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INDUSTRY 22 CEDIA Update Association news, market trends and training highlights from CEDIA
26 InfoComm Update Association news, market trends and training highlights from InfoComm International
06 Welcome to RISE
30 Technology Overview
Mike Blackman, MD, Integrated Systems Events, on why ISE continues to grow in size and relevance
08 Plan your trip
40 Products and Innovations
Advice on travel and accommodation from ISE official supplier RAI Hotel Services The Official Magazine of ISE 2017 Editorial Joe Hosken Michael Nicholson Clare Szabo Contributors Ian McMurray David Davies Cover © Sergey Nivens, Shutterstock Photography Maarten Schuth, Shutterstock, ThinkStock Design/Layout Dean Cook, The Magazine Production Company Floorplan Thomas Krackl and 3-d Berlin Director of Marketing and Communications Stefanie Hanel Sales Ian Morrish Printer Druckerei Lautemann GmbH, Düsseldorf. Publisher Integrated Systems Events LLC, 11242 Waples Mill Road, Suite 200, Fairfax, VA 22030 USA. Copyright Integrated Systems Events. All rights reserved.
Exploring the technology trends and applications you are likely to see at ISE 2017 …and why
10 Navigating the Show How to find your way around the RAI Amsterdam and to make best use of your time
Product and technology innovations being shown at ISE 2017
58 ISE 2017 Sponsors and Partners Supporters of ISE 2017
ROADMAP 60 Floorplan
WHAT’S ON? 12 What’s on at ISE 2017? What’s new and improved for attendees and exhibitors at ISE 2017
Floorplan, identifying key locations on the show floor
62 Exhibitor Listing A-Z of exhibiting companies
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WELCOME TO , THE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF ISE 2017 Mike Blackman, Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events
fter the great success of ISE 2016 — the first four day show in the exhibition’s fourteen year lifespan — we are aware that by raising the benchmark, we set ourselves a hard act to follow. I’m confident that we have made even bigger strides in bringing you ISE 2017. This edition of magazine will help you to plan your time at the show and to discover the various options on travel, events, training and conferences all taking part in and around the world’s largest AV and systems integration exhibition. As the show has continued to grow so have we! ISE 2017 will see over 130 companies making their debut. This makes for a vibrant show floor and yet another reason for long term attendees and new ones to make the journey to Amsterdam. In total, ISE 2017 will feature over 1,100 exhibitors who will showcase the world’s leading brands, products and technologies, all under one roof in an environment that promotes discussion, learning and networking. As well as providing a ‘shop window’ to the latest in AV technology, ISE 2017 will present attendees with numerous options for personal development and learning away from the show floor. Leading trade associations CEDIA and InfoComm International are providing a comprehensive offering of on-site training programmes that range from short 20-minute ‘Flashtrack’ sessions to full day conferences and workshops. Full details can be found on their websites. Plus, there will be over 180 free-to-attend sessions taking place in the five ISE Show Floor Theatres. Joining the new CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre sponsored by KNX (Hall 9), are the InfoComm International Commercial Solutions Theatre (Hall 8) sponsored by Crestron, the ISE Audio Solutions
Theatre (Hall 7), the CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre (Hall 5) and the InfoComm International Unified Communications Theatre sponsored by Crestron (Hall 11). The addition of the extra show day last year gave us the opportunity to introduce a new feature — the Closing Keynote speech. Taking place on the morning of the last day of the show, Daniel Lamarre, the President and CEO of the world’s largest theatrical production company Cirque du Soleil, will explain how creativity is one of the primary driving forces for successful commerce. Make sure you get the chance to hear from one of the world’s leading business development experts. Regular attendees to ISE will notice some changes around the RAI exhibition centre. The addition of the new Hall 9 has allowed us to dedicate floor space to exhibitors dedicated to providing Smart Building technology and solutions. It will also feature the launch of a new CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre sponsored by KNX. A new Pavilion has also been erected at the Congress Square. It connects with the Europa Foyer, Diamond Lounge and Auditorium. This combined area is now known as Hall 14. In total ISE 2017 is over 3,000 square metres larger than the 2016 edition. For the first time, Hall 13 will showcase another area of growing importance for ISE attendees — Education Technology. This area will bring together manufacturers and service suppliers serving this vibrant market sector. It all makes for an exciting four days in February! I look forward to seeing you at ISE 2017.
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TRAVELLING TO AMSTERDAM
PLAN YOUR TRIP TO ISE 2017 RAI Hotel Services is the official hotel agent acting on behalf of ISE 2017. It can help you find the best place to stay and inform you about everything you would like to know about the vibrant City of Amsterdam.
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How to book?
For more information or to book rooms, contact the RAI Hotel Services: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +31 (0) 20 549 1927. For more information or to book your group activity, contact RAI Special Events: Email: email@example.com
Where to stay? Upcoming and trendy
Amsterdam is much more than just the city centre. What about trying the vibrant South East / Arena area with the Ajax Stadium and the Ziggo Dome where world famous artists have performed? There are plenty of places to go for a drink or to visit a restaurant. The direct metro connection brings you to the RAI Amsterdam in 12 minutes. There are still rooms available in these affordable hotels, but book quickly as these popular areas are now trending. • Rates 10% lower than the city centre • 12 minutes by metro to the RAI Station (direct connection) • 15 minutes to the city centre (direct connection)
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What to do when the show’s over? Canal cruises
Discover Amsterdam’s world famous waterways as one of the many group activities that can be pre-planned. The RAI Amsterdam harbour connects you to the historical City Centre and the 17th century Canal Ring, which is featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. A canal cruise can also be booked as a group activity. Please contact RAI Special Events if you want to know more about group activities.
With 44 museums, Amsterdam has a great deal of cultural variety. The most famous museums are: the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House. Most of them are located in the Museum District, which makes it easy to travel from one to another.
We can recommend the EasyHotel Amsterdam Arena Boulevard HHH or Courtyard Amsterdam Arena Atlas HHHH. These newly opened hotels offer free Wi-Fi and are within walking distance of the metro station. Rates start at EUR. 119 — excluding breakfast and excluding 5% city tax.
Amsterdam has many attractive districts where you can find shops, restaurants and bars. Some popular examples are: Nine Streets, de Pijp and de Jordaan. De Pijp is located next to RAI Amsterdam, which makes it a perfect place for a break during ISE 2017.
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History and culture
Amsterdam City Centre is always bustling with life and is a popular place to stay. If you are looking for hotels that have great views and are set amongst the cultural highlights of Amsterdam, so make sure you place your reservation now. Did you know that the NH City Centre is completely refurbished? It’s part of a historic and distinctive building and the hotel has 209 spacious rooms with free WiFi. Rates start at EUR. 190 — excluding breakfast and excluding 5% city tax.
Integrated Systems Europe has teamed up with Air France and KLM Global Meetings, official travel partners of the Amsterdam RAI, to offer attendees fantastic deals on their air travel to ISE 2017. Simply enter our unique Event ID Code 28613AF when booking your return flight through the Air France/KLM Global Meetings web portal, and you will automatically receive a special ISE discount, unavailable through any other booking engine. Go to: www.iseurope.org/information/essential-info/travel-services/ then open the Air France/KLM Global Meetings web portal.
AMSTERDAM IN NUMBERS
Amsterdam has 1,325 restaurants. That’s a lot of places to order a Dutch beer!
The number of X’s in Amsterdam’s coat of arms. You can find them on flags and the posts in the streets, called ‘Amsterdammertjes’. There are 80 bridges over Amsterdam’s canals.
Amsterdam has 165 canals. In total these waterways add up to more than 100 kilometres (60 miles).
In the city, you can find 8 windmills. There are some special tours that can take you to visit them.
The number of bicycles in the city. Over 58% of the city’s inhabitants cycle to work or school each day. There are many places where you can rent a bike.
The number of metres Schiphol, Amsterdam’s Airport, sits below sea level.
The number of trams that take you everywhere you want to go in the city. Tram number 5 from Central Station to Amsterdam Zuid gives you a comprehensive city tour, and from Amsterdam Zuid it’s just a short walk to RAI Amsterdam.
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NAVIGATING THE SHOW The world’s largest AV and systems integration trade show will be bigger than ever in 2017! Make sure you carefully plan your visit to ensure that you make the most of your time at the event.
Arriving at the RAI Amsterdam
Once you get to the RAI Amsterdam, there are four main entrances, which you can enter by showing your ISE 2017 badge. These are entrances C, F, K and L. If you are registering onsite, make your way to one of the desks where staff will process your registration and issue your badge. Cloakroom facilities mean luggage can be securely stored for €3 per day and coats for €2 per day. If you should require any assistance, a manned Information Point is never far away. Make sure you pick up your ISE 2017 bag, Official Show Guide and foldout floor plan so that you’re fully equipped to find your way around.
RAI Amsterdam Halls Getting to the RAI Amsterdam
Getting to the RAI Amsterdam, whether you’re travelling from your hotel, the airport or train station, is straightforward. ISE offers a shuttle bus service that links the exhibition centre with Schiphol Airport and most hotels in the city. The full shuttle bus schedule can be viewed on the ISE website. Amsterdam’s Metro system
is a cost-effective and efficient way of getting around. Please check online for service details. Demand for taxis will be high and so will fares in comparison to the other options, therefore we recommend using the shuttle bus or public transport instead. If you are driving to the RAI, onsite parking is available.
For 2017 there are some changes to the RAI Amsterdam hall layout. There are now 14 halls, including two new ones. Halls making their debut are Hall 9 and Hall 14, the latter being a temporary structure built on the Congress Square. The Halls have also been reclassified to accommodate the expansion. These are as follows.
Old Hall Name New Hall Name Amtrium Hall 4 Hall 4 and 5 Hall 5 Hall 9 New Hall 11 Hall 12 Hall 12 Hall 13 Diamond Lounge + Pavilion Hall 14 The new Hall 9 can be entered from Halls, 8, 10 and 11. Hall 14 provides an additional 1,500 net square metres to the show. The ISE 2017 exhibition is categorised into seven different technology zones on the ISE exhibitor floorplan. These are: ●● Digital Signage ●● Smart Building ●● Education Technology ●● Discovery Zone ●● Residential Solutions ●● Unified Communications ●● Audio The ISE 2017 floor plan will help you to find your way and locate key exhibitors. These can be picked up at various points on the show floor. We’ve also included a copy on page 60 of this magazine.
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In addition to the floor plan, there are five route planners, available to attendees, covering Building Automation, Communication Collaboration, Digital Signage, Audio and Event Technology. These show which technologies exhibitors will be showcasing. Interactive way-finding kiosks are placed around the different halls, meaning you can pinpoint your exact location and plan your journey to exhibitor stands, conferences and meeting rooms anywhere in the RAI.
ISE 2017 essentials
The ISE floor plan is marked with food outlets, cash withdrawal services and toilet locations. There are a various catering areas located in the halls, offering a range of cuisines, including: Dutch, Asian, American and European. Most outlets accept both cash and card payments. For cash withdrawals, there are two ATM machines, which are located at entrances C and K. RAI Amsterdam offers visitors access to its Wi-Fi at designated signposted locations.
Booking your CEDIA and InfoComm training sessions
To find out about the education sessions taking place during the show, you’ll find all the information you need in the Professional Development Guide. This can be downloaded from the ISE website or be picked up at the show from any of the Information Points, or refer to the CEDIA and InfoComm International Education Schedule included in this copy of RISE. The guide lists all of the CEDIA sessions and the InfoComm International sessions too as well what’s going on in the five Show Floor Theatres. You will also find this information on the ISE website (www.iseurope.org), along with details of how to book the sessions. For information from all of our media partners and for copies of their publications, head to the International Media Showcase, which is located in the Business Lounge between Halls 7 and 8.
ISE 2017 CONTACTS
If you have any queries about anything to do with ISE 2017, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our website at www.iseurope.org is a good starting point for extra information but if your question is still unanswered you can reach the following people for assistance. l For all enquiries relating to attendee registrations, existing exhibitor bookings, technical requirements and general information on Amsterdam, contact operations at email@example.com. l For marketing enquires, please contact Stefanie Hanel, Director of Marketing & Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org. l For all enquiries about exhibitor space bookings, rates and pricing details, contact Thomas Häger, ISE Sales Director, at email@example.com.
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AWARD WINNING ARCHITECT OLE SCHEEREN TO GIVE OPENING ADDRESS
he Opening Address at ISE 2017 will be given by the award winning architect Ole Scheeren. This will take place on 6 February, the day before Integrated Systems Europe begins. As in previous years the Opening Address will precede the Official Opening Reception. In his Opening Address Scheeren will share his vision of contemporary architectural and urban development and explore how technology and architectural design combine to influence Ole Scheeren the creativity of each discipline. Scheeren is an award winning German architect and principal of Buro Ole Scheeren. With offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Berlin, and Bangkok he is its chief designer and leads the company’s strategic development. Previously Scheeren worked with Rem Koolhaas at OMA as a Director and Partner to oversee the projects in Asia.
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His current projects include the Guardian Art Center, near the Forbidden City in Beijing, 1500 West Georgia in downtown Vancouver, and MahaNakhon, Bangkok’s tallest tower. He has been awarded numerous prizes, including the WAF 2015 World Building of the Year for The Interlace, Singapore, the CTBUH 2013 Best Tall Building award for CCTV and the 2014 inaugural Urban Habitat Award for The Interlace.
he Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) is launching its 2017 activities at an engaging networking event at at Integrated Systems Europe 2017. Taking place at The Emerald Room in the RAI on Wednesday 8 February from 17:00-19:00, the event builds on last year’s WIN programme and following feedback from the group will spearhead even more WIN activities in Europe during 2017. The event at ISE will kick off with speed networking: a chance to spend a few minutes with every person in attendance in a fun and relaxed introductory way followed by cocktails and canapes, with an opportunity for further general networking. During the session, attendees will also help to compile a list of industry events for 2017 which WIN members will be available to meet up at around the globe. A calendar will then be drawn up and made available to facilitate further meet-ups. To round off the free-to-attend event, WIN will be launching WIN Career Empowerment Alliances for 2017, an initiative to provide opportunities to discuss such issues as career advancement, training, work-life balance, conflict resolution and more. Founded in 2015, the WIN council is a global network of individuals who are committed to promoting and empowering women in the AV and IT industries. Through local working groups, in-person networking and online events, members can make connections, find resources, pursue education, discover mentors, and identify opportunities to advance women in the industry.
Ole Scheeren’s Opening Address will take place in the Forum, RAI Amsterdam at 18.00 on 6 February. This will be followed by the Official Opening Reception.
To learn more about the Women of InfoComm Network and to get involved, visit infocomm.org/win.
The Interlace by OMA / Ole Scheeren. Photo: Iwan Baan
ISE 2017: Opening Reception The Opening Address, which will take place in the Forum at 18:00, will be followed by the official Opening Reception in the Forum Lounge until 21:00. Both events are free-to-attend and provide ISE 2017 attendees with the ideal introduction into the four day show that follows. Attendees of the Opening Address will get the chance to experience a thought provoking and entertaining speech followed by the official Opening Reception and networking event where complimentary food and drinks will be available for all attendees.
ASHTON BENTLEY ALTERNATIVES…
he Ashton Bentley Auditorium on its stand in Hall 14 will be hosting a series of informative presentations on a range of topics not normally covered at ISE. The general theme is Keeping Things Simple. Topics such as best business practices, marketing and PR, cloud services and understanding UK R & D tax benefits will be covered. The presentations will be from a range of experts from both within and outside of the AV industry. For a full schedule please contact Ashton Bentley after January 1st 2017 on ISE2017@ashtonbentley.com or visit www.ashtonbentley.com
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ISE 2017 ADDS FOCUS ON EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND SMART BUILDING
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ust one of the many attractions of ISE is that, every year, there’s something new to look forward to as the organisers seek to reflect changes in the AV market as well as its growth. This year, for example, sees more than 3,000 additional square metres of floor space to accommodate the growing number of exhibitors: ISE 2017 will welcome some 135 first-timers. No less important, though, is the addition of two new halls — and two new technology focus areas. A new pavilion will be built, which will be known as Hall 14, and will provide an extra 1,500 square metres of stand space. Hall 9 is also new, and will be home to exhibitors addressing the burgeoning market for smart buildings — an ISE first. The Hall will feature, for the first time, the CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre sponsored by KNX. Meanwhile, Hall 12 becomes Hall 13 and, in another first, will be dedicated to education technology. For watchers of the AV market, the decision to devote specific halls to these markets will probably come as no surprise. In the case of smart buildings, for example, researcher MarketsandMarkets says worldwide sales are expected to grow from just under $US6 billion in 2016 to close to $US25 billion by 2021. What’s driving that growth? Three things. First is the growing focus on conserving energy as businesses and consumers look to reduce their environmental footprint — and
save money. Second is the advent of consumer-installable home automation devices, raising awareness of what’s possible. Third is the growing functionality, ease of installation/operation and affordability of the underlying technologies. And if $US25 billion seems like a significant opportunity — it turns out that the global opportunity in education technology is around ten times the size, with events company EdTechXGlobal forecasting that it will grow at 17%/year and become worth a staggering US$252 billion by 2020. The factors here include the rapid growth in the worldwide student population: according to some estimates, there will be 2.7 billion by 2035. There is also pressure to improve educational outcomes by engaging those students using technologies that are familiar to them. And, like the smart buildings market, those technologies are becoming both more functional and more affordable. For ISE 2017 visitors working in smart buildings or education, there’s plenty to be excited about.
Attendees at ISE 2017 can now sign up for one of three VIP attendee packages. The new initiative offers Platinum, Gold or Silver options and is designed to make your ISE experience as productive as possible. As a Platinum VIP and Golden VIP at ISE 2017, you will be met on arrival from the airplane at Schiphol Amsterdam. You will have access to the VIP Lounge at Schiphol while your luggage will be picked up for you before you are taken to your taxi that will take you to the RAI Amsterdam. At the RAI there will be a hostess waiting for you at the VIP Entrance who will provide you with your VIP Badge and direct you towards the VIP Lounge. In the VIP Lounge you can grab a cup of tea or coffee before you enter the show floor at your leisure. The VIP Lounge will be available to you during the entire duration of the show. Here you can relax, use the free Wi-Fi, have a drink or charge your electronic devices. There will be a hostess available for you to assist you with booking a taxi, to suggest and reserve restaurants or to provide you with directions and information about Amsterdam. The hostess will also take care of your taxi reservation to return to Schiphol airport at the end of your visit to ISE 2017.
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VIP Silver plus… • Transfer by car from airplane to Schiphol VIP area • Baggage handling • Pick up from Schiphol Airport • Refreshments at Schiphol Price: €750
VIP Gold plus… • Free access to the Smart Building Conference on 6 February • Free access to the Digital Signage Summit on 8 February • VIP Reserved Seating at the Opening Address on 6 February Price: €900
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M2D NETWORKING EVENT BRINGS BUSINESSES TOGETHER
SE 2017 is hosting an event designed to bring together manufacturers looking for new distributors and vice versa. The M2D Networking Event, sponsored by Avenview, will take place at the Café Amsterdam, Hall 14 from 15:00 on the final day of the show — Friday 10 February. After three days of doing business and striking deals the M2D Networking Event will offer an ideal opportunity for manufacturers and distributors to bring their hard work to fruition in a convivial atmosphere geared to facilitate networking and contact building. M2D is provided by ISE as an annual service for exhibitors and attendees. Fixed screen displays situated in the Business Lounge; Entrance K and the Ruby Lounge near the Forum will display details of manufacturers looking for new and additional distributors of their products and services. The M2D event will welcome manufacturers looking for new distributors and distributors looking for new product lines to add to their range. If you, as a manufacturer or distributor, would like to take part simply turn up on the day. Registration is not required.
Manufacturers looking to expand into new territories or adapt their approach to an existing market will have the opportunity to communicate their needs and connect with potential distributors. Likewise, distributors looking to grow their product portfolio and distributed brands can link up with manufacturers that are relevant to their aims. At ISE 2016, 176 manufacturers registered with the M2D programme, posting 614 requests for distributors. Manufacturers can update their
entry on the M2D portal right up to the day before the show opens. Best of all, this service is free to all ISE exhibitors. On entry, M2D Networking Event guests will be given identification with D (for distributor) or M (for manufacturer) on it and in different colours. The stickers can also be used to get a complimentary drink. The reception will take place on Friday, 10 February, 15:00 — Café Amsterdam
ATTEND THE INAVATION AWARDS AT ISE 2017
he very best of the international AV industry will be on show when the highly anticipated InAVation Awards powered by ISE returns to Amsterdam’s iconic Gashouder venue on 7 February, 2017. The event will reward pioneering product development and outstanding integration skill in a gathering of the industry’s elite players after the first day of the ISE 2017 show. With the much coveted Project Awards contested by the world’s top integrators, a ticket to the event offers unrivalled networking opportunities in a fun and relaxed format. After an informal drinks reception guests will take their seats under the iron dome of the converted industrial building for a fourcourse gala dinner, during which winners across all Technology and Project categories will be announced. The party can continue after the meal with an open bar and plenty of opportunity to celebrate and enjoy time with colleagues and industry peers. A ticket to the event covers everything on the night so there are no hidden charges. The InAVation Awards is the culmination of a programme that sees manufacturers, integrators, distributors and consultants compete to pick up one of the highly regarded prizes.
Project awards highlight the most interesting AV installations across a range of vertical sectors. Last year’s winners include Barclays Bank Global command centre, the Parliament of Malta and the integration of the first 4K over IP operating theatres in the world. Manufacturers compete for Technology Awards and are tasked with convincing a panel of integrators, consultants, end users and business journalists why their product development is best suited to a particular sector or task. Categories include Smart Buildings, Safety and Security and Presentation. Successful finalists are put to
an online vote and winners are chosen by the readers of InAVate EMEA, Russia and APAC magazines. Further awards for consultants, project managers and distributors are also up for grabs. Book online at www.inavationawards.com By email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or call Dan Jago on +44 1732 359990 The InAVation Awards powered by ISE takes place on the evening of 7 February at the Gashouder Westergasfabriek BV, Haarlemmerweg 8E1014 BE Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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FIRST EVER STAND DESIGN AWARDS AT ISE
f you’ve ever been at ISE — or any major trade show, for that matter — before it opens, you’ll have been amazed at the transformation that takes place. From a building site of forklift trucks, pallets, equipment cases and what appears utter chaos, the show floor miraculously becomes not only tidy and clean, but a fantastic testament to imagination and creativity. This year, for the first time, those efforts will be recognised with the ISE 2017 Stand Design Awards, independently organised by EXHIBITOR magazine, an award-winning print and online publication featuring best practices for trade show marketing. EXHIBITOR magazine has hosted its own highly respected Exhibit Design Awards for more than 30 years. Editor Travis Stanton, along with senior writer and awards program manager Linda Armstrong and a group of highly esteemed designers and marketers — who have no connection with ISE or its exhibitors — will be at the RAI for the duration of ISE to determine the winners. Confirmed judges include: ●● Matthias Braun, creative director, Studio Atelier Damböck Aleksey Kozyrevstand Messebau, Germany ●● Rob Huisman, previously managing director of the Association of Dutch Designers (BNO), The Netherlands ●● Aleksey Kozyrev, exhibition design team lead, Wargaming Group, Belarus ●● Andrew Sexton, creative director and agency partner, 2LK Design, UK Every stand on the show floor will be automatically considered by the judges, with winners identified in three categories: up to Matthias Braunstand 39sqm, 40-100sqm and 100+sqm. The judges will be assessing each stand in relation to a number of criteria, including how well it communicates the brand’s key messages; its use of space; its use of graphics and lighting; how easy it is to navigate; and its overall impact. The three winners will be announced at an award ceremony on Thursday, 9 February at 16.00 in the ISE Audio Solutions Theatre.
FUTURE AV PROFESSIONALS PROGRAMME
s in previous years, ISE is going to make every effort to introduce students to the industry and to help exhibitors recruit well-trained junior staff through its wellestablished Future AV Professionals Programme. By visiting Integrated Systems Europe 2017, young professionals are invited to create the foundation for their future career at the best-attended tradeshow for professional AV and systems integration. The programme contains an introduction to the industry to learn from industry experts, a guided show floor tour to see multiple different technologies and a small ‘Job Fair,’ where the students can support their career planning by getting in contact with the exhibiting companies and inform themselves about career possibilities. Students thus can start building their professional network. Companies, on the other hand, have the possibility to meet the industries’ next generation and possible future employees. Last year the programme was well attended by academic institutions from the Netherlands and Germany who enjoyed a fully organised programme day including bus transfer, show entry and lunch. Students take part in the programme via their academic institution. ISE looks forward to welcoming enthusiastic students and exhibitors to ISE 2017 to a programme full of career opportunities, networking possibilities and industry know-how. The Future AV Professionals Programme takes place on Friday, 10 February 2017 from 10am-4pm. For further information, please visit www.iseurope.org/students. In order to participate in the programme as an Exhibitor, please contact email@example.com
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he AudioForum, presented by one of ISE’s long-standing media partners Connessioni in cooperation with ISE and the Audio Engineering Society, returns to ISE 2017 on Monday 6 February for a full day conference at the RAI, Amsterdam in Room G001/G002. The AudioForum is an educational project that focuses on professional audio and its overlap with the AV systems integration business. It features seminars, workshops and networking opportunities, all dedicated to the audio community. The theme for 2017 is Audio from the Electronics Perspective: Processing, DSPs, Software and Firmware for Design, Monitoring and Set-Up. The conference will explore how in recent years, audio professionals have been dealing increasingly with digital, with electronics, and with IT. This has brought a number of advantages, and challenges. Thanks
to different tools, from DSPs to software to powerful processing instruments, it is easier to reach total control, to handle monitoring, to remotely management and anticipate the behavior of an individual loudspeaker or an entire sound system. The AudioForum at ISE 2017 will cover the following areas: Software and technologies for prediction and set up; steering and control; updates on transportation protocols for digital audio; decentralised DSP solutions; software and firmware for design and monitoring. The AudioForum at ISE 2017 is an event for sound designers, system integrators, installers, consultants, companies and anyone interested in knowing more about the latest audio technologies. For information about the AudioForum at ISE 2017, please contact Connessioni’s Chiara Benedettini at firstname.lastname@example.org
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DIGITAL SIGNAGE SUMMIT LANDS AT ISE 2017
ISE 2017 Show Floor Theatres
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he Digital Signage Summit will further establish its involvement in ISE by presenting a half-day DSS conference at ISE 2017 on Wednesday 8 February. DSS at ISE 2017 will follow a similar format to successful DSS events held in Munich, Dubai and Moscow. Experts from across the digital signage industry will gather to produce insight and expert opinion while discussing cutting-edge projects and Florian Rotberg leading technologies. DSS at ISE 2017 will be chaired by invidis consulting MD Florian Rotberg, one of the world’s leading Digital Signage and DooH experts. Participants will look to identifying the key opportunities in the international Digital Signage industry. The conference will focus on Retail and Smart Cities and will feature technologies such as Display, LED and Electronic Shelf Labels. Conference Topics will include: — Retail Analytics — Data insight that turns potential into purchase; Window to Retail — High Brightness Digital Signage in shop windows; State of the Industry — invidis Keynote with latest digital signage market trends and drivers; Smart Cities — smart solutions, sensors and digital touch points in public spaces. The event will complement the world’s largest showcase of digital signage manufacturers in the world on the ISE 2017 show floor. DSS is a collaboration between ISE producer Integrated Systems Events and invidis consulting.
Attendees at ISE 2017 have the opportunity to attend any number of 180 free-to-attend ISE Show Floor Theatre Sessions taking place during each day of the four day event. For 2017 this includes the addition of a brand new Smart Building Show Floor Theatre in the new Hall 9 powered by CEDIA and sponsored by KNX. In total there are five depicted Show Floor Theatres. • Hall 8: InfoComm International Commercial Solutions Theatre sponsored by Crestron • Hall 5: CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatres • Hall 7: ISE Audio Solutions Theatre • Hall 11: InfoComm International Unified Communications Theatre sponsored by Crestron • Hall 9: CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre sponsored by KNX The Show Floor Theatres at ISE provide a unique opportunity for attendees to hear industry experts, consultants and manufacturers present the latest in project-based case studies, workflow solutions, technological innovations and business analysis in an intimate and innovative setting on the exhibition floor. Each presentation is 20 minutes long with a 10-minute Q&A. The theatres are designed to be an inspirational setting for speaker and attendee. ISE production partner improve is a proven expert in this field and works alongside the speakers to ensure that presentations are of the highest quality. For the latest programme details please visit: www.iseurope.org
DSS at ISE 2017: 8 February. Time: 10.00 to 14.00. Venue: Room E102
SVTS SUMMIT TO EXPLORE CONTENT CREATION AND VR
igital signage, virtual reality, and new methods of producing and distributing content both within and beyond the stadium will be among the themes of the Sports Venue Technology Summit Roland Hemming 2017, organised by SVG Europe and due to take place at the RAI on the morning of 9 February in Room E102. Sports Venue Technology Summit is now an established part of the ISE calendar, and last year’s event — which examined a day in the life of a stadium through a series of panel discussions and presentations — attracted more than 150 delegates.
For the 2017 event, the emphasis will move to some of the specific technologies that are changing the look and feel of sports venues worldwide, including digital signage — one of the well-represented sectors at ISE — and virtual reality. There will also be an exploration of the new generation of more affordable broadcast platforms and solutions that are allowing an increasing number of venues to become content creators in their own right — in the process reaching more fans all around the world. “After the last event, in which we focused on the day-to-day life of a stadium as it is now, we will turn our attention to the current and emerging technologies that promise to transform sports venues for the 2017 summit. All ISE delegates are welcome to attend this
half-day summit and experience what promises to be a fascinating insight into the stadium of the future,” says SVG Europe Managing Editor David Davies. He continued: “We are delighted that for the first time Florian Rotberg from The Digital Signage Summit (ISE joint venture) will be hosting a session on digital signage technology as seen in the stadium marketplace.” The event is free to attend and drinks will be served during a networking session that will take place at the end of the conference. SVG Europe is a trade association serving professionals working in broadcast television and digital sports production. For more information and registration details, please visit www.svgeurope.org
SMART BUILDING CONFERENCE n SEE FLOORPLAN: HALL9, SMART BUILDING
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IoT MAKES SMART BUILDINGS EVEN SMARTER
he Smart Building Conference is a one day event that explores the latest smart building technologies, business strategies, market research and workflow case studies all presented from some of the world’s leading smart building experts and thought leaders. Moderated by Bob Snyder, editor-in-chief of Channel Media Europe, the conference will take place in the RAI Amsterdam the day before the show opens. SBC Chair: Bob Snyder According to SBC Chair Bob Snyder, tech's big engines of internet and mobility may be the vehicles of changes — but today their engines are driven by pistons made from the Internet of Things. Memoori Research projects the combined global market for the Internet of Things in Buildings (BIoT) will grow significantly from $23.5Bn in 2015 to $75.5Bn by 2021 — an amazing CAGR of 20.7%. The Managing Director of Memoori, James McHale, says, “The IoT use cases that will experience the greatest revenue growth in Western Europe are smart buildings, smart home, in-store contextualized marketing, and connected vehicles, all of which will see revenue increases of more than 28% CAGR over the 2016-2020 forecast period.” “It's no wonder that our conference theme this year is: IoT Makes Smart Buildings Even Smarter. And James McHale will be one of our keynote speakers,” said Snyder. The topic of Smart Buildings also includes building automation systems, energy management optimisation systems, lighting, room scheduling, building security, IT/Telecom, digital signage, emergency & public address, audiovisual systems and others. By taking just one day to attend the Smart Building Conference, everything you need to know about the technologies shaping the next few years will be discussed by industry experts, manufacturers, associations and consultants. They will guide you so you can straight away take advantage of the business opportunities and boost your sales and bottom line. Those business opportunities include how HoloLens will change the way we look at all buildings, the growing market for clean air in home and business, in-building wireless and wayfinding, and how to profit from the increasing need for security (physical, virtual, and video security). SBC’s twin tracks (Residential and Commercial) offer dual insight to help you understand that Smart Building is neither a product nor a standalone technology but an end-to-end solution that will change homes, offices and buildings forever. The Smart Building Conference will take place on 6 February in the Forum. Registration begins at 08.30.
t this year’s show, AV Magazine’s stand in Hall 6, stand 6N-152, will be a hive of discussion as it’s transformed into a TV studio. It will be covering a number of topical sessions, so make sure you stop by to catch all the action. As always — focusing on the practical and thought provoking — its panel-style sessions, hosted by AV Magazine’s Editor, Clive Couldwell will contain something for industry and buyers alike and tackle a range of topics. Taking place at 11.00 and 14.00 each day of the show, the panel interviews will feature a high calibre of industry and user experts and cover everything from AV in education and collaboration to UC, audio and IoT. You’re free to attend any of the sessions. If you can’t make it they will be available to watch on www.avinteractive.com/AVTV. AV will also be hosting Women in AV networking event. This will be a great opportunity to network with women in AV from across the globe. This will take place in the Emerald Room 8 February from 17.00-19.00. There is also a Meet the Editor Drinks where you can meet your peers and make new industry connections.
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CIRQUE DU SOLEIL’S DANIEL LAMARRE TO PRESENT CLOSING KEYNOTE
ttendees on the final day of ISE 2017 will have the opportunity to experience first-hand one of the world’s leading international business development executives. Daniel Lamarre, the President and CEO of Cirque du Soleil, will present the show’s Closing Keynote speech on Friday 10 February 2017. Lamarre will share with attendees the success story of Cirque du Soleil: “Cirque du Soleil is often credited for having reinvented circus arts,” he said. “After 30 years, our continued success now depends on our ability Daniel Lamarre to push the boundaries of creativity and human performance even further and continually reinvent ourselves. This lesson applies to many businesses out there. Success often depends on our entrepreneurial spirit, on our ability and willingness to take risks and to push ourselves out of our comfort zone. “On a personal level, it is when I embrace my desire to learn something new and do things differently that I am at my very best.” For over 30 years, Cirque du Soleil has been at the cutting edge of live entertainment creation and production with shows such as Quidam, Saltimbanco and Amaluna combining stunning acrobatics, theatrics, visuals and music. Cirque du Soleil has consistently shown how creative
expression can benefit from the adoption of the latest audio-visual technologies when used to enhance and compliment a show’s key storylines. Lamarre explained the relevance of technology to his company’s ongoing success: “Technology has always been very important in the development and the evolution of our content. It magnifies the performances of our artists and allows us to continuously surprise our audiences. Our research and development team works in collaboration with various universities to always be at the forefront of emerging technology. Shows such as ‘O’ and KÀ, in Las Vegas, represented breakthroughs for us on that front.” “More recently, for a show such as TORUK - The First Flight, inspired by James Cameron’s AVATAR, technology allowed us to really immerse the audience in the world of Pandora and even allow them to interact with the show through an app developed with SAP. In two of our latest shows, Luzia and Paramour, the use of technology provides a key element of surprise and poetry, whether through a digitally-controlled rain curtain or with dancing drones.” Lamarre is responsible for Cirque du Soleil’s business and creative strategy. The company operates across five continents and is the world’s largest theatrical production company. The ISE 2017 Closing Keynote will take place in the Forum at 09.00, 10 February 2017.
DRONE ARENA BY STAMPEDE RETURNS TO ISE 2017
aunched last year the Drone Arena produced by Stampede, returns to ISE 2017 with the promise of an even more educational and dynamic programme. The industry has seen the widespread increase in the use of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles for a range of applications. These include real estate, commercial and residential construction, facility management, film and television production, live event production and infrastructure inspections. Drone Video Systems (DVS) integrate videoconferencing software with drone hardware to create a single system solution that provides a 360° HD aerial perspective of any situation that can be streamed in real-time to any connected mobile device or computer, delivering the information professionals need to make smarter decisions, faster and more cost effectively. Throughout the exhibition Stampede will be running demonstrations at the Drone Arena of different types of drones and unmanned vehicles for a range of applications. The Drone Arena will be based in Hall 14. Stand: 14-A100 & 14-A120.
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CEDIA UPDATE 2017 CEDIA® is the leading global authority in the €13 billion home technology industry. Representing nearly 4,000 member companies worldwide, CEDIA serves more than 30,000 industry professionals who are responsible for the design, manufacture, and installation of technology solutions which allow people to enjoy their best moments in life from the comfort of their own home; A Life Lived Best at Home.
EDIA is renowned for the breadth and depth of its industry leading education programme. Featuring more than 200 courses for the industry, this education programme is developed by peers who understand the technical and business challenges home technology professionals face. Offerings include not just dedicated classroom-based courses and certifications but e-learning too. In total, CEDIA now offers over 100 online training resources that include e-learning modules, self-paced lessons, and even an online new-hire training track. In addition to expanding the training on this platform during the year, CEDIA continues to make training easier to access and more interactive. CEDIA also produces white papers, standards and recommended practices documents, webinars, and reference documents. In 2016, the CEDIA Technology Council introduced the ‘Home Technology Professional of 2020: Marketplace Predictions’ white paper. This document provides insight into the technological advances and market pressures that will affect home technology professionals over the next five years. More recently, CEDIA has released two new white papers focusing on ‘BioAdaptive, Human Centered Lighting’ and ‘HDMI 2.0 & Ultra HD: Features, Bandwidth & Compatibility’. CEDIA’s Recommended Smart Home Wiring Guidelines document has proved to be the most popular document in our library of resources, with over 5,000 downloads since the 2014 launch. Many CEDIA resources are now available in different languages, including French, Italian, Spanish and Polish. To date, more than a dozen documents have been translated into multiple languages, including ‘Dimming LED Lamps’, ‘HDMI Installation Best Practices’, ‘Network Security Best Practices’ and ‘Selecting Display Size based on Room Size and Seating’. Expect more education from CEDIA in 2017.
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he smart home industry thrives on the strength and support of its community. Here, too, CEDIA is developing programmes that make it easier for members to connect with one another on a year-round basis for networking, mentoring and idea sharing. In 2016, CEDIA launched the CEDIA online Community. This new online community, available as an exclusive CEDIA member benefit, provides an extra touchpoint for members to develop and sustain connections that will help them thrive in the industry. It provides a space for members to access downloadable resources, connect with peers both in their region and across the globe, discuss industry hot topics, share ideas with industry subject matter experts and thought leaders, extend the conversation after inperson events, and much more. The CEDIA online community can be accessed by members at www.cedia.net/community.
EXPANDING THE WORKFORCE
ome technology professionals are increasingly finding it tough to locate the right employees for available posts, especially in mature European markets, such as, the UK. To provide a solution to this challenge, CEDIA is working on initiatives to engage students and veterans, ensuring a skilled workforce for the future. In the UK, CEDIA training has recently been awarded City & Guilds accreditation. City & Guilds evaluates externally accredited training against a comprehensive benchmark that has been developed from over 130 years of experience in managing quality systems and training courses. Building on this initiative, the UK Government’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has approved the development of a Smart Home Technician Apprenticeship standard. This standard is set to encourage young professionals to enter the home technology industry and develop a career within this sector. Once the standard is available, any industry employer will be able to hire an apprentice, send him or her for training, and receive funding from the UK Government in return. Find out more at ISE 2017: 1-F7, 1-F21.
Architects and Design Professionals
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Architects, specifiers and other design professionals remain significant influencers for the home technology industry. It is important to educate them about what our members can achieve and what’s required from a design perspective to ensure a successful smart home installation. The CEDIA CPD training course, Designing Integrated Future-Ready Homes, is a resource for CEDIA members to use and present to design professionals. Now available in Italian, Polish, Russian and Spanish, this CPD is proving increasingly popular with our stats showing that more than 700 design professionals are taking this course every year. In addition, CEDIA has developed a new CPD, entitled ‘Smart Home Cabling Requirements for the Modern Home’. Accredited by the (South African Institute of Architects) SAIA and (Royal Institute of British Architects) RIBA, this course has been written to educate design professionals on the necessary wiring infrastructure that is needed for a connected home. Find out more about these powerful tools and the skills you need to present it at the show.
ight now, membership of CEDIA within EMEA stands at an all-time high of 800 companies, across no fewer than 41 countries. In 2016, CEDIA has delivered training on the road to France, India, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain and South Africa to support growth in these territories. More international training will take place in 2017, beginning with ISE 2017 where attendees can access an extensive programme of great training — visit www.iseurope.org for more information and to book your place.
CEDIA at ISE 2017: 1-F7, 1-F21 Contacts: Wendy Griffiths and Matt Nimmons Web: www.cedia.net. Follow on Twitter: @CEDIA_EMEA Facebook: www.facebook.com/CEDIA.EMEA Join the CEDIA group on LinkedIn
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CEDIA TECH COUNCIL
PREDICTIONS FOR 2020… A 17-member panel is looking into the future to make their predictions for 2020. Here’s part one—the (Mostly) Entertainment Edition. Dave Pedigo, CEDIA® Vice President, Emerging Technologies, leads the CEDIA Technology Council, a group that attempts to make concrete predictions regarding what’s next in the smart home industry. Its most recent project: creating the top predictions for the year 2020.
e’ll start with some entertainment options: As far as image quality goes, 16K 16-bit high-frame-rate content is emerging. The shades of red, blue, and green you can see now on a state-of-the art screen? It’s in the hundreds. Shortly it’ll be in the tens — then hundreds — of thousands. And to make delivery of all that imagery as efficient as can be, video will be decoded and rendered at its device. The screen itself will be revolutionised in the near term as adaptable and movable surfaces for video appear. Suppose you had a screen in your home that simply adapted its physical shape to the aspect ratio of whatever you’re watching? Say goodbye to letterboxing forever. Additionally, television screens could also take the form of movable tiles. Tile TV 2.0 will be a screen that doesn’t fog up in the shower. As for audio, high-res immersive sound will become standard. Like 3D displays, by 2020, you’ll feel like you’re really in the movie, no headset required. Immersive audio will also require fewer speakers. “Gone are the days where you really need seven surround-sound speakers for 7.1 systems,” notes Tech Council member/industry expert Julie Jacobson. Then,
immersive personal audio will soon follow suit. Yes, headphones that create an illusion that sound is occurring at a point in a virtual sphere surrounding the user’s head is coming. All of this means we’ll see the resurgence of high performance audio and video. As Tech Council volunteer Gordon van Zuiden (the owner of cyberManor) puts it, these devices will be able to “replicate what the artist or producer wanted.” The amount of streaming data for entertainment alone will ultimately render copper wire redundant, ending its useful application. For those not streaming, physical media will be analogue only. (And you’ll see pricier vinyl for the purists.) Augmented and virtual reality will soon create mixed reality rooms that replace home theatre. You’re probably familiar with virtual reality headsets? There’s also “augmented reality,” technology that over-lays some kind of digital information over your real-life
experience. Combine those two concepts and you get a buzz-term called “mixed reality.” This dovetails nicely with the coming arrival of contact lenses that will include displays (and even cameras, too) and media with high-resolution video glasses. Following those leaps, implantables will become the new wearables. (The term “implantable” can easily mean something as removable as the aforementioned contact lens.) Broadcasting, though, will undergo a return to The Days of Live TV with the end of (most) free TV: linear TV will be reduced to news and sports. On-demand TV content producers have proven that consumers will pay for content, and the big holdouts among the cord-cutters have been sports fans. That’s where the exceptions hit: Broadcast television will hang around for breaking news (“Storm is coming.”) and realtime sporting events (“United are losing.”). That live TV feed will be everywhere, though:
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Intelligent glass will be used as a control interface, entertainment platform, comfort control, and communication screen. “What if all the glass that’s around you in the house could have some level of projection so that shower doors, windows, and mirrors could be practical interfaces?” asks van Zuiden. Additionally, all media and games will stream directly to smart displays which become apps on walls. Sending the kids chasing a virtual Pikachu all over the house sounds like a pretty good way to wear ’em out on a rainy day. Need more stimuli all around you? Check: Full-wall video with multiscreens will appear in the home. Projection mapping will begin to appear on surfaces throughout the home, too. Think about a distortion-free plaid pattern surreptitiously projected onto a neutralcoloured couch. Sick of tartan? Tap the app and make it blue denim. AI and machine learning will monitor — and fix — your home. Imagine your AI plumbing develops a leak, which triggers a moisture sensor, which tracks the failed pipe or coupling, which orders a small machine loaded with high-tech sealant to close the leak. The IoT will stretch into other rooms of the home and the intelligent kitchen will ensure you never burn another burger. Robotic arms will stir your sauce. Your countertops will become touch screens. Sensors will shut off burners the moment internal meat temps hit the desired doneness. In the garage, autonomous vehicles become more ubiquitous — that’s great, but how
does it impact the CEDIA channel? Simple: All new cars will be internet connected. Meanwhile, user-programmable platforms based on interoperable systems will be the new control and integration paradigm. YOU: “Alexa, please find Casablanca on Apple TV and send it to my Android phone. And order up a pizza.” IT (ACCURATELY): “Deep-Dish Deluxe from Pizza to Go?” (Oh, and: All that name checking we just did means that IoT platforms will retain their brand identity — but become interoperable.) Here comes the part of the discussion where contradictions come in: We will have the same level of interoperability as we do today. Jacobson points out that some providers are moving away from interoperability “so they can more tightly control the user experience and tech support system. Comcast is a perfect example: they offer a small list of curated devices that they allow to interoperate with their system.” On the other hand, interoperability could become more complex, even when devices have the same logo. Pedigo explains it thusly: “Suppose you’ve got Wireless Protocol X. So theoretically, all Protocol X devices should work together; however, there are revision numbers, so Protocol X.1a works well with all Protocol X.1a-z devices, but the latest and greatest is Protocol X.2 is not backwards-compatible.” Always-on high-bandwidth connections will make everything virtualised and/or
stored in the clouds. Goodbye, laptop memory, hello: Big data — which will continue to drive innovation at a pace never seen before (and therein lies a monetisation strategy for IoT devices). “Owning the data, analysing the data, and improving and innovating become the keys to corporate success — all empowered by a connected digital society.” — Mark Barrenechea, CEO, OpenText. As far as physical devices, Moore’s law (the doubling of transistors on a chip every two years) will come to an end and we’ll move on to the next paradigm. It appears that silicon chips can only keep shrinking for five more years. Now it gets really exciting: Predictive algorithms will replace conditional logic. As Jason Tanz wrote in a piece called “the End of Code” in Wired magazine: With machine learning, programmers don’t encode computers with instructions. They train them. If you want to teach a neural network to recognise a cat … you simply show it thousands and thousands of photos of cats, and eventually it works things out. If it keeps misclassifying foxes as cats, you don’t rewrite the code. You just keep coaching it. Collecting and connecting this amount of data and things has a con: The con? Everything that can be hacked will be hacked. The pro? We’ll have a seamless technology experience between devices and locations. A combination of gesture and voice recognition means we’ll see “No User Interface” replacing GUI and VUI (graphical and voice) everywhere we turn.
TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS AT ISE 2017 C
EDIA brings a varied and extensive education programme to ISE 2017. Attendees will be able to access more than 30 high quality training sessions over the four days of the event, covering a vast range of technology and business topics with places available for pre-booking at an early bird discounted rate, available until 15 January 2017. From a technology perspective, courses will cover innovations heading our way, led by CEDIA’s VP of Emerging Technologies Dave Pedigo and supported by a range of impressive subject experts from across the globe. CEDIA will provide a full-day Home Cinema Design Course, a full-day Rack-Building Session and an Advanced Networking
Course. There will also be sessions on Technology Integration for SuperYachts, Remote Management, Re-occurring Revenues, Immersive Sound, Design Thinking, Hi-Definition Audio, Voice Control, and much, much more. Renowned US business guru Leslie Shiner will also be presenting sessions at the show for the first time, including: ●● Warning! Avoid these 10 Simple Things that Can Put You Out of Business ●● Understanding Labour, Cost, Productivity and Efficiency ●● Work Smarter, Not Harder Workshop for Business Owners Whatever the skill-set you wish to develop, the CEDIA ISE Training Programme has the content you
need to move to the next level. It’s packed with important information for businesses keen to succeed and delivered by excellent, very knowledgeable presenters. In addition, attendees can also join free CEDIA Talks — a series of TEDstyle, bite-sized sessions, hosted on the CEDIA booth every day of the
show. Here, thought leaders will take a look at a huge range of issues facing the industry today. Take a look at the detailed programme in the handy supplement that comes with this issue of RISE Magazine and remember to book your place via www.iseurope.org.
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INFOCOMM: GROWING THE AV INDUSTRY INTO A GLOBAL MARKET FORCE By David Labuskes, CTS, CAE, RCDD, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International
David Labuskes, CTS, CAE, RCDD, is Executive Director and CEO of InfoComm International
was recently at an industry event and came across a familiar character. He was all blackand-white, slouching low in a leather armchair, sunglasses on, tie flying back, and being literally blown away. You’ve seen him: It’s the Maxell guy, from the iconic, 1980s print ad for Maxell tapes. It’s a compelling visual and a classic representation of what makes the AV industry so great. But as you’ll recall, it’s an ad for tapes. They don’t even make VCRs anymore. And that’s okay, because here’s what I love about the ad: Products and technologies come and go, but experiences represent the enduring impact of audiovisual systems. Which brings me to Integrated Systems Europe 2017 in Amsterdam, one of the world’s great celebrations of AV. ISE is a perfect way to start a new year, and I’m here to tell you that InfoComm International and its Board of Directors have been looking ahead since before last ISE, crafting a plan to support this exciting industry from now until 2020. About three years ago, InfoComm started emphasising the fact that AV professionals were really in the business of
creating experiences. We took the message to members all around the world and watched as companies embraced its meaning. Now it’s time to take the message to a wider audience. AV has come to pervade all aspects of life and business. The technology has become so outstanding — and accessible — that it’s in high demand. Late last year, InfoComm released its new 2016 Global Pro-AV Distribution Channel and Trends Report (infocomm.org/research), which indicates that 2017 should see continued growth in solution sales, based on growing demand. At the same time, two other things have happened: AV technology has grown more commoditised, and it’s started to fall under the purview of information technology departments at more enterprises. Those enterprises understand the business benefits of AV systems and they want them to be part of their overall technology strategy. At first blush, this may sound like unwelcome change. It’s not. It’s an incredible opportunity. But the change buffeting this industry has made it so that we also need to change the way we communicate the value of AV. IT departments understand data and efficiency; they don’t necessarily understand experience, nor the fact that experience, when it comes to AV systems, will lead to the business outcomes their bosses seek. Part of InfoComm’s next strategic plan is to take the message directly to enterprise decision makers — the people in corporations, universities, hospitals, stores, and hotels who write the cheques for technology solutions (or influence the writing of cheques). With the help of professionals like you, we’ve been successful in growing this industry. Now we all need to grow the market for AV solutions. InfoComm plans to help increase awareness of AV by going directly to your enterprise customers and talking about experiences and outcomes. We’re also going to become an authoritative source for market intelligence. Enterprise customers live in a world of data and analysis, so we want to be able to tell our industry’s story through in-depth research. And we’re going to reinvent our value proposition, including looking at ways to welcome more diverse companies to our ecosystem, including important participants that don’t necessarily see themselves in AV. The distinction between “market growth” and “industry growth” is key to the next three years at InfoComm. We’ve spent more than 75 years helping grow the industry — training and certifying AV professionals, establishing best practices, developing standards, and building trade shows like ISE that bring manufacturers and AV pros together. And we have no intention of retreating from 75-plus years of progress. Rather, we intend to build on that foundation as we move forward. InfoComm’s commitment to helping grow the market for AV means reaching beyond the industry and into the organisations that benefit from what you do; to increase awareness and communicate how AV technology helps enterprises achieve their goals. The future’s bright. Wear those shades. Even if you need to hold them in place when you’re blown away by the experience of AV.
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INFOCOMM STREAMLINES INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION For the first time, InfoComm International is making it as easy as possible for interested AV professionals to study and test for the globally recognised Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) credential during ISE 2017. certified, you are showing them that you are willing to invest in their professional development. By recognising their professional accomplishments, you are going the extra mile to keep them challenged and satisfied. CTS certification is accredited by ISO, the International Standards Organisation, under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard. Clients recognise the value of accredited certifications and trust those companies whose teams are qualified and certified. The CTS programme is delivering benefits to companies and individuals alike across the world. Make ISE 2017 the place to get your teams certified this year.
nterest in the CTS programme is on the rise across Europe. In September 2016, AV Magazine gave its inaugural European CTS Holder of the Year Award to Colin Jacobs CTS-D, Design Manager at Snelling Business Systems Ltd. Speaking after collecting this accolade, Colin said: “CTS is widely accepted as the de-facto professional certification for the AV industry and as such it lends the stamp of professionalism to my position and to the company. By virtue of association, I find clients find confidence that their project will be in safe hands. CTS certification has also helped us improve the way we deliver too. Through my certifications and continued learning, I am able to improve our processes, reduce the time and resources spent on a job, as well as develop rigid in-house training and development programmes (a project I lead within SBS).” To help encourage more professionals to earn their CTS certification, InfoComm will be offering a new ISE CTS Certification Package that includes a multiday, in-depth Prep Class and a half day Study Session — and at €500 for the Early Bird ISE CTS Package, value for money couldn’t be better. Exams will be run on the Thursday and Friday — prices for the CTS exam start at €340 for InfoComm members. For more than 30 years, InfoComm has administered the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) programme, recognised worldwide as the leading AV professional credential. CTS is a proven credential that is bringing quantifiable benefits to businesses and individuals throughout the AV community. As well as the obvious professional development benefits that individuals gain, more and more member companies are reporting significant impact of ensuring their teams are CTS certified; from winning larger contracts to CTS certification being written into some contracts at the tender stage, CTS certification is helping businesses grow in a number of ways. Clients recognise the value of accredited certifications and they trust that your company has the best people to get the job done. When you ask your employees to get
CTS AT ISE 2017 INCLUDES: CTS CERTIFICATION PACKAGE: A 2.5 day CTS Prep course with the opportunity for students to quickly put their knowledge to work by taking the CTS exam shortly after completion of the course. Through this course, candidates will practice test-taking skills and hone in on the specific areas, and then take the exam while the information is still fresh. The CTS Certification Package also includes a half-day CTS Study session designed as a refresher in preparation for CTS exams. Exams must be purchased separately. CTS, CTS-I, CTS-D EXAMS: CTS exams must be booked and paid for via the InfoComm website and exam appointments will then be allocated through Pearson Vue upon registration.
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nfoComm has once again stepped up its efforts in order to deliver continued growth in Europe. Investment in the region has again seen an impressive increase in memberships, with numbers up by 17.4% from 574 to 674 since January 2015. A string of appointments and partnership agreements made in 2016 have strengthened InfoComm’s European team, and allowed the organisation to deliver a packed schedule of regional activities as part of its drive to add value to its members. Last year at ISE 2016, InfoComm announced it had partnered with AV and IT Solutions distributor Leteng AS to offer professional AV training in Norway. “This partnership with Leteng AS is a testament to our progress in expanding our training resources in Europe,” said Pamela Taggart, CTS, Senior Director of Development for Europe, InfoComm International. “Partnerships like this allow the AV industry to increase the number of skilled professionals around the world.” This successful initiative sees courses using InfoComm materials continuing to take place in Norway in 2017. Further educational inroads were made into Europe thanks to a series of partnerships with influential organisations. InfoComm teamed up with LINDY, which delivered a series of successful webinars in four different languages, including French for the first time ever. A friendship agreement with Spanish AV association Asociación de Fabricantes, Importadores de Sonido, Iluminacion y Tecnologias Audiovisuales (AFIAL) led to a series of co-hosted AVT Challenges in Spain as part of InfoComm’s bid to promote professional development in the region. The AVT Challenges were a volunteer-led initiative, made possible with the hard work of the InfoComm Spanish Advisory Group. Other successful events in a busy European
AFIAL link-up was one of many partnership successes for InfoComm in 2016 TOP ROW: John Woodstock (InfoComm), José Luis Vila (Equipson S.A), Terry Friesenborg (InfoComm), Nacho Acha-Orbea (Entertainment Equipment Supplies S.L), Bill Thomas (InfoComm). BOTTOM ROW: Nacho Alberdi (SeeSound), Dave Labuskes (InfoComm), Miguel Mezquita (Earpro), Pamela Taggart (InfoComm)
schedule included a Networked AV Systems Training Day in Utrecht and a string of roundtable events in London and Dublin. The teams will be looking to continue these activities throughout 2017. InfoComm also participated in a plethora of cooperative events with AV Media in Czech Republic, Epson in Italy, Commtec and Prodytel in Germany, NEC in the UK, and many other member companies where InfoComm added value to its existing events by contributing content, education, industry experts, or awareness. The organisation reached out to the Italian market with the local systems integration industry association, SIEC (Systems Integration Experience Community). A series of cooperative webinars were held, and InfoComm worked with the company at SIEC show in Bologna
“This partnership with Leteng AS is a testament to our progress in expanding our training resources in Europe.” Pamela Taggart, CTS, Senior Director of Development for Europe, InfoComm International.
to offer joint sessions. The joint seminars at the show were delivered by the InfoComm Italian Advisory Group, highlighting that volunteers are helping to lead the way with InfoComm and increase awareness. Pam Taggart said: “InfoComm and SIEC are continuing our close relationship, as we seek to maximise opportunities for promoting education standards and best practice. We share many goals in common including education, certification, and of course in growing the AV industry here.” As the worlds of AV and IT continue to converge, InfoComm and Harman Professional Solutions have developed a brand-new education program designed to bridge the skills gap in this area. The organisations offered a two-day course titled Design for
Streaming. “We are delighted to be collaborating with InfoComm to deliver this new seminar in Europe,” said Graeme Scott, European Training Manager, Harman Professional Solutions. “InfoComm believes in promoting knowledge and quality throughout the industry; beliefs that Harman also holds very dear.” In a further growth initiative, InfoComm formed an agreement with distributor Maverick to provide 40 European AV companies with InfoComm memberships. “At Maverick, we see the growth of InfoComm in Europe as an important step in enabling
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the training and development of individuals and organisations. This not only ensures the industry delivers an exceptional experience to end users but also allows customers to identify organisations that hold accreditations,” said Jon Sidwick, Vice President, Maverick. A partnership with Stampede saw the distributor offer free one-year InfoComm Affiliate Memberships to AV professionals in Europe. “Stampede has a formidable operation that has global reach and deep roots in the integration community,” Taggart said.
Introducing InfoComm’s Latest European Team Member InfoComm has appointed Laurien Pauw to the position of Account Manager for Northern Europe. Based in the Netherlands, Laurien is working with members in the Benelux and Nordic regions. She possesses a wealth of experience, having worked as an account manager at several radio stations, a large publisher and a TV production company. Laurien also worked as a channel and partner manager in the telecom industry. “We’re thrilled to welcome Laurien to the team,” said Pamela Taggart, Senior Director of Development Europe at InfoComm International. “It is an exciting time for InfoComm. We look forward to developing our European offering as we continue to experience significant membership growth.”
“We think that our joint Affiliate Membership offer will appeal to the growing number of European AV companies and individuals looking to benefit from the best training resources and associated services the industry has to offer.” As a further marker of InfoComm’s growing presence in Europe, the European Commission (EC) released a tender for AV and conference technology (AV&C) worth €15m that mentioned InfoComm training and certification as part of the Quality of Service evaluation criteria, which earned the submitting company points. These accumulated points determined a score, which formed part of deciding (neutrally) who won the tender. In describing the staff profiles the EC would seek through the tender, InfoComm’s Certified Technology Specialist — CTS, CTS-D and CTS-I certifications — were listed as qualifications. 2017 will again see InfoComm seek to raise the bar in Europe by continuing its efforts to promote professional development, standards and the industry, with a host of activities in the pipeline. With its sights firmly set on increasing membership numbers and delivering value, the AV industry can be sure that InfoComm will provide another host of engaging educational activities for the year ahead.
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TECHNOLOGY AT ISE 2017 Integrated Systems Europe offers visitors the unique opportunity to discover the latest products, technologies and workflows from the world’s leading AV manufacturers and service suppliers. Ian McMurray explores what’s likely to be seen at ISE 2017.
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DIGITAL SIGNAGE n SEE FLOORPLAN: HALL 8
“Displays with integrated media players are winning market share because they enable first time digital signage customers to easily deploy simple solutions.” Image courtesy of Samsung
rom education to healthcare, from transportation to hospitality — and, yes, to retail — few AV technologies embrace more market sectors than digital signage. Mordor Intelligence says it will be worth over $21 billion by 2020: Markets and Markets, not to be outdone, says it will be worth over $27 billion by 2022. Other researchers have approximately similar numbers, and forecast growth in the region of 5.5–7.5%.
Florian Rotberg, Managing Director, invidis consulting Digital Signage is now a proven, established market — which means, for the most part, that changes and developments are incremental, rather than revolutionary. There continue to be developments across the board — in screens, in content creation, in players — with a notable one seeing digital signage systems integrated with the corporate network to give access to, for example, ERP systems. That, in turn, is attracting growing numbers of IT integrators.
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • It’s long been the mantra of the digital signage market: “Content is king”. While the screen hardware gets all the attention, it’s the ease with which content can be created, updated and distributed that is the real driver. HTML5 has brought real change to the industry, by allowing the rise of simple content authoring and playback appliances that have substantially lowered the barriers to entry. Look out for innovations in content creation at the show. • Some of the most eye-catching and captivating digital signage installations comprise multiple screens arranged as a video wall. But: the invisible bezel — to deliver a seamless image — has become something of a holy grail in the industry. We’re now starting to see “super narrow bezel” and “ultra-narrow bezel” technology, with bezels as minuscule as 3.5mm. Can screen manufacturers make them any smaller? ISE 2017 will be the place to find out. • A bezel is still a bezel, however thin. That’s seen digital signage users turn to large screen flat panel displays, although these can present affordability and logistical challenges. Brightness is becoming more important as signage moves outdoors. ISE 2016 saw the launch of commercial OLED-based displays — and the past 12 months has seen LED technology make huge strides in terms of pixel pitch, and thus viewability from close distances. Whatever the latest developments in screen technology, you can expect to see them at ISE 2017.
• ‘Engagement’ and ‘enhancing the customer journey’ continue to be the goals of retail organisations, and digital signage has a role. Various technologies have been tried — QR codes, NFC, motion sensing, touch interactivity, facial recognition — as has social media interaction, with varying degrees of success. The quest continues, though, to do more than simply ‘advertise’. ISE 2017 will show new developments in how digital signage interacts with consumers. • ‘Wayfinding’ and ‘information delivery’ continue to be a key market for digital signage, especially in transportation hubs such as airports, train stations and the like. The increasing use of screens outdoors is putting emphasis on survivability in terms of resistance to extremes of temperature, water and contaminant ingress and vandalism. Increased ‘ruggedization’ is likely to be feature of many new product introductions in Amsterdam. • Measuring the effectiveness of digital signage continues to challenge the industry as it competes for marketing spend with more entrenched media such as billboards. Using sensors and other technologies, metrics — such as impressions, dwell time, and viewer response — can be gathered and, using the power of Big Data, a feedback loop created in order to increase effectiveness. Look out for products enabling increased sophistication of information collection at ISE 2017.
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“IT-ification within the AV industry has been ongoing for a number of years and will continue to impact on both industries, but by no means negatively. In the long term, integrating AV and IT will lead to a more streamlined use of technology, with better results for the end users.” Image courtesy of Samsung
he buzzword in primary/secondary education is ‘engagement’ because it is proven to improve student learning outcomes – the measure by which investment in AV technology is judged. That means not just interactivity, but the inclusion of platforms with which pupils are already familiar. Interactivity lends itself ideally to a collaborative style of learning.
Lee Moss, Marketing Manager, CDEC Collaboration tools and technologies are no less important in education than in other markets. While there remains some lingering preference for proven, trusted technologies, educational organisations are increasingly — despite budgets that continue to be constrained, and teacher reticence — looking to deploy “the latest thing”.
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • Perhaps the biggest shift in the education market over the past year has been the decline of IWBs (interactive white boards) and the rise of large flat panel displays (FPDs), often Android based and supporting a range of learning facilities. IWBs are far from dead, though, and ISE 2017 will see new products launched in that category as well as new FPDs designed for education. • The BYOD/mobile device phenomenon continues unabated, with tablets and smart phones becoming increasingly central to the learning experience. For higher education, providing these devices free of charge has become a competitive differentiator. Mobile devices specifically designed for education are likely to feature prominently at this year’s show. • As with other market sectors, the line between AV technology and IT technology is blurring. This has been the case in higher education for some time, but it is increasingly being felt in primary/secondary education. Security has become a significant issue. Expect to see companies specifically addressing this challenge at ISE 2017.
• Projectors in many schools are being replaced by large flat panel displays — but projectors have been given a new lease of life by LED/laser illumination, giving them a lower lifetime cost of ownership. 2017 will see the launch of new LED/laser projectors — many with short throw and ultra-short throw lenses, specifically designed for the classroom. • The cloud is becoming as omnipresent in education as it is in other AV markets, bringing with it new levels of flexibility, accessibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness. It’s now home to many of the resources — notably video — that are being deployed in classrooms and lecture halls. VLEs (virtual learning environments) and MOOCs (massive open online courses) are being facilitated by AV technology. • There’s a real buzz in the industry about VR/AR (virtual reality/ augmented reality). It seems likely that education will be an early adopter, given the power of these technologies not just to engage, but to immerse. They may well be part of the trend towards gamification. We expect ISE 2017 will see early examples of these.
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“At ISE 2017 , there will also be the opportunity to unearth new gems — those niche products that will, perhaps, meet the needs of one or two customers today, but have the potential to solve problems for many more customers in the future.” Image courtesy of Creston
rom what now seem like simple home theatre systems through what were often point solutions for controlling lighting, heating and so on, the home automation market has begun a transformational journey. This will see the integration of almost every device in the home as the Internet of Things moves from being an academic concept to an everyday reality.
Dave Pedigo, Senior Director of Learning & Emerging Technology at CEDIA The challenge for manufacturers and integrators/home technology professions (HTPs) comes from the off-the-shelf devices that are becoming increasingly available. The opportunity is to integrate ‘things’ into seamless solutions, accessible from anywhere. The Internet of Things is not about ‘things’ — it’s about the services that join them together to deliver real consumer value.
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • As more devices in the home become controllable, making it intuitive to control them has become a design imperative. With Siri and Cortana — and the, in many ways, game-changing Amazon Echo — we’re becoming increasingly used to using the spoken word to achieve what we want to do. Control and automation will, again, be a key theme at the show. ISE 2017 will see the introduction of new generations control platforms in new applications. • According to Frost and Sullivan the average four person family home will have around 36 IoT devices by 2020. The key product at present is smart thermostats — there are estimated to be over two million installed in Europe alone — not least for their ability to generate worthwhile savings. At the show, look out for new entrants into this hot market. • Immersive audio from Dolby Atmos, Auro 3D and DTS:X is seeing really great traction in home cinema applications. This plays into the growing consumer trend for environments that engage people fully in a deep, emotional movie-watching or live music experience. We will see more from these major players at ISE 2017 and beyond.
• Few in the industry haven’t been following the trials and tribulations of the Oculus Rift. The big question in many minds is whether AR (augmented reality) and/or VR (virtual reality) will ever move beyond being a niche gaming product. Doogle and Sony seem to think it will. ISE 2017 will be the place to help make your mind up. • There are those who believe that the increasing affordability — and audio quality — of soundbars may further extend the role of the TV as an entertainment hub, such that it is no longer the gateway to a video library, but also to a music collection — both local and remote. The availability of soundbars featuring, for example, Dolby Atmos technology may make that even more likely. It will be fascinating to see how this plays out at ISE 2017. • LCD TVs have had a long and hugely successful run. But are they about to be challenged? OLED has advantages in terms of convenience and image quality, and is inching towards prime time. Meanwhile, diminishing inter-pixel gaps for LED technology may make the unthinkable thinkable: an LED screen you can comfortably watch from only a few feet away. ISE 2017 will give a good indication of where the future lies for consumer screens.
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“Smart buildings and the promise of IoT present a perfect opportunity to change the conversation with customers and talk, not about technologies, but about the experiences they’re looking to create.” Brad Grimes, Director of Communications, InfoComm
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uch of the coverage of the Internet of Things tends to focus on eye-catching consumer applications, such as the camera in your fridge that will allow you to see what you need when you’re
in the supermarket. The reality, though, is that the IoT will have a far more profound impact on commerce and industry. Cisco Systems estimates that 50 billion objects will be connected via the
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • It’s easy to overlook the fact that one of the most compelling aspects of the Internet of Things is its relationship with Big Data. Data can be generated by, and collected from, every connected device — data that, properly used, can create actionable business information and opportunities for improvement. ‘Predictive analytics’ is the way forward. At ISE 2017, look for organisations that can turn the Internet of Things into the Internet of Facts and Trends. • Every device connected to a network is an opportunity for a security breach. Multiply the devices, and you multiply the security threat. Encryption and user validation are only two approaches to minimising risk — along, of course, with physical security. Find out at the show how manufacturers are addressing a very real concern. • A key objective of smart buildings is to minimise power consumption — saving money and, perhaps more importantly, contributing to sustainability. However: those same smart buildings are seeing a proliferation of cameras, sensors, wireless access points and so on — all of which consume power. A key thrust for the industry is to find ways of mitigating that impact with lower power solutions. ISE 2017 will provide the opportunity to find out who’s doing what.
IoT by 2020, and the IoT will generate $19 trillion over the next decade. The majority of that growth will likely come from commercial buildings. Meanwhile, energy consumption
continues to be a key driver of the smart buildings market: the International Energy Agency believes that some 40% of the world’s energy is consumed by buildings.
• In a fiercely competitive world, hiring and retaining the best employees is essential — and providing an optimum working environment for them is key to achieving that goal. While the focus in smart buildings remains on operational efficiency, the best smart buildings are making a contribution to employee satisfaction and productivity. For the latest developments in how intelligent buildings will optimise the occupant experience, ISE 2017 is the place to be. • Historically, many of the management systems in a building were connected, often via proprietary networks — but not to each other. IP, and standards like IEEE 802.3, are changing all that, providing an opportunity that allows all building management systems and associated devices to be interconnected through common wired or wireless infrastructure. Evidence of how IP is transforming smart buildings — and the whole AV industry — will be plentiful at ISE 2017. • Increasingly, smart buildings are about much more than HVAC, security, lighting control and so on. A more holistic, more joinedup approach is seeing management systems provide a way of making better utilisation of any building’s key asset — its rooms. With an increasingly mobile workforce, and the growth in working from home, space wastage can be minimised. Finding innovative ways of doing things differently are the cornerstone of the ISE 2017 experience.
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“By offering a trusted, pre-integrated, standards-based UC solution, integrators can install more systems faster, and they can then focus on where to add value.” Image courtesy of Polycom
ccording to Global Market Insights, the unified communications (UC) market will be worth some $96 billion by 2023. Cisco says that nine out of ten conference spaces worldwide are not equipped with video communications. By any measures, UC represents a significant opportunity for manufacturers and integrators alike. The last few years has seen what is almost a seismic shift in meeting technology. It’s not so long ago since a videoconferencing facility was a
Brad Grimes, Director of Communications, InfoComm rare and expensive beast, affordable only for the largest organisations. Proprietary architectures and minimal interoperability bedevilled the market. Today, open standards are the norm, and unified communications incorporates, for example, easy document sharing around the world. Today’s interactive, collaborative meetings are now just as likely to be ad hoc, on-the-fly, spontaneous — and the era of the huddle room is upon us. The scalability of UC solutions is key to its success.
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • If people huddled in 2016, they’ll be doing it even more in 2017 as tech-savvy millennials look to communicate in ways with which they’re very familiar and “collaboration” is the watchword. The huddle room has become a real unified communications phenomenon, enabling screen and content sharing among small but geographically disparate groups. ISE 2017 is the place to see and hear about the latest technology developments. • An increasing percentage of the work force is no longer officebased. Collaboration solutions that integrate mobile devices — phones, tablets, laptops — are growing in popularity. The latest UC technologies recognise and embrace this ensuring that, wherever a participant is, he or she can not only attend the meeting, but actively participate in it. Expect to find leading edge examples of this approach in Amsterdam. • UC, video conferencing and so on are no longer, for the most part, technology islands managed by an AV organisation. Their strategic and tactical importance — they have become missioncritical applications — and their absolute dependence on the network mean they are now mainly in the domain of the IT team, and IP-capable devices are now standard. Look out for innovative new IP-enabled UC devices at the show.
• The new word in the business lexicon is “agile” — the ability to react, to move quickly. That’s seen the rise of portable huddle room systems that integrate video, audio and screen sharing into a simple, easy-to-carry conferencing solution that can be set up anywhere — in moments. 2017 will see industry emphasis on easy-to-move, easy-to-deploy UC solutions — and they’ll be on show at ISE 2017. • Whatever the kind of collaboration — fixed video conference room or huddle — the chances are, increasingly, that it will be cloud-based, whether exclusively, using a hybrid model or on an ‘as-required’ basis. Whether that cloud is public or private will be both transparent and irrelevant: it will work seamlessly, and will be hugely cost-effective. Expect to see an increasing number of cloud-based solutions — and not just in UC — at ISE 2017. • Integration with the corporate network. UC, video conferencing and so on are no longer, for the most part, technology islands managed by an AV organisation. Their strategic and tactical importance — they have become mission-critical applications — and their absolute dependence on the network mean they are now in the domain of the IT team. ISE 2017 will see major IT vendors demonstrating their ability to power the UC revolution.
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“I expect 2017 to be the year of the battle for audio control. With audio networking fast becoming a standard system requirement, the next stage is to try and join things up.” Roland Hemming, Consultant, RH Consulting
he last few years have witnessed a tremendous explosion in the possibilities presented by immersive audio. From more all-encompassing sonic environments in museums and other install applications, to increasingly ambitious ideas involving broadcast production, immersive audio and various related developments — often now grouped together under the catch-all term Next Generation Audio (NGA) — are now poised to usher in one of the most significant periods
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR • Support for the AES67 standard — which aims to provide interoperability between existing Audio over IP (AoIP) networking technologies – has grown significantly over the last 18 months. But whilst the transportation aspect is beginning to assume clarity, there is a feeling that much still needs to be accomplished around the issue of network control. A major problem has been actually trying to define exactly what needs to be done to provide users with genuine benefits. At ISE 2017, expect to see different attempts to provide a variety of answers to this complex issue. • There will also be signs of the next stage of the networked audio revolution in which devices that have network connections only will start to become prevalent. Removing analogue connections enables a more flexible form factor and a reduction in cost. Building on this, an increasing number of products use Power Over Ethernet (Poe), which will simplify connectivity. You’ll see examples at ISE 2017. • Immersive audio technologies including Dolby Atmos and Auro 3D are now making a major impact in the home environment. In
of change since the transition from analogue to digital audio began in earnest. Similarly, the shift from point-to-point connectivity to networked audio continues to accelerate. In the main, this change has been driven by IP-based technologies, with an ever more broad cross-section of endusers looking to benefit from their scalability and ease of integration into existing network infrastructures.
particular, soundbars that allow consumers to achieve a more cost-effective entry point to the immersive audio world are likely to be particularly discernible. This development acknowledges that only a relatively small number of householders will have the space and/or resources for large-scale immersive installations. ISE 2017 will provide the opportunity to see plenty more from these and other key players. • As with any new entertainment-driven trend, progress will to a large extent be a function of the availability of content. With an increasing number of broadcasters now examining ways to augment their 4K/UHD productions with NGA techniques, ISE 2017 may play host to a number of new solutions geared towards enabling immersive audio delivery that is cost-effective and complementary to existing workflows. • The emergence of a new generation of IP-based intercom platforms that support numerous applications and flexible (re) configuration has been a recurring theme of recent ISEs. Given the innovative new systems to have emerged over the last 12 months, that should be expected to continue at ISE 2017.
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Dave Pedigo, Senior Director of Learning & Emerging Technology at CEDIA
Brad Grimes, Director of Communications, InfoComm
Florian Rotberg, Managing Director, invidis consulting
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PRODUCTS & INNOVATIONS Exclusive previews of new products and technical innovations being shown at ISE 2017
Analog Way upgrades VIO 4K convertor The latest version of the VIO 4K — Analog Way’s powerful multi-format converter offering the latest generation of digital connectivity — includes three slots for optional I/O interfaces to provide optimum versatility and double or triple the output capability of the previous VIO 4K. Four new optional expansion modules will be showcased during the show. In addition to the audio processing module with professional XLR analogue and AES/EBU audio connections, VIO 4K is now available with a Dante audio interface supporting up to eight bidirectional Dante audio channels. As for video expansion modules, one is equipped with HDMI 2.0 and
DP 1.2 input/output plugs that can handle formats up to 4K60Hz 4:4:4. The second module can convert HDMI 2.0 or DP 1.2 to either Quad-Link 3G-SDI or 12G-SDI, and vice versa while supporting formats up to 4K60Hz 4:4:4. The third module option adds additional 2K outputs. When fully loaded, VIO 4K features up to nine inputs and three independently scaled outputs. STAND: 3-C95
Analog Way introduces RCU show sequencer Analog Way unveils RCU, a new solution to control large scale displays needed in major arenas, stadia, corporate lobbies and other relevant environments. Such large displays can benefit from this powerful rack-mount, show sequencer, which is able to control dozens of switchers using Analog Way’s LiveCore platform, providing up to 100 outputs, a large number of sources and PIPs with high-end real time processing and advanced video effects. Ideally adapted to complex configurations, it allows users to create and switch between many different layouts to guarantee unrivalled visual
experiences. RCU has also been designed to control various external devices, including media servers, PTZ cameras, and matrix routers. Extremely reliable, the highly developed hardware is able to run 365 days a year in any mission-critical environments. RCU can be remotely operated and perfectly adapted to any kind of automated environment. STAND: 3-C95
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Basalte multi-room audio system with new server and amplifier
AV life is easier with new mini converters from Blackmagic Design
The Asano multi-room audio system amplifies and distributes uncompressed hi-fi music in high-end residences all over the world, KNX-integrated or standalone. The decentralised setup results in an unprecedented flexibility and scalability to a virtually unlimited number of zones. The new S4 music server hosts four digital audio streams, allowing users to listen to their own music and streamed content. With the beautiful app and KNX-integration, users can play music that is perfectly synchronised and in crystal clear quality, anywhere. In combination with the S4, the new M4 four-zone amplifier creates a standalone multi-room audio solution. Additionally, Basalte introduces its active speaker concept. The design is customisable, as the cabinet is available in the same highgrade finishes as Basalte’s switches, including brushed brass and aluminium. There are also a rich variety of luxury front cover fabrics available for matching any interior.
Blackmagic Design’s range of 12G-SDI Teranex Mini converters make connecting AV facilities and supporting all kinds of live production video systems easier than ever before. Designed using award winning Teranex video processing, the converters support all SD, HD and Ultra HD formats. Standalone or rack mountable, you can also see the video going through the converter using the built in LCD screen. All Teranex Minis include an internal AC power supply, professional XLR analogue and AES/EBU audio connections and an ethernet connection for remote management and PoE alternate power. Teranex Mini features a user upgradable front panel that includes a colour display and user controls so that users can quickly monitor video and change settings right from the front of the converter. The units are so small that they can be hidden in cable ducts, behind equipment and attached to televisions for monitoring.
Instant results with Blackmagic Design’s Duplicator 4K
Blackmagic Design’s Duplicator 4K lets live production teams increase revenues by recording files onto SD cards, which can be distributed to customers the moment an event has finished. Featuring 25 built in SD card recorders, multi rate 12G-SDI connectivity and real-time H.265 encoding, Blackmagic Duplicator 4K delivers Ultra HD content that customers can view at home. The multi-rate 12G-SDI connections enable recording in all SD, HD and Ultra HD formats, up to 2160p60. The H.265 encoding gives higher quality video in smaller files, meaning smaller and
less expensive SD cards. Users can even connect multiple duplicators together to make hundreds of recordings all at once. One of the best opportunities to sell content is right after an event, when people are still excited about it. With Blackmagic Design’s Duplicator 4K, it’s possible to capture the enthusiasm of impulse buyers and instantly sell them a copy before they walk out the door. STAND: 3-C128
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Level up your installs with Dynamic Height Adjust
Modular Series allows configuration of multi-display solutions
Chief’s Fusion Dynamic Height Adjust Mounts provide greater accessibility to interactive technology displays, which are taking a greater role in many AV applications. Create instant, tool-free height adjust with smooth, effortless motion. Fusion Dynamic Height Adjust Mounts are much faster to position than electric display mounts, and you won’t have to worry about electrical issues within the mechanism. Features include:- mobile, wall and floor-supported solutions; height adjustable box instantly allows up to 400 mm of vertical adjustment; the starting height can be set at 76 mm intervals over a span of 305 mm for the cart and floor support solutions
Chief customers wanted increased flexibility to allow them to be increasingly creative and to be able to work with non-standardised multi-display configurations. Chief’s Fusion Modular Series utilises common components of Fusion multi-display mounts and a new online configurator to give customers the ability to build and order the parts necessary to meet their exact digital signage application requirements. Users enter the number of displays, orientation and configuration details and Chief ships out a custom bundled solution to meet the exact digital signage specifications. Customers are able to buy the pieces of Fusion needed to create wall and ceiling mounted menu boards to order. The tool provides the user with the correct length of extrusion as well as the number and type of interface brackets, plates and columns.
Crestron introduces blazing fast new TSW touchscreens Crestron, a global leader in enterprise control and automation technology, is presenting its new generation of its award-winning line of TSW touchscreens at ISE 2017. The TSW-560, TSW-760, and TSW 1060 deliver a bold new level of touch screen performance for a broad range of enterprise applications. On top of that, the new touchscreens are available at the same, or even lower, pricing as the prior generation. “Crestron TSW touch screens are already the gold standard for the industry,” said Byron Wendling, Technology Manager at Crestron. “For the new generation, we focused on the incredibly fast new processor and making strategic improvements that deliver big benefits to integrators and their customers.” Crestron took special care not to make any changes
that disrupt how integrators install and commission TSWs. The sleek styling and colours remain the same, as does power via PoE and easy mounting options. STAND: 2-C24
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Crestron presents its latest streaming encoder/decoder The Crestron DM-TXRX-100-STR is a compact H.264 streaming encoder/decoder designed to enable the distribution of high-definition AV signals over an IP network. Configurable as either a transmitter or receiver, it provides a perfect complement to a DigitalMedia switcher with one or more streaming inputs or outputs, and can also be used to add streaming capability to other switchers and devices. By transporting all video, audio, control, and power signals through a single PoE LAN connection, the DM-TXRX-100-STR delivers the perfect solution for those applications where new or dedicated wiring cannot be installed. Streaming via the DM-TXRX-100-STR provides many deployment options to address a wide range of streaming applications and to
accommodate each organisation’s specific IT requirements. Both unicast and multicast streaming is supported, with or without RTSP (real-time streaming protocol). Streaming connections can be configured to stream directly to one or more specific IP addresses, or to use RTSP to manage the configuration of numerous connections automatically. STAND: 2-C24
Multilingual meeting room reservation system from CUE CUE’s touchONE is a multilingual meeting room reservation system for boardrooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, classrooms, sports centres and other meeting places. The quick and easy installation doesn’t require any special software or expert knowledge. The touchONE technology is suitable not only for small offices, but also for large corporate installations. It offers simple reservation straight from the touch panel, computer or mobile device through Outlook, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Exchange Server or Google G Suite. The 7in or 12in touch panel shows the current state of the room and reservation calendar and it allows room reservation functionality, such as meeting cancellation or prolongation. All models are equipped with green and red indicators for ‘free’ or ‘occupied’ room. The touchONE can also show an overall summary of all reservations in a high-traffic part of the building, such as the lobby or reception. STAND: 1-M123
d&b audiotechnik elevates permanent point source performance For nightclubs, multipurpose centres, houses of worship and more, the new 24S/24S-D point source loudspeakers and 21S subwoofer reset the performance level of the installation specific d&b xS-Series. Elegantly designed to integrate, 24S/24S-D house two 12in drivers in a dipolar driver arrangement, resulting in impressive directivity control down to 500Hz and beyond. This means less energy is dispersed into the reverberant field, improving speech intelligibility and increasing gain before feedback; ideal wherever vocal clarity is key. Furthermore, with their large cabinet volume, they produce a truly full-range performance making them perfect standalone solutions. For bass-heavy nightclubs and live productions, the 21S-SUB, with its single 21in driver, extends the frequency response of this already high power system down to 35Hz, as well as increasing LF headroom. Its small cabinet
footprint requires limited floor space, while an optional INFRA mode enables it to supplement other d&b installation specific subwoofers. STAND: 7-C173
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Wireline Advantage eliminates black drop for stunning aesthetic When designing large venues, ballrooms or architecturally appealing rooms, one may feel conflicted when installing a traditional screen in a room with high ceilings that will require a lot of black drop to accommodate an appropriate screen viewing height. The Wireline Advantage is an electric projection screen for large venues that eliminates black drop by lowering only the viewing area to an appropriate height with thin steel cables. The result is stunning with a large screen that is almost invisibly suspended at the right viewing height, leaving the architecture of the room exposed. The Wireline is the only product that can accommodate a screen at the
appropriate viewing height while the housing is ceiling recessed and out of sight. The housing features the sliding installation brackets and self-trimming edge that are inherent to the Advantage line. Available with cable lengths up to 8.8 metres. STAND: 2-C42
Fast-Fold NXT is the next generation of rental screens
Brand new DALI Phantom S-series for quality discreet sound
Fast-Fold NXT is the next generation of rental screens and features a re-invented design that encompasses every aspect of the product. This includes the strength of the extrusion to the ease of set up and to the optic capabilities of the surface. The latter has become increasingly important to the experience of an event as HD and 4K projection becomes increasingly common in the rental market. Fast-Fold NXT incorporates feedback taken from a holistic approach to design; DaLite interviewed customers from around the world including owners, technicians and end users to incorporate an unprecedented number of upgrades to a Da-Lite product. Fast-Fold NXT is stronger, faster and simpler for our customers and features a 4K ready surface and streamlined aesthetic with clean lines.
DALI knows that finding sufficient space for traditional boxed speakers in a living room can be a bit of a puzzle and understands the need for great sound even when the speakers must be discreetly hidden away. DALI’s new Phantom S in-wall series has it all — impeccable sound and a sleek, elegant and nearly invisible look. With a specially developed 8in woofer, the company has optimised both bass and mid-range performance. The 10in passive woofer ensures the best possible bass performance from the primary woofer on the two larger models in the series, resulting in a full frequency response. Combining the latest technical advances with its well-founded knowledge of traditional speaker design, DALI is confident it has built an outstanding in-wall speaker series. The new S-series includes the DALI SMC technology, well proven woofer technologies and best in class hybrid tweeter modules — all wrapped into a slim cabinet design.
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New line of stylish AV-furniture for dnp LaserPanels
dnp denmark has teamed up with a Danish furniture company to create a projector cabinet for the dnp LaserPanel, which keeps the projector out of sight. The projector cabinet can be combined with side cabinets, so customers can create unique integrated display and storage
solutions. The new projector cabinet is part of a range of accessories for the dnp 100in LaserPanel. Optimised for standard ceiling heights, the 100in dnp LaserPanel is ideal for medium-sized meeting rooms, classrooms and training facilities. The projector cabinet houses the laser projector and has an electric door for easy operation. With the push of a button, the projector slides into projection mode. All side cabinets are half the height of the projector cabinet, meaning two side cabinets stacked on top of each other align perfectly with the projector cabinet. dnp has configured three standard cabinet solutions that will fit most needs.
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ELAN redefines home control and automation
The ELAN Entertainment and Control platform stands out among other control systems for its highly intuitive and easy-to-use interface. With the new ELAN 8.0 software update, ELAN builds upon the legendary “your world, made simple” brand proposition with the most intuitive user interface yet, plus voice control, new dynamic zone grouping, and new subsystem integrations. The new user interface is based on exhaustive research with users and dealers, and puts the new ELAN in a class of its own. Voice control of all system events is made possible via Amazon Echo– and digital assistant “Alexa.” ELAN 8.0 includes a new calendar feature that enables the integration of Microsoft Outlook, Gmail and Apple iCal into the ELAN calendar module. It also enhances security with a new dynamic video transcoding feature that enables the system to pull high bitrate video from popular cameras and door stations, and dynamically transcode those videos in real-time.
DPA Microphones is bringing sleek, Scandinavian design to the installation market with the launch of the new Microphone Base, a stand for its highquality d:screet SC4098 Podium Microphone. Designed to be placed on a table or podium, or attached to the ceiling, the Microphone Base is available in either black or white and comes with a MicroDot connector, an XLR connector or unterminated leads for connections to Phoenix blocks. The d:screet capsule is mounted on a sleek boom that, for the tabletop version, has a gooseneck at the top and the bottom, thus allowing users to position the mic exactly where they want it. The ceiling version consists of one gooseneck. With very low noise and a high sensitivity, d:screet Podium Microphones offer the most clear, transparent, and natural sound available. The mics are capable of handling extremely high SPL before clipping. With linear response, low distortion and a large dynamic range, they always sound great.
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Elo Touch Solutions
4K image quality in slim integrated multi-touch display
Epiphan Pearl-2 for effortless live video production
The new 5551L touch display from Elo Touch Solutions brings interactivity to the captivating experience of 4K resolution for demanding commercial environments. The Ultra HD resolution offers stunning, life-like image quality, ideal for attracting and engaging customers with impressive video and graphics. With a 10-touch ‘tablet-like’ performance, the infrared touchscreen technology provides higher touch sensitivity and brightness in a large 55in size. The 5551L delivers undistorted display clarity due to use of clear glass with true native 4K resolution, auto-switching between active input sources and RS232C serial control input. The low profile design integrates seamlessly into modern interior designs for retail, office, hospitality, and other public space digital signage applications. Optional, high-performance Windows computer modules with 4th Gen Intel Core processors are available to turn the 5551L into a completely integrated all-in-one computer without the need for any cables or additional mounting hardware.
Manage streaming, recording and live switching in one place with this all in one video encoder and video production system. Pearl-2 provides a reliable and straightforward way to create 4K, 1080p and 720p live and recorded video programs. Increase viewers by streaming live simultaneously to YouTube, Facebook Live, Wowza and any other CDN of your choice. Compose a stunning and engaging video from up to six video sources, including HDMI, 4K HDMI, 12G SDI and professional XLR audio. Combine sources into fully customisable layouts, switch between them and even record each one for outstanding post-production possibilities. Pearl-2 is powered by a 6th generation Intel i7 processor, giving it the power to encode and stream one 4K Ultra HD program or up to six 1080p Full HD programs at 30fps. Hands on demonstrations are being offered on the Epiphan stand.
Gefen’s next generation 4K video over IP solutions Gefen’s two new 4K Ultra HD Video Over IP Sender and Receiver KVM units (the EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-TX and EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-RX) provide systems integrators with flexible, high performance solutions for extending and distributing Ultra High Definition AV. Continuing the brand’s tradition of providing scalable, expandable, and secure AV routing and distribution over a standard 1 Gig Local Area Network, the two new solutions join the existing family of Gefen’s Video Over IP products and add 4K and HDR support, built-in scaler, video-wall controller, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), and digital/analog audio breakout. Compatibility with Gefen’s existing Video over IP 1080p senders and receivers– and quick system set-up and control through the Gefen EXT-CU-LAN Matrix Controller– allow these sender and receiver units to fully address the needs of commercial, light commercial, and ProAV applications. The new Gefen models feature HDMI and VGA inputs
and outputs, and can support DVI when using Gefen HDMI-to-DVI cables. They also support HDMI input resolutions up to 4K 60Hz 4:2:0 and output resolutions up to 4K 30Hz 4:4:4, HDR support, HDCP 2.2 and 1.4, and 7.1 channels of HBR (High Bit Rate) lossless and LPCM digital audio up to 330 feet (100 metres). STAND: 1-N53
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Revolutionary tangible object recognition from Capore 2.0
Everything users need to communicate in One device
Interact with objects on multi-touch surfaces in an unparalleled way. Unmatched flexibility, reliability, precision, unlimited different object-IDs and ease of use allow an intuitive user experience at the POS and in showrooms. Capore is plug-and-play and delivers finger and object data via the industry standard protocol ‘TUIO’. Consequently it works without installation on the application-PC and therefore integrates seamlessly with most operating systems and existing software applications. It comes embedded into ‘scape tangible’ displays for an uncomplicated, rapid deployment. They are available in different sizes (42in/55in/65in) with a 4K/ UHD resolution. Capore is the only tangible object recognition product which can detect as many different object-IDs as needed and where fingers cannot create false-positives. Capacitive touch technology works in all light environments and assures a very precise, low-latency touch. Combined with the slim 4K/UHD resolution display, it is designed to exceed customer expectations.
ListenTALK is described as the smartest mobile two-way communication system available, and it exists entirely within a single device: the ListenTALK One. Each ListenTALK One is more than a transceiver, it’s an all-in-one device that facilitates communication and collaboration among two or more people in any setting. Best of all, ListenTALK One devices take less than a minute to set up and pair, so you’re ready to start talking with others in no time. With multiple headset and microphone configurations, three communication modes and proprietary encryption technology, ListenTALK by Listen Technologies provides flexibility and security for all two-way communication needs, including assistive listening, guided tours, intercom, training, interpretation, event production, and more. Listen Technologies creates solutions that are formed in a deep understanding of what sounds really mean for the people who can’t quite hear them and the belief that everyone should be able to connect to experiences with pure, focused sound.
Get in the zone with the Meridian 218 After its launch at CEDIA 2016, Meridian is set to preview the new Meridian 218 zone audio controller at ISE 2017. Boasting both digital and analogue inputs and outputs, the Meridian 218 is suitable for a wide range of distributed audio applications from single zone to multi-zone use. The MQA enabled Meridian 218, which can be used as a hi-res standalone DAC, is an endpoint for the company’s award winning Sooloos music management platform and comes with a number
of technologies, including lip sync and upsampling. Control features, including IP and IR, allow easy integration with third party control systems and TV connection is enabled with the optical input. Designed for the custom install market, this versatile 1U-high product can be rack, shelf, VESA or wall mounted for the ultimate, fuss-free installation. STAND: 7-Q214
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Meridian amplifiers for multi-room power and performance Meridian has developed two new power amplifiers — the Meridian 258 eight-channel power amplifier and the Meridian 857 Reference two-channel power amplifier — to add power and performance to multi-room audio systems, in almost any application, at a very competitive price point. The Meridian 258 is a powerful, high performance, cool-running, Class D amplifier. It delivers >100W per channel into 4 ohms and >70W per channel into 8 ohms. At only 1U high and carrying a five year manufacturer’s warranty, the 258 is a category changing amplifier. As with all Meridian products, it is manufactured in the UK. The Meridian 857 delivers 500W per channel into 4 ohms. This hi-res
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Metra Home Theater Group’s HDM-GA1 makes 4K upgrades easy
audio amplifier, bridgeable to >1.5KW, is available as a dedicated rackmount variant and incorporates a totally new design based upon extensive research. Tremendously powerful with an incredibly low noise floor, the Meridian 857 represents a step change in amplifier design. STAND: 7-Q214
Metra Home Theatre
Velox HDMI Fiber System enables long distance high-speed 4K
Metra Home Theater Group’s Ethereal HDM-GA1 Gigabit Accelerator allows the installer to utilise existing quality in-wall passive HDMI cables up to 15 metres in length to upgrade and support the full 4K/60, 4:4:4, HDR signal now available in many video products. The compact in-line Gigabit Accelerator has a 2in by 1in aluminium chassis that is powered from an external USB power supply through a USB mini connector, and is simple for anyone to install. The HDM-GA1 rebuilds the video channels to a level that exceeds the HDMI 2.0A standard while repairing the data timing clock channel. The simple ‘plug and play’ device from Metra takes micro-technology and transforms quality 24-gauge passive cables up to 15 meters to 4K with full signal integrity. This innovation from Metra gives dealers a very simple way to upgrade current installations to the latest 4K technology, meeting 18Gbps 4K/60, 4:4:4, HDR standards with existing HDMI cables.
The Velox HDMI Fiber System from Metra Home Theater is available in various lengths ranging from 20 to 100 metres, allows integrators to efficiently install the latest 4K technology in traditional home theatre configurations. Existing cables with HDMI extenders utilised in conjunction with CAT5, CAT6 or coax cables to achieve the distance needed to connect AV racks to home theatre displays does not support new 4K/HDR technology. The latest 4K technology requires bandwidth of 18Gbps, making the Velox HDMI Fiber System the only option for longdistance transmission. The Velox HDMI Fiber System features a smooth, almost linear bandwidth, with a robust 18Gbps output. It corrects the sync and source irregularities by providing sync interpretation for EDID and HDCP. Metra Home Theater Group is a leading manufacturer of installation accessories for home theatre and integration.
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Introducing Monitor Audio’s IV140 invisible speaker An invisible audio soundstage is a powerful attraction for homeowners, architects and designers. When so much is invested in creating a beautiful interior space, it can be difficult to compromise that aesthetic with unsightly speaker grilles. The IV140 generates a wider frequency range and delivers exceptional sound quality with smoother overall frequency undulation, balance and character. The IV140 invisible speaker delivers ‘best in class’ audio performance in concealed in-wall and in-ceiling applications. It meets the demands of designers, installers and end users by providing ultimate discretion, easy to fit installation and audiophile performance. Concealed in-wall or in-ceilings, the speaker fits into all conventional 4in stud bays, leaving enough room for cabling. Once installed and skimmed with plaster, the
speaker is completely out of sight, with paint, light wallpaper or fabric hiding it from view. STAND: 5-R75
Monitor Audio’s CSS230 speaker delivers installation versatility
The CSS230 by Monitor Audio is an innovative back-box design with an impressively shallow 50mm (2in) mounting depth, custom built to offer hi-fi levels of performance in spaces where no high quality speaker has gone before. Between 2in stud frames or where pipework or cabling
reduces mounting depth, the CSS230’s hybrid back-box construction and proprietary full-range driver array combine to deliver consistent audio quality with exceptional installation versatility. In keeping with Monitor Audio’s renowned design rigour, the CSS230’s crossover comprises high quality film capacitors and low loss inductors — ensuring peerless audio detail and dynamics. Monitor Audio’s patented ‘tri-grip’ mounting system provides reliable and robust installation flush with ceiling or wall. For the most discreet aesthetic possible, a trim-less grille is supplied, which attaches magnetically to facilitate easy installation and servicing. The grilles are paintable to achieve a seamless standard of decor integration. STAND: 5-R75
Peerless-AV announces innovative wall mounts for LED displays At ISE 2017, Peerless-AV will present its new SmartMount LED Wall Mounting System with ultra-lightweight aluminium frame, installer-friendly X, Y and Z fine adjustment and compatibility with multiple LED display sizes and brands. The system can be deployed in a variety of configurations from flat to wall mounted and floor standing to floor to wall or floor to ceiling applications. Robust, smooth gliding scissor arms can be fitted to enable the display array to be articulated away from the wall, where service access is required, making it one of the most versatile LED mounting solutions on the market. Available in kit form, the new LED mounting system addresses
installer demands for an aesthetically pleasing design that is slimmer, lighter, more cost-effective, easier to install and ideal for a wide range of indoor applications in retail stores, corporate boardrooms, lobbies, concert halls and many more. STAND: 12-E57
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Perfectly flat projection screens in large sizes Projecta Extensa is a large size projection screen designed for high resolution projection with a perfectly flat surface. Larger installations often use high resolution projectors and for high resolution projection we recommend to use HD Progressive projection surfaces. This year Projecta expands the range of tab-tensioned projection screens up to a width of 600 cm. The Extensa is a new projection screen for medium to large rooms with a tab-tensioned projection surface. The tensioning cable system prevents warping and ensures even lateral tension for a perfectly flat viewing area. HD Progressive offers the latest technology in projection surfaces designed for 4K and Ultra HD to maximise the technology of your projector. HD Progressive prevents pixel loss and “noise” in the image and is formulated to create a surface free of microscopic variances. The result is brilliant light, vibrant colour and the best surface for HD, 4K and Ultra HD projection. STAND: 2-C42
Sony demonstrates its new CLEDIS display technology
Vaddio ConferenceSHOT AV combines PTZ camera with audio
Sony’s CLEDIS display technology brings the world’s biggest ideas to life, in applications ranging from industrial product design and manufacturing, showrooms, theme parks, museums and busy lobbies to corporate boardrooms and broadcast studios. Discover mind-blowing clarity and realism, delivered through a super high contrast image (more than 1,000,000:1) with an impressive 1,000 nit brightness and no artefacts due to uniform brightness intensity. Unique pixel drive circuitry achieves an ultra-fast video response time with a frame rate of 120fps, making it perfect for fast moving content. The revolutionary display scales effortlessly using ZRD-1 modules with an extremely small pixel structure. This allows multiple panels to be tiled seamlessly to create super-size screens with any dimensions or aspect ratio, and absolutely no bezels or visible gaps. And with a virtually 180 degree viewing angle, there has never been a more spectacular showcase for every audience member.
Ideal for small to medium conference rooms, the ConferenceSHOT AV sets new price performance standards for USBbased enterprise-class conferencing systems. Compatible with all major UCC soft clients such as Skype for Business, WebEx and Google, ConferenceSHOT AV integrates a 10x zoom PTZ camera and audio into a single system, so it is as simple as plug-and-play. The system supports a matching powered speaker and two EasyUSB MicPOD microphones, and with complete IP access for remote control, monitoring and video streaming, it is easy to deploy and support. “The ConferenceSHOT AV turns your BYOD device into a small space collaboration system with professional PTZ camera quality and full room audio performance,” said Beth Torgerson, Vaddio Marketing Manager. “It’s a significant step up in quality and performance from current webcam-based technology offerings.” Minnesota-based Vaddio was purchased by Milestone AV Technologies in April 2016 and joins Milestone brands including Chief, Da-lite, SANUS and Projecta.
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Vaddio showcases RoboTRAK Presenter tracking system Designed for classrooms and corporate training environments, Vaddio’s next-generation RoboTRAK makes presenter tracking intelligent and automatic, eliminating the need for dedicated camera operators. This enterprise-class solution delivers precision tracking capabilities for small, medium and larger venues. RoboTRAK uses advanced IR technology to provide greater accuracy than audio or facial-recognition based technology when tracking instructors or presenters. The ultra-smooth pan and tilt motion ensures presenter tracking is natural and effortless, enabling the presenter to focus on teaching, not technology. RoboTRAK is an easy to use system comprised of a RoboTRAK IR tracking camera and a presenter lanyard that lasts up to 40 hours on a single battery charge. RoboTRAK pairs with any Vaddio RoboSHOT PTZ camera. Capable of tracking up to 50 feet, RoboTRAK can be either ceiling or wall-mounted, and can be paired with the Vaddio AV Bridge MATRIX PRO for an automated ‘classroom in a box’. STAND: 2-C42
New approaches to creating and managing digital signage content Wallin is making its ISE debut with a unique concept and innovative solutions that eliminate the challenges of creating and managing content for digital signage. For small to medium businesses, Wallin ONE provides everything the user needs to get started quickly. It even removes the need to generate or acquire content — it’s all there within the platform. An app, included within the Wallin ecosystem, enables the user to simply and
quickly create or enrich engaging, interactive content using social media, YouTube, Trip Advisor, the news, weather and much more. For users who already have content in place but are challenged by managing it across a large digital signage network of even multiple platforms, WallSign provides an easy-to-use solution for dramatically simplifying network management for any user. It is described as the industry’s first multi-channel cloud CMS for digital signage integrated with social media and the digital world. STAND: 8-E260
Multiple channel real-time streaming with Hearing HotSpot Hearing HotSpot from Williams Sound includes everything users need to stream multiple channels of audio in real-time over an enterprise Wi-Fi network. Venue-controlled advertising and messages, made available through a simple web portal and system updates, are delivered to the venue without on-site visits. The new server box features a user-friendly LCD front panel for setup, status and audio-level adjustment. The Hearing HotSpot broadcasts up to 32-channels per server box over analogue or Dante, offering better than MP3 audio quality directly to an individual’s smartphone or tablet at any venue that offers Hearing Hotspot. Its advanced software algorithm delivers audio with ultra-low latency, so the audio stays in sync with the video source or live performance. Hearing HotSpot can be scaled or customised to any size venue, as is suited to fitness, gaming and entertainment, and higher education facilities. STAND: 7-P170
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WEALTH MANAGEMENT FIRM BANKS ON CRESTRON
hen a private wealth management bank required a modern, multi-use event space at its London HQ, they chose Crestron technology for a world-class AV experience. AV Consultant and Crestron installer, VEGA Europe, was commissioned to deliver the project within a tight timescale, ensuring minimal disruption for customers. The innovative bank, located in a historic building in London, wanted a flexible event space within its atrium, to host events including presentations, exhibitions, dining, catwalk shows and live bands. In addition, the bank wanted to enhance AV in two other areas,
a client lounge and a client banking area. VEGA Europe was appointed to incorporate an outstanding AV system that would enhance the client experience, while respecting the Grade 2 listed environment. Crestron’s DigitalMedia solution was selected as the main control system, thanks to its flexibility and reliability. For command and management a powerful Crestron AV3 Control Processor was installed, along with two key control interfaces. The first is a TPMC-V15 15’’ Touch Panel which can be connected to any of the eight locations within the space, the second an iPad Air installed with the Crestron control app for remote system management.
The brief specified a truly multi-functional event space. Working with Crestron technology, VEGA created a customised acrylic lectern, portable yet light-weight, alongside an impressive microphone, audio processing and speaker equipment, all connected to the Crestron system. The entire project was completed in just six weeks, fulfilling all of the client’s expectations to deliver a modern, contemporary event space with exceptional AV that was automated, maintenance-free and easy-to-use. STAND 2-C24
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LANG AG USES EXPERIENCE TO MAKE INVESTMENT DECISIONS
ANG AG maintains close partnerships with leading manufacturers all over the world. Due to their neutrality in the market and qualified specialists as contact persons, manufacturers use the intensive exchange of experience in their product development. Well-known manufacturers value LANG, founded in 1978, as a global link to the user and profit from its proximity to the market. For 14 years, the former one-man-show has been successfully operating in the international market. Today, around one third of total sales are generated by foreign operations. In doing so, the company is always cosmopolitan and
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strives to manage its business partners in the respective countryâ€™s native language. As a European wholesaler for the rental and sale of visual presentation technology and its peripherals, LANG has specialised in offering the highest quality products to the professional AV market. Thereby it always follows its guiding principles and makes independent investment decisions. In this way, the company enjoys the highest flexibility in all product purchases. Should the offer nevertheless not meet the needs of the market, LANG is taking up this challenge. The company uses its decades of experience and know-how as a lever for increasing efficiency and technological development.
Always in search of the latest trends and technologies, LANG develops, manufactures and produces individual product solutions for professional applications in the AV industry under the name SOLUTIONS4AV. Products such as radarTOUCH, frames for various projectors and recently the interactive GhosT-OLED display are just a selection of innovative developments that have convinced the marketplace. A wide range of competencies within the company ensures that the workforce is versatile as well as professional.
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22MILES Wayfinding 8-H220 2N Telekomunikace 1-Q92 3d-berlin8-F312 3M Touch Systems UK Ltd 8-H230 4 EVAC 7-C220 4th Creative Party NEW 8-D310 4thewall NEW 14-H200 7thSense2-A70
A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd 7-X160 Aavara Innovation Corp. 10-K121 ABB / Busch-Jaeger 9-E200 ABLETECH12-N37 Absen GmbH 12-C45 Absolute Acoustics 5-S85 ABtUS Singapore PTE Ltd 5-V22 Acer NEW 14-B105 Active Audio 3-A122 Acurus5-V125 ADA — Audio Design Associates 1-N75 Adam Hall GmbH 7-K200 Adder Technology 10-P122 Adeo Screen sp. z o.o.— Adeo Group Spa- Screen Research 1-N90 ADTECHNO Inc. 8-E319 Advantech8-K205 AED Group 1-N50 AEX SYSTEM NEW 14-M293 AG Neovo 9-B172 AGATH5-S118 AGC Glass Europe NEW 1-E114 Aimline7-X213 AJA Video Systems 8-R188, 5-S85 Akasa (Europe) Ltd. 8-K275 Alcons Audio 6-H148 Alcorn McBride Inc. 1-H125 ALFALITE8-R235 ALGAM NEW 6-N140 Allocacoc14-M280 Allsee Technologies NEW 8-R205 Altair7-S165 Altera (now part of Intel) NEW 14-M254 Ambient-System Sp. z.o. o 7-E235 AMC Baltic 2-A40 Ampco Flashlight Sales 7-K175 Ampetronic7-C170 Amphion Loudspeakers Ltd. 7-W195 Amptec7-T235 ANALOG WAY 3-C95 Anevia8-H365 Angekis Technology 13-D70 Anoto14-K112 Anthony Gallo Acoustics NEW 6-K166 Antiference Ltd 9-A164 AOPEN Europe 10-N146 AOTO12-C64 APANTAC10-S114 Apart Audio 1-H130 APEX3-A107 APGI NEW 1-M128, 1-H130 AptoVision12-H55 APTUS Software NEW 8-E370 Aquavision5-V115 Arbor Media 1-E108, 1-E112 Arbor Technology Corp. NEW 9-A172
ARCH12-C90 Architettura Sonora 3-C100 AREC Inc. NEW 13-E100 Argosy NEW 12-F68 Arkadin NEW 14-D250 Armagard8-E265 Artcoustic5-U94 Arthur Holm 11-F135 Artixium 8-F180, 8-E200 ARTNOVION5-U72 ARX Systems NEW 6-M152 Ashly Audio 3-C87 Ashton Bentley 14-M200, 14-N300 14-N305, 14-P400 ASL NEW 7-E225 ASRock Incorporation 8-E285 Astouch Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd NEW 13-F70 ASUS8-F355 Asystems Corporation 14-K164 Ateis Europe B.V. 7-S122 ATEN 8-N210, 5-S85 AtlasIED5-S66 Atlona5-S92 Atracsys8-H375 Attero Tech 3-A122 AUDAC7-N190 Audinate7-E190 Audio Everywhere 14-M244 AudioControl5-R110 AudioPressBox7-V175 Audioquest10-N114 Audio-Technica Ltd 3-A122 Audipack1-F40 Audix Corporation 3-C87 Aural Ltd 7-P218 Aurora Multimedia 5-R54 AUTONOMIC5-R119 AV EMEA BV 5-R128, 5-R125, 5-S126 AV Gear 5-S85 AV INDUSTRY 3-A134 AV Magazine 6-N152 AV News D406, G106, G107 AV Stumpfl 1-H6, 1-G3 AVANZA Corporation 1-Q95 AVCIT Electronics 3-A80 Avenview NEW 9-B160 AVerMedia Technologies, Inc. 8-F237 Avers Screens Sp. z.o.o. 2-A55 AVEX1-E56 AVID7-V215 AVI-SPL11-A115 Avitech11-G118 AV-LEADER CORPORATION 7-M235 AVNation7-V165 Avnet Embedded 8-N324 Avocent by Vertiv NEW 8-H318 Avocor NEW 13-C68 Avolites Media 8-N337 Avonic NEW 6-M160 Axitour Communication Systems NEW 6-K150 Azure NEW 13-D60
B&K AV Ltd. NEW 5-V93 B&K Braun 8-F220 B&SMEDIA CO., Ltd. NEW 13-B104 Baanto International Ltd. 8-H322 BalanceBox 13-A60, 13-A70 Baldwin Boxall 3-C87
Bang & Olufsen a/s 5-U110 Barco12-F100 Barix AG 8-N270 BAROSNT NEW 13-B68 Basalte5-U65 Basys GmbH 8-H267 Beabloo8-E360 Beale Street Audio 1-N18 Beckhoff9-B185 Behringer7-H179 Beijing JS Technology Co., Ltd 1-Q110 BenQ Europe B.V. 5-U24 Best Vision Projection Screens NEW6-M158 beyerdynamic GmbH & Co KG 1-M122 Biamp Systems 3-A75 Black Box 10-R118 Blackmagic Design 3-C128 Blue Jeans Network 11-D136 Bluesound NEW 14-D170 Blustream5-V35 BNG NEW 8-K170 Bosch Security Systems B.V. 2-C50, 7-M176 BOSE Professional 7-C172, 11-A135 Boston GmbH 14-B150 Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) 10-K114 Braehler ICS AG 3-A138, 3-B140 BrightSign8-K240 BroadSign8-H317 Brompton Technology 8-F210 B-Tech International Ltd. 5-R60 BTX14-H152 BXB3-A127
C&C Technic Taiwan Co., Ltd. 1-E66 Cabletime Ltd. 10-P116 Cadaltro NEW 13-D71 CALIBRE12-N45 Cam Merkezi NEW 14-A182 Cambridge Sound Management 7-P212 Canford Audio NEW 7-F225 Canon Europe Ltd 1-F42 CASADIGI1-M18 Casio Europe GmbH 1-F120 CatchBox5-R45 Caymon7-N190 CEDIA 1-F7, 1-F21 celexon Germany GmbH & Co. KG 5-V18 Central China Display Labs 8-K380 Ceratec Audio Design GmbH 7-P188 Cerevo Inc. NEW 13-F85 Certes Technologies SIA 13-B108 Chainzone Technology (Foshan) Co. Ltd 12-C63 Charvet Digital Media 8-S200 CHAUVET7-R235 CHIAYO3-A111 Chief2-C42 China Great wall Computer Shenzhen Co., Ltd. 14-B136 Chipone Technology (Beijing) Co.,Ltd. NEW 8-N350 Christie1-M85,1-H70 CINEAK5-S70 Cisco11-C120 Citygrow Energy Systems 9-A166 Clear-Com7-K180 ClearOne3-C98 clearvoice-systems GmbH 7-T215 Cleerline Technology Group 5-V100
Click Effects 12-C20 Clockaudio Limited 7-Q190 Cloud Electronics Ltd 7-T170 C-Mark Audio 7-Q212 Coda Audio 7-N225 Coleder 8-F325, 8-E208 Colorlight12-H31 Colum Electronics Ind. Corp. 7-S170 ComfortClick NEW 5-V74 Comm Product Technologies 10-P111 COMM-TEC GmbH 2-A42 Communications Business Solutions11-D102 Community Professional Loudspeakers1-M128 Condeco Ltd. NEW 14-H100 Conen mounts 11-D115 Connessioni7-V174 Contacta Systems Ltd 7-T126 Contec — Intelligent Housing Solutions 9-F190 Control410-N114 Controltronic GmbH 9-F150 9-F160, 9-F170 Cordial GmbH 7-V185 Core Brands 1-N53 Coretronic Corporation 1-N130 Cornered Audio 1-Q100 Cotina Co., Ltd. 3-C87 Covid5-V68 Craneworks8-E252 CreateLED Electronics Co., Ltd. 8-N248 Creator Corporation China 7-P185 Crestron 2-C24, 2-E24, 2-E36 crowdbeamer NEW 14-B165 CSEED Entertainment NEW 7-T230 Cuanbo5-V52 CUE, a.s. 1-M123 CurveLED GmbH NEW 8-R202 Custom Home Europe 1-N75 CYP (UK) Ltd 5-U60
d&b audiotechnik 7-C173 D.A.S. Audio 7-Q210 D31-M100 d3 Technologies 8-H312 Daktronics8-N263 DAL NEW 8-E314 Dali A/S 5-R90 Da-Lite2-C42 Dan Dugan Sound Design 7-P160 Data 4 NEW 14-B160 Data Display Group 10-P132 Datapath Ltd 12-C84 Dataton12-E70 Datavideo Technologies Europe BV 5-S56 DATEQ7-V220 Deepsky8-K318 DekTec8-D300 DELO Computer GmbH 8-N230 Delta Electronics Inc. 11-F111, 5-R55 Deltacast8-N326 DEMCO CSI 10-R114 Denon10-N114 Dension8-H378 designflow1-N75 Dexon Systems Ltd. 3-A85 DigiBird8-F315 DiGiCo7-K175
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digiLED12-C58 Digital Forecast Co., Ltd 8-E319 Digital Projection 1-F44 Digital Projection Lighting 10-K136 Digitogo Inc. 8-K276 Dijiled NEW 8-K340 dimedis GmbH 8-N362 Dimenco Displays BV NEW 8-F245 Displax8-K264 DISPLAYMEDIA8-H353 DisplayNote Technologies 11-F130 DisplayTen, Inc. 11-A125 DIVUS 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 DK VASCOM NEW 14-P424 DNH Loudspeakers 7-C225 dnp denmark 1-E69 Dolby Laboratories 14-D180 Domonetio9-A186 Domotz9-B171 Dong Guan RioTouch Technology Co., Ltd. NEW 13-B65 DoorBird NEW 9-E225 DPA Microphones 7-T235 Dreamvision/Cineversum14-P416 DS Connekt NEW 8-K282 DSpecialists GmbH NEW 2-A51 DSR Partner 8-E282 DT Screens 5-V125 D-Tools, Inc. 1-N75 DVIGear, Inc. 1-F70 Dynacord7-M176 DynaScan Technology Inc. 12-K56 Dynaudio NEW 3-C105 Dyne Multimedia Technology Co., Ltd NEW 12-P63
EAGO ENTERPRISE Ltd. 8-E270 Earthquake Sound 5-R112 Earthworks7-E228 easescreen8-N275 EBH Radio Software 7-V220 ECEN Electronic Co., Ltd. 3-A109 ECLER7-M200 EDBAK1-N120 Eelectron SPA 9-E220 EIKEO8-K235 EIKI INDUSTRIAL CO., Ltd. 1-F60 EISA NEW 7-W227 ekey biometric systems 9-B150 EKTA12-F36 ELAC Electroacustic GmbH 14-D165 ELAN1-N53 Elation Professional Europe B.V. 12-F40, 7-P190 Elder Audio NEW Manufacture Co.,Ltd. 14-G200 Electrosonic5-S57 Electro-Voice7-M176 E-LIKE Technology Co.,Ltd NEW 12-P64 Elitegroup Computer Systems Co., Ltd. NEW 8-N360 Elivision8-E320 ELKO EP, s.r.o. 1-Q75 ELMO Europe SAS 5-U20 Elo Touch Solutions 10-N148 Elsner Elektronik GmbH 9-F150 9-F160, 9-F170 EM Acoustics 7-S178 EMKO Case a.s. NEW 14-D175 EMT Controls 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Enabledware NEW 12-F65 Ensemble Designs 11-G140 Epiphan Video 13-D110 Epson Europe B.V. 1-H90 Essential Install, CE Pro & Commercial Integrator 14-C110 ETC NEW 7-S225 Euromet12-P78 EuroNetwork Ltd 7-W210
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Europoint7-E230 Euroscreen Srl-Screenint 5-R70 EvertzAV10-R146 EVN electronic components GmbH 10-N134 Expromo Europe A/S 8-N235, 8-R232 Extenix Corporation 14-B170 Exterity Ltd 12-F50 eyefactive GmbH 8-H230 eyevis GmbH 2-A75 EZtek Europe 14-N330
FACE 7-V180, 7-V170 Famasete8-K323 Fasttel1-Q72 FBT Elettronica SpA 7-E205, 7-D177 FENIX7-M216 Ferrograph NEW 8-F365 Fibersystem AB 5-S85 FIDA S.p.A. 8-N195 FieldCast14-M260 FlatFrog13-B70 Focus Touch by Smit Visual 14-M286 Focusrite Audio Engineering 7-S180 Fohhn Audio AG 7-H190 Fonestar7-F218 Fonix12-C50 Fortress, Inc. 1-N75 Foshan Nation Star Optoelectronics Co. Ltd 8-E251 Four Winds Interactive 8-H355 FrontRow Calypso LLC 13-B100 FSC1-Q60 Furman1-N53 Fusion Research 10-N114 Future Automation 10-K118
GAOKE GmbH 5-U130 Garvan Acoustic 1-Q115 GC Trading (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd 14-K195 Geemarc Telecom SA 7-S186 Gefen1-N53 GELLA NEW 7-H230 Genelec3-A119 General Touch Co., Ltd. NEW 13-B106 Gerriets GmbH 12-P60 GESAB10-N142 Gestton NEW 14-K104 Giant iTab NEW 8-D230 Gimasi SA 8-R370 Gioview Limited NEW 6-E164 Gira7-N176 Global Cache Inc. 9-D190 GloryStar Group Ltd. 8-E295 GLP German Light Products GmbH 8-F362 Glux Visual Effects Tech 8-H350 GOAL SPORT software NEW 14-M290 Goget AB 8-K279 Goo Systems/Screen Goo NEW 14-B130 GRAND DAGU CO., Ltd 7-T194 Grandstream Networks 11-A128 Grandview Screen NEW 8-N182 Grassfish Marketing Technologies GmbH 14-M288 GRAY5-V93 GREAT Britain Pavilion 12-F58 12-F72, 12-F70 Great Hon. Enterprise Co., Ltd. 7-K235 Green-GO7-V240 GSD CO., Ltd 8-D290 GTEK GROUP LIMITED. 8-N277 Guangzhou Charming NEW Lighting Co., Ltd 14-A160 Guangzhou DSPPA Audio Co., Ltd 7-T225 GUANGZHOU DTECH 8-E316 Guangzhou ITC Electronic Technology Limited 7-W220
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Guangzhou Shirui Electronics Co., Ltd Guangzhou Video-Star Electronics Industrial Co., Ltd Guntermann & Drunck GmbH
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HAGOR Products GmbH 5-R65 Haitian Electronic Technology Co., Ltd 7-T192 Haivision14-M295 Hall Research 3-A100 Hangzhou iSmart Video Tech Co., Ltd 11-F136 Hangzhou Xianrui Digital Technology Co.,Ltd. 1-E78 Hanshin International Ltd 13-D102 Harman Professional 1-F6, 1-F2 HB-Laserkomponenten8-E240 HDBaseT Alliance/ VALENS 5-S85 HDL9-E178 HiBrite Enterprises Ltd. NEW 7-Z200 HiddenWires1-Q35 Highlands Technologies Solutions8-H270 Highlite International 7-F221 HiMedia Technology Ltd. NEW 14-H155 Hitachi Europe Ltd. 1-F100 HK Audio 7-Q195 Holzmedia NEW 14-N311 Home Cinema Modules 5-R117 Huasun Technology Co., Ltd 8-N320 Huawei11-C110 Huddle Room Technology NEW 14-B155 Huizhou DESAY Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd. 8-N240 Humantechnik7-P222 Hunan YESTECH Optoelectronic.Co., Ltd. 8-H184 Hypebox8-K270 Hypex Electronics BV 7-A220 Hyundai IT Co., Ltd. 11-D138
i3-Technologies10-S125 IAdea Corporation 8-K320 IBASE Technology Inc. 8-K260 ic audio GmbH 7-Q211 ICAN ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., Ltd 7-T160 iConnect NEW 7-P150 Icron Technologies NEW 6-M164 IDK Corporation 10-R120 IEI Integration Corp. 9-D170 Iemke Roos Audio b.v. 3-A122 ihiji6-M170 IHSE10-P148 iiyama10-P149 ILS13-D108 Iltis & Wiesel NEW 6-F164 Imagination AV NEW 7-D165 iMAGsystems NEW 3-A50 IMECON ENGINEERING 8-E225 Improve 8-E365, 8-D350 in-akustik5-R95 InAVate1-Q35 Indota-smart education NEW 13-F80 INDUSTRIAL@AMPHENOL7-V205 INFiLED 12-F34, 12-F33, 12-H31 Infinitus8-F270 InfoComm International 12-N100 13-N100 InFocus Corporation 2-A52 INGRAM MICRO 10-K150 Inmusic Europe Ltd 7-H180 INNES8-H238 Innuos7-M219 INOTOUCH TECHNOLOGY CO. Ltd 8-H358 Inspired Audio NEW 6-K160 Installation7-Q160
Intel Corp. NEW 11-B140 Interactive scape GmbH NEW 8-K230 Inter-M7-K190 Intevi Ltd. NEW 8-K290 intoPIX10-Q118 InventDesign10-S123 Invixium, Inc 10-N114 iRidium mobile 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 IRTOUCH13-C75 ISCE7-P232 ise GmbH 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Isotek Smart Power NEW 14-N307 iTeacher NEW 13-A75 ITEC NEW 7-T158
James Loudspeaker 7-P210 Jaunty-Fabricator Ent. Ind. Co. Ltd. NEW 6-E160 JD-MEDIA Co., Ltd. 7-X210 Jiangsu Baihong Audio Video Technology Co., Ltd 11-G119 Jiangsu Derhino Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd 8-N345 Jiangyin City Shengshang Video Equipment Co., Ltd. NEW 14-K110 Jinwei Wire&Cable Co. 7-S222 JM Supplies 13-C70 JoeCo7-C171 Joyway Technology Co., Ltd 8-K326 Jung9-E160 Just Add Power Ultra HD over IP 5-S112 JVC NEW 12-H59
Kamaleonte SL NEW 8-K280 KanexPro14-K142 KARAK Electronics Co., Ltd NEW 7-C235 K-array7-W200 KAUBER6-H132 Keewin Display Co., Ltd. 8-H360 KEF / GP Acoustics GmbH 7-D170 KENSENCE Technology Development Co., Ltd 13-D83 Keonn8-R200 Kern & Stelly Medientechnik GmbH 5-R100 KEVIC, Inc NEW 14-N340 Key Digital 5-S113 Kindermann GmbH 5-R50 Kindwin Opto Electronic (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd 12-N57 Kinglight NEW 8-R195 KIRRON light components GmbH & Co KG 8-R310 Klark Teknik 7-H179 Kling & Freitag GmbH 7-D172 Klotz AIS 7-R165 KNX 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 KONO Support Technology Ltd NEW 1-E116 KOTRA NEW Kramer Electronics Ltd 1-F20 Krika1-M124 KUBE by Thomas & Darben, Inc. NEW 6-K170 kvm-tec electronic GmbH 14-A185
Lab.gruppen7-H179 L-Acoustics7-X220 Lake7-H179 Lang AG 1-H60 Larnitech GmbH 9-B162 Lawo AG 7-V210 LDA Audio Tech 7-M215 Le Mark Group NEW 6-K154 LEAF TECH. PVT. Ltd NEW 6-E162 Lectrosonics, Inc. 7-P200 LEDBlade14-K190 Ledcon Systems GmbH 8-E330 Ledconstruct NEW 8-R304 LedGo Sales BV 8-K185
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LED-Hero8-E175 Ledman Optoelectronic Co., Ltd 8-K209 Ledtechnology NEW 8-H380 Legamaster International B.V. 10-R130 Legrand 1-M2, 1-M80 Leon Speakers, Inc 1-P58 Leviton9-D172 LEX SYSTEM 8-R309 Leyard and Planar, a Leyard Company 12-H85 LG Electronics 12-K70 Lifedomus9-E195 Light Blue Optics NEW 6-K156 Lighthouse Technologies Ltd. 8-N361 Lightking 12-K36,12-N40, 12-E30 Lightlink 12-K40, 12-N50 Lightware3-C125 Lilin UK 9-B151, 10-N114 LINDY 8-H310, 5-S85 Linea Research NEW 6-K172 LINK7-S225 Linko Electric Co.,Ltd 8-D330 Linkx Electronics Co., Ltd 7-P230 Listen Technologies 7-C170 Lite Puter 9-E170 Lode Audio Ltd NEW 2-E64 LOGIC NEW 14-M292 Logitech11-D111 Lotusline7-E220 Loxit Ltd. 11-G132 Lumens Digital Optics Inc. 1-H127 Lumi Legend Corporation 1-E68, 1-E72 Lumitrix NEW 8-E318 Lutron1-M125 Lynx Pro Audio 7-X190 Lyravox7-Q185
M.R. LED 12-C51 M2L Co., Ltd NEW 8-D293 MACROBLOCK, INC. 8-F311 Magic Schaufenster 8-E290 Maior NEW 14-M298 Maler Digital Signage Operations Ltd NEW 8-N300 Mansion Industry Co., Ltd 7-H235 Marata Vision NEW 5-R80 Marconi12-D93 marketing-displays GmbH & Co. KG 8-N365 Marshall Electronics 11-G120 Martin Audio 7-K175, 7-K180 Marvel Technology (China) Co., Ltd 8-R375 Matrox Electronic Systems GmbH 12-E38 Maverick5-U35 Maytel Co., Ltd 7-S231 MBL Akustikgeraete GmbH & Co. KG 7-X182 MC Solution NEW 8-D186 Mdina Media NEW 8-H315 MDT Medientechnik 8-N230 Mean Well NEW 9-E190 MEDER CommTech GmbH 7-W192 Media Vision — The Conference Company 3-C123 Mediasite by Sonic Foundry 11-D130 Medium GmbH 8-N318 Merging Technologies 7-C169 Meridian Audio 7-Q214 Mersive NEW 14-C134 Metra Home Theater 5-S114 Meyer Sound 1-M94 Microtech Gefell GmbH 7-K175 Midas7-H179 Middle Atlantic Products 1-M2 Midwich5-R100 Mildex Optical Inc 8-H367
Mimo Monitors NEW 8-R365 Minrray Industry Co, Ltd 11-A130 Mitsubishi Electric Europe 2-A24 2-A25, 2-A36 Mix-iT NEW 6-K164 Mobil Werke 13-A70 Mode Lighting 5-S110 Mode-AL12-F75 MODULO PI NEW 14-K130 Monacor International 7-V220 Monitor Audio Ltd. 5-R75 Montarbo7-V200 MOOSE7-S220 Morel7-T191 Multibrackets Europe AB 5-R65 Multi-Caisses Inc 3-A121 MultiCAM Systems 13-E105 MultiTaction11-F137 Murideo14-M246 Murraypro12-F60 Music7-H179 Music & Lights S.r.l. 7-D179 MuxLab1-N95 My Project Q 5-V100 MY-Semi Inc. NEW 8-E272
NAD Electronics 14-D170, 10-N114 Nanjing Magewell Electronics Co., Ltd. 8-F235 Navaho Technologies Ltd. 10-S122 Navitar1-N6 NB AV Mount 8-H180 NDS Solutions 8-E312 NEAR7-W170 NEC Display Solutions 5-R24 Neets3-A117 Net Display Systems 8-F240 NETxAutomation 9-F150 Software GmbH 9-F160, 9-F170 Neutrik AG 6-N148 Newline Interactive, Inc 11-D156 NewStar5-S64 Newtek12-F62 NEXCOM International Co., Ltd 8-H235 Nexio Co., Ltd 8-D245 NEXO3-A122 NEXT-proaudio7-W173 Nexus21 Concealment Systems 1-N75 Nicolaudie Europe 9-A160 Niles1-N53 Niveo Professional 5-V100 Nodeark AB NEW 8-H268 nomos system AG 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Novasonar/ML-Audio/Confiwall1-N97 NovaStar8-H195 Novus Dahle 8-N228 NSG Group 8-K390 NTi Audio AG 1-E117 Nü Signage 8-K278 Nue World NEW 6-K152 Nureva Inc 13-E70, 13-E65 Nuvo1-M2 Nuvola Media 8-E332
Oblong Industries 11-A110 OCA Alliance 7-V250 Ocilion IPTV Technologies 10-K153 Okayo Electronics., Ltd. 1-E80 OMB srl 2-E40 Omnitapps Multi-Touch Software8-K262 One Systems 7-Q180 Onelan Ltd. 8-F275 Ophit Co. Ltd. 10-K135 Opticis Co. Ltd 5-R105 OPTIMUS2-E52 OPTO TECH CORPORATION 8-N280 Optoma Europe 1-H120, 1-N130 Optowell Co., Ltd 2-A53
Opus Technologies NEW 6-K168 Oray / Erard Pro 3-C82 Orban Europe GmbH NEW 6-M150 Origin Acoustics 5-S113 Osborne Technologies NEW 13-C65 Oskareen14-M298 OutClass5-V120 Outline7-W172
P. Audio 7-Q180 P59-F195 Pallas10-K138 Pan Acoustics GmbH 7-P220 Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH 1-H20 PanConnect s.r.o. 5-V90 Paradigm Electronics Inc NEW 14-B180 Partilink8-K332 Pascom Co., Ltd NEW 7-V230 PASO SPA 7-E205, 7-D177 PCP Solutions 8-K285 Peavey Electronics 7-N210 Peerless-AV12-E57 Penn Elcom Ltd NEW 5-U93 Percon Export S.L.U. NEW 14-B140 Pexip AS 11-A104 Phcistar8-D266 Philips Professional Display Solutions 10-K136 Picturall Ltd 10-R120 Pinanson14-D160 PKLNS13-B90 Plastica Panaro slr NEW 14-B110 Platinum Tools NEW 6-M156 Pliant Technologies NEW 7-E223 PNY8-N332 POLAR audio 7-V168 Polycom11-A117 PowerCreator13-D100 Powerpixxel NEW 8-F368 Powersoft7-K175 Prase1-H123 PresTop Products 8-K261 Prismaflex International 8-D215 Pro Control 1-P58 Procab7-N190 Procella Audio 5-U72 ProDVX Europe BV 8-R307 Proel Spa 7-C205 Proficient1-N53 PROIETTA SRL NEW 14-A180 project: syntropy GmbH / domeprojection.com 12-N44 Projecta2-C42 ProKNX 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Protech Electronics & Technology Limited NEW 8-E274 Prysm Inc. 11-B130 PSB Speakers 14-D170 Pulse-Eight5-S85 Pure Theatre NEW 5-U101 PureDomotica9-D182 PureLink GmbH 5-R83
Q-Better Lda 8-K321 Qbic Technology Co., Ltd NEW 8-H182 QMotion1-M80 QNAP SYSTEM INC. 9-D170 QOMO13-C80 QSC, LLC 7-Q170 QSTECH12-F74 QUAD GmbH NEW 8-N354 Quantum Data 10-Q116, 5-S85 Quested7-Q213 QUIVIDI8-K392 Rako Controls 5-R78 RAM Audio 7-T220
RapidSignage Inc. rAVe Europe rAVe NOW
8-K293 14-M291 D506
RCF7-F210 RDL Europe B.V. 7-M210, 7-M217 REACH13-E108 Redleaf2-A30 Redx Audio NEW 14-C103 Reflex Mirror TV 9-A180 Renkus-Heinz, Inc. 7-X185 ReQuest Audio Switzerland AG 1-Q70 Retop LED Display Co., Ltd. 12-C40 Revolabs11-D113 Revolution Acoustics 7-W212 Revox GmbH 7-N176 Rextron International Inc. 10-N134 RGB Spectrum 3-A76 RGBlink 12-N35, 12-N37 RIEDEL Communications 6-H152 RJS Electronics Ltd. 12-F55 RME7-F220 ROBE7-X180 Robolift © 3-A115 Rocketsign 12-N65, 12-P61 ROE Visual 12-F45, 12-H40 Roland7-P180 RSF Europe 5-V34 RSL and Partners BV 7-M250 RTI1-P58 RTS Intercom 2-C50 Russound1-M124 Rutenbeck9-E160 Rythmes & Sons 7-H195
S. Siedle & Söhne Telefonund Telegrafenwerke OHG 9-D175 Salamander Designs Ltd. 1-Q63 SAMCEN7-W225 SAMIL CDS 8-E268 Samsung Display 4-S100 Samsung Electronics 4-S100 SANEL14-M218 SATSON10-S127 Saubag8-E252 Savant Systems Europe 5-R114,5-R116 Scala8-K227 Schnick-Schnack-Systems8-N180 Screen Excellence 1-N4 Screen Innovations 1-N75 Screenfeed Content NEW 8-E278 SCREEN-LED8-H265 ScreenLine1-H85 SEADA Technology Ltd 8-K288 SECARTYS7-X230 Seetronic Ningbo Co., Ltd 8-K300 Seikaku Technical Group Ltd 7-C174, 7-C175 Seloy Live NEW 14-M270 SENiA Technologies S.L. NEW 2-E72 Sennheiser 2-A45, 13-B110 SERI STYLU 14-N325 Servoreeler Systems NEW 6-M172 SevenSound7-C230 Shanghai Euchips Industrial Co.,Ltd NEW 9-D200 Shanghai Sansi Electronic Engineering Co., Ltd 8-N340 Sharp12-E76 Shenzhen Auroled Tech. CO., Ltd 8-H320 Shenzhen BesdLED Co., Ltd 8-D188 Shenzhen Chip Optech Co., Ltd 8-K210 Shenzhen Comte Intellegence Tech Corp Ltd. 14-M230 Shenzhen DGX Technology NEW Co.,Ltd. 8-K341 Shenzhen DIANMING Tech. Co., Ltd 8-N338
Exhibitor list correct at time of going to press (November 2016)
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Shenzhen Dicolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. 12-E28, 12-C36 Shenzhen Digital-Leader Technology Co.,Ltd NEW 13-F90 Shenzhen Donview Electronic NEW Technology Co., Ltd 13-D80 Shenzhen Eastar Electronic Co. Ltd 12-C31 Shenzhen GCL Electronics Co., Ltd 8-N322 Shenzhen Gloshine Technology 8-E210 Shenzhen HDCVT Technology Co., Ltd 8-D320 Shenzhen Huahai Chengxin Ltd. 12-E90 Shenzhen iBoard Technology Co., Ltd. 11-F104, 13-C104 Shenzhen JinJiuTianShi Industry Co.,Ltd NEW 10-S120 Shenzhen Kerchan Technology Co. Ltd. NEW 8-E317 Shenzhen Kingaurora Opto-tech Co., Ltd NEW 8-R355 Shenzhen Konka E-display Co., Ltd 8-N198, 8-E175 Shenzhen KTC Commercial Display Technology Co.,Ltd 8-E325 Shenzhen LAMP Technology Co., Ltd 12-E58 Shenzhen Leading 8-F325 Optoelectronic Co., Ltd. 8-E208 Shenzhen Lenkeng Technology Co., Ltd 8-F250 Shenzhen Liantronics CO., Ltd 12-H36 Shenzhen Magnimage Technology Co., Ltd 8-E209 Shenzhen Media Facade Company Limited 8-D265 Shenzhen Newstar Optoelectronics Co. Ltd 8-F208 SHENZHEN NEXNOVO TECHNOLOGY CO, Ltd. 12-K65 Shenzhen Only Optoelectronic Technology Co., Ltd 12-P65 Shenzhen Q-Color Tech Co., Ltd 8-K315 Shenzhen Rcstars Technology Co., Ltd 8-R335 Shenzhen Ruiling Optoelectronic Co., Ltd 8-D335 Shenzhen Sage Opto Co.,Ltd 12-C85 12-C82 Shenzhen Shunxun Electronics Co.,Ltd 8-D340 Shenzhen Skyview Photoelectric Co., Ltd 12-P70 Shenzhen Smart Sphere Technology Co., Ltd. NEW 1-N5 Shenzhen Solecolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. 8-K330 Shenzhen Speedleader Technology Co., Ltd 8-N355 Shenzhen Teeho NEW Optoelectronic Co., Ltd 12-N37 Shenzhen TimeLink 13-C102 Shenzhen Uniview Led Co., Ltd 12-E36 12-F38, 10-N140 SHENZHEN VTEAM CO.,Ltd 8-R320 Shenzhen WeDo Century NEW Industrial Co., Ltd. 6-M154 SHENZHEN WQSLED PHOTOELECTRIC CO., Ltd 12-D91 Shenzhen YIPLED Co., Ltd NEW 8-F320 Shure Europe 3-A110 Shuttle8-H222 Sidev5-R100 SIEC7-V174 Sightcorp8-K175 Signagelive Limited 8-K232 SiliconCore Technology, Inc. 10-K110 Silora R&D 5-S85 Smart Cabling & Transmission Corp.5-V50 Smart City Terminal Technology Co., Ltd NEW 8-D295 SMART Technologies 13-C110
Smart-e10-N129 SmartMetals Mounting Solutions 11-F115 Smartsign8-N232 Snowhite Display Technology Co., Ltd 5-U132 SOLEDGE5-U102 Solid State Logic 7-S176 SolidDrive3-C87 SOLTEC11-B102 Sommer cable GmbH 1-N117 Sonance1-N80 Sonodyne International Pvt Ltd 14-M242 Sony1-N20 Sound Control Technologies 11-D141 SoundTube Entertainment 3-C87 Soundwin Network Inc. NEW 6-F162 SOVICO Professional 7-W165 Soyo Technology Development Co., Ltd 7-N224 Space Screen 14-K150 SpeakerCraft1-N53 Specktron13-E110 SpinetiX8-H275 spo-comm GmbH 8-N335 Squadrat GmbH 8-D185 ST Vitrinen 8-H240 Stage Tec GmbH NEW 7-W190 StarBoard Solution GmbH 13-C104 Stardraw.com14-K100 StarLeaf 11-C140, 11-D150 Starpoint Distribution 7-M217 Stealth Acoustics 1-N115, 5-R110 Steinigke Showtechnic GmbH 7-F215 Steinway Lyngdorf 10-P115 Stewart Audio 3-A122 Stewart Filmscreen 1-F41 STiNO GmbH 8-N266 Storm Technologies 1-N122 Stream TV Networks 14-C155 Streamit BV 8-F212 StreamPlay Oy Ltd 5-S85 StreamUnlimited Eng. GmbH 7-P235 Structured Cable Products Inc. 1-N110 Sun Rise Exact Industrial Co. NEW 8-E276 Sunbrite TV / IP Digital 8-H314 Sunfire1-N53 Suvira NEW 6-M168 Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing Co., Ltd 8-H370 SVI7-M240 SY Electronics Ltd. 5-S75 Symetrix3-A122 Synthax GmbH 7-T193 syscomtec Distribution AG 8-N275
Tabletpro NEW 6-K158 TAG-HORTUS c/o Audio SUD 7-T210 Taiden Industrial Co., Ltd. 3-C111 Taiwan Carol Electronics 7-Q215 Tannoy Ltd. 7-H179 tasker1-M16 Tau Audio Solutions 3-C87 TB Speaker Co., Ltd. NEW 14-H140 TCI Cables 7-V242 TCI GmbH 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 TDC Polska sp. z o.o. NEW 14-A140 TDI Group 5-V60 TeamMate13-D72 Tecco10-N142 Techflex, Inc. 7-H160 Techlogix Networx 5-V100 Technolution B.V. 8-D205 Technovia6-E150 TECO9-A170 Telelogos8-F318 Teleste Corporation 1-Q65 Televic Conference 3-A136
Temas Technology NEW 13-C100 Tempest5-V37 Tendzone7-M220 Tense Top Design 9-F150 Switches BVBA 9-F160, 9-F170 Texas Instruments 1-N130 The CUBE NEW 6-M166 Theatrixx Technologies NEW 14-H120 Theben AG 9-D185 Thinklogical10-R110 Thinknx 9-F170, 9-D182 Tianjin JOSEN Technology Co., Ltd. NEW 12-C60 TMB7-N222 TOA Europe 7-S190 Tonar & Allitone 5-V72 tonwelt8-M180 TOP-TEC13-E80 Toshiba Business Display Solutions 5-R30 Total Technologies, Ltd. 7-S172 TOTEM10-P124 TOTEM OF DESIGN 8-K354 Toucan Systems NEW 14-H170 Transtech LED Co., Ltd 8-E180 Triad Speakers 1-N122 Tri-Net Technology, Inc 8-R360 Trinnov Audio 5-U72 Tripleplay Services Ltd 12-F73 TRIUMPH BOARD a.s. 13-A85 TruAudio10-N114 TrueConf11-A102 TSD Electronics Technology Co., Ltd 8-F248 TSL Professional Products Ltd. 12-F52 TSL Systems NEW 12-F67 TTL Network GmbH 7-C164 Turbosound7-H179 Turnright Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd 9-E175 TUTONDO7-C165 TVOne5-S60 TW Audio NEW 14-D150 t-WIN NEW 8-E255
U.T.E. Electronic GmbH & Co. KG 14-A185 UbiCast14-M224 UC OpenCloud 11-D150 Uniclass Technology Co., Ltd 8-N175 UNICOL5-S80 Unilumin Group Co., Ltd 12-H57, 12-E58, 12-H40, 12-F45 Unitech Systems 13-D85 UNIVE Co., Ltd. NEW 14-H150 UNIVOX7-S184
Vaddio2-C42 Valcom7-T190 Valens5-S85 ValueHD Corporation 11-A127 Vantage1-M2 VCM14-K154 VEGA Europe 5-S80 Velleman7-V172 Ventuz Technology 8-K325 Veo-Labs13-B102 VESTEL10-P136 Vesun Lamps NEW 14-P430 ViaDirect8-F270 VICOM 10-N136, 8-H215 VidCAD2-E70 VIDELCO Europe Limited 10-R120 Video Brix NEW 14-B100 Videofabrika.ru NEW 6-F150 Videotree5-R20 VIDERO8-N225
Videxio11-B150 Vidisco Video Systems 14-N322 ViewSonic Europe Ltd 11-A132 Viju NEW 11-B150 Vioso1-G3 Visiology NEW 14-M285 VisionAD S.àr.l 8-N230 Visionary Solutions Inc NEW 6-K162 VisionsConnected12-C80 VisioSign A/S 8-H267 VISIVO GmbH & Co. KG 5-R40 Visual Productions BV 7-S160 Visualint9-A174 VITREA5-R92 Vitrum9-B170 VIVALDI GIOVE FREE MULTIROOM14-B138 Viveroo GmbH 5-V57 Vivitek Corporation 5-R55 VIZ-ART AUTOMATION 2-A48 Vogel?s Product B.V. 1-M27 Volfoni-3D14-P416 Volume Network NEW 14-K174 VOOME NETWORKS 8-K272 VSI Ltd. NEW 13-C60 Vue Audiotechnik Europe GmbH NEW 7-F219 VuWall11-F146
Wacebo Europe Srl 13-F75 Wallin.tv NEW 8-E260 Wall-Smart1-Q90 Waterfall Audio 5-U102, 5-U100 Waves Inc. 7-V245 Wealleys Technologies Co., Ltd. 5-U92 Weinzierl Engineering GmbH 9-F150 9-F160, 9-F170 wePresent11-A129 Westlab Audio GmbH 7-Z180 WEYEL distribution NEW 14-M297 Williams Sound 7-P170 Wisdom Audio 5-U120 Wize-AV Mounting Solutions 14-D120 WolfVision GmbH 1-M20 WORK PRO — Equipson S.A. 7-M190 Wuhu XingDian Industrial Co.,Ltd. NEW 8-E315 Wurth Elektronik 5-S85 WUXI LEXIN CO., Ltd. 7-N160 WyreStorm Technologies 5-S100
Xantech1-N53 Xilica Audio Design 7-M225 Xilinx INL. 14-B132 XTA Electronics / MC2 Audio 7-V160 XTREM SCREEN 5-U100
Yamaha Commercial Audio 3-C120 YDEA8-E245 Yealink11-B100 Yoga Electronics Co., Ltd. 14-M227 Yonnet Bilisim Yaz. Egt. 9-F150 ve Dan Sebnem Sokak 9-F160 Tavukcuoglu Is 9-F170 YUAN High-Tech Development Co., Ltd. 8-R300
ZAMEL Sp. zo.o. NEW 10-K125 Zappiti1-M124 ZebraTouch NEW 6-E152 ZeeVee10-N151 Zhuhai Lenscen Electric Co., Ltd 1-E62 Z-Wave Alliance 9-D160 ZyCast8-E310 Zykronix9-F140 Zytronic8-E350
Exhibitor list correct at time of going to press (November 2016)
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DisplayNet delivers unprecedented levels of scalability, versatility and reliability and supports a wide range of applications including point-to-point Extension, limitless Matrix Switching, Video Wall Display and MultiViewer. DisplayNet isn’t just new technology, it’s a new paradigm for AV system integration. Welcome to the future.
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DM® Network AV Solutions provide everything you need to distribute content to any room or space using your existing network. No matrix switcher required. Scalable, secure, easy to deploy and use — like the entire DM product line — they’re perfect for multiple applications: Virtual AV matrix, digital signage and IPTV, streaming live presentations, global content distribution, and more.
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An entire family of network AV solutions
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Content anywhere using your existing network
DM-RMC-100-STR Decoder & room controller
TS-1542 HD touch screen with Network AV input
Published on Nov 28, 2016