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Buildings and technology: making the connection BY IAN McMURRAY The biggest≠ ever Smart Building Conference concluded, and the biggest≠ ever ISE began, with the Opening Address from award≠ winning German architect Ole Scheeren yesterday. In a presentation entitled ë Connective Architecture(s) Reloadedí , Scheeren examined the relationship between buildings and technology, and between physical space and the digital space. For Scheeren, the two are all about the connectivity that enables people to live together, work together and communicate with each other ñ and the impact each has on our daily lives and their creative infl uence on each other. ì Buildings and technology need to go hand in hand to achieve maximum impact,î he said.

For Scheeren, the role of the architect in creating the future in which we will live ñ a point he illustrated with a reference to The Matrix, a dystopian vision of how technology and real life can inter≠ relate in the hands of a rogue architect ñ is a vital one. He sees a building as an organism, as a life form ñ not just as a construct. ì Ií m interested in how we can do things differently,î he continued. ì How can we live in a more exciting, more open way?î For those involved in the perhaps more prosaic world of making the smart home and the intelligent building a reality, Scheeren provided an inspirational and thought≠ provoking commentary on, and insight into, how we will be thinking about buildings in a future where innate intelligence and inbuilt connectivity are the norm.

Scheeren : ì Ií m interested in how we can do things differentlyî

Smart buildings embrace the Internet of Things BY GEORGE COLE The smart building world is leveraging the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to transform

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the way people work, rest and play. That was the message from Smart Building Conference 2017, sponsored by KNX, IBM, SpinetiX and Siemon. The IoT is a global

network of billions of connected devices found in workplaces and homes, from heating, lighting and security systems, to TVs, fridges and baby alarms.

Bob Snyder, conference content chairman, said, ì The smart building is already creating cataclysmic disruption and the Internet of Things is adding more disruption

on top. Thatí s why ití s such a big theme at this yearí s conference.î In his morning keynote, ë The Challenge of a Smart Building is cont on page 4

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Smart buildings can create amazing workspaces, says Google BY GEORGE COLE Smart building technology used to be about making buildings more energy efficient, but now, ití s being used to create amazing work environments that can attract talent and boost productivity. Thatí s according to Aglaia Kong, Googleí s chief technology officer, corporate networking. In her keynote address at Smart Building Conference 2017, ë Building Powered by IoT ñ Beyond Just Energy Management,í Kong described the challenges faced by enterprises wanting to develop smart buildings. ì Different systems ñ lighting, energy, security, BMS [building management systems] and AV ñ exist in silos, which

makes smart buildings difficult to maintain,î she noted. Googleí s solution is to take a ì horizontal approach,î added Kong, which involves creating a converged network that combines IT and OT devices (operational technology devices ñ these are used for monitoring or control). The data from all the devices is pooled into a ì data lakeî , analysed and used to create better work environments. ì For example, you can use WiFi location≠ based services to track how people are moving around a building, and use the data to design more efficient workspaces,î said Kong. ì Retailers could use the same technology with shoppers.î Other potential solutions include personalised workspaces, and

motion≠ controlled systems that, for example, automatically switch on the air conditioning when a person enters a room. Google has found that factors such as the density of employees in a workspace and the amount of daylight around a building can affect productivity, and the company has used this data to develop some of its new buildings around the world. Kong told the ISE Daily that privacy is an important issue when it comes to implementing smart building technology: ì If youí re just using non≠ personal data from a device, then employees doní t need to be consulted, but if the data is personalised, then people need know. Google doesní t use the latter system.î

Interactive multi≠ New rental LED video tiles touch content Kong: "You can use WiFi location≠ based services to track how people are moving around a building, and use the data to design more efficient workspaces"

KAMALEONTE First≠ time ISE exhibitor Kamaleonte is showing off its TotApp interactive content management software for multi≠ touch devices. The software, according to the company, allows users to quickly and easily design and upload content, even without an internet connection. TotApp has been designed to convert multimedia content

into interactive content in an intuitive manner, creating more attractive presentations to help convey messages considerably more effectively. The software doesní t require users to learn programming languages in order to create tactile experiences, as it provides its users with various content templates such as maps, images, PDFs, videos, games, social networks and websites.

Stand: 8≠ K280

GTEK Both an outdoor and an indoor rental LED video tile are making their debuts on the Gtek stand at ISE 2017. For the outdoors, Innopix 5 is a 5mm or 7mm, IP65 outdoor LED video tile running 4,500 nits. With a design patented in China, the US and Europe, it offers a fl ex and fl at two≠ in≠ one design, with

built≠ in curving hardware from ≠ 45∞ to +45∞ , or locked into fl at (0∞ ) mode. Eight panels can form a circle, the smallest diameter of which is 1.27m. Innopix 5 is capable of both horizontal and vertical curved screens. It comes with 12in Box Truss mounting on rear and above, with 10 additional m10 rigging points. It also has a built≠ in corner protection system.

For the indoors, Eco System comes in 2.9mm, 3.2mm and 3.9mm formats. With similar features to Innopix 5, it comes with magnetic pre≠ installation, plug≠ and≠ play power box, a cable≠ free connection and magnetic modules. Front and rear modular maintenance are both available and ití s compatible with the company's Eco Flat series for multiple applications.

Stand: 8≠ N277

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Smart buildings and IoT Not in the Technologyí , Mark S Valenti, president and CEO, The Sextant Group, noted that the IoT offers great opportunities. But he added that ì standardisation is complex and confusing to navigate ñ ití s like the Wild West.î However, Valenti told the ISE Daily that this shouldní t stifl e the smart building market: ì Ití s not going to be resolved anytime soon and I doní t think it needs to, because the various standards organisations have different perspectives on the market place, and they are all valid.î Another keynote speaker, Gabriel Wetzel, vice president for IoT projects and Smart City, Bosch Software Innovations, revealed that

his company is planning to launch a new connected building solution in a few weeksí time, which will focus on equipment monitoring, space management and enabling other players to access the data, in order to develop further solutions. Charlie Kindel, director Alexa Smart Home, Amazon, delivered the residential keynote, ë Voice: Breakthrough in Smart Home and IoTí , and described how many consumers are now using Amazoní s voice recognition platform to operate numerous devices around the home, from coffee makers to robot vacuum cleaners. The closing keynote by Claire Penny, worldwide solution leader, Watson IoT, IBM, ë This is my Buildingí s Final Offerí , described

how cognitive computing and IoT are combining to create buildings that can learn how people use them, ì Buildings are built for people,î she said, ì so you have to learn how the building is behaving in response to the people.î This involves collecting data from sensors and systems, and managing the data to make changes to the environment. ì Someone could walk into a building, and using Watsoní s voice recognition technology, simply ask for a free meeting room, book it and even set the room temperature.î Penny also revealed that IBM Research have developed the ë IoT Brainí , an analytical tool that enables existing buildings to be converted into smart buildings.

Valenti: ì Standardisation is complex and confusing to navigate ñ ití s like the Wild Westî

AudioForum discusses the role of electronics BY TIM FROST The AudioForum helped kick off ISEí s programme of pre≠ show events with a well≠ attended all≠ day conference targeting higher≠ level audio delegates. The fi ve presentations were themed around the impact of electronics on audio, from the developments in DSP over the decades to the management of sound from outdoors events, as well as increasing the efficiency of sub≠ bass systems. In his keynote, Umberto Zanghieri tracked the history of audio DSPs from the earliest processing concepts in the 1960s, starting with the pioneering work on MUSIC by Max Mathews, and continuing with the development of DSP processors leading to DSP within more general chips and on computer platforms. While covering the wide range

of processor implementations, Zanghieri noted that dedicated DSPs will continue as an important building block for professional audio applications. Rudd Kaltofen discussed his work on implementing variable acoustics and moved on to automated noise pollution solutions. ì Quite a few open air events here are in built≠ up areas, and there are problems with noise pollution.î He noted that the traditional ways of measuring have limitations, and that he has developed a portable system that can monitor from multiple locations, with good correlation to the performance stages, available to monitor via the web. Closing the morningí s sessions, Audio Labs Systemsí Mario Di Cola took a new view on increasing the efficiency of sub≠ bass systems. Using high motor strength drivers and Class D amplifi ers ì has a

magic effect of handling back EMF without the amplifi er overheating,î he said. Powersoftí s Marc Kocks discussed the decentralising of DSP solutions as the afternoon sessions got underway, whilst Audio Labs Systemsí Paolo Martinon looked at the use of acoustic simulations to model the complete audio and acoustic chain. The AudioForum, sponsored by 18 Sound and Powersoft, was put together by Conessioni with collaboration from the AES. Connessioni president Chaira Benedettini was pleased with both the quantity and quality of the audience and the presentations. ì Ií m very pleased with the level of the people attending,î she told the ISE Daily. ì DSP is not an easy topic, and this audience wants to understand not just how it is used but also what is inside ñ and have an opportunity to network.î

Zanghieri: dedicated DSPs will remain an important building block for pro audio applications

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The wow factor BY PADDY BAKER For Mike Blackman, ISE managing director, the evening before the show opens is always particularly magical. ì All the stands are complete,î he smiles, ì and I just wander through the halls going ë Wow!í Ití s tremendously exciting.î Blackman enthuses that, in his view, exhibitors put far more effort into their stand designs at ISE than at any other show ñ and each year, they raise the bar. In one of the innovations that he and his team regularly introduce in order to keep the show fresh, this year sees the introduction of an independently≠ judged competition to acknowledge that effort. For Blackman, exhibitors are front and centre of what ISE is about. He notes that there is a direct correlation between the number of exhibitors and the number of visitors, with each exhibitor bringing with them their own customer base. According to Blackman, the ISE organisation is facing two important challenges ñ both of which he relishes.

ì ISE is now very well known among manufacturers and the channel,î he says, ì and word of mouth recommendation has worked very well for the show. But weí d like to make it much better known in the end≠ user community, and weí re focusing our marketing investment in that direction. Thatí s much harder, but weí re convinced ití s the right thing to do as we look to keep ISE growing, and to deliver more value to our exhibitors.î The sheer growth in the show ñ 20 times as many people will be at ISE 2017 as were at the fi rst show 13 years ago, walking twenty times as much fl oor space ñ is the other challenge. ì Thatí s why youí re seeing us increase the way in which we theme the event, and why weí ve added a hall dedicated to education technology this year,î he explains. ì Ití s all about how we help make the visitor experience better by making it easier, more efficient, and more paroductive.î The 65,000+ expected to come through the doors over the next four days will certainly appreciate his efforts.

Football on a grand scale CALIBRE The Calibre LEDView720 and LEDView730 4K scalers, currently on show at ISE 2017, have been used to upgrade the media presentation rooms and main stadium LED displays at FC Portoí s Drag„ o Stadium. The LEDView700 series includes Calibreí s fast and accurate screen set≠ up interface with edge≠ based image sizing and positioning. The LEDView720 includes the same 4K connec≠ tivity and image scaling as the more powerful LEDView730 model, but the latter adds 3G≠ SDI and genlock capability for staging and broadcast cameras. The Audiovisual Company (TAC) in Portugal carried out the installation at the Drag„ o Stadium, an ecological building that concentrates on its

environmental certifi cation. Home to FC Porto, it is one of only a few stadiums to be rated fi ve stars by union of european football association. Eduardo Costa, general technical manager, TAC, said: ì We use Calibre to adapt input resolution to the main stadium LED screens during live games or for digital signage at corporate events. The scalers can switch input channels in under a quarter of a second and have multiple outputs for local monitoring of live output feeds.î ì The project was completed with 100% effectiveness,î Costa continued. ì The displays are enjoyed by the visiting public and club fans alike. Because the scalers are 4K compatible, they are a future≠ proof tool for our client.î

Stand: 12≠ N45

The LEDView730 offers 4K scaling, 3G≠ SDI and genlock capability for staging and broadcast camera use

Products for the future of HDMI METRA HOME THEATER GROUP Four new Ethereal products ñ the Voltage Control Trigger, Active Cable Voltage Stabiliser, and HDM All in One ñ are being launched by Metra Home Theater Group. These products, the company claims, will solve many problems custom installers and technologists are facing with the latest HDMI technology. Metra Home Theater Groupí s Voltage Control Trigger (HDM≠ VCT) solves an evolving problem many technologists are experiencing with current displays. In the quest to speed up source selection through display≠ based inputs, changes have been made to how the hot plug return signal works. Devices connected through an AVR, switcher or matrix may not consistently sync to the display due to this signal not requesting an EDID. The HDM≠ VCT is a compact HDMI device

that connects to a relay or digital I/O on a control system, designed to break the signal between the 5V trigger and hot plug signal to create an EDID reset. In addition, the HDM≠ VCT, with supplemental TMDS voltage, adds 100ms delay to the hot return to ensure The HDM≠ VCT is a compact HDMI device that connects to a relay that the source is prepared or digital I/O on a control system to break the signal between the to accept the signal. 5≠ volt trigger and hot plug signal to create an EDID reset The Active Cable Voltage Stabiliser (HDM≠ ACVS) is designed to current needed to keep sources and supply sufficient voltage and current active cables functioning, especially at to televisions to keep all sources, longer lengths. such as matrices and active cables, Lastly, the HDM All in One (HDM≠ AIO) functioning. Many technologists are encompasses a digital analysis device, facing problems with new displays voltage swing corrector and voltage that do not provide enough power, and control trigger making it the ultimate result in a failure once active cables problem≠ solving solution. The digital are connected. This led Metra Home analysis component can correct audio Theater Group to develop the HDM≠ and video timing issues found in HDMI ACVS. The HDM≠ ACVS is designed components, including audio drop≠ outs. to supply the correct voltage and Stand: 5≠ S114

Synchronising LED displays NOVASTAR To meet the evolving needs of event designers, system integrators and display rental companies, NovaStar is introducing its newest synchronised LED display control solution, the PHOBOS series. The PHOBOS series is a one≠ stop

synchronised control solution designed for event and entertainment technology providers, to help them make creative designs come to reality with the best visual results. It gives the option of 4K display (3840x2160 at 60Hz), free rotation, improved greyscale, is Windows/Mac compatible, with drag≠ and≠ drop design

software and features technologies such as Clearview, 18bit+ and one≠ click smart cabinet configuration. The NovaStar team is delivering an exclusive introductory demo of the PHOBOS series, as well as details of the trade≠ up programme, on its stand during the show.

Stand: 8≠ H195

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Wireless system ready for conference ADAM HALL GROUP The U500 Wireless Conference Set is leading the lineup of installation products under the LD Systems brand on show at ISE 2017. The wireless True Diversity UHF conference system ensures excellent voice reproduction for conferences, meetings or in discussions, sayí s the company, which is part of the Adam Hall Group. Up to five U500 receivers can be cascaded to expand a system, creating a maximum of 20 available terminals. Also on show is the four≠ channel,

class D installation power amplifier CURV 500 iAMP ñ specially developed for CURV 500 systems ñ and the 10in installation≠ subwoofer CURV 500 iSUB (available in white and black) with low≠ profile wall and ceiling bracket, which provides streamlined, dynamic bass response. LD Systems DSP 44 K pro audio power amplifier is on show, for complex PA and control system requirements. The four≠ channel power pack featuring 4x1200W output power (at 4 and 2 ohms) and an integrated Dante interface can be easily integrated into networks. Two new models of

Base lines up for sound dampening DPA MICROPHONES The Microphone Base is on show for the fi rst time, designed for use with the d:screet SC4098 Podium Microphone. In conjunction with its distributor Amptec, DPA is showcasing the new product and holding demo sessions to demonstrate it on the stand. The Microphone Base can be placed on a table or podium, or attached to the ceiling or wall. It has an internal shock mount that highly dampens unwanted sounds from tables and lecterns, securing a trouble≠ free installation. It is available in two colours ñ black and white ñ and comes with either

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 that allows users to position the mic exactly where they want it. To make it easier for installers to choose the right microphone and base for their needs, DPA has assembled a range of kits, each containing a different connector solution. Customers can also buy the microphone base and microphone separately so that they can mix and match connectors, base colours and gooseneck lengths.

Stand: 7≠ T235

the LD Systems MAUI series are particularly suited to installation, says the company. The 2,000W MAUI 28 G2 and 1,000W MAUI 11 G2 portable column systems are available in white and black, with integrated Bluetooth mixers. For permanent installations, the removable two≠ part columns can be used with separate wall≠ mounting kits (M G2 IK 1) featuring tilt and swivel mechanisms for convenient positioning and optimum sound. Matching≠ coloured floor stand kits (M G2 SPS) enable independent placement of the subwoofer and speaker columns.

LD Systems belt packs and microphones provide added utility for use in conferencing and beyond

Stand: 7≠ K200

Next level for beam steering FOHHN AUDIO A preview of the latest technical updates to Fohhní s Beam Steering loudspeakers are on show, alongside the most recent developments in the companyí s digital amplifi er technology. The next generation of the Linea Focus loudspeaker systems, equipped with Beam Steering capability, are to be equipped as standard with both digital AES/ EBU and Fohhn AIREA inputs. They will also be available with optional inputs for Dante or Optocore, as well as analogue XLR inputs, if required. With Fohhní s new DI≠ Series on show, ISE 2017 attendees can take a closer look at the German manufacturerí s latest updates in digital amplifi er technology.

The Class≠ D DSP amplifi ers are equipped with the same analogue and digital input options as the Linea Focus loudspeaker models. Visitors to the stand are also getting a sneak preview of Fohhní s new Media≠ Series products, which are appearing for the very fi rst time at ISE 2017. Specially developed for use in combination with display screens and monitors, these new loudspeaker systems are ideal for videoconferencing applications such as Skype, claims the company. Fohhn says they are offering optimum levels of speech intelligibility to all participants. The new series is to include both compact loudspeakers for media applications and variably adjustable systems that can be installed as sound bars.

Stand: 7≠ H190

The Linea Focus loudspeaker is to be equipped as standard with both digital AES/EBU and Fohhn AIREA inputs

DPAí s new Microphone Base can be placed on a table or podium, or attached to the ceiling or even the wall

Flexible friend for high speed networks The conductor section of the BCT65S consists of four pairs with solid 24 AWG conductors, individually shielded by aluminium foil

PROCAB CABLES

New speakers, new matrix STRUCTURED CABLE PRODUCTS Two new product lines are being featured by Structured Cable Products (SCP) at ISE 2017. The new offerings are from Current Audio, a designer and manufacturer of in≠ ceiling speakers, in≠ wall speakers, outdoor speakers and accessories, as well as Pulse≠ Eight, a European developer and manufacturer of video distribution matrix solutions. Making its debut is a new series of contractorí s speakers that are said to offer both competitive price points and incredible sound performance.

The new line of speakers will include a redesigned Fast≠ Loc grill featuring a lower profi le and smaller overall footprint to go along with its patented locking mechanism. Also being shown for the fi rst time is a new series of 70V outdoor speakers. All of these products can be connected together by utilising an integrated amplifi er, with three models to choose from. SCP is a master distribution partner for Pulse≠ Eight. Being demonstrated at ISE is the neo Professional HDBaseT 4x4 Matrix featuring two mirrored HDMI outputs, full CEC control,

The BCT65S, a high≠ speed network cable that combines great fl exibility with a sturdy feel is being showcased. It features a HighFlex outer jacket, which is specific ally designed for professional use in highly demanding applications. The fl exible but strong PVC jacket provides great and easy pulling capabilities to guide the cable through a truss or around a corner, even after numerous instances of winding and unwinding, according to the Belgian company. programmable IR, HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0a support. Building on the core HDBaseT technology stack, Pulse≠ Eight includes proprietary EDID manipulation, CEC and IR control features that the company says are not found in other matrix solutions. New features include system control through Amazon Echo (Alexa) and a new enhanced monitoring portal

The conductor section of the BCT65S consists of four pairs with solid 24 AWG conductors, which that are individually shielded by an aluminium foil, while the entire section is surrounded by an overall braiding. Due to the double shielding, better performance in terms of crosstalk and system noise is achieved. This results in a higher bandwidth and improved immunity

against noise and interference caused by external devices, according to Procab. The Cat6A cable can handle network speeds up to 10Gbps (1,0000Mbps at 500MHz) bridging distances up to 100m. The BCT65S is available in bulk or pre≠ fitted on a cable reel (PRX656) with lengths of 50m, 70m and 90m.

Stand: 7≠ N190

that allows connected devices to be monitored and even rebooted from anywhere in the world. The neo is modular and said to work seamlessly with most distribution and control systems. It can be integrated with any CEC≠ supported device or system.

Stand: 1≠ N110 New contractor speakers and a new matrix are being introduced at ISE 2017

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European general manager visual solutions, Sharp What does ISE mean for Sharp? It’s the one date when the whole AV community comes together. ISE is the place to launch new products, the place to make major announcements and the place to meet and do business. Alongside the buying cycles for our markets, we use ISE to plan our year; it’s like the start of term. What will be different this year to last year? We always have an excellent ISE, but this year is an important one as it is the first time that we can show how Foxconn’s investment in Sharp is transforming our business. What will be obvious to

everyone who visits our stand is the significant expansion of our range. We are growing, we are innovating and this year is our big bang. What are some stand highlights? It sounds like a cliché, but the stand is our highlight. We are showing the most comprehensive portfolio that we have ever had, with ranges for the boardroom, the classroom and the showroom. If I have to pick, we’re showing a unique 70in videowall, our first range of displays for huddle spaces and we have added optical bonding to BIG PAD for a more precise touch experience.

Stand: 12-E76

The first quantum dot technologypowered and high dynamic range (HDR) supported Smart UHD displays have been introduced at ISE 2017. In a move that Samsung claims has ‘changed the game for customer engagement’, the new Q Signage displays can showcase one billion colours with greater accuracy. As a result, viewers can experience more detailed content presentation delivered with deeper blacks, sharper whites and precise colour hues, according to the company. The HDR-compatible quantum dot displays further balance lighter and darker brightness and preserve gradation to offer improved

Samsung claims its new Q Signage displays ‘extend content possibilities for owners’

depth and realism compared with standard dynamic range (SDR) alternatives. The Q Signage additionally generates an ultra-wide viewing angle in both portrait and landscape orientations. Featuring a balance of performance and energy efficiency,

each display is designed for longterm usage. Samsung says this flexibility and expanded range increase content visibility, and enable businesses to communicate with wider-ranging audiences than previously possible.

Stand: 4-S100

Talking about assistive listening AUDIO EVERYWHERE At ISE 2017, Audio Everywhere is showing its award-winning DX3 product series. According to the company, the series offers an ideal solution for affordably streaming audio over WiFi to

smartphones and tablets in assistive listening applications, and can be field upgraded to the MX3. The DX3 series won a 2016 new product award from Worship Facilities Magazine and Worship Tech Director. Audio Everywhere

is speaking about this and related products today at 11:00 in the ISE Audio Solutions Theatre on stand 7-Z160. The title of the session is ‘Deploying WiFi Audio for Assistive Listening: When, Where, and How’.

Stand: 14-M244

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TODAY’S EVENTS, THEATRE SESSIONS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, TECHNOLOGY DEMOS 11:30-12:00 When your Unified Communications Solution Hasn’t Unified your Communications: the Evolution of UC and What’s Next

PICK OF THE DAY

ALL DAY Immersive Technology Zone powered by Holovis

Premiering at ISE 2017, the Immersive Technology Zone is produced and managed by Holovis – a world leader in sensory experience design in the entertainment, industrial and retail sectors. Located in the Park Foyer at the rear of Hall 8, the space features four virtual environments that allow visitors to ISE 2017 to explore the various immersive options available, from VR (virtual reality) to AR (augmented reality) and MxR (mixed reality), highlighting how they differ and the business challenges they can help overcome. The environments on display at ISE 2017 include: the Near Miss Simulator, a virtual training environment delivering compelling content for those working

ALL DAY Drone Arena

Following a successful launch last year, the Drone Arena makes a welcome return to ISE 2017. Hosted by Stampede Global, the arena will welcome leading manufacturers and the latest product innovations, exploring a variety of professional, commercial and consumer opportunities. Throughout the exhibition, Stampede will run demonstrations at the Drone Arena, showcasing different types of drones and unmanned vehicles for a range of applications. Hall 14 (Free event)

ALL DAY Ashton Bentley Auditorium Presentations 10:30, 12:30, 14:30, 16:30 Ashton Bentley: ‘The meeting room of the future’ 11:30 Martyn Barnet, RMG Networks: ‘Visually bridging the gap between data and productivity’ 13:30 Array Telepresence: ‘Transforming videoconferencing into telepresence’ 15:30 Glynn Jones, Polycom: ‘UC and the mobile worker’ 17:30 Clive Sawkins, Pinnaca: ‘Simplify video collaboration’ Stand 14-N305 (Free events)

11:00-11:30 Deploying WiFi Audio for Assistive Listening: When, Where, and How

WiFi Audio is the new alternative to Loop, RF, and IR systems for assistive listening. WiFi audio rides on the trends of BYOD (bring your own device) and ubiquitous smartphone and WiFi technology. In this Show Floor Theatre talk, Lance Glasser, PhD, president and CEO of Audio Everywhere, will compare WiFi Audio to loop, RF, and IR systems from multiple dimensions, presenting best-known methods for WiFi Audio system deployment and comparing Android and iOS devices as receivers. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

in high-risk jobs; a Driving Simulator, showing the enhanced impact of VR when combined with perfectly synched motion and audio; an Augmented Reality Zombie game, highlighting the interactive networked capabilities of this technology; and a Virtual Ball Pool, demonstrating MxR in action. Park Foyer (behind Hall 8)

11:30-13:00 CEDIA Session: New Technologies Update

Journalist, consultant and CEDIA Fellow Michael Heiss brings his famous New Technologies Update to the ‘other’ side of the ocean. This fast-paced, entertaining presentation will bring you up to date on the latest technology trends including video content, display and distribution, audio format changes, connection and networking technologies, 4K, 8K and beyond, and how all of this will impact your business. Room D201 (Price: €75 CEDIA members/€90 non-members)

11:30-13:00 CEDIA Session: Video Gaming In The Year 2020

At a time when Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Playstation VR are all vying for commercial ascendancy, is it possible for home technology professionals to ride the gaming wave and create a viable business revenue stream? Join Dave Pedigo, CEDIA vice president, emerging technologies, to find out where the gaming industry is headed and hear ideas on how your business can profit from this exciting new era of play. Stand 1-F21 (Free event)

11:30-12:00 Smart Home and IoT: Changing Business Models

The Internet of Things (IoT) has dramatically changed the way consumers think about technology and has led to significant increases in adoption of technology by consumers. How do integrators and professional installers continue to not only exist in a world that seems to be heading closer and closer to DIY, but also thrive? Paul Williams, vice president of product management, Control4, explores new innovative business models that will help integrators and professional installers embrace the IoT world and increase their profitability. CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre – Stand 5-S120 (Free event)

Unified Communications has promised a lot, especially in meeting rooms, and in many cases its delivered on many of those promises. But communications and collaboration are not really unified yet, they’re still on a journey. Multi-person business interactions take on a variety of forms: content sharing, conference calls, videoconferencing, messaging/team collaboration emails, group chats and so on, and this involves multiple technologies and multiple interfaces. This session by Ted Colton of Crestron explores the journey we’ve been on, where we are and where we’re going as we continue to evolve towards unification. InfoComm Unified Communications Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 11-A140 (Free event)

14:00-14:30 Leveraging IoT to Deliver Breakthrough Employee Experiences in the Workplace

The Internet of Things (IoT) will play a central role in the next-generation workplace, allowing companies to combine building assets, collaboration tools and mobility apps to deliver new workspace experiences. This transformation will truly revolutionise the workplace, allowing organisations to deliver smarter and more personalised workspace experiences to their employees. In this session, Mark Miller, workplace transformation evangelist at Cisco’s World Wide Collaboration Strategy Organization, will highlight some of the key innovations that are making this possible, and will provide examples of how they are leveraging these capabilities to transform their own work environment. CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre (sponsored by KNX) – Stand 9-F155 (Free event)

14:00-14:30 Reinventing the Meeting Room

Organisations today need technology solutions that enable employees to collaborate regardless of location and complexity. Crestron’s Arjan Haverkamp will be walking attendees through the evolving meeting space and the benefits of having streamlined and simplified technology; from alleviating stress in the workplace to providing a cohesive, centralised network. InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 8-D360 (Free event)

14:00-17:00 InfoComm Conference: Creating a Smarter Campus – in co-operation with SCHOMS

Dr Gill Ferrell, Aspire; Sam Williams, University of Lincoln; and Scott Tiner, Bates College present this conference on technology innovations that create a faster, smarter campus. Topics of discussion will include BYOD, remote management and troubleshooting, as well as learning spaces. Consisting of three sessions to conclude with a panel discussion. Room D204 (All Access Pass required)

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DAILY HIGHLIGHTS 11 14:00-17:00 InfoComm Conference: How AV Can Enhance the User Experience – in co-operation with the AV User Group This conference focuses on outcomes, creating value and making customers’ lives easier. Discover and discuss how Google fitted out its new London facility (with Gary Keene, AV manager, Google), how Barclays manages ROI (with Jon Thompson, global head of collaboration and executive IT, Barclays), and how Arup has deployed collaboration tools like Microsoft Skype for Business (Chris Ellen, Arup). Room D203 (All Access Pass required)

17:00-18:00 All Access Pass Holders Reception

InfoComm All Access Pass holders are invited to the Elicium at 17:00 today, Wednesday or Thursday to enjoy drinks and a chat among like-minded AV professionals. Beer, wine and soft drinks will be available to unwind after a long day at the show. Continue session discussions, meet faculty members and simply enjoy conversation in a relaxed setting before an evening of activity in the vibrant city of Amsterdam. Elicium Mezzanine (outside Room D204 – All Access Pass holders only)

From 18:45 InAVation Awards

The 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 Tuesday night. The glittering 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 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 four-course gala dinner, during which winners across all Technology and Project categories will be announced. Gashouder (Booking required)

WEDNESDAY HIGHLIGHTS 09:30-12:30 CEDIA Session: Securing Your Customer’s Network

With every subsystem now potentially touching the network, it is critical that wired and wireless networks are correctly secured. This is a combination of managing hardware, software and wetware (the users). This essential seminar from Michael Maniscalco of ihiji will discuss the privacy and security risks, and then suggest some simple ways that both wired and wireless networks can be secured. Room D303 (Price: €130 members/€170 non-members)

14:00-14:20 CEDIA Session: Virtual and Augmented Reality in the Year 2020

Thought leaders around the world agree that virtual and augmented reality are the end game for how humans will interact with information and each other. That might be a scary thought for some, yet billions of dollars will continue to be invested in these technologies. This session by Rich Green of Rich Green Design will follow the path from today’s clunky head-mounted displays to tomorrow’s elegant virtual environments enabled by mobile devices like Google’s Project Tango and thin, light augmented reality glasses from companies like Magic Leap. Stand 1-F21 (Free event)

17:00-19:00 Women of InfoComm Network Event 10:00-14:00 Digital Signage Summit ISE

The Digital Signage Summit will follow a similar format to successful events held in Munich, Dubai and Moscow. Experts from across the digital signage and DooH industry will gather to produce insight and expert opinion, while discussing cutting-edge projects and leading technologies. Digital Signage Summit ISE – chaired by invidis consulting MD Florian Rotberg, one of the world’s leading digital signage and DooH experts – is a halfday conference focusing on Retail and Smart Cities and features technologies such as Display, LED and Electronic Shelf Labels. Room E102 (Registration required)

11:00-13:00 InfoComm Young AV Professional Networking Event

Aimed at AV professionals aged 35 and under, this free-to-attend event will give young AV members the opportunity to meet their peers in informal surroundings and learn what InfoComm can do for them – and how they can get involved in the industry. Emerald Room (Free event)

The Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) is launching its 2017 activities at an engaging networking event here at Integrated Systems Europe. The event will kick off with speed networking before attendees help to compile a list of industry events for 2017 which WIN members will be available to meet up at around the globe. To round off, 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. Emerald Room (Free event)

17:00-18:00 All Access Pass Holders Reception

InfoComm All Access Pass holders are invited to the Elicium at 17:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday to enjoy drinks and a chat among like-minded AV professionals. Beer, wine and soft drinks will be available to unwind after a long day at the show. Continue session discussions, meet faculty members and simply enjoy conversation in a relaxed setting before an evening of activity in the vibrant city of Amsterdam. Elicium Mezzanine (outside Room D204 – All Access Pass holders only)

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12 DAILY HIGHLIGHTS

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THURSDAY HIGHLIGHTS 10:00-13:00 InfoComm Conference: Interfacing between IT and AV This seminar points out typical pitfalls in joint AV IT projects, highlights the unique IT needs of AV systems and gives examples of how to split or share the responsibilities between the two disciplines that are often located in two different departments. Together, with the expertise of both domains, IT and AV can make these projects become a success. Room G106 (All Access Pass required)

15:30-17:30 ISE Stand Design Awards

Organised and independently judged by EXHIBITOR magazine, these first-ever ISE Stand Design Awards will recognise the most effective show floor booths across three size categories. Criteria include communication, use of space, navigation and impact.

FRIDAY HIGHLIGHTS 09:00 Closing Keynote: Daniel Lamarre President and CEO, Cirque du Soleil

On Friday morning, you will have the opportunity to experience at first hand one of the world’s leading international business development executives. Daniel Lamarre, president and CEO of Cirque du Soleil, will present the ISE 2017 Closing Keynote speech. Lamarre is responsible for business and creative strategy at Cirque du Soleil, the world’s largest theatrical production company. He believes that creativity is the key to successful commerce and cites his ability to alleviate fear for business people who look to operate on a global scale as one of his key attributes. His Closing Keynote will explore ‘how unlocking creativity and embracing new technology can grow your business’. Forum (Free event - pre-registration is encouraged as demand is expected to be high)

ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

14:00-15:30 CEDIA Session: Designing the Intelligent Superyacht

How can you provide a rock solid ‘design’ for the audiovisual, IT, control and communications systems for modern superyachts? In this course, Vince McAtamney will look at the demands of working on board these luxury vessels and how best to meet the expectations of superyacht owners. It will explore the differences and similarities with high-end residential installations and how designs can be successfully implemented to create an outstanding user experience, using real life examples. Room D201 (Price: €75 members/€90 non-members)

16:00-18:00 Insights into the Russian Market Event

An opportunity for manufacturers to connect with key Russian distributors. Distributors and systems integrators will reveal invaluable information as to how the Russian market operates and how you can take advantages of the opportunities on offer. The event, hosted by ISE 2017, includes an opportunity to network over complimentary drinks. To take part, simply turn up on the day. Registration is on site. Room E102, Ruby Lounge (Registration on arrival)

10:00-13:00 InfoComm/CEDIA Conference: Cybersecurity: How to Help Your Customers Understand, Mitigate and Respond to Threats

Have you wondered how easy is it to penetrate a customer’s network? How big a risk is it, really? In this joint InfoComm/CEDIA conference the panel, which primarily deals with applications in small to medium-sized business as well as residential, will help you understand the threats and how to mitigate and respond to them. The sesssion is divided into five 30-minute segments: the network vulnerabilities that hackers look for; risk assessment and educating the client; mitigating risk by reducing exposure; response and recovery for the worst incidents you can envision; and a concluding panel discussion. Room G106 (All Access Pass required)

10:00-16:00 Future AV Professionals

The Future AV Professionals Programme is a career initiative to connect students from the AV industry with exhibitors and vice versa as well as a platform to introduce students of respective studies to the industry. The programme comprises keynote presentations to provide an introduction to the industry, a tradeshow visit in the afternoon to get an insight into the impressive technology exhibited on the show floor and a job fair. During the job fair, students will have an opportunity to connect with companies and learn about career possibilities. Various locations (Pre-registration required)

15:00-16:00 The M2D Networking Event (sponsored by Avenview)

ISE 2017 is hosting an event designed to bring together manufacturers looking for new distributors and vice versa. Fixed screed 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. Simply turn up on the day. Registration is not required. Café Amsterdam (outside Hall 14) (Free event)

Throughout ISE 2017 there are many opportunities to network with industry colleagues, including the Opening Reception, the Women of InfoComm Networking Event, the M2D Networking Event and the All Access Pass holders reception

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HELO: Stream, Record and Deliver Open Up a New World of H.264 Streaming Workflows HELO is AJA’s new H.264 streaming and recording stand-alone appliance bringing both SDI and HDMI I/O into a single device. Simultaneously stream out to a content delivery network (CDN) as well as encode and record high quality H.264 files to SD cards, USB drives or network based storage. HELO offers a range of professional workflow options with both 3G-SDI and HDMI inputs and outputs, and the power to handle up to 1080p 60 recording formats. Small and portable, HELO offers dedicated record and stream buttons, and a web-based user interface for easy configuration.

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Wide ranging compatibility: from tablets to smartphones or desktops, no translation necessary.

Find out more at www.aja.com and visit us at ISE, Stand #8-R188

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14 FIND YOUR WAY AROUND THE RAI

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NEWS FROM

CEDIA helps expand the workforce

Home 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. “Our industry is growing at a rapid pace, with more than 50 billion devices expected to be connected by 2020. We are prioritising the development of our workforce to answer the needs of our members,” said Vin Bruno, CEDIA CEO. “The strategic two-pronged approach, developed with insight from our research team, our members and our stakeholders, will allow for industry professionals and veterans to navigate a career path confidently and knowledgeably within this industry.” In the UK, CEDIA training has 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 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.

APPRENTICESHIPS Since 2013, the Government welcomes employer groups, called Trailblazer groups, to put forward suggestions for new apprenticeship schemes. Trailblazer groups usually consist of 10 or more employers who gather and develop an apprenticeship standard for their industry. Having recognised the growing shortage of young, skilled and qualified engineers entering the home technology industry, 10 CEDIA members

have formed a Trailblazer group to create a Smart Home Technician Apprenticeship standard that will suit the needs of the CEDIA industry. “Bespoke Home Cinemas has been proactive at bringing new blood into the industry,” commented Melanie Malcolm, director of the Leeds-based home technology installer. “Over the last couple of years, we have worked closely with local colleges to employ apprentices. We have taken on a number of apprentices and they have all fit into our business really well. It is important for our industry to embrace apprentices as we need new talent that can be mentored and trained to become junior and then senior installers.”

VETERANS’ OUTREACH The other prong in CEDIA’s approach to finding and training potential employees in the channel is engaging with veterans who are transitioning into civilian life. Military veterans, who are struggling with high unemployment rates, possess skills and characteristics that make them a great fit for employment in an installer business. The idea behind CEDIA’s new Veterans Employment Initiative is to create a bigger workforce pipeline for military personnel transitioning to civilian careers. Forces Recruitment Services has recognised the opportunity within the UK market and has recently joined CEDIA. This shows that the home technology industry has been recognised as a viable career option for ex-military personnel, and one that will be put forward to veterans. CEDIA is also busy creating a job applicant bank as part of members’ online resources. Some veterans who have had the right electronics training during their service can ‘test out’ of up to half of their coursework – their military training may have given them enough knowledge to skip two years of a four-year apprenticeship. Workforce Development initiatives will continue to be a priority for CEDIA for the coming year. For more information visit www.cedia.net

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InfoComm offering a wealth of education opportunities

This week at Integrated Systems Europe, InfoComm International, co-owner of ISE and the leading trade association for the commercial AV industry, is hosting more than 80 professional development sessions, including a new series of hands-on Application Labs, a selection of half-day conferences and more. (Turn to page 80 for today’s schedule.) ISE attendees can access any and all InfoComm education sessions using one pass. “We created a wide-ranging professional education programme for ISE 2017. From exploring emerging technology applications to looking at the evolution of the AV industry, there is something for every level of AV professional at the show,” said Pamela M Taggart, CTS, senior director of development Europe for InfoComm.

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(Thursday morning) The Future of Integration (Thursday afternoon) Cybersecurity: How to Help Customers Understand, Mitigate and Respond to Cyber Threats (Friday morning), a joint conference with CEDIA.

MASTERCLASSES The MasterClass Programme takes the same format as that of 2016, covering in-depth topics with plenty of opportunity for hands-on activity. The sessions cover an array of pro-AV subjects, including video transport methods, communicating IT customers, advanced projection and more. Specific session titles can be found at iseurope. org/infocomm-masterclass-sessions.

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InfoComm’s Application Labs are twohour sessions featuring instructor-led discussions digging into topics such as hacking and network traffic analysis. Each lab introduces attendees to specific applications and allows for hands-on experience. Attendees are paired with a learning partner and provided with a laptop for in-class activity. Other Application Lab topics include: Steerable AV Conferencing Microphones, Designing an AV/IT-Enabled Network, and What’s in That Wire? Dissecting the AV Connection: A Powerful Look at Bus Power. Find more at iseurope.org/infocommapplication-labs.

The InfoComm FlashTracks are free, 20-minute presentations held throughout the four days of ISE at InfoComm stand 13-N100, in the RAI lobby near Halls 10 and 11. They are designed for AV professionals of all experience levels. Attendees hear about hot topics in the industry, including security against hackers, future trends in technology, Big Data, 4K and much more. For a list of free sessions, visit iseurope.org/infocomm-flashtracksessions. InfoComm has made it easy to access all of its professional development education at ISE with an All Access Pass, which gets ISE attendees into all Application Labs, Conferences and MasterClasses. After purchasing the pass, pre-registration for sessions is not required and admissions is on a firstcome, first-served basis. “For ISE 2017, we wanted to make our educational programme more accessible than ever,” said Taggart. “We know that at a busy trade show like ISE, time is precious and plans can change. With the InfoComm All Access Pass, attendees can adopt a flexible approach to education and partake in as much of the programme as they want, when they want.”

CONFERENCES In addition, InfoComm is holding five conferences at the show to explore topics in depth. Each includes expert guest speakers sharing their insights and a panel discussion. The conference topics are: • Creating a Smarter Campus (this afternoon), in co-operation with SCHOMS • How AV Can Enhance the User Experience (this afternoon), in co-operation with the AV User Group • Interfacing Between IT and AV

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PRODUCTS, SERVICES, TECHNOLOGIES AND OPINIONS FROM AROUND THE SHOW

VOXPOP What changes do you envisage in the digital signage market in 2017? I foresee increasingly tighter resolutions and larger video systems coupled with a greater general understanding and acceptance of LED from a smart city perspective. Customers and public entities are starting to see the value and benefits of a connected infrastructure and central control of information to aid in communication for both advertising and wayfinding and logistical purposes.

I expect a consolidation in the market because, from a hardware point of view, things are becoming very samey, and there is already some very good software for content delivery etc. Those companies that are already creating content – like Interactive Scape – are in a better position to succeed because they are closer to the source and can offer an integrated solution to their clients.

Pete Egart VP EMEA and Latin America, Daktronics Stand: 8-N263

Marcel Graf Head of marketing and sales, Interactive Scape Stand: 8-K230

Videowall for retail ELITEGROUP COMPUTER SYSTEMS The King Video Wall software, enabling retailers to splice small screens into a bigger one, is on show at the Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) stand. It is aimed at retailers who want to create a large videowall on a limited budget. For example, four FHD screens can be combined into a large 4K videowall. Each screen is driven by a PC stick

and all four PC sticks are controlled by a main PC. Screens are synchronised with each other and the user can decide whether to display content in 1x4, 1x2 or full screen. King Video Wall can support up to nine (3x3) screens. ECS recommends Pocket PC (PPC-CT2AF) as the signage player and Cube PC (QPC-SY65H) as the main PC. PPC-CT2AF is a

The displays market will continue to grow rapidly in 2017. Kiosks will steal some of the limelight. As the technology becomes easier to control over the network, we’ll see more development and adoption of self-service kiosks for QSR, ticketing and wayfinding applications, both indoor and outdoor. Interesting collaborative solutions for PCAP and IR interactive technology in classrooms, training centres and videoconferencing rooms will also come to the forefront in 2017.

Melinda Von Horvath VP of sales EMEA, Peerless-AV Stand: 12-E57

compact PC with Intel Atom x5-Z8350 CPU and Windows 10. QPC-SY65H is equipped with Intel Core i5-6260U, which has enough power to drive all the players.

Stand: 8-N360 King Video Wall allows retailers to create a large video wall on a limited budget

LUMITRIX A smart platform for indoor permanent projection mapping, called Lumibox, is making its debut at ISE 2017. Czech Republic-based projection mapping company Lumitrix aims to make projection mapping easy and accessible to all, so the projections become part of everyday life. The company’s existing Lumitrix T2 automatic outdoor projector inspired the new Lumibox, which offers the same functionality but is aimed at indoor entertainment. Lumitrix T2 is an

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IP43-protected projector with built-in media server and spatial camera that aims to simplify the workflow and make permanent mapping possible. Once the projector is fixed somewhere in the city, objects in front of it can be wirelessly scanned, then content can be produced and sent back to the projector. The Lumibox platform for indoor permanent projection mapping offers a similar functionality, but is not as weather proof and comes with an optional

Interactive camera-based Android signage DSR PARTNER SoliDEyes is a digital signage solution that aims to boost sales by transmitting personalised, targeted information to prospective customers in an unobtrusive manner at the point of sale. Various external sensors, such as cameras, NF/QR/barcode readers, touchscreens and so on, can be integrated into the management software. The built-in camera system recognises the age and gender of the passers-by and automatically shows relevant ads, which helps elicit a purchasing decision without pushing. The user can design what pages will be loaded with what kind of content and how these pages follow each other. The displays can be centrally and individually controlled and the content can differ on each of them. Images, videos, customised animations, widgets, galleries, social media, dynamic weather, RSS/MRSS feeds, news, enterprise HTML5, emergency/CAP alerts, QR code, embed code, CRM content and more can be used.

spatial camera. It can however be connected to more types of projectors and is aimed at installations in museums, galleries, meeting rooms, bars or even living rooms.

Stand: 8-E318

Lumitrix: permanent projection mapping steps inside

SoliDEyes recognises the age and gender of the passers-by and automatically shows relevant ads at the point of sale SoliDEyes delivers personalised, targeted information on large signage monitors, TV screens, videowalls, tablets or mobile devices in an eye-catching manner. The solution, which can either be cloud based or on premise, offers a multiuser platform with any number of users per account, and a scheduling tool that allows comprehensive day-parting and calendar-based scheduling across individual displays or groups of displays.

Stand: 8-E282

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imotionINK, a new product line based on e-paper technology, is on show at the Infinitus stand. The outdoor digital signage vendor is presenting two units – the imotionINK 13.3in module and its videowall alternative imotionINK 2 x 13.3in – as an independent solution and as a solution integrated within a classic bus stop sign. These e-paper displays can be used for simple visual communication, such as passenger and visitor information. Extremely low power consumption and integrated 3G and WiFi connectivity allows them to be placed in locations without power. Depending on usage dynamics, power can be sourced from battery or even solar panels. The imotionINK display comes with a VESA mount as standard and

can be mounted in either portrait or landscape mode. It comes bundled with a content management and diagnostics system.

Stand: 8-F270

imotionINK e-paper displays can be used for simple visual communication, such as passenger and visitor information

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New corporate identity

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Sensing the force ZYTRONIC

Net Display Systems is now known as NDS

NET DISPLAY SYSTEMS (NDS) Dutch digital signage software developer Net Display Systems is bidding farewell to its name in favour of NDS, a rebranding that is being announced at ISE 2017. After 23 years in business, NDS adopted the abbreviation that its worldwide partner network has been using for years. The company sees this rebranding as a reflection of the company’s renewed commitment to being a strategic partner to their clients with short lines and direct communication. Aside from the introduction of a new company name, the company’s PADS4 software has also undergone a brand enhancement. As well as

receiving a logo makeover, PADS4 is now supported with the new tagline ‘Get in control’. “By rebranding NDS and PADS4, we have chosen a future-proof direction to continue to stimulate brands and organisations all around the globe to inform, guide, surprise and engage end users in the best possible way,” said Willie-Jan Bons, CEO at NDS. “We see PADS4 as a platform for any dynamic display communication need, whether it’s corporate communication, wayfinding or digital menu boards. It’s one software solution that allows you to take control of all your communication wishes, all within the same digital signage network.”

Stand: 8-F240

BrightSign a highlight SYSCOMTEC DISTRIBUTION A range of products from international manufacturers of AV media and control technology is on show at the syscomtec stand, including the BrightSign Series 3 digital signage media players. The new BrightSign Series 3 LS, HD, XD and XT digital signage media players, range from low-cost entrylevel players to interactive enterprise players. They offer full HD and 4K video resolution at 60 frames per second. The integrated H.265 HEVC codec ensures that high-resolution video content is compressed to the lowest data transfer rate without any loss of quality, allowing for faster playback. The media players offer high dynamic range to display more levels of brightness and colour tones for 4K displays as well as HTML5 support

and RSS feeds. The LAN port allows users to sync other BrightSign players and join them into a multi-channel playout application for videowalls. The Series 3 models have been redesigned and are flatter than their predecessors, with a height of 1in. Playback can be triggered interactively via motion sensors, RFID, GPIOs or USB devices such as touchscreens, trackballs or a mouse. Other features include the integration of live TV, including HDCP-encrypted content, power over Ethernet, an M.2 interface for WiFi antennas, and the Mosaic Moder feature for playing a variety of videos in multiple video zones. Products from Altinex, Avitech, easescreen and Jusst will also be featured in the areas of signal management, transmission technology and digital signage.

Stand: 8-N275

Joining forces with Also MEDIUM In conjunction with parent company Also, Medium is presenting the Microsoft Surface Hub, of which Also is one of the few official suppliers. The Surface Hub changes the way meetings take place and teams collaborate, which Medium is presenting as an exciting product for resellers looking to introduce new technology to their customers. Once again, Medium and Also are

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joining forces at ISE to connect with their network of vendors and reseller partners and to exhibit products from their major vendors, addressing the AV requirements of conference and presentation technology for office, conference hall, education and digital signage. Also, a B2B marketplace that acts as a trading centre for the ICT industry, took over Medium in 2012 to embrace AV expertise.

Stand: 8-N318

To address interest and growth in the space of interactive videowalls and large touch tables, Zytronic is showing its force sensing technology for large-format interactive touch screens for the first time at ISE. Zytronic will be demonstrating PCT and MPCT touch sensors with force sensing in ATMs, kiosks, game terminals and interactive videowalls, to differentiate between a soft and hard touch. Zytronic’s approach is based on a

Differentiating between a soft and a hard touch measurement of the surface area of an applied touch, which changes the measured capacitive signal levels

at the relative touch location on the sensor. This eliminates the need for a piezo-electric or other layers on the glass to measure applied force or pressure. Since it relies on a modification to the firmware, it can be retrofitted to existing Zytronic touch screens. “Force or pressure sensing is a whole new way of interacting with a touch screen and we are a pioneer in bringing it to financial, retail, gaming, industrial and other commercial touch screen applications, giving developers a fantastic opportunity to innovate,” commented Ian Crosby, sales and marketing director at Zytronic.

Stand: 8-E350

Simplified VR content creation VENTUZ TECHNOLOGY The recently launched Ventuz 5.2 software, including a complete virtual reality (VR) integration, is being demonstrated at ISE 2017 to counter the trend for complicated programming and costly custommade solutions within the VR content creation world. The new content creation toolset aims to ease this process, allowing users to design real-time 3D graphics that can be adjusted to fit VR requirements. The toolset offers

animation functionalities, dynamic data input and output and extensive import options for 3D models, including a live-link to Cinema 4D. With Ventuz 5.2, users can create content for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, Ventuz 5.2 enables the creation of content for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive including the existing VR controllers. Another stand partner is Realtime Ventuz Technology will feature a Department, an agency that counts VR area on its stand, where content among its clients some big names in the creation company Glare Productions automotive and industry sectors. will showcase some of its VR projects. Stand: 8-K325

WDS for digital signage management TOMWARE WDS, a digital signage solution that stems from a partnership between Italian ICT company TomWare and Gruppo C’È Supermarkets, with shops in Italy and San Marino, is on show at ISE 2017. WDS is a software solution to manage the scheduling, distribution and control of multimedia digital content such as movies, commercials, entertainment, executive dashboards and dynamic measurements or images, intended to be executed on remote displays. A single web application provides a centralised software system to manage the spread of content to any number of players. The solution can be deployed in the cloud or onpremise.

WDS stems from a partnership between TomWare and Gruppo C’È Supermarkets Highlights of WDS include content broadcasting reports for each client group and network, the ability to exploit standard hardware equipment with no need for proprietary players, and queue management software operated by remote control. The system can handle several video configurations: horizontal, vertical, multiple, videowall or mixed. No continuous network connection for clients and server is required; content is sent when connection

HDMI 2.0 multiview video processor PARTILINK Now ready for release for marketing and selling, Partilink’s HDMI 2.0 multiview video processor came to ISE as a prototype last year. This video scaler offers multiple functionalities, including multiview display, for example PIP or POP, video switch/rotate/flip and the scaling of HDMI/VGA to HDMI 2.0

and DP for output. It enables a 4K@60Hz YUV 4:4:4, HD, SD computer display device, virtually handling any input resolution up to 4K@60Hz or full HD 1080p. This video processor provides four HDMI, one VGA and one DisplayPort input and one HDMI 2.0 alongside one DP output. The ability to handle a maximum of four videos displayed on the same

is active and all media files and schedules are stored locally on player PCs. Any organisation wishing to extend communications to remote sites can take advantage of this solution. This can include retail chain stores, multisite companies and branch office networks, business and shopping centres, museums, healthcare and hospitals, airports, train and bus stations, and public administration.

Stand: 8-F368

monitor simultaneously aims to offer a great advantage in digital signage, since there are more and more large 4K@60Hz displays released and applied in the market. Applications for this product include hospitality, conference rooms, shopping malls, broadcast support for transport hubs as well as rental and staging. It can also be integrated with DVR and IP camera technology as a surveillance system.

Stand: 8-K332

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VOXPOP What changes do you envisage in the

55in tangible recognition touch table With up to 80 simultaneous touch points and a waterproof surface, the touch screen can service several users at once

digital signage market in 2017?

We can see three major market trends here: new display formats, like the stretch LCDs from LG or Samsung; higher-brightness displays, for outdoor or near outdoor use; and OLED displays. These OLED displays offer many new applications because of their curvability, low thickness, true blacks and bright colours. That is what the market is always looking for: new applications, new first-time experienced impressions. OLED is allowing a lot of ways to create new eyecatching effects.

Hubertus Beckmann Technical director, LANG Stand: 1-H60

The usage of high-resolution LED displays for digital signage purposes on most high streets is bound to increase a lot. The price levels have dropped to a point where it becomes truly interesting to more and more players in the retail market. With most major manufacturers now offering retail-specific products, brighter video displays without old-school LCD bezels will soon become the norm, not just for high-end flagship stores.

Tobias Stumpfl CEO, AV Stumpfl Stand: 1-H6, 1-G3

Integrated Android and Intel displays PRODVX EUROPE A new black metal 7in integrated Android display, the APPC7DSQPM, is being launched by ProDVX with quad core and power over Ethernet. The company also hopes to wow the Intel crowd with its newest 7in and 10in integrated Intel displays, the IPPC-7 and IPPC-10. These products are all

being released at ISE 2017, as are the new ProDVX 7in, 10in and 15in touch monitors. The APPC-10DSQPL room signage solution is also on show, an integrated Android display with quad core, power over Ethernet and LED colour bars on the side. Combined with the ProDVX NFC reader or barcode module, it’s a solution for room

booking, price checking or access control. ProDVX also offers wall mount brackets, shelf brackets, rear mount brackets, cover plates, desk and floor stands, Android and Intel PC boxes and other accessories. During the show, ProDVX is showcasing a new ABPC-543 4K Android box PC.

INTERACTIVE SCAPE The Scape Pro 55 UHD multi-touch table, a new tangible recognition touch table featuring up to 80 simultaneous touch points and supporting Ventuz Technology’s software suite and the TUIO protocol, is making its ISE debut. Officially certified by Ventuz, the 55in Scape Pro 55 UHD runs Interactive Scape’s Capore technology for tangible object recognition on capacitive touch. Capore comes with a selection of standard markers, but also offers flexibility for custom shapes. The Scape Pro 55 UHD consists of a 55in 4K/UHD multi-touch display with a 3M touch sensor and a noiseless workstation. With up to 80 simultaneous touch points and a waterproof surface, the touchscreen can service several users at once without a host or staff

member to oversee operations. In combination with Ventuz’s 2D/3D graphic design capabilities, the table is aimed at a large number of applications, from information terminals to point of sale. The Scape Pro’s tangible object recognition works without set-up in various different environments, from highly lit exhibition floors to changing light situations in shops and outdoors. Both Ventuz and the Scape Pro table use the industry standard TUIO protocol. With Ventuz’s interaction tool set, users can create touch and object applications with simple drag-and-drop operations, making it easy to convert any graphic presentation into an interactive user experience. The Pro Scape 55 UHD will be on show during ISE 2017 on both the Ventuz Technology stand (8-K325) and the Interactive Scape stand.

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New industry alliance for interoperable AV over IP SDVOE ALLIANCE A non-profit consortium of technology providers are collaborating to standardise the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals in professional AV environments. The alliance seeks to bring different perspectives to the Software Defined Video over Ethernet initiative and to create an ecosystem around SDVoE technology that allows software to define AV applications. It spans the entire ecosystem with expertise in chipsets (AptoVision, Aquantia), switches and storage (NETGEAR), and AV endpoints (Christie Digital, Sony and ZeeVee). The SDVoE Alliance already benefits from over 35 shipping products and numerous installations in healthcare, enterprise, entertainment, hospitality, retail, houses of worship, government, military, industry and security. Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance, said: “For years we have lived with the idea that AV/IT convergence is coming. The SDVoE Alliance and its technology finally provide the platform that is necessary to enable it. Using 10Gb Ethernet hardware to move video with flawless quality and zero latency is only the beginning. The creation of a software platform enables the development of whole new classes of applications not yet

Sony, AptoVision, Aquantia, Christie Digital, NETGEAR, and ZeeVee have together formed the SDVoE Alliance conceived. True convergence is finally here.” The SDVoE Alliance stand is featuring a series of demonstrations at ISE highlighting SDVoE technology delivering a full-stack solution for AV over IP, zero-latency 4K60 over standard Ethernet, a complete application development platform, powerful AV processing with simple controls, and 4K60 with HDR. Free training sessions on deploying zero-latency AV-over-IP systems using SDVoE technology are being held tomorrow (Wednesday) at 12:30, 14:00 or 16:30 in Room F002. AV system integrators, designers, consultants, installers and manufacturers can register to attend at sdvoe.org.

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Debuting at ISE 2017 is the VLX Series, a visually lossless low-latency 1Gbps 4K AVover-IP signal transceiver utilising Aurora Multimedia’s IPBaseT technology, which can be seen on Aurora’s stand. Aurora is changing the topology of AV with IPBaseT technology, which it claims can resolve all existing issues with reliability, serviceability, scalability, capability and inventory. The VLX Series is comprised of three variations: two wall plates (VLX-TCW2V-C, VLX-TCW2H-C) and a box version (VLX-TC1-C). Capable of 4K30 4:4:4, the VLX uses low compression (8:1) with low latency (25ms) to create a visually lossless image usable for digital signage, conference rooms, classrooms and houses of worship at a

reasonable cost. The VLX takes further advances with videowall modes of up to 8x8 and image rotation for portrait videowalls. All VLX units have a Dante option to further increase the flexibility of the system. Aurora’s IPBaseT combines a variety of 4K IP technologies and features under one unified protocol, using a simplified topology. For the VLX Series, some of the core capabilities of IPBaseT are visually lossless video with low latency, videowall, image rotation, digital audio, USB 2.0, Ethernet and control. Utilising the bandwidth of standard 1Gbps copper, IPBaseT supports large scalable audio/video matrixing, and it does so while replacing multiple technologies and products with a single-box distributed platform.

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Range of projection EXHIBITORVIEW capabilities showcased Virtual reality and KVM switches – an essential partnership in pro-AV applications The AV industry has seen many technologies come and go, and we have a new one: virtual reality. As well as being an exciting games platform, VR is already widely used in pro-AV sectors; in retail, real estate and complex product design. VR content creation software is available. The largest of all industrial software CAD/CAM design suppliers, Autodesk, produces VRED, a sophisticated 3D visualisation and virtualisation package used by leading aerospace and car manufacturing companies around the world to create VR content. However, to be viable and effective, VR systems must integrate into the business workflow. Large organisations these days prefer to concentrate computing hardware in centralised equipment rooms where it is secure and maintainable. KVM extenders allow users to access these computers as though they were locally located, using just a keyboard, video display and mouse.

A KVM matrix switch (up to 576 ports in a single unit) enables any user to directly connect to any computer. This has distinct advantages: computers and content are more secure, maintenance is simplified and redundancy and backup procedures are more effective. Software applications can be shared among users for better economy and efficiency. VR design and presentation systems need the key attributes already offered by KVM technology: namely secure access to computers, uncorrupted video and audio with zero delay and instant interactive response. It is that which makes KVM and VR a perfect partnership. Designers can develop products at their desks and show them anywhere: in the boardroom, presentation room or on personal goggles, by switching the connection. Video signals up to 4K/60Hz (4:4:4) resolution can be transmitted without visual degradation or delay and USB data returned, so there is no limitation in use.

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We are already involved in this sector of the professional AV industry and expect it to grow, to become much more relevant and widely used in the future.

CANON Showcasing a range of installations enabled by its partners across industry sectors including education, entertainment and digital signage, Canon is demonstrating the latest developments in its 4K projection technology. This includes an immersive domed 4K projection area, a creative blend installation, as well as ‘touch and try’ demonstrations for visitors. Canon’s 4K 6,000 lumen, SSI illumination XEED 4K600STZ laser projector is on display for the first time, projecting content on a panorama dome screen from Elumenati, showing how it can deliver images onto curved or domed surfaces with consistent focus. A double-4K projection demonstration via two Canon XEED

4K501ST projectors on a curved surface from AV Stumpfl is also being given, highlighting Canon’s marginal focus adjustment functionality. Also featured is the XEED 4K501ST projector in collaboration with Phoenics 360° displays, showcasing 360º 4K projection on a multimedia column for digital signage applications such as advertising. Demonstrating its short-throw projectors, three Canon XEED WUX450ST units along a passageway show how the projector’s vertical lens shift enables a range of installation options. The stand also includes a ‘touch and try’ demonstration area, with devices on display including the Canon XC15, the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and the Canon EOS 1D X Mark II.

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VOXPOP Which technology do you think will have New VR glasses launched the greatest impact on the industry over the next five years – and why?

If we look to our daily business in the event market, projection is still the number one technology. And it will remain in this position. UHP lamp-driven projectors will be phased out, new projectors with lamp-free technologies like the already available laser-phosphor light sources with their ecological and economic advantages are being phased in. It will take years to replace all units in the market.

Hubertus Beckmann Technical director, LANG Stand: 1-H60

Wireless transmission of audio and video signals with improved quality and reliability. This looks like a definite trend supported by an evolution of the lifestyle. There are two categories of wireless AV devices: small portable ones that consumers obviously like to carry anywhere, but also fixed ones that could be wired. However, wireless connection of these devices makes their installation a lot easier. This, I think, will reduce the need for pre-wiring of homes.

Patrice Congard CEO, Screen Excellence Stand: 1-N4

In the projection industry, the key developments have undoubtedly been the development and rapid uptake of laser technology, and the adoption of 4K. Both of these have been key drivers in our development roadmap and ISE 2017 gives us the opportunity to show what we have already achieved and ‘test the water’ with ideas we are working on.

Chris Axford International sales & marketing manager, Digital Projection Stand: 1-F44

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for comfort mean it can be repeatedly worn by lots of visitors, ISE 2017 sees the launch by Epson fitting comfortably for long periods of the latest version of its Moverio of time, no matter their shape, size, smart glasses, the BT-350, which or if they wear glasses. Its unique are designed for augmented reality design has been created using commercial and, specifically, arts feedback from customers and and culture applications. projects already using the previous The BT-350, says the company, generation of Moverio in a widehas been designed with ease of range of applications, resulting in use, durability and accessibility in easy fleet management features mind to provide innovative content thanks to its dedicated options and and experiences, beyond what is accessories.” available on phones and tablets or According to Epson, the capability audio guides. for several BT-350 models to be “The design and wearability is charged and updated at the same key, and the BT-350 is designed time via an optional accessory with commercial applications makes it simple to manage many in mind,” said Valerie Riffauddevices simultaneously. The Cangelosi, head of new market battery lasts up to six hours, and development, Epson Europe. “Its the controller can be locked so durable build and features designed users cannot tamper with it. Built-in connectivity and Epson’s new VR glasses are designed for culture and art applications sensors include Bluetooth Smart, WiFi, Miracast and motion sensors. The smart glasses can also deliver 3D content, and feature a high-resolution five-megapixel stereo camera.

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LANG At this year’s ISE show, LANG continues to focus on LED Worlds, which it says allows customers to choose the service they require – from consultancy through simple sales and rentals through to partnering on the most sophisticated projects. LANG points out that, in a global market with hundreds of competing LED manufacturers, choosing the right technology can be of great importance to an entire project. This often starts with defining the exact specifications, where LANG believes, with its specialised and experienced LED engineers, it can help. Where detailed project and product planning is needed, LANG explains that the company can give support on product selection or suggest modifications to existing products. For example, LANG points out, an essential parameter in the choice of a suitable LED product is the pixel

VOXPOP Which technology do you think will have

It is not necessary for projects to always invest in the finest pixel pitch, says Lang pitch, which defines the minimum viewing distance to the LED wall. The trend of LED technology tends to an ever-smaller pixel pitch, but often, the company notes, it is not necessary for projects to invest in the finest pixel pitch. The resolution capability of the human eye means that the observer can no longer perceive the matrix structures of a LED wall from a certain distance. Through intensive consultation with LANG LED Worlds it is possible, says the company, to establish which product is the most economical and technically most useful for a specific application.

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I believe that the majority of products and solutions offered by the audiovisual industry are still far too technical and complex for the average user to realise their full value. Therefore I believe that intelligent devices that are connected and operated by voice control, as we are starting to see on our personal smart devices with Siri and OK Google, will drive a revolution in how people engage with and get the best out of complex technology.

Audio over IP. An AoIP system has some real technology benefits of being able to use existing IT infrastructure without having to construct new dedicated networks. It allows audio data packets to coexist with control traffic in the IT network ,creating one simple low-latency, highly synchronised connection to the user. In addition to technical benefits there are resulting financial benefits from being able to use existing network cabling and switching too.

Sid Stanley General manager, visual solutions, Sharp Europe Stand: 12-E76

Nicki Fisher Sales director EMEA, Clear-Com Stand: 7-K180

IT security is going to dominate as more and more tech becomes IP enabled, but that isn’t a very sexy answer. I think H.265/HEVC is going to become a major driver for change within hardware builds; if you can’t do it, you’re going to fall by the wayside. I also think more and more manufacturers are going to move into software; hardware is very much becoming the past.

James Keen Marketing manager, Tripleplay Stand: 12-F73

EXHIBITORVIEW Reinforcing ambitions 4K UHD transmission over fibre optic Although the 4K UHD era has begun, transmission and peripheral device technologies have not been catching up with 4K display devices. Currently, many 4K display devices are available; however, an optical solution is the only feasible technology when transmitting over long distances in a non-compressed way. Beyond 4K, in the 8K UHD era, only fibre-optic transmission technology is expected to be in use for uncompressed solutions. Since launching the world’s first optical DVI cable in 2001, Opticis

has announced new and better compact optical extenders through technological innovations every year. In 2015, by announcing the world’s first compact sized fibre-optic extender for 4K 60Hz, Opticis received great attention in the pro-AV industry, allowing pro-AV makers to realise a variety of solutions. At this year’s ISE exhibition, Opticis is once again introducing better and more powerful 4K connectivity solutions such as a detachable type of HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 AOC (Active Optical Cable) and extenders, and 4K video over IP products optimised for control room and digital signage use.

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Showing its commitment to developing projection and visual solutions and displays for all meeting rooms and large venues, Vivitek is demonstrating its product range at the show. It is also reinforcing its ambition to provide collaboration solutions for every meeting room and budget. Vivitek is showing a range of projector solutions offering high brightness and high resolutions, including laser light source technology, ranging from WUXGA to 4K. Furthermore, Delta LED and LCD display wall solutions are on Vivitek’s stand, showing the scope of the digital signage solutions and options available. Meanwhile, to further demonstrate

its offerings as the provider of a range of end-to-end AV solutions designed to meet the collaboration needs of users across both the home and business market, Vivitek is also demonstrating its NovoConnect Solutions. This family of simple, small and cost-effective wireless screen sharing and collaboration systems can be tailored according to the needs of each user or workspace. Another attraction for visitors to the Vivitek stand is the NovoDS digital signage solution. Said to be easy to install and use, NovoDS brings order to busy meeting points, receptions areas or other public spaces, simply and conveniently, using a combination of text, photos, audio, video and web content in fully customisable configurations for a variety of settings.

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Multi-room audio ecosystem upgraded SPEAKERCRAFT A major update to its multi-room audio ecosystem has been announced by SpeakerCraft. The new software adds streaming audio services, plus dynamic zone grouping and a new streamlined user interface. The built-in streaming services include Spotify, TuneIn, Pandora and other popular internet radio services. These new services unlock a seventh source in the MRA-664 chassis that drives the multi-room ecosystem’s six zones of audio, expandable to 12 with a second chassis. The dynamic zone grouping feature allows family members to instantly group media zones on the fly – for party mode, or when the entertainment moves from room to room. “These new features make the platform more user-friendly than ever,” said Core Brands software product manager Tom McKeon. “And as a free software update, it enables any existing MRA-664

system to easily upgrade to the new features.” Launched in 2015 as a six-source, six-zone system, SpeakerCraft’s MRA664 is anchored to an ecosystem that includes two touchpanels and a wireless remote. The installation wizard enables configuration of the entire system – now seven sources and six zones – from a tablet or laptop. The SpeakerCraft app can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store or Google Play to enable control from mobile devices.

Stand: 1-N53 SpeakerCraft’s multi-room audio ecosystem now benefits from additional functionality

FPD housings are multi-purpose SMARTMETALS MOUNTING SOLUTIONS A range of housings for flat panel monitors designed for indoor and outdoor use as well as for special purposes, such as extreme weather or dusty factory environments, is on show on the SmartMetals stand. The indoor housings are equipped with a hinged front with toughened safety glass for extra clarity. The outdoor housings are additionally fitted with active ventilation, thermostatically controlled heating and a filter. A bracket for wall mounting and a multi-VESA monitor mounting bracket are included. The standard colour of the housing is white (to keep out heat from the outside as much as possible) with black framework around the screen. Other colours are available on request. The housings are available in both landscape and portrait orientations and meet the IP55 (splashproof) standard. The 092.1500 and 092.1600

series are suitable for monitors up to 700cd, the 092.1700 series is suitable for highbrightness monitors up to 2,500cd. SmartMetals says that it has further developed its existing Light Series profile for more stability in its rental floor stands, as a result of which the company is introducing a full range of new floor and ceiling mounting solutions for flat panels up to 30kg.

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Launch of compact VXS loudspeakers YAMAHA COMMERCIAL AUDIO Here in Amsterdam Yamaha Commercial Audio has launched two new ultra-compact installation loudspeakers, which fulfil a demand for high-quality sound from units that are as visually discreet as possible. The VXS1ML and VXS3S are significant new additions to Yamaha’s Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) loudspeaker range and a solution for background music applications in restaurants, retail outlets, hotel lobbies and other situations where loudspeakers need to be heard but not seen. Measuring 62mm x 62mm x 82mm and weighing just 0.16kg, the VXS1ML mini satellite Lo-Z (8-ohm) speaker features a 1.5in full range driver, with a circular mount which allows for free angle installation and up to 30° of vertical adjustment. The VXS1ML

can be surface mounted; alternatively the optional CMA1MB/CMA1MW allows for inceiling installation and the optional RMA1MB/ RMA1MW for hanging from a lighting rail. Available in black or white, the enclosure is also paintable to ensure the loudspeaker unobtrusively blends into any environment. According to Yamaha, the VXS1ML is the ideal complement to the VXS3S compact subwoofer, which delivers a rich low to mid sound. Featuring a 3.5in driver, switchable Lo-Z (8-ohm)/Hi-Z (70V/100V) inputs and Yamaha’s Dual SR-Bass technology, the VXS3S measures 320mm x 160mm x 110mm and weighs 2.4kg. Also featuring built-in satellite connectors, it can be surface mounted or (with the optional CMA3SB/CMA3SW) mounted within the ceiling. Like the VXS1ML, it is available in black or white and has a paintable enclosure.

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do you see as the most VOXPOP What significant new technologies in the residential space?

Smart lighting. We are providing a foundation for innovation in this area that enables digital and intelligent light fixtures. We are addressing trends now in precise dimming and dynamic lighting. Generally, IoT technologies and services, and emerging AR/VR user interfaces, are big trends in the residential space. In IoT, the game-changers are in big data and interoperability (integrated solutions) – interoperable devices that can communicate with each other and the analysis of that big data from those devices that inspire or automate action.

David Klein Manager – sales & marketing, Vantage Controls EMEA Stand: 1-M2

On the audio side, more and more pro-audio developed technologies are entering the residential market. Professional sound system-based transducer technologies (high-output hi-fi performance) are in demand, due to their increased dynamics and reduced distortion. At the same time, all-digital (AES3) signal routing is another example of this trend. The top residential consumer is developing into a ‘pro-sumer’.

Tom Back Co-founder, Alcons Audio Stand: 6-H148

Robert de Jong Director product marketing EMEA, Milestone AV Technologies Stand: 2-C42

High performance products launched PROCELLA AUDIO Intending to take ISE by storm with three new high performance speaker products is Procella Audio. The P5V wallmount speaker, P5iW in-wall, and the P15A active subwoofer have made their show debut here. The P5V is a slim, softly sculptured speaker (only 104mm deep) and tall or wide, depending on orientation, ideal for wall placement, especially next to flat-panel displays. The P5iW is an in-wall/inceiling design that offers easy installation and both black and white fabric grilles to blend into any décor. Each features a pro audio 5.25in woofer and a 1in high-frequency pro compression driver with a Procella constant directivity 80º circular waveguide for high output and even coverage. The single 15in P15A highoutput subwoofer has a shallow (only 230mm deep) sealedbox cabinet and an integral

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Novel concepts for in-wall and in-ceiling speakers BANG & OLUFSEN

With the rise of 1080p and 4K projection, projection screen surface technologies are becoming very significant. When projector resolutions increase, the pixels they throw become more dense. Traditional projection surfaces are not able to reflect those super dense pixels back perfectly, simply because they are not totally smooth. Closely linked to the importance of HD and 4K ready projection surfaces is thus the development in large-format tensioned screen types. As pixels become smaller and the viewing area becomes larger, delivering a completely flat projection surface ranging from 2m to 6m is crucial.

350W power amplifier. Its 15in long-throw professional audio subwoofer driver has a 3in voice coil and cast aluminium chassis. With its Procella Class D 350W power amplifier, it produces a maximum output of 119dB at 50Hz, with extension to a –3dB point of 24Hz. Both black and white finishes are available. “The P5 platform is now complete with on-wall and inwall variations,” stated Procella founding director Anders Uggelberg. “It covers everything from main speakers for TV rooms and theatres to height channels in Atmos systems, with exceptional performance at an affordable price. And the P15A is the perfect companion subwoofer, with great versatility including as a balancing subwoofer in dedicated theatres.”

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In connection with the announcement of its co-operation with Origin Acoustics, Bang & Olufsen is introducing a new product category: in-ceiling and in-wall speaker concepts that combine the Bang & Olufsen design signature in grilles, high flow baffles and carefully selected speaker drivers, plus easy installation and flexibility from Origin Acoustics. Bang & Olufsen and Origin Acoustics Celestial in-ceiling speakers combine sound performance with flexibility and simple installation and the ability to match even the most progressive interior design, claims the manufacturer. The Celestial speaker range is designed with solutions that can give users discreet background music listening, high-performance listening and an involving home theatre experience, the company says.

Speakers are offered in sizes ranging from 6.5in speakers to a massive 10in woofer with the option of directing sound to wherever it’s wanted. Applying the simple ZipClip 2.0 system for easy mounting including a number of different designs means the in-ceiling solution from Bang & Olufsen and Origin Acoustics now matches any need for elegant in-ceiling speakers, the companies claim. While all the sound power is hidden away in the ceiling, the visible speaker grilles remain true to the Bang & Olufsen design philosophy of ‘understated luxury that complements any home interior’. The Premium Grilles are made from a polished aluminum frame and white steel front and, if users want a solution that really stands out, the company offers an advanced grille that is made of pure anodised aluminium as an accessory.

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New immersive audio hardware demonstrated STORMAUDIO The company’s new line of immersive audio hardware is being showcased by StormAudio, with live demonstrations of Auro-3D, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X featuring exhibit partner TRIAD Speakers. The hardware line consists of four preamp/processors (from 16 to 32 channels), three power amplifiers (8 to 16 channels) and a 16-channel Integrated Immersive Sound AV Processor (combination amp/ processor). Each StormAudio immersive audio processor uses what the company describes as advanced immersive sound processing (ISP). Each processor shares the same GUI, modular platform and web-based remote-monitoring program. StormAudio offers 8- and

16-channel amplifiers to complement its processors. According to the company, they benefit from a large power supply with highly efficient high current amplifier modules and employ an electronically managed vent system for temperature control, making them ideal for rack-mounting. The amps are also remotely monitored. The I.ISP 3D.16.12 is a 16-channel integrated amplifier/processor built on the same backbone as the brand’s processors including the user interface, remote-monitoring capabilities and built-in compatibility with all three immersive audio formats. The unit outputs 12 channels at 200W each and is equipped with four balanced XLR outputs for connection to an external amp, bringing total output to 16 channels.

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Outdoor innovations open new market opportunities STEALTH ACOUSTICS With two outdoor home entertainment innovations on display, the award-winning Stealth Patio Theater (SPT) solution and the completely weather-resistant range of StingRay speakers, Stealth Acoustics is talking about new market opportunities at ISE 2017. The SPT is a fully weatherprotected outdoor system capable of producing a full movie theatre experience in the homeowner’s own back garden. The SPT integrates a vibrantly bright and colourful high-resolution P3 LED screen with dynamic, full-range, multi-channel surround sound, including Atmos, using Stealth’s award-winning IP68-rated LR3 loudspeakers and B30 subwoofers, amplification and digital signal processing technology. Available in three screen sizes – 103in, 130in and 150in – the SPT screen rises silently on demand from its custom designed enclosure thanks to a smooth automated lifting mechanism. Stealth’s family of StingRay outdoor high-fidelity speakers are said to be an ideal weatherresistant audio solution for

outdoor and luxury boat projects. Comprising 6in and 8in woofer models, StingRay speakers are constructed using high-strength UV-protected fibreglass and marine-grade fibre-infused ASA plastics, meaning the speaker is completely sealed against intrusion from any outside elements. This gives StingRay a unique and unprecedented Ingress Protection rating of IP68 according to international CEI/IEC 60529 standards, says Stealth Acoustics. “Our premium, quality solutions are purpose-designed to meet the testing requirements of outdoor living,” commented Steve Olszewski, VP of Stealth Acoustics. “The SPT is a great high performance option for clients who enjoy watching TV, live sports or movie nights outside in the daytime or at night. Meanwhile, our StingRay speakers deliver great audio performance for pool, garden or deck areas, with an IP68 rating that ensures they can resist anything the weather can throw at them. Both technologies allow installers to tap into profitable new revenue streams as they help their clients enjoy an al fresco lifestyle.”

Stand: 5-R110, 1-N115

Sage Series in-ceiling loudspeakers displayed WISDOM AUDIO The new Sage Series ICS7a in-ceiling loudspeaker for high-performance entertainment audio applications is being demonstrated at ISE 2017 by Wisdom Audio. Behind the high-performance sound of the ICS7a is a redesign of Wisdom’s award-winning Sage P20 driver – said to be a breakthrough in the power-shading capabilities of Wisdom’s planar magnetic driver (PMD). ICS7a delivers a fully passive point-source product capable of

achieving high output down to 57Hz. For maximum clarity, the angled PMD design allows on-axis energy to be focused straight at the listening area. An optional laser alignment tool is available to assist installers in achieving ultra-precise driver orientation, improving focus and delivering incredible imaging, the company says. The system does not require active crossover or bi-amplification, allowing dealers worldwide to offer Sage performance at a lower price point.

Stand: 5-U120

The new Sage Series ICS7a features a redesign of Wisdom’s awardwinning Sage P20 driver

Showcasing latest SI software D-TOOLS System integration software company D-Tools is showcasing the latest version of its software platform, System Integrator 2017 (SI 2017). D-Tools is also sharing what it says are valuable insights and success stories that attendees can immediately implement into their systems integration processes in order to enhance operational workflows and efficiencies, reduce time and costs, and drive profit. Also under discussion on the stand are ways in which the D-Tools platform can create opportunity

for commercial AV professionals to improve their overall offerings through streamlined operations, automated business processes, and enhanced workflows. The SI 2017 software solution is designed to help increase productivity and efficiency by bringing together estimation, system design and project management into a single datadriven process. New enhancements on show at ISE 2017 include dashboards to track business operations, the ability to publish proposals and quotes to the web, and more.

D-Tools has also announced upcoming integrations with several third-party software providers in order to extend the reach and increase the value of its software platform. According to the company, these strategic partnerships move D-Tools closer to its goal of providing AV, IT, and security system integrators and consultants with a complete endto-end solution that allows data to flow seamlessly throughout the project lifecycle – from initial client contact through the ongoing service relationship.

Stand: 1-N75

Flush-mounting subwoofers launched GARVAN ACOUSTIC

Olszewski: “Our premium, quality solutions are purpose-designed to meet the testing requirements of outdoor living”

Loudspeaker company shows mounting system WATERFALL AUDIO Due to the growing success of its High Performance Professional Custom Series residential cinema speaker range, French hi-fi speaker specialist Waterfall Audio is showcasing its recently launched speaker mounting system, which it claims will save time and money for

custom installers. The benefits of this system for custom installers are: quick mounting and adjusting of the front part of a cinema system (LCR and sub); modular rail design; and enabling cable management. The new mounting system will be available from March 2017.

Altitude16 announced TRINNOV AUDIO

Stand: 5-U102, 5-U100

Waterfall says new speaker mounting system will save time and money for custom installers

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WIR, the new line of in-wall, flushmounting subwoofers, is being launched at ISE 2017 by Italian manufacturer Garvan Acoustic. They were previewed in prototype form at last year’s show, where the company says they were positively received. Thanks to the brand new 6.3in drivers and the G-Bass transmission line, the speakers are said to offer excellent performance even with limited dimensions for installation, while the aesthetic impact is reduced. Optimised for depth (they are only 12cm deep), the WIR subwoofers are compatible both with plasterboard and brick walls.

They can also be installed in false ceilings. There are, says the company, multiple possibilities for customisation of the speakers’ aesthetics. The design of the Garvan WIR subwoofer has been conceived as ‘modular’ - from the single WIR116 with 150W RMS power, to the double WIR216 (300W RMS) up to the quad WIR416 (600W RMS). This means, says the company, that the architecture of the sound system of the selected space can be designed with numerous options: either choosing a single powerful subwoofer, or installing various subwoofers for an equivalent total

Trinnov is showcasing a new AV processor, the Altitude16, which inherits all the core technologies that made the Altitude32 a success for the company. It is an entryway to genuine, immersive cinema in the home, claims the company. The Altitude16 can render up to 16 discrete channels of information, and comes equipped with Dolby Atmos, Auro-3D and DTS:X immersive audio

decoders. Significantly, it also retains the unique Trinnov Speaker/Room Optimizer that, the company claims, goes far beyond the more common ‘auto-EQ’ technologies available from third parties. The patented and proprietary Trinnov Remapping technology is also included, which can reconcile the widely differing speaker placement recommendations of the three 3D Audio formats.

At 600W RMS, the WIR416 delivers 4x the power of the WIR116 power, arranging them radially in the listening area.

Stand: 1-Q115 As with other Trinnov products, the Altitude16 is said to be easily software-updateable and comes with a calibration wizard to simplify initial set-up and calibration. The Altitude16 is also ready for audio over IP, which the company predicts will become an essential feature in coming years.

Stand: 5-U72

The Trinnov Altitude16 is an entryway to genuine, immersive cinema in the home

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Fixtures feature smooth dimming LUTRON Focused on high-end residential and hospitality applications, Lutron’s Finiré LED Recessed Downlights and Lumaris LED Linear Lighting fixtures are said to feature smooth dimming (to 1%). They are designed to work with Lutron controls as part of a HomeWorks QS, Quantum or myRoom system. According to the company, the new Lutron fixture ranges resolve common industry challenges associated with LED lighting, such as flickering or lack of dimming consistency, across the whole range of light outputs. Specifiers no longer have to struggle to find a control and fixture combination with guaranteed compatibility, Lutron claims. The company says that the new products’ optical performance means that fabric and human skin look softer and more natural with its high CRI, colour-consistent light engine, which is available in a range of colour temperature options. “Our new LED fixtures provide our

Lutron’s new lighting fixtures are designed for high-end residential applications

customers with full-range flicker-free output, great optical performance, and guaranteed compatibility with Lutron controls,” said Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa at Lutron. “We are committed to helping people make the transition to LEDs as simple and problemfree as possible by providing exceptional dimming capability and LED quality. An end-to-end Lutron solution will provide our customers with a high-quality lighting and control experience.”

QiS is a ZigBee-operated two-way wireless control solution for QMotion’s range of motorised roller shades. Described by the company as a ‘breakthrough technology’, it is said to enable the seamless integration of blind control into a whole-house or single-room automation system, while simultaneously receiving accurate feedback on shade positioning for improved performance, remote monitoring and maintenance. Utilising ZigBee HA 1.2, QiS is said to be easy to set up, configure and integrate with all compatible devices in a Control4 home automation system. Drivers are also available for integration with Vantage, Crestron, Savant, URC, RTI and other popular control platforms via a compact QMotion Qube integration device.

G&D AT ISE STAND 10-P126

Stand: 1-M125

Blind control is integrated QMOTION

THAT FEELING YOU GET WHEN YOU COLLABORATE SUCCESSFULLY

Each Qube can support up to 32 blinds, or up to 60 blinds when used with a QMotion Range Extender for larger installations. Stand-alone control is also provided from tablets and mobile devices via QMotion iOS or Android apps. QMotion says that blinds can be easily grouped and automated to raise and lower to four selected, programmable positions. They feature automatic safety braking to ensure they never pass completely over the top of the roller when rising. The QMotion patented manual-override command also allows homeowners to operate the blinds by hand, where required, without damaging the automated mechanism. The company is also demonstrating QMotion roller shade brackets which it says are the industry’s thinnest, ensuring an unobtrusive installation.

Stand: 1-M80

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Our overriding aim is to put together a KVM system tailormade to your needs. This involves exceptional levels of consultation from the outset – and exhaustive attention to detail during and after construction. Investing in a G&D system will provide your business with tangible advantages now and into the future. Let’s make that first connection. Contact us today.

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New RCU Show Sequencer introduced ANALOG WAY RCU, a new solution to control large-scale displays in spaces such as major arenas, stadiums and corporate lobbies, is being launched by Analog Way. This powerful

rackmount show sequencer, based on Analog Way’s LiveCore platform, can control dozens of switchers, providing up to 100 outputs, a large number of sources and PIPs with high-end real time processing and advanced video effects.

SmartDock makes Skype4B easier LOGITECH Designed in collaboration with Microsoft, Logitech is showing its meeting room solution Logitech SmartDock. It works with Skype for Business and qualified devices, including Logitech ConferenceCams, to provide what the company describes as a seamless, userfriendly touchscreen console, able to launch and manage video calls in any meeting space. SmartDock was designed in collaboration with Microsoft

With Logitech SmartDock, meetings can be startedwith onetouch join, then participants can instantly project to the display in the room and share to remote participants via Skype for Business on a smartphone or laptop. The Skype Room System also includes the ability to place or join an audio-only call. Now with the new Skype for Business meeting experience, Logitech says users can leave their laptops behind, walk into a SmartDock-equipped conference room, and work together as if they were in the same room. Logitech SmartDock offers HDMI input and output, three USB 3.1 ports and gigabit Ethernet, allowing a variety of Skype Room Systems-certified devices to be connected.

Stand: 11-D111

Said to be ideally adapted to complex configurations, it allows users to create and switch between many different layouts to guarantee an unrivalled visual experience. RCU has also been designed to control various external devices, including media

RCU can operate 365 days a year in any mission-critical environments servers, PTZ cameras and matrix routers. Extremely reliable, the highly developed hardware is able to run 365 days a year in any mission-critical

environment. RCU can be remotely operated and adapted to any kind of user’s automated environment.

Stand: 3-C95

Fourth gen enclosure range launched TEMPEST At ISE 2017, Tempest is launching its modular G4 enclosure range to the European market. The company says that with this new range – which comprises the Blizzard, Whispr, Typhoon, Cyclone and Tacit product families – it can now provide a highquality, holistic enclosure range able to tackle any environment, from harsh outdoor environments to whisperquiet indoor spaces. In addition to its award-winning projector enclosure family, Tempest also produces moving light enclosures. The latest generation, comprising Tornado G4 and Tornado Marine G4, takes the Tornado design and adds a host of enhancements and additional sizes to accommodate any moving head available. “The G4 range highlights why we

lead the way in projector enclosure technology, and we can’t wait to show ISE attendees what we have to offer,” said Tim Burnham, Tempest president. “Through seven years of development, we have constructed thousands of enclosures which have been employed in all climates across the globe, and we’ve learned a huge amount in the process. Our fourth generation enclosures are the product of that learning experience; a reliable modular solution, developed to replace all our existing enclosure types and deal with every customer application. Whatever the requirement – portrait or landscape, outdoor or indoor, rental or fixed, freezing or hot temperatures, standard or custom enclosure sizes – Tempest has your needs covered with G4 enclosures.” Featuring Goldilocks OS technology to prevent overheating and deadly

condensation, the G4 enclosures are now smarter than ever, says Tempest. The latest models have been upgraded across the range, with features including variable-speed AC fan control, USB diagnostics and firmware update capabilities, and optional RS485 and Ethernet connectivity.

Stand: 5-V37

Blizzard G4 outdoor enclosures are now fully stackable, with three sizes capable of housing projectors up to 15k lumens

Click, Connect and Collaborate

Introducing wePresent’s new Wireless Interactive Collaboration System The new WiCS-2100 is packed full of new features and upgraded hardware, making it the most impressive tool for easy collaboration in today’s modern BYOD classroom or meeting space.

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Performance Series Wireless demoed AUDIX MICROPHONES The Performance Series Wireless is on show from Audix. Both the 40 Series and 60 Series offer combinations of features, performance and price, according to the company, and both are available in single-channel and dualchannel versions. “We are very excited to be showcasing the Performance Wireless Series at ISE this year. This product is easy to set up and incredibly versatile, making it an excellent addition to any AV system where high-quality audio and the freedom and convenience of wireless are required,” said Chris Doss, VP sales and marketing, Audix. The R41 Diversity Receiver and R42 Dual Diversity Receiver feature 32MHz wide spectrum tuning with a 92m operating range. The R61 True Diversity Receiver and R62 Two Channel Dual

Diversity Receiver feature 64MHz wide spectrum tuning with a 137m operating range. The 64MHz handheld and bodypack transmitters work with all systems. Vocal models include Audix’s OM Series dynamic microphones and the VX5 condenser microphone. Bodypacks may be used with lavalier, headworn and instrument microphones as well as electric guitar and bass. The Performance Series offers intuitive menus, soft key control of output levels, squelch, pilot, lockout, a high-contrast LCD display, and onetouch auto scan and sync for quick and easy set up and configuration. There are over 60 system options available. Systems include receiver, antennas, power supply, bodypack or handheld transmitter and microphone.

Stand: 3-C87

Leading the curve in enhancing edges

ISE 2017 is the first opportunity in Europe to view the LEDBlade Curve

LEDBLADE New generation LED strip visual technology system LEDBlade is said to create depth of space or three-dimensionality; it enhances edges, expands the visual area or links together to create any geometric design. In addition to the original LEDBlade Stripe, which is available for demonstration on the stand, LEDBlade has also announced the launch of the new LEDBlade Curve. ISE 2017 is the first opportunity in Europe to view the LEDBlade Curve, which

The R41 Diversity Receiver and R42 Dual Diversity Receiver feature 32MHz wide spectrum tuning with a 92m operating range

expands the already vast creative possibilities of LEDBlade. LEDBlade Curves can be used in any combination together, as well as in conjunction with LEDBlade Stripes. Both the LEDBlade Stripe and the LEDBlade Curve use the same cabling and power options and are IP-rated for indoor and outdoor use. LEDBlade offers numerous fastening and securing options, including sliding, rotating or magnetic, to suit individual requirements. LEDBlade’s versatility is its strength.

Handmade in Europe, the essence of LEDBlade lies in its simplicity. Developed by an AV rental company to meet a recurring need, the product benefits from over 20 years of hands-on experience. LEDBlade is rugged in demanding situations as well as compact and light for ease of transportation. The product is so simple and fast to install it can be reassembled on a daily basis. LEDBlade is built for purpose and designed intuitively, with reliability as standard.

Stand: 14-K190

NEW SHURE INTELLIMIX P300 AUDIO CONFERENCING PROCESSOR ®

BECAUSE SMALL TEAMS MAKE BIG DECISIONS Smaller meeting spaces need A/V conferencing technology that fosters productive meetings and easy collaboration, without compromising on sound quality. The Shure P300 offers IntelliMix DSP algorithms optimized for small to medium-sized meeting rooms, featuring Acoustic Echo Cancellation, intelligent noise reduction and auto mixing that eliminate poor meeting sound. Easy to install and configure, the P300 provides Dante, Analog, USB and Mobile connectivity options that makes connecting to room systems and collaborating with laptops and mobile devices easier than ever. Seamless integration with Shure Microflex® Advance and Microflex® Wireless microphones allows the P300 to deliver a complete audio experience from Shure, providing the most intelligible conferencing sound. TM

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VOXPOP Voice control has seen extensive growth in the past year and I think it will continue to expand and develop considerably over the next five years. Voice control opens the door to more convenience and will become a control mechanism that consumers rely on and even expect in 2017. Whether it’s control of one single light, to entire scenes that can control multiple devices in unison – such as thermostats, shades, music, and more – we see voice control as the next big feature of a truly smart home.

Brad Hintze Senior director, product marketing, Control4 Stand: 10-N114

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Which technology do you think will have the greatest impact on the industry over the next five years – and why? The greatest trend we foresee in graphics and video products and technologies is the growing demand for AV over IP. This is not simply an independent segment on its own; networked streaming capabilities are entering many or most of the markets and applications where we are already selling products today. Every professional and/ or corporate customer working with video signals today will benefit from AV-over-IP through the ability to distribute more channels over existing networks or through gaining better quality/ resolution with better standards and products.

Our industry – pro AV – is way behind the 8-ball on AV over IP. Consumer video transitioned years ago (Netflix, YouTube), and broadcast has nearly completed their transition to SDI over 10G. With the prices of 10G Ethernet at unprecedented lows, and technologies available to finally meet the performance demands of pro AV (zero latency, true 4K), I think we are poised for a rapid transition away from point-to-point extension and matrix switches, towards a flexible, scalable video infrastructure where software defines our applications and user experiences.

David Chiappini VP of research & design, Matrox Graphics Stand: 12-E38

Justin Kennington President, SDVoE Alliance Stand: 12-H55

The award-winning UHBX-R-XT from Hall Research is an HDBaseT receiver with integrated HDBaseT transmitter for connection to downstream HDBaseT receiver(s) in a daisy-chain fashion. It provides a local HDMI output, an RS232 port for controlling displays, and it also extends IR signals (IR signal detected at source is broadcast to all receivers – IR cables are sold separately). The RS232 port can be used to send commands (such as power on/off) to compatible displays and projectors. This can be done either automatically (autonomously by

detecting video), or directed by an external Serial Control Device using Hall Research’s simple command set. When RS232 operation is under external control, each receiver in the daisy-chain can be individually addressed for sending specific commands at that particular node. In order to communicate with a given receiver, each receiver in the daisy-chain is assigned a unique address. The UHBX-R-XT provides a MiniUSB port that is used to assign the box address, configure operation mode, upload internal commands (required for automatic on/off control), and more. A free Windows

ATLONA A new AV system control platform, Velocity, is being launched at ISE 2017 by Atlona. The Velocity Control System allows fast, agile AV system configuration and deployment, plus centralised management for multiple clients and site installations. It also features a cloud- and premise-based system architecture with scalability for up to 500 room systems or more, as well as full redundancy capability. Velocity comes with a comprehensive host of convenience features for integrators and endusers that include continuous sitewide system monitoring, instant notifications and alerts, highly intuitive and mobile-friendly control GUIs, secure data communications, detailed analytics, and much more.

GUI is available on the product’s webpage for users who want to take advantage of the product’s control capabilities. The maximum distance between receivers (in a daisy-chain) is 100m (328ft). However, if the video is limited to 1080p (24-bit colour or 8-bits/colour), then users can utilise the ‘Long Reach’ function of the receiver that allows UTP cables of up to 150m (500ft) between consecutive receivers in the daisy-chain (Long-Reach mode does not support 4K or deep colour). At full HD (1080p), up to eight receivers can be daisychained.

Velocity is comprised of three distinct elements that work together as a single, unified platform: Velocity Control Suite; Velocity Control Gateway; and Velocity Touch Panels. The Velocity Control Suite is a cloud-based service and centralised resource for integrators to create, organise and manage their AV control projects by client, client sites and AV control systems within each site. The Velocity Control Gateway is a software-based control processor that resides on-site with the client’s AV systems and delivers IP control to Atlona and third-party devices. And for user operation and interaction with AV systems, Atlona offers Velocity Touch Panels in 5.5in and 8in screen sizes that include hardware for wall or surface mounting. An optional tabletop mount kit is also available.

Stand 5-S92

High quality audio signal splitting ARX SYSTEMS

Daisy chainable HDBaseT receiver demoed HALL RESEARCH

Velocity for AV system control launched

isolated split, for use with a remote recording truck, TV feed or similiar. For the Australian productions of Tony and Grammy Awardwinning Broadway blockbuster Wicked, ARX’s MSX 48s split the audio signals between the Yamaha monitor console and two Cadac FOH consoles.

ISE newcomer ARX is showcasing its MSX 48 16-channel audio splitter for the first time at the show. The ARX MSX 48 transformer-isolated microphone/line splitter handles high-quality audio signal splitting and isolation to meet the complex standards of audio production. Stand: 6-M152 The MSX 48 is a totally passive unit requiring no power and consists of 16 transformerisolated ultra low noise microphone/line splitter channels. Each of these channels has a direct looped main/FOH feed allowing phantom power, and a transformerisolated monitor split ARX’s Colin Park, backstage beside a ‘wicked’ rack on the front panel. On of ARX MSX 48s, Yamaha MLA8 mic preamps and the rear panel is an Yamaha PM5 monitor console auxiliary transformer

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Conferencing customisation TELEVIC CONFERENCE Highlighting its conference customisation solutions at ISE 2017, Televic can furnish solutions that can be adapted to an individual venue and architecture. These range from specially designed and commissioned flushmount devices to tailormade materials and finishing, Televic’s custom-designed conference units for the UN’s Emirates Room in Geneva, one of the most advanced meeting rooms today, are on display here. They showcase Televic’s strength in

creating tailored solutions to satisfy the most exacting conferencing demands. The company’s ability to create flushmount units in a variety of materials with a wide array of finishing, ensures flexibility. Customisation options run deep: from materials, over colours and logos, to special coatings, screening and button placements. Even dedicated additions are possible: power sockets, USB or HDMI connections, and more. Televic is featuring a variety of conference units here at ISE 2017 that highlight different possibilities.

65in screen has multitouch IIYAMA Announced towards the end of last year, iiyama is highlighting the ProLite TF6537UHSC-B1AG 65in 4K resolution large-format display at ISE 2017. Designed for continuous operation, the new screen features PCAP (projected capacitive touch) multi-touch technology that allows up to 50 simultaneous touch events. It also

features an anti-glare coating to reduce ambient reflection in highbrightness environments. Incorporating LED-backlit technology and an IPS panel, the display is said to offer low power consumption and reliable longterm operation for 24/7 usage. It has been labelled A+ energy efficient (EC rating). iiyama has utilised 6H scratchresistant 5mm thick touch sensor

glass, which is also 60950-1 ball-drop test proof, allowing the TF6537UHSC-B1AG to be deployed for use in public environments susceptible to the possibility of misuse. Capable of landscape, portrait or face-up orientation, it is, the company believes, an excellent solution for interactive digital signage, retail applications, kiosks and interactive presentations.

Stand: 10-P149

The ProLite TF6537UHSC-B1AG 65in 4K resolution LFD is designed for 24/7 operation

Stand: 3-A136

Solstice Multi-Room announced MERSIVE Solstice 3.0 brings team-to-team collaboration across multiple meeting spaces to the enterprise, according to Mersive, which is demonstrating the new technology at ISE 2017. Included in the next-generation collaboration solution is the new Solstice Multi-Room capability, which facilitates collaboration among users that are spread across separate meeting spaces and geographic locations on an enterprise network. Solstice enables any number

of users to connect to a meeting room display via WiFi and Ethernet networks and share and control unlimited content from their laptops and mobile devices. Meeting participants can mirror their device screens, stream individual application windows, share videos and more. When two or more Solstice displays are synced in a Multi-Room session, all content shared appears on the displays in all locations, regardless of which room the content is shared from.

Stand: 14-C134

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NEW SHURE ULX-D GOOSENECK AND BOUNDARY MICROPHONES ®

WIRELESS MICS THAT MEAN BUSINESS Live business events demand pristine sound and professional style. The new Shure ULXD8 gooseneck and ULXD6 boundary microphones combine with ULX-D® or QLX-DTM receivers to deliver uncompromising digital audio clarity and solid RF performance in form factors that fit perfectly in business settings. Large rental events and meeting spaces will benefit from low latency audio, large channel counts, a choice of AA or rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, flexible DanteTM networking* and secure AES-256 encryption.

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Luminato can decrypt 600 channels TELESTE Hospitality solutions that are applicable to hotels, hospitals, care homes, cruise ships, oil rigs, multi-dwelling units and stadiums are the ISE 2017 focus for Teleste. The Teleste Hospitality Solution is based on the Teleste Docsis Access Hub (DAH) and Luminato. At ISE 2017, the company is showcasing its Luminato bulk descrambler which is able to decrypt 600 services in one Luminato chassis equipped with five descrambler modules and one bulk descrambler. The company notes that the Luminato bulk descrambler does not require smart cards, and has the capacity to support several CAS solutions, with Verimatrix’s Simulcrypt chosen as the first supported encryption method that the Teleste bulk descrambler system can decrypt. In addition to the Teleste Hospitality Solution, the company is presenting the Luminato

Pro:Idiom module. The company points out that Luminato is used in many hotels around the world and that Luminato’s Samsung LYNK SINC integration has been well accepted by many hotel chains. Now, Luminato supports the Pro:Idiom digital rights management solution that is typical of professional hospitality televisions from LG. The hospitality industry can now, says the company, securely deliver high-definition video content in hotels, whether televisions are manufactured by Samsung, LG or many other brands. The company is also showcasing how it believes that utilising the Teleste Luminato headend platform and open application development can help operators to rethink their headend services and build a broader, more targeted offering for their customers. The Teleste Luminato application module is a complete Linux computer providing an open platform for application development.

Stand: 1-Q65

The Teleste Hospitality Solution is based on the Teleste Docsis Access Hub (DAH) and Luminato

Future projections bright with 4K JVC The new JVC DLA-VS4500 projector is being demonstrated on the JVC stand. It combines native 4K resolution and JVC’s BLU-Escent laser illumination system, and is designed especially for demanding visualisation applications, says the company. With three native 4K (4096 x 2160) D-ILA imagers, the DLA-VS4500 offers 12-bit imagery, 3,000 ANSI lumens and high native contrast ratio. It supports extensive video and imaging formats, and a 120Hz refresh for artefact-free, smooth motion display, suitable for applications with fast movement such as flight simulation. A full range of high MTF fixed and zoom lens options will be available to meet various throw ratio requirements, says the company. JVC claims its BLU-Escent laser phosphor technology is ideally suited for the simulation market because it provides high reliability over extended operating hours, maintains stable brightness and colour, delivers

very high contrast and dynamic range and enables freedom of mounting orientations. ISE 2017 also plays host to two new DLP projectors from JVC – the LX-FH50 high brightness full HD projector and the LX-WX50 professional 1280x800 DLP projector. These models deliver 5,000 ANSI lumen brightness with a high contrast ratio and a highquality image, thanks to DLP

technology. Installation is simple, with keystone and corner correction; a filterless design with an upper lamp door ensures easy access. Both models are equipped with dual HDMI, component, video and analogue PC inputs, with the professional model adding various LAN control protocols.

Stand: 12-H59

The DLA-VS4500 has three native 4K (4096 x 2160) D-ILA imagers offering 12-bit imagery and 3,000 ANSI lumens

Give your customers First-Class Service with BakPak Stand 10-N114 Pakedge BakPak allows you to know when your customers’ networks need attention––before they do. Instantly receive notifications, email or texts so you can react quickly. Constant network management allows you to have your whole customer base at your fingertips.

©2017 Pakedge Device and Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pakedge, Pakedge Device and Software, Bakpak, Bakpak Cloud Management System, and TruStream are registered trademarks of Pakedge Device and Software in the United States and certain other countries.

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4K60AND HDCP 2.2 NOW

IN EVERY BOX New DMPS3-4K-300-C and DMPS3-4K-200-C DigitalMedia Presentation Systems

4K60 now runs in the family 4 Control Subnet: Separate AV network from the LAN 4 3-Series Control System 4 6 HDMI Inputs 4 4K Scalers on HDMI® Outputs 4 PoDM+ built-in for powering scaler RMCs with PoE+

Crestron set the industry standard with its all-in-one DigitalMedia™ Presentation Systems. Now, the next generation DMPS3 Series resets the standard. The new DMPS3-4K-300-C and DMPS3-4K-200-C feature 4K60 and full support for HDCP 2.2. Like all DMPS3 Series, the DMPS3-4K-300-C and DMPS3-4K-200-C feature a built-in 3-Series Control System® to deliver unmatched power and performance. Setup and touch screen control are simple using the web-based configuration tool, with no programming required.

Join us in Hall 2, Stand C24 to find out more: crestronISE.com

All brand names, product names, and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Certain trademarks, registered trademarks, and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Crestron disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Crestron is not responsible for errors in typography or photography. ©2017 Crestron EMEA

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42 EXHIBITOR LISTING

For the latest show news and updates follow #ISE2017

ISE 2017 exhibitors at a glance 8-E365

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Commercial Solutions Theatre

8-N350

8-F365 8-F362

8-H370

8-F355

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8-R370

8-N355 8-N354

8-K380

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8-E350

8-K340

8-H365

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8-H358 8-K330

8-H355

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IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGY ZONE

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8-N340

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Audio

Park Foyer

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8-N175 8-N180

DIGITAL SIGNAGE SUMMIT INFOPOINT

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ISE SHUTTLE BUS

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13-F80

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2-E72 2-A70

14-M236

12-C85 12-P70

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5-V90

1-N80

3-C82

2-C50

14-M224

12-P78

12-F100

5-V100

1-Q65

14-D116 14-C120 14-C122 14-C107

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

12-E90

12-C84

5-U102 5-U100

5-U94

5-R83

2-A55

ORGANISERS 13-N100 OFFICE AND REBOOKING

12-N100

12-C90

5-S100

5-S92 5-U92 5-U93

1-M100

14-M260

14-K154

10-Q118 10-Q116 10-R114

11-F104

5-R105

5-R90

1-M122

1-N75

14-H130

D-Meeting Rooms

11-D102

5-R100

5-R95

1-Q75

1-N95

1-E80

14-K164

14-B110

11-D111

11-D113

1-Q90

1-N90

1-F60

3-A75

14-M270

11-A102 11-B102

5-U110

5-U101

3-A50

2-A24

11-C110

5-V115

5-S110 5-S112

1-M123

3-C87

14-H140

14-A120

11-A104

11-B100

5-S114 5-S113

5-R112

1-Q92

1-N115

5-R92

14-K174

14-H150

11-G118

11-F111

5-R110

1-Q95

1-E68 14-D150

14-C155

10-S114

11-F115

Residential Solutions Theatre

5-U120

1-Q110

1-N117

14-H152

14-B150

14-B138 14-B140

14-B130 14-B132

DRONE ARENA

5-S120

5-R114 1-N122

1-M124

1-F70

14-M280 14-H170

14-D160 14-D165 14-D167 14-D169

14-B165 14-B155

14-B136

5-U132

5-V125

5-S118

1-Q115

1-M125

3-C98

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

14-D170 14-D175 14-D180 14-B180

7-Z160

5-V120

3-A76

1-E78

14-A140

5-U130

14-M288

14-H155

14-A160

5-S126

5-R116

1-E108

3-C100

3-A80

14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

14-A182

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7-X160

ISE 2017

5-R119 5-R117

1-E112

3-C105

3-C95

3-A110

7-X180

7-V165 7-W165

Audio Solutions Theatre

1-H125 1-H123

1-H120

3-A85

7-W170

7-V160

14-N340

14-K194

14-C200

10-K150

7-V174

7-T160

1-F120

14-A185

14-A180

7-V168

7-W172 7-W173

5-R125 1-N130

14-M298

14-M292

7-V172

6-N140

1-M128

1-N97

Europa Entrance G

7-Z180

7-V170

Discovery Zone

6-N148

1-F100

9-F155

9-F140

11-A110

6-M156 6-M154

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

7-X185

7-X182

1-Q100

3-A107

9-F160

9-E160

10-N146

Unified Communications

6-M160 6-M158

6-K156 6-K154

7-S160

7-W192 7-W190

7-V175

7-X190

6-N152

1-N110

Forum

sponsored by

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6-M164 6-M162

6-K160 6-K158

7-R165

7-V180

7-T191

1-H130

3-C125 1-E1161-E117

3-C111

OPENING RECEPTION, SMART BUILDING CONFERENCE AND KEYNOTE

9-D172

9-E175

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9-B171

9-B151 9-B150

11-A127

6-K164 6-K162

1-H127 3-C120

3-A109

9-E178 9-D175

9-B172 9-B170

Smart Building Solutions Theatre

11-A129

6-H132

6-M168 6-M166

7-W195

3-C128

3-A100

9-A164

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6-F150 6-F152

6-K168 6-K166

7-Q165

5-R128

14-M297 14-M295

9-A170

11-A140

3-A134

7-T193 7-T192

7-S190

7-Q170

7-Q160

7-P160

7-P150

1-E114

14-K195

9-A172

sponsored by

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6-M172 6-M170

1-N120 8-K170

8-E175

9-E220

9-A160

6-E150 6-E152 3-A127

3-A122

8-N182

8-K185

6-H152

6-K172 6-K170

7-P170

7-N176

7-N160

6-H148

8-R188

9-A174

9-A166

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7-M176

7-K175

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3-A138

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7-C171 7-C165

3-A121

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9-A186

9-A180

8-K205

8-R195

8-D188

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7-W200

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PRESS ROOM

sponsored by

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8-R205

8-E209 8-E208

7-C172

7-C169 7-C164

3-B140 8-K227

7-N190

7-S170 7-S176

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SHOWCASE

8-N235

8-N230 8-H222

8-D205

Smart Building

7-C170

Free WiFi Zone

8-H220 8-H215

8-F212

8-E210

7-Q180 7-P185

7-M190

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7-S186 7-S184 7-S178 7-S180 7-S172

8-R235

8-N240

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8-F220

8-E225

8-D215

7-W210

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7-T190 7-T194

7-Q195

7-D172

8-K232

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7-Z200 7-V200

7-V185

7-P190

7-C175

8-N248

8-F245

8-E240

7-X240

7-X220

7-W212 7-V210

7-T210

7-C173

Business Lounge

8-K240 8-H240

8-E245

8-D230

7-X230

7-V250

7-W227

7-T216

7-S122

7-V245

7-W220

7-T215 7-Q210

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8-F248 8-D245

7-V242

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7-D177 8-N266

8-K261 8-K264 8-N263

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7-W225

7-T220

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7-C174

8-F270

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7-P218

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8-K260

8-E260

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7-T225 7-T230

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7-F215 8-K288 8-K293 8-K290 8-K280 8-K282 8-K285

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designed by 3d-berlin

Companies listed in bold type are exhibiting at ISE for the first time this year 22MILES Wayfinding.................................................8-H220

Adder Technology.....................................................10-P122

ALSO................................................................................8-N318

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE ................................................1-Q92

Adeo Screen – Screen Research – Harman – Adeo

ALSO Nederland .........................................................8-N318

3d-berlin vr solutions GmbH ................................. 8-F312

Group..................................................................................1-N90

ALTAIR .............................................................................7-S165

3M Touch Systems UK Ltd ......................................8-H230

ADJ Supply Europe B.V.............................................7-P190

Altia Systems, Inc. .............................................. 13-E72

4EVAC...............................................................................7-C220

ADTECHNO Inc............................................................. 8-E319

Ambient-System Sp. z o. o ...................................... 7-E235

4th Creative Party ...............................................8-D310

Advantech Europe B.V...............................................8-K205

AMC Baltic ........................................................................2-A40

4TheWall.............................................................14-H200

Adwindow Screens.......................................................3-C82

Ampco Flashlight Sales...........................................7-K175

7thSense Design Ltd....................................................2-A70

AED group.........................................................................1-N50

Ampetronic ................................................................... 7-C170

AEX SYSTEM .....................................................14-M293

AMPHENOL-Tuchel Electronics GmbH ...............7-V205

AG Neovo........................................................................9-B172

Amphion Loudspeakers Ltd..................................7-W195

A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd ..................7-X160

AGATH SARL.................................................................5-S118

Amptec ............................................................................7-T235

Aavara Innovation Corp..........................................10-K121

AGC Glass Europe............................................... 1-E114

Analog Way ......................................................................3-C95

ABB / Busch-Jaeger.................................................. 9-E200

Aimline.............................................................................7-X213

ANEVIA............................................................................8-H365

ABLETECH CO., LTD....................................................12-N36

Airscreen Company...................................................12-P60

Angekis Technology...................................................13-D70

Absen GmbH ................................................................ 12-C45

AIRxTOUCH ..........................................................8-K235

Anoto .............................................................................14-K112

Absolute Acoustics .......................................................5-S85

AJA Video Systems......................................8-R188, 5-S85

Anthony Gallo Acoustics Ltd ............................6-K166

ABtUS Singapore Pte Ltd. .......................................... 5-V22

Akasa (Asia) Corp. ......................................................8-K275

Antiference Ltd ............................................................9-A164

ACCLAIM LIGHTING.................................................... 12-F40

ALC NetworX .................................................................7-V210

AOPEN Europe..........................................................10-N146

Acer......................................................................14-B105

Alcons Audio.................................................................6-H148

AOTO Electronics Co., Ltd......................................... 12-C64

Acoustic Energy ..........................................................5-R128

Alcorn McBride Inc.....................................................1-H125

Apantac.........................................................................10-S114

Acquire Digital ..................................................... 8-E278

ALFALITE ....................................................................... 8-R235

Apart Audio NV ............................................................1-H130

ACTIVE AUDIO ..............................................................3-A122

ALGAM...................................................................6-N140

APEX – Giva AVtech BVBA.......................................3-A107

Acurus and Aragon.....................................................5-V125

Allen & Heath Ltd........................................................7-K175

APGI .......................................................1-M128, 1-H130

ADA – Audio Design Associates...............................1-N75

Allocacoc.....................................................................14-M280

AptoVision......................................................................12-H55

Adam Hall Group ........................................................7-K200

Allsee Technologies ...........................................8-R205

APTUS Software ................................................. 8-E370

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50m

Changes to the RAI for ISE 2017 To address ISE’s continued year-onyear growth, the RAI Amsterdam is introducing an additional hall and pavilion, along with a new hall numbering system. The new hall, named Hall 9, is accessed via Halls 8, 10 and 11. The new pavilion will be built at the Congress Square, connecting with the Europa Foyer, Diamond Lounge and Auditorium. The combined area will now be known as Hall 14. Additionally, the Amtrium has been renamed as Hall 4, while the old Hall 4 has been combined into Hall 5. In summary, the changes are as follows: OLD Amtrium Hall 4 and 5 Hall 9 Hall 12 Europa Foyer/ Diamond Lounge

NEW Hall 4 Hall 5 Hall 11 Hall 13 Hall 14

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EXHIBITOR LISTING 43 Aquavision......................................................................5-V115

Azure .....................................................................13-D60

Arbor Media ................................................. 1-E108, 1-E112 Arbor Technology Corp. ....................................9-A172

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Central China Display Labs......................................8-K380

Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc....................................2-C42

Ceratec Audio Design GmbH .................................7-P188

Daktronics .....................................................................8-N263

Cerevo Inc. .............................................................13-F85

DAL......................................................................... 8-E314

ARCH................................................................................ 12-C90

B&K AV Ltd...............................................................5-V93

Certes Technologies SIA ........................................13-B108

Dalen TOP-TEC............................................................. 13-E80

Architettura Sonora ................................................... 3-C100

B&K Braun......................................................................8-F220

Chainzone Technology (Foshan) Co., Ltd. .......... 12-C63

Dali A/S..............................................................................5-R90

Archwave........................................................................7-V210

B&S MEDIA CO., LTD. ........................................13-B104

Charvet Digital Media................................................8-S200

Dan Dugan Sound Design .......................................7-P160

AREC Inc..............................................................13-E100

B-Tech International Ltd..............................................5-R60

CHAUVET Professional ............................................7-R235

DANACOID MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM................... 12-P63

Argosy ....................................................................12-F68

Baanto International Ltd..........................................8-H322

CHIAYO Electronics Co., Ltd.....................................3-A111

Data 4...................................................................14-B160

Arkadin an NTT Communications Company ..............

Bachmann GmbH & Co. KG........................................2-A42

Chief Mfg ...........................................................................2-C42

Data Display Group ..................................................10-P132

...............................................................................14-D250

Baldwin Boxall ................................................................3-C87

China Great Wall Computer Shenzhen Co., Ltd...............

Datapath LTD................................................................ 12-C84

Armagard ...................................................................... 8-E265

Bang & Olufsen a/s....................................................5-U110

..........................................................................................14-B136

Dataton ............................................................................12-E70

Artcoustic Loudspeakers ...........................................5-U94

Barco ..............................................................12-F100, 2-A42

Chipone Technology (Beijing) Co.,Ltd. ............8-N350

Datavideo Technologies Europe B.V.......................5-S56

Arthur Holm / Albiral Display Solutions............................

Barix AG..........................................................................8-N270

Christie............................................................... 1-M85, 1-H70

DATEQ...............................................................................7-V220

...........................................................................11-F135, 2-A42

BAROSNT CO.,LTD...............................................13-B68

Cineak.................................................................................5-S70

Deepsky..........................................................................8-K318

Artixium......................................................... 8-F180, 8-E200

Basalte ...............................................................................5-U65

Cisco...............................................................................11-C120

DekTec.............................................................................8-D300

ARTNOVION .....................................................................5-U72

Basys GmbH.................................................................8-H267

Citygrow .........................................................................9-A166

DELO Computer GmbH ............................................8-N230

ARX Systems .......................................................6-M152

Beabloo........................................................................... 8-E360

CityMeo ........................................................................... 12-E76

Delta Electronics EMEA...........................11-F111, 5-R55

ASCENDO Immersive Audio GmbH ....................5-R117

Beckhoff .........................................................................9-B185

Clear-Com .....................................................................7-K180

DELTACAST ...................................................................8-N326

Ashly Audio, Inc. .............................................................3-C87

Behringer.......................................................................7-H179

ClearOne ...........................................................................3-C98

DEMCO CSI ..................................................................10-R114

Ashton Bentley ............................................................................

Beijing JS Technology Co., Ltd ...............................1-Q110

clearvoice-systems GmbH......................................7-T215

Denon ...........................................................................10-N114

.............................14-M200, 14-N300, 14-N305, 14-P400

BenQ Europe B.V. ...........................................................5-U24

Cleerline Technology Group ....................................5-V100

Denon Professional ...................................................7-H180

ASL......................................................................... 7-E225

Best Vision Projection Screens........................6-M158

Clevertouch...................................................................13-B85

Dension...........................................................................8-H378

ASRock Incorporation............................................... 8-E285

Beta Three ..........................................................14-G200

CLF Lighting ......................................................... 7-E220

designflow........................................................................1-N75

Astouch Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd .......13-F70

beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG............................. 1-M122

Click Effects .................................................................. 12-C20

DEXON Systems Ltd.....................................................3-A85

ASUS.................................................................................8-F355

Biamp Systems ..............................................................3-A75

Clockaudio Limited ....................................................7-Q190

Digi-tel doo .........................................................14-C210

Asystems Corporation............................................14-K164

Black Box .....................................................................10-R118

Cloud Electronics Limited ........................................7-T170

DigiBird ........................................................................... 8-F315

ATEïS Europe BV .........................................................7-S122

Blackmagic Design .................................................... 3-C128

Coda Audio GmbH ......................................................7-N225

DiGiCo UK Limited ......................................................7-K175

Aten ....................................................................8-N210, 5-S85

Bleu Comm Azur EURL ...........9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

Colorlight........................................................................12-H31

digiLED............................................................................ 12-C58

AtlasIED/MTX Audio (MiTek Corporation) ............5-S66

blueBOX GmbH..........................................................10-K160

COLUM ELECTRONICS IND. CORP.........................7-S170

Digital Forecast Co., Ltd............................................ 8-E319

Atlona .................................................................................5-S92

BlueJeans Network ................................................ 11-D136

ComfortClick ...........................................................5-V74

Digital Projection Ltd. ...................................................1-F44

Atracsys..........................................................................8-H375

Bluesound ..........................................................14-D170

COMM Products Technologies.............................10-P111

dilli........................................................................14-C122

Attero Tech ....................................................................3-A122

Blustream......................................................................... 5-V35

COMM-TEC GmbH .........................................................2-A42

dimedis GmbH.............................................................8-N362

AUDAC – Hearing is Believing ...............................7-N190

BMB Fulmer B.V..............................................................1-N18

Communications Business Solutions ..............11-D102

Dimenco Displays BV ..........................................8-F245

Audinate ......................................................................... 7-E190

BNG ........................................................................8-K170

Community Professional Loudspeakers ......... 1-M128

DISPLAX Multitouch Technologies.......................8-K264

Audio Everywhere...................................................14-M244

Bolin Technology.................................................13-B80

CONCEPT International GmbH ..............................8-N266

DISPLAY MEDIA...........................................................8-H353

Audio-Technica Ltd......................................................3-A122

Bosch Security Systems B.V....................2-C50, 7-M176

Condeco Ltd........................................................14-H100

DisplayNote Technologies.....................................11-F130

AudioControl.................................................................1-N115

Bose Professional ...................................7-C172, 11-A135

Conen Mounts ............................................................11-D115

DisplayTen, Inc. ..........................................................11-A125

AudioPressBox .............................................................7-V175

Bosste Video & Film Equipment Co. Ltd. ..............2-A30

Connessioni ...................................................................7-V174

DIVUS GmbH ...............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

Audioquest .................................................................10-N114

Boston GmbH.............................................................14-B150

Contacta Systems Ltd................................................7-T216

DK VASCOM........................................................14-P424

Audipack ...........................................................................1-F40

Bowers & Wilkins......................................................10-K114

CONTEC Intelligent Housing................................... 9-F190

DNH Loudspeakers ................................................... 7-C225

Audix Microphones .......................................................3-C87

Boxxline BV................................................................... 7-M250

Control4 EMEA..........................................................10-N114

dnp denmark as...............................................1-E69, 2-A42

Aurora Multimedia ........................................................5-R54

Braehler ICS AG..........................................3-A138, 3-B140

CONTROLtronic GmbH ............9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

Domonetio .....................................................................9-A186

AUTONOMIC..................................................................5-R119

BrightSign........................................................8-K240, 2-A42

Cordial GmbH, Sound & Audio Equipment ........7-V185

Domotz + Fing..............................................................9-B171

AV Drop ........................................................................14-H130

BroadSign International, LLC.................................8-H317

CORE Brands...................................................................1-N53

Dong Guan RioTouch Technology Co., Ltd. ....13-B65

AV EMEA BV ................................5-R128, 5-R125, 5-S126

Brompton Technology Ltd....................................... 8-F210

Coretronic Corporation.............................................1-N130

DoorBird................................................................ 9-E225

AV Gear ..............................................................................5-S85

BTX ................................................................................14-H152

Cornered Audio ApS..................................................1-Q100

DPA Microphones ........................................................7-T235

AV INDUSTRY................................................................3-A134

BXB Electronics Co., Ltd. ..........................................3-A127

Cotina Co., Ltd..................................................................3-C87

Dragon Display (Shenzhen) Technology Co Ltd12-E36

Covid ................................................................................... 5-V68

DS Connekt...........................................................8-K282

Craneworks Oy Ltd .................................................... 8-E252

DSPECIALISTS GmbH...........................................2-A51

Creator Corporation...................................................7-P185

DSR Partner.................................................................. 8-E282

Crestron................................................ 2-C24, 2-E24, 2-E36

DT Screens .....................................................................5-V125

crowdbeamer ....................................................14-B165

Durante SpA ...............................................................10-K155

CSEED Entertainment.........................................7-T230

DVIGEAR, Inc....................................................................1-F70

Cuanbo............................................................................... 5-V52

DYNACORD................................................................... 7-M176

CUBE by Exponential Solutions .......................6-M166

DynaScan Technology Inc. ......................................12-K56

CUE, a.s. ......................................................................... 1-M123

Dynaudio............................................................... 3-C105

AV Magazine .................................................................6-N152 AV Stumpfl .............................................................1-H6, 1-G3 AV-LEADER CORPORATION................................... 7-M235 AVANZA Corporation ....................................................1-Q95 AVCIT Electronics...........................................................3-A80 Avenview ..............................................................9-B160 AVerMedia Technologies, Inc.................................. 8-F237 Avers Screens Sp. z.o.o. ..............................................2-A55 AVEX....................................................................................1-E56 AVI-SPL.........................................................................11-A115 AVID...................................................................................7-V215 Avitech International Corporation..................... 11-G118 AVNation..........................................................................7-V165 Avnet Embedded ........................................................8-N324 Avocent by Vertiv ................................................8-H318 Avocor ................................................................... 13-C68 Avolites Ltd....................................................................8-N337 Avonic ....................................................................6-M160 Axitour Communication Systems ...................6-K150

C C-Mark Audio ...............................................................7-Q212 Cabletime Ltd.............................................................10-P116 CadAltro ................................................................13-D71 Calibre UK Ltd ..............................................................12-N45 Cam Merkezi ......................................................14-A182 Cambridge Sound Management...........................7-P212 Canford Audio.......................................................7-F225 Canon Europe..................................................................1-F42 CASADIGI..........................................................................1-M18 Casio Europe GmbH .................................................. 1-F120 CAT – California Audio Technology .........................5-S70 Catchbox............................................................................5-R45 Caymon...........................................................................7-N190 CC Technic Taiwan Co., Ltd. ........................................1-E66 CEDIA...................................................................... 1-F7, 1-F21 CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre...................5-S120 CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre.......... 9-F155 celexon Germany GmbH Co. KG .............................. 5-V18

curveLED GmbH..................................................8-R202 Custom Home Europe .................................................1-N75 CYP UK LTD ......................................................................5-U60

E E-LIKE Technology Co.,Ltd................................ 12-P64 E-Max Precision Technology Co., Ltd ..................8-K332

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d&b audiotechnik GmbH...........................................7-C173

Earthquake Sound Corporation............................5-R112

D-Tools, Inc........................................................................1-N75

Earthworks ................................................................... 7-E228

D.A.S. Audio, S.A. .........................................................7-Q210

easescreen....................................................................8-N275

D3..................................................................................... 1-M100

EBH Radio Software...................................................7-V220

d3 Technologies ..........................................................8-H312

ECEN ELECTRONIC CO., LTD...................................3-A109

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ELAC Electroacustic GmbH ................................. 14-D165

Garvan Acoustic .......................................................... 1-Q115

ELAN Home Systems ..................................................1-N53

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5-S110 5-S112

Elation Professional B.V. .........................12-F40, 7-P190 5-U110

GC Trading (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd ...........................14-K195

Electro-Voice................................................................ 7-M176

Geemarc Telecom ......................................................7-S186

Electrosonic .....................................................................5-S57

Gefen ..................................................................................1-N53

5-U101 Element One Multimedia GmbH.........................11-F115

5-R105

5-S100

5-U102 5-U100

Elitegroup Computer Systems Co., Ltd..........8-N360

Giada................................................................................8-N266

Elsner Elektronik GmbH.........9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

Giant iTab ..............................................................8-D230

EM Acoustics ................................................................7-S178

Gimasi SA ......................................................................8-R370

EMKO Case 5-S85 a.s. ..................................................14-D175

Gioview Limited................................................... 6-E164

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EMT Controls ...............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

1-E80

5-R75 1-N75

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1-M94

1-Q70 1-Q72

1-H85 1-Q65

1-E68

5-R65

5-S80 5-U72 Enabledware.........................................................12-F65

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1-E56

Epiphan Video ........................................................... 13-D110

Glory Star Group Limited ........................................ 8-E295

5-S75

5-V72 Epson Europe B.V...........................................................1-H90

Glux Visual Effects Tech(Shenzhen) Co., Ltd....8-H350

Essential Install, CE Pro Europe & Commercial

GOAL SPORT software ...................................14-M290

Integrator5-S66 Europe .....................................................14-C100 5-V68

Goget AB ........................................................................8-K279

ETC ......................................................................... 7-S225 5-U60

Goo Systems/Screen Goo...............................14-B130 Grandstream Networks.........................................11-A128

EuroNetwork Ltd .......................................................7-W210

Grassfish Marketing Technologies GmbH.....14-M288

5-S60

Europoint........................................................................ 7-E230

5-U35

1-N53 5-R55

1-H60 5-R45 1-N50

5-V50 EVN electronic components GmbH..................10-N134 5-S57

5-R30

Exterity Ltd .................................................................... 12-F50

Guang Zhou Grandview Crystal Screen Co., Ltd........

eyefactive GmbH.........................................................8-H230

.................................................................................8-N182

eyevis GmbH ...................................................................2-A75 5-R50

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1-N20

5-R24

1-F21

5-R20 1-M16 1-M18

1-N18

Guangzhou DSPPA Audio Co., Ltd.........................7-T225

F & Js Int’l Development Co., Ltd......................13-F72

Guangzhou ITC Electronic Technology Limited ..............

FACE.................................................................7-V180, 7-V170

...........................................................................................7-W220

Famasete – Technology Group..............................8-K323

Guangzhou Shirui Electronics Co., Ltd .............10-N155

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2-E24

5-U24

Fasttel intercoms...........................................................1-Q72 5-V22

Guangzhou Video-Star Electronics Industrial Co., Ltd.

FBT Elettronica spa...................................7-E205, 7-D177

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Green-Go.........................................................................7-V240 GTEK GROUP LIMITED. .............................................8-N277

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Great Hon. Enterprise Co., Ltd. ..............................7-K235

Extenix Corporation .................................................14-B170 5-R40 5-R54

EZtek Europe..............................................................14-N330 5-V35

1-F6

GREAT Britain Pavilion..............................12-F58, 12-F70

GSD CO., LTD .................................................................8-D290

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1-H20

Gray..................................................................................... 5-V93

Expromo Europe........................................8-N235, 8-R232

5-V37

1-F40

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Euromet srl ...................................................................12-P78

5-V52 Evertz UK5-S56 .....................................................................10-R146 1-M80

GLP German Light Products GmbH.....................8-F362

Equipson5-S70 SA ................................................................ 7-M190

5-U65

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Global Caché Inc............................................9-D190, 2-A42

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Ensemble Designs, Inc .......................................... 11-G140

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1-Q60 1-Q63

Gerriets GmbH.............................................................12-P60

Elo Touch Solutions.................................................10-N148 5-U92 5-U93

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2-E72

General Touch Co., Ltd. ....................................13-B106

Gestton ................................................................14-K104

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Fusion Research ......................................................10-N114 Solutions

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Furman ..............................................................................1-N53

EIKI Industrial Co., Ltd. .................................................1-F60

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Haitian Electronic Technology Co., Ltd ................7-T192

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FlatFrog ..........................................................................13-B70

Hangzhou Gaoke Industry & Trade Co. Ltd.......5-U130

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Hangzhou ISmart Video Tech Co., LTD..............11-F136

Focus Touch by Smit Visual.................................14-M286

HangZhou Xianrui Digital Technology Co.,Ltd ....1-E78

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Fohhn Audio AG...........................................................7-H190

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14-M280

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1-M125

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5-R116

1-E112

3-C105

1-F100

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3-A109

14-K190

7-X180

7-V165 7-W165

Audio Solutions Theatre

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1-Q100

3-A85

7-W170

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1-H120

3-A110

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14-M297 14-M295

7-Z180

1-F120 3-A117

7-X185

7-X182

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

7-X190

6-N140

1-E114

14-K195

7-V180

7-T191

Discovery Zone

6-N148

1-M128

1-H127 3-C120

3-A115

3-A107

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

3-C128

3-A121

3-A111

7-W195

6-N152

5-R128

3-A122

7-V185

Wielingenstraat

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7-C171 7-C165

3-B140

3-A127

7-T193 7-T192

7-S190

7-Q185

7-P180

7

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7-V205

7-T190 7-T194

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7-P185

7-M190

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7-T210

7-P200 7-E190

7-X213

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7-M215 7-M210

7-M200

7-T216

7-P218

7-M219 7-M217 7-M216

7-F215

14-N307

14-K110

14-P416

1-Q35

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14-P400

2-A25

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14-K80

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5-U24

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Hidden Talents Limited ............................................ 6-E150

Huizhou DESAY Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd.8-N240

iEAST .....................................................................6-K156

Infinitus........................................................................... 8-F270

HiddenWires....................................................................1-Q35

Humantechnik GmbH...............................................7-P222

IEI Integration Corp.....................................................9-D170

InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre ......8-D360

HIGHLANDS TECHNOLOGIES SOLUTIONS ......8-H270

Hunan YESTECH optoelectronic Co., Ltd. ..........8-H184

Iemke Roos Audio B.V. ..............................................3-A122

InfoComm International....................12-N100, 13-N100

Highlite International................................................. 7-F221

Hypex Electronics BV ................................................7-A220

IFTER .............................................................................14-C200

InfoComm Unified Communications

HiMedia Technology Limited ..........................14-H155

HYUNDAI IT Co. Ltd...................................................11-D138

Ihiji.................................................................................... 6-M170

Solutions Theatre .....................................................11-A140

IHSE GmbH .................................................................10-P148

InFocus Corporation .....................................................2-A52

iiyama International.................................................10-P149

INGRAM MICRO..........................................................10-K150

Hitachi Europe Ltd...................................................... 1-F100 HK Audio.........................................................................7-Q195

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14-M200

14-K100

HKS Systemtechnik GmbH ....................................8-N318

i3-Technologies | interactive integrated inspiring .........

ILS – Intelligent Lectern Systems bv ............... 13-D108

INNES ..............................................................................8-H238

Hoellstern Audio Amplifiers ..................................1-N117

..........................................................................................10-S125

Iltis & Wiesel .........................................................6-F164

Innuos............................................................................. 7-M219

Holzmedia ..........................................................14-N311

IAdea Corporation.......................................................8-K320

Imagination AV ....................................................7-D165

INOTOUCH TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD .......................8-H358 designed by 3d-berlin

Home Cinema Modules / Beamax Screens ....5-R117

IBASE Technology Inc................................................8-K260

iMAGsystems..........................................................3-A50

Inspired Audio .....................................................6-K160

HQ-Power.......................................................................7-V172

ic audio GmbH..............................................................7-Q211

IMECON ENGINEERING .............................................8-E225

Installation.....................................................................7-Q160

HTE – Home Theatre Environment .....................5-U120

ICAN ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD........7-T160

Improve .........................................................8-E365, 8-D350

Institute of Sound and Communications

Huasun Technology Co., LTD ..................................8-N320

iConnect ................................................................ 7-P150

In akustik GmbH Co& KG ............................................5-R95

Engineers Ltd...............................................................7-P232

Huawei Technologies Nederland B.V................11-C110

Icron Technologies Corporation ......................6-M164

InAVate ...............................................................................1-Q35

Intel Corp. ...........................................................11-B140

Huddle Room Technology...............................14-B155

IDK Corporation .........................................................10-R120

INDOTA-Smart Education...................................13-F80

Intel FPGA..........................................................14-M254

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7-K190

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7-D170

7-H179

7-C171 7-C165

7-D165

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3-B140

3-A138

6-E160 6-E162 6-E164 6-F162 6-F164 Intevi Ltd. ..............................................................8-K290

Intopix........................................................................... 10-Q118 6-E150 6-E152

3-A127

3-A136

3-A122

6-H152

6-K172 6-K170

6-M172 6-M170

6-K168 6-K166

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6-M164 6-M162

7-P170

7-N176

7-N160

7-H160

7-Q160

7-P160

7-P150

Kindermann GmbH.......................................................5-R50 6-M160 6-K160 6-K154

6-M154

7-V185

7-W195

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

7-X190

7-R165

7-S160

7-V180

7-X185 7-Z180

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

Kindwin Opto Electronic 6-M156 Co., Ltd...........................12-N57 6-K156

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7-X182 7-V170

7-V172

7-W172 7-W173

7-V168

7-V174

7-W170

7-T160 7-V160

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6-H148

6-M158

7-Q165

7-X210

7-W200

7-V205

7-T191

7-S170 7-S176

7-Q170

KF SRL...................................................................8-H233 6-N148 6-K158

7-W210

LG Electronics Deutschland GmbH........................2-A42 Discovery Lifedomus...................................................................... 9-E195 Zone Lighthouse Technologies Limited ........................8-N361

7-Z160

ISE 2017 MEDER CommTech GmbH..................................... 7-W192 Audio

Solutions Media Facade ............................................................... 8-D265 Theatre

Media Vision...................................................................3-C123

6-M152 6-K152 KIRRON light components GmbH & Co KG.......8-R310 6-N140 6-M150 6-K150

Lightking .......................................12-K36,12-N40, 12-E30

MEDIALON ........................................................................2-A42 MediaSprint Joachim Gulba GmbH & Co.KG ...8-N318

6-H132

InventDesign...............................................................10-S123

Klark Teknik ..................................................................7-H179

Lightware Visual Engineering ................................3-C125

Invixium, Inc ...............................................................10-N114

Kling & Freitag GmbH ...............................................7-D172

LILIN.............................................................9-B151, 10-N114

MEDIUM GmbH............................................................8-N318

iRidium mobile............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

KLOTZ AIS GmbH........................................................7-R165

LINDY 5-R125 .................................................................8-H310, 5-S85

Merging Technologies SA........................................ 7-C169 Residential

3-A134

3-C128

IRTOUCH......................................................................... 13-C75 3-C120 3-C125 1-E1161-E117

1-M128

1-H127

1-N130

KNX ..................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 1-H130

5-R128

5-S126

5-U130

5-U132

5-R119

Solutions

5-V125 Linea Research....................................................6-K172

Theatre Meridian Audio .................................................... 7-Q214

5-R117

5-S118

5-S120

5-U120

3-A115

ISE Audio Solutions Theatre....................................7-Z160

Link Srl............................................................................7-S225 5-V120

Mersive................................................................14-C134

3-A111

ise GmbH ......................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 1-E112

5-R116 5-S114 5-S113 KONO Support Technology Ltd ........................ 1-E1161-Q115 Linko Electric Co.,Ltd .................................................8-D330

METEL s.r.o.........................................................14-C200

IsoTek SMART Power (APS GmbH) ..............14-N307

1-N120 1-N122 1-Q110 KOTRA .................................................................14-C112

1-F120

1-E114

3-A117

3-A119

3-C105

3-C111

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5-R110

1-F100

3-A110

3-C95

3-C98

Jaunty-Fabricator Ent. Ind. Co. Ltd.................. 6-E160

3-A85

Jiangsu Baihong Audio Video Technology Co., Ltd ........

3-A76

3-C87

3-A80

3-A50 3-A75

Meyer Sound ..................................................................1-M94 miclift.com............................................................7-H230

KUBE by Thomas & Darben, Inc.......................6-K170

5-U101 Lode Audio Ltd .......................................................2-E64

Microtech Gefell GmbH ............................................7-K175

Kunshan Hongjie Electronics Co.,Ltd..................8-H180

Logitech....................................................................... 11-D111 5-V100

Midas ...............................................................................7-H179

5-U94 Loxit Ltd....................................................................... 11-G132 5-R95

Middle Atlantic Products................................1-M2, 2-A42

Lumens Digital Optics 2-A42 5-V93 5-R92 5-R90 5-S92 Inc......................... 1-H127,

Midwich ..........................................................................5-R100

LUMI LEGEND CORPORATION....................1-E68, 1-E72 5-V90

Mildex Optical Inc........................................................8-H367

LUMITRIX .............................................................. 8-E318

Mimo Monitors.....................................................8-R365

Lutron 1-M125 5-R83 EA Ltd............................................................... 5-S85

Minrray Industry Co., Ltd........................................11-A130

1-Q90

1-M123

kvm-tec electronic GmbH .....................................14-A185 1-N97

1-N80 Lake..................................................................................7-H179

..........................................................................................14-K110

1-M100 Lancom Systems........................................................8-N318

Jinwei Wire & Cable Co.............................................7-S222 1-F44

LANG AG............................................................................1-H60

JOAN.............................................................................14-M297 2-E70 1-E69 1-E72

Larnitech GmbH..........................................................9-B162 1-N75

LAWO................................................................................7-V210 1-M94 1-Q70 1-Q72 LDA Audio Tech........................................................... 7-M215 1-Q65

1-H85

Le Mark Group.....................................................6-K154

Jung, Albrecht GmbH & Co.KG .............................. 9-E160

LEAF TECH. PVT. LTD ......................................... 6-E162 1-P58

1-F41

1-E62

Just Add Power...........................................................5-S112 2-E52 JVC .........................................................................12-H59 1-E56

2-A51

1-H90

1-E68 Joyway Technology Co., Ltd....................................8-K326 2-E64 1-E66

1-M85

Lectrosonics .................................................................7-P200

1-H70

1-Q60 1-Q63 LEDBlade .....................................................................14-K190

Ledcon Systems GmbH ........................................... 8-E330 2-A48 2-A45

2-E40

K

1-F42

K-array ........................................................................... 7-W200 2-C42 2-A40

Kamaleonte SL ....................................................8-K280 2-A42

2-A30

24

2-A36

16

2-A25 2-A24

1-M80 1-N53 Ledconstruct........................................................8-R304

LEDECA...........................................................................8-N275

1-H60

LedGo BV........................................................................8-K185 1-N50

KanexPro......................................................................14-K142

Ledman Optoelectronic Co., Ltd............................8-K209

KARAK Electronics Co., Ltd2-E36 .............................. 7-C235 1-F40

LEDTECHNOLOGY sp. z o.o. ..............................8-H380

KAUBER..........................................................................6-H132

Legamaster International BV ..............................10-R130 1-M27

Keewin Display CO.,LTD............................................8-H360

Legrand ...............................................................1-M2, 1-M80

KEF / GP Acoustics GmbH......................................7-D170

Leon Speakers, Inc........................................................1-P58

Kensence (Shenzhen) Technology Development

LevelOne / Digital Data Communications GmbH ..........

Co., Ltd.............................................................................13-D83 2-C24 2-E24

............................................................................................8-K276

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Keonn ..............................................................................8-R200 1-F21 1-F20 8-E317 Kerchan Technology Group Limited ...............

1-Q35

1-M20

1-N20

Leviton Security & Automation .............................9-D172 1-N18 1-M16 1-M18 LEX SYSTEM .................................................................8-R309

1-H20

Kern & Stelly Medientechnik GmbH.................... 5-R100

Leyard and Planar, a Leyard company ..............12-H85

KEVIC, Inc ............................................................14-N340

LG Electronics ..............................................................12-K70

2017

5-R100

5-R105

5-S100

5-U102 5-U100

5-U92 5-U93

3-C82 Jiangyin City Shengshang Video Equipment Co., Ltd...

2-C50

2-A53

1-N95

Lab.gruppen .................................................................7-H179

JoeCo Ltd ....................................................................... 7-C171

2-A55

1-N90 1-M122

Jiangsu TSD Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.. 8-F248

1-E78

2-A52

L

1-Q75

L-Acoustics.....................................................................7-X220

JM Supplies .................................................................. 13-C70 2-E72 2-A75

1-Q92

1-N115

......................................................................................... 11-G119 1-F60

1-E80

5-V74

5-R80

Luxon...............................................................................12-N35

Miravue .................................................................6-M162

LUXUL .............................................................................5-S126

Mitsubishi Electric Europe ............2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36

5-R78

5-S80

5-U72

Lynx Pro Audio..............................................................7-X190 5-S75 5-R75

5-V72

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5-V68

5-S66

5-R65

5-U60

5-V60 M2L Co., Ltd..........................................................8-D293 5-S64

MMT | HYPEBOX..........................................................8-K270

5

mobil Werke AG...........................................................13-A70

MACROBLOCK, INC..................................................... 8-F311

Mode Lighting ..............................................................5-S110

Magic Schaufenster................................................... 8-E290 5-R60 5-S60

Mode-AL Limited ........................................................ 12-F75

5-V57

Maior...................................................................14-M298

MODULO PI .........................................................14-K130

5-V52

MONACOR INTERNATIONAL ...................................7-V220

5-V50

Monitor Audio Ltd. .........................................................5-R75

5-S56 Maler Digital Signage Operations Ltd ............8-N300 5-U35 5-S57 5-R55 Manger Audio..................................................................1-Q70

Mansion Industry 5-R54 Co., Ltd ........................................7-H235 5-R45 5-R40

Monitors AnyWhere...................................................8-R362

Marata Vision ..........................................................5-R80 5-V37

MOOVIA..............................................................................5-R40

Marconi technologies sa..........................................12-D93

Morel.................................................................................7-T191

5-R30

5-R50

marketing-displays GmbH & Co. KG...................8-N365 5-V35

MSC Technologies ......................................................8-N324

Marshall Electronics, Inc........................................11-G120

Multi-Caisses Inc.........................................................3-A121

Martin Audio ................................................7-K175, 7-K180

Multibrackets Europe AB............................................5-R65

Marvel Technology (China) Co., Ltd......................8-R375

MultiCAM Systems...................................................13-E105

5-V34

5-R24 5-U24 ...................... 12-E38 Matrox Electronic Systems GmbH 5-V22

Maytel Co., Ltd..............................................................7-S231 5-R20

5-U20

5-V18

MultiTaction.................................................................11-F137 Murideo........................................................................14-M246

MC Solution ..........................................................8-D186

Murraypro...................................................................... 12-F60

Mdina Media.........................................................8-H315

Music ...............................................................................7-H179

MDT Medientechnik GmbH.....................................8-N230

Music & Lights Srl ...................................................... 7-D179

Mean Well ............................................................. 9-E190

MuxLab ..............................................................................1-N95

1-M2

1-N4

Residential Mix-iT.....................................................................6-K164 Solutions

5-S70

1-F7

1-F2

Metra Home Theater Group ...................................5-S114

Lite Puter........................................................................ 9-E170

JD-MEDIA Co., Ltd........................................................7-X210 1-F70

3-A100

5-V115

5-S110 5-S112

5-R112

1-M124 Krika................................................................................ 1-M124 1-Q95 1-N117 1-N110

James Loudspeaker LLC ........................................7-P210

5-R114

Linkx Electronics Co., Ltd.........................................7-P230

5-U110 Kramer Electronics Ltd. ..............................................1-F201-Q100 Listen Technologies ................................................... 7-C170 1-H120

3-A109

2-A70

1-M125

1-E108

3-C100

ITEC .........................................................................7-T158

3-A107

Konka E-display Co., Ltd .........................8-N198, 8-E175

1-H125 1-H123

Wielingenstraat

3-A121

6-F150 6-F152

7-M176

7-K175

7-T193 7-T192

7-S190

7-Q185

7-P180

7-C173

7-C170

7-X213

7-V215

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7-P185

7-M190

7-H180

7-X220

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7-T210

7-Q195

7-X240

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7-Q210

7-X230

7-V250

7-W220

7-V220

7-T216

7-P210

7-V245

7-W225

7-T220

7-T215

7-D179 7-C174

7-V242

7-W227

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7-V240

7-T230

7-S225

7-Q213

7-Q212

7-P212

7-M215 7-M210

7-M200

7-V230

7-T225

7-P218

7-M217 7-M216

7-H190

7-T235

7-Q215 7-Q214

7-N222

7-M219

7-F210

7-S231 7-R235

7-P222

7-N224

7-F218

7-F215

7-C205

7-P232 7-P235

7-N225

7-F219

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8-H378

8-K392

8-K390

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8-N361

8-N360

Pan Acoustics GmbH................................................7-P220

8-N365

8-N361

8-N360

8-N362

8-K354

8-D360

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8-F362

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8-H367

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8-H360

8-N354

8-E350

8-F355 8-E332

8-H360

8-K340

8-H365

8-E332

Parasound Products inc..........................................5-R128

8-F325 8-H355

8-K330

8-H350 8-K330

8-R360

8-N340

8-K341 8-H358

8-H358

8-E330

8-D3308-F325

8-D330

8-H350

8-N338

8-R355

8-K325

8-N332

8-N338

8-N332

8-K325

8-H353

8-K323

8-E320

8-D320

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8-F320

8-E319 8-E318 8-E317 8-E316 8-E3158-D300 8-E314 8-E312

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8-E310

8-H318

8-E319 8-E318 8-E317 8-F318 8-E316 8-E315 8-E314 8-E312

8-D310

8-D290

8-E260 8-E255

8-D266

8-E251

8-D265

8-F275 8-H275

8-D230

Digital Digital Signage Signage

8-E240

8-F250

8-F237 8-H230 8-F235

8-E210

8-D205

8-E208

8-D186

Prase Engineering SpA ...........................................1-H123

8-R205

8-N210

PresTop Products.......................................................8-K261 8-R202

8-N210

8-K210

8-R200

8-K209

8-K205

8-N195

8-N198

8-K209

8-K205

Park Park Entrance Entrance F F

Prismaflex International .........................................8-D215

8-R200

8-N195 8-R195

8-N198

Pro Audio Technology GmbH ................................1-N117 Pro Control.......................................................................1-P58 PROCAB. ........................................................................7-N190

8-K185

8-H182

8-F180

8-E180

8-K170

8-E175

8-D185

Procella Audio ................................................................5-U72

8-R188

8-H180

ProDVX Europe BV.....................................................8-R307

8-N182

8-K185

8-K175 8-M180

PROEL SpA ....................................................................7-C205

8-N175 8-N180

8-K170

8-E175

8-R188

8-N182

8-H180

8-K175 8-M180

8-N175 8-N180

Niles Audio .......................................................................1-N53 DIGITAL

One Systems, Inc ........................................................7-Q180

DIGITAL SIGNAGE NINGBO TOPSOUND AUDIO CO.,LTD .............14-K194 – PureLink GmbH / HDAnywhere ............5-R83 RECEPTION, OneAV OPENING OPENING

SIGNAGESMART BUILDING RECEPTION, INFOPOINTSUMMIT KEYNOTE ONELAN Limited AND...........................................8-F275, 2-A42 Nodeark AB ..........................................................8-H268 CONFERENCE KEYNOTE INFOPOINT SUMMIT Niveo Professional ......................................................5-V100 Oneking Tech Co.,Ltd........................................14-K193 CONFERENCE AND SMART BUILDING

9-E220 9-F195

9-E200

9-D195

9-D200 9-E190 9-D185 9-E195

9-E225

9-E200

9-F190

Auditorium/ Auditorium/ RAI Theater

PROFACTOR S.A..........................................................7-S220

9-F195

RAI Theater

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9-F160

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9-E170

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10-N155

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10-N146

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10-N148

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9-A166

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12-N35

........................................................................... 8-F325, 8-E208 Shenzhen LED-Hero Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.... ............................................................................................ 8-E175

R Rako Controls..................................................................5-R78 RAM Audio......................................................................7-T220 RapidSignage Inc........................................................8-K293 RASIKE Seating ..............................................................5-U94 rAVe Europe ...............................................................14-M291 RCF S.P.A........................................................................ 7-F210 RDL Europe B.V......................................... 7-M210, 7-M217 Realtime Department ................................ 1-H60, 8-K325 Redx Audio .........................................................14-C103 Reflex Mirror TV ..........................................................9-A180 Regout Balance Systems B.V................13-A60, 13-A70 Renkus-Heinz, Inc........................................................7-X185 ReQuest Audio Switzerland AG................................1-Q70 Retop LED Display Co., Ltd.......................................12-C40 Revolabs...................................................................... 11-D113

RGB Spectrum................................................................3-A76

Salamander Designs Ltd............................................1-Q63

RGBlink ........................................12-N35, 12-N36, 12-N37

Samcen Industrial Co., Ltd.....................................7-W225

Riedel Communications...........................................6-H152

SAMILCDS...................................................................... 8-E268

RJS Electronics Limited........................................... 12-F55

Samsung Electronics.................................................4-S100

RME / Audio AG ........................................................... 7-F220

SANEL ..........................................................................14-M218

RND PLUS Co., Ltd ............................................14-C118

Sat & Sound ................................................................10-S127

ROBE.................................................................................7-X180

SAUBAG.......................................................................... 8-E252

Robolift â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Vision24 GmbH .......................................3-A115

Savant Europe ............................................5-R114, 5-R116

Rocketsign....................................................12-N65, 12-P61

Scala ................................................................................8-K227

ROE Visual Co.,Ltd .....................................12-F45, 12-H40

Schnick-Schnack-Systems GmbH ......................8-N180

Roland .............................................................................7-P180

Screen Excellence Ltd ...................................................1-N4

RSF Europe ...................................................................... 5-V34

Screen Innovations .......................................................1-N75

RTI........................................................................................1-P58

SCREEN-LED................................................................8-H265

RTS Intercom Systems ...............................................2-C50

ScreenLine .......................................................................1-H85

Russound...................................................................... 1-M124

SDVoE Alliance ............................................................12-H55

RUTENBECK ..................................................................9-E160

SEADA Technology Ltd..............................................8-K288

Rythmes & Sons .........................................................7-H195

SECARTYS ........................................................................7-X23

Revolution Acoustics................................................7-W212 Revox GmbH.................................................................7-N176

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Seetronic Ningbo Co., Ltd ........................................8-K300 SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED

Rextron International Inc. .....................................10-N134

S. Siedle & Soehne Telefon- und Telegrafenwerke

........................................................................... 7-C174, 7-C175

RGB Communications.................................................BK032

OHG ..................................................................................9-D175

Seloy Live ..........................................................14-M270

Shenzhen Lenkeng Technology Co., Ltd............ 8-F250 Shenzhen Liantronics Co., Ltd. ..............................12-H36 Shenzhen Lightlink Display Technology Co., Ltd............ ...........................................................................12-K40, 12-N50 Shenzhen Magnimage Technology Co., Ltd ..................... ...........................................................................8-E209, 12-N50 Shenzhen Mary Photoelectricity Co., Ltd .......... 12-C51 Shenzhen Newstar Optoelectronics Co.,Ltd.... 8-F208 SHENZHEN NEXNOVO TECHNOLOGY CO,LTD 12-K65 Shenzhen Q-Color Technology 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...1-N5 Shenzhen Solecolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd .8-K330 Shenzhen Speedleader Technology Co., Ltd ...8-N355 Shenzhen Talk Display Technology Co., Ltd. ....12-P65 Shenzhen Teeho Optoelectronic Co., Ltd .......12-N35 Shenzhen TimeLink Technology Co., Ltd.........13-C102

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1414-M218

14-N307

14-M200

14-N305

14-K104

Co., Ltd...................................................................13-D80

11-A102

14-N322

14-K110

Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology

11-A104

14-M254 14-M246

14-D116 14-C120 14-C122 14-C107

11-G118

11-F111

14-N330

14-M288

............................................................................................ 8-E208

10-N142

11-A140

14-N340 14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

14-A185

Audio Demo Rooms

11-D156

14-M292 14-K194

14-H200

Shenzhen Coleder Opto-electronic Co., Ltd .....8-F325,

10-P148 11-B150

14-M297 14-M295

Shenzhen CLT Led Technology Co., Ltd.............. 12-E36

10-N155

10-N146

Unified Communications Solutions Theatre

14-G200

14-D250

14-M298

14-K195

Shenzhen Chip Optech Co., Ltd ..............................8-K210

10-K150

sponsored by

Unified Communications

Shanghai Sansi Technology Co.Ltd. ....................8-N340

9-E178

9-A170

11

Shanghai Pallas Electric Co., Ltd........................10-K138

9-A174 9-A172

sponsored by

SERI STYLU................................................................14-N325

8-N182

8-K185

8-E175

9-E220

9-A180

8-K205

8-R195

8-D188

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8-R205

8-F210

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8-K240

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8-H235

8-F237 8-F235

8-H238

8-K235

8-R235

8-N240

8-K230

8-N232

8-H230

8-N230

8-H233

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SHOWCASE

8-N235 8-R232

3-B140

8-H220 8-F220

8-E225

8-H215

8-H222

8-N225

8-K227

8-N228

8-F212

8-D215

3

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8-F210

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8-R202

8-D205 8-F208

8-E210

8-H195

Park Entrance Sun Rise Exact Industrial Co., LtdF................... 8-E276 8-N210

8-K210

8-R200

8-E209 8-E208

8-E200

8-K209 8-K205 Shenzhen Uniview Led Co., Ltd............12-E36, 12-F38,

9

8-D188

8-H184

8-N195

8-H182 8-H180 SHENZHEN VTEAM CO.,LTD 8-F180 ...................................8-R320 8-E180 8-K185

SUVIRA ..................................................................6-M168 8-N182

Shenzhen WeDo Century Industrial Co., Ltd.6-M154

Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing Co., Ltd...

SHENZHEN WQSLED PHOTOELECTRIC CO., LTD...........

............................................................................................8-H370

............................................................................................12-D91 DIGITAL

SVI.................................................................................... 7-M240

SUMMIT 9-D200 9-E225 9-E200 Shure Europe GmbH .................................................3-A110 9-D185

SMART BUILDING Swissway ...........................................................14-D169 CONFERENCE AND KEYNOTE

8-K170

3-A136

3-A

3-A121

8-R195

Sunfire ...............................................................................1-N53

8-E175

3-A127

8-N198

.........................................................................................10-N140 8-D186

8-D185

3-A138

3-A122 3-A115

8-R188

8-K175 8-M180

3-A111

Auditorium/ RAI Theater

8-N175 8-N180

3-A117

3-A119

3-A109

OPENING

9-E220 Co., Ltd..................................8-F320 SIGNAGE SWEDX ABRECEPTION, Shenzhen YIPLED ........................................................................2-A42 9-D195

9-A186

9-A180

9-D182

9-D190

9-E190

9-E195

9-F190

............................................................................................8-H222

9-A172

Symetrix, Inc.................................................................3-A122

9-E170 9-F170 SIEC – Systems Integration Experience Community ...

Synthax GmbH..............................................................7-T193

9-E175

9-D170

9-B171

.............................................................................................7-V174

9-A164

9-B160

9-F160 Sightcorp9-E160 ........................................................................8-K175

9-B151 9-B150

9-F150

10

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9-F155

SiliconCore Technology ..........................................10-K110

Silora R&D ........................................................................5-S85 10-K155 10-N151 t-WIN 10-K153 10-K160 10-N155...................................................................... 8-E255 9-F140 SIM2 MULTIMEDIA.....................................10-K114, D-401 10-K150 Tabletpro...............................................................6-K158

11-D156

10-P148

Smart-e (UK) Ltd......................................................10-N129

10-S127

10-K138

11-D150

11-C140

11-F137

10-K136

11-G140

SmartMetals Mounting Solutions B.V.10-K135 ..............11-F115 11-D138

Taiwan Carol Electronics .........................................7-Q215 10-N140 10-P136

10-N136

Tannoy Ltd. ....................................................................7-H179

11-F135

11-F136 Smartsign......................................................................8-N232 10-K125

11-D136

10-N129

10-R130

SMS / Evoko.....................................................................2-A42

10-R120

Solid State Logic .........................................................7-S176 11-G119

10-K114

SolidDrive .........................................................................3-C87 11-D115 11-F115

11-C120

10-S120

10-P111

12-C90

12-F100

SOVICO Professional ................................................7-W165

12-C80

12-E76 12-F75 Soyo Technology Development Co., Ltd.............7-N224 12-F74

Space Screen .............................................................14-K150 12-F68

SpeakerCraft ...................................................................1-N53 12-F73 12-F70 12-E70

12-F62

12-F65 12-F67

12-K70 Specktron ....................................................................13-E110 12-F60 12-F55 12-F58

SpinetiX...........................................................................8-H275

12-C63 12-C64

12-E58

12-F50

12-F52

12-K65

12-H85

spo-comm GmbH.......................................................8-N335

12-C60

Squadrat GmbH ..........................................................8-D185 12-C58 12-C50

12-C51

12-H59

12-C36

12-C20

12-E28

14-C118 14-B110

14-C116

14-B105

14-C110

2-A45 14-M242

2-A40

14-H100

2-A42

14-K130 2-A30

14-M227 14-N322 14-N325

14-P430 14-P424

2-A36

14-N311 14-M218

14-N307 14-P416

14-K104 14-K100

14-M200

14-N305

14-P400

2-A25 2-A24

D-Meeting Rooms

Technic Electronic Conseil ....................................14-P416 Technolution B.V. .........................................................8-D205 12-P70

Holland Entrance C Telelogos ........................................................................ 8-F318

13-A85

TECO ................................................................................9-A170 Teledyne LeCroy (quantumdata) .........10-Q116, 5-S85 12-P65 12-P64

13-B110 13-B108 13-B106 13-B104 13-B102 13-B100

13-C104

13-C110

13-B90 13-B80

13-C80

13-B85

13-C75

13-C102 13-C100

13-D110 13-D108 13-D102

14-K80

14-N300

13-D100

13-E110 13-E108 13-E105 13-E100

13-F85

13-D80 13-D83

13-F80

13-E80

13-A75

13-F75

13-E75 13-C70

13-A70

13-F90

13-D85

13-B70

13-D72

13-C68

13-E72

13-D70 13-D71

13-F73

13-E70

Teleste Corporation.......................................................1-Q65

13-F72 13-A60

Televic Conference .....................................................3-A136 12-P63

13-B65

13-B68

13-C60

13-C65

13-D60

13

Eu Ent

13-E65 13-F70

Temas Technology............................................13-C100 12-N65

12

12-P61 Tempest Lighting, Inc ................................................... 5-V37

Tendzone Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd ......... 7-M220

Education Technology

Texas Instruments .....................................................1-N130 12-N44

Toucan Systems ................................................14-H170

The12-N37 Trade Company B.V. distributor of SunBriteTV ......

Transtech LED Co., Ltd.............................................. 8-E180

12-N40 ............................................................................................8-H314

Triad Speakers Inc......................................................1-N122

12-P60

12-N50

12-N36

Theatrixx Technologies ...................................14-H120

Stealth Acoustics and AudioControl ..1-N115, 5-R110

Trinnov Audio ..................................................................5-U72

Theben AG .....................................................................9-D185

Steinigke Showtechnic GmbH............................... 7-F215

Tripleplay Services Ltd............................................. 12-F73

Thinklogical.................................................................10-R110

Steinway Lyngdorf...................................................10-P115

TRIUMPH BOARD a.s.................................................13-A85

Thinknx ..........................................................9-F170, 9-D182

Stewart Audio ..............................................................3-A122

TruAudio......................................................................10-N114

Tianjin JOSEN Technology Co., Ltd.................. 12-C60

Stewart Filmscreen......................................................1-F41

TrueConf.......................................................................11-A102

TMB ..................................................................................7-N222

STiNO GmbH ................................................................8-N266

Trueform Digital...................................................8-F365

TOA Electronics Europe GmbH .............................7-S190

StormAudio...................................................................1-N122

TSL Products................................................................ 12-F52

TomWare........................................................................ 8-F368

Stream TV Networks...............................................14-C155

TSL Systems.........................................................12-F67

Tonar international b.v. and Allitone b.v.b.a......... 5-V72

Streamit BV................................................................... 8-F212

TTL Network GmbH................................................... 7-C164

tonwelt GmbH............................................................. 8-M180

StreamPlay Oy Ltd ........................................................5-S85

Turbosound...................................................................7-H179

TORUS POWER............................................................5-R125

StreamUnlimited Eng. GmbH................................7-P235

Turnright Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd........... 9-E175

Toshiba Business Display Solutions ......................5-R30

Structured Cable Products, Inc. – SCP ...............1-N110

Tutondo by ATEC Srl .................................................. 7-C165

Total Technologies, Ltd. ............................................7-S172

tvONE....................................................................5-S60, 2-A42

12-N35

2-A48

14-M244

14-K110

Totem of Design ..........................................................8-K354

12-H31

2-A51

14-M246

14-K112

TOTEM Acoustic ........................................................10-P124

12-F33

2-A53 14-M254

14-M224

Tesla12-N45 .................................................................................9-B170

12-E30

14-K150

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

......................................................................14-A100, 14-A120

Starleaf .....................................................11-C140, 11-D150 12-F34 12-E36 12-H36 12-K36

14-K154

14-H120

14-M230

Teracue GmbH ................................................................2-A42

12-F36 Stardraw.com Ltd.....................................................14-K100

14-H130

14-K142

Stampede Presentation Products, Inc ............................... 12-K40

2-A52 2-A55

14-D116 14-C120 14-C122 14-C107

14-C100 14-C103

...........................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

12-H40

14-M260

14-M236 14-B100

14-A100

Tense12-N57 Top Design Switches BVBA .......................................

Starpoint Distribution............................................... 7-M217

12-C31

14-D120

14-C134

Stage Tec GmbH.................................................7-W190 12-F45

12-F38 StarBoard Solution GmbH ....................................13-C104 12-E38

12-C40

14-B130 14-B132 14-A120

DRONE ARENA

14-H150

14-H140

14-B138 14-B140

ST-Vitrinen .....................................................................8-H240 12-E57 12-K56 12-H55 12-H57

12-F40

12-C45

14-D150

14-C155

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Techlogix Networx 12-P78 .......................................................5-V100

12-F72

14-B150

14-K164

14-A140

TW Audio.............................................................14-D150

U U.T.E. Electronic GmbH & Co. KG....................14-A185 UbiCast.........................................................................14-M224 UC OpenCloud ............................................................11-D150 UL LLC................................................................................5-S85 Uniclass Technology Co., LTD.................................8-N175 UNICOL Deutschland GmbH .....................................5-S80 Unilumin Group Co., Ltd. .......................................................... .........................................12-H57, 12-E58, 12-H40, 12-F45 Unitech............................................................................14-K80 Unitech Systems EE ..................................................13-D85 UNIVE Co., Ltd ....................................................14-H150 Univox..............................................................................7-S184

V Vaddio.................................................................................2-C42

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2-A75

14-H152

14-B165 14-B155 14-B160

2-A70

13-N100 OFFICE

Sound Control Technologies ............................... 11-D141 Soundwin Network Inc. ......................................6-F162

12-C82

14-A160

14-M270 14-K174

Tecco.............................................................................10-N142 AND

Techflex, Inc...................................................................7-H160

12-E90

12-D93

14-H155 14-B170

ORGANISERS TeamMate...................................................................... 13-D72

12-N100

SoundTube .......................................................................3-C87 12-C84

10-P115

14-M280 14-H170

14-D160 14-D165 14-D167 14-D169

10-Q118 10-Q116 10-R114

Sony ....................................................................................1-N20 12-D91

12-C85

10-R110 10-R118

3-A75

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

14-D170 14-D175 14-D180 14-B180

14-A180

14-B136

TDMaverick ......................................................................5-U35

Sonic11-D102 Foundry,11-F104 Inc. ....................................11-D130, 2-A42 Sonodyne Technologies Pvt Ltd.............................7-X182

14

TDI Group .......................................................................... 5-V60

Sonance.............................................................................1-N80

11-B102

14-A182

TDG Audio......................................................................5-S126

11-G118

11-D111

11-D113

14-H200

14-D250

10-S114 TDC Polska sp. z o.o..........................................14-A140

Sommer Cable GmbH ..............................................1-N117 11-C110

10-P116

14-K190

14-G200

TCI GmbH......................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 10-N114

10-K110 SOLTEC .........................................................................11-B102 11-F111

14-C210

10-S122 TCI Cables .......................................................................7-V242 10-P122

11-G120

3-A50 14-N330

14-M288

10-P124 10-S123 TB Speaker Co., Ltd. .........................................14-H140

SOLEDGE .......................................................................5-U102

14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

10-P126 Tau Audio Solutions ......................................................3-C87

11-G132 10-K121 Snowhite Display 11-D130 11-F130 Technology Co. ........................5-U132

11-B130

10-N134

10-P132 Tasker................................................................................1-M16 10-S125

10-K118

14-N340

14-K194

14-C200

TAIDEN INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD................................ 3-C111

10-N142

11-D141

B140

10-R146

3-A76

3-A80

14-M292

Europa Entrance G

TAGLIG...................................................................8-K340

11-F146

SMART Technologies ..............................................13-C110

10-P149

Audio Demo Rooms

Smart City Terminal Technology Co., Ltd ......8-D295

TAG10-N148 / HORTUS AUDIO................................................7-T210

10-N146

3-A85

14-M297 14-M295

14-A185

T+A elektroakustik GmbH Co. KG............................5-R95

Smart Cabling & Transmission Corp. .................... 5-V50

14-M298

14-K195

SZ REACH TECH CO LTD ........................................13-E108

Signagelive....................................................................8-K232

3-A110

3-A100

Forum syscomtec Distribution AG .....................................8-N275

9-D160

9-B162

SwitchBee.............................................................6-M172

Sidev ................................................................................5-R100 9-D172

9-D175

9-B172 9-B170

3-A107

SY .........................................................................................5-S75

9-E178

9-A170

9-A160

INFOPOINT

Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH (Shuttle Inc.) ............

9-B185

9-A174

9-A166

9-F195

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Valcom .............................................................................7-T190

Vision AD S.ar.l.............................................................8-N230

Waves Inc........................................................................7-V245

Valens.................................................................................5-S85

Visionary Solutions Inc......................................6-K162

Wealleys Technology Co., Ltd....................................5-U92

ValueHD Corporation...............................................11-A127

VisionsConnected....................................................... 12-C80

Weinzierl Engineering GmbH ................................................

Vantage................................................................................1-M2

VisioSign A/S................................................................8-H267

...........................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

VCM Morgenthaler GmbH.....................................14-K154

VISIVO GmbH & Co. KG ................................................5-R40

wePresent ...................................................................11-A129

VEGA Europe ...................................................................5-S80

Visual Productions BV...............................................7-S160

Westlab Audio GmbH.................................................7-Z180

Ventuz Technology AG ..............................................8-K325

Visualint..........................................................................9-A174

WEYEL distribution GmbH.............................14-M297

VEO-LABS....................................................................13-B102

VITREA ...............................................................................5-R92

Wildwood PR .......................................................Press Room

Verband Deutscher Tonmeister e.V......................7-X240

VIVALDI SRL................................................................14-B138

Williams Sound ...........................................................7-P170

Vesun Lamps .....................................................14-P430

Viveroo GmbH................................................................. 5-V57

Winner Wave TW Limited...................................13-F73

ViaDirect ......................................................................... 8-F270

Vivitek.................................................................................5-R55

Wireworld Cable Technology .................................5-R125

Z-Wave Alliance........................................................... 9-D160

VICOM ..........................................................10-N136, 8-H215

VIZ-ART AUTOMATION.................................................2-A48

Wisdom Audio..............................................................5-U120

ZAMEL Sp. z o.o. ................................................10-K125

Vicoustic ..........................................................................3-A122

Vogels Products BV......................................................1-M27

Wisejet, Inc. ........................................................14-D110

Zappiti............................................................................. 1-M124

VidCAD ...............................................................................2-E70

Volfoni-3D ....................................................................14-P416

Wize-AV Mounting Solutions............................... 14-D120

ZebraTouch........................................................... 6-E152

VIDELCO Europe Ltd................................................10-R120

Volume Network ...............................................14-K174

Wolfvision GmbH ..........................................................1-M20

ZeeVee............................................................10-N151, 2-A42

VIDEOBRIX..........................................................14-B100

VOOME NETWORKS ..................................................8-K272

Wuhu Xingdian Industrial Co.,Ltd.................... 8-E315

Zhuhai Lenscen Electric Co., Ltd..............................1-E62

Videofabrika.ru ....................................................6-F150

VSI .......................................................................... 13-C60

Wurth Elektronik............................................................5-S85

ZyCast Technology Inc. ............................................. 8-E310

Videotree...........................................................................5-R20

Vue Audiotechnik Europe GmbH......................7-F219

Wuxi Derhino Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd ...8-N345

Zykronix International Group ................................. 9-F140

VIDERO AG.....................................................................8-N225

VuWall Technology, Inc ...........................................11-F146

WUXI LEXIN CO., LTD..................................................7-N160

Zytronic ........................................................................... 8-E350

Videxio...........................................................................11-B150

W

Vidyo, Inc............................................................................2-A42

VVS (Vidisco LTD) .....................................................14-N322

ViewSonic Europe Limited....................................11-A132

Wacebo Europe Srl .................................................... 13-F75

Viju........................................................................11-B150

Wall-Smart.......................................................................1-Q90

VIOSO GmbH ..................................................................... 1-G3

Wallin.tv ................................................................ 8-E260

Visiology ............................................................14-M285

Waterfall Audio...........................................5-U102, 5-U100

XTREM SCREEN ..........................................................5-U100

Y Yamaha Music Europe GmbH................................ 3-C120 YDEA Tech (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.............................. 8-E245 Yealink...........................................................................11-B100 Yoga Electronics Co., Ltd.......................................14-M227 Yรถnnet Bilisim .............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Yuan High-Tech Development Co., Ltd ...............8-R300

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In which areas do you see the Internet of Things offering the greatest opportunities to your company?

Home automation and digital lighting, for both residential and commercial markets. Home automation was an early sector to adopt IoT, and the opportunities will continue to expand. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been at the forefront of this revolution in comfort and energy control. Vantage products are designed to communicate with best-in-category products for comfort and energy management. Our systems can be modified and expanded anytime with wireless communications, local and mobile control for remote control. In the commercial sector, we have expanded BACnet capabilities for our architectural dimming platform. Many commercial projects now require BMS to be capable of interfacing via BACnet/IP.

Growth in IoT has obviously resulted in more connected devices, but these devices are also becoming smaller, creating the opportunity for integrators to mount components in new places. As more products are mounted in ceilings, in furniture, in walls, or behind displays, the trend towards more localised AV systems creates new challenges for mounting these small devices. Middle Atlantic Products has recognised this opportunity and developed small device mounting products to help integrators save space and install components at the point of use, making upgrades and servicing easier and more efficient.

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Internet of Things is more associated with consumer smart home devices and technology. As technology evolves and the use of connected devices is widely adopted, an enterprise/ professional-grade controlled AV installation will include more connected devices, which need to be controlled and managed. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great opportunity for professional AV vendors to develop interfaces supporting connected devices. The professional AV customer will get greater flexibility to choose from a larger selection of smart devices and the ability to integrate professional AV into existing connected-device environments.

New Chrome devices launched AOPEN Showcased at CES last month, two new Chrome devices are among the highlights of the AOPEN stand at ISE 2017. The AOPEN Chromebase Mini and Chromebox Mini devices are part of a new enterprise range designed, the company says, to deliver enterprise reliability and features at an affordable price. The Chromebase Mini is an enterprise-ready interactive 10.1in all-in-one touch screen solution for high-traffic enterprise environments, including digital signage, POS, self-service kiosks, digital corporate communication and AV room control. It is waterproof and tamper-proof. With support for platforms such as Google Hangouts, the

Chromebase Mini offers mounting options for AV or desktop use (including a built-in VESA mount stand), camera and audio, and a dual microphone. Optional accessories include recessed wall mounts, PoE adapters and adapters to configure various payment solutions. The Chromebox Mini is said to be the smallest Chromebox on the market today. It uses solid state technology and can be used as an SME or enterprise desktop replacement hosting IoT applications, digital signage and kiosks and the like. It supports Chrome Device Management. Features include fanless design, Bluetooth, dual-band antenna and power button extension ports for ease of mounting behind a device.

Stand: 10-N146 The Chromebase Mini is designed for high-traffic enterprise environments

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Wall of light ushers in OLED extravaganza LG ELECTRONICS An impressive videowall comprised of 55in panels, and flanked by two of LGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ultra Stretch displays, is creating an immersive welcome at the entrance to Hall 12. LG claims the videowall features one of the narrowest even panel bezels on the market, enabling a seamless viewing experience. The Ultra Stretch displays are rendered in 58:9 format, which LG says allows for truly dynamic content. Four-divided Picture-byPicture (PBP) content â&#x20AC;&#x201C; where

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Bringing HD LED to meeting rooms S[QUADRAT] Since it launched its Sky highresolution LED video display series at the beginning of 2016, S[quadrat], in partnership with NEC Display Solutions Europe, has equipped a number of corporate conference rooms in the banking and insurance sectors of New York and London with HD imaging. High-quality HD resolution video content can be presented on these displays through a pixel pitch of 1.5mm at a screen size of 3.04m wide by 1.71m high. The LED modules align as a homogenous, seamless screen. Thanks to 14-bit processing, 4.4 trillion colours can be reproduced.

The S[quadrat] team also designed a sub-structure consisting of various Bosch profiles to hold the display modules on the wall. This lightweight aluminium construction has become the standard construction for S[quadrat]’s front-service systems. The ideal total depth of this system is 26cm. This ensures that there is enough room behind the 9cm deep screen for optimal air circulation. Maintenance and service can be handled with the help of an electromagnetic tool that enables a single technician to quickly remove the pixel cards from the front of each display.

Stand: 8-D185

New connection for cables ARGOSY Visitors to the Argosy stand can see the introduction of Belden’s field mountable REVConnect cable termination system. Offered as part of Argosy’s wiring service, Belden’s REVConnect is a brand new RJ45 connectivity system that offers single, reliable and easy cable termination covering jack and plug, shielded or unshielded, Cat5e through Cat6A cables. A first-time ISE exhibitor, Argosy claims the connectivity solution is ideal for all sorts of AV applications,

including building security systems, LED lighting and sensors, wireless access points, HVAC, digital signage and audio mixing consoles. The use of Belden’s REVConnect eliminates the jack, box and patch cord assembly needed to plug into devices. It also ensures a single termination process for every application. Chris Smeeton, managing director, EMEA at Argosy, said: “Since the acquisition of Argosy by IEWC last year, our company has broadened its remit from TV studios and outside broadcast, to pro-audio

recording and commercial pro-AV applications. Bringing our expertise to the pro-AV market is now a major focus for Argosy. As part of this drive, we recently hired Daniel Hinton, a specialist from the pro-AV market.” In addition, visitors to the Argosy stand can also view a range of mains distribution units, fibre and Ensemble Design active video gear with a focus on ‘intelligent’ technology, along with Blackmagic, Datavideo, Teradek and Panasonic equipment.

Stand: 12-F68

System X mount range scales to 5m B-TECH AV MOUNTS

The Sky high-resolution LED video display series offers a pixel pitch of 1.5mm

Visitors to the B-Tech AV Mounts stand can see how the company’s professional mounting ranges work seamlessly together with demonstrations scaling to over 5m. A BT8370 videowall stand shows how mounted screens can be securely displayed to heights of over 4m and for wayfinding, advertising and retail promotion,

B-Tech is displaying a stylish new kiosk designed for the budget conscience, as well as a new ultraslim kiosk solution which can be ordered for screens of any size. An improved BT8350 freestanding videowall mount is also on display, boasting updated styling along with integrated System X technology which brings a new level of versatility to the solution.

Mark Walker, business development manager at B-Tech, commented: “For B-Tech, ISE has simply become bigger and better every year and this year we are raising the bar even further, with examples of how System X can be used in the largest of installations, plus a wealth of new additions across the range. We are thrilled to once again be in Amsterdam.”

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AUDAC MERIDIAN AUDIO Newly available from Audac is the energy-efficient EPA amplifier line. The new EPA amps enable an automatic power off when they stop receiving a sound input. This makes the amplifier comply with international energy and environmental requirements. The Class D amplifiers offer reduced weight and less heat dissipation, while the compact size and lightweight design requires a single 19in rack space, making them suitable for both fixed rack and mobile applications. The convection-cooled construction requires only minimum maintenance while guaranteeing high reliability, claims the company. Bjorn Starfelt, CEO of Starfelt Company, Audac’s Swedish distributor, said: “The new EPA amplifiers from Audac give installers an impressive alternative for small to medium-sized projects. These professional amplifiers achieved an Energy Star 3.0 rating

Starfelt: “EPA amplifiers from Audac give installers an impressive alternative for small to medium-sized projects” thanks to a signal detection system. This system enables an automatic power off when the amplifier stops receiving a sound input. The Energy Star label is something that is appreciated in our market, as more customers want to reduce power consumption and more fixed-installation projects have this requirement.”

Stand: 7-N190

Mic mix on auto DAN DUGAN SOUND DESIGN Automatic mixing and control of live microphones is being demonstrated at ISE 2017. The Dugan Speech System provides fast, transparent crossfades without upcutting, choppy sound or shifts in background noise. Transitions between talkers are smooth and consistent, no matter how many mics are open. Dugan automixers are available with analogue or digital I/O. The recently introduced Dugan Model M offers the convenience, channel density and long cable run capabilities of MADI I/O, while the

Dugan Model N has Dante I/O. The front panel of the Dugan Model M and Model N products features a complete miniature Dugan Control Panel on a bright OLED display, operated by navigation keys and a rotary encoder for setting values. Standard Dugan linking is available for larger systems, or alternatively, 16 channels of ADAT I/O. All Dugan automixers can be controlled from their front panel, the Dugan Control Panel for Java, the updated Dugan Control Panel for iPad and/or the Dugan Model K Control Surface.

Stand: 7-P160

The front panel of the Dugan Model N features a miniature Dugan Control Panel on an OLED display

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Come and enjoy a drink with the Meridian team, while hearing your favourite songs in stunning highresolution audio courtesy of Meridian’s market-leading technology. All are welcome at the drinks reception hosted by Meridian on its Hall 7 stand tomorrow, Wednesday 8 February. The reception starts at 16:00. As part of the extensive ISE 2017 education programme, Richard Hollinshead, chief technical officer, Meridian, is presenting ‘Making the Most of HD Audio’ tomorrow

from 09:30 to 11:00 in room D202, discussing the importance of highresolution audio. Hollinshead is to examine the difference between standard and highresolution audio, the available audio formats, sources and the requirements to use them. The CTO is also discussing ‘Listening to Music and Movies in the Year 2020’, on the CEDIA stand (1-F21) at 10:30 today, looking at how we will access more content in more formats across more devices, as our lives become more mobile, urban and connected.

Stand: 7-Q214

Array of enclosures on show SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP The new FLEX Series of speaker enclosures provides a wide number of audio solutions to serve the needs of install contractors, mobile DJs and musicians. The range is available in passive or active form, offering either traditional connectivity, or with DSP control using Seikaku’s multiplatform software applications. The new FLEX 3 is a plastic,

Richard Hollinshead, CTO, Meridian, will be discussing the importance of high-resolution audio on Wednesday, 8 February

low-profile, configurable array enclosure that includes dual 3in speakers and three high-precision 1in exit tweeters. The larger FLEX 5 includes dual 5in speakers and the same tweeter design. Seikaku claims its FLEX Systems offer a ‘total sound solution’ that is ideal for groups, mobile DJs, and smaller permanent installations. The compact FLEX 3 System includes four FLEX 3 enclosures and two

S12 subs, adjustable hardware for the enclosures, cables and two elevation poles for satellites. The system has a total peak power of up to 2,800W and features internal DSP processing, as well as the company’s Custom Sound iOS app. The larger FLEX 5 system is intended for applications where louder content is required. This system includes four FLEX 5 dual 5in enclosures, two S12 Active subs, hardware, cables and the elevation poles.

Stand: 7-C174, 7-C175

Versatile Q-SYS processor on the cards QSC SYSTEMS In the latest evolution of the Q-SYS Platform, the Core 510i processor has been introduced as a full Q-SYS audio, video and control processing appliance, or as an I/O peripheral that can accommodate any combination of Q-SYS analogue, digital and networked audio I/O cards. Based on the Intel platform, and using a QSC-developed Linux realtime operating system, the Core 510i can be deployed in two different software-configurable modes. Q-SYS Core mode handles all AVC processing including extensive

resources for built-in acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) that can be deployed with the new Q-SYS AV-toUSB Bridging solution for soft-codec conferencing applications. In I/O Frame mode, the processor supports up to 128x128 audio channels as an I/O peripheral in the Q-SYS system for processing on a separate Q-SYS Core processor. It can accommodate any combination of Q-SYS Type-II I/O cards including Dante, CobraNet, AVB or Q-SYS analogue and AES/EBU cards. With the recent release of Q-SYS Designer Software v5.3, all Q-SYS Core processors shipped to date, including the Core 510i processor,

offer native AES67 capability without the need for any additional hardware or licence costs. Martin Barbour, product manager, QSC Systems, said: “The introduction of the Core 510i is a natural extension of our platform. Taking advantage of the newest Intel chipset allows us to leverage Moore’s Law and offer an even more powerful processor without impacting cost. As the industry moves towards a more ITcentric world, Q-SYS makes the most sense for enterprise deployments utilising shared resources for multiple meeting rooms or even very large conference spaces.”

Stand: 7-Q170

The Core 510i processor has been introduced as a full Q-SYS audio, video and control processing appliance, or as an I/O peripheral

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Enhanced control over audio recording JOECO The newly upgraded JoeCoControl software application for Windows or Mac workstations is being demonstrated at ISE. Used for remote control, monitoring and set-up of the company’s multichannel workstation interface recorders, JoeCoControl now boasts full control over input parameters and a dedicated mode selection for Live, Studio and Mix down situations. Users can create multiple zero latency headphone sub-mixes with gain, pan, solo, mute and PFL.

Monitor switching (mono/stereo/ left/right/reverse) is also supported. A dedicated transport control panel features record and stop buttons plus useful disk information, and there’s support for in-studio talkback and studio monitor switching capabilities. Also offered is a mix mode, which gives the ability to use a number of outputs and inputs as sends and returns for outboard equipment during mixdown. JoeCo is also presenting its award-winning BlackBox range of professional multi-track recorders, as well as the BlackBox Player.

Stand: 7-C171

BlacklineX on tour MARTIN AUDIO ISE 2017 is the first stop for Martin Audio’s new BlacklineX passive series, on its first journey to mainland Europe. It forms not only the main focus of the UK company’s static stand display but is also the central cog in the now familiar demo room experience. Originally announced in October last year, BlacklineX represents a reinvention of the original multipurpose Blackline Series, launched in 1999. This immediately found favour not only as installation boxes in nightclubs, bars, commercial spaces and houses of worship, but also as portable sound reinforcement and stage monitoring solutions for live bands, DJs and corporate events. The BlacklineX Series comprises

four two-way systems, from the ultra-compact X8 to the powerful X15, and three subwoofers, including an unobtrusive slimline model The manufacturer is hosting hour-long product showcases daily in the E104 Audio Demo Room, close to Hall 10, with two on the final day. These run at 11:00, 13:00, 14:00 and 17:00 Tuesday to Thursday, and 11:00 and 13:00 on Friday. Martin Audio says the Demo Room is also hosting presentations of O-Line, CDD Series and CDD-

Invisible ceiling tile Blast from the past speaker launched DNH LOUDSPEAKERS

REVOLUTION ACOUSTICS An invisible ceiling tile speaker, Ubiqui-T, is being launched at ISE 2017 this week. With international patents pending, Revolution Acoustics says it has turned an acoustically absorptive material into a highfidelity speaker able to fill a 10m x 10m room with a single speaker, capable of rendering a more immersive listening experience than a room full of cabinets. The company says Ubiqui-T is a simple way to deliver the technology, based on planar wave physics, with constant sound pressure level

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attainable everywhere in the room with no off-axis losses. The five-minute installation uses the ceiling tiles already in place, making the result ‘invisible’, says the company. Coupled with Revolution Acoustics RevNet ‘intelligent’ amplification, each tile becomes a nodally addressable speaker. With suspended ceiling tiles already present in many office environments, Revolution Acoustics claims Ubiqui-T provides a passport for all integrators to introduce a vastly better acoustic user experience for paging, sound masking and music in one economical system.

Stand: 7-W212

An expanded range of public address loudspeakers is on show from The Norwegian Loudspeaker Company (DNH). The DNH metal 15W CAP15T projector has been making announcements across British transport networks since the early 1970s. The speaker has evolved through various iterations including additional weatherproofing, as well as modification for BS5839 voice evacuation and section 12 belowsurface compliance. The efficient workhorse has now been through European EN54-24 certification to enable continued availability for market demand, and

LIVE, designed to create a better understanding of the products, supported by case studies and important listening time.

Stand: 7-K175, 7K-180

The BlacklineX Series comprises four two-way systems and three subwoofers

1,100 traditional 30W loudspeaker install at Duisburg central station, DNH product designers managed to fulfil Deutsche Bahn requests, reducing required power consumption to 18W per P6-50T speaker. They will be discreetly mounted within the station’s existing lighting conduit.

is on show at ISE 2017. Following last year’s introduction of the MC-50T curved weatherproof cabinet, DNH has utilised the same driver component combination to produce a high-pressure 50W cabinet Stand: 7-C225 small enough to fit within standard manufactured lighting ducts. The new P6-50DBT solves the power-to-size ratio required on German rail transportation with sensitivity levels as high as 98dB@1W/1m within a weatherproof 10in x 8in 50W cabinet. Aware of the prohibitive power consumption DNH expands its range of EN-54-24 public address needed for the proposed loudspeakers with the certification of an old favourite

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Audio boost for ENG receivers LECTROSONICS All users of SR Series dual-channel slot ENG receivers can take advantage of the newly introduced SRaES3 bottom plate adapter. The SRaES3 will work with all SR receiver versions – the SRc, SRb, SRa and SR, and the 5P variants of these units. It can provide audio in the following formats: AES3 digital audio at 48kHz sampling with an internal clock; AES3 digital audio with an external word clock at 44.1, 48 or

96kHz sampling; as well as balanced analogue audio from -50dBu to +5dBu in 1dB steps. One or two channels of digital audio are delivered from the CH1 jack, while the CH2 jack delivers analogue audio at all times. The standard multi-pin interface and mounting holes are the same on all SR

Series receiver output adapters. External word clock can be fed to the SRaES3 via the BNC connector. A 75-ohm termination of the word clock connection is applied by a field-changeable jumper, installed by default at the factory. The adapter housing is machined from a solid aluminium billet and hard anodised for ruggedness. Karl Winkler, VP of sales, Lectrosonics, said: “The SRaES3

further expands the already vast array of accessories for the very popular SR Series receivers. Now, SR receiver owners can connect their units directly to digital inputs and even use a master word clock to run at 44.1, 48 or 96kHz sampling rates. With AES they can eliminate two gain stages in their signal chain, reducing the possibility for error.”

Stand: 7-P200

The output of any SR Series receiver can be delivered in analogue or digital audio formats using the SRaES3 adapter

IT perspective on audio networks

Rush: aiming “to bring the design, administration and security of IT to professional AV systems”

AUDINATE Driven by the converging forces of AV and IT, including digital networks and the increased affordability, interoperability and ease of technology use, Audinate says it has prioritised the delivery of IT-grade system administration to the AV world for 2017. In doing so, the company is exploring ways to make audio networking more secure, more versatile and more transparent. The company, creator of the Dante protocol, is encouraging ISE showgoers to attend Audinate’s official education sessions, led by Kieran Walsh, regional manager of global support services for EMEA, Audinate, at stand 13N100: ‘Why Layer 3 Networking is Critical in Audio Networks’ (today, 15:00-15:20) and ‘Understanding Audio Networks from the IT Perspective’ (Thursday, 15:0015:20). Joshua Rush, VP of marketing, Audinate, said: “Coupling AV and IT functionality requires deep consideration for the challenges addressed in the design, deployment and maintenance of AV systems. We’re working closely with AV and IT integrators, end-users and our partners in the manufacturer community to bring the design, administration and security of IT to professional AV systems.” The company predicts that IT-grade system administration features such as Active Directory integration will advance the security of AV systems, just as domain architectures will advance design flexibility and, ultimately, system performance.

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Compact addition to X-Line Advance ELECTRO-VOICE The next wave of products presented in the X-Line Advance family includes the X1212/90, a compact 12in vertical line-array loudspeaker system. Electro-Voice claims it is ideal for smalland mid-sized applications including houses of worship, local/regional rental companies, corporate events, clubs, and entertainment venues. Though approximately a third smaller in size than systems typically used in these environments, the X1 is designed to deliver superior audio performance and higher output, says the company, meaning that fewer units are required to achieve the desired results and install costs are reduced. The X1 offers EV-engineered transducers in the form of the SMX2121 12in woofer, and new ND2R high-performance 2in HF compression drivers. It has enhanced Hydra plane-wave generators in the shape of Mid-Band Hydra (MBH) for box coupling and Wavefront-Shaping Circular Hydra (WCH) for extended linear HF performance. Its compact size allows arrays of up to 24

The compact X1 represents the first of a line of products under the X-Line Advance banner elements, with passive or biamp operation selected via an internal connector. Designed for a clean, streamlined appearance, the enclosure dimensions are optimised for more efficient packing and transit. The X1 comes with built-in proprietary hardware designed to enable a smaller crew to set up and tear down faster and more safely, in around half the time of a typical line-array system deployment. An EV-designed dolly system also saves time and manpower, says the company, serving a dual purpose as a transport and array assembly platform.

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FOCUSRITE Making its ISE debut, the RedNet A16R expands Focusrite’s range of 1U Dante AoIP interfaces with network and power supply redundancy. RedNet is an extremely scalable, near zerolatency audio distribution system that can be used to expand I/O channel count, interface digital components, or bridge between Pro Tools|HD or MADI and a Dante audio network. It provides 16 channels of analogue I/O with high-quality A-D and D-A digital conversion at up to 119dB dynamic range, plus two channels of AES/EBU digital I/O, to and from Dante. RedNet A16R provides conversion at standard rates – 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192kHz at 24-bit resolution – with pull-up/down capability.

Electronically balanced analogue audio I/O is provided on DB25 connectors wired to AES59 specs, with internal signals balanced throughout. Two additional channels of AES/EBU I/O with sample rate conversion are provided on XLR connectors. Sample rates and operating levels are selected remotely from software on the host computer. The clock source for the unit may be internal, or external via Word Clock or DARS – the latter via the XLR input. RedNet A16R also outputs Word Clock. Power and network redundancy come from two separate universal (100–240V) PSUs, plus dual network interfaces on locking etherCON connectors that can be set remotely to Redundant or Switched (daisy-chain) mode.

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The IoT is a reality Amazon Echo now integrated KNX The ‘Internet of Things’ is a buzzword in the world of information technology, notes KNX, whose stand features 15 KNX members and two KNX training centres, all of which are showcasing their latest solutions. As the organisation points out: what still remains to become part of the general knowledge of consumers at large is already well known in expert groups, with everyday objects becoming intelligent and communicating via the internet. According to visionaries, KNX notes, by the year 2020, there are forecast to be some 50 trillion such objects. But, says KNX, the Internet of Things is not still some theoretical concept, but has already become a reality – and, for a long time, the KNX standard has formed part of this global IoT world. With the introduction of KNX Web Services (KNX IoT 1.0),

KNX believes it underlines its leading position and opens up new ways for the operation and visualisation of KNX systems. KNX projects can, says the organisation, be executed costefficiently and easily. It is also possible for a system integrator to design a project with ETS Professional and synchronise it later. Thereafter, the electrical installer maintains the project for his customer. ETS Inside has a further advantage, KNX believes: end customers can ask their electrical installer to unblock certain parameters in order to make small modifications themselves at any time. Thus, for example, they can modify dimming values, time schedules, light scenes and so on, adapting them to their own preferences without the need to call a professional.

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New voice control app demonstrated PROKNX The company’s realKNX app for plug-and-play voice control and augmented reality has been announced by ProKNX, and it is being demonstrated at ISE 2017. It extends the company’s proServ with additional functionalities. The new app features voice control via Apple’s Siri for all types of KNX devices, and is compatible with all Apple HomeKit apps. Key features include geo-fencing and automation; data logging; scheduling; a Sonos driver; and email alarming. The realKNX package consists

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of proServ, a native KNX product that is completely configured with ETS software using a KNX product database. According to ProKNX, no export of group addresses or other complicated software is necessary to configure communication with the HomeKit world of Apple. The realKNX App will, the company says, read the configuration and make it available to the multiple home applications available on the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. ProKNX’s proServ is said to be the world’s first controller that permits the user interface for iOS or Android devices to be configured with ETS.

Stand: 9-F170

ANTIFERENCE Showcasing new developments in its HDBaseT matrix products, together with new HDMI–DVB-T modulators, is Antiference. The UHD Trucolour HDBaseT PoE matrix range has evolved since 2014, the company notes, and now encompasses Neo branding, offering a broad choice for the installer and user with HDCP 2.2 support in 4x4, 6x6 and a modular 8x8 solution. Antiference has also integrated it with Amazon Echo, enabling control of the matrix to switch between sources and power source devices on and off. Each Trucolour Neo matrix features a CEC-based control system as standard, which allows the user to control the matrix, sources and devices

The UHD Trucolour HDBaseT PoE matrix range can now communicate with Alexa such as AVRs (where CEC is supported) using the TV’s original remote control, turning the TV’s remote control into a universal handset. According to Antiference, the remote management system allows the installer to provide a higher level of customer service by managing the system via a portal in which details of the system can be checked and firmware updated. This is accessed via a unique installer ID which can be

obtained on request. A new Power Distribution Unit (PDU) has now been added to the range, allowing devices to be remotely re-booted. Other developments from Antiference are new additions to the HDMI modulator range. This alternative HD distribution over a coax cable network is becoming more popular in buildings where re-cabling is not feasible.

Stand: 9-A164

Luxurious touchpanel switch CONTEC INTELLIGENT HOUSING In many cases, the user interface to a smart home is via a switch – and exhibitor CONTEC Intelligent Housing is using ISE 2017 to highlight its solutions. The Da Vinci Touch Switch is described as a luxurious nine-touchpanel switch that is fully customised – from the design of the glass, to the inscription on each panel and also through to the material from which the panel is made. It is available in three models.

Elegant is a 110-230V switch for decoration, featuring six10A output relays. The Z-Wave PLUS is similarly specified but is powered by Z-Wave for wireless home automation usage. A third version is available for Apple HomeKit for wireless home automation usage. Other products on show on CONTEC’s ISE 2017 stand include its RS-485 ModBus for wired smart home systems based on serial communication, and a DIN Rail Switch, featuring eight 16A output

relays, which is available in either RS-485 ModBus or Z-Wave PLUS variants. Also being demonstrated is iMid, an in-wall mount for iPad mini docking and charging and capable of being installed to any wall. At ISE 2017, CONTEC is showcasing how its range is integrated with various systems including those from RTI, as well as Amazon Echo/Alexa and Z-Wave Controllers.

Stand: 9-F190

Heartbeat secures automated homes DIVUS Securing smart homes is becoming more and more important, according to exhibitor DIVUS, and to this end it is launching DIVUS Heartbeat. This is described as a hardware/software solution, comprising a PoE+ enabled managed switch and a manager; when integrated into the network, it is designed to create a secure area for building automation – DIVUS Secure Net. This allows interaction of the devices on the network but, says the company, cannot be attacked from outside. DIVUS Heartbeat divides the building network into different segments, creating a protected intranet. The intercom system, for example, in which internal and external devices interact, is protected

by a firewall via its own port and is therefore completely safe, while still offering unrestricted functionality. Other network devices that are not part of the secure network and/or building automation system should, the company notes, be connected to the usual LAN and independently secured. According to DIVUS, setting up the integrated managed switch is very simple. The system-wide configuration guides the user through the installation process. Only basic information is needed for the set-up of the network with the web interface. Networked DIVUS devices are automatically

Heartbeat enables the interaction of connected devices but prevents external attack detected and listed with name, IP and MAC address and any error messages. Data from third-party products can be retrieved according to the manufacturer‘s specifications. Heartbeat also enables a complete system scan, with the results sent automatically as a PDF report to the installer‘s email address.

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CCTV cameras are intelligent System helps improve client care VISUALINT The company’s latest range of VIM CCTV cameras - which the company notes all include inbuilt intelligence as standard – are being showcased by Visualint. Visualint VIM cameras automatically analyse the scene they are looking at and the inbuilt intelligence then filters out background movement caused by trees, foliage and so on. Once this is complete, the cameras are able to detect any foreground movements and accurately track them. This inbuilt intelligence can then be used to trigger events on the control system or to send a security alert off site. Unlike simple motion detection, notes Visualint, advanced features such as perimeter protection, loiter zones and directional tripwires minimise

the false alerts that have traditionally limited this technology. Other than its intelligence, the VIM range is also said to deliver superior picture quality. The majority of the units within the range also include Starlight technology as standard, which Visualint explains means that the cameras are able to use very small amounts of ambient light to create night time colour pictures that are a substantial improvement on the grainy black and white images that are often seen. Visualint is integrated into most home control systems as well as commercial security monitoring products – which, the company points out, gives access to extremely lucrative remote security monthly recurring revenue streams.

Stand: 9-A174

DOMOTZ Improving client care and building monthly revenue are two key concerns for custom installers. The Domotz PRO Network Monitoring System is said to achieve these by enabling the remote monitoring of networks, allowing integrators to provide remote tech support and proactively prevent IT issues. Domotz PRO monitors all IP devices on any network regardless of the brand – iPhones, Sonos, TiVo, printers, Roku and so on. Device status is checked every 30 seconds. Any device status changes are reported to the cloud and are visible via the Domotz PRO mobile and web apps in

real time. The software also includes SNMP monitoring functionalities. It automatically detects the devices connected to the individual ports of a managed network switch, via Network Mapping – a feature said to be unique to Domotz. Email and push notification alerts are sent when the internet connection goes down (and the Domotz agent loses connectivity with the cloud). Alerts are also sent when an important device goes down or offline, enabling the user to proactively solve and prevent issues in real time. Realtime alerts are also issued when a new device joins the network. Domotz PRO also allows speed tests to be performed on demand, as

Domotz PRO allows integrators to provide remote tech support and proactively prevent IT issues well as automatically every six hours, to generate reports on network performance over time. The web pages for devices can be remotely accessed in one click, with no router or firewall configuration.

Stand: 9-B171

Cala KNX with touch display ELSNER ELEKTRONIK Among the range of KNX offerings on the Elsner Elektronik ISE 2017 stand is the new Cala KNX room climate sensor. It has a touch display and sensors to capture temperature, air humidity and CO2 values. Various model versions with different sensor combinations allow targeted use – for example, as a simple temperature sensor or as a combination sensor.

The device is combined with a standard 55mm switch system and therefore fits with other electrical installations and building technology. Four integrated binary inputs allow the user to integrate, for example, pushbuttons, window contacts or other temperature sensors into the KNX system. The touch-operated interface is the central element of the Cala KNX. It shows the current ambient climate

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VOXPOP What do you see as the most significant new technologies for use within the world of education? Immersed interactivity is growing in importance for primary education and SEN (special educational needs). Interactive projection can achieve a larger image size and gives greater flexibility. Magic Carpet on Optoma’s stand supports multiple access methods (gesture, eye gaze and touch) and projects a variable image size – from a small tray on a wheelchair up to 3.6m wide. Laser will be especially important for schools and universities. It can achieve 100in image at a fraction of the cost of an equivalent-sized flat screen. With no lamps to replace and a light-source lifespan of 20,000 hours, it is an excellent low-maintenance option.

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According to the World Health Organisation, 80% of educational material is remembered when delivered via visual means and 90% through interactive lessons. Visual communication technologies are revolutionising the way education is delivered. Projectors offer a responsible and flexible choice, providing bigger, scalable screen sizes of up to 100in. Today’s projectors are incredibly advanced, performing in daylight with super high colour-brightness, as well as incorporating connectivity for BYOD interaction, interactive sensing and touch technologies, and bigger distortion-free images. In addition, they are more portable and take up much less space when not in use than a flat panel.

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Back with Blade and Curtana ANGEKIS It has been an exciting year for Angekis after the Saber won the rAVe Best in Show award in the PTZ video conference camera category at ISE 2016. The company is now announcing two sister cameras to the line-up, the Blade and Curtana. Both are full HD USB 2.0 output PTZ videoconference cameras, with RS232 connections and 10 presets. The Curtana has a wide 105º field of view without distortion. It is a 1080p HD camera aimed at small conference rooms. According to Angekis, the Blade comes packed with features including a 10x optical zoom, crystal-clear 1080p

FLATFROG Here at ISE 2017, FlatFrog has announced its new InGlass technology series of displays for both the education and business markets. InGlass technology enables a natural no-latency writing experience, high-precision writing, and pen identification.

InGlass touch is designed for mass production and integration into PCs and large interactive displays. The company is also showcasing interactive monitors and tables solutions from its partners. FlatFrog’s products offer an intuitive touch and viewing

experience, supporting over 100 touches with more than 1,000 pressure detection levels in a flush, bezel-free design or an ‘incredible precision’ pen experience. It works with glove and passive or active pen, and supports Windows, Android and Linux.

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HDL300 audio conferencing system showcased NUREVA The latest version of the HDL300 audio conferencing system from Nureva is being exhibited in Hall 13. An early beta version of it was

first announced and demoed at InfoComm in June 2016. The Nureva HDL300 audio conferencing system for small to mid-sized rooms is an integrated wall-mounted microphone and

speaker system that uses Nureva’s patent-pending audio processing technology to provide remote participants with a natural, near-inroom experience.

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Stand: 13-D70

With the continuing success and growth of collaborative working, TopTec Synergy tables provide an agile, dynamic and interactive solution that is poised for AV integration, setting the high standard expected from educational furniture today, claims the company. Table shape is key, says TopTec, since the integration of users changes depending upon whether the group or screen has primary focus. The Synergy range offers distinct table shapes all designed to fit specific user requirements, ranging from a two-person huddle space to a 20-seat workspace. The shapes consist of: Quad, a classic shape ideal for environments where students can share content and discuss ideas around a shared screen; Plectrum, ergonomically

designed to promote group focus and engagement, using the screen as a resource; and Plectrum Reverse for videoconferencing and presentation requirements, where the screen has focus for the group. Also, Synergy Folding & Revolve is effective where space is at a premium as the table is said to be easily converted to a mobile unit in less than three minutes. Synergy Teardrop is ideal for smaller huddle spaces, says Top-Tec, and the Height Adjustable model is equipped with an electrically height adjustable area that rises sufficiently to facilitate users with special height requirements. New to the range is the Blade shape, designed with an expanded worktop to allow more contributors to sit at the table with the screen still being used as a primary resource.

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AVOCOR Interactive touchscreen technology manufacturer Avocor has presented the newest addition to its product portfolio, the AVX display series. The Avocor AVX range delivers UHD image clarity, 20 precise and fast points of touch using high-resolution InGlass touch technology, as well as an integrated Microsoft Windows 10 operating system – offering users an interface that is instantly recognisable, removing barriers of complex training requirements to maximise return on investment. Initially shipping in 75in, the panel will also come with an active pen, allowing for increased pressuresensitive input, side buttons to enable switching between functions as well as an integrated soundbar for an improved audio experience. The display supports two active pens, allowing two users to write simultaneously at the display (application dependent).

InGlass touch technology can precisely recognise the size of the object touching it and can tell the difference between a finger, pen, or palm. This means a more accurate placement of a fine point that leads to finer annotations, while the 2mm tipped active pen delivers superior pen performance while writing, giving users the same experience as when writing ink on paper, claims Avocor. The combination of InGlass and Windows 10 allows the use of inapp inking features within popular Microsoft applications including Edge browser, OneNote, PowerPoint and other office applications such as Avocor Note. The touchscreen has been optimised for Windows 10 by including edge swipe functionality, while the 3mm anti-glare glass has a coating that has been specially developed to give an ‘exceptionally smooth and natural’ writing experience.

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Interactive flat panel takes centre stage TRIUMPH BOARD The star of the Triumph Board stand is the company’s new-generation interactive flat panel displays. Their 20-touch input delivers a smooth experience and with 4K panels, picture quality and sharpness are said to be better than ever. The new panels are powered by Android 5.0, with many

apps included, such as collaboration software E-share and DisplayNote. Visitors can also see Triumph Board’s full HD interactive flat panel models, its videoconferencing system the VC4, which is integrated with a 65in interactive flat panel, and the new features of the Triumph Cloud software, with daily live workshops.

Stand: 13-A85

New integrated lectern solution INTELLIGENT LECTERN SYSTEMS This year marks the 11th time Intelligent Lectern Systems (ILS) has exhibited at ISE. This year the company is presenting its improved Presenter and Speakers Corner lectern systems. ILS says it has continued to put more emphasis on producing the highest-quality and most durable solutions that are very user friendly and significantly reduce cost of ownership. Designed for upscale boardrooms, showrooms and prestigious events, the new Synergy IM uses the same proven multi-touch technology as the previous ILS22 generation. This seamless sheet of 70cm x 50cm, 5mm thick safety glass offers

10-point multi-touch. Beneath it are an integrated 29in ultrawide 2560x1080 display, a 12in letterbox format panel serving as a multifunctional keyboard with changing key layouts, a control panel next to a trackpad, and multiple control keys. The new Synergy IM uses Windows 10 Pro, providing excellent integration between the main screen and the control panel on the right, the company says. The keyboard is fully customisable; the ILS Control Software can display virtually any keyboard layout. The Synergy IM comes standard with a 10in control panel, Blu-ray Disk writer/player, Intel i7-6700T Core i5, Solid State Drive and a KVM/5x3 HDMI matrix switcher.

Stand: 13-D108

Touchscreen self-order kiosk on show HANSHIN Here at ISE 2017, Hanshin is showcasing a self-order kiosk with capacitive touchscreens, which the company claims is becoming the next big trend in retail. A spokesperson for the company said: “It makes service more

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convenient, accurate and efficient. Customers can experience more convenience and reduce waiting times. This innovative solution also helps analysis of customer data, providing information to improve consistency and communication with consumers.”

Stand: 13-D102

Collaboration is a hot topic in the UK higher education sector, and the learning space is the hub of much collaborative activity. While many exhibitors at ISE 2017 are displaying the technologies that can be used to facilitate collaboration and learning, JM Supplies, an AV furniture designer and manufacturer, is highlighting the effect of furniture in creating the perfect collaborative learning space. JM Supplies has created a range of Huddle Collaborative Desks that it says facilitate collaborative group learning and break down the barriers between the teacher and the students. The Huddle range of desks are described as both functional and aesthetically pleasing, combining style and function in one. The desks are available in various sizes, with the Huddle 4, Huddle 6 and Huddle 8 to suit different-sized learning spaces.

Bringing attention to the effect of furniture in creating the perfect collaborative learning space with Huddle Collaborative Desks The desktops of the Huddle range are available in a range of customisable shapes and colours to help them fit seamlessly into their setting. For example, the Huddle Breakout is a desk that has an additional unfixed desk to enable smaller breakout groups to come together and collaborate. Additional features such as

height-adjustable desktop, cable management, desktop power module, screen mount and 5U rack cupboard mean that the Huddle Collaborative Desk can incorporate the technology required for collaborative learning as well as facilitating discussions and group work.

Stand: 13-C70

Multi-campus real-time teaching and learning POWERCREATOR Founded by Dr Sun Yat-Sen, Sun Yat Sen University in China is a prominent research, academic and cultural centre with a century-long educational tradition; here at ISE 2017, PowerCreator is speaking about how it used its technology to help this large educational establishment enhance its teaching and learning facilities. At present, the university includes five campuses located in the cities of Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Shenzhen, as well as ten

affiliated hospitals. In order to meet the requirements of knowledge sharing among campuses and teachers’ professional development, Sun Yat-Sen University, powered by PowerCreator, has launched a ‘1+N’ automated teaching and learning system to distribute high-quality educational resources at multiple locations on a real-time basis. This teaching mode includes one main teaching classroom equipped with a lecture capture solution, managed by PowerCreator’s content

management system (CMS), so students across the university can attend the same class delivered from the main teaching room. The system features automated tracking, recording, streaming, interactive teaching among classrooms, resource management, as well as multi-room simultaneous recording. This has led to significant improvements in student performance and even changed teachers’ outlooks on teaching, according to the company.

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Pearl-2 video switcher and 4K encoder introduced EPIPHAN VIDEO Released in September 2016, Pearl-2 is the successor to Epiphan Video’s Pearl product, and the company has chosen ISE 2017 as the place to introduce it to the European market. Built from the ground up based on the needs of live production enthusiasts in the pro-AV space, Pearl-2 offers everything one needs to live stream, encode and record a live event, all in the box, Epiphan says. Successfully executing traditional live production with streaming and recording often involves co-ordinating many distinct parts, such as an encoder, streaming software, video capture tools and more. With Pearl-2, users can capture up to six separate signal inputs, including DVI, HDMI, 4K HDMI, SDI (up to 12GSDI) and even RTSP sources over a network, such as IP cameras or other Pearl-2 systems. Sources can be cropped, scaled and mixed into any number of unique custom layouts along with background images, text

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overlays, branding and more. Pearl-2 also offers live switching functionality, allowing users to switch between sources and custom layouts during the live stream or recording to achieve a more dynamic and visually appealing live production for their audience. “We’re excited to showcase Pearl-2 to the European market at ISE 2017,” said VP of product management David Kirk. “We launched our original Pearl system two years ago and it continues to be a phenomenal success for Epiphan. This next generation Pearl-2 hardware puts Epiphan at the forefront

of live 4K encoding and also serves as a foundation for an exciting roadmap of new features for the future.” All layouts are associated with a specific programme (or channel), and Pearl-2’s powerful processor encodes, streams and records multiple programmes, all at the same time. With Pearl-2, users can simultaneously encode up to six individual full HD-quality programmes or a single 4K-quality programme. This powerful encoding versatility allows users to tailor programme outputs with precision.

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UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS First 6-in-1 Huawei huddle room endpoint HUAWEI Described by the company as the world’s first ‘6-in-1’ huddle room cloud video endpoint, Huawei is showcasing the TE10 at ISE. The TE10 is cloud-based – it can connect to a wide range of third-party cloud platforms – and supports high-definition audio and video communication. The all-in-one device is said to be differentiated from traditional videoconferencing devices in that it integrates the HD camera, codec, microphone, speaker, WiFi/ Bluetooth module and foldable bracket. The TE10 is 9cm x 9cm x 9cm and weighs 500g, consuming 8W of power. It runs on the Android operating system and provides an interface that can be operated

remotely. The camera supports not only high resolution, but is also ultra-wide angle and features flexible zoom. It also embeds a microphone array with a sound pickup range of 6m. In terms of network performance, the TE10 supports 20% packet loss concealment (PLC). “Cloud-based video communication is undergoing an exciting phase of development,” said Wang Xiangjiong, general manager of the Telepresence Field under the Cloud Core Network Product Line. “With demand growing rapidly, the Huawei TE10 will make HD video communication available for everyone, helping users reach higher working efficiency and service innovations.”

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The TE10 can connect to a wide range of third-party cloud platforms

Room solutions are integrated STARLEAF Cloud-based videoconferencing company StarLeaf is showcasing two new fully integrated meeting room solutions. With its minimalist design, the company claims that the StarLeaf Ensemble fits perfectly into today’s modern working environment. It is said to offer true plug-and-play installation, and includes 4K displays and a choice of a cloud-connected or Skype for Business integrated video endpoint. Customers are also offered a choice between a dual or single screen configuration, making it appropriate for

meeting spaces from huddle rooms to large boardrooms. The Ensemble is also available with StarLeaf’s cloud-connected meeting room system, the GT Mini. StarLeaf owns and operates a global video communications network, the StarLeaf OpenCloud, with 10 points of presence across North America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. The infrastructure on which this communications network is based is entirely developed by StarLeaf and, according to the company, provides a powerful, reliable platform for the provision of videoconferencing as a service to businesses globally.

Stand: 11-C140, 11-D150

COMMUNICATIONS EXHIBITOR NEWS AND PERSPECTIVES FROM AROUND THE SHOW

FPGAs help transition to UHD INTEL According to Intel, the announcement of the UHD Alliance Premium Certified specification, a rating applied to TVs that meet or exceed certain performance minimums for ultra-high-definition TVs, and emerging Ethernet-based technologies in the field of unified communications, present an exciting opportunity for product innovation and differentiation. At ISE, the company’s Programmable Solutions Group (formerly Altera) is showcasing its FPGA offerings that it says can help how equipment vendors embrace the transformation to UHD and differentiate their products, noting that its technology is enabling the future of video experiences with flexible programmable logic, highperformance I/O and ready-to-go IP solutions that support UHD Premium interfacing such as HDMI 2.0a, DisplayPort 1.4 and

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Intel says its technology can help vendors embrace UHD VoIP technologies such as SMPTE 2022/2110 and AES67. The Intel Arria 10 FPGA solution for UHD video connectivity and processing enables 8K/120 and HDR support. When combined with Intel microprocessors, for functions including High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC or H.265), the company says that Arria 10 FPGAs enable differentiated designs at optimum cost.

Intel notes how its FPGAs empower a wide variety of stateof-the-art AV solutions in digital signage, interactive whiteboards, videowalls, DOOH, control rooms and AV networking. As an example, Intel FPGAs bring vision and machine learning functions to products in a world where screens are no longer a one-way communication medium.

Stand: 11-B140, 14-M254

Free meeting software showcased TRUECONF Announced not long before ISE opened its doors, TrueConf Terminal 2.0 is a free software room endpoint designed for meeting and conference rooms. The program is installed on Windows PCs and controlled through a web browser. Users can assemble their own videoconferencing terminal on a Windows-based PC or laptop, and are free to choose any peripheral AV devices. All that is needed, the company says, is to connect

the terminal to a speakerphone, PTZ-camera via USB, and a screen or a TV-panel via HDMI. TrueConf Terminal 2.0 can also run multipoint conferences for up to 120 participants in Ultra HD resolution. TrueConf Terminal requires a connection to the TrueConf Server or TrueConf Online cloud. When connected to the TrueConf Server, it provides interoperability with existing videoconferencing endpoints by means of H.323/ SIP/BFCP protocols, telephony and Active Directory integration.

When connected to TrueConf Online, users can create free multipoint conferences over the internet without investment in infrastructure, the company says. TrueConf Terminal 2.0 is equipped with a built-in API which helps integrate the endpoint with any conference room control system and offers the potential to create specialised solutions for telemedicine, video banking, kiosks and remote consulting services.

Stand: 11-A102

Meeting Server gets ISE preview YEALINK

Ensemble is available as a one-screen or two-screen solution

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A distributed cloud-based videoconferencing infrastructure that incorporates multiple modules, including MCU, registrar, directory, traversal server and a meeting and device management server, the Yealink Meeting Server enables access for various endpoints, including room systems, video phones, mobile apps, PC software, web clients, Skype

for Business client and more. It supports virtualisation deployment (VMware and Hyper-V) as well as virtual meeting room. Scheduled meetings (through Outlook or the web) are also supported, as are ad hoc meetings. Meeting control is possible, with features including speaker mode, all mute, invite/ remove, lock, change layout and so on. Also on show is the company’s VC120-12X Full-HD Room System.

With a multipoint license for up to eight-way video conferencing and providing full HD 1080P30 video and content sharing, the VC120X features a 12x optical PTZ camera using a Sony sensor and ISP. It is equipped with a VCS phone capable of voice pickup up to 4.9m/360°. Its open API means that it can work with control systems from companies including AMX and Crestron.

Stand: 11-B100

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Ending the pain of meetings CISCO Having made its worldwide debut only a couple of weeks ago, ISE 2017 sees the European unveiling of the Cisco Spark Board. Designed, the company says, to end the pain of miserable meetings, it is an all-in-one meeting room product and wireless presentation device. Ultrasound wireless pairing technology is said to mean that anyone can walk up to the board, and the board will recognise that participant: no Bluetooth, special WiFi, network connection or remote control is required. It incorporates a number of

interactive whiteboard features built in to a 55in capacitive touch screen, designed to facilitate remote participation and sharing. All files are encrypted for security and saved to the cloud, enabling subsequent access from anywhere. A 12-microphone array with VoiceTrack technology – which automatically amplifies and modulates speaker voices – and a 4K, wide angle (+/- 89º viewing angle) camera with dynamic framing enable video conferencing and audio conferencing. The Cisco Spark is delivered entirely from the Cisco

The Spark Board is an all-in-one meeting room product and wireless presentation device

Collaboration Cloud, and the company says that each activity has been designed to help ensure that the user’s and administrator’s

experience is simple and intuitive. This, Cisco believes, makes the service easy to use and easy to manage. The service is provided

on a simple subscription basis, allowing services to be added on demand.

Stand: 11-C120

Taking interactivity to the next level WEPRESENT

The WiCS-2100 enables users to collaborate and give a wireless interactive presentation

Receiving its debut at ISE 2017 is the wePresent WiCS-2100 wireless collaboration system that allows users – in both corporate and educational environments – to collaborate and give a wireless interactive presentation from their Windows/Mac computer, smartphone or tablet. It features, according to the company, all the interactivity wePresent is known for, plus upgraded features such as faster processor and internal memory,

improved audience remote view and enhanced features for content sharing and discussion. The WiCS-2100 is accompanied by the wePresent Management Suite, a network management software tool to remotely manage and customise all wePresent devices in the network and for performing scheduled firmware updates. Also on show is the WiPG-2000 wireless presentation system and media streamer. It allows the projection of one device to up to four wePresent displays. The

WiPG-2000 acts as a dual-band wireless access point, at 2.4GHz and 5GHz, enabling the broadcast of an additional wireless SSID signal on either bandwidth, with full enterprise-level encryption. Other features include the ability to stream video files to the wePresent unit at full 1080p resolution with no latency; support for on-screen annotation; and the ability to play any document, image, audio or video file directly from a connected USB device.

Stand: 11-A129

YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO VISIT THESE COMPANIES, LOCATED OUTSIDE THE UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS ZONE

Bringing the app-driven world to business comms ASHTON BENTLEY The AV marketplace has not taken a big enough step into the app-driven world that is now greatly in demand by businesses globally, according to Ashton Bentley. Born out of an unresolved need felt by founder Roger McArdell while head of global media services for Barclays Bank, Ashton Bentley says it is restoring confidence in meeting room technology with technically advanced yet simple to use application-driven, AV and video conferencing room systems. Incorporating a new app platform, Ashton Bentley systems enable meeting rooms to be communication platform agnostic and fully managed and supported via a suite of remote administration tools.

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The company designs and manufactures a range of outof-the-box videoconference, telepresence and presentation AV room environments that simplify all aspects of deployment, operation, support and management. On the show floor at ISE 2017, Ashton Bentley is hosting talks in its auditorium, featuring a variety of guest speakers such as Chris Hewitt from Berkeley Global, Glynn Jones and Patrick Ferriter from Polycom, and Clive Sawkins from Pinnaca, on subjects such as how the shift of user expectations is leading to a new breed of simple systems and cloud-based services. Turn to page 10 to see today’s schedule.

Stand: 14-M200, 14-N305, 14-N300, 14-P400

Skype set for conference rooms CRESTRON In partnership with Microsoft, a professional solution built for Skype for Business is gracing the Crestron stand. The new Skype Room System offers a full HD AV experience for small and mid-size meeting rooms and spaces, as well as conference rooms. Users can quickly and easily join meetings, make phone calls, instantly share content in room and remotely, all from a touchscreen that manages the Skype Meeting. The Crestron Skype Room System offers HDMI and Crestron DigitalMedia inputs and outputs, six USB ports to connect audio devices, a camera, and other accessories, and a Cresnet port to add an occupancy sensor for automation and room usage reporting. Fred Bargetzi, CTO, Crestron, said: “At ISE visitors can see just

Users can join meetings, make calls and share content from a touchscreen how we have natively integrated Skype for Business with our AV and room control technology to make a collaboration system that can be easily deployed in huddle rooms and conference rooms across the enterprise. This system can be managed on the network, and provides the seamless, intuitive Skype for Business experience to any

meeting space.” Zig Serafin, corporate vice president, Microsoft, added: “The next generation of Skype Room Systems will bring the Skype Meeting experience to millions of meeting spaces, which today have only displays and conference phones.”

Stand: 2-C24

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Today’s CEDIA sessions All places in CEDIA’s ISE 2017 professional development programme are available for pre-booking via www.iseurope.org, with attendees able to take advantage of a discounted ISE 2017 Training Pass, entitling entry to unlimited CEDIA education sessions at the event (exclusions apply).

09:30-11:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

14:00-14:20 Free

Stand 1-F21

Future Technologies: The Silicon Valley Scoop

Watching Sports and Movies in the Year 2020

A new perspective on stampeding technologies, their importance, and how they can make you more profitable. Learn about dozens of new technologies that are emerging from the secret labs of Silicon Valley.

Technology has changed dramatically since the days when low resolution, black and white and mono sound were the norm for home viewing of movies and sports. We’ve come a long way, but what will the standard be in the next decade? Join us to see where your home entertainment business is going.

Speaker: Rich Green, Rich Green Design

09:30-11:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Speaker: Michael Heiss, M. Heiss Consulting

Room D202

Understanding and Trouble-shooting HDMI 2.0, HDCP and UHD Speaker: James Chen, Kordz

Understanding HDMI 2.0, HDCP and UHD and how they impact upon each other is an essential part of the successful integrator’s tool-kit. But it’s also an area fraught with problems for the home technology professional. This course takes a deep dive into HDMI operation.

09:30-12:30 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Room D302

Create a Client Care Plan for Your Business & Generate Recurring Revenue Workshop Speaker: Stuart Rench, ihiji

This three-hour session will feature real-life examples, group and individual collaboration, and plenty of opportunity and guidance to actively work on generating a service plan for your business.

10:30-10:50 Free

Stand 1-F21

Warning! Avoid these 10 Simple Things That Can Put You Out of Business Speaker: Leslie Shiner, The Shiner Group

You work hard to make your company a success. It would be a shame to have a simple mistake put you out of business. Come away with a checklist of 10 items that you need to focus on to keep your business afloat.

14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

Heating and Cooling Fundamentals For Smart Homes Speaker: David Edwards, Gira

This course explores the main heating and cooling systems used within a home technology installation. It looks at how these systems operate, the external factors that need to be considered in system design and how their control can affect the environment and the energy efficiency of the building.

14:00-17:00 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Room D302

Speaker: Geoff Meads, Presto AV

Speaker: Richard Hollinshead, Meridian Audio

Our lives are increasingly mobile, urban, connected and complex. As these trends continue we will have access to more content, in more formats, and in more places than ever before. Numerous applications are being developed. How will this look, sound and feel in 2020? We explore the possibilities. Room D201

New Technologies Update

The CEDIA Advanced Wireless course explores the physics behind a WiFi transmission, the fixed relationships between frequency, wavelength and bandwidth and the realities of WiFi hardware in buildings.

14:00-17:00 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Room D301

Developing your Brand Vision, Strategy and Tactics An Interactive Workshop Speakers: Peter Aylett and Omar Hikal, Archimedia

Speaker: Michael Heiss, M. Heiss Consulting This fast-paced and always interesting and entertaining presentation will bring you up to date on the latest technology trends including video content, display and distribution, audio format changes, connection and networking technologies, 4K, 8K and beyond, and how all of this will impact your business.

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Wireless Networking

Listening to Music and Movies in the Year 2020

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

This course will introduce you to the various levels of abstraction that are collectively referred to as ‘branding’, and leave you with a clear understanding of what branding is, what it is not, and how you adopt branding principles to help grow your business.

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

Designing with Voice

Wire, Wireless and Fibre? Understanding Bandwidth

Speaker: Dan Quigley, Amazon Alexa

Speaker: Simon Buddle, CEDIA

Designing a successful voice interface requires much more than simply implementing a menu of commands. Find out about the skills you need to integrate voice control effectively and improve the client experience in your home technology installation.

In this course we’ll start by looking at binary data. We’ll then use simple bandwidth calculations to understand how much bandwidth each system needs, and compare those bandwidth requirements with the capacities available from common carriers.

12:00-12:20 Free

Stand 1-F21

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Speaker: Dave Pedigo, CEDIA Vice President, Emerging Technologies

The Evolution from AV to Building Control (and What it Can Mean for Your Business)

Commercially available augmented reality and virtual reality games are powerful innovations now driving this sector. Is it possible for home technology professionals to ride the gaming wave and create a viable business revenue stream?

A look at how DIY AV and IoT solutions, building control (lighting, HVAC and blinds etc) can provide a new source of revenue with a wider market reach than traditional home technology installations.

Video Gaming In The Year 2020

Speaker: Mark Warburton, Ivory Egg

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There’s a NEW model in the showroom that’s worth a test drive Datapath iolite – the discreet solution for retail, public and corporate environments

Small size, Epic performance Compact for discreet use - fits easily under a counter or behind a display space Low running noise - doesn’t interfere with a working environment Multiple advertising walls - all from a single unit Can be used for capture or local signage playback Decode and share content to multiple locations simultaneously with Datapath’s SQX technology

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InfoComm sessions This year’s education programme features half-day InfoComm Conferences, three-hour InfoComm MasterClass sessions, two-hour Application Labs and 20-minute InfoComm FlashTracks. An All Access Pass provides entry to Conferences, MasterClasses and Application Labs, while FlashTrack sessions are free to attend. All sessions provide renewal units toward the CTS certification.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D203

InfoComm MasterClass: AVB/TSN – The Evolution of Ethernet and IP for Audio, Video and Beyond

Speakers: Brent Butterworth, Industry Expert, Avnu Alliance Consultant; Ben Wilmot, Biamp Systems; Zach Snook, Biamp Systems This presentation will educate AV and IT managers, integrators and specifiers on best practices for distributing time sensitive audio, video and control signals over an Ethernet network. Covering the network features, design considerations and protocol definitions used in AVB/TSN, it will provide attendees with an understanding on how to achieve networked AV success. Learning Objectives: • Understanding the advantages of AVB/ TSN (including: its ability to carry audio, video, and control; integration into converged networks; its open standards with implementation definitions made by a certification body; its ability to solve specific problems across many different vertical markets); • Grasp the fundamentals of AVB/TSN (Peer-to-Peer time of day clocking and synchronisation (gPTP); stream Reservations (SRP); automatic traffic shaping and queuing; discovery, connection, and control); • Illustrate how AVB/TSN provides a commonality of infrastructure applications such as performance venues, houses of worship, conference rooms, etc; • Explore the diagnostics tools available for AVB/TSN troubleshooting.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D204

Speaker: Brad Malone, MA, PMP, Partner, Navigate Management Consulting This course deepens the participant’s understanding of the key aspects within the four major management phases of AV integration projects. The course provides insight and clarity into the authority and responsibilities associated with the key roles within a project: Client(s), General Contractors, Consultants, End Users, Sales, Engineers, Project Manager, Team Members (Technicians, Programmers and Subcontractors), Purchasing, Warehouse, and Service. Includes a discussion on the different facets of an organisation which must be in alignment in order to gain the full benefits of mature project management.

Room D403

Defence Against the Dark Arts

Speaker: Paul Zielie, CTS-D, CTS-I, Manager of Enterprise Solutions, Harman Professional This course will use penetration testing (hacking) tools included in Kali Linux to demonstrate how systems are exploited by commonly available methods and defence strategies to avoid that exploitation. Students will learn how to use these penetration testing tools to check the effectiveness of their security configurations.

10:30-10:50 Price: Free

Price: €325 (members), €375 (non-members)

11:00-11:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Digital Signage in Corporate Office Spaces Speaker: Roberto Vogliolo, CEO, DOOH.IT

Digital signage adoption in corporate spaces is among the fastest growing of applications in the pro-AV market. This presentation will cover technology and editorial design, implementation and management of this specific kind of digital signage network.

11:30-11:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Meet Your Standards Now

Speaker: Ann Brigida, CTS, CStd, Director of Standards, InfoComm International This brief informative session will introduce you to the current suite of InfoComm International standards. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of what standards exist, how to get your copy and how to use InfoComm International standards in your everyday work.

12:00-12:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Mensen eerst ...Zelfs indien Technologie en infrastructuur veranderen

Speaker: Wouter Dierinck, Business Unit Manager, TD Maverick

InfoComm MasterClass: Project Management for AV Integrators

10:00-12:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

For information on how to sign up for the InfoComm All Access Pass go to www.iseurope.org or www.infocomm.org

Stand 13-N100

Technologie is een katalysator in onze AV wereld niettemin zijn het en blijven het mensen die deze verandering gestalte geven. De differentiator bij uitstek hier is de digitale cultuur aangestuurd door het platform en niet langer de producten an sich. Het zijn in deze de mensen die deze bedrijfscultuur kunnen veranderen... en dus de bedrijven zelf successen kunnen bieden.

12:30-12:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Introduction to Streaming

Speaker: Chris Jay, CTS, EMEA Trainer, Crestron Chris Jay will present a 20-minute introduction to media streaming and the benefits. Jay will be discussing the different types of streaming available; unicast and multicast, codecs, bandwidth, quality, latency, H.264, compression methods, control and integration into real-world AV solutions.

13:00-13:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Social Media Marketing for AV Pros Speaker: Gary Kayye, Founder, rAVe Publications

Social media shouldn’t be a separate marketing entity in your company – it should be on par with your overall marketing strategy. This session will go over the five social media platforms and apps that should be part of every AV integrator or dealer’s marketing plan.

13:30-13:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Explore the Floor

Hearing Assistance, Legislation and Opportunities

Speaker: L. William (Bill) Nattress III, CTS-D, CTS-I, Director of Channel Strategy for Paging, Biamp Systems

Speaker: Anthony Braun, Vice President, Williams Sound; Per Persson, Director of International Sales, Williams Sound

With over 1,000 exhibitors occupying 14 halls, the show floor can be a bit overwhelming. Join us for tips and tricks on how to make the best of your time at ISE. A must for first-time attendees! Don’ t miss out on any of the events, education or exhibitors that you came to see!

There is a need to more fully address the global health issue of hearing loss and how it affects our AV designs and integration. A number of assistive listening technologies can easily provide audio with speech recognition for everyone. These include induction loop, infrared, digital and WiFi. Each technology has its own advantages and challenges.

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Room D204

Creating a Smarter Campus In co-operation with SCHOMS

Speaker: Kieran Walsh, Regional Manager of Global Support Services for EMEA, Audinate

When designing networked audio systems, there is much to consider beyond getting audio from point A to B. Hear why solutions that leverage ‘layer 3’ technology enable radical new functionality and applications that simply can’t be done with other networking solutions or analogue connections.

Join your Higher Education peers to explore how technology innovations are creating smarter campuses and happy users. Discussion will centre on BYOD, remote management and troubleshooting, and learning spaces. Presenters include Sam Williams, MA (Oxon) DMS MCMI CBIFM, University of Lincoln, Scott Tiner, CTS, Bates College and other experienced technology management professionals. Meet your colleagues from across the region for this unique learning experience at ISE.

15:30-15:50 Price: Free

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International Room D203

Speakers: Gary Keene, Google; Chris Ellen, Arup; Jon Thompson, Barclays; Stuart Mitchell, European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts; Ben Pain, Royal College of Physicians; Deborah Jones, QEII Centre

How do we use all of those ‘numbers’ to select the best piece of equipment for the job? What are the most important ‘numbers’ to consider when specifying equipment? The session will revolve around the application of equipment specifications sheets. It’s not magic, it’s maths!

16:00-18:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D403

Analysing, Testing & Troubleshooting HDBaseT

Speaker: Chris Shipley, Product Manager AV Technologies, LINDY UK

We will focus on outcomes, creating value and making customers’ lives easier. Discover and discuss how Google fitted out its new London facility, how Barclays manages ROI, and how Arup has deployed collaboration tools. Session 1: ‘Deploying AV at Scale and Speed’. Google’s VC fleet numbers over 14,000 rooms. Gary Keene, AV Manager, Google, will present a case study on how user needs drove AV design and delivery for 2,400 clients at Google’s newest London office, and how the lessons learned will be applied to future projects. Session 2: ‘The collision of IT and AV’. Chris Ellen, Global Unified Communications Manager, Arup, will talk about the influence of IT on the AV industry – how the principles of good IT practice are being adopted into AV solutions, and how AV professionals need to keep pace and work collaboratively with IT professionals to deliver solutions. Session 3: ‘Investing in AV to Deliver ROI’. Jon Thompson, Global Head of Collaboration and Executive IT, Barclays, will provide an example of how the right investment in AV and media technology can enhance productivity and collaboration that delivers a tangible ROI. Panel discussion to finish. Moderator: Owen Ellis, AV User Group

Experience HDBaseT with LINDY UK. We will run through the basic set-up of this technology and discuss each major point in the chain, including the Dos and Don’ts of HDBaseT cabling as well as potential problems that may arise during installation. Focusing on a live demonstration with hands-on discussion, we will cover the additional features such as IR and serial control, Power over HDBaseT, Ethernet and audio. We welcome you to come along and join us to get hands on with troubleshooting HDBaseT.

16:00-16:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Effective Transitions to Service – How to Make Recurring Revenues More Profitable

Speaker: Brad Malone, MA, PMP, Partner, Navigate Management Consulting Most systems contractors and integrators who desire to generate recurring revenue through service and maintenance agreements have low-hanging fruit available to help reduce waste and increase profit that they don’t even recognise. This session will share proven tips, many of which can occur during the implementation phase of a systems integration project, which will have an immediate impact on your company’s profitability. Many you can do yourself – starting right away. In this session we’ll cover what they are, why they are valuable, and how to take advantage of them. Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Digital Signage: Proper Text Height Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International

When designing digital signage, how will we know that the text will be readable by our audience? In this session, we will discuss how to plan for text height in a given audience area, and how we can use this calculation in ‘space planning’.

14:30-14:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Design School: Audio Equipment Selection, by Specs

How AV Can Enhance the User Experience In co-operation with the AV User Group

14:00-14:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Why Layer 3 Networking Is Critical in Audio Networks

Speakers: Dr Gill Ferrell, Aspire; Sam Williams MA (Oxon) DMS MCMI CBIFM, University of Lincoln; Scott Tiner, CTS, Bates College; Paul Zielie, CTS-D, CTS-I, Manager of Enterprise Solutions, Harman Professional

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

15:00-15:20 Price: Free

16:30-16:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Installation School: Properly Structuring Your Gain

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International This session will take some of the ‘mystery’ out of properly setting up your gain stage. We will discuss the unity method and how ‘0dBu’ is the key.

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute NAVS: Security Against Hackers

Speaker: Stuart Willcocks, CTS-D, CTS-I, Audio-Visual Design Engineer, Google Security is paramount for today’s AV systems as hackers have been penetrating our market looking for new targets. There is a public search engine that crawls the internet just looking for devices being exposed to the public. AV integrators sometimes don’t even know that their devices are publicly accessible, leaving the potential for their products to be hacked from anywhere in the world. Join this session to look at how hackers find a way into your AV systems.

17:00-17:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Führende interaktive Technologien und deren Eigenschaften in der Pro AV Branche Speaker: Diana Wöllmann, Product Manager Solutions, Lang AG

Die professionelle AV Branche kann nicht mehr ohne Interaktivität funktionieren. Daher ist es wichtig sich kontinuierlich über die aktuellen Technologien zu informieren. Dieser Vortrag gibt einen kurzen Überblick über interaktive Technologien der AV Branche und stellt deren Eigenschaften heraus.

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SHOW FLOOR THEATRES

This year’s line-up of informative and inspiring Show Floor Theatre sessions is bigger than ever

11:00-11:30 Is bigger really better when it comes to displays?

14:30-15:00 Financing innovations in digital media networks

11:30-12:00 CIO migration approach to 4K IP video distribution

15:00-15:30 Hotel guest room technology - simultaneously satisfying guests and hoteliers

Brian McClimans, VP global business development, Peerless-AV

ZeeVee

STAND: 8-D360

12:00-12:30 AV over IP made easy (and powerful)

Ashley Azzopardi, service architect, Red Hat (presented by Kramer)

12:30-13:00 New InfoComm Micro-Credentials

Alla Orlova, MA, director of curriculum development, InfoComm International

13:00-13:30 Analytics for offline retailers and how to leverage O2O opportunities Jaume Portell, CEO, Beabloo

14:00-14:30 Reinventing the meeting room

Evan H Fisher, DSCE, Daktronics

Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

15:30-16:00 NHL and the growing power of both HDBaseT and streaming solutions for game decisions, sports broadcast and OTT needs Bryce Button, product marketing manager, AJA Video Systems

16:00-16:30 Time to face up to the facts of digital signage safety!

Brian McClimans, vice president, global business development, Peerless-AV

16:30-17:00 The impact of good sound on business

Stuart Stephens, sales & project engineer, Shure Distribution UK

Arjan Haverkamp, Crestron

11:00-11:30 The art of winning more projects

Mark Warburton, technical director, Ivory Egg. (Presented by KNX)

11:30-12:00 Interactivity and collaboration in the smart office

Michael Bailly, director of product planning and marketing, visual solutions, Sharp Europe

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12:00-12:30 Innovative solutions for the modern smart home Andriy Borovskiy, Larnitech

12:30-13:00 How will we use projection in the future?

Lukas Brus, CEO, Lumitrix

13:30-14:00 KNX case studies

Iain Gordon, president, KNX UK, GES Digital (presented by KNX)

14:00-14:30 Leveraging IoT to deliver breakthrough employee experiences in the workplace

14:30-15:00 Smart building, living smart

Jack Zhan, Guangzhou Video-Star Electronics

15:00-15:30 Creating experiential moments with LED displays Patrick Halliwell, managing director Daktronics UK

15:30-16:00 Transitioning traditional electricians and custom installers to smart electricians and integrators Julian Barkes, KNX sales and marketing, BEMCO

16:00-16:30 TBC Domotz

16:30-17:00 Voice-enable all the things with Alexa

Dean Bryen, technology evangelist, Amazon Alexa

Mark Miller, workplace transformation evangelist, Cisco’s World Wide Collaboration Strategy Organization, Cisco

11:00-11:30 Turbocharging your AV network bandwidth and saving cost using TICO lightweight low latency compression Jean-Baptiste Lorent, director of marketing and sales, intoPIX , with Sukhdeep Hundal, CTO, Icron, as co-speaker

11:30-12:00 When your Unified Communications solution hasn’t unified your communications: the evolution of UC and what’s next

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Ted Colton, Crestron

12:00-12:30 The future of video conferencing architecture Jon Tracey, StarLeaf

12:30-13:00 Evolution of the future of work

Steve Smith, regional sales director, Oblong Industries, in conversation with Mandeep Jawa, emerging technology architect, PwC

13:00-13:30 DOOH and programmatic: conquering the learning curve Jody Smith, product manager, BroadSign

14:00-14:30 Workplace of the future

Tim Stone, vice president, marketing, EMEA, Polycom

14:30-15:00 3D video conferencing: opportunities and pitfalls Stanislav Soldatov, CTO, TrueConf

15:00-15:30 PICK OF THE DAY VC is dead. Long live VC.

Stephane Delorenzi, director portfolio strategy, Logitech Traditional videoconferencing is being radically disrupted. What is driving this paradigm shift? What new solutions are emerging and how sustainable will they be? What ecosystems of services and devices are on the rise, and how will they transform the way we interact and do business?

15:30-16:00 Collaboration technology to support business skills for 2020 Nancy Knowlton, CEO, Nureva Inc

16:00-16:30 Interactivity and collaboration in the smart office

Michael Bailly, director of product planning and marketing, Visual Solutions, Sharp Europe

16:30-17:00 Raising the visual bar in 24/7 control rooms with RGB laser videowalls Suchit Rout, strategic alliances & business development, Barco

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11:00-11:30 PICK OF THE DAY Deploying WiFi Audio for assistive listening: when, where, and how

11:00-11:30 Can we leave out all the wires now? When and how to use, and when NOT to use wireless control

Lance Glasser, PhD, president and CEO, Audio Everywhere

Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

WiFi Audio is the new alternative to Loop, RF and IR systems for assistive listening. Lance Glasser presents the best-known methods for WiFi Audio system deployment.

11:30-12:00 Smart home and IoT: changing business models

11:30-12:00 Integration of touch solutions in education

Tukang Li, global business director, Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology Co

Paul Williams, sr VP of product management, Control4

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12:00-12:30 The HDMI over IP explosion. Why is it happening now? Daniel Adams, Just Add Power

12:00-12:30 Leveraging AES67 to integrate large audio and video systems

13:00-13:30 From application to system, bringing the smart home together!

Iain Gregory, director, solutions and marketing, Harman

Simon Leblonde, smart space commercial VP, Voltimum

13:00-13:30 EN54-16 from manufacturer to distribution: challenges in maintaining voice alarm compliance

13:30-14:00 Recurring revenues through monitoring and automation: how CI can learn from security

Neil Voce, head of business development, ASL

Adrian Johnson, CEO, Visualint

13:30-14:00 Professional cinema calibration

14:00-14:30 Voice and touch – perfect in unison

Berno Nigsch, MSc., NTi Audio

TBC, Crestron

14:00-14:30 Conferencing systems from Bose

14:30-15:00 Distribution technologies for flexible processing and routing of AV signals

Darryl Bryans, product line manager, Bose Professional

Chris Shipley, product manager AV technologies, LINDY

14:30-15:00 The embedded voice of smart buildings

15:00-15:30 The future of tech support is here: Domotz + Fing’s disruptive network monitoring and managed services for AV integrators and hardware manufacturers

Bob Katz, CEO, Revolution Acoustics

15:00-15:30 Standardising on technology: how Imperial College London enabled success through a consistent lecture experience

Domenico Crapanzano, CEO & founder, Domotz + Fing

15:30-16:00 Voice control: breakthrough in the smart home and IoT

Caroline Carter, Imperial College London, and Philip Stanley, Revolabs (presented by 22MILES Wayfinding)

EXHIBITOR SESSIONS Crestron

Room G102

Max Amordeluso, EU head of Alexa Skills Kit, Amazon Alexa

Arcam

Room E001

08:30-18:30 Arcam UK-based multi-award winning manufacturer of high-performance audio and video systems. World renowned for innovative and stylish hi-fi, home cinema, custom install and iPod/iPhone connected products including network audio and HD video.

11:00-12:00 Crestron residential programming sessions Learn how to integrate the Sonos App and Amazon Alexa Voice Control into Crestron systems.

12:15-13:15 DigitalMedia: the next generation Streaming 4K 60Hz 444 HDR is real – learn about the latest digital media technology. An in-depth look at technologies and applications that highlight streaming video capabilities.

13:30-14:30 DSP workshop Provides a detailed look at the latest audio solutions from Crestron including Avia DSPs and software tool, new multichannel and modular utility amplifiers, and new speakers.

15:00-17:00 CSP network event

Martin Audio

Room E104

11:00-12:00, 13:00-14:00, 15:00-16:00, 17:00-18:00 Martin Audio loudspeaker demo

(Speaker: Robin Dibble) Join us for our loudspeaker demonstrations to hear CDD, CDD-LIVE!, O-Line and the brand new BlacklineX while learning about the technology behind the products.

Exclusively for CSPs, this meeting will cover all the latest news and updates from Crestron.

Steinway Lyngdorf & Genesis Technologies South Europe

d&b audiotechnik

10:00-18:00 Discover the design + technology possibilities

Room E103

10:30-11:00 Product listening session with d&b

(Speakers: Janko Ramuscak / Wolfgang Schulz) Experience the sound of d&b, including the Y and xC-Series, as well as the latest additions to xS.

12:00-12:30, 16:00-16:30 The d&b Soundscape: the & factor

(Speakers: Ralf Zuleeg / Marcus Bäumler) In this session d&b will reveal the thinking behind the next evolution in loudspeaker system design. Here the concept of source and space can be examined – and experienced – in the first public demonstration of a d&b Soundscape.

14:00-14:45 Sound futures

The VIP Lounge. A fusion of luxury design and technology lifestyle solutions created by industry pioneers Genesis Technologies, Steinway Lyngdorf, Barco and Poltrona Frau. The VIP Lounge offers an immersive sense of design, created to discover the transparency of technology intelligence through a luxury design environment. Discover the design + technology possibilities.

Epiphan Video

Room D508

11:00-11:30 4K live video streaming

(Speaker: David Kirk) From doing a full live 4K video production, including switching between multiple 4K cameras, to using a single 4K camera to produce a show with virtual camera angles – what are the practical applications for 4K live streaming today, and what options are right around the corner? Learn with industry expert David Kirk as he describes the 4K scenarios he finds most common today and where things are moving in the coming months.

(Speaker: David Claringbold) Entertainment, sports, retail and leisure venues have traditionally been designed as single purpose buildings, but modern venues are increasingly implementing diverse programmes driving 24/7 utilisation. In this session, former director of Sydney Opera House David Claringbold will explain why this demands new ways of approaching audio technology and why now is the time to further our understanding of how high-quality sound can add value to life, art and enterprise.

HDBaseT Alliance

17:00-17:30 Interoperability and integration with d&b

14:00-17:00 HDBaseT installer expert program

(Speakers: Janko Ramuscak / Wolfgang Schulz) Examples of high-profile multipurpose installations will illustrate how the unique acoustic qualities of d&b loudspeaker systems are paired with specialist features for realising a fully integrated solution, including the Ethernet-based remote protocol AES70/OCA and third-party media control.

Room E108

Room F002/F003

(Speaker: Daniel Shwartzberg) This course looks at the principles of HDBaseT technology and its main practical applications, including technology principles and architecture, installation dos and don’ts and best practices, product certification and interoperability, Spec 2.0, and a hands-on tutorial and demonstration.

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Why do you think the ISE show has managed to grow year after year?

Because the use of high-quality but costeffective audio and video media by organisations for advertising and PR, professional training and general education, documentary and live recording and a myriad of other uses, is ever increasing. ISE is the show that brings those high-quality equipment and service providers together for the benefit of the corporate, education, sports and industrial user – as well as the broadcast content creator who can now create high-quality content at a fraction of the cost.

Roger Henderson CEO, TSL Systems Stand: 12-F67

It’s very hard to say what makes a successful show, but whatever it is, ISE has the formula. An easy to reach location that is attractive to visitors and exhibitors, sufficient scale to cover all aspects of a very diverse industry and a well put-together programme of educational and promotional events have combined to create a show that attracts more exhibitors and visitors each year. The Friday was a little quiet last year – I’m hoping that more visitors will take advantage of the extra day in 2017.

ISE has acknowledged the integration of A and V from the beginning and offers a unique platform for these individual markets, instead of only focusing on AV as an already integrated market. We see more and more of our pro-audio distributors, and also those from outside Europe, coming over for this show. Besides that, the show offers a unique level of education and business-focused support; this is far more than just a show of products that people could also see online: it’s ‘Tradeshow 3.0’.

Ian Crosby Sales and marketing director, Zytronic Stand: 8-E350

Tom Back Co-founder, Alcons Audio Stand: 6-H148

There is a lot to be said about getting your product or technology prepped to meet the world. It can be a great catalyst. The rising level of participation simply shows how important it is to be a part of the larger pro-AV community, and how critical it is to have the chance to engage the community around your particular story in person. There is also an international market exposure that comes with being in Amsterdam, one of the great crossroads of the world, that brings a vitality to the show that is great to experience.

Charles Dobson VP global sales, AptoVision Stand: 12-H55

Modular multiviewer for UHD and IP production RTS INTERCOM SYSTEMS The new Axon SynView modular multiviewer, capable of handling both 4K and any IP video formats, is being showcased on the RTS Intercom Systems/Bosch stand. Designed for use as a standalone unit or as part of an Axon Synapse signal processing system, the SynView solution is compatible with a wide range of applications

and from small to extremely large monitoring walls. The only single field latency (20ms at 50Hz and 16.7ms at 59.94Hz) multiview system on the market, its modular nature means that it can be combined with over 300 different processing modules to provide a system that truly stands out from the competition, the company notes. The new SynView consists of two basic models, each available

Updated Montage on show DISPLAYNOTE A new version of its Montage for Meetings wireless presentation system – with improvements including 1080p support and faster connectivity for in-room and remote participants – is being demonstrated by DisplayNote at ISE 2017. The company is also now making Montage available as software. Designed, the company says, to help users to make the most of meetings by eliminating time wasted messing with cables, passing screens and wondering if everyone can connect, Montage is simply connected to a meeting room display via an HDMI cable. Multiple attendees can connect with up to six devices wirelessly presenting to the main meeting

room display at the same time from in-room and remote locations. Meeting attendees can join with a session on any device via a Windows app, Web Browser, Chromebook, Android or AirPlay. Screen touch control or mouse can be used to reorder how attendees’ screens are displayed on the meeting room screen. An in-app whiteboard helps users quickly sketch ideas, annotate and brainstorm and then share it with their team. Montage, says DisplayNote, features enterprise-grade security: data is communicated over TLS and DTLS, and protected with asymmetric cryptography at 2,048 bits with a 256-bit symmetric session key.

in two versions (SDI I/O or Ethernet I/O). These versions can be mixed and matched to build a hybrid multiviewer with up to hundreds of inputs and eight 1080p heads (on SDI) or two heads with UHD/4K resolution. Also on show is the latest version of Axon Cerebrum, able to monitor and control multiple devices on one easy-to-use interface.

The SynView modular multiviewer can handle 4K and any IP video formats

Stand: 2-C50

Low latency, lossless compression INTOPIX The company’s new TICO lightweight low-latency lossless video compression is the topic of discussion with visitors to the intoPIX stand. Jean-Baptiste Lorent, intoPIX’s director of marketing and sales, is providing insight into what he believes are its benefits in efficiently and invisibly tackling important cost and video bandwidth challenges in AV network infrastructure. “TICO is enabling the industry’s

first 100m single CatX cable solution extending UHD 4Kp60 4:4:4 video with USB 2.0 and 3.1 Gen 1,” said Lorent. “We’re showing how TICO has pushed the boundaries of today’s compression technology with a state-of-theart, innovative codec assuring visual quality, keeping power and bandwidth at a reasonable budget and reducing significantly the complexity and cost of the infrastructure without adding any latency.” According to Lorent, his company’s new compression

technology provides lossless image quality and enables HD and UHD 4K to be easily carried over low-cost IP network infrastructure with a 1G or 10G interface, even in multi-stream configurations. On top of this, he added, its selectable latency down to only a few pixel lines ensures absolute real-time and instant operation. intoPIX has submitted TICO to SMPTE and is, said Lorent, promoted by several AV manufacturers, some of which are also members of the TICO Alliance.

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DIGITAL PROJECTION

CHIAYO ELECTRONICS No fewer than five new projection systems are being launched at ISE 2017 by Digital Projection. On the company’s stand is a 4.5m-wide 4K projection wall, using the company’s new INSIGHT Dual Laser 27,000 lumen solid-state projector with a native contrast of 2,000:1. It is 3D-capable, offering both sequential and dual pipe formats. Dual flash processing and dark time insertion are said to offer greater flexibility and comfort when projecting in 3D, and the system can be synchronised for active glasses. Featuring ColorMax for large-scale imaging, alongside scaling and edgeblending, the INSIGHT Dual Laser can be controlled via the Projection Controller PC application. Digital Projection is also extending its HIGHlite series to provide a 4K option. The HIGHlite 4K-UHD is a 3-chip DLP system with 12,500

The INSIGHT Dual Laser delivers 27,000lm lumen brightness and a native 2,000:1 contrast ratio. It also features in-built geometry correction for maximum flexibility. The company notes that its projectors can be found throughout the show floor. Integrated with Wings Engine Raw 8K super media servers, a number of Digital Projection INSIGHT 4K Quads are

featured on the AV Stumpfl stand. The Navitar stand is using a HIGHlite Laser projector, while the Calibre stand is projecting with four HIGHlite projectors. dnp is taking advantage of the E-Vision 6800, and Stewart has a Digital Projection E-Vision Laser 8500, a projector that is also being used on the Wyrestorm stand.

Stand: 1-F44

Artistic LED innovations on show ELATION PROFESSIONAL

displays while maintaining pixel pitch and without visible gaps. The new Fuze Series of dynamic

LED wash luminaires uses singlelens RGBW COB LEDs, which Elation LED-based launches are the order of promises makes for an extremely the day at Elation’s stand. homogenised field of light The EVHD Series is a new and wide palette of colours. family of LED display panels Available in moving aimed at artistic video layouts. head and IP65-rated PAR Available in three different versions, the Fuze models pixel pitches (2.8mm, 3.9mm feature fully premixed and 5.9mm), the black-face colour looks and an EVHD video panels feature a extremely flat field of light lightweight, fanless and bezelfor a wash of high-quality free design with durable diecoloured light. cast aluminium frame. All Fuze Series fixtures A modular frontinclude a wide zoom angle maintenance construction range, full 100% electronic means the panels can be dimming, variable dimming mounted just inches off a wall, curves and high-speed while accessibility from both strobe. The lens face back and front contributes to appears as one colour easier installation and more instead of individual LED convenient service. Elation diodes, providing a nonclaims designers are able to pixellated look. Designers can create seamless curved video displays with the EVHD create seamless curved video Stand: 12-F40, 7-P190

Being demonstrated here at ISE 2017 is Chiayo Electronics’ new 2.4G digital two-way tour guide system. Chiayo Electronics’ mini bodypack receiver, the DCR511, can function just like a walkie-talkie, allowing the group leader to interact easily with others in the group. To raise a question, users simply need to press and hold the talk button so that the leader and other members of the group can hear. Moreover, on the leader’s bodypack transmitter (DCT-511) is a 3.5mm audio input for a personal device, such as an MP3/MP4 player or smartphone. This enables leaders of tour groups to play back detailed information to group members. Another unique feature of the tour guide system is its charging

The DCR-511 mini bodypack receiver can function just like a walkie-talkie methods. Each unit has an embedded lithium battery that can be charged via a mini USB port in different ways. One is to charge it with other units in a HC-520 charger which tackles 20 devices together. To charge a single unit, users can connect to an AC outlet with an adaptor or to a power bank that provides power to any 5V device, such as a smartphone or tablet.

Stand: 3-A111

Camera automatically tracks lecturer ISMART VIDEO The LTC-A2100N tracking camera from iSmart Video is a lecturer tracking and board writing detection system that consists of an IP HD lecturer tracking camera and an IP board writing detecting camera. When the board tracking camera detects the action of writing on the board, it triggers the lecturer tracking camera to automatically move to a pre-defined position and start tracking the lecturer. If no writing

is detected, the lecturer tracking camera can either keep tracking the lecturer or return to a predefined position and start tracking there. The system is designed to eliminate the need for manual tracking and/or configuring additional sensors to enable tracking. It uses both motion detection and facial recognition which iSmart says provides smooth and accurate lock and track: it does not, for example, track minor movements. Pan (-170º to +170º) and tilt (-30º to +90º) motion and auto zoom keep the subject in the centre of the image and in focus.

Stand: 11-F136 The LTC-A2100N tracking camera is a lecturer tracking and board writing detection system

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Turning 2D to 3D COLORLIGHT The 3D sender by Colorlight is designed to enable an ordinary 2D LED display to switch seamlessly into a 3D display without any additional hardware changes. It employs dual image technology to display demanding 3D content on even basic screens. It boasts 4K signal reception capacity, together with 4Gb Ethernet outputs for arbitrary splicing to

support super-large screens, and extra USB ports to support a chain of additional units. Colorlight claims the 3D sender thus allows users to create impressive 3D experiences. Features include the ability to play 3D content on existing LED displays, displaying 1.31 million pixels at a maximum width of 2048 pixels and a maximum height of 2160 pixels in 3D mode. The control panel can be used

Extending virtual reality

to quickly set up a screen without a computer, while the LCD shows realtime screen information. The solution supports input from HDMI and DVI, and offers the ability to adjust brightness by 256 levels at the touch of a button. As well as dual USB 2.0 for high-speed configuration and easy cascading, it also allows systematic time encryption and the ability to set a preset image to display on start-up.

Stand: 12-H31

The 3D sender can display demanding 3D content on even basic 2D screens

Maverick combines Icron’s extension technology with the intoPIX TICO lightweight compression engine

ICRON TECHNOLOGIES A live interactive virtual reality extension demonstration is taking place for the duration of the show on the Icron Technologies stand in the Discovery Zone, using the company’s new Maverick UHD video and USB 3.1 extension platform. The Maverick platform is an integrated extension solution combining Icron’s proprietary ExtremeUSB USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) extension technology with the intoPIX TICO lightweight

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compression engine enabling extension of UHD 4Kp60 4:4:4 video and all type USB peripherals over a single CatX cable up to 100m. Maverick is being made available to OEM customers to support their specific design applications. In addition to UHD and USB extension, Icron’s ExtremeUSB suite of features includes transparent USB extension, true plug-and-play with no software drivers required, as well as compatibility with all major operating systems: Windows, MacOS and Linux.

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VOXPOP Why do you think the ISE show has managed to grow year after year? ISE presents a great launch pad for new products and ideas. For manufacturers, it’s one of the opportunities during the year to meet face to face with customers from all over the world. Core Brands has a substantial footprint in both the residential and commercial markets, so the show’s dual focus adds to the benefit. And as these markets overlap, it creates opportunities, for example, for us to showcase our ELAN control platform to light commercial customers.

It has a wide range of different technologies, many of which are new and it allows the industry and visitors to get a great overview of what is available. Exhibitors like us get more than just access to visitors; the event helps us to build long-lasting relationships, and it’s easy; we are all under one roof with the emphasis on easy networking. The venue works well, as does the rest of the city to handle the vast numbers which flood in for the week.

Bill Hensley Director of marketing, Core Brands Stand: 1-N53

Mark Stanborough Sales manager EMEA & APAC, Cabletime Stand: 10-P116

The easy-toaccess central geographical location is a key factor – plus low-cost fights are usually plentiful – only the usually chilly February climate is not always agreeable! The February timing is important, as it’s perfect for making new product introductions early in the New Year. It’s also advantageous that the majority of products on show are generally available for the European market.

Bryan Sinclair International sales manager, WolfVision Stand: 1-M20

New line of AV over IP extenders available KANEXPRO A new line of AV over IP extenders supporting the latest 4K resolutions with multi-point to multi-point communication from KanexPro are making their market debut at ISE 2017. Set for shipping in March 2017, the AV over IP extenders provide colour-critical 4K resolutions, USB KVM support for remote device sharing over IP and optional compression levels and video formats, including H.264 and MJPEG. The EXT-AVIP4KTX and EXT-

AVIP4KRX are a multi-function transmitter and receiver set supporting transmission of ultrahigh-definition signals (up to 4K2K@30Hz, YUV444). The system includes additional functions, such as bidirectional IR pass-through for control of devices, analogue line level in/out and microphone input. The USB function allows the system to act as a USB hub; combined with the VGA input and output feature, it enables the system to be used as a KVM switch. Featuring extensive user-friendly control options, the transmitter and receiver set can be controlled by via on-screen display,

Telnet, IR remote, web GUI and RS232 commands. The EXT-AVIPH264TX and EXTAVIPH264RX use the advanced H.264 codec for compression, which makes them occupy lower bandwidth and transmit over the LAN more smoothly. They support 120m over single Cat5e/6 cable at point-to-point, as well as multipoint to multi-point over Ethernet switch. The extenders utilise Smart IP Address Setting Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and wide-band IR pass-through to control the source (38kHz to 56kHz).

Stand: 14-K142

Mounts for public displays LUMI LEGEND Chinese bracket and mounting technology Lumi Legend has announced its new DL Brand Video Wall Mounting LVW Series for digital signage and video displays, which includes features that are said to make installations faster, easier and more affordable for the installer. Product manager Aaron Wang believes the new design offers the installer the best value choice when it comes to their videowall installation products. The LVW Series is described as providing a professional videowall solution while offering universal compatibility with a load capacity of 70kg. The units ship without support piping, which allows the installer to customise and use the system with any industry standard 40x40mm or 45x45mm T-slotted extruded piping – keeping the system economically

Partnership with Rebox

iEAST’s wireless multi-room audio system and 4K HDR media player

IEAST ISE newcomer iEAST, a home AV brand, is announcing an exclusive distribution and reseller partnership with Rebox BV, which recently added the iEAST products to its portfolio. iEAST is showcasing two new product lines, one of which is a wireless multi-room audio system, including WiFi audio source and WiFi amplifiers, aimed at those wishing to build a wireless background music system in the home or office, in shops, hotels and public venues.

It comes with features such as multi-room streaming and internet radio. It enables the user to seamlessly integrate Spotify Connect, Deezer, Pandora, Tidal and other music services into one place. It also comes with a user-friendly app. Also on show is the 4K HDR media player with new features such as Atmos and DTS: X. Features include HDMI2.0, HDCP 2.2, USB3.0, 1000M LAN, 4K HEVC 60fps and 3D features. It’s pitched at 4K home cinema applications.

Stand: 6-K156

Big screens on show SCREENLINE For the first time at ISE, Italian manufacturer Screenline is demonstrating its largest screen. The motorised Doctor Maximilian is available in sizes up to 12m, and is specifically designed for the cinema industry, theatres and large venues. The company says that, thanks to an innovation used in the welding of the fabric, all of the imperfections, reflections and other failures typically associated with a large screen are eliminated. The motor has both acceleration and deceleration ramps and a double limit switch, and is said to be fast, smooth and completely silent. Also on show on the company’s

stand is its Big Frame screen. Designed for large-scale projection both indoors and out, the Big Frame is available in custom sizes up to 10m. Manufactured with an aluminium frame reinforced with zinc-coated steel, the PVC screen features eyelets around the perimeter that are fastened to sliding bolts positioned in a groove on the back of the frame. Screens over 6m wide are supplied with an additional rear vertical bar to ensure rigidity. The Big Frame also benefits from an adjustment system to compensate for thermal expansion. It is delivered as standard with a wall mounting kit, but T-stands for floor-based deployment are also available.

Stand: 1-H85

The LVW Series of mounts can carry 70kg shippable and environmentally friendly, Lumi Legend says. The LVW Series also includes a pop-out extension designed to allow for ease of cabling, wiring changes, and maintenance. The quick-release latch keeps displays in place and

has been designed to firmly secure or release displays instantly. Finally, a built-in multi-dimensional precision micro adjustment is said to guarantee that depth, height and tilt positioning is perfect every time.

Stand: 1-E68, 1-E72

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VOXPOP How important is AV over IP to your customer base?

How much further down this road do you think they will progress?

AV over IP is vitally important, and with the rapid expansion of ‘free-toair’ services from the likes of YouTube, Facebook and others, the platforms and opportunities available to users can only grow further. Let us hope the devices for viewing this content and the content itself will also grow at a similar pace. The big question is that of bandwidth and how cost effective that can become over networks such as 4G. It may have to be the arrival of 5G when real progress is made.

Tim Liggins Product evangelist, Technovia Stand: 6-E150

The convergence of AV and IT (or IP) is a major move that cannot be understated. Our customers need to deliver more content to more places on reduced budgets. At the same time, the ever-increasing demand of higher quality never wavers. AV over IP allows for new workflows and better efficiency while still keeping up with the demands. This convergence will continue until AV is fully enveloped by the IT world.

Will Waters Director, product marketing and sales enablement, NewTek Stand: 12-F62

Audio over IP is critically important as it presents our customers with an intuitive method of routing audio sources over their standard IP networks. Audio over IP solutions such as our new Dante card have the ability to deliver dynamic real-time content, creating a broader range of engagements and lower cost of ownership for customers. There is substantial opportunity for many businesses to cost-effectively transition their workflow from legacy to AoIP networks.

Most of our customers see AV over IP as the inevitable future. While many are embracing it, others are more reluctant. We believe everyone will eventually adopt these technologies, but the real question is how quickly they will progress down this path. By demonstrating innovative new concepts that are enabled by IP-based connectivity, we at Riedel are working to make this transition as smooth, cost-effective and beneficial as possible for our customers.

Nicki Fisher Sales director EMEA, Clear-Com Stand: 7-K180

Christian Diehl Product manager, Riedel Communications Stand: 6-H152

Smart Power comes to ISE New products for rental and staging ISOTEK The worldwide launch of Smart Power is taking place at ISE 2017. There are three models in IsoTek’s Smart Power Range: Alpha, Beta and Theta. Each has a greater level of power cleaning technology combined with full programmability through an RS232 interface or smartphone application, which can connect via LAN or Bluetooth. A discreet 1U rack-width component, Alpha features six C14 IEC output sockets along with RS232 via traditional and USB ports, LAN Ethernet port for WiFi control and antenna supporting Bluetooth. Alpha protects connected equipment up to 40,000A. Input power is via standard IEC C16 connection.

A 2U rack-width component, Beta features six UK (BS1363), European Schuko or American 3-pin output sockets along with RS232 via traditional and USB ports, LAN Ethernet port for WiFi control and antenna supporting Bluetooth. Input power is via a standard IEC C16 connection. Beta also reduces Differential and Common Mode mains noise, and protects connected equipment up to 40,000A. Finally, Theta is a 2U rack-width component. Input power is via higher amperage IEC C20 connection. Theta also features six sophisticated power cleaning circuits, one to each output socket; these remove both Differential and Common Mode mains noise.

Stand: 14-N307

There are three models in the new IsoTek Smart Power Range: Alpha, Beta and Theta

LIGHTWARE There is a strong demand for products serving niche uses and environments within the AV industry. It’s with this in mind that engineers in the Lightware labs have created a new line of rental and staging products. The first of the series was introduced last year in the form of the MX2-8x8-HDMI20-Audio matrix, while the other is new for 2017, the optical extender pair HDMI20-OPTC-TX_RX200-PRO. Both devices are truly HDMI 2.0 compatible, featuring full 4K resolution at 60Hz with 4:4:4 colour space. Both are compact and operate with low noise and feature a colour graphic display, said to be easily readable in various lighting environments. The pair also have a handy jog-dial

New for 2017 is the optical extender pair HDMI20-OPTC-TX_RX200-PRO pushbutton for front panel control. These extenders and the matrix are capable of splitting a full 4K, full colour space signal into two vertically split halves, which can be fed into a compatible sink via two HDMI input ports. Also, they can perform 4:4:4 to 4:2:0 signal colour space downscaling. The HDMI20-OPTC-TX_RX200-

PRO has fixed front mounting ears and also mounting threads on the top and one of the sides of the housing for safe and secure installation, conforming to the most strict safety standards. This extender has two gigabit Ethernet ports for the two HDMI outputs to fully serve two separate projectors’ control needs.

Stand: 3-C125

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Video stars on stream NEWTEK The real-time media encoding and live streaming video delivery system MediaDS is on show in Hall 12. Newtek is also demonstrating a complete multi-camera production system with capabilities for video and audio mixing, live encoding and streaming, virtual sets, automation and more. MediaDS is a hardware and software solution merging NewTek’s live production technology with the Wowza streaming server in a 1U footprint.The end-to-end streaming solution allows producers to launch multi-channel content networks from their production site and deliver a live video stream

directly to their viewers. It sports four SDI inputs supporting up to 3G 1080p and integrated NDI technology that supports live input and output over IP. With support for dedicated multiviewer monitoring, a local operator can observe all video streams in real time or focus on a specific channel fullscreen. They can manage image and sound quality with integrated waveform and vectorscope displays, independent colour correction tools and multichannel audio level control available for every stream. Producers can stack multiple channels from the same source and encode them into different renditions as a grouped stream.

Stand: 12-F62

PROJECTA The Extensa, a new large motorised projection screen with a ‘perfectly flat’ tab-tensioned

projection surface, has been launched. Projecta claims its tensioning cable system prevents warping of the surface, and ensures an even lateral tension for a flat viewing area. With the launch of the Extensa series for medium to large venues, the company’s range of tab-tensioned projection screens now encompasses screens with a width of 6m. The Extensa is designed for use with HD Progressive projection

materials, a technology for projection surfaces for 4K and Ultra HD. Projecta says that HD Progressive prevents pixel loss and noise in the image and is formulated to create a surface free of microscopic variances. Extensa screens can be mounted to the wall or ceiling using three brackets which can be laterally positioned. Custom size options are available for both the case and projection screen surface. In addition the case is available in any desired colour for optimal integration into any interior.

Stand: 2-C42

Extensa is designed for high-resolution projection with a perfectly flat surface, in combination with HD Progressive projection materials

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EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS Paddy Baker Paddy Baker has worked in B2B publications for more than two decades. He has been involved with The ISE Daily since 2008, making this his tenth stint in the editor’s chair. During this period his main role has been editor of Installation, where he has overseen the transition from a print-only title to a multifaceted media brand combining print, online, awards and events. He is also executive editor of Tech&Learning UK. Prior to joining Installation he edited One to One, a title for the optical media manufacturing market. Pete Brewis Over his 15 years writing and editing international technology and design publications, Pete has worked extensively with both manufacturers and design practices around the world, bringing their latest projects to a global audience through in-depth project reports, profiles and long-form interviews. Pete is based in Manchester, UK. Michael Burns Michael Burns has been a journalist, editor and content producer working in the design, film, broadcast, audio and interactive sectors for around 20 years. His work can regularly be found in publications and online, including Broadcast, TVBEurope, Broadcast Tech, SVG Europe, Digital Arts, The IBC Daily and more. Burns has had four books published covering digital art and multimedia production, does occasional work as a producer for conferences and digital agencies, and keeps an enthusiastic eye on VFX, design and animation at www.firedbydesign.com Tim Frost Tim Frost has been a technology writer and broadcaster since the 1970s, as a freelance journalist and as the editor of several titles within the UBM and NewBay stables. He managed the development of NewBay’s online publishing and event activities before moving to the European Sports Video Group. Tim’s journalism focuses on audio, broadcast, cinema and IT technologies and business development. He has written for a range of UK and international press including Installation, Empire, TVBE, LSI, The Observer, AV, PSNEurope and the Sunday Times. His video work includes the ISE Daily videos and developing YouTube channels, including the VisionAndTechnology channel.

Heather McLean Since 2000 Heather McLean has been a technology, business and education journalist and editor. As an editor today Heather runs Smart Chimps, an online publication focused on the mobile ecosystem, and educational sector magazine Tech&Learning UK. Over the last 15 years Heather has written for all the UK broadsheets, as well as publications including TVB Europe, Fierce Wireless Europe, E-Forex Magazine, The Economist’s Executive Briefing. She also works on The IBC Daily and The IBC Daily Executive Summary at IBC, Amsterdam, and BVE Daily at BVE, London. Ian McMurray Despite being an English literature, graduate, Ian McMurray joined the computer industry when 4K was enough memory to write a multi-user accounting suite. In 1996, however, he was asked to become European marketing manager for TI’s nascent DLP business, and was active in bringing the new technology to the attention of projector, display and TV manufacturers as well as potential end users throughout the region. He became a freelance writer in 2003, since which time he has contributed a monthly feature to Installation magazine as well as writing extensively for The ISE Daily. Joao Martins Covering broadcast, film and professional audio and video technology for more than 25 years as founder and editor of several leading publications in Portuguese and Spanish, since 2013 Joao Martins has been editor-in-chief of USbased audioXpress, a magazine and website dedicated to audio electronics, audio product development and design, and international editor for Voice Coil, a periodical for the loudspeaker industry. Focused on technology and innovation, he previously worked for Elektor, the Netherlands-based global electronics magazine, and is International editor for the Brazilian Television Engineering Society (SET) magazine. Lindsey Adler Lindsey Adler is editor of the US-based NewBay Media title Systems Contractor News (SCN). She also serves as editor of the InfoComm Daily and managing editor of the CEDIA Daily. She has written extensively on both the residential and commercial audiovisual businesses for systems contractors and custom installation professionals. She can be found canvassing the expo halls in search of the latest future workplace enablers, most immersive audio demos, dazzling visual displays, and the next generation of AV technologists.

George Cole George Cole has been a technology writer for more than 20 years, covering information technology, AV technology, consumer electronics and educational technology. His work has appeared in a wide range of consumer, trade and technical publications including The Times, Financial Times, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Practical Photography, New Scientist, PC Pro, Newsweek, The Times Educational Supplement, Get Connected and Independent Electrical Retailer. He has also written technology guides for the BBC’s Radio Times magazine and website, and been a digital camera reviewer for The Register technology website. David Davies David Davies has been writing about professional AV and broadcast technology for 15 years. He is editor of Sports Video Group (SVG) Europe and continues to contribute to a host of trade publications, including PSNEurope, PSNLive, Installation and Audio Media International. He has also been a part of the team for The AES Daily, The IBC Daily and, since 2005, The ISE Daily, for which he served as executive editor (on-site) in 2013. In addition, he is active as a copywriter and sub-editor. Steve Montgomery Steve Montgomery has been involved in the professional AV and broadcast industry for over 20 years, and still works as a consultant and system integrator in large screen and digital signage installations and distributed video systems. He has written for a wide variety of specialist pro AV and broadcast magazines, covering a variety of topics from the perspective of users and integrators. He also assists manufacturers in creating readable marketing and technical support material. His main interest is in understanding technology and concepts and turning it in to informative communication. Monica Heck Monica Heck is a bilingual freelance journalist and copywriter based in Dublin, Ireland and working internationally. She has been ‘in tech’ for over 15 years, in marketing before training as a journalist. Monica writes about broadcast, pro AV and IT in print and online. Aside from technology, she loves reading and writing about business, art, science and music. Her confusing Swiss-Irish genetic mix makes her the most organised laid-back person you’ll ever meet.

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Fanless 4K player for multitouch Stand out from the crowd CAYMON MDINA MEDIA The latest fanless line of digital signage players, including a 4K player, aimed at applications such as videowalls and menu boards, is on show at ISE 2017 on the Mdina Media stand. The fanless 4K player is capable of driving 30-60Hz content to a 65in 4K One Display Solution multitouch screen, with a touchscreen overlay integrated into real handcrafted mahogany. Another ISE first is the introduction of what the company describes as the smallest fanless player in the market to date. This single output player can run under extreme temperatures, comes with a vandal-proof multitouch screen and can be used either indoors or outdoors.

Stand: 8-H315

White wall racks and slide-out 19in units are the order of the day on the Caymon stand. With almost every other rack being typically coloured black, Caymon decided to try something new with its WPR406 and WPR409 racks. The six- and nine-unit 19in wall racks now also come in a white version. Tom Van de Sande (pictured), marketing manager, Caymon, said: “In a stage context, a black rack is the obvious choice, but with 90% of office walls being white, the idea to bring out a white rack makes perfect sense. Our WPR white series simply blends in much

better with the office environment in which it is mostly used.” Flush installation of 19in equipment is made possible using the GPR series racks which are compliant to ANSI/EIA RS-310D, DIN41491 and IEC60297 standards. The slide-out construction allows rack integration into walls or furniture, while keeping the rear side of the equipment accessible for maintenance and servicing. The extending equipment bay rotates over a 90° angle in either direction, while a rear cable support allows effective cable management. They come available in various heights, ranging from 12 up to 24 rack space.

Stand: 7-N190

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Luxury Florentine digital signage TOTEM OF DESIGN A new digital signage housing unit, Monnalisa, is making its ISE debut.

The new collection, inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, blends technology and design to provide high visibility exposure and

multimedia support to products in luxury environments, such as shopping centres, showrooms and museums. This ‘visual catcher’, made from materials such as wood, precious metals, marble or leather, is available in sizes ranging from 32in to 55in, and can be completed with LCD, LED, OLED displays of any brand, running any platform with PC functionality, either on slot or as a separate unit. The totem can be fully customised to meet customer requirements and is designed as an object of beauty first and foremost, before it exists as a technology item.

Stand: 8-K354 Inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, Monnalisa supports the promotion of products in luxury environments

Going live with virtual mixing WAVES The eMotion LV1 software mixer – a digital mixing console for FOH, monitor and broadcast engineers – is being showcased in Hall 7. Based on Waves SoundGrid technology, which offers a low-latency environment for high-precision audio processing, the system features a 32bit floating point mix engine with up to 96kHz sample rate, 16 DCA faders, eight mute groups, and eight user-assignable shortcut keys. Each of the mixer’s channels (64 stereo/mono input channels, 36 bus/ return channels) has its own plugin rack capable of running up to eight Waves and third-party SoundGrid-compatible plugins, meaning audio professionals

can mix live with hundreds of their and efficiency in a live environment. favourite plugins, all running inside The eMotion LV1 can be controlled the mixer itself. using industry-standard hardware All plugin presets and chains saved controllers, multi-touch screens and in eMotion LV1 can be shared with the diverse portable devices, from four Waves MultiRack and StudioRack touchscreens to a single Windows or plugin hosts, which, according to Mac laptop, or tablet. the company, enables a seamless move Stand: 7-V245 between live and studio environments. The mixer’s channel strip, with standard EQ, filters and dynamics processing, is provided by Waves eMo plugins. The company says the eMo D5 Dynamics, eMo F2 Filter and eMo Q4 Equalizer are designed Waves claims the LV1 gives users unprecedented control over every aspect of sound for maximum clarity

The WPR white rack series blends in much better with the office environment in which it is mostly used

Digital guides add to conversation LINKX ELECTRONICS The new eTour TG-200 and TG-201 digital wireless tour guide systems build on the successful digital TG-100 series, adding optimised features and new technologies to the market. The new product fundamentally improves signal stability, according to the company, as well as extending the transmitting range, and increasing the number of simultaneous active groups in one single area. The TG201 digital UHF two-way tour guide system features a two-way duplex communication function that allows receivers to have conversations within the group. The units offer a choice of elegant navy, warm grey or white finishes. An easy-to-read LCD screen displays channel number (up to around 250 channels are available), volume, two-way status, battery meter and charging condition.

The units offer three-button operation and a two-way activated switch. Specially made microphone accessories accept external multimedia and wireless content transmitted to the receivers. The built-in 1300mAh Lithium polymer battery provides more than 20 hours of continuous use per charge. Linkx says the use of Li-Polymer rechargeable batteries dramatically reduces the cost of purchasing a disposable battery, whilst significantly reducing the environmental impact through their disposal or recycling. Normal charging is via micro USB connector, but optional 2/12/35/60/70-slots charging cases and stations are available. A customised narrow-band model with double the number of available channels – the TG-200N – is available upon request.

Stand: 7-P230

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Real time 180° multiNew HTML5 client platform camera system demoed EASESCREEN

ALTIA SYSTEMS PanaCast products deliver a natural looking, immersive 180° video experience through realtime video stitching of an array of miniaturised cameras. Altia Systems has expanded its portfolio from PanaCast 2, the world’s first panoramic-4K plug-and-play USB camera, introduced last year, to now include PanaCast 2s and the PanaCast 3D VR Kit. The PanaCast 3D VR Kit is the first system to deliver 180° 3D content with full 4K resolution in real time, with in-device panoramic video stitching. It makes user-generated 3D videos possible for content creators with point-and-shoot simplicity. The fully stitched and synchronised content is available in real time, with a ‘what you see is what you get’ preview, to help creators see and adjust what they are creating

or recording instantly, without having to wait for post production work to experience the content. It brings immersive 3D capability within reach of content creators interested in creating virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality experiences. PanaCast 3D VR kit produces videos with live preview support, and creators can share content directly via any broadcast app, such as Wirecast, Facebook Live or YouTube 360. The fully stitched 3D video can be uploaded immediately and viewed on head-mounted displays (HMD) like Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, etc, and viewed in real time on the Avegant Glyph and similar devices. On an HMD, the experience resembles what one would see on an immersive, cinematic screen. It will be available in the first quarter of 2017.

Stand: 13-E72

A newly developed HTML5 client is being shown for the first time on the easescreen stand, along with a redesigned web interface with numerous extensions. With its HTML5 client, the software is completely crossplatform and compatible with all

Stand: 8-N275 The redesigned web interface includes a modern design and numerous extensions

Remote meeting room management GLORY STAR GROUP

The PanaCast 3D VR Kit is the first system to deliver 180° 3D content with full 4K resolution in real time, with in-device panoramic video stitching

relevant digital output media, both on wholesale or touch displays, as well as monitors, tablets and smart phones, regardless of the operating system. The client supports projects ranging from the intuitively operated digital signage system through to complex applications with interactive and data-dependent content.

All standard easescreen functions are also available with the new HTML5 client, right out of the box. The redesigned web interface includes a modern design and numerous extensions, as well as a graphical monitoring tool, a number of industry-specific templates and interfaces, as well as digital and media asset management systems. Using dynamic triggers and any given combination of parameters, it is possible to align communication and marketing measures to a consumer’s time and location in a more targeted way. Large quantities of digital content can be easily managed and searched for in a variety of formats, and different media formats can be distributed to any output devices in real time.

The Jarvis meeting room tablet, supporting the remote management of fully equipped function rooms, is on show at the Glory Star Group stand. Supporting end-to-end meeting room management, Jarvis supports room booking, equipment

reservation and communication, such as reminders, with all participants. The solution aims to ensure the full utilisation of all function rooms at all times. Users can control meeting room booking traffic via access control and a lighting signal showing the status of various rooms (available, ready to use, occupied)

helps to avoid interruption. The tablet size is 10in, but it can be customised, while VESA mounting supports wall or desk mount options. It supports POE, with a single cable required to connect WiFi and power. The tablet connects to smartphones and PCs through an app.

Smart retail signage player Mirror illusion televisions showcased NEXCOM INTERNATIONAL

The NDiS B535 fanless digital signage player, featuring the 6th generation Intel Core processor, aims to help retail stores increase sales, build customer loyalty and optimise floor design by reaching out to customers through personalised in-store offers and by helping to monitor on-shelf availability and track foot traffic. The Nexcom NDiS B535 is equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7-6700TE or i5-6500TE processor, built-in Intel HD Graphics and support for 32GB of DDR4 2133 memory with a dualsocket configuration. The digital signage player can handle parallel, intensive

data and graphic processing, and can run in-store promotions while pushing membership rewards to nearby mobile devices, detecting foot traffic and customer demographics, while conducting inventory counts in the background. For in-store promotions, the NDiS B535 supports creative, videogame-like, 4K2K contents with the unified display output of three HDMI 2.0 ports, accelerated media codecs, including HEVC, and the latest API support, such as Microsoft DirectX 12 on Windows 10. To interact with its surroundings, the digital signage comes with a set of interfaces to connect to IP cameras, product tags, and ambient detectors.

Stand: 8-H235

The signage player can run in-store promotions while detecting customer demographics and conducting inventory counts

VIDEOTREE The newest range of Mirror televisions from Videotree are being showcased at ISE 2017. These centrepieces pose as an elegant mirror, while moonlighting as a hi-tech television when switched on. With slick visual imagery and a sleek and subtle contemporary design, the range is designed to offer a sophisticated mirror televisions experience. Videotree Mirror televisions are completely borderless and provide a crisp reflection when the screen is turned off, and clarity when on. Videotree offers a range of bespoke finishes, including behindglass options for televisions hidden beneath glass walls and glass kitchen splashbacks. Standard-sized televisions are supplied with a splashproof remote control for easy and versatile channel hopping, while larger televisions are provided with a fully waterproof remote control.

Stand: 8-E295

With slick visual imagery and a sleek and subtle contemporary design, this range offers a sophisticated mirror televisions experience

Useful for commercial digital signage, Videotree’s use of high contrast industrial panels makes them a low-cost option for a wide range of environments including marine, hospitality, leisure and health resorts. With optional IP connectivity, each mirror television

is capable of linking to new or existing services. All models are available with additional external speakers, and hidden glass exciters can be used on bespoke Mirror TVs where the glass is larger than the display.

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Immerse yourself at ISE 2017 The inaugural Immersive Technology Zone is sure to get your pulse racing with its array of virtual environments for visitors to explore, encompassing virtual, augmented and mixed reality. The environments provide an understanding of how these technologies differ and the business challenges they can help overcome. The Driver Sim – showcasing the enhanced impact of VR when combined with perfectly synched motion and audio – is just one of four experiences presented by experiential designers Holovis. Users wear a head-mounted display and sit in a motion platform driver rig. All content is rendered in real time so as people take corners, slip off course or break suddenly, every bump, skid and acceleration is replicated by the motion platform, making people feel like they are really experiencing the adventure. Driving is a classic and heavily commoditised use of VR, but Holovis

is sharing insight into how this is being used to simulate real-world environments, with one of the most compelling cases being to demonstrate the risk of fatigue while driving. While relevant for everyone, this concept is being championed within the building industry, with people coming off site after long days having been identified as a high-risk group for fatigue-induced motor accidents. The actual roads upon which they travel can be rendered in real time by the Holovis Media team. With all senses catered for in a immersive environment, from vision to audio with SFX and perfect motion alignment, they quickly fall into believing they are really there. An operator can then, at any time, deliver the moment of jeopardy, with a crash simulated in a safe but highly realistic environment, that makes the dangers clear in the most hardhitting way.

The Immersive Technology Zone is located in the Park Foyer, outside Hall 8 Holovis’s Dan Gordon, Gren Spencer and (seated) Luan le Ngoc

SM Series aids huddle and meeting room collaboration TECHLOGIX NETWORX The SM Series from TechLogix Networx is redefining the usability, versatility and cost of huddle room, meeting room and classroom collaboration, the company claims. The system provides both AV switching and display control for the cost of most 40in displays using table insert controllers and a professional-grade switcher. The system supports an under-table mounted switcher and up to three table inserts that lock securely to conference room tables or podiums. Connectivity is available for HDMI, VGA and DisplayPort source devices. The table insert design provides connectivity for sources such as laptops and tablets, as well as display

on/off and source selection control, which is designed to be simple enough for any user to understand with virtually no training. According to TechLogix Networx, an entire meeting can be run with only two buttons: an ‘on/off’ button, and a ‘show-me’ button, which switches the active input channel to the table insert on which the button was pressed. The system also features automatic switching for sources that are not connected to the table inserts, such as media players, fixed PCs, or document cameras. When a source is connected and/or powered on, the system will recognise the input and automatically switch to that channel.

Stand: 5-V100

The system provides both AV switching and display control for the cost of most 40in displays using table insert controllers and a professional-grade switcher

Next-gen USB video capture NANJING MAGEWELL ELECTRONICS The USB Capture Plus series, the latest addition to Magewell’s USB Capture family of video interface devices, is making its debut on the company’s stand. The new dongles add features, including expanded audio support, enhanced user controls and signal loop-through, on select models. Magewell’s USB Capture Plus devices allow all types of computers, including laptops, to capture professional video and audio signals through a standard USB 3.0 interface. Featuring a driver-free design and automatic input detection for true plugand-play operation, the dongles support Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems and offer broad compatibility with popular streaming, encoding, live production, collaboration, videoconferencing and lecture capture software. Available in three models with a flexible choice of input connectivity, the USB Capture Plus series is pitched at applications ranging from broadcast, live event streaming and medical imaging to corporate

USB Capture HDMI Plus supports 4K HDMI inputs at 60fps

training and gaming. USB Capture HDMI Plus captures video up to 1920x1200, 1920x1080 or 2048x1080 at 60fps over a HDMI interface. Loop-through connectivity enables source signals to be simultaneously sent to a monitor or projector without the need for an HDMI splitter, simplifying wiring while saving costs. It also supports 4K HDMI

inputs at 60fps (with 4:2:0 colour subsampling) or 30fps (4:4:4), down-converting them automatically to HD for capture and recording. The USB Capture SDI Plus provides similar functionality for professional broadcast and production workflows, capturing video up to 1080p60 with embedded audio via 3Gbps SDI.

Stand: 8-F235

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