can be co-existed with local area network and devices to eliminate extra/dedicated signage infra- structure works and cost. Just connect HDMI video source like Blu-Ray/DVD player, Sony PS3, Microsoft XBox 360, Set top box, Satellite Receiver or PC with HDMI output to LAN with Sender, and connect all displays with Receiver to LAN as well, Plug and Play and no configuration required.

produces more than 20,000 hours of steady light intensity at up to 3,000 ANSI Lumens. The operating costs will drop dramatically because there are no follow-up costs of changing a lamp. And the environment profits as well: because the new light source is absolutely mercuryfree. These great new energysaving projectors need less than one watt of electricity in standby mode, thus easily fulfilling the new EU standards that come into effect in 2010.   As with many notebooks, selected models from the new CASIO projector series now support the WXGA widescreen format as well – thus offering a 16:10 experience. The new light technology guarantees brilliant colour reproduction, and data transmission is also possible through USB 2.0 or WLAN. A HDMI port allows a pure digital connection with different remote replay machines and ensures optimal picture quality. Another great feature of the new projectors is a 2x optical zoom. CASIO projectors are ideal for business trips as well as for presentations both in and out of the office.   Visit us at ISE 2010 stand 4034 in Hall 04.

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Opus by Analog Way: Mixer Seamless Switcher with 3 Scalers Designed by Analog Way, Opus (Ref.OPS300) is a new powerful Multi Layer Mixer Seamless Switcher offering a unique combination of useful features. Opus is HDCP compliant and offers 12 direct inputs including 2 fitted with DVI and 2 fitted with SD/HD-SDI. With 6 layers and 3 active scalers, Opus allows displaying up to 2 PIPs on a live background. The product can be used in a Multi Layer Mixer mode as well as in 12 x 2 scaled Matrix mode. 8 still logos and 8 full frames can be recorded in the large non volatile memory of the Opus. To record a show, Opus is equipped with a Video Output card providing SD or HDTV formats in various signals from Composite Video to HD-SDI. An integrated Audio Stereo Switcher features SDI audio de-embedder. To ensure im-pressive yet smooth shows, Opus offers many live effects (keying, PIP animation, smooth move, fade, cut, wipe, slide…). A convenient T-Bar enables perfect seamless transitions. Fully controlled from its own front panel, Opus can also be controlled from its Remote Control Software or from the new Orchestra remote console. Opus comes standard with this wide variety of functionalities offered at the best performance/price ratio.

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New projectors from CASIO with revolutionary light technology At ISE 2010, CASIO will be presenting a new generation of projectors with revolutionary light technology that

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Cloud Electronics will be showing the VTXWM1 Web Monitoring Ethernet Card which is an embedded web server Ethernet option card for its imminent new range of VTX Multichannel Contractor Power Amplifiers. This VTX card host’s its own website providing monitoring and surveillance information about the amplifiers condition and status. The installer would setup the passwords, criteria and monitor settings during installation, allowing access via the web. Making it the lowest cost and simplest monitoring option available, it allows the installer to have 24/7 global surveillance of the amplifiers via the most proven and reliable IP topology. There are no DSP or Audio Distribution functions on the WM1, so no further hardware or complicated Firewall issues exist and remote access is via VPN or Port Forwarding. Multiple amplifiers in a system are configurable using MasterSlave topology. The monitoring features include: Load Monitoring, Input Level Monitoring, Signal Level Indications, Temperature and Level Controls & all user configurable settings. Alarm warnings and status messages are sent via e-mail (or SMS) including a


“Black Box” message if the amplifier was to fail and shutdown; the battery back-up within the card allows it to send a final message and its settings.

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Da-Lite Introduces New Holo Screen Digital Signage Screen

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Editorial: Engineered and designed to address the need for custom sizes in digital sign installations, Holo Screen is an upgrade from the previous holographic film available from Da-Lite. Designed specifically for high ambient light environments and point-of-sale applications, the new Holo Screen is now available in sizes up to 108 x 300 inches (275x762 cm) meeting the increased demand for ever larger digital signage in the commercial and retail markets. For use with virtually any projector, the new Holo Screen allows architects, AV consultants and integrators to design and install custom sized screens for specialty retail, office lobbies, airports and other high traffic commercial and retail locations. Featuring a projection angle from 18 to 35 degrees, a generous viewing angle and a 4.0 gain, the net result is a remarkably bright and clear image, even in brightly lit environments. All other light – such as sunlight and other sources of ambient light – is ignored making it ideal even for retail shop windows. Additionally, the transparency of the Holo Screen allows an image to be projected while letting the viewer see through the screen at the same time. The new Holo Screen represents a terrific value with a price point that is approximately 50 percent lower than other holographic materials.

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Elite Screens’ Raptor, the ultimate in non-invasive custom projection screen innovation

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Elite’s Raptor is an elegant, free-standing projection screen for installations when wall or ceiling screen placement is not practical. It is a product unparalleled in commercial integration or home theater versatility. It is housed in a fully functional media stand that facilitates a variety of media room functions with its self-contained and aesthetically pleasing design. Raptor utilizes a motorized cross-rising “scissor” mechanism for versatility in placement and convenient integration. It is driven by a tubular motor that has a superior weight tolerance and operational lifespan. Its variable height settings accommodate virtually any home theater environment while the cabinet’s neutral design and aesthetic accentuates the décor of most homes or offices. Elite’s Raptor comes with Cinewhite tensioned 1.1 gain material. It has full diffusion uniformity for maximized audience viewing angles and blackbacking to eliminate light penetration for a brighter and more visible image. Elite’s Raptor provides a wide variety of control options for increased flexibility. Each unit comes with a 5-12V wireless trigger, and radio frequency (IR/RF) remotes and receivers for a complete wireless operational package. Elite Screens’ Raptor is priced starting at $4899 USD.

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Reply® Ativa delivers a professional ‘touch’ to audience voting events Reply® Ativa is a scalable professional audience response system. Fleetwood’s new WRS8200 wireless keypad employs a large 3.2 inch color touch-screen that displays fully customizable key/button responses for any given Q&A interaction. Text response is available using an onscreen QWERTY keyboard or SMS-style buttons. Smart card support is included for secure user registration and data logging.

multi-channel analogue audio functions. NAD will also expand MDC-ready components beyond their traditional purpose by offering modules with advanced multi-zone control functions and other new advanced technologies. MDC is featured on NAD’s T 785, T 775, and T 765 A/V Receivers, its T 175 Surround Sound Tuner Preamplifier, and on the Masters Series M15HD Preamplifier. Visit NAD at Booth 4N50, Hall 4.

In operation, an Ativa base station plugs into a PC’s USB or Ethernet port, from where it forms a private 2-way RF link with up to 15,500 keypads in a room at a range of 150 meters. Using an advanced, patented synchronized polling method and a frequency hopping RF protocol with Wi-Fi avoidance, the base ‘sweeps’ a venue to time synchronize and collect every single keypad’s response in seconds. The Ativa system is controlled by software that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft PowerPoint. This allows presenters or meeting technicians to easily create audience polling slides and, in runtime, immediately display the live results of the interaction – both to the audience via a projector or display, and to the individual participant via the Ativa keypad’s screen. Applications include shareholder voting sessions, training and education seminars, auctions, or any other group setting where immediate feedback is desired.

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NAD Modular Design Construction Change, upgrade, customize. It’s that simple Winner of the prestigious reddot award for Product Design, NAD’s innovative Modular Design Construction (MDC) fights the technology lag that plagues consumer electronics. Available on select NAD A/V Receivers and Preamp Processors, this upgrade solution features input circuitry on easily removable modules to add, change, or customize features and capabilities as they become available. MDC offers unprecedented flexibility, enhanced performance, and simplified service. MDC provides long-term value. With the ability to offer multiple variations of the same standard chassis, MDC gives consumers the option of spending only on the features they will use. It also allows consumers to maintain their initial investment by upgrading to new technology when they want, and at a fraction of the cost of replacing the entire component. MDC upgrade modules cover digital audio and HDMI, component and analogue video, and two-channel and

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PSB Speakers Imagine Series Real Sound for Real People

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One look at PSB’s Imagine Series of speakers and it’s hard not to fall in love. With sensual curves and sweeping lines, Imagine redefines how a loudspeaker should look. Imagine is more than just a pretty face, reproducing the most natural, dynamic, and accurate sound. These loudspeakers offer high-end performance that rivals much more expensive speakers, with the reviews and awards to back them up. The four Imagine models share a common driver family with a very highoutput woofer and an impressively accurate titaniumdome tweeter. Innovative cabinet construction provides seamless, solid, and acoustically inert enclosures, featuring individually cathedral-matched, handfinished wood veneers. The Imagine curves are both aesthetically pleasing and functional by stiffening the cabinets and minimizing acoustic resonances inside. Critical to the development of the Imagine Series is PSB’s dedication to psychoacoustics research conducted at the advanced scientific facilities of the National Research Council Canada, home to one of the world’s most sophisticated acoustical laboratories and anechoic chambers. The series consists of the three-driver, two-and-ahalf-way full-range Imagine T tower; the two-way Imagine B bookshelf; the dual-woofer, horizontal twoway Imagine C centre-channel speaker; and the dual-two-way, selectable dipole/bipole/dual-channel monopole Imagine Surround. Visit PSB at Booth 4N50, Hall 4.


See the New Forté A-BUS Active Indoor/Outdoor Wall Mounted Speaker on Stand 1EF49

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Aldous Systems (Europe) Ltd launches the Forté ABDW5, A-BUS/DIRECT WALL, an active + passive pair of speakers with its high powered learning remote keypad and wall cradle, making it a huge success for both outdoor and indoor use. that rivals much more expensive speakers, with the reviews and awards. The introduction of the new 5.25” A-BUS/direct wall digitally, amplified loudspeaker even further expands the A-BUS family of multi-room audio products, greatly simplifying installation and reducing overall cost. Requiring only a single Cat5 from the hub to the active speaker, it eliminates the need for long runs of speaker cable ensuring the delivery of high quality audio signal. The speakers are fully weather and UV resistant providing a superb installation for outdoor alfresco entertaining. Outdoor active speakers require the ultimate user control in sunlight and Forté with its recent release of the high powered emitter in the ABR43 learning remote keypad exceeds all expectations for outdoor use. Only A-BUS with its simplistic, plug-nplay approach provides a wall cradled, keypad mounted at the kitchen light switch, or when used as a hand held remote, can stick to a fridge (magnetised) then taken outdoors for complete fingertip control directly to the speaker. www.aldoussystems.co.uk

Lutron shows Energy Suite for the first time at ISE 2010

buildings and entire campuses throughout corporate, industrial and public sector facilities, depending on an organisations specific requirements. Some of the commercial products included in the Energy Suite that will be on show at ISE include Lutron’s new Radio Powr Savr™ and Rania® Wireless RF Switch, the GRAFIK Eye (DALI) QS Wireless (multi-zone control unit) and Lutron’s Energi Savr Node QS.

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Also on the stand at ISE will be Lutron’s renowned range of residential electric and daylight control solutions including HomeWorks, GRAFIK Eye QS, Sivoia QS and the newly launched Pico. For more information on the Lutron’s Energy Suite visit stand 4N70 at ISE 2010 or go to www.lutron.com/ globalenergysolutions

NextWindow, bringing interactivity through optical touch screens

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Since 2000, NextWindow has been developing optical touch screen technology for displays, kiosks, and interactive whiteboards starting at 30 inches up to 120 inches. NextWindow touch screen overlays have been deployed in thousands of commercial and business computing environments worldwide. Systems integrators and resellers consistently choose NextWindow for the performance and ease of integration of its screens and its proprietary multi-touch technology. NextWindow‘s customers also benefit from high-

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Lutron Electronics Co. Inc., experts in light control, is pleased to show products from its new Energy Suite alongside its renowned residential systems for the first time at ISE 2010. The company’s newly launched fully scalable Energy Suite, has been developed to offer significant energy saving potential and sustainability in both new and retrofit commercial and residential spaces. Lutron’s Energy Suite is fully scaleable and can control light levels and usage across multiple floors, whole

quality customer service and technical support, and NextWindow’s advanced manufacturing facilities including offices in Southeast and North Asia. Multitouch gestures, supported for the first time in a major operating system with the release of Windows 7, enable users to pan or zoom images using simple pinch-andswipe techniques.   NextWindow‘s latest large-format product is the 2700 Series. This lightweight overlay is an end-user installed panel with adjustable straps that transforms an existing display into a high performance touch screen. The NextWindow 2700 touch screen overlay allows users to take advantage of native Windows 7 multi-touch features on a large-format display. Designed for screens of 30 inches up to 82 inches, the NextWindow 2700 Touch Overlay is ideal for public-facing applications such as digital signage, mall directories, and classrooms.

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Slimmer is the winner for screen wall mounting  

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Peerless is launching a new range of articulating and tilting Slimline wall-mounts at ISE, adding to the awardwinning, world’s slimmest, flat-to-wall products that were introduced earlier in the year. These products are the perfect complement to the latest generation of super-thin panels, ensuring the lowest profile mounting and thereby saving the maximum space in any installation.

commercial-grade 46” LCD panels with breakthrough narrow-bezel characteristics resulting in just a 7.3mm pixel-to-pixel gap between screens. Architected by Planar’s video wall industry experts, Clarity Matrix makes the most of LCD technology’s slim profile and vibrant visual performance while easing the difficulties in achieving perfect alignment, optimal cooling and simplified service and extended operation.

There are two fully articulating Slimline mounts suitable for 32-46in and 37-56in screens respectively, which both retract to position the screen less than 30mm from the wall. Full extension of over 600mm provides the ability to pivot the screen through a full 180 degrees. Peerless also has two new ultra-slim tilting flat panel mounts that offer the versatility of up to +17.5° forward and -5° backward tilt to ensure the ideal viewing angle even when the screen is positioned above or below eye level. These models incorporate an innovative extension feature enabling sufficient space for hands-free installation and easy access to the rear of the screen. “The flat-to-wall products in the Slimline range set a new standard in discrete wall-mounting,” says Gordon Dutch, Managing Director of Peerless-AV Europe. “However, the addition of tilt and fully articulating models provide added flexibility for installers and presents an ultra low-profile solution for any situation.”

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Clarity Matrix LCD Video Wall System For customers who need a nearly seamless video wall and uninterrupted operation, the Clarity™ Matrix is the ultra-thin bezel LCD video wall system that provides outstanding tiled visual performance, flexible installation and configuration, and features superior reliability and serviceability. Unlike other products, Clarity matrix combines an ultra-thin profile and unique tiling optimization features in an integrated, mission-critical system design. Clarity Matrix features

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Clarity Margay II Rear-Projection Video Wall Display

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The Clarity™ Margay II is the next-generation Margay rear-projection video wall display for seamless, high definition video walls and banners. Ideal for digital signage and space-constrained control room environments, Clarity Margay II features DLP® technology with 1920x1080p resolution and Brilliant Color™ for superior HD video performance, impressive vibrant color and high brightness. Unique features like electronic uniformity correction and Set it and Forget it (SiFi™) auto color and brightness balance ensure optimized video wall brightness and color matching performance and produce an impressive seamless image across a video wall of Clarity Margay II’s. Clarity Margay II features a narrow profile of only 18” deep with front and rear service-ability. The modular component design an solid state alignment make set-up and service quick and easy. Clarity Margay II also features Planar’s industry-leading seamless screen design which ensures a rigid, flat surface and a bracketing system that minimizes mullions and allows for curved video walls.


PMC, worlds leading loudspeaker manufacturer showcases DS-001 Micro amp and range

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PMC will be exhibiting its newly launched DS-001, a compact, highly adaptable, 200W cutting edge, audiophile Class D, power amplifier with world beating audio performance. Measuring only 130 x 215 x 41 mm, the DS-001 power size and power weight ratios are unequalled and effectively bullet-proof construction ensures superb reliability with audio performance belying both its size and weight. The ultra compact dimensions enable the unit to be used in free standing, rack mounted, wall mounted, or speaker mounted configurations, enabling the highly effective ‘powerpacking’ of any number of compact monitor designs, especially useful for free standing surround sound, or console mounted monitor positioning. Accessories include a rack mount kit that creates up to eight individual channels.

We focus on innovative tab tensioned projection screen for the following reasons: – Always a guaranteed flat projection surface. – A tensioned projection surface can withstand changes in temperature and humidity better than a non-tensioned surface. – The resilience of the tensioned material will result in an even longer life cycle of the product. – When detail in projection is important a per- fectly flat tensioned surface is necessary.

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What is special about the Projecta tab tensioned projection materials? We use special non-supported materials that are specifically designed for this application. Every size has its own parabolic shape to achieve the best result. This calculation also holds future tensioning into account when defining the curvature, so the screen material stays flat over years to come.

PMC is also introducing bespoke printed speaker grilles to compliment the wafer series of on-wall loudspeakers.  The acoustically transparent, printed speaker grilles offer style and individuality to any home and its entertainment system.  All grilles are fully interchangeable with a range of image styles. A varied selection allows the user to adopt a new room theme to suit the mood and enhance any interior.   Also showcasing – the new fact® series, i-series, wafer™ in/on walls, the new activated TB2S-AII, and a pre-release model from the PMC Active range on stand 11i31. www.pmc-speakers.com

www.fact-speakers.com

QuadraTM makes room for meetings

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Manufactured in the UK by Quadra Concepts, Quadra is a revolutionary new concept in communication facilities. It provides instant, private space for videoconferencing, quality meetings or secure monitoring activities – with no structural work!

Projecta introduces the new Tensioned Descender (RF) Electrol

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Projecta has been focusing on ceiling recessed projection screens for a number of years and the Descender (RF) Electrol has proven its value as an attractive and functional built-in projection screen. When a screen is needed but not visible until it is used, the electrically operated Descender is an excellent solution. Now the Descender (RF) Electrol is available in a tab tensioned version. With a parabolic tab tensioned projection surface, the Tensioned Descender (RF)Electrol provides a high quality and perfectly flat viewing area every time it is integrated. Why Tensioned?

Freestanding and equipped with your preferred system components, Quadra can be assembled and operational within 48 hours in an open plan area, atrium, office or warehouse. The unique Quadra design allows for multiple unit configurations and can be finished in your corporate colours if required. – Quick, easy & clean installation – State of the art AV equipment pre-installed – Private, comfortable & durable design – Soundproofed & temperature controlled – Optional networked room scheduling system – Optional bespoke finishes & company branding – Unique shape allows for multiple unit configu- ration The partition and roof panels are delivered in made to measure modular units, eliminating intrusive noise and dust during installation and keeping office disruption to

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a minimum. Quadra is not reliant upon the existing environment and can be supplied with integral floor and solid ceiling options. Easily de-mountable, the unit can be moved and re-sited. Building consent is not generally required and if removed is not subject to building dilapidations.

TECHNOLOGY

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RTI’s T1-B Universal System Controller The Tall Cool One The T1-B universal controller is a sleek remote that offers intuitive, customizable control in a sexy design worthy of any home or office environment. The second generation of RTI’s popular T1 universal system controller, the T1-B gives installers the sophisticated functionality of more expensive touch screen controllers at a much lower price point. The T1-B combines all other factory remote controls into one simple, ergonomic interface that provides powerful, one-handed operation. Featuring 40 assignable keypad buttons that can be individually programmed to control devices or execute multistep macros, it delivers reliable control for electronic systems of any size. For more intuitive control, the unit offers eight source and four general-purpose keypad buttons with interchangeable key labels. The controller is easily programmed with RTI’s proprietary, award-winning Integration Designer® software, and it integrates with virtually any third party component, along with RTI’s entire family of products. When other RTI devices are employed, the T1-B is capable of RF transmission through walls and cabinets, RS-232 control, contact closures, power sensing, and much more.

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Like never before, the T3-V places powerful, stylish control in the palm of your hand. The T3-V is more than just a universal remote control – it’s an expandable control system. When used with the available RTI automation devices, the T3-V is capable of bi-directional communication using ZigBee® RF technology, allowing feedback from compatible devices such as music servers, environmental controls and even web-based information services such as weather forecasts.

3B98 Structured Cable Products, 3B96 Inc, highlighting several innovations Structured Cable Products, Inc is again “turning heads” with their new line of Swivel-Head HDMI cables (SPP Part# 947-xx). Available in lengths of 3, 6, 10, and 15 feet, these SwivelHead HDMI cables have connector heads on both ends that rotate up to 180 degrees. This allows for a more professional “flush look” on the HDTV wall mount and also removes any pressure on the HDMI connection. The SCP Swivel-Head HDMI cables are HDMI v1.3 compliant and have 24k gold connectors. A new addition to Structured Cable Products, Inc. line of Crestron* compatible cable is their NEW SCP Digital M Cable (SCP Part#: Crest-DM-CBL). This cable is compatible with the Crestron Digital Media* system. SCP manufactures this cable to exacting standards. For more information on this cable and the complete line of SCP Crestron* compatible cables, visit the SCP website at http://www.scpcat5e.com/cables controlcable/control_crestron.php. SCP maintains a European distribution center in the Netherlands.

The T1-B features an extremely wide IR transmitting frequency range of 15 kHz to 460 kHz. The controller’s integrated tilt switch, coupled with a Lithium-ionbattery and charging dock, ensure hours of uninterrupted control. www.rticorp.com

Just added to the SCP line of EZ-45 crimp tools is their new EZ-45 Professional Crimp Tool (SCP Part #: EZTool-Pro) which is a heavier duty crimp tool. This tool is ideal for easy crimping of the EZ-45 Cat6 plugs.

RTI’s T3-V Universal System Controller – A Powerhouse of Control

The SCP EZ-45 connector system simplifies twisted pair terminations assuring perfect termination every time. SCP provides EZ Crimp plugs for Cat5e, Cat5e Shielded, and Cat6 terminations.

Representing the pinnacle of elegance, the T3-V is the second generation of the award-winning T3 handheld system controller. Wrapped in a new contemporary design, the T3-V adds a host of new features that take control to a whole new level.

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The T3-V’s 3.5-inch touch screen offers a razor sharp display. The full VGA-resolution, high-contrast LCD display allows the T3-V to showcase graphics, photos, and Web pages in astonishing life-like detail. Wireless Ethernet and built-in Web browser allow users to access Web pages, IP-addressable devices, and utilize IP control for Web-based integration applications. Fifteen assignable keypad buttons can be programmed to control devices, while an assortment of hard buttons provides tactile feel and control of commonly used functions, including a three-way rocker switch for scrolling list navigation.

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11C56 SVS Heightline: height ajustable mounting solutions and Focus Touch LCD With our complete range of height adjustable mounting solutions for Interactive Whiteboards, you can add important functionalities and ergonomics to your meeting or classroom. You can expand your standard Interactive Whiteboard into a multi-functional teaching tool, flexible in height and location. They have been designed to fit the best selling models IWB like Smart Board, Promethean and Hitachi and our own Focus Board! The program consist of a (moveable) spring mechanism, a column system and an electrical swivel system. With optional enamel steel wings you can easily expand your working surface by 4 m2. Focus Touch LCD – Control your computer with your fingertip through the LCD monitor. Write and erase, and load trusted programs like Word, Excel and Powerpoint with one finger. The Focus Touch program is a complete series of Full HD LCD screens in the range of 32” up to 65”, with built-in Infrared touch option. All components used are of industrial quality and built to last. With a life expectancy of 50.000 hours these monitors will last decades! Solid metal casing and the absence of moving parts makes these monitors durable and maintenance free. You no longer need a projector nor any linked products. Hook up the LCD monitor to your computer or laptop and get started immediately!

European debut of 4-Window DVI-I Multiviewer from TV One

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display one of ten user loadable images stored in Flash Memory, in place of an input. The unit’s internal technology allows for bi-directional scaling between a multitude of resolutions (including custom resolutions) as well as additional advanced features such as Seamless Switching, Genlock, Mixing, Chromakey and Lumakey. Precise keying (at pixel level) of any window can be achieved and faded in and out.

Unitech Systems introducing unique ideas!

NEW TECHNOLOGY

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Unitech Systems introduces the PLCV2 series of ceiling lifts for projectors and the FPWMRT-1.2L wall mount for flat panels.Both products are characterized by exceptional stability while moving and cover a wide range of needs because of their flexibility. PLCV2 series of lifts offer up to 82cm drop distance with silent and smooth motion, completely sealed mechanism and exceptional accuracy of up & down positions at all times. Its unique design includes the use of stripes instead of metal wires, thus avoiding messing up during winding. Creatively designed and produced with high quality materials, PLCV2 series lift make projection possible everywhere. FPWMRT-1.2L wall mount is suitable for flat panels up to 50” and offers maximum expansion of panel’s back side from wall up to 90cm, together with perfect stability, rotation by two axes and cable dispensing. Easy to install and use, FPWMRT-1.2L mount satisfies the most demanding needs. Both products are produced by Unitech Systems with the unique use of heavy duty linear drives that guarantee excellent performance in motion, while making no discount in aesthetics. Unitech Systems aims to satisfy the needs of a/v market with products and solutions that optimize the use of audiovisual equipment, while supporting their installation.

TV One will be demonstrating their new 4-Window DVI-I Processor on stand 3B90 during ISE 2010. Based on the exclusive award-winning CORIO®2 Technology, the C2-6104 is the first offering from a new range of CORIOview Multiviewers from TV One which also includes a 3G-SDI version. When used on its own the C2-6104 includes five digital or analog DVI-I inputs allowing 4 windows of any size and position to be placed on one screen. The fifth input can be used as another full-size and un-scaled background image or it can be used to cascade multiple CORIOview Multiviewers together, adding four more windows per unit. Coloured borders and source labelling are provided for each window and ten user defined presets allows for the quick recall of customised settings for various applications. Four integral Still Image Stores can

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Exhibitors A-to-F The ISE 2010 exhibitor list, arranged alphabetically

3C! Vidision 3D Peception 42media services GmbH A.D.J. Supply Europe Aavara Innovation Corp Abi China Limited ABtUS Singapore Pte Ltd. Acclaim Lighting ACE Plus Corp Active Thermal Management AD Systems BV Adder Technology Adeo Group ADTEC Digital AF Electronics GmbH & Co.KG AGATH SARL Albion Design and Fabrication Albiral Display Solutions Alcons Audio Alcorn Mc Bride Aldous Systems Altoona AMC Baltic Amina Technologies AMX Analog Way Apantac APO International (HK) Co. Ltd. Aquavision Arbor Media Arclite Optronic Corp. Armour Home Electronics Arthur Holm Asheridge Communications ASL Intercom B.V. Ateis Atlantic Technology ATON Atrium Audac Audica Professional Audico Systems Audinate Audio Design Associated (ada) Audio SUD AudioControl Audion International AudioNetwork GmbH AudioProf NV Audio-Technica LTD Audipack AV Magazine / AV Europe AV Stumpfl AVDL Nederland Avers Screens Sp. z.o.o. avielo by projectiondesign Avipool Avitech Avocent Deutschland GmbH AVP Axon Digital Design Axonix Corporation axxent e.K Baldwin Boxall Barco Barix AG Basys GmbH Beauty Up Co. Ltd Beijing Leyard Electronic Technology Co. Beijing Really Sun Technology Co., Ltd BenQ Europe B.V. beyerdynamic GmbH & Co KG Biamp Systems Bittner Audio International GmbH Bittree, Inc.

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Bjurab BLiNKBLiNK Bluefox BMB Electronics B.V. Boeckeler Instruments Bosch Security Systems EMEA Boser Technology Co. Ltd. S Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) Br채hler ICS Konferenztechnik AG Brainsalt Media GmbH Bright Light International Lamp BrightSign Brillian Technology Broadata Communications Inc. B-Tech International Ltd. BTX BXB Electronics C&C Technic Taiwan Co., Ltd. Cabletime Ltd. Calibre UK Ltd Camco Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH Canon Europe N.V. Canton Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG Canvys-Visual Technology Solutions, A Division of Richerdson Electronics GmbH Casio Europe GmbH Cayin Technology Co., Ltd. CEA TechHome Mediterraneo CEDIA Celexon GmbH & Co KG Ceymsa Audiovisual, S.A. Chi Lin Technology Co. Ltd Chief MFG Christie Cineak Cinematech Citygrow Clearone Communications CLiKAPAD Clockaudio Limited Cloud Electronics Limited C-Nario Colum Electronics Ind. Corp Comm Product International COMM-TEC Vertriebsgesellschaft GmbH Communications Business Solutions Communications Specialities/CSI Community Professional Loudspeakers Control4 BeNeLux Control4 EMEA Limited Coolux gmbH Covid Inc. Creator Corporation Crestron International CUE, a.s. CUK Audio Curve LED GmbH CYP (UK) LTD D.A.S. Audio Daily DooH Daktronics Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc. Darklight Technology Limited Data Display Solution GmbH & Co. Kg. Dataton Datavideo Technologies Europe B.V. D-BOX Technologies Delta Denon

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Denon Professional deset GmbH DeToma GmbH DIGICo UK Limited Digigram Digit Professional Digital Projection Ltd. Digital Screens with TruMedia Digital Signage Europe Magazine Digital View Digitalzone Co. Ltd Dinitel 2000 S.A. DIS Danish Interpretation Systems DISE Display LED Screens Ltd. DMI Europe dnp denmark as Domeprojection Domotica DOOH Solutions and Services Doremi Draper Inc. DT Research Duran Audio DVIGEAR, Inc. DVS Digital Video Systems AG Dymo Dynalite Europe Ltd. DynaScan Technology Inc. Dysten Ltd. Earthquake Sound easescreen Easylamps E-audio BV & Midas Consoles Benelux Ebode Elctronics Ecler Laboratorio de ElectroAcustica S.A. Edbak Edcom Ltd edding Lega International BV Edigma EIKI Industrial Co., Ltd. E-J Electronics Co. Ltd Ekta ELAC Electroacustic GmbH ELAN Home Systems Elation Professional Electric Sound Benelux Electrosonic Element Labs GmbH Element One Multimedia GmbH Elite Screens Europe GmbH Elmo Europe Epson Europe B.V. Equipson SA ERARD PRO Escient Essential Install Euromet srl Euroscreen SRL Evolution Home Control Expromo Europe Exterity Ltd Extron Electronics Eyevis GmbH Fasttel FatCat FBT Elettronica spa FELDMANN SpeziallampenVertriebs GmbH Fikon Fleetwood Fohhn Audio AG Fortress, Inc Frame Jazz Display Co. Ltd

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EXHIBITORS

The ISE 2010 exhibitor list, arranged alphabetically

friendlyway AG Furman Sound Future Automation G & G Trading International B.V. GDS Gefen Inc. Genelec OY Gerriets GmbH Gesture Tek Ginsbury Electronics Global Cachè, Inc. Goelst Nederland B.V. H3O Kindermann Hagor HAI (Home Automation Inc.) Haivision Hall Research Technologies Hantarex Electronics / Samber Italia S.p.A Harman International Harris HCD Helvar HETEC Datensysteme GmbH Hidden Wires Highlite International Hitachi Europe Ltd HK Audio Home Cinema Europe Home Cinema Modules (Distriland NV) Hotlamps HTE - Home Theatre Environment Humantechnik GmbH Hylex Electronics Co., LTD. Hyundai IT IAG ICM Corporation ICT AG IEI Technology Corp Iemke Roos Audio Ignition-FZ Ihse Ikon AVS ILS IMCCA Imerge In akustik GmbH Co& KG InAVate Infinitus Infitec GmbH InfoComm International Infotraffic Inovadis Installation Europe Intelix LLC Interactive Voting System bv Internet Cafe Interspace Industries ISE DS Showcase ISE Theatre ITAV James Loudspeaker Jetcrown Industrial (Dongguan) Ltd JK Screen JM Supplies Jobetrade Jupiter Systems Just Add Power Just Lamps LTD Kacsa Audio Kaleidescape KEF / GP Acoustics GmbH Kindermann GmbH Kindwin Technology Ltd

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Kingpin Screens Kinoton GmbH Kling & Freitag GmbH Klotz A.I.S. GmbH Komtech Konftel AB Korea Panser System Co., LTD Kramer Electronics Ltd. KV2 Audio L&SI Lab Gruppen AB L-Acoustics Lang AG Leurocom LG Electronics Liberty Wire & Cable Lifesize Communications Lighthouse Technologies Limited Lighting & Sound International Lightware Listen Technologies Litefast 360° Displays LOGOS Av Com s.r.l. Lowell Manufacturing Company Lumens Digital Optics Inc. Lutron EA Ltd Maas Electro Systems Macada Innovision Macnetix GmbH Magenta Research MAGIC Mapro Co., Ltd Marantz Marantz Professional Marshall Elect. Martin Audio Martin Professional A/S MC2 Audio Media Sprint Joachim Gulba e.K. Medialon SA Memedia Meridian Audio Meyer Sound Micro-Star Middle Atlantic Products Midwich Minicom Digital Signage Div. MIPRO Mitsubishi Electric Europe ML Audio + Carbons GmbH MM Musik Media Verlag Mode Lighting ModernSolid Industrial Co., Ltd. Mondiale Publishing Monitor Audio Ltd. Movea-Gyration M-Pro multi-media-machines MultiTouch Ltd Muxlab Navitar Navori NBMI NEC Display Solutions GmbH NEETS Net Display Systems BV NetStreams Neutrik Vertriebs GmbH New Invor Newstar Products Europe NEXCOM International Nexo S.A. NEXTgen Display GmbH NextWindow Ltd. Niko (Conite) Niles Audio Corporation

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NOVA SOLUTIONS INC. NTECH WINDOW FILM NTI AG Nuvo Technologies Oehlbach OMB srl Omega Glas GMBH OmniMount Systems Inc. Omnistream Omnivex Corporation Onelan Limited Ophit Co. Ltd. Optibase Ltd. Opticis Co. LTd Optoma Europe Opus Technologies Oray / Erard Pro Oskareen Out Board TiMax OVAB Palami Panphonics Paradigm Audio Visual Parasound Products inc Paul Clubbe Marketing Limited Peavey Electronics Peerless-AV Europe. Percon Export S.L. PeTa Bearbeitungstechnik GmbH Philips Pronto Philips Public Signage Phoebus Pilote Films Planar Systems Planet Waves PMC Polk Audio Polycom Prase Engineering Premier Mounts Prima Screen Co., Ltd Primare AB Pro Audio Stash Ltd Procab Procolor prodyTel GmbH Professional Lamps UK Limited Projecta bv Projection Screens Limited projectiondesign Prysm Inc. PS Audio Publitec Präsentationssysteme & Eventservice GmbH Pursonic Putron Electronics Limited QOMO HiteVision QSC QS-Tech Xi'an Qingsong Technology Co. Ltd Quadra Concepts RAI Live! Rako Controls Rational Acoustics Rave Europe RBH Sound RDL Europe Reflecta Reprolux Screens ReQuest RESTMOMENT ELECTRON CO., LTD Revolabs Revolver Audio Revox GmbH RGB Communications RGB Spectrum RGG LED

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Exhibitors S-to-Z The ISE 2010 exhibitor list, arranged alphabetically

RJS Electronics Limited Robotel Inc. Roland Systems Group Benelux RSF Europe RSL Europe Audio RTI Runco Russound Sahara Presentation Systems Plc Samsung Electronics SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD. SANYO Sales & Marketing Europe GmbH Sapling Inc. Sapphire Screens Sax 3D Scala Broadcast Multimedia Schneider-Kreuznach Schulte Elektrotechnik GmbH & Co KG Screen Excellence Screen NT Screen Research ScreenLine SEA & SYMPHONY S.r.l. Seeburg acoustic line GmbH Sencore Sennheiser Nederland B.V. Sharp Electronics Europe GmbH Shenzhen Absen Industry Co. Ltd Shenzhen Aoto Electronics Co., Ltd. Shenzhen Createled Electronics Co. Ltd. Shenzhen Kingled Electronics LTD. Shenzhen LAMP Technology Company Ltd Shenzhen Liantronics Co., Ltd. Shenzhen Lucky Optoelectronics Co. Ltd. Shenzhen Mary Photoelectricity Shenzhen Reach Software Technology Co., Ltd. Shenzhen Unilumin Technology Co., Ltd Shenzhen Yaham Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. Shenzhen Zaide Optoelectrics Technology Development Co., Ltd Sherbourn Show Solutions Shure Europe GmbH Sichuan Jiuzhou Photoelectric Technology Co., LTD SIM2 Deutschland GmbH Simply Reliable Software

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Sinolight LED displays Sistema Casa SKB Europe Sky-Lite Holland Smart Home Engineering Corp. SMART Technologies SMART-E Smit Visual Supplies BV SMS Smart Media Solutions Snowhite Display Technology Co. Solteam Opto Sommer Cable GmbH Sonance Sonic Emotion AG Sonic Foundry Inc. Sonic Shock Sonos Europe BV SONUS ® Speaker Craft Spectrum Industries Inc. SpinetiX S.A. Squadrat GmbH Squarehead Technology Stardraw.com Ltd. Stark srl Stealth Acoustics Steljes Group Stewart Filmscreen Corporation Stinova Ltd Streamit BV Structured Cable Products Sun Rise Exact Industrial Co., Ltd Sunfire Sushi Bar SVI Symbicon Ltd. Symetrix Inc. Symon Dacon Syscomtec Distribution AG Taiden Industrial Co., Ltd. Tandberg Tannoy Ltd. Tau Audio Solutions TeamMate Tecco Technomad Tecnovision S.P.A. Televic TELEX RTS Teracue AG- IPTV Systems TLS Communication TM Audio Pixelsource TOA Electronics Europe GMBH Tonar & Allitone

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Tranzendia Limited Triad Speakers Inc. Tributaries Cable TruAudio Turning Technologies Tutondo by ATEC Srl TV One Twinscreen U.S. Commercial Service Unicol Unique Automation Unitech Systems EE Universal Electronics Universal Remote Control Inc. Univision Display Co.Ltd Vaddio Vantage Emea NV Velodyne Acoustics VERTEX SUPPLY CO., LTD. Vicom Vidabox Videlco Europe Ltd. Vioso GmbH Vision Vision AD S.àr.l Vitec Distribution GmbH Vity VIVATEQ GmbH Vivitek Corporation VML Technologies BV Vogels Products Voice-Craft Electronics Co.Ltd Vtron Technologies Ltd. Vueinti Limited VUTEC Corporation Wacom Europe GmbH Waterfall Audio Weibel Lift AG Werkstation Williams Sound Wolfvision GmbH Xantech Xilica Xingo Publishing XTA Electronics/ MC2 Audio X-Way Yamaha Music Europe GmbH Zhangjiagang Redleaf Audio & Visual Equipment Co. Ltd.

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DOOH Conference

The DOOH Business Conference 2010: Learn from the past, prepare for the future The DOOH Business Conference 2010 has been conceived with a clear set of goals and objectives in mind. Comprising three distinct ‘blocks’, the Conference will be the first of its kind to consider first-generation digital advertising rollouts and what can be learned from them. Now in its second year, the DOOH Business Conference has already established itself as a premier networking and discussion summit for Europe’s out-of-home advertising industry. Co-located with ISE, the Conference begins on Monday, 1 February (the day before the show opens) and continues into the morning of the following day. This year, for the first time, the Conference includes a VIP Preview of Hall 12 of ISE (the Digital Signage Hall) on the Monday evening, together with a guided tour of the acclaimed ‘RAI Live!’ digital signage system at the Amsterdam venue after the Conference sessions have concluded on Tuesday, 2 February. Here are five great reasons to register NOW for the DOOH Business Conference 2010:

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1) Discover what worked – and what didn’t – in the first generation of DOOH projects 2) Find out which new technologies will shape the DOOH networks of tomorrow 3) Participate in the setting of new standards for DOOH audience analysis 4) Receive exclusive market data from Invidis Consulting and OVAB Europe 5) Get a ‘sneak peek’ of the Digital Signage Hall at ISE as part of a VIP networking reception The full Conference programme is listed below. For the latest information and to register online (conference fee EUR 749), visit: www.iseurope.org/dooh


DOOH Business Conference programme Monday 1 February, 2010 Block 1: Status Quo & Evolution 1000 - 1015 The Digital Signage Market in Europe Oliver Schwede, Senior Analyst, Invidis Consulting, presents an overview of the DOOH industry today, looking at the latest figures and trends. 1015 - 1045 Preparing the Ground for a European DOOH Industry Dirk Hülsermann, President, OVAB Europe, offers an out look for the business climate in 2010, and how the industry can lobby effectively. 1045 - 1115 A Decade of DOOH – Changes in Technology and Business Models Brian Dusho of OVAB USA provides an overview of how the industry has evolved and why new technologies will drive new business models in the future. 1145 - 1215 LED Billboard Networks for DOOH Jan Huisman of NarComm (Netherlands) examines the effectiveness of digital billboards, the legal restrictions to their implementation in Europe, and technological challenges. 1215 - 1245 DOOH Audience Measurement and Metrics Valery Rochard of Médiamétrie, one of the few companies with hands-on experience of DOOH audience measurement, examines media planners’ real-world expectations for metrics, the obstacles that lie in front of their creation, and the opportunities they will present

Block 2: Past & Present 1400 - 1430 Diversification – The Key to Success Gabriel Faflei, Director of Romania’s Monopoly Media, looks at how diversification and news media sales concepts have underpinned the biggest DOOH network in Eastern Europe. 1430 - 1500 Aggregating Networks – a Boost for Media Sales? Etienne Reignoux, Chief Development Officer, Neo Media Group, looks at how aggregating networks can streamline media planning and enable networks to be sold more effectively. 1530 - 1600 The Evolution of DOOH Eric Penot of JC Decaux presents an overview of how DOOH networks, media sales channels and clients are working together, and how DOOH compares with traditional media in this respect. 1600 - 1630 Harris presentation TBC

1700 - 1730 Microsoft presentation TBC 1730 - 1800 Learning from the Past – Up-to-date Strategies for Success Chris Heap, Managing Director, Imperative Group, analyses some of the first DOOH networks and how their success (or otherwise) will influence future network design and implementation trends. 1800 - 1930 Meet the Industry – an Exclusive VIP Reception Get an exclusive ‘sneak peek’ of the Digital Signage Hall at ISE 2010, discover new technology solutions for DOOH rollouts, and network with contacts old and new at this unique post-session event. Refreshments will be provided.

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Tuesday 2 February, 2010 Block 3: Visions of the Future 0900 - 0930 New Technologies to Change the Future of DOOH Martin Strohbach of NEC Labs (Germany) looks forward to an age of pervasive display networks, real-world internet services for public displays, and context-aware service platforms. 0945 - 1015 Intel presentation TBC 1015 - 1100 From 2009 to 2014: the Irresistible Rise of DOOH Patrick Quinn, President and CEO of PQ Media, a pioneer in alternative media research, presents key findings from the company’s DOOH Media Forecast 2009-2014, supported by regional research results, market share data for different media platforms, and much more. 1100 - 1200 Digital Place-Based Advertising – Overcoming Challenges with New Approaches Pierre Richer, President and COO, NEC Display Solutions of America, looks at the increasing focus on the relevance of the DOOH message, local considerations, and taking dynamic decisions to provide ad content that suits its local environment. 1200 - 1230 Best Practice – Digital Signage at the Amsterdam RAI Bret Baas of the RAI analyses the rationale behind setting up a digital signage information network at a convention centre, the ROI considerations, and the levels of customer satisfaction. 1230 - 1330 ‘RAI Live!’ – an Exclusive Guided Tour Take a guided tour of the Amsterdam RAI’s digital signage network – widely regarded as the most sophisticated system of ist kind currently in use at a European convention centre.

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Training and education at ISE 2010 From the latest in AV technologies to best practice in system design, from market research to selling and marketing your business, ISE’s seminar programme has it all. For more information or to book a session, please visit: www.iseurope.org

Detailed session information Please note: where two prices are given, the lower price is for association members.

Tuesday 2 February, 2010 0900 - 1800 Professional LCD monitors and leading outdoor digital display solutions technologies (G108) Speaker: Till Gotterbarm | Company: Chi Lin Technology Co. Ltd Chilin Display Technology is a leading global supplier of large format industrial LCD monitors to OEM and ODM partners addressing the digital signage, narrowcasting, advertising and public information markets in various vertical segments. On display at ISE will be the full range of large format LCD products and the industry‘s first Super High Bright 2200 nits LCD display. Vertigo Digital Displays is a worldwide leader in outdoor and custom displays. The Vertigo team will demonstrate the successful outdoor universal digital displays in room G108. Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 New 2010 Products (G102) Speaker: Thu Le | Company: Xantech In 2010 custom integrators will be faced with increased opportunities for multi-room audio, video, and control installations. Xantech is introducing products that will support these opportunities and help custom integrators deliver smart, quality system integration. In this course Xantech will introduce its new 2010 residential and commercial products that will be available worldwide, including: - Multi- Room Audio/Video Distribution IP Based Control Systems - Touchpanels - Keypads. Language: English | Price: FREE

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1030 - 1130 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Edwin Bausewein | Company: Extron Electronics The rapid growth of digital technology in the A/V industry presents new challenges and opportunities for the A/V professional. This course will provide essential information about DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and other digital video technologies. You will gain a detailed practical understanding of EDID, HDCP, and Digital Rights Management (DRM). We will cover the impact of digital video on today’s A/V system design and discuss strategies you will need to apply to successfully navigate through the digital transition. Language: English | Price: 60 2 / 90 2 1030 - 1800 Home Cinema Design Workshop (1M70) Speaker: Geoff Meads | Company: CEDIA The technical design for a high performance Home Cinema is not a subjective decision. For every parameter, there is a standard that should be observed in order to offer a truly immersive entertainment experience. This course will examine those standards and give you an insight into the importance of designing cinemas using standards based engineering calculations rather than subjective guesswork. The morning will be classroom based where the instructor will introduce the standards and the engineering skills necessary to apply them. The afternoon will be spent working in small groups applying the knowledge gained in the morning. During the afternoon workshop, a number of additional subject matter experts will be on hand to spend time with individual groups to help with the design. By the end of this course, delegates will understand how applying engineering standards to cinema design ensures a high standard of repeatable performance. Each attendee will have access to CEDIA‘s current Home Cinema Design best practice documents. Language: English | Price: 100 2 / 150 2 1200 - 1330 Technology Trends in Electronic Displays (D204) Speaker: Robert Simpson | Company: InfoComm International

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Cholesteric LCD? Pico projectors? Electronic paper? Organic LED? What are the newest techniques of displaying information and what does the future hold? Join renowned display expert Robert S. Simpson, for this enlightening session covering these and many other display technologies. Discover what level of resolution is really required for various situations and what role contrast plays in these differing delivery schemes. Come prepared to learn and leave better prepared for the future! This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1200 - 1330 Digital Audio Today (D203) Speaker: Roland Hemming | Company: InfoComm International The world of digital audio is ever changing and 2009 has been, in many ways, a watershed year. Four new networking standards have been released and major changes have been made to another. How do you choose the ‚right‘ digital technology that won‘t be obsolete tomorrow? Roland Hemming sets out what technology there is today, what the options are and where the future trends are leading us. This seminar is aimed at anyone with an interest in audio in their business. It will contain some technical information but will also examine the business case behind digital audio. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1200 - 1330 Digital Delivery System (G102) Speaker: Sean Barton | Company: Xantech In this course installers will learn about the installation and application of the Xantech Digital Delivery System, a simple, elegant high-performance multi-room audio solution incorporating digital amplification, and all-digital signal path, and multi-source keypads. Installers that attend this course will learn how the system works, its benefits over current solutions in the industry, and installation best practices. The Xantech Digital Delivery System uses Category-5 wiring for cost-effective, easy installation. Programming is minimal and does not require a PC. Language: English | Price: FREE 1300 - 1400 Benefits of Configurable Control Systems (G107) Speaker: Jan Braams | Company: Extron Electronics Have you ever asked yourself: What does it take to provide powerful control without programming? Can it be done without extensive software training? How do configurable control systems impact project cost in terms of implementation and maintenance? This course provides you with valuable knowledge on how Extron Global Configurator and GUI Configurator can be applied without programming knowledge to not only save development and deployment cost, but also to future-proof your integrated control systems. Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1530 Get started with Pronto... Now! (D301) Speaker: Guy Roels | Company: Philips Pronto Understand how an ever expanding family of Philips Pronto remote controls can satisfy your control needs, from the single room solution to the full blown home automation. Philips Pronto has an elegant solution for you. Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1530 Telepresence: Making the Business Case (D202) Speaker: Eddie Clifton | Company: InfoComm International In this seminar, we‘ll identify and explain the key drivers behind the recent surge in the telepresence/video marketplace. We will examine the reasons why businesses are adopting this technology, discuss lessons learned from major telepresence implementations and take a look at the road ahead for this technology. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: FREE


1400 - 1530 Current Screen Placement Trends in Digital Signage (D204) Speaker: Dale Smith | Company: InfoComm International This presentation delves into the evolution of screen placement in Retail Digital Signage and addresses the question “What is effective screen placement?” We’ll investigate the trend toward bringing messaging and display screens down to eye level and the trend towards product, department and time specific content. From deployment to content, we’ll examine challenges, opportunities and success stories. We’ll explore display placement or „“screen spotting““ as a means to maximize the ROI of any network regardless of size. Real world examples will be shown and discussion will be based on a history of success in Retail Digital Signage deployments. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 DVI, HDMI, and SDI in the AV-Space (D203) Speaker: Claus Lohse | Company: InfoComm International This seminar will tackle the questions: What makes digital signals different? What developments of digital signals are we expecting? What makes the design of digital signal management solutions different? How can we handle things like HDCP? How can we convert different digital signals? What are the possibilities to transmit digital signals? What do you have to look for, when installing digital infrastructures? This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 Commercial Application Overview (G102) Speaker: Rick Seegull | Company: Xantech This course provides an introduction to Xantech Commercial products and their applications, including Hotel/Hospitality AV Distribution and Control, Conference Room / Classroom Control, Digital Signage Control solutions. Participants will learn an overview of the product applications including: Wireless Remotes/Touchpanels; Room controllers for web/ network-based systems; Multi-Zone Audio/Video Distribution Language: English | Price: FREE 1430 - 1530 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Edwin Bausewein | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see 1030 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1600 - 1730 Predictable Performance in Your Projected Display (D204) Speaker: Greg Jeffreys | Company: InfoComm International Learn methods to analyse your display to ensure it will meet client expectations or defined specifications. Quantify the amount of projected light necessary for a clear, high-contrast image and examine how to deal with ambient light. Discover how to measure projectors and screens using meters and learn how to set, describe and measure an excellent result. Learning objectives include: Complete comprehension of all aspects of front and rear projected image quality; learn to use light meters with confidence; learn to use Excel calculators (supplied with course materials) to plan, measure and report on projected image quality. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1600 - 1730 The Future of Video Transport and How it Will Change the AV Market (D203) Speaker: Stijn Ooms | Company: InfoComm International This course analyses the impact of emerging video transport trends and technologies. Discuss how Digital Rights Management, HDCP, and various current and proposed HD formats will affect your installations. Learn where the technology is headed and what this means to you and your customers. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1600 - 1700 Benefits of Configurable Control Systems (G107) Speaker: Jan Braams | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see 1300 - 1400. Language: English | Price: FREE 1600 - 1730 Introduction to the Audio Coverage Uniformity Performance Standard (D202) Speaker: Scott Wills | Company: InfoComm International Learn all about ANSI/INFOCOMM 1M-2009, InfoComm’s first system performance standard approved by ANSI. Learn procedures for measuring spatial coverage and criteria for the design and commissioning of audio systems. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

1600 - 1730 Programming with Universal Dragon and QuickConfi (G102) Speaker: Thu Le | Company: Xantech In this course participant will learn the tools to program Xantech MultiRoom A/V Distribution products: the Universal Dragon software application and QuickConfig. Universal Dragon is the software application that programmers use to configure Xantech products including the MRC88m, SPLCD touchpanels, and others. The software is designed with a userfriendly interface and tools to help reduce programming time during the installation. QuickConfig enables an installer to activate a high-end AV system using only system keypads and touchpanels, eliminating hours of PC programming. Language: English | Price: Free

Wednesday 3 February, 2010 1000 - 1130 The Art of control (D301) Speaker: Guy Roels | Company: Philips Pronto Add great design to your mastery of control. Let Pronto offer you tips to create an elegant, intuitive user interface design for each customer and system. Installers may offer programming with extensive control, but without a well designed user interface, the end user can have a less than satisfactory experience. Come and see what tips and tricks you can use to take your customers control experience to a level of luxury that includes performance as well as a stunning design. Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 AV Signal Management on IT Infrastructure (D203) Speaker: Uwe Röddinger | Company: InfoComm International In this seminar, we‘ll identify the advantage of using IT infrastructure to do signal management. If we take care of some critical parameters, any Fast Ethernet can be used as an AV system. Instead of huge matrix switchers, use professional IT equipment for a much lower price. We will discover the possibilities, strength and weakness of such applications. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 € / 75 € 1000 - 1130 Avoid Costly Mistakes in Your Integration – Tips to Conduct a Thorough Site Survey (D204) Speaker: Paul Nolan | Company: InfoComm International Knowledge of your customer’s requirements is essential for any sale, but for an engineered solution to be successful requires even greater planning and attention to exacting details. Misinformation, miscommunication or just plain misunderstanding can be the cause of extensive and unnecessary installation delays and mounting project costs. The session will identify various issues to be checked, confirmed, and double-checked on a site survey to head off problems before they occur and smooth the path for efficient and profitable installations. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1000 - 1130 Calibration & Colour Matching of Displays (DD202) Speaker: David Aleksandersen | Company: InfoComm International This seminar will guide you through the most important reasons why and when you need to perform a calibration of your display. The seminar covers the theory behind greyscale calibration, colour standards, white points, colour gamuts and the CIE chart as well as the tools and equipment you need to calibrate in a changing AV world with new and exciting illumination sources, such as LED and Laser and the traditional UHP and Xenon lamps. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

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1000 - 1130 Selling to the rich (1M70) Speaker: Steve Moore | Company: CEDIA It can be difficult to engage with some of our wealthy clients and understand their world. This course helps you learn how you can market your business to the right clients, gain their trust and then sell effectively. Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Make contact with suitable decision-makers for large projects and communicate with important team members; Demonstrate their abilities in a concise and engaging way to build trust within the client family and design team; Obtain the information they need in order to specify and sell correct and useful systems; Gain repeat business via relationships built with other companies operating in that marketplace; Demonstrate and describe user experiences that can be reliably delivered. Language: English | Price: 60 2 / 90 2 1100 - 1230 WIC1200 Programming (G109) Speaker: Rick Seegull | Company: Xantech In this course participants will learn about the Xantech WIC 1200, a stand-alone room controller for web/network-based systems. Participants will learn examples on system programming and system design best practices. The WIC 1200 is a stand-alone room controller for networked/web-based control featuring two IR Ports, two Serial Ports, two Contact Closure ports and two Digital I/O ports as well as two Ethernet ports (one with POE) for TCP/IP telnet control with less intrusion into facility IP networks. Language: English | Price: FREE 1130 - 1230 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Edwin Bausewein | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see the 2 February, 1030 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1200 - 1330 How AV Pros Can Communicate with IT Departments (D203) Speaker: Kevin Huysegoms | Company: InfoComm International How is your IT knowledge as an AV Pro? Have you ever experienced issues integrating your AV system in an existing IT network? Or have you had problems configuring multiple Wi-Fi Access Points? This presentation will cover the topics above and discuss solutions to the difficulties that arise when AV and IT collide. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

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1200 - 1330 3D Stereoscopic Imaging (D202) Speaker: David Aleksandersen | Company: InfoComm International Audience members will be treated to an in-depth introduction to today’s stereoscopic 3-D visualisation technologies and will explore a wide range of AV applications. Highlights of the education session include a history of 3-D, active versus passive stereoscopic imaging, enabling technologies such as IR and DLP Link™ LCD shutter glasses, INFITEC wavelength multiplex imaging, ColourCode3D and polarization as well as several other emerging 3-D technologies. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1200 - 1330 The Developing IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) Standard: How it will affect the AV industry (D204) Speaker: Aidan Williams | Company: InfoComm International The emerging IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards specify clock synchronisation and Quality of Service (QoS) network services facilitating the transport of audio and video over digital networks. This presentation will begin by explaining the basic AVB standards: what they are and what they offer. We will discuss what the implications of AVB are as it relates to chip vendors, system suppliers, installers and end users. We will also cover two other standards, IEEE 1722 and IEEE 1733 and how they relate to IEEE 802.1 AVB standard. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1200 - 1330 Basic Programming with Integration Designer (D201) Speaker: Clint Forberg | Company: RTI This training will introduce you to Integration Designer programming software. Designed exclusively to meet the unique programming demands of the custom installation industry, this powerful software is used to program every RTI product. Basic GUI layout, IR control options, and basic macro options will be discussed in this class. RTI is pleased to offer training classes which are approved by CEDIA for continuing education units (CEU). This level of RTI training is approved for .5 CEDIA CEU’s. Language: English | Price: FREE

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1300 - 1430 New 2010 Products (Emerald Room) Speaker: Thu Le | Company: Xantech For further information see the 2 February, 1000 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1700 ProntoScript: infinite control at your fingertips (D301) Speaker: Koen Bruyninckx | Company: Philips Pronto A training for Advanced Programmers only - it is highly recommended that you have experience with a programming language - preferably JavaScript. Pronto engineers will be on-hand to explain how to use ProntoScript extensions to bring 2-way controls to life! Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1800 Digital Signage Enterprise tools & Streaming products (G109) Speaker: David Dalzell, Hugh Coghill-Smith | Company: Onelan Limited The Digital Signage Manager (DSM) is a Web appliance designed to monitor and remotely manage multiple ONELAN digital signage NetTop-Boxes (NTBs). It allows remote configuration, provides monitoring, maintenance and media playout audit reports on groups of NTBs over user-defined periods. ONELAN’s Data Collection Engine is a single box solution for capturing, collating and re-purposing data held in external systems for display on a ONELAN Digital Signage System in graphical form. Other products included in the seminar will be ONELAN’s IPTV Streaming product: a single-box solution for networked delivery and storage of free-to-air video content via Ethernet networks. Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1530 Applying TelePresence Principles (D204) Speaker: Peter Maag | Company: InfoComm International Today’s audio visual challenge is to deliver compelling value added solutions to varied industries. In the conferencing sector, a few vendors have very successfully productised highly integrated telepresence suite solutions based on the perfect blend of audio visual, networking, codec, and management technology. These same ingredients can be brought together to solve specific advanced communication challenges not confined to a pre-defined telepresence suite such as situation control rooms, operating rooms, satellite churches, and connected conference theatres. This session will examine the related ingredients to meet such challenges and deliver differentiated network video solutions. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 LEEDership in AV / IT Design – Understanding the Latest Green Building Standards and Delivering Best Practice to Meet Them (D203) Speaker: Blair Parkin | Company: InfoComm International This session will start by debunking the myths around climate change and put the science into context for a technology audience. The LEED rating system will be explained in detail along with an outline of reasons to use LEED and an examination of how it affects the AV / IT profession. A case study based on the world’s largest green building, the California Academy of Sciences and some practical AV / IT methodology will be presented alongside design tips based on best practice built up over the last 5 years working on green building projects worldwide. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 Solving Real-Life HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort Installation Problems (D202) Speaker: Neta Lempert | Company: InfoComm International HDMI and DVI are digital video formats commonly used in home cinema, PC and AV installations. DisplayPort is an emerging digital format in the PC industry that will make its way into future AV installations. These formats offer extremely high video image quality and other advantages, but since they were mainly developed for one source to one display, they introduce limitations and problems in large-scale AV installations. In this session we will learn how to: convert between the formats, identify problems when using them together with analog formats, send the signals over distance and prevent and solve EDID related issues. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 Intermediate Programming with Integration Designer (D201) Speaker: Clint Forberg | Company: RTI This training will expand on the many programming features available in Integration Designer. Advanced features including RS-232, flags, relay


control, as well as video and voltage sensing will be covered in this class. In addition, the unique programming features of RTI’s latest products will be covered. Whether it is advanced macro development or basic twoway programming, this training will help you master RTI programming. This level of RTI training is approved for .5 CEDIA CEUs. Language: English | Price: FREE 1400 - 1700 Profit - The reason you are in, and stay in this business (1M70 Speaker: Wim G.E. De Vos | Company: CEDIA Developing a personal profit and implementation plan provides the business owner with a framework essential to successfully run a residential systems business. This course will teach participants how to develop a profit plan, and the importance of execution in being successful. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: use Toolbox to develop a profit plan (strategic sales & marketing plan); plan for executing the profit plan; improve and manage margins; correctly select and price core products and services; perform a SWOT analysis of their own business (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) Language: English | Price: 60 2 / 90 2 1430 - 1530 Benefits of Configurable Control Systems (G107) Speaker: Jan Braams | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see the 2 February, 1300 - 1400. Language: English | Price: FREE 1500 - 1630 Digital Delivery System (G102) Speaker: Sean Barton | Company: Xantech For further information see the 2 February, 1200 - 1330. Language: English | Price: FREE 1600 - 1730 Adding Value through Digital Signage (D204) Speaker: Jeff Collard | Company: InfoComm International For system integrators, selling digital signage is not like selling a projector; the requirements are rarely clearly defined, easy to order or install. System integrators can add significant value to their customer‘s business when they provide an engineered solution built around the customer‘s needs. A well planned, well executed digital signage deployment can enhance a business and lower costs through targeted communications. Learning objectives include: learn how to help customers identify business goals for the project; learn how to help customers access real time information within their organisation. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1600 - 1730 Designing and Optimising Sound Systems for Maximum Speech Intelligibility (D203) Speaker: Peter Mapp | Company: InfoComm International The primary purpose of all paging and announcement systems and also of most sound systems is to provide clear, intelligible speech to listeners. Yet many systems fail to do this. This seminar will look at the reasons for this and discuss techniques that can be used for designing intelligible systems and then optimising their performance. The seminar will start by reviewing the background to intelligibility and will then discuss and illustrate the primary factors that affect intelligibility performance such as room reverberation, background noise and system frequency response. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1600 - 1730 Today‘s Fibre Technology: It‘s Time to Think Differently (D202) Speaker: John Lopinto | Company: InfoComm International Fibre optic technology for Pro AV has repeatedly been characterized as „“too delicate““ or „“just not right““ for most every application. This seminar will debunk these myths and demonstrate that today‘s fibre technology and products expand beyond the traditional long-distance requirements to provide economical savings and technical superiority over copper distribution. We’ll do a live demonstration of fibre‘s ruggedness and versatility plus analyse typical applications to compare to copper. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

offer online training classes which are approved by CEDIA for continuing education units (CEU). This level of RTI training is approved for .5 CEDIA CEUs. Language: English | Price: FREE 1600 - 1700 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Edwin Bausewein | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see the 2 February, 1030 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 Calibration & Colour Matching of Displays (DD202) Speaker: David Aleksandersen | Company: InfoComm International This seminar will guide you through the most important reasons why and when you need to perform a calibration of your display. The seminar covers the theory behind greyscale calibration, colour standards, white points, colour gamuts and the CIE chart as well as the tools and equipment you need to calibrate in a changing AV world with new and exciting illumination sources, such as LED and Laser and the traditional UHP and Xenon lamps. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1000 - 1130 RTI Product Line Introduction (D201) Speaker: Clint Forberg | Company: RTI This training will familiarize you with the entire line of control solutions from RTI. From handheld and in-wall controllers, to control processors featuring two-way feedback, RTI offers control solutions to meet the unique needs of the custom integration professional. RTI is pleased to offer training classes which are approved by CEDIA for continuing education units (CEU). This level of RTI training is approved for .375 CEDIA CEU’s. Language: English | Price: FREE

Thursday 4 February, 2010 0945 - 1245 TCP/IP For Integrators (1M70) Speaker: Peter Aylett | Company: CEDIA Our world is changing. More and more systems, media and equipment are converging to work over a simple, scalable, reliable and elegant IP network. This course has been written for anyone who needs to understand how TCP/IP works and how it will change the landscape tof how we do things as an industry. This course is taught in English and not geek speak, and is suitable for anyone who wants to embrace the inevitable and start leveraging all the new IP enabled product out there. By the end of the course you will understand IP addressing, DHCP, static addressing, gateways, DNS and routers. If these are phrases that you cannot currently define, this course is essential. Language: English | Price: 60 2 / 90 2 1000 - 1130 What is HD-SDI and How Can You Use it to Your Advantage in Your AV Installations? (D203) Speaker: Neta Lempert | Company: InfoComm International HD-SDI is a digital video format commonly used in the broadcast market. It offers high image quality, embedded audio, long distance transmission and other features and benefits. In this session we will study the HD-SDI format structure to see how we can use its advantages in AV installations and how to overcome issues that may arise when using together with common AV formats like VGA, HDMI and DVI. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

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1000 - 1130 Application of IP Video for Corporate Video Deployment (D204) Speaker: Peter Maag | Company: InfoComm International This presentation will explore how a single video-over-IP platform can: simplify distribution of live video to computers and set-top boxes across a corporate network, with video coordinated on the desktop and video display; enable creation of scheduled playback channels for enterprise TV and signage; and support video-on-demand services. We’ll examine how features like secure access and convenient control contribute to end-to-end reliability and utility of IP video delivery systems. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

1600 - 1730 Advanced Programming with Integration Designer (D201) Speaker: Clint Forberg | Company: RTI Become a master of the Integration Designer Programming software with this course. Some of the topics discussed in detail in this training will include using multiple central processors, complex flag applications, RS-232, and more GUI layout options. Advanced two-way system programming and system design will be demonstrated. RTI is pleased to

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1000 - 1130 The control panel that changes your world (D301) Speaker: Guy Roels | Company: Philips Pronto Have you ever heard about a touch screen control panel that entertains your customer and makes you money? The elegant Pronto control solution offers your customers an experience beyond expectations, from webcams to sports feeds, from AV systems to infotainment, from games to photo galleries and more. Using re-usable templates and easily added modules, programming time is cut to minutes. Come and see how Pronto, and Pronto Edit Professional 2, opens up a world of possibilities! Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 Use Market Research to Expand Your AV Business (D202) Speaker: Duffy J. Wilbert | Company: InfoComm International Is there anything you can do to make sure your next move into an AV market segment is the right one? This is a common question raised by many. You can take one of two steps to identify the unknowns. Rely on your intuition, or do some research and get the facts. Market research is critical for providing the basic data that will determine if and where you can sell your product or service. This seminar will examine market research currently available in many forms for the AV industry and will show you how to apply the data to your business using case studies for various AV market segments. Materials provided will include executive summaries of some current AV market research, a market research resource guide, and a checklist to use when you plan to expand into a new market. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1000 - 1130 New 2010 Products (Emerald Room) Speaker: Thu Le | Company: Xantech For further information see the 2 February, 1000 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Jan Braams | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see the 2 February, 1030 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1130 - 1230 Designing for the digital Future (G107) Speaker: Edwin Bausewein | Company: Extron Electronics For further information see the 2 February, 1030 - 1130. Language: English | Price: FREE 1000 - 1130 Design in AV Integration - Intro to Visual Elements (D204) Speaker: Scott Wills | Company: InfoComm International Based on the principles outlined in InfoComm’s Design Curriculum series, this seminar will introduce the various visual elements that must be considered in design of display systems. We’ll explain elements such as visual acuity, image resolution, image size, image height, viewing distance, text height and displays and outline how they affect design. Finally, we’ll explore design techniques, mathematical formulas and methods to effectively design with these visual elements in mind. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: English | Price: 45 2 / 75 2

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1200 - 1330 AV Signal- Verarbeitung und Übermittlung auf IT-Infrastruktur (D203) Speaker: Uwe Röddinger | Company: InfoComm International Dieses Seminar wird in DEUTSCHER SPRACHE abgehalten. This seminar will be presented in GERMAN. Inhalt: In diesem Seminar werden die Vorteile einer IT basierenden AV Infrastruktur dargestellt. Dabei wird schnell klar, dass bei Berücksichtigung einiger kritischen Parameter dies heute schon möglich ist. 19“ Schränke voll Kreuzschienen werden zukünftig ersetzt werden durch wenige Höheneinheiten Netzwerk Equipments. Dieses Seminar bietet 1.5 InfoComm RUs.: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: German | Price: 45 2 / 752 1200 - 1330 Programming with Universal Dragon and QuickConfi (G102) Speaker: Thu Le | Company: Xantech For further information see the 2 February, 1600 - 1730. Language: English | Price: FREE 1600 - 1730 Designing Infrastructure for Ethernet (1M70) Speaker: Simon Buddle | Company: CEDIA The purpose of this course is to teach participants the importance of thoughtful network design when coming up with solutions for converging subsystems onto an IP network. This course does NOT teach IP and attendees are required to have an understanding of TCP/IP (please see the TCP/IP For Integrators course earlier in the day). By the end of the course you will understand the Bandwidth and Quality Of Service requirements of Ethernet Networks, be able to design the infrastructure for wireless networks, specify the correct installed and active infrastructure components for Ethernet Networks and understand the requirements for emerging technologies including Multicasting, AV Streaming and Security. Language: English | Price: 60 2 / 90 2 1400 - 1530 Digital Signage – An Exploration of Embedded Systems vs. PC Based Solutions for Use in Digital Signage Networks (D204) Speaker: Serge Konter | Company: InfoComm International This seminar will explore the use and benefits of embedded systems in digital signage networks highlighting some real-life case studies integrated with 3G, GPS and other technologies. This Seminar is approved to provide InfoComm certification renewal units: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5. Language: English | Price: Price: 45 2 / 75 2 1400 - 1530 DVI-, HDMI- und SDI-Signale in der AV-Installation (D203) Speaker: Claus Lohse DI | Company: InfoComm International Dieses Seminar wird in DEUTSCHER SPRACHE abgehalten. This seminar will be presented in GERMAN. Was unterscheidet digitale AV-Signale von Analogen? Was sind die Entwicklungen im Bereich digitaler Signale? Was unterscheidet eine digitale Infrastruktur von einer Analogen? Auf was muss man bei der Planung achten? Auf was müssen wir bei HDCP achten? Wie können wir digitale Signal konvertieren? Wie kann man digitale Signale übertragen? Auf was muss man bei der Installation achten? Dieses Seminar bietet 1.5 InfoComm RUs.: CTS: 1.5 CTS-D: 1.5 CTS-I: 1.5 Max: 1.5 Language: German | Price: Price: 45 2 / 75 2


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CEDIA are offering the following courses FREE OF CHARGE each day att ISE ISE: d > TECHNOLOGY AND CONSUMER TRENDS > RIDING THE ECO WAVE – SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR CLIENTS > EMBRACING THE CLOUD – HOW TO DELIVER INTERNET CONTENT > TECHNOLOGY TRENDS IN HOME CINEMA AUDIO AND VIDEO > HIDING TECHNOLOGY – SOLUTIONS AND TECHNIQUES > GET TO KNOW CEDIA – HOW WE CAN HELP GROW YOUR BUSINESS

Paid seminars at ISE: Home Cinema Design Workshop – 1 Day €100 for CEDIA members and €150 for non-members

Selling to the rich – 3 Hours €60 for CEDIA members and €90 for non-members

Profit - The reason you are in, and stay in this business – 3 Hours €60 for CEDIA members and €90 for non-members

For more information and to book your place visit www.iseurope.org All courses will take place on the CEDIA stand 1M70

TCP/IP For Integrators - 3 Hours €60 for CEDIA members and €90 for non-members

Designing Infrastructure for Ethernet – 3 Hours €60 for CEDIA members and €90 for non-members


CITY

Amsterdam – the host city that never fails to deliver A central location, countless tourist sights, wonderful nightlife and above all an outwardlooking attitude make Amsterdam the perfect place to do business

For all but two years, ISE has been based at the Amsterdam RAI – a venue that seems ideally suited to our industry with its wide range of halls, its friendly and experienced staff, its superb digital signage and many other benefits. But there is more to Amsterdam than just the RAI, and visitors tell us time and again that the city itself is one of their key reasons for coming to ISE. As well as being a great place to do business, Amsterdam has an almost unlimited range of relaxation options, both cultural and hedonistic.

Getting there… Schiphol Airport is one of Europe’s largest international hubs and is served by daily flights from literally hundreds of cities throughout the world. Once you arrive, both the RAI and the city centre are no more than a 15-minute train ride away. In association with our official partner, RAI Hotel & Travel Service, we are able to offer discounted air fares not only from European cities but from locations across the world. For more details go to: www.rai.nl/hotelservice If you prefer to travel by train, we have again partnered with Deutsche Bahn to offer discounted fares to and from any station in Germany. A second-class return is just 119 2 while the first-class alternative is 179 2. On a second-class ticket, this would mean a saving of over 100 2 if travelling to and from Frankfurt, for example. To take advantage of this offer, simply call: +49 (0) 1805 311 153, quoting Integrated Systems Europe as a reference.

In the city… Amsterdam’s attractions do not begin and end with the famed affability of its people. If art is your think, then the city’s many galleries – most notably the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, which are conveniently located almost next-door to each other – are the envy of the world, and rightly so. For music and theatre, traditional venues such as the Concertgebouw, Stadsschouwburg

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and Carré have been joined by more avant-garde locations such as the Bimhuis. Amsterdam’s many bars, cafés and restaurants will provide you with almost any kind of cuisine you can think of, and while standards are high, the intense competition keeps prices reasonable. You don’t need to break the bank to dine well in this city. Perhaps best of all – particularly for those with weary feet after a day at Europe’s largest AV tradeshow – Amsterdam’s excellent tram and metro system will whisk you between all these attractions for no more than a few euros. For more information please visit: www.iamsterdam. com

Stay in the right place, at the right price… ISE’s official accommodation partner, Amsterdam RAI Hotel & Travel Service (RHTS), arranges hotel accommodation in and around Amsterdam. They do this for dozens of large and small events every year, arranging thousands of hotel reservations for conferences, exhibitions, trade fairs and other events. As a result they have excellent knowledge and booking experience of the hotels in and around the Dutch capital. This includes hotels in the vicinity of Amsterdam RAI, the centre of Amsterdam, close to Schiphol Airport and in cities in the west of Holland. Just let the team know what you are looking for and they will quickly compile a list of great hotels. They’ll organize every detail of the reservation, leaving you free to concentrate on other things. To take advantage of special discounts exclusively available to ISE attendees, please visit: www.rai.nl/hotelservice or call: +31 (0) 20 549 1927


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Stay in touch, keep informed! The official ISE website is full of useful tools to help you make the most of your visit to Amsterdam in February…

Visit the ISE website (www.iseurope.org) to maximise your time at the show and ensure that you keep up-to-date with all the latest developments as they happen. The site offers a range of valuable online tools that allow you to: - Register online for ISE, free of charge using invitation code 832020 - Book education sessions in advance, ensuring that you have a seat at even the most popular seminars - Arrange your travel and accommodation at the best rates, using a direct link to the RAI Hotel & Travel Service - Access our ‘Meeting Maker’ tool to arrange appointments with personnel at selected exhibitors - Create your own personal route around the show floor with the help of our interactive floorplan - View the latest product news from exhibitors directly from the homepage – these stories are being added daily bet ween now and the start of the show

Go to www.iseurope.org and register for free using your personal invitation code:

832020

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The Associations behind ISE… Ever since its launch in 2004, Integrated Systems Europe has always been supported by not-for-profit trade associations. This means that every euro in revenue generated by ISE is re-invested into our industry. It also means that visitors to ISE can benefit from the broadest range of training opportunities possible, many of them free of charge, and many leading directly to the earning of accredited qualifications. Our two joint sponsors are the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) and InfoComm International®.

InfoComm International®

CEDIA

InfoComm International® is the international trade association of the professional audiovisual and information communications industries. Established in 1939, InfoComm has 5,000 members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, independent consultants, programmers, rental and staging companies, end-users and multimedia professionals from more than 70 countries. InfoComm International is the leading resource for AV market research and news. Its training and education programs, along with its separately administered Certified Technology Specialist (CTS®) and corporately administered Audiovisual Solutions Provider (AVSP®) company credentials, set a standard of excellence for AV professionals. InfoComm International is the founder of InfoComm, the largest annual conference and exhibition for AV buyers and sellers worldwide. InfoComm also produces trade shows in Europe and Asia. Additional information is available at: www.infocomm.org

CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,500 member companies worldwide. CEDIA Members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field. For more information on CEDIA, visit: www.cedia.org or www.cedia.co.uk

Impressum Herausgeber: Integrated Systems Europe, Mozartstr. 60, 85521 Ottobrunn, Germany. Verantwortlicher Redakteur: Michael Blackman (Anschrift s. Verlag). Internet: rise@iseurope.org

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