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2020: a giant leap in video gaming Pedigo: “More people watch others playing games than play themselves”

one of five Show Floor Theatres located across the RAI. The theatres were designed, built and managed by ISE production partner Improve.

BY GEORGE COLE Stunning video games that combine cutting-edge graphics with reality are set to arrive within three years. That was the prediction of CEDIA vice president (emerging technologies) Dave Pedigo in his presentation yesterday, “The Future of Video Gaming in the year 2020,” part of the CEDIA Talks programme. “The video games industry is incredibly strong and getting better. Video graphics are getting so good that you can’t tell the difference between real life and the

game,” said Pedigo. The next big leap in video gaming will be virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), according to Pedigo. VR involves wearing a special headset that isolates the player from others, while AR combines computer graphics with reality – the gaming sensation Pokémon Go is a good example. The popular image of a typical gamer is a teenager sitting alone in a bedroom, but Pedigo noted that “gaming is very sociable – more people watch others playing games cont on page 4

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Digital Signage Summit ISE

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ISE managing director Mike Blackman quoted some impressive statistics during his pre-show press conference yesterday morning. Of the more than 69,000 people who had registered ahead of the show opening, 35% have never been to ISE before – paying

testament to the event’s ability to reach new markets. These visitors, 20% of whom are from outside Europe, hail from a total of 176 countries. The 1,193 exhibitors, representing 47 countries, are occupying 47,200sqm (net) of stand space in the show’s 14 halls.

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Cineversum is exhibiting on stand 14-P416

Kajsa Ollongren (centre), deputy mayor of Amsterdam, joined the traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony that opened ISE 2017 yesterday. Immediately beforehand she gave a speech in which she described how the show will provide inspiration for the Amsterdam Smart City project: “You are going to help us with finding solutions for crowd control, for issues of sustainability, and in becoming one of the

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smartest cities in the world.” She is flanked by senior executive representatives of ISE, CEDIA, InfoComm International, the ISE board and the RAI Amsterdam, Pictured (L-R) are Craig Janssen, Dave Labuskes, Tobias Lang, Ollie French, Wolfgang Lenz, Vin Bruno, Ollongren, Maurits van de Sluis, Paul Riemens, Mike Blackman, Wendy Griffiths, Dennis Erskine, Terry Friesenborg and Tony Warner

Acendo Core huddle Putting iPads in walls, floors and halls room solution introduced VIVEROO

HARMAN PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS The Acendo Core complete presentation solution for huddle spaces and small meeting environments is being introduced by HARMAN Professional Solutions at ISE 2017. Acendo Core features direct integration with Microsoft Exchange and one-touch Skype for Business, as well as native document viewers to help teams improve collaboration and maximise productivity. “In enterprise office environments, time is a valuable resource, and outdated conference room equipment can cause unnecessary delays and frustration,” said Paul Krizan, product manager, networked AV solutions, HARMAN Professional Solutions.

“Core enables teams to get to the heart of their meeting as quickly as possible and make optimal use of smaller spaces. From document sharing to web conferences to web browsing, no other solution gets a meeting started faster or more efficiently.” HARMAN says that users can easily start a meeting with the click of a button. If the meeting is scheduled as a Skype for Business meeting, participants can join without having to search for a link in a meeting invitation. Built-in document viewers and rendering allow users to present content without bringing anything to the room. Users can simply start a session, navigate to their document on a USB drive, network drive or the web and begin their presentation.

Tablet computers offer a superb user interface, which is why more and more enterprises are making them the device of choice when it comes to interacting with customers, clients and colleagues. At ISE 2017, German company viveroo is demonstrating a wide range of tablet integration solutions for the Apple iPad. “We are focusing on the iPad at present, but plan to move into other tablets later on,” said Michael Pelster, viveroo managing director. iPads can be found in many locations including shops, hotels, smart buildings, galleries and exhibitions, and many of these require specialist integration, “When you use an iPad, it needs to be fixed in one place and ready to go,” said Pelster.

Pelster: “The possibilities for integration are almost endless”

The viveroo stand includes iPads that are built into walls, floors and tables. However, fixed does not mean static, and iPads installed in walls or tables can, if required, be rotated

between landscape and portrait orientation for greater flexibility. “The possibilities for integration are almost endless,” said Pelster.

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2020 video gaming than play themselves. Around 100 million people watch other people play video games online every month.” As a result, Pedigo, expects AR to grow much faster than VR, because

it can offer a more sociable gaming experience, “In 2016, the VR market was worth around $4.5 billion globally, while AR was virtually nothing. But in 2020, the AR market will be worth $90 billion, compared with $30 billion

for VR.” However, over the next few years, games that combine VR and AR will emerge. “We are going to get a mixed reality,” said Pedigo, who demonstrated an exciting VR/AR fighting game developed by Modal VR.

Pedigo warned that AV installers need to plan for the future, “This new generation of gaming is going to have huge bandwidth requirements, so that means using fibre.” Pedigo told the ISE Daily that consumers should

be excited about the new games coming down the track, “By 2020, there will be virtual video arcades. We are going towards a really immersive experience when it comes to gaming,” he said.

Glasses-free 3D technology gets European distribution STREAM TV NETWORKS A new distribution agreement has been announced by Stream TV Networks that sees Beta Digital Media Solutions (DMS) appointed as the first UK distributor of Stream TV Networks’ Ultra-D glasses-free 3D solution. Stream TV has also collaborated with Signagelive (Stand: 8-K232) and IAdea (8-K320) , also distributed by Beta DMS, to deliver a full 3D digital signage solution designed specifically to enhance visual displays in public areas. Ultra-D is proprietary technology that generates a light field, which addresses human depth perception in a way close to seeing the real three-dimensional world. This solution is complemented by Signagelive’s offering, a cloud-based digital signage software platform that enables Stream TV Networks to deliver its Ultra-D

solution to all customers who want to add the glasses-free 3D screens to existing networks. The final part of the jigsaw is IAdea’s XMP-7300 4K media player, which is now Ultra-D compatible. Simon Ford, vice president, business development, UK and Europe at Stream TV Networks, said: “This is a licensed technology and we needed to create an ecosystem to support that. Beta DMS fit into our ecosystem in a supporting role. “We believe this technology is the next evolution in digital signage,” continued Ford. “From a digital signage perspective, you’re setting yourself apart,” he commented, referring to the use of glasses-free 3D technology used in retail, versus 2D. Graeme Little, sales director at Beta DMS, added: “[This deal] is the perfect opportunity for us to enhance our digital signage capabilities. This is a differentiator for the channel. In certain

environments, where you need the ‘wow’ factor to make an instant impact, this is really significant.” He warned: “If resellers don’t take on these new technologies they’ll just become a ‘me-too’ reseller.” Ford told the ISE Daily that he met with Jason Cremins, CEO at Signagelive, at ISE 2016 and from there, the pair hatched a plot to combine forces, which has been developed over the course of the past year with IAdea and now Beta DMS. Cremins stated: “We give resellers a choice of what they can go to market with. We’re not trying to replace 2D, but 3D enables something to stand out and become special in a sea of digital.” Beta DMS is also offering its resellers design and management services for client content used in the Stream TV Networks and SignageLive bundle.

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Simon Ford at Stream TV Networks, Jason Cremins at Signagelive, and Graeme Little at Beta DMS celebrate their new partnership

Fear the virtually dead

Grab a device and join in the zombie gameplay

Never has the threat of having to save ISE from a zombie apocalypse been more real than in the Immersive Technology Zone, presented by experiential designers Holovis. An EVISION 8500 Digital Projection projector displays a variety of content that, when experienced through a mobile device, unveils a hidden augmented reality experiential layer. All content has been created by the Holovis Media and software development teams to showcase how AR can be utilised by any business to gamify and evolve their own hidden narratives and the positive impacts this can have. In the case of the zombies, passersby are invited to grab a device and join in the gameplay, technologically showcasing the interactive networked capabilities within AR, with the application demonstrating how any passive scenario can be transformed into a rich form of entertainment. Queue lines in theme parks are a great

example, with the engaging AR content used to alleviate boredom, support wider ecosystems by taking people on a physical journey to food & beverage or merchandise stores and extending the guest experience through the story being told, encouraging repeat visits. Anything can be transformed into a fiducial marker, which is a trigger for AR, from printed graphics to the dashboard of a car and rollercoaster structures. Holovis has worked with Jaguar Land Rover to create iGuide, an AR app that when held above the dashboard explains all the need-to-know features and controls of the All-New Discovery. This doubles as an owner’s manual, ensuring people have the answer to every question at their fingertips. This is just one of the business applications being showcased in larger-than-life form on the AR wall.

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No more ‘smart’ homes It is said that you should never assume, and Vin Bruno, CEO of CEDIA, is a subscriber to the principle. “Something we have realised is that we should never take for granted that everyone in our industry knows everything they want or need to know,” he says. As an example, he cites a course that CEDIA is running here at ISE 2017 on building racks. In theory, that’s a

basic skill for integrators – yet the course was oversold. In fact, as Bruno points out with pride, CEDIA has almost doubled the number of people attending training at ISE. “We have some really compelling courses running,” he notes, going on to explain that his vision for CEDIA is that it should be perceived as the pre-eminent provider of technology training –

Not just a projector company CHRISTIE If you thought Christie was only a projector company, ISE 2017 provides an ideal opportunity to find out how the company has been reinventing itself such that it now offers image delivery solutions across a broad spectrum of platforms. “We’re trying to approach our customers from the point of view of their application, rather than from the perspective of our technology,” explained Jeevan Vivegananthan, senior director, product management. “What is their environment? Are they looking to deliver information, or a spectacle? We’re looking to help them have the best experience possible.” An example is Ultrascape, a new direct view LED display under development that Christie is showing off on its ISE stand. Ultrascape has been developed by Christie to introduce the

inherent advantages of LED (high brightness, low maintenance and cost of ownership) required for 24/7 mission critical applications, and for those looking to use direct view LED to address unconventional and creative videowall design, utilising the greater reliability and mounting precision the applications demand. Also on show is an example of Christie’s work with RGB, with its latest 6P RGB laser. The company has gone on to develop its modular laser system, Christie Freedom, an evolution of its split-head designs used in ProVenue projectors that offered scalable and transferrable illumination. According to Vivegananthan, Christie’s next series of 3DLP RGB laser systems will accumulate and evolve these innovations into what will be the first total integration (illumination and cooling) system for omni-directional installation.

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Built-in digital signage BRIGHTSIGN The new BrightSign HS123 built-in HD module is intended for integration into OEM commercial products. The module makes it easy for manufacturers to embed the company’s digital signage technology directly into their displays. It resides on a single board that measures 70mm x 100mm and is based on BrightSign’s media platform, which includes

a hardware-accelerated HTML5 rendering engine that supports Full HD (1080p60) video. The first two companies to integrate the module are AVNU Digital and Industrial Image, both showcasing their new displays in sizes ranging from 10in to 32in. “We built this module, which is part of the HD3 Series, because it allows a lot of second tier manufacturers to get their hands on a built-in media player at a much lower cost point, to integrate it and

training which is increasingly being taken on the road and online. That, however, is far from CEDIA’s only ambition. Bruno also believes the organisation has a vital role to play in bringing in the people the industry needs as market opportunity grows, and CEDIA is targeting schools and universities to make students aware of the opportunities presented by a career in

technology integration. “We have got to get young people to aspire to the profession,” he continues. Another subject which Bruno is passionate about is the number of opportunities he sees. He says: “First, we need to move rapidly to a position where we’re no longer talking about the ‘smart home’ or the ‘connected home’ – because the day isn’t far off when

we will take it for granted that our homes are smart and connected. They will just be ‘homes’. That transition is happening right now.” “Secondly, we as an industry need to start thinking of ourselves not so much as technology integrators, but as technology managers for our clients. Not only will that bring value to our users, but it is also potentially highly profitable for our members.”

IntelliMix P300 Audio Conferencing Processor introduced SHURE The IntelliMix P300 Audio Conferencing Processor, a new digital signal processor created specifically for conferencing applications, has been introduced here at ISE 2017 by Shure. According to the company, the P300 offers Shure IntelliMix DSP algorithms that significantly enhance the audio quality in video meetings, a variety of connectivity options, as well as seamless operation with Shure Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless microphone solutions for AV conferencing. The device is designed to be a compact, simple-to-install solution providing professional conferencing technology, offering the right set of features to create a highly intelligible, collaborative meeting experience in huddle rooms and medium-sized meeting rooms. The new processor connects up to eight Dante microphone channels to a room video system, USB soft codec or mobile device. Each channel supports multiple IntelliMix DSP features, including acoustic echo cancellation (AEC), noise reduction, and automatic gain control. These features provide full duplex communication for echo and noisefree meetings.

sell it on,” said Jeff Hastings, CEO of BrightSign. “This is the first time we have provided in-built players and we think it’s a nice way to turn dumb screens into smart screens.” The signage player manufacturer also recently announced the

Robert Pletz, marketing manager EMEA for the Shure systems group Robert Pletz, marketing manager EMEA for the Shure systems group, told the ISE Daily: “The P300 is the missing link for Shure products. It’s a signal processor that is designed to be used for AV conferencing. “We haven’t had any echo cancellation or noise reduction [in our portfolio] before, but now we have with the P300. This is specifically designed for small to medium-sized rooms, and is perfectly paired with Microflex Advance.” The fixed architecture provides simple and intuitive set-up, resulting

integration between all BrightSign Series 3 and 2 players and the ONELAN CMS 3.0. “Our strategy is ‘purple boxes everywhere’ and therefore, partnerships with software companies,” continued Hastings.

in less DSP programming and commissioning time onsite. The USB connectivity enables the P300 to be used with common soft codecs such as Skype and BlueJeans, while the 3.5mm connector is designed to allow anyone on a mobile phone or tablet to easily bring any remote participant into the required conversation. Its compact half-rack footprint enables discrete installation behind a display, under a table or in a credenza.

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“Our hardware is not vertically focused, but our software is.” BrightSign’s first player to support the Intel Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) is also on show in Amsterdam.

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Insights into the Russian Market Event

Wireless chargers introduced

Tomorrow ISE 2017 is hosting an event where leading Russian distributors and systems integrators will be providing in-depth insight and information on the Russian AV systems integration business. The Insights into the Russian Market Event will take place from 16:00 till 18:00 in Room E102, Ruby Lounge. Manufacturers looking to expand into Russia and CIS will have the opportunity to connect with key Russian distributors and communicate their needs. Likewise, Russian distributors looking to grow their product portfolio and distributed brands can link up with manufacturers.

Two types of wireless charging products are being introduced by Kramer. The first is the TBUS1-KWC, a modular table- or podium-mounted complete cable management solution with a wireless charging lid. The second is the KWC-1, a table-mounted product that is exclusively a wireless charging spot and needs only a single-hole installation. Along with these two products, Kramer offers wireless charging receivers for both Lightning and Micro-USB connections for mobile devices without Qi compliance. Kramer’s VIA GO is designed to give iOS, Android, Chromebook, PC, and Mac users quick wireless connectivity and advanced presentation technology for small meeting environments. The company describes it as a simple, straightforward way to walk into a meeting room, connect instantly and start presenting.

Russian 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. Areas that will be covered will include: Perspectives on the Russian and CIS markets; key projects involving the corporate and residential markets; delivery and customs clearance of goods; and the best ways of marketing promotion to the Russian market. Complimentary drinks will be provided during the break. If you would like to take part in Insights into the Russian Market Event, simply turn up on the day. Registration is on site.

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Raviv Kramer, deputy CEO at Kramer, whose ISE 2017 stand sets its focus on AV over IT The product features content streaming of mirrored images and video playback and includes mirroring for iOS, Android and Chromebook. With built-in WiFi, VIA GO can sit on the internal network

Offering unlimited configurations Return of the MA40 AUDIPACK

From simple, one-monitor solutions to what the company describes as unlimited configurations, Audipack is launching a new and updated package of stands for all types and sizes of flat screens. According to the company, its R&D department has listened to the market and developed a range of new products, including free-standing and hanging videowall solutions for configurations from 2x2 screens up to 6x3. These feature new aluminium profiles; a ‘revolutionary’ push/pull unit that is adjustable in six axes; aluminium profiles with integrated

ducts; and ‘quick release’ solution. Also on show are the company’s new Silent cabin, which extends its range of interpreter booths. Audipack claims to be the first interpreter booths in the world with an ISO 4043/2016 test certificate, and that they offer the highest standard of sound insulation. The booths are said to be easy to assemble by just one person, comfortable for the user, and with good ventilation. They feature LED lighting, and all elements/panels are interchangeable – making it possible to adapt the construction to local conditions.

CLOUD ELECTRONICS Two new models of the MA40 Mini Amplifier series are on show, and are shipping immediately post exhibition. Originally shown as development prototypes for the first time at ISE 2016, the new Cloud MA40F and MA40T Mini Amplifiers are squarely aimed at decentralised solutions and where requirements

exist for adding additional audio zones to legacy installations. The MA40F is a mini amplifier providing 40W output at 4 ohms (low impedance). It is fitted with a paging microphone input with access contacts, a useful 70/100V line input option, a further two line inputs and a facility port input option allowing connection of the LM-2 wall input module and the new The MA40F is a 40W mini amplifier with a multitude of ports and inputs

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like other standard devices or create its own WiFi network, allowing users to connect to it directly. The product keeps data secure with 1024-bit encryption.

Stand: 1-F20 Cloud BT-1F Bluetooth Audio Wireless input module. The MA40F is powered via a 1224V power supply and offers music mute functionality to allow simple connection to fire alarm and other interfaces. Cloud says this makes it highly flexible and suitable for use in visitor attractions including use in bus, tram and river tour guide systems. The MA40T offers identical features to the MA40F, but provides 100V output (25V, 70V and 100V) in place of the low-impedance output. The MA40F and MA40T are the first in a line of four MA40 mini amplifier models, with RS-232/Ethernet and Remote Level functionality being added to the lineup. All Cloud products carry a commercial five-year warranty.

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New hearing loops announced CONTACTA SYSTEMS

The new Silent interpreter booth can be assembled by one person

The first two hearing loop drivers in Contacta’s new range are being announced at ISE 2017. With product concepts at the show, the first to launch are compact 5A drivers. Contacta’s new range will have five drivers in total, with a variety of power levels and outputs to drive a plethora of hearing loops. The company’s latest drivers are designed to produce supreme sound quality, offering automatic gain control and ‘superior’ phasing performance. The output stage is based on technology which the company says is ‘proven in both the pro audio world and high-end hi-fi sector’ to achieve life-like speech and first-class music reproduction.

A new user interface featuring a dial makes adjusting the loop parameters effortless, says Contacta The range employs Class D technology and digital signal processing together, making the drivers extremely efficient. Unlike many conventional drivers, these do not require fan cooling and have compact heat-sinks, designed to deliver quieter and easier to maintain products. A new user interfacemakes adjusting the loop parameters effortless, says Contacta, while Euroblock connectors

enable swift installation. Dual output drivers are being introduced into the range, simplifying purchasing and installing phased hearing loop solutions. Contacta says its drivers are created with the installer and user in mind, with each decision in the design process ensuring that the product works soundly for everyone.

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FEATURE HDMI 2.1: a massive increase in bandwidth for AV devices to enable 8K video and beyond Steve Montgomery assesses the arrival of HDMI 2.1 and its impact on the industry Visitors to ISE over the past few years will have noticed the way that the industry changes and shifts as new technologies are introduced and adopted. Some, like 3D, barely make it through the starting gates before falling. Others, like 4K and HDR, start well, but have yet to fulfil their full potential. At last year’s ISE, we began to see the future potential of 4K, but at that time there was little content available and insufficient support by the manufacturers of displays and devices to really make it happen: there were few, if any sources of 4K content on Blu-ray or streaming services at that time. One of the issues holding 4K back has been the inadequate

bandwidth of existing distribution technologies to support it at its greatest resolution; and thus preventing it from shining in all its glory. The fact is that full 4K connections, whether local or through switching and distribution systems, require a higher bandwidth than has generally been available on standard devices and cables. HDMI 1.4, the common format, is capable of carrying just 10.2Gbps. That is only sufficient for HD. Uncompressed UltraHD video at 60Hz refresh, with a 8-bit colour depth with 4:4:4 chroma subsampling, takes 18Gbps of transmission bandwidth. HDMI 2.0 was introduced to cope with this

increased bandwidth requirement. Even higher resolutions have been mooted: 8K, 10K and beyond. But these need even higher bandwidths. Adding additional features like high dynamic range (HDR), multi-channel active audio and increasing refresh rates beyond 60Hz to 120Hz increases it still further. To cope with all this, the HDMI Forum has just announced the release of the HDMI 2.1. This provides massive bandwidth of 48Gbps, sufficient headroom to enable enormously expanded video transmission. HDMI 2.1 will be capable of supporting up to 10K video at 120Hz frame rates and the latest BT.2020 colour spaces

with 10, 12 and 16 bits per colour component, although it is not yet clear whether compression will be required at the highest resolution. HDMI 2.1 enables dynamic HDR metadata to be handled, allowing content makers to control levels of colour, contrast and brightness on a frame-by-frame basis. Add in eARC support for the most advanced audio formats such as object-based audio, complete with advanced audio signal control capabilities including device autodetect and this should provide a complete solution for some time to come. HDMI 2.1 does, however, require new 48G cables which are likely to be limited to lengths of up to 2m. However not all features necessarily need the new cable and backwards compatibility with earlier HDMI specifications (there are 6 billion HDMI-enabled devices in the market), including use of the same connectors (types A,C, D),

should help adoption. The new standard also makes allowance for the latest gaming software. It supports game mode variable refresh rate (GM VRR), which enables a 3D graphics processor to display the image at the moment it is rendered for more fluid and better detailed gameplay, and for reducing or eliminating lag, stutter and frame tearing. Given that the HDMI Forum is backed by more than 80 of the leading AV manufacturing companies, all seeking to create new, superior technology with which to address the market, it seems likely that HDMI 2.1 will establish itself as the next major standard, and quite a shift in the current level of technology.

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

IP and the internet, without question. I believe that the world of all current and future audio, video and control applications will have one playground only: public and private IP infrastructure. We will see more applications, more content distribution and more remote control and maintenance merging together on the same core infrastructure. This will reduce costs and enable new applications.

The IoT. The interaction with a tangible object is a totally different experience than working with PCs. Each ‘thing’ will bring along a defined functionality and the client can combine these functionalities as he wishes. Therefore the Internet of Things will allow us to create new, yet to be imagined, solutions and will challenge the current approach to centralising everything in a big central cloud.

I’d be interested to see how the IoT buzzword is becoming concrete in reallife applications in the smart building business. Although the concept has been flying around for years, a number of critical challenges such as security and privacy are yet to be overcome. Once the industry finds a way to solve these issues, the IoT will truly become a long-term opportunity for companies.

The move towards network and IP-based connectivity will enable powerful new workflows. A good example of a technology that facilitates new workflows is the Network Media Open Specifications (NMOS) and their Network Media Incubator. These proposed mechanisms, which are still a work in progress, enable the discovery and control of devices on a level that has not been available until now.

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TODAY’S EVENTS, THEATRE SESSIONS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, TECHNOLOGY DEMOS 12:00-12:30 Migrating Existing Video Systems to the Cloud

PICK OF THE DAY 17:00-19:00 Women of InfoComm Network 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: a chance to spend a few minutes with every person in attendance in a fun and relaxed introductory way followed by cocktails and canapes, with an opportunity for further general networking. During the session, attendees will also help to compile a list of industry events for 2017 which WIN members will be available to meet up at around

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 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)

ALL DAY Drone Area

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)

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)

09:30-12:30 CEDIA Session: Designing A ‘Super Cinema’ – Building the Best of The Best

For most integrators, a good cinema is all about managing compromises. Restrictions in budget, room size and aesthetics are in just about every project that comes along. So, what happens when there are no restraints? What happens when the budget isn’t limited and the home theatre can be any size or shape you like? This course looks at just that scenario. From reference level performance to military grade engineering in HVAC and power delivery. Room D301 (Price: €130 members/€170 non-members)

10:00-14:00 Digital Signage Summit

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 half-day conference focusing on Retail and Smart Cities and feature 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 young 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)

Is it possible to breathe new life into an existing video installation? During this presentation, the audience will learn how IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) can effectively replace current hardware network devices to lower total cost of ownership and improve the user experience. The speaker takes you on a journey of discovery, sharing real life stories, detailing what systems and functionality can be migrated and comparing on-premise to cloud services and highlighting the pros and cons of both. Businesses that are currently weighing their options and looking for ways to enhance current video will find this session invaluable. InfoComm Unified Communications Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 11-A140 (Free event)

12:30-13:00 Human-centric User Interface Design: GUI, VUI, Tablets, Keypads and Sensors

Voice-control, touch-control, smart devices... What’s the best way of enabling end users (normal humans!) to interface with a control system? In this session, Lutron’s Sam Woodward will examine the latest options in UI design, the rise of AI in interfaces, and will show how not to annoy your users. CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre – Stand 5-S120 (Free event)

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)

14:30-15:00 The Future is Coming: Software Solutions in AV Platforms Software-based applications are poised to transform AV platforms in much the same way app development has transformed the modern smart phone. The AV industry is quickly moving towards systems whose functionality can evolve over time with every passing software update, rather than relying on producing another ‘little box’ that acts as a limited fix to a singular problem statement in the AV space. Furthermore, software-based platforms will be organically extensible into other branches of the AV application space, where in the old AV paradigm, separate (and disparate) platforms needed to be forcibly stitched together by the integrator. Learn how software will determine the outcome of the next phase of AV platform evolution. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

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DAILY HIGHLIGHTS 11 16:00-16:30 LANG Academy @ ISE: Laser Phosphor Projector Training

THURSDAY HIGHLIGHTS

In this, the first of two sessions from the LANG Academy (the second – ‘Leading interactive technologies and their characteristics in the pro AV industry’ - is on Thursday at 10:30), Anika Lauth, product manager of projectors at LANG, provides guidance on the continuously evolving projector market. InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 8-D360 (Free event)

16:00-16:30 Enabling Voice Driven Smart Home Experiences with Amazon Alexa

Alexa, the voice service that powers Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap and Amazon Fire TV, provides a set of built-in abilities, or skills, that enable customers to interact with smart home devices in a more intuitive way using voice. Examples of these skills include the ability to control thermostats, dim lights, play music, answer general questions, set an alarm or timer and more. Customers can then access these new skills simply by asking Alexa a question or making a command. This session with Dean Bryen, technology evangelist for Amazon Alexa, will be walk through the latest Alexa platform offerings, Smart Home Skill API, and showcase what is possible today. CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre (sponsored by KNX) – Stand 9-F155 (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 Wednesday or Thursday to enjoy drinks and a chat amongst 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.

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. Today, no AV project runs without IT. On the other hand, the IT experts are not familiar with the needs, standards and technical constraints of AV - and vice versa. Together, with the expertise of both domains, IT and AV can make these projects become a success. Room G106 (All Access Pass required)

11:00-11:30 Sense, Target, Interact, Report: The Future of DOOH Artificial Intelligence technologies are revolutionizing the way companies engage with their customers: businesses can now deliver seamless, personalized experiences and push the right content to the right audience at the right time. It is time to rethink classic business models and change the way business intelligence is gathered. In this talk, we will showcase the disruptive opportunities created by advanced face analysis and audience measurement technologies, and give you an outlook on what the future of DOOH advertising and retail will look like. InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 8-D360 (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. Room D201 (Price: â‚Ź75 members/â‚Ź90 non-members)

14:00-17:00 InfoComm Conference: Future of Integration

Despite the convergence of audiovisual and information technologies, AV and electronic systems integrators will forever be expert in the analogue experience of sight, sound, and environment. Still, integrators should adapt to a rapidly changing business and technology landscape, from what their customers expect, to how they embrace the dynamics of enterprise technology, to how they deliver next-generation solutions. Learn what tomorrow’s customers want today, and hear from integrators that have been positioning their companies to succeed in the years to come. 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. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

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.

Elicium Mezzanine (outside Room D204 – All Access Pass holders only)

The Immersive Technology Zone - produced and managed by Holovis includes a Driving Simulator that combines VR with perfectly synched motion and audio. The Immersive Technology Zone is open every day of the show and is located in the Park Foyer (behind Hall 8)

Room E102, Ruby Lounge (Registration on arrival)

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12 DAILY HIGHLIGHTS

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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)

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 mediumsized 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.

11:00-11:30 Residential Solutions: How to Make It Happen? From audio/video integration to remote control, and including security integration, the need for a common and unique system that can integrate all functionality is a must. The question is: how to make it happen? The answer, explains Jose Maria Morcillo, is KNX, the most popular protocol in European markets, with more than 70% share of the total market and offering solutions for all kind of applications. CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre (sponsored by KNX) – Stand 9-F155 (Free event)

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)

SENTIDO the light switch reinvented

Sentido equals simplicity, comfort and quality. The whole surface is touch-sensitive to control lights, shades and even music at the slightest touch. The sleek design combines high-quality materials with innovative multitouch technology.

visit us at hall 5 - U65

www.basalte.be

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Integrated UltraHD/HD Camera with HDBaseT Simple Installation, Using One Cat 5e/6 Cable RovoCam is AJA’s first compact block camera for industrial, corporate, security, ProAV and broadcast applications. Beautiful UltraHD and HD imagery is obtained with superior Sony® optics with built-in 12x optical and up to 20x zoom with Sony Super Resolution Zoom, auto and manual focus. A single Cat 5e/6 cable carries uncompressed video, 2-Channel audio, VISCA camera control, and power for the simplest installation ever, with efficient control through free RovoControl software. Made of rugged aluminum, RovoCam’s small and light form factor allows simple mounting in a wide range of scenarios. RovoCam’s HDBaseT interface supports Cat 5e/6 cable lengths up to 100 meters. NEW! NEW!

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Don’t be tethered to your camera, display RovoCam’s gorgeous UltraHD/HD imagery remotely with the new RovoRx-SDI or RovoRx-HDMI.

RovoControl uniquely offers electronic PTZ for moving an HD 1080p box around the UltraHD frame, allowing virtual Pan and Tilt.

RovoRx-SDI and RovoRx-HDMI are UltraHD/HD HDBaseT receivers with integrated 6G-SDI and/or HDMI video and audio outputs. RovoRx-SDI additionally offers a DA mode for SDI workflows. HDBaseT connections allow for camera interaction, power, and control, all over a single Cat 5e/6 cable.

RovoCam features an integrated HDBaseT transmitter. HDBaseT offers long cable runs over standard Cat5e/6 cables (up to 100m), and also passes RovoCam’s UltraHD/HD video, audio, control, and power. Simple to install, simple to operate.

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

For the latest show news and updates follow #ISE2017

New hall configuration for ISE 2017 There are no fewer than 14 halls at ISE 2017 – but some of them may not be where you think they are. Here’s a handy visual guide to the new halls and the renumbering that has affected some of the existing ones 8-E365

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New CEDIA CPD course for architects and design professionals

Inspired by its successful Smart Home Recommended Wiring Guidelines Best Practice publication, CEDIA has launched a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training course, tailored to the needs of architects, interior designers and property developers. “Smart Home Cabling Requirements for the Modern Home is a great new CPD resource for our members,” said Vin Bruno, CEDIA CEO. “This new course builds on our existing offering and gives our members another great opportunity to connect with architects, interior designers and housebuilders with the consistent message of the importance of working together in the early stages of a project to achieve success.” Accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) and the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA), the new CPD course offers a step-by-step guide to cabling for an integrated home project. It identifies the key wiring requirements for a smart home installation and explains a range of topic areas, including the types of cabling infrastructure to support a professional home technology installation, the services and benefits available and the different grade of cables used for home technology. “Architects and other design professionals remain significant influencers for the home technology industry,” added Bruno. “It is vital that we as an industry foster collaborative relationships between our members and industry partners. Knowing what’s required from a design perspective to ensure a successful smart home installation will serve everyone involved, most importantly the homeowner client.

SUPPORT MATERIALS CEDIA has been engaging with these communities through the provision of CPD courses, talks and relevant support materials since 2006. The established and highly successful CEDIA CPD training course, Designing Integrated Future-Ready Homes, continues to prove popular across EMEA. Now available in Italian, Polish, Russian and Spanish, the latest figures from CEDIA reveal that more than 700 design professionals are taking this course every year. Any CEDIA member who wants to present CEDIA CPD content must first become recognised as a CEDIA Outreach Instructor (COI). The COI programme enables members to provide continuing education to their local design and build industry partners, helping establish vital business-to-business networking contacts and raising the awareness of CEDIA, its members and the home technology industry. COIs are CEDIA members who have attended and passed the ‘Train the Trainer’ course with a peer-evaluated presentation session. After passing the comprehensive ‘Train the Trainer’ course, CEDIA supplies the tools needed to successfully leverage this member-to-member benefit in local markets. In order to maintain this CEDIA designation, COIs are required to follow strict guidelines that include meeting deadlines for registering upcoming classes, reporting participant attendance, and maintaining minimum evaluation ratings. For more information on COI and CPD, please visit CEDIA at ISE 2017: 1-F7, 1-F21, go to www.cedia.co.uk/cediaevents or email education@cedia.co.uk.

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Because ISE is also about networking

InfoComm International has a pair of networking events planned for today, and is holding a series of get-togethers for attendees of its various education sessions throughout the week of Integrated Systems Europe. Today ISE holds the opportunity for the industry’s young AV professionals to gather in the RAI’s Emerald Room from 11:00 to 13:00. Food and drinks will be available. Organisers will be emphasising the importance of mentorship for aspiring AV professionals entering the industry. Attendees will learn about InfoComm’s new Young AV Professionals Council and the work done by the International Communications Industries Foundation (infocomm.org/ ICIF) to support students in AV-related academics, internships and more. Later today, also in the RAI Emerald Room, the Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) will formally kick off its 2017 activities at a networking reception and council meeting from 17:00 to 19:00. The free event will begin with speed networking, followed by cocktails and canapes. During the session, WIN members and other interested

parties will plan similar gatherings for technology events throughout the coming year, and formally launch new Career Empowerment Alliances for 2017. The Empowerment Alliances are small groups of women that meet virtually each month. In these groups, WIN members discuss topics related to career advancement, work-life balance, conflict resolution and more. Each group has a facilitator who organises meetings and curates relevant materials. Throughout the week, InfoComm is hosting special receptions for holders of its All Access Pass to InfoComm training and education at ISE. The remaining events are scheduled for today and Thursday at 17:00 in the Elicium Mezzanine of the RAI, outside Room D204. Beer, wine and soda will be available and pass holders will be able to continue session discussions, meet faculty members and network in a casual setting. Don’t leave Amsterdam without making new connections that will surely boost your business and professional prospects in 2017.

Meet the next generation of AV professionals Coming this Friday to ISE is the new Future AV Professionals Programme, offered by Integrated Systems Events, InfoComm and CEDIA. ISE and its partners will be welcoming students from schools around Europe who want to learn about the pro-AV and electronic systems integration industries and connect with exhibiting companies about possible career paths. Friday’s day-long event at the RAI Amsterdam will include presentations from InfoComm and CEDIA, a panel of young AV professionals, a job fair and guided tours of the ISE show floor.

Participation is free and ISE has arranged bus travel for students, show admission and lunch. Exhibitors can take part in the job fair or welcome students at their stands. Workforce development is an important initiative for the AV industry worldwide. Future success and growth depends on a skilled, excited labour force ready to apply audiovisual technology to meeting customers’ goals, creating integrated experiences and achieving desired outcomes. For more information, email students@iseurope.org.

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LED displays: the gap is closing With their ever-diminishing pixel pitch, LED displays are no longer restricted to big, bright, outdoor applications, writes Ian McMurray There can have been few visitors to ISE over the past few years who haven’t been amazed by a large LED display in one of the halls. And, outside the halls, those same LED displays have established themselves as firm favourites for exhibitor advertising. That pretty much summed up our perception of LED displays: if you want bright and/or outdoors, LED is the go-to technology. Indoor applications, however, were where LCD dominated. But: over the past couple of years, the world of displays has changed with the advent of rapidly diminishing LED pixel pitches. First, the 2.00mm barrier was broken. Each month, it seemed as if another 0.1mm had been shaved off the gap between LED pixels. It wasn’t long before we reached 1.0mm. And then came 0.9mm. And 0.8mm. The current

state of the art is 0.7mm – and it’s rumoured that 0.6mm is just around the corner. It can’t be long before we see 0.35mm, which is pretty much the pixel pitch of today’s 4K LCD displays (HD displays are around 0.7mm). That’s remarkable when you consider that, for a long time, the default was somewhere between 10mm for indoor LED applications and 30mm or more for outdoor. At those kind of pixel pitches, close-up viewing was much like looking at rows of light bulbs (although close-up viewing was never the intended application). There is, in fact, a rough formula for determining that light bulb effect. Simply take the pixel pitch, and multiply it by a thousand. So: a pixel pitch of 1.0mm gives a minimum viewing distance – the distance at which individual pixels are no

longer visible – of 1m. The impact of that is that LED displays are now entirely suitable for applications where viewers are likely to be in close proximity – something that was hitherto unthinkable. And that is something of a gamechanger. The fact is that, from a pixel density point of view, LED displays are now capable of delivering a standard of images that, only recently, would have been inconceivable. They may not yet rival LCD screens in terms of quality – and, with the advent of technologies like HDR, that’s a moving target anyway – but they are now real contenders for environments in which it would have been unimaginable to deploy them. Boardrooms, retail digital signage and command/control centres are three that come to mind. If they’re only ‘as good’ as LCD,

VOXPOP What changes do you

envisage in the digital signage market in 2017?

Designers of signage content should be excited about 2017, as we see fewer limitations surrounding location, resolution, or canvas size. Firstly, we see signage canvasses becoming larger, more flexible, and therefore more adaptable to many different signage situations. In 2016 we launched the C900 nine-output graphics card, a single slot card capable of powering 3x3 digital signage walls in almost any environment. Secondly, with the ability to stream almost anything anywhere, we’ve allowed signage to become dynamic, and controlled remotely. The Maevex 6100 allows the capture and streaming of not just multiple streams, but multiple streams of 4K content.

We are seeing increasing requirements for engaging animation, graphics, live TV, video and audio to all be integrated within a single signage screen. To best manage this content, centralised control and management systems that give end users the flexibility to seamlessly update content across multiple displays – often on the move from a mobile device – will increasingly be at the core of digital signage. As smartphones and tablets continue to proliferate in the workplace, as reflected by a growing BYOD culture, organisations from corporate offices to airports, restaurants, banks and stadiums need to harness this and cater accordingly.

Retailers are using increasingly large touchscreens to create an impact, with multitouch capability allowing the creation of interactive displays which can be used by multiple customers and salespeople simultaneously. These screens are benefiting from innovation in user interface designs, with new approaches and technologies improving engagement and ease of use. Force sensing technology, for example, is now migrating from smartphones onto large-format touchscreens. Object recognition is another new technology that is becoming available for touch tables based on projected capacitive technology (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors.

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though, why would anyone consider LED displays? They are, after all, more expensive per square metre of screen (and don’t benefit from the same levels of investment that the consumer TV market drives for LCD technology, so prices may not drop as quickly).

INHERENT ADVANTAGES Well – LED technology has some inherent advantages over LCD. First, as its pedigree in outdoor installations demonstrates, it is a hugely resilient technology. Second: it is capable of greater brightness than LCD, making it more eye-catching – a key attribute for digital signage. Third: it is bezelless. Despite the best efforts of LCD display manufacturers to reduce their bezels to the barest minimum, a videowall using LCD displays is still

visibly a matrix of individual screens. And lastly, because of its modular construction, it lends itself incredibly well to very creative implementations, including curved: large displays need no longer be flat, square or rectangular. It is, then, an interesting time for display technology – and, of course, the significant potential of OLED screens should not be overlooked. Will LED completely displace LCD? It seems highly unlikely. Will it capture worthwhile market share in applications where previously LCD was the only alternative? That seems a fairly solid bet. If LED display manufacturers are able to get their pricing to more competitive levels, it’s going to be fascinating to see how the this year plays out.

Solutions for easy signage WALLIN.TV New at ISE this year, the Wallin ONE digital signage solution is designed to help small to medium-sized companies planning to deploy digital signage, and make it easier to tackle the challenge of creating and enriching content. Cloud-based and using HTML5, Wallin ONE can be managed from any internet-connected device. An app market within the Wallin ecosystem allows users to choose the content that will appear on-screen, such as

social media or news. Also new at the show is a multichannel cloud or on-premise content management system (CMS) for digital signage called WallSign. It allows the customisation, deployment, scheduling and monitoring of content across a network of digital displays. WallSign allows users to manage thousands of different digital signage platforms from any internetconnected device and is digital signage player agnostic.

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VOXPOP What changes do you

envisage in the digital signage market in 2017?

Digital signage will see a growth in laser projection mapping which is now a viable solution for engaging, daylight-visible retail displays. It is difficult to create ‘an experience’ with flat panels as consumers are over-exposed to them and view them as functional. Shops have now become destinations and need to differentiate themselves from their e-tail competitors. Projection mapping has proven to provide a more engaging experience with greater ROI, as content can be mapped on or around products

to deliver engaging, eye-catching stories. Laser projectors produce consistent brightness and are a low-maintenance option for retail digital signage.

Justin Halls Head of visual system solutions, Optoma Stand: 1-H120 It will be interesting to see how the demand for personalisation within digital signage applications will change the content through recognition and

personalisation technologies. Diversity within installation requests, beyond the standard landscape or portrait videowall matrix, is growing quickly. In their quest to get in the public’s eye, end-users and SIs are becoming more creative in designing digital signage solutions by using, for example, alternative display formations, custom servicing methods or using multiple displays sizes in one application. These types of customisation requests require a new vision on modular installation systems that are easy to service.

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

Compact dual-channel capture card DELTACAST A new compact HDMI 2.0b dualchannel capture card, the DELTAh4k2-elp 20, is now available through Deltacast in a compact form factor, boasting a strong performance to power consumption ratio and passive cooling. The two-channel high-end HDMI 2.0b capture card, hosting two inputs with support of any HDMI format, is the successor of the company’s existing DELTA-h4k-elp 20 and is aimed at applications where performance and reliability are key. The new card is aimed at highperformance applications such

as dual 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 capture or HDR formats (10and 12-bit) and it includes features for developers such as on-board colour space converters, frame rate decimator, embedded audio support and HDR metadata support, fully passive DELTA-h4k2-elp 20: a new compact HDMI 2.0b dual-channel capture card heat-sink and cable locking. ordered with DisplayPort-to-HDMI An EDID management with custom active converters, enabling capture of content support enables the card DisplayPort 1.3 (HBR2) or USB Type-C to bring any HDMI signals into the (DP Alt Mode) sources. media server. The new card can be Stand: 8-N326

Programmatic sales for DOOH BROADSIGN

Automated workflows and datadriven decision-making in media owner sales departments are a hot topic for BroadSign at ISE 2017, where visitors can view demos of related and newly launched products for the first time worldwide. To support this in advance of the show, BroadSign hired a new vice president of programmatic sales operations. Vince Banks joins the team as the ad tech company’s efforts extend to the automation of media transactions, which will benefit the sales departments of digital out-ofhome (DOOH) publishers as well as media buyers at brands and agencies. Banks will apply years of programmatic experience to DOOH, having spent over seven years bringing programmatic to other verticals and markets. He previously worked for programmatic organisations such as Sonobi, Kiosked, Major League Gaming and

International Data Group (IDG). His appointment is understood to be linked to several years of research and development related to programmatic DOOH at BroadSign. The company’s automated and cloudbased CMS aims to deliver efficiencies to the scheduling and traffic departments of the world’s largest DOOH media owners.

Stand: 8-H317

Banks spent over seven years bringing programmatic to other verticals and markets

High-performance signage glass NSG GROUP A range of high-performance glass products suitable for use in simple to more complex digital signage and display applications is on show at the NSG Group stand, parent company of Pilkington United Kingdom Limited. Many of these glass products come with additional features such as safety and security, solar radiation control, infrared blocking and self-cleaning. The company also offers a finished product

fit for the end-customers’ application, produced at one of its processing facilities. This includes an ultra-thin glass with a thickness of less than 1mm (NSG UFF and NSG glanova), conductive glass products with TCO coatings (NSG TEC), conductive or non-conductive mirror glass products (Pilkington MirroView) as well as anti-reflective glass products for touch screen applications (Pilkington OptiView).

Stand: 8-K390

New content marketplace and APIs SIGNAGELIVE A new Content Marketplace containing over 500 pre-built pieces of digital signage content, including layout backgrounds, pre-built applications and widgets, is being launched at ISE 2017. Signagelive is also revealing a suite of developer APIs for network and content management, bespoke player development and real-time content triggering as well as a new User Interface (UI) accessible via tablets and containing a wealth of new features. The new suite of developer APIs and associated software development tools aims to allow customers and partners to incorporate greater functionality into their digital signage networks while facilitating the development of new, purpose-built applications to meet the needs of specific realworld scenarios such as quick-

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serve restaurants (QSR), corporate communications or retail. Signagelive supports the latest near field communications (NFC), beacons and mobile technologies, which enable realtime triggering of pre-cached content on a range of conventional and smart signage displays. This facilitates the development of interactive applications, including ‘lift and learn’, assisted point of sale, emergency messaging or

dynamically changing content based on location-based services (LBS). Using Signagelive’s Widget Development Framework, both technology partners and system developers can compile web-driven application compatible for a range of displays, regardless of vendor, and eliminate latency issues commonly associated with HTML5 applications delivered over the internet.

Stand: 8-K232

The new Content Marketplace contains over 500 pre-built pieces of digital signage content

Additional features include safety and security, solar radiation control, infrared blocking and self-cleaning

Supporting multichannel audio streams BARIX AG A free downloadable Audio Signage firmware update, which supports multi-channel audio tracks for digital signage to mobile phones without the need for a PC, is being introduced at ISE 2017 on the Barix stand. The Barix Audio Signage platform helps businesses and visitor attractions deliver the audio associated with digital signage to mobile phones over a local WiFi connection. This platform update enables users to deliver multiple audio tracks to single- or multi-screen digital signage installations.

With the aim of reducing the costs and complexities associated with PC-based systems, the firmware update will run on a standard Barix Exstreamer Store & Play unit. It is available for download at www.barix.com/downloads. The updated Barix Audio Signage solution is aimed at any location where digital signage needs the additional boost of streamed audio to deliver its message effectively. While Barix already supports single-channel streams, this second-generation approach solves the challenge of delivering multichannel streams quickly and cost-effectively.

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AVSignPro gets European debut AVENVIEW First time ISE exhibitor Avenview is taking the opportunity to give the first European showing of its recently announced digital signage player, the AVSignPro (MP-

1080HD). With a hardware-based, fanless design, the AVSignPro is described as an easy-to-use, plugand-play device that comes with its own powerful software for content management. According to the company,

the AVSignPro comes equipped with features that allow users to turn any display into a powerful marketing tool and use it to entertain, inform and communicate with customers, shoppers, employees or students.

Remote control for intelligent signage

It is capable of managing and displaying menu boards, hospitality screens, retail displays, campus signage, corporate communications and more. Built-in widgets are available to display information or news feeds, and custom widgets can also be installed. Multi-zone screen layouts are also possible. Scheduling and fast updates, says the company, ensure that users can display the exact content they want,

The web-based CMS from CityMeo enables the remote control of digital signage screens over the internet external services for applications, such as allowing store signage to be upgraded with contest or survey

content, or to create new experiences for shoppers.

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Crowd analytics for digital signage SIGHTCORP

CITYMEO A web-based CMS, designed to enable the remote control of digital signage screens over the internet, is being presented by CityMeo. The company says this provides an easy-to-use digital signage solution that simplifies collaborative screen management. The cloud-based platform offers features including a content creation tool, live content updates and contextualised broadcasting. It contains built-in real-time analytics, to solve any precise targeting challenges. Training takes a few minutes, even for non-technical operators. In addition, CityMeo can integrate

at the exact times and dates that are relevant. “We are excited to bring our newest digital signage player to the market, and we know that, as a one-step solution that is easy to use and powerful, the AVSignPro will make an impact on SMEs that want to capitalise on the benefits of digital signage,” said Brian LaRoche, vice president of business development.

The impact of crowd analytics technology on digital signage is at the core of Sightcorp’s ISE 2017 presence, and more specifically how it is changing the way providers interact with their audience. The company’s product line includes CrowdStats, an anonymous audience analytics reporting solution that supports DOOH marketing strategies. Providers are offered analytics on their audience’s behaviour, interest and profile, such as opportunity-to-see (OTS), number of viewers, viewer mood, age and gender, location performance and so on. These real-time insights are

accessible at any time through a dashboard, from any web-enabled device. Additionally, Sightcorp is releasing a new version of its Crowd Face Analysis software, CrowdSight SDK, dedicated to developers and companies that aim to build their own smart, audience-aware signage solutions. It offers the capacity to work offline and on any preferred desktop and mobile platform, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, iOS, Android. Other audience measurement solutions and customers’ example applications are being demonstrated live at the company’s booth.

Stand: 8-K175

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International sales & marketing manager, Digital Projection In your opinion, what is the best thing about the ISE show? ISE gives us the opportunity to meet with an unprecedented number of potential customers that we could not possibly hope to reach without it. The diversity of these customers and the projects they are working on makes ISE the most exciting trade show in the industry. What do you think are the key developments in, or threats to, your market sector at the current time? In the projection industry, the key developments have undoubtedly been the development of, and rapid uptake of,

laser technology and the adoption of 4K. Both of these have been key drivers in our development roadmap and ISE gives us the opportunity to show an array of these products to the wider AV community. Why should attendees visit your stand at ISE 2017? As mentioned above, laser phosphor light sources and 4K imagery have been key drivers in the development of our product range. Visitors will see the application of these technologies first hand on our booth, with models and prices to suit almost every budget and project.

Stand: 1-F44

IF Series offers smarter signage SAMSUNG

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The new IF Series displays are the latest extension of Samsung’s Smart LED Signage lineup, engineered to help businesses gain an extra edge in crowded indoor environments. Featuring Samsung’s video processing and specialised LED HDR picture technologies, the IF Series displays optimise LED brightness and overall presentation to create a more inviting and memorable viewing experience, according to the company. As an added advantage, the displays enable users to showcase a variety of content formats without incurring additional operational burdens. The IF Series incorporates a host of LEDcustomised display features that add realism and detail to content. These unified features include scene adaptation that analyses and fine tunes greyscale levels within each frame to maximise contrast, and a complementary algorithm that removes glare and produces a more engaging and comfortable viewing experience. To further enhance on-screen brightness, the IF Series displays use dynamic peaking to modify current control and colour compensation together

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with power consumption levels. As a result, the displays can achieve peak brightness levels up to two times higher than that of standard LED maximum brightness specs. The result is a mix of content brilliance and low operational cost that benefits any indoor business, claims the company. A slim design and refined mechanical structure offer users greater installation flexibility and make the IF Series an all-encompassing LED alternative, according to Samsung. Full-front and rear service capabilities enable more convenient and quickturn maintenance. Additionally, the displays can be installed cleanly without catwalk space.

Stand: 4-S100

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Claiming it is the company’s most premium webcam to date, Logitech is announcing the Logitech BRIO at ISE 2017. Featuring RightLight 3 – the latest version of its system of hardware and software technologies designed to improve webcam image quality under a wide variety of lighting conditions – it is designed for business and home office users, streamers and YouTubers. 4K resolution and 5x zoom, together with support for infrared-based facial recognition and certification with

Windows Hello, are also featured. According to Logitech, BRIO opens up new uses for desktop video in areas such as telemedicine, customer service, engineering collaboration, manufacturing QA, field service and training – applications in which the highest possible video resolution is required. BRIO is certified with popular business software, including Skype for Business, Cisco applications and Logitech’s cloud video partners such as BlueJeans, BroadSoft, Vidyo and Zoom. It is available immediately.

Stand: 11-D111

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

Simple – it’s Ethernet. The technology to move digital signals reliably, efficiently and instantly from source to screen without compromise is available now. It’s time for solution designers to leverage the flexibility that AV over IP offers to deliver applications that meet end user needs in ways that were simply impossible in the past because of the trade-offs. Ethernet’s transformation of nearly every other communications industry brings a number of examples. Think of the impact Ethernet had on the music, telecommunications and broadcast industries and the totally new products, services and experiences that emerged as a result. Exciting times ahead!

Charles Dobson VP global sales, AptoVision Stand: 12-H55

Fine-pitch LED will make LCD displays obsolete for signage within five years due to its better contrast and high intensity as well as its good environmental capabilities. Streaming will become the standard way of delivering content to signage, enabling centralised content management without the need for significant computing power at the sign itself – streaming decoders will be built into the LED screen processor. Calibre is already at the forefront of both these technologies with its LEDView700SV series LED video scalers with integral H.264 streaming video decoder.

Tim Brooksbank CEO, Calibre Stand: 12-N45

Digital signage solutions will continue to revolutionise the world around us – and at an ever greater pace, starting with simple projection solutions to LFDs, video and LED walls or OLED displays. Not to mention the market for outdoor displays which is growing in giant leaps. Two things are key to this boom – the increasingly easy use of content including user-friendly content creation and (remote) administration and, secondly, capturing of user data (via touch, gesture control or facial recognition) and analysis of viewers’ interests and preferences. This will fuel the expansion of the digital signage market over the coming years.

Andreas Ruhland Managing director, MEDIUM Stand: 8-N318

Immersive pro-ribbon surround sound ALCONS AUDIO ISE 2017 visitors can enjoy a ‘proribbon immersive experience’, aimed at the residential market, with Alcons Audio showcasing its high-end, C-series home cinema systems through a joint collaboration with Barco Residential, DreamScreen and Trinnov. To support Alcons’ claim of “bringing HiFi at concert sound pressure levels” in any size application, the experience is set up in an acoustically optimised listening room on the company’s stand, where visitors can experience an 11.1.8 channel pro-ribbon surround system. Alcons pro-ribbon drivers are suitable for home theatre installations because of their exceptionally low distortion at only a tenth of the THD of compression or dome drivers. They also perform with the same tonal balance at all sound pressure levels. To address the high audio quality needs of home theatre, Alcons cinema systems also include an advanced integration between amplifier and loudspeakers with

the aim of actively compensating for the effect of long speaker cables. They also offer exceptional patented coverage control, slim designs and performance reliability. The system is based on the CRMS cinema reference monitor system, with CRMSCompact surrounds both based on Alcons’ pro-ribbon transducer technology, and is entirely AES3 digitally driven by Sentinel amplified loudspeaker controllers.

Stand: 6-H148

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VOXPOP Whichtechnologydoyouthinkwillhave First demos of Creator thegreatestimpactontheindustryover thenextfiveyears–and why?

In recent years, technology has shifted from proprietary and isolated hardware appliances towards hosted or virtualised services and solutions. IT has widely adopted the cloud and it will be adopted by the AV industry in the next years to come. There’s a shift towards IP-driven AV technologies and the use of standard IT infrastructure. AV deployments are fast becoming remotely managed and supported. AV can now cross any physical distance and is definitely moving beyond the box and with the use or high performance and quality with low-latency streaming.

David Margolin Director, corporate marketing, Kramer Stand: 1-F20

With the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 drawing ever nearer, real-time 8K workflows are quickly becoming a reality that is already influencing a whole range of related technological disciplines. On the recording side, camera technology will have to adapt, including the development of new lenses and image sensors. On the display side this will mean an ever greater demand for reliable data transfer and streaming solutions that will make it easier to actually transmit and receive the huge amounts of data involved.

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

TV wall mount is programmable FUTURE AUTOMATION The HSE90 Motorised Articulated TV Wall Mount from Future Automation is designed for screens of 65in and above, and offers full rotation up to 90º in one direction. A highly adjustable screen mounting system allows for a wide range of large screens to be specified. According to the company, an extremely robust structure provides a reliable and sturdy platform for a large screen to be rotated between multiple viewing angles, while a superquiet motion is achieved through careful selection of components and a design that minimises friction and wear. A powerful motor and a high-quality gearbox are said to provide a smooth and consistent movement between viewing angles. Favourite viewing positions can be programmed via the remote control. Magnetic wall covers

The HSE90 Motorised Articulated TV Wall Mount offers rotation up to 90º

CABLETIME

The first major public demonstrations of Cabletime’s new content creation software, Creator, are taking place at ISE 2017. It is said to enable easy creation of corporate livery, text and full HD images and the incorporation of live video streams. Creator also features a range of digital signage templates, inspiration galleries, backgrounds, RSS feeds and web clips. “Creator works hand-in-hand with the MediaStar 782 DS media player, which delivers HTML support, live IPTV streams or video playout as well as full multi-zone digital signage capabilities,” said Shaun Oxenham, Cabletime CEO. “This is featured on the stand alongside the most recent additions and developments to Cabletime’s MediaStar Lancaster gateways, encoders and other chassis blade products.” Cabletime says that the MediaStar LAN-Caster Gateway range provides customers and integrators with the ability to receive live TV feeds off-air or via satellite or cable feed, convert and route those streams onto an IP network and manage and direct multiple IP streams to specific end points based on rules created in MediaStar Media Manager. It also

Oxenham: we’re featuring the most recent additions and developments to our products has the ability to route and convert multi-cast streams to unicast and vice versa. The solutions on show include the Multi Tuner (Multi-Mux) LAN-Caster Gateway, the IP Multi-Mux Gateway and the IP Re-Caster. The whole MediaStar system is designed to provide an endto-end 4K workflow for IPTV and digital signage using Cabletime’s Media Manager software. The MediaStar range is designed for medium to large enterprises that require solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.

Stand: 10-P116

Multi-purpose H.264 stream encoder on show TERACUE

provide a simple method of hiding all wall fixings, and power and signal cables for the screen and mechanism can be concealed within the bracket. Removable arm covers are designed to allow for easy installation and routing of cables, while giving a neat and

tidy finish. The mechanism is available with either a clockwise or anti-clockwise rotation. Clockwise and anticlockwise swivelling mechanisms are available, as is any RAL colour.

Stand: 10-K118, 2-A42

The new ENC-400 streaming encoder from Teracue is a portable unit in lightweight aluminium that accommodates dual HDSDI or HDMI loop-through inputs with redundancy switching. It offers multi-bitrate RTMP or HLS streaming, low latency, DVB-compliant transport stream and Pro-MPEG FEC. The HD/SD H.264 fanless video encoder is able to deliver multiple streams in multiple bitrates and protocols to multiple destinations. The built-in frame synchroniser guarantees stable signal processing,

according to the company. Both inputs provide loop-through outputs and can be used for redundancy switching or as sources for two individual encodings. Besides the latest in H.264 encoding technology, the ENC-400 features MJPEG for legacy, and offers optional recording to USB memory. Teracue claims the compact unit is ideal for IPTV, webcasting and broadcast contribution. Typical use cases are found in hospitals, hotels, houses of worship, corporate communication, live events and in various broadcast scenarios.

Stand: 2-A42

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EXHIBITORVIEW 75in high brightness outdoor kiosk A benefit for every audio system: Embedding special transmission systems for the hearing impaired The number of people with defective hearing is constantly rising. Therefore it has become more important to comply with the demands of the EC and the governments of various countries for overcoming barriers – also regarding the field of acoustics. Audiological systems are the core of our AUDIOropa product range, which we will present at the ISE show: FM and infrared transmission, as well as loop systems for direct inductive input to hearing aids and other assistive devices for people with affected sense of hearing. These can be used as standalone systems, but they can also serve to complement every audio system – stationary or mobile – for example when involved in conference and event technology, tour-guiding or also bidirectional in team-teaching applications.

BARRIER-FREE ACOUSTICS It is our motivation to make it

possible for everybody in the audience to understand the spoken word – no matter if it is a user of hearing aids or CI systems or other hearing impaired people not in possession of such equipment. It is not only a question of being able to participate in cultural or social life, but also an issue of safety, for example when transmitting danger warnings in public spaces.

TARGET AUDIENCE Our target audience is present at ISE – as exhibitors and visitors! It is our reason for being in Amsterdam. At ISE, we encounter the topclass suppliers and users of audio technology, who are looking exactly for that ‘something extra’ for their systems – not only to be able to comply with the ever-increasing demand for inclusion of the hearing impaired. Therefore it is most important for us to make sure that our AUDIOropa systems are compatible

Gerhard Sicklinger

CEO Humantechnik GmbH / AUDIOropa

with equipment of all international standards.

Stand: 7-P222

FIDA

A new 75in high brightness 2,500-nit full-outdoor kiosk from the Exentia line, specifically designed for out-ofhome (OOH) advertising, is on show at the Fida stand. Fida structures are made from anti-corrosive aluminium, with no visible screws or hinges for a sleek design. Additionally, the back side of the kiosk can be used for traditional posters with a back-light option. To help customers transition from traditional to digital signage, Fida’s improved Sidewalk Poster, an evolution of the traditional A-line poster, is now digital with a 32in LCD. This foldable unit is made of super lightweight aluminium and is easy to move using hidden back wheels. Also on show is the Mediachrome cableless system, available in landscape and portrait modes in sizes running from 22in to 55in. The thin lightweight hanging LCD is aimed at window displays as it has no visible cables. It’s now available in a greater variety of colours and finishes and also comes in a ‘direct sunlight’ version using either a 1,500- or a 2,500-nit LCD.

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Stand: 8-N195

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ZyPerHD makes world debut ZEEVEE The world’s first public showing of the new ZyPerHD platform is taking place on the ZeeVee stand. The new product is said to allow for easy distribution and switching of high-definition H.264 video, audio and other data signals using ZyPerHD encoder and decoder modules and off-the-shelf Gigabit Ethernet switches. Using industry standard H.264 (MPEG4) encoding technology, the ZyperHD complements ZeeVee’s other video IP distribution solutions and provides what the company says is an affordable, easy to set up and easy to maintain IP video encoding solution enabling customers to deliver video content over their Ethernet networks. “Like all of our AV over IP products, the ZyPerHD eliminates the need to have a separate AV network or equipment for

video and other AV content,” said Robert Muddiman, EMEA sales director for ZeeVee. “We believe in simplifying video distribution and leveraging industry standard technology. Our ZyperMX, ZyPer4K and now the ZyPerHD all leverage off-the-shelf Ethernet switches making it a far more versatile and cost-effective installation choice.” According to ZeeVee, ZyPerHD delivers the features and performance required for demanding environments, including retail and executive boardrooms, offering pixelfor-pixel reproduction of compressed 720p and 1080p HD resolution content using a very low latency design. ZyperHD fully supports HDMI 1.4 with HDCP encryption, can drive 4x4 video walls and can be used in a point-to-point configuration to transmit 1080p video up to 100m away.

Stand: 10-N151, 2-A42

The ZyPerHD switches high-definition H.264 video, audio and other data signals

VIO 4K Enhanced through expansion interfaces ANALOG WAY VIO 4K, the powerful multi-format converter offering the latest generation of digital connectivity, includes three slots for optional I/O interfaces to provide optimum versatility and double or triple the output capability of the VIO 4K. Through a new set of expansion modules, the VIO 4K goes beyond its conversion capabilities to become the first multi-format converter that simultaneously supports 4K60 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and 12G-SDI, the company says.

Designed to provide flexibility, the VIO 4K stretches the limits of image quality while providing true 4K60 4:4:4 to fit with the increasing 4K demand. In addition to the audio processing module with professional XLR analogue and AES/ EBU audio connections, VIO 4K is available with a Dante audio interface supporting up to eight bidirectional Dante audio channels. When fully loaded, VIO 4K features up to nine inputs and three independently scaled outputs.

Stand: 3-C95

The VIO 4K is a powerful multi-format converter offering the latest generation of digital connectivity

European launch for Auriel 2.0 NILES ISE 2017 sees the European market introduction of Niles Auriel 2.0, adding streaming audio, climate and lighting control, plus remote access features to the multi-room audio control platform. “Auriel 2.0 is a huge leap forward from the original multi-room audio platform that we introduced in 2014,” said Core Brands software product manager Tom McKeon. “It’s built on the ELAN Control Platform, so it’s a natural progression for Auriel to expand into smart home control. And, conveniently, the

new software update enables any existing Auriel system to easily upgrade to the additional control features, so everyone wins.” Lighting control devices and wireless thermostats now connect to the Auriel Controller, making the Niles Auriel MRC6430, according to the company, a complete, powerful and convenient home automation controller. Auriel 2.0 delivers simple access to lighting scenes and climate scheduling via the Niles handheld remote, wall-mounted touch panel or the Auriel app for Android and iOS mobile devices.

Stand: 1-N53

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Calling for assistance Voice-enabled devices are set to disrupt the installation industry even more dramatically than the arrival of the iPad, notes Joao Martins We all remember what happened at ISE 2011, when the Apple iPad entered the market. The systems integration industry and in particular the residential market had already been strongly influenced by Apple with the introduction of the iPod (2001), the iPhone (2007) and Airplay wireless media streaming (2010). Nevertheless, those products and technologies did effectively contribute to added business for both manufacturers and integrators, and have paved the way for home networks becoming central to the installation business. The introduction of the iPad was different in the way it completely disrupted the ‘user interface’ for AV solutions, both commercial and residential. For the first time, the bring-your-own-device concept was at the core of the installation

and the smart home and the focus for systems integration was no longer in the platform itself but on the way the control software could interface with the user, gradually becoming completely transparent. Even though the industry tried to integrate with the more generic ‘tablet’ concept, the truth is Apple’s powerful ecosystem of hardware, software, apps and services remained inescapable and completely changed the paradigm for the AV industry. A few short years later, the industry faces a new disruption that promises to again move the focus to a new generation of services… and devices. In July 2015, Amazon launched the Echo, the first wireless speaker to introduce a Voice Personal Assistant (VPA), which quickly became a bestselling wireless speaker in the US. Echo

kick-started the adoption of Alexa Voice Service (AVS), Amazon’s intelligent voice recognition and natural language understanding service that allows developers to voice-enable any connected device that has a microphone and speaker. Google followed with Google Home and also made its Google Assistant voice platform available to partners, much in the way it successfully did with its Chromecast platform. For audio manufacturers this represents an opportunity to quickly integrate voice services, and companies such as Bose, Sonos, DTS, Denon, Logitech, Lutron and Crestron, all made announcements for voiceenabled solutions a few months ago at CEDIA 2016. The latest trend is now for voice recognition algorithms and voice assistants powering all sorts of smart control

applications – starting with the home. And I believe this is going to be bigger than tablets and will have a more profound impact for the systems integration – both commercial and residential – industry than ever. This is not because I believe that all users will prefer voice commands over other sorts of interaction. In fact, we know from existing reports that voice recognition applications are not universal. More importantly, because of language issues, even with the growing sophistication of natural language algorithms and artificial intelligence, Voice Personal Assistants (VPA) only work consistently in just a few languages, and even for those English speakers with a strong accent, things are not that smooth. But artificial intelligence,

language learning and the power of computing – IBM Watson – will improve things over time and an increasing number of people will adopt voice commands. In my opinion, Voice Personal Assistants will become a mainstream feature when computing power and natural language algorithms enable true bidirectional interaction. This means no longer just dictating voice commands or standard sentences with instructions to a machine, but actually having a conversation with an AI assistant – and that’s when VPAs will overcome current behaviour barriers from today’s reluctant users.

Bose – 7-C172, 11-A135 Denon - 10-N114 Logitech - 11-D111 Lutron – 1-M125 Crestron - 2-C24, 2-E24, 2-E36

Launch of flagship V18 active subwoofer Where’s the speaker? PROCELLA AUDIO Procella Audio is demonstrating the V18 Bass Engine. This dual-18in subwoofer produces a continuous output of 137dB, with peak output of 143dB. Its 100kg enclosure is a sealedbox design utilising Procella’s unique V-Loaded driver configuration, driven by Procella’s DA06-DSP 2,400W power amplifier. The V-Loaded configuration, first

made available in Procella’s P860 speaker and V6 subwoofer, mounts the drivers facing each other, angled at about 12º to form a shape like the letter V. This produces coupling and a high compression loading of the drivers, resulting in lower distortion, improved transient response and reduced cone excursion at high SPL. “We’re excited about being able to debut the V18 at the ISE show. Our P18 subwoofer has been the reference

subwoofer for ten years, yet we still had customers asking for even more bass,” said Procella founding director and V18 designer Anders Uggelberg. “So to go beyond the P18, we increased the enclosure volume and added our V-Loaded configuration. This enables the V18 to achieve higher sensitivity, 3dB higher maximum SPL, and some 3dB more power at very low frequencies.” The V18 has 1W/1m sensitivity of 105dB, and power handling of 2 x 1, 400W continuous (2 x 2, 800W peak). The -3dB point is 18Hz, enabling massive subsonic output. Its hand-made neodymium drivers have 4in voice coils and are produced for Procella by a top Italian professional audio driver manufacturer.

Stand: 5-U72 V18 Bass Engine produces a continuous output of 137dB, with peak output of 143dB

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STEALTH ACOUSTICS ISE 2017 visitors can see a full range of Stealth Acoustics’ invisible in-wall and ceiling speakers and subwoofers. This includes Stealth’s entrylevel LR6 6in two-way speaker together with five full-range models and topping out at the LR4, a five-element, two-panel audiophile-grade speaker that a CEPro reviewer recently touted as a replacement for wellheeled, free-standing speakers. Stealth invisible speakers deliver extended bass response, power handling, maximum sustained output and an unrivalled quality of sound using the company’s patented blend of traditional cone woofers and direct coupled motors. This creative deployment of traditional speaker components allows Stealth invisibles to perform at an equivalent level and, in some cases, a higher performance level than many

visible speakers, the company claims. “A high-quality, invisible soundstage for home cinemas, critical listening and distributed audio is a compelling proposition for AV installers, architects, interior designers and homeowners alike,” said Stealth’s VP, Steve Olszewski. “When it comes to making that choice, the Stealth range is the stand-out option. Designed and built by installers for installers, Stealth invisibles are respected by the industry, capable of producing audiophile quality and full spectrum sound for multiple applications whatever the price point. No other invisible sound solution comes remotely close.” The performance of the Stealth range is independently verified by industry standard Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers (EASE) and Common Loudspeaker Format (CLF) metrics.

Stand: 5-R110, 1-N115

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Customisable Soundbar range demonstrated WISDOM AUDIO Loudspeaker systems designer and manufacturer of Wisdom Audio is exhibiting its new Sage Series Superbars.

Available in custom lengths of up to 249cm in standard black or colour customised to fit a specific environment and décor, Sage Superbars are said to be ideal for high-end media rooms or

meeting spaces. The Wisdom Audio Sage Series is engineered to provide the performance of an exotic audiophile loudspeaker while respecting architectural integrity

and providing a pleasing visual aesthetic that can be integrated into a home to address contemporary entertainment lifestyles. Like other members of the series, each Superbar model

features a planar magnetic hybrid design for dynamic range and controlled directivity for a more consistent and realistic level of performance.

Stand: 5-U120

New immersive processor unveiled STORMAUDIO

The I.ISP 3D.16.12 outputs 12 channels at 200W each and is expandable to 16 channels

Connect past to future with BeoLink SmartHome system BANG & OLUFSEN The BeoLink SmartHome solution allows the user to connect Bang & Olufsen proprietary systems with other technology products

in the home and offers full direct IP control with all of the existing home integrators such as Crestron, Control4 and Savant. It also allows new possibilities in the connected world through

companies such as Danfoss Link, DoorBird, Ecobee, and OpenWeather. The concept behind this is a simple BeoLink Gateway enabler that opens up the world

Entertainment sofa makes European debut CINEAK A provider of private cinema and media room seating products, Cineak is using ISE 2017 to give the Gramercy its European debut. The Gramercy is a sophisticated living room entertainment sofa, bringing together sleek, modern design with soft comfort, along with the performance of an entertainment chair.

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It features a cutting-edge dual motorised incline mechanism allowing the user to adjust the footrest and headrest position to their preferred comfort level. Founder and president Alvin Hellemans stated: “Every home has a living room where one likes to watch television, so why not bring in a product that can make the experience more comfortable? A regular sofa is meant for entertaining but when the time comes to be serious and

passionate about watching one’s favourite movie or television show, one needs more proper head support and comfort in order to maximise and engage in the entertainment experience. “At the push of a button, a footrest comes up and a headrest motorises up from behind. By bringing motorisation into a commonly used product, we’re enhancing the experience and comfort level,” he concluded.

Stand: 5-S70

The Super AVR is being revealed to the European market by StormAudio at ISE 2017. The I.ISP 3D.16.12 is a 16-channel integrated amplifier/ immersive audio AV processor compatible with Auro-3D, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and UHD 4K video. The unit outputs 12 channels at 200W each and is expandable to 16 channels by way of optional external amplifiers or powered subwoofers. The I.ISP 3D.16.12 is said to incorporate much of the technology advancement and feature sets found in the company’s ISP 3D.32 ELITE | Reference Edition processor. Built into the I.ISP 3D.16.12 integrated amp/processor is StormAudio’s proprietary immersive audio processing (ISP), StormOptimizer room calibration and StormRemote web-based monitoring tools. The I.ISP 3D.16.12 is equipped with eight HDMI inputs and two

of integration, so the customer can select freely among suitable smart home devices and systems, both those already installed and those yet to come. It allows you in a very simple way to create functionality and features that make life easier. In the development of the BeoLink SmartHome the key words for Bang & Olufsen has been openness and flexibility, allowing home owners to integrate audio with other in-home technology solutions through a simple cloud-based system. One of Bang & Olufsen’s

outputs with UHD 4K and HDCP2.2 and HDMI2.0 support. For private headphone listening, the unit incorporates SpherAudio, a binaural technology designed to deliver an immersive sound experience from native or virtualised sources. “StormAudio’s mission is to provide unprecedented sound and service for both the dealer and enduser,” said StormAudio senior vice president Yves Trélohan. “Our new I.ISP 3D.16.12 is no exception. It is the perfect solution for today’s home cinemas where use of separate preamp/processors and amps are not ideal due to either budget or space limitations. From its advanced feature sets and performance, to luxurious fit and finish, the I.ISP 3D.16.12 is a new breed of integrated immersive sound AV processor that is already setting the standard for what the heart of the immersive home cinema should be.”

Stand: 1-N122

signature experiences is that a user can control all Bang & Olufsen TV and audio systems and third-party products like Apple TV and PlayStation with one intuitive Bang & Olufsen remote control. These experiences are constantly extended with the BeoLink SmartHome, where a multitude of technologies can be integrated through a secure remote, cloud-based connection enabling simple, intuitive control of hundreds of third-party devices and home automation systems.

Stand: 5-U110

Leading the wave in full 4K-ready networks NIVEO PROFESSIONAL Announcing the launch of its brand new line of 10Gbps Layer 3 switches, specifically designed for uncompressed 4K/60Hz 4:4:4 video distribution (and higher), is Niveo Professional. The enterprise-grade chipsets and switchboards allow for a range of Layer 3 functionality that supports all mainstream

UHD 4K video distribution systems, from Multicasting, IGMP Querier, Fast Leave and more. The line consists of both fibre and copper configurations ranging from 8x10Gbps ports to the flagship switch consisting of 52 ports and an unimaginable 1,280Gbps total switching capacity.

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Complete suite for smarter homes LEAF TECHNOLOGIES Air – a suite for smart homes that learns the user’s preferences, tunes existing dumb appliances, notifies of emergencies and saves energy – is on show at ISE 2017. Air creates mood lighting for any occasion, programs televisions to address the needs of various family members, such as children who may require limited viewing time, warms bedrooms, turns on electrical appliances and controls security systems from a smartphone. Air is particularly helpful to people with disabilities or the elderly, who can use their mobile device to perform certain tasks that require physical exertion. It aims to give the user control of the home, whether they are in the house or halfway across the world.

AIR aims to give the user total control of the home and to make the home smarter

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Stand: 6-E162

Lighting opportunities expanded CONTROL4 Said to expand both custom and retrofit lighting opportunities for Control4 dealers in EMEA and China, the new Dual-Load Wireless Dimmer and Dual-Load Wireless Switch are described as offering reliable intelligent lighting automation in a compact square form factor. The addition of the Dual-Load Dimmer and Dual-Load Switch is said to complete the company’s line of square wireless lighting products for new construction and existing homes. The new dimmer and switch provide a solution that enables independent control of two lighting loads from a single device. The keypads incorporate backlit engraving and status LEDs for two-way feedback, and colour options for faceplates and keycaps – with new matt stainless steel and chrome recently added – and can offer flexible configurations for any system. Dual-Load lighting, says Control4, provides

New square wireless lighting products expand Control4’s range

The company’s Luca and Lilliana home theatre seating solutions are on show on the Salamander Designs ISE 2017 stand. According to the company, both models feature distinctive design and unique stitch patterns reminiscent of the finest luxury cars.

Luca recliners are offered with manual or power recline mechanisms and with or without cup holders

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an intuitive interface to control a variety of lighting products including LED, incandescent, halogen and low-voltage lighting. It is also possible to control more than just the lights, including ceiling and bathroom fans, streaming music, garage doors, smart locks, shades and security systems.

Stand: 10-N114

Home theatre seating is ergonomic SALAMANDER DESIGNS

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Each collection has, says the company, been ergonomically engineered to ensure optimised positioning for lumbar, head/neck and legs over the course of a long feature film. The Luca seating features diamond doubleneedle stitching on the seat and back inserts with single-needle top stitch on the arms, the seat and back frames. Users can select stitching that matches or contrasts with the upholstery. Luca recliners are offered with manual or power recline mechanisms and with or without cup holders. The Lilliana seating is a similar overall form factor to the Luca models, but features horizontal channel stitching on the seat and back inserts and matching or contrasting welt around the perimeter.

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Why do you think the ISE show has managed to grow year after year?

There’s no other show in the world like ISE and everyone who is anyone in AV attends. Every year it gets bigger and bigger and, for us certainly, it’s the focal point of the AV calendar where we get to see and learn who is bringing what new technologies, how they’re producing them and how we can support them. As specialists in mounting solutions, fast reaction to market requirements and ensuring compatibility with the latest technology is an important focus for us.

The show attracts visitors from a diversity of backgrounds and markets. ISE is my favourite European show, as it brings together everything that’s new and exciting in the AV and systems integration market that can be used in an extensive variety of applications. From conferencing to theatre planning, to constructing new sports venues to command and control centres, ISE offers a wealth of AV solutions, so there is always something new for everyone.

ISE’s success is certainly based on the people behind the ISE project: everybody from decision makers to operational staff. They have been doing a great job for years and have used a convenient venue in Amsterdam and convenient event timing. However, I believe that consistent growth is also a result of accommodating the growing digital signage industry, and of being the essential show for many exhibitors during the global crisis.

I think the success of ISE is proven by the growing number of visitors and exhibitors coming to the show each year. I for one have it in my ‘must attend’ diary whether that be as a visitor or, this year for the first time, as an exhibitor. With cash and time the most valuable of resources these days, I would expect neither of them being spent without some sort of return on investment being factored in, so proving that the management of ISE has the formula just about right.

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

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

Dikran Tawitian Head of marketing and sales, Infinitus Stand: 8-F270

Tim Liggins Product evangelist, Technovia Stand: 6-E150

Mounts provide easy access EDBAK The VWPOP Series of quick release pop-out universal videowall mounts from Edbak is purpose designed for easy and fast servicing of recessed multi-screen installations. The simple one-touch ‘pop-out’ fast release

mechanism allows full extension of the display out of the videowall to provide access and allow for servicing quickly and safely. Tool-less eightpoint micro-adjustment is included for alignment of the displays and a sequentially drilled wall plate and precision dedicated spacers

eliminate the requirement for on-site calculations and measurements, the company says. The pop-out mechanism can be temporarily disabled with a security locking screw to prevent unintentional pop-outs, and can be adjusted for varying display

weights. The VWPOP’s open frame design is said to allow full electrical wiring access, while integrated cable management strips have been developed to make display-to-display cabling simple. VWPOP mounts are available for both portrait- and landscapemounted screens, and can be used for displays measuring up to 95in and weighing up to 130kg. VWPOP quick release pop-out universal Stand: 1-N120 videowall mounts enable easy access

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EXHIBITORVIEW Towards a more immersive world Life is becoming a lot more technology driven. People want to immerse themselves in an experience that will bring them closer to colleagues or even their favourite brands. In 2017, two major trends will continue to dominate and drive visual display innovations. These will be the offering of one-stop solutions for businesses that want to enhance the in-store experience, and technology to create a much more interactive work environment. For retailers, the development of enhanced display solutions, new long-life LED and laser light sources, 4K UHD image enhancements and advances in 360º omnidirectional projection offer a complete immersive shopping experience. Even long-term signage solutions have been created to fit the most difficult spaces to make sure every space is being used to attract customers. To create a totally immersive experience, the technology

installed will need to be supported by embedded software systems; for example, software that offers driverless multi-touch capabilities, wireless HD streaming, plus digital signage content creation and management. The complete solution will enable new possibilities in applications previously unimaginable. Interactive technology is helping businesses improve the way they deliver important information through presentations, documents, images and more during meetings. It can also easily increase collaboration between offices within global businesses. Highbrightness projectors deliver strong, impactful images without having to compete with natural or artificial light. Plus, interactive flatscreen panels (IFPs) allow presenters to easily capture, annotate and share ideas in real time with their audience. Only a few businesses have invested in boardroom facilities that enable increased collaboration, but taking on a complete solution will create a fully interactive meeting space where employees, whether working remotely or not, can work together in real time.

Pete Wang President BenQ Europe

It’ll be interesting to see how both immersive and interactive technology will further change people’s lives in 2017. At BenQ, we’re dedicated to driving these technology developments forward and believe it is the responsibility of the whole industry to open up the world to new possibilities.

Stand: 5-U24

Revving up the Corvette Museum ASHLY AUDIO Visitors to the Ashly Audio stand can learn about the recent revamp of the audio system at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, US. Opened in 1994, the museum has numerous historical and technological exhibits, but the main draw is a rotating collection of mint-condition Corvettes that span the car’s 60-plus years in production. Centerline Audio Visual installed a Dante network audio system featuring Ashly ne8250.pe 8-channel network amplifiers with on-board Protea DSP. Using a roomcentric audio design, the amplifiers are located throughout the museum and connected via the Dante network. In the words of Scott Oliver, Centerline president: “Now the Corvette Museum sounds as cool as it looks!” Oliver explained: “For years, the museum used the modest sound system that went in with the building for paging, mainly. The exhibits used TVs with DVDs on loop, which didn’t pack a lot of punch. We noticed that the National Corvette Museum had the feel of a natural history museum; it was quiet. For example, the museum

has a ‘boardwalk’ where new Corvette owners can pick up their customordered vehicles. It’s awesome looking – all these new Corvettes awaiting their new owners – but it was silent! We convinced them that they needed some exciting music, consistent with the brand.” The newly renovated system consists of over 200 SoundTube in-ceiling loudspeakers in 40 zones powered by five Ashly ne8250.pe 8-channel 250W network amplifiers. The room-centric audio design strategically locates the amps throughout the facility to minimise loudspeaker cable runs. The built-in Protea DSP does all of the loudspeaker processing. Dante connectivity links the Ashly amplifiers to a Symetrix SymNet Radius DSP matrix router. Users can adjust the zone volume and source material from ARC controllers, and the entire system is tied intelligently into the fire and paging systems.

Stand: 3-C87

The National Corvette Museum in Kentucky

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

www.shure.eu

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Workplace Transformation: How Improved Collaboration Systems Can Future-Proof Your Business STEVE PRYOR Director of EMEA Channel Sales Oblong Industries Inc. oblong.com

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VOXPOP AV over IP is already essential, and is being relied on to carry out core functions in almost any industry you can think of. Education, digital signage, and corporate environments were early adopters, but houses of worship, security, research, process control, and government including military require reliable, high-quality, high-density AV over IP to drive decisions and enable effective communication. It’s not a question of how far down the road they’ll progress with this technology. It’s really a question of when they’re going to get on the road and start the trek toward a stronger, better-connected organisation.

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

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 my customer base. The Software Defined Video Over Ethernet Alliance (SDVoE Alliance) is a new technology consortium working to accelerate the adoption of AV over IP, and to raise the level of discourse. Historically, success in technology is never about the transport - how you move bits from place to place. It is about the platform, and how the platform can be leveraged to solve user problems and create great experiences. The SDVoE Alliance’s purpose is to provide the full stack platform solution that enables AV over IP to finally take off.

Justin Kennington President, SDVoE Alliance Stand: 12-H55

It will be vital. On the infrastructure side, we’re already seeing momentum in IP adoption for cheaper implementation of long-reach multi-channel AV signals. As bandwidth requirements grow, this trend will continue and may eventually end up as direct IP attachments to endpoints (cameras, displays etc). Currently the AV market is using proprietary techniques for transport, but we expect open, interoperable standards to emerge and ease integration and there is significantly more work to do in software-based management of IP traffic across the network. IP adoption will also enable virtualisation of media functions, as is happening in the broadcast industry today.

Ramesh Iyer Director AVB segment, Xilinx Stand: 14-B132

GhosT-OLED in new guise LANG With a focus on promising media technologies, SOLUTIONS4AV – which is part of Lang – works in close co-operation with customers to develop new approaches and opportunities. “The specific requirements and our years of experience, paired with technical know-how, allow for future-orientated implementation, and let us develop products which will remain truly unique in this form,“ said Tobias Schwirten, director of SOLUTIONS4AV. An example of a SOLUTIONS4AVdeveloped product is the GhosTOLED, which enables not only image presentation but also the transparency to allow objects

placed behind the screen to be seen, enabling the incorporation of real objects into the displayed image. This, says the company, is particularly useful for eye-catching exhibits at fairs, in museums or for retail displays in sales areas. OLED displays, it points out, are self-illuminated and do not require a backlight, while the image reproduction quality of OLED, especially the excellent colour contrast, is a real strength of the technology. The GhosT-OLED can be optionally equipped with primeTOUCH, and at ISE 2017 Lang is presenting a further development of GhosT application in the form of a 3x2 Wall GhosT with primeTOUCH.

Stand: 1-H60

GhosT-OLED technology in a 3x2 configuration is on show at ISE

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NEW SHURE INTERPRETATION CONSOLE

WHEN EVERY WORD IS CRITICAL International conferences demand absolute clarity and accuracy when it comes to simultaneous interpretation. The new ISO 20109-compliant Shure Interpretation Console provides greater flexibility for interpreters. A redesigned control layout – including Braille labels – is more intuitive and easier to use than ever before. A larger color screen shows the status of up to 8 relay and 3 outgoing language channels, or speaker/agenda information. Once configured to suit the interpreter, all settings can be saved on a USB drive and quickly recalled at another Shure Interpretation Console. Dual 3.5 mm headphone/headset jacks allow connection to the widest array of devices, and an integrated loudspeaker allows convenient monitoring during breaks.

www.shure.eu

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DynamicShare standard

DynamicShare DynamicShare allows users to share different real time video sources with zero frame latency, software and wireless free, giving high level of security. No need for external devices. Optimise both cabling and installation with HDMI looping between monitors. Is available in three versions, standard, loop and stand-alone.

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VOXPOP Why do you think the ISE show has managed to grow year after year? It is the only show of this kind in Europe. Basically, there is no competition. Exhibitors like ourselves just need to meet their distributors, and maybe find new ones. When selling globally, there are only two opportunities to meet them at once without visiting them one by one: there is the CEDIA show in USA and the ISE in Europe.

ISE is truly the only panEuropean event where leaders in the AV, unified communications, and video collaboration markets can all meet to discuss and learn about the latest industry and technology trends. It’s a must attend for those who want to be in the know and see key partners and customers face-to-face.

Patrice Congard CEO, Screen Excellence Stand: 1-N4

Scott Wharton VP & GM of video collaboration, Logitech Stand: 11-D111

ZeeVee views ISE as the pre-eminent platform to show our innovative and simplified AV distribution platforms to customers not only in EMEA, but also in Asia and even the Americas. They say that seeing is believing, and ISE enables us to demonstrate real working solutions that customers can get hands on with allowing them to get a real feel for both current and emerging technologies.

Rob Muddiman EMEA sales director, ZeeVee 10-N151

New IPBaseT IPX-TC2 showcased AURORA MULTIMEDIA A technological first 4K60Hz 4:4:4 AV over IP signal transceiver, utilising the IPBaseT technology made by Aurora Multimedia, is being showcased on the company’s stand. Aurora says IPBaseT technology aids the solving of existing issues to do with reliability, serviceability, scalability, capability and inventory in the AV space. The IPX-TC2 Series is, according to the company, the world’s first 10Gbps IPBaseT transceiver capable of 4K60Hz 4:4:4 with extremely low 1.3:1 real-time compression and zero frame latency. It includes scaling, windowing and videowall modes up to 16x16 and is offered in copper or fibre. Aurora’s latest IPX-TC2 combines a variety of 4K IP technologies and features under one unified protocol using a simplified topology.

Uncompressed video with zero latency (4K30Hz 4:4:4), visually lossless video with low latency (4K60Hz 4:4:4 with 100μs latency), seamless switching, videowall and multi-viewer modes, digital audio, USB 2.0 (480Mbps), Dante option, 1Gbps Ethernet and control are some of the core capabilities of IPBaseT. Utilising the bandwidth of a standard 10Gbps copper or fibre (IPX Series), IPBaseT supports large scalable audio/video matrixing, and it does so while replacing multiple technologies and products with a ‘single-box’ distributed platform. “The IPX-TC2 builds on the already shipping IPX-TC1 capabilities, offering enhanced options and more capabilities at a different price point,” commented Paul Harris, CEO of Aurora.

Stand: 5-R54 The IPX-TC2 Series is being highlighted on the Aurora Multimedia stand

New projector, presenter, lens CANON ISE 2017 sees the first public appearance of Canon’s XEED WUX6500 projector, the PR500-R presenter and LX-IL08WZ lens. The XEED WUX6500 features a WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution LCOS panel with brightness up to 6,500

lumens, making it the brightest singlelamp LCOS projector in Canon’s range. HDBaseT alongside HDMI and DVI-I allows for greater connectivity options, including Network Multi-Projection. Interchangeable lenses further enhance versatility to allow projection from different positions and enable multi-projector installations.

The XEED WUX6500 features a WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution LCOS panel

Canon’s PR500-R presenter is a laser pointer featuring a precision 635nm ‘double red’ laser for better visibility in bright rooms or on bright screens. It features a removable dongle for fast connection to PCs and Macs and natively supports Microsoft PowerPoint, Mac Keynote and Adobe Reader. Controls include next page, previous page, start/end slideshow and black screen. The LX-IL08WZ wide angle zoom lens is designed for Canon’s LX projector range to add wider angle projection capabilities at shorter distances. The lens is motorised to allow remote zoom and focus adjustment. It has a focal length of 15.73-23.59mm for an equivalent zoom range of 1.5x while maintaining a wide aperture. The XEED WUX6500 will be available from March 2017. The PR500-R and LXIL08WZ are available immediately.

Stand: 1-F42

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Retailers are looking for ways to simplify deployment and management of in-store digital signage, according to exhibitor Elo, and at ISE 2017 it is highlighting its response – solutions that the company says combine stylish, commercial-grade hardware with simple and secure device management and content delivery. Elo’s Android-based interactive architecture is a digital signage platform of touchscreens from 10in to 70in. The large-size touch displays are turned into an all-in-one with a player that slides into the back of the display to deliver what the company claims is the industry’s thinnest commercial-grade, Android touch

computer. A Qualcomm Snapdragon processor is featured, and AC power, video and USB signals pass between the computer module and the Elo IDS touch display via an internal docking connector. Shelf brackets, wall brackets, counter stands, flip stands and a floor stand allow mounting in either portrait, landscape or tabletop orientation. Configuration and accessory options for interacting with consumers include Bluetooth/ BLE, near field communication/RFID, magnetic stripe reader, barcode reader, customer-facing displays and other General Purpose I/O (GPIO) accessories. EloView is the company’s cloudbased content management system.

Stand: 10-N148

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Adeo Screen – Screen Research – Harman – Adeo

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd ..................7-X160 Aavara Innovation Corp..........................................10-K121 ABB / Busch-Jaeger.................................................. 9-E200 ABLETECH CO., LTD....................................................12-N36 Absen GmbH ................................................................ 12-C45 Absolute Acoustics .......................................................5-S85 ABtUS Singapore Pte Ltd. .......................................... 5-V22 ACCLAIM LIGHTING.................................................... 12-F40 Acer......................................................................14-B105 Acoustic Energy ..........................................................5-R128 Acquire Digital ..................................................... 8-E278 ACTIVE AUDIO ..............................................................3-A122 Acurus and Aragon.....................................................5-V125

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

AVID...................................................................................7-V215

Canford Audio.......................................................7-F225

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

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

Avitech International Corporation..................... 11-G118

Canon Europe..................................................................1-F42

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

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

AVNation..........................................................................7-V165

CASADIGI..........................................................................1-M18

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

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

Avnet Embedded ........................................................8-N324

Casio Europe GmbH .................................................. 1-F120

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

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

Avocent by Vertiv ................................................8-H318

CAT – California Audio Technology .........................5-S70

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

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

Avocor ................................................................... 13-C68

Catchbox............................................................................5-R45

curveLED GmbH..................................................8-R202

Aquavision......................................................................5-V115

Avolites Ltd....................................................................8-N337

Caymon...........................................................................7-N190

Custom Home Europe .................................................1-N75

Arbor Media ................................................. 1-E108, 1-E112

Avonic ....................................................................6-M160

CC Technic Taiwan Co., Ltd. ........................................1-E66

CYP UK LTD ......................................................................5-U60

Arbor Technology Corp. ....................................9-A172

Axitour Communication Systems ...................6-K150

CEDIA...................................................................... 1-F7, 1-F21

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

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

CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre...................5-S120

Architettura Sonora ................................................... 3-C100 Archwave........................................................................7-V210 AREC Inc..............................................................13-E100 Argosy ....................................................................12-F68 Arkadin an NTT Communications Company .............. ...............................................................................14-D250 Armagard ...................................................................... 8-E265 Artcoustic Loudspeakers ...........................................5-U94 Arthur Holm / Albiral Display Solutions............................ ...........................................................................11-F135, 2-A42 Artixium......................................................... 8-F180, 8-E200 ARTNOVION .....................................................................5-U72 ARX Systems .......................................................6-M152 ASCENDO Immersive Audio GmbH ....................5-R117 Ashly Audio, Inc. .............................................................3-C87 Ashton Bentley ............................................................................ .............................14-M200, 14-N300, 14-N305, 14-P400 ASL......................................................................... 7-E225 ASRock Incorporation............................................... 8-E285 Astouch Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd .......13-F70 ASUS.................................................................................8-F355 Asystems Corporation............................................14-K164 ATEïS Europe BV .........................................................7-S122 Aten ....................................................................8-N210, 5-S85 AtlasIED/MTX Audio (MiTek Corporation) ............5-S66 Atlona .................................................................................5-S92 Atracsys..........................................................................8-H375 Attero Tech ....................................................................3-A122 AUDAC – Hearing is Believing ...............................7-N190 Audinate ......................................................................... 7-E190 Audio Everywhere...................................................14-M244 Audio-Technica Ltd......................................................3-A122 AudioControl.................................................................1-N115 AudioPressBox .............................................................7-V175 Audioquest .................................................................10-N114 Audipack ...........................................................................1-F40 Audix Microphones .......................................................3-C87 Aurora Multimedia ........................................................5-R54 AUTONOMIC..................................................................5-R119 AV Drop ........................................................................14-H130 AV EMEA BV ................................5-R128, 5-R125, 5-S126 AV Gear ..............................................................................5-S85 AV INDUSTRY................................................................3-A134 AV Magazine .................................................................6-N152 AV Stumpfl .............................................................1-H6, 1-G3 AV-LEADER CORPORATION................................... 7-M235 AVANZA Corporation ....................................................1-Q95

B B&K AV Ltd...............................................................5-V93 B&K Braun......................................................................8-F220 B&S MEDIA CO., LTD. ........................................13-B104 B-Tech International Ltd..............................................5-R60 Baanto International Ltd..........................................8-H322 Bachmann GmbH & Co. KG........................................2-A42 Baldwin Boxall ................................................................3-C87 Bang & Olufsen a/s....................................................5-U110 Barco ..............................................................12-F100, 2-A42 Barix AG..........................................................................8-N270 BAROSNT CO., LTD..............................................13-B68 Basalte ...............................................................................5-U65 Basys GmbH.................................................................8-H267 Beabloo........................................................................... 8-E360 Beckhoff .........................................................................9-B185 Behringer.......................................................................7-H179 Beijing JS Technology Co., Ltd ...............................1-Q110 BenQ Europe B.V. ...........................................................5-U24 Best Vision Projection Screens........................6-M158 Beta Three ..........................................................14-G200 beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG............................. 1-M122 Biamp Systems ..............................................................3-A75 Black Box .....................................................................10-R118 Blackmagic Design .................................................... 3-C128 Bleu Comm Azur EURL ...........9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 blueBOX GmbH..........................................................10-K160 BlueJeans Network ................................................ 11-D136 Bluesound ..........................................................14-D170 Blustream......................................................................... 5-V35 BMB Fulmer B.V..............................................................1-N18 BNG ........................................................................8-K170 Bolin Technology.................................................13-B80 Bosch Security Systems B.V....................2-C50, 7-M176 Bose Professional ...................................7-C172, 11-A135 Bosste Video & Film Equipment Co. Ltd. ..............2-A30 Boston GmbH.............................................................14-B150 Bowers & Wilkins......................................................10-K114 Boxxline BV................................................................... 7-M250 Braehler ICS AG..........................................3-A138, 3-B140 BrightSign........................................................8-K240, 2-A42 BroadSign International, LLC.................................8-H317 Brompton Technology Ltd....................................... 8-F210 BTX ................................................................................14-H152 BXB Electronics Co., Ltd. ..........................................3-A127

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CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre.......... 9-F155 celexon Germany GmbH Co. KG .............................. 5-V18 Central China Display Labs......................................8-K380 Ceratec Audio Design GmbH .................................7-P188 Cerevo Inc. .............................................................13-F85 Certes Technologies SIA ........................................13-B108 Chainzone Technology (Foshan) Co., Ltd. .......... 12-C63 Charvet Digital Media................................................8-S200 CHAUVET Professional ............................................7-R235 CHIAYO Electronics Co., Ltd.....................................3-A111 Chief Mfg ...........................................................................2-C42 China Great Wall Computer Shenzhen Co., Ltd............... ..........................................................................................14-B136 Chipone Technology (Beijing) Co.,Ltd. ............8-N350 Christie............................................................... 1-M85, 1-H70 Cineak.................................................................................5-S70 Cisco...............................................................................11-C120 Citygrow .........................................................................9-A166 CityMeo ........................................................................... 12-E76 Clear-Com .....................................................................7-K180 ClearOne ...........................................................................3-C98 clearvoice-systems GmbH......................................7-T215 Cleerline Technology Group ....................................5-V100 Clevertouch...................................................................13-B85 CLF Lighting ......................................................... 7-E220 Click Effects .................................................................. 12-C20 Clockaudio Limited ....................................................7-Q190 Cloud Electronics Limited ........................................7-T170 Coda Audio GmbH ......................................................7-N225 Colorlight........................................................................12-H31 COLUM ELECTRONICS IND. CORP.........................7-S170 ComfortClick ...........................................................5-V74 COMM Products Technologies.............................10-P111 COMM-TEC GmbH .........................................................2-A42 Communications Business Solutions ..............11-D102 Community Professional Loudspeakers ......... 1-M128 CONCEPT International GmbH ..............................8-N266 Condeco Ltd........................................................14-H100 Conen mounts............................................................11-D115 Connessioni ...................................................................7-V174 Contacta Systems Ltd................................................7-T216 CONTEC Intelligent Housing................................... 9-F190 Control4 EMEA..........................................................10-N114 CONTROLtronic GmbH ............9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Cordial GmbH, Sound & Audio Equipment ........7-V185 CORE Brands...................................................................1-N53 Coretronic Corporation.............................................1-N130

AVCIT Electronics...........................................................3-A80

C-Mark Audio ...............................................................7-Q212

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

Avenview ..............................................................9-B160

Cabletime Ltd.............................................................10-P116

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

AVerMedia Technologies, Inc.................................. 8-F237

CadAltro ................................................................13-D71

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

Avers Screens Sp. z.o.o. ..............................................2-A55

Calibre UK Ltd ..............................................................12-N45

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

AVEX....................................................................................1-E56

Cam Merkezi ......................................................14-A182

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

AVI-SPL.........................................................................11-A115

Cambridge Sound Management...........................7-P212

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

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Hall Research...............................................................3-A100

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7-P160

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IsoTek SMART Power (APS GmbH) ..............14-N307 6-N148 ITEC .........................................................................7-T158 6-M160 6-K160

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7-X190

7-S160

7-V180

7-X185 7-Z180

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

6-N140

Jaunty-Fabricator Ent. Ind. Co. Ltd.................. 6-E160 JD-MEDIA Co., Ltd........................................................7-X210 1-M128

1-N130

Jiangsu Baihong Audio Video Technology Co., Ltd ........ 1-H130 ......................................................................................... 11-G119

7-X182 7-V170

7-V172

7-W172 7-W173

7-V168

7-V174

7-W170

7-T160 7-V160

7-V165 7-W165

7-X180

7-X160

1-M125

1-N120 1-N122 1-Q110 Jiangyin City Shengshang Video Equipment Co., Ltd. ..

..........................................................................................14-K1101-Q100 1-H120

1-M124 1-Q95 1-N117 Jinwei Wire & Cable Co.............................................7-S222 1-N110

1-N115

1-Q92

JM Supplies .................................................................. 13-C70 1-Q90 JOAN.............................................................................14-M297 1-M123 1-N977-C171 JoeCo Ltd ....................................................................... 1-Q75 1-N90 1-N95 Joyway Technology Co., Ltd....................................8-K326 1-M122

Jung, Albrecht GmbH & Co.KG .............................. 9-E160 Just Add Power...........................................................5-S112 1-N80

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Linea Research....................................................6-K172 Link Srl............................................................................7-S225

Krika ................................................................................ 1-M124 5-R128 5-S126 5-U130 5-U132

Linko Electric Co., Ltd................................................8-D330

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

Linkx Electronics Co., Ltd.........................................7-P230

5-R125

Kunshan Hongjie Electronics Co.,Ltd..................8-H180 5-R119

5-V125

5-R117 5-S118 5-U120 kvm-tec electronic5-S120 GmbH .....................................14-A185 5-V120 5-R116

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Listen Technologies ................................................... 7-C170 Solutions Theatre

Lite Puter........................................................................ 9-E170 Lode Audio Ltd .......................................................2-E64

5-S114 5-S113

Logitech....................................................................... 11-D111

5-R114

5-V115 5-S110 5-S112 5-R110 5-R112 L-Acoustics.....................................................................7-X220 5-U110

Loxit Ltd....................................................................... 11-G132

Lab.gruppen .................................................................7-H179

Lumens Digital Optics Inc......................... 1-H127, 2-A42

Lake..................................................................................7-H179 5-U101

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

5-R100

5-R105

5-S100

Lancom Systems........................................................8-N318 5-U102 5-U100

5-V100

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

LANG AG............................................................................1-H60 5-U94 5-R95

Lutron EA Ltd............................................................... 1-M125

Larnitech GmbH..........................................................9-B162 5-V93 5-R92 5-R90 5-S92

Luxon...............................................................................12-N35

LAWO................................................................................7-V210 5-V90

LUXUL .............................................................................5-S126

LDA Audio Tech........................................................... 7-M215

Lynx Pro Audio..............................................................7-X190

Le Mark5-R80 Group.....................................................6-K154 5-V74

Lyravox Gerätemanufaktur .................................... 7-Q185

LEAF 6-E162 5-R78 TECH. PVT. 5-S80LTD ......................................... 5-U72

Residential Solutions M2L Co., Ltd..........................................................8-D293

5-U92 5-U93

5-R83

JVC .........................................................................12-H59

7-Z160

Kramer Electronics Ltd. ..............................................1-F20

1-H125 1-H123

Jiangsu TSD Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.. 8-F2481-Q115

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

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K-array ........................................................................... 7-W200

5-S75 LEDBlade .....................................................................14-K190 5-R75 5-V72

1-N75 Kamaleonte SL ....................................................8-K280

5-R70 Ledcon Systems5-S70 GmbH ........................................... 8-E330

MACROBLOCK, INC..................................................... 8-F311

Ledconstruct........................................................8-R304

Magic Schaufenster................................................... 8-E290

1-H90

5-U65

1-Q70 1-Q72

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

1-H85

1-Q65

KARAK Electronics Co., Ltd .............................. 7-C235 1-M85

5-V68

5-S66

LEDECA ...........................................................................8-N275 5-R65 5-U60 5-V60

5-S64

5

Maior...................................................................14-M298

KAUBER..........................................................................6-H132 1-P58

LedGo BV........................................................................8-K185

Maler Digital Signage Operations Ltd ............8-N300

Keewin Display CO.,LTD............................................8-H360 1-H70

Ledman Optoelectronic Co., Ltd............................8-K209

Manger Audio..................................................................1-Q70

5-R60

5-S60

Mansion Industry Co., Ltd ........................................7-H235

Institute of Sound and Communications

Kensence (Shenzhen) Technology Development

Marata Vision ..........................................................5-R80

1-F42 Engineers Ltd...............................................................7-P232

1-M80

1-N53

Legamaster International BV ..............................10-R130 5-V52 5-S56 5-U35

Co., Ltd.............................................................................13-D83

5-V50 Legrand ...............................................................1-M2, 1-M80 5-S57 5-R55

Marconi technologies sa..........................................12-D93 marketing-displays GmbH & Co. KG...................8-N365

Keonn ..............................................................................8-R200

Leon Speakers, Inc........................................................1-P58

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

Kerchan Technology Group Limited ............... 8-E317 1-N50

LevelOne / Digital Data Communications5-V37 GmbH ..........

Marshall Electronics, Inc........................................11-G120

Inter-M .............................................................................7-K190

Kern & Stelly Medientechnik GmbH.................... 5-R100

............................................................................................8-K276

Martin Audio ................................................7-K175, 7-K180

2-E36

2-A36

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

1-Q60 1-Q63 KEF / GP Acoustics GmbH......................................7-D170 LEDTECHNOLOGY sp. z o.o. ..............................8-H380 5-V57

Intel Corp ............................................................11-B140 2-A42

7-W195

Installation.....................................................................7-Q160 1-E56

2-C42

2-A40

7-R165

7-V185

Konka E-display Co., Ltd .........................8-N198, 8-E175 Discovery KONO Support Technology Ltd ........................ 1-E116 Zone KOTRA .................................................................14-C112

James Loudspeaker LLC ........................................7-P210

1-H127

7-Q165

7-X210

7-W200

7-V205

6-N152

2-E40

2-A45

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6-K168 6-K166

7-P150

1-M94

2-E70 1-E69

2-C50

6-M172 6-M170

7-W210

7-T191

7-S170 7-S176

7-Q170

1-M100

1-E80 Solutions Theatre .....................................................11-A140

2-A70

6-H152

6-K172 6-K170

7-P170

7-N176

7-N160

7-H160

7-X213

7-V215

1-H60

5-R45

5-R30

5-R40

5-R54

5-R50

interactive scape GmbH ....................................8-K230

KEVIC, Inc ............................................................14-N340

Leviton Security & Automation .............................9-D172 5-V35

Marvel Technology (China) Co., Ltd......................8-R375

Intevi Ltd. ..............................................................8-K290

KF SRL...................................................................8-H233

LEX SYSTEM .................................................................8-R309

Matrox Electronic Systems GmbH ...................... 12-E38

Intopix........................................................................... 10-Q118

Kindermann GmbH.......................................................5-R50 1-Q35

Leyard and Planar, a Leyard company ..............12-H85 5-V34

Maytel Co., Ltd..............................................................7-S231

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

Kindwin Opto Electronic Co., Ltd...........................12-N57

LG Electronics ..............................................................12-K70

MC Solution ..........................................................8-D186

1-F40

1-M27

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

KIRRON light components GmbH & Co KG.......8-R310

LG Electronics Deutschland GmbH........................2-A42 5-V22

Mdina Media.........................................................8-H315

iRidium mobile............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 1-F21

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

Lifedomus...................................................................... 9-E195 5-U20 5-V18 5-R20

MDT Medientechnik GmbH.....................................8-N230

IRTOUCH......................................................................... 1-F20 13-C75

Kling & Freitag GmbH 1-N18 1-H20 1-M16 ...............................................7-D172 1-M18

Lighthouse Technologies Limited ........................8-N361

Mean Well ............................................................. 9-E190

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

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

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

MEDER CommTech GmbH..................................... 7-W192

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

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

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

Media Facade ............................................................... 8-D265

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2-E24

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5-U24

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3-A121

7-M176

7-K175

7-T193 7-T192

7-S190

7-P185

7-M190

7-H180

7-X220

7-T190 7-T194

7-Q195

7-X240

7-W212 7-V210

7-Q210

7-X230

7-V250

7-W220

7-T216 7-Q211

7-V245

7-W225 7-V220

7-T215

7-D179 7-C174

7-V242

7-W227

7-P200 7-E190

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

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8-N235

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8-E208

Ophit Co. Ltd................................................................10-K135 8-R205

8-N210

8-K210

8-H195

8-N210

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8-R200

8-K209

8-E200

8-D188

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8-K205

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8-N198

8-D186

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8-K185

8-H182

8-F180

8-E180

8-K170

8-D185

8-K170

8-K175 8-M180

8-N175 8-N180

Oray / Erard Pro .............................................................3-C82 Nanjing Magewell Electronics Co., Ltd............... 8-F235

SIGNAGE DIGITAL RECEPTION, Navaho mobil Werke AG...........................................................13-A70 ..........................................................................10-S122 OPENING SMART BUILDING RECEPTION, SUMMIT SIGNAGE CONFERENCE AND Mode Lighting ..............................................................5-S110 Navitar..................................................................................1-N6 SMART BUILDING INFOPOINTSUMMIT KEYNOTE CONFERENCE AND OPENING

9-E220 9-F195

9-E225

9-E200

Auditorium/ Auditorium/ RAI Theater

Opus Technologies .............................................6-K168

8-N175 8-N180

9-F195

RAI Theater

Orban Europe GmbH..........................................6-M150

Origin Acoustics ..........................................................5-S113 Osborne Technologies ....................................... 13-C65

NDSKEYNOTE Solutions Co. Limited ...................................... 8-E312

MODULO PI .........................................................14-K130

NEAR...............................................................................7-W170

MONACOR INTERNATIONAL ...................................7-V220

NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH ...................5-R24

9-E170 9-B170 9-B171 Mersive................................................................14-C134 9-D175 9-B172 9-A166

Monitor Audio Ltd. .........................................................5-R75

Neets A/S.......................................................................3-A117

9-D170 9-E170 9-B170 9-B171 METEL9-A164 s.r.o.........................................................14-C200 9-A166

9-F170 Monitors AnyWhere...................................................8-R362

Net Display Systems ................................................. 8-F240

9-F160 Metra Home Theater Group9-D160 ...................................5-S114 9-E160 9-B1609-A164 9-B162 9-A160

MOOVIA..............................................................................5-R40

Meyer Sound ..................................................................1-M94 9-E160 9-D160 9-B160 9-B162 9-A160

9-F160 Morel .................................................................................7-T191

...........................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

miclift.com............................................................7-H230

MSC Technologies ......................................................8-N324

Neutrik AG .....................................................................6-N148

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

Multi-Caisses Inc.........................................................3-A121

NewHank Quality AV products ............................. 7-M225

PANCONNECT s.r.o........................................................ 5-V90 14-B170

Newline Interactive, Inc ...........................11-D156, 2-A42

Paradigm Electronics14-B155 Inc ................................14-B180

9-A180

9-D182

9-B185

9-D190

9-F190

9-E190

9-E195

Merging9-A174 Technologies SA........................................ 7-C169 9-A172

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9-A170

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9-E178

9-E175

9-E178

9-F170 9-D172 9-E175

9-A170

9-B151 9-B150

9-F150

9-F150

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

9-F190

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9-F155

9-B151 9-B150

9-F155

10-K153

10-K155 10-N151 10-K160

10-N155

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9-F140

10-K150

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

10-K155 10-N151 10-K153 10-K160

10-N155 MultiCAM Systems ...................................................13-E105 9-F140 10-K150

MultiTaction.................................................................11-F137 10-P148

11-D156 11-F146 11-B150 Mildex Optical Inc........................................................8-H367

Murideo........................................................................14-M246 NEXCOM International Co., Ltd ..............................8-H235 10-N146 10-N148

10-P149

10-N142

10-P148

10-P149

10-R146

Audio Demo Rooms

Newtek ............................................................................ 12-F62 10-R146

10-N148

Audio Demo Rooms

10-N146

Murraypro...................................................................... 12-F60

Nexio Co., Ltd10-S127 ................................................................8-D245

10-K136 10-N136 10-N140 10-P136 10-N142 11-D150 11-F137 11-B140 11-C140 Minrray Industry Co., Ltd........................................11-A130 11-G140 Music ...............................................................................7-H179 10-K135

Nexo S.A. ........................................................................3-A122

11-F146

10-K138

11-D141

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10-K138 Music & Lights Srl ...................................................... 7-D179

Mitsubishi Electric Europe ............2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36 11-D136

MuxLab ..............................................................................1-N95 10-K125 10-K118

11-A140

11-B140

11-D150

11-C140

11-F137

11-G140

11-D138

11-A132

10-K135

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11-F135

10-N136

10-P132

10-P136

10-S125 Nexus21 Concealment Systems.............................1-N75

10-R130

10-P126

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11-B130

11-D130

10-K121

11-F130

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11-A125

11-F130

11-C120

11-A117

11-A125

11-D115

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10-K121

10-P122

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10-P116

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10-P124

11-G118

11-D115

11-G119

10-P111

10-K110

10-K114

10-K110 11-F111

11-G118

10-S123

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10-P122 11-G120

11-C120

10-S125

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11-F111

11-A115

10-P124

10-R120 10-P126

11-G132

11-G119

11-A127

10-K118

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11-A128 ML-Audio und Carbons GmbH .................................1-N97 11-A129 11-B130 11-D130

11-A115

10-P132

10-K125

11-D136

14-K195

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Europa Entrance Europa P. Audio............................................................................7-Q180 G Entrance

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14-K193

14-K190

14-G200

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14-H170

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

14-A182 14-A180

14-K174 14-D170 14-H155 14-D175 14-D180

14-B180

14-H152 14-D165 14-D167 14-D 14-D160

14-B165 14-B160

14-B150

14-B170 14-D150

14-C155

14-H150

14-B165 Parasound Products inc...........................................5-R128 14-A140

10-P111

10-P115

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14-D250

14-D170 14-D175 14-D180

Panasonic14-A180 Marketing Europe GmbH .....................1-H20 14-A185 14-B180

14-A160

14-G200

14-C210

14-A185 GmbH ................................................7-P220 Pan Acoustics 14-C200

14-K164

14-B155

14-B138 14-A160 14-B140

14-H140

14-B160 14-B150 Partilink ..........................................................................8-K332 14-B136 14-B130 14-B132

14-D120

14-A140 14-C134

14-C120

14-K154

14-H130

14-B138 PASCOM CO.,LTD ..................................................7-V230 14-A120 14-B140 14-B136

14-D150

14-C155

14-K150

14-H120

14-D116

14-C118 14-C122 PASO SpA .....................................................7-E205, 7-D177 14-B130 14-B132 14-C134 14-B110

14-C116

14-A120

14-B105

14-C110

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

14-C118

14-B110

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14-B100

14-D120

14-C107

DRONEPCP Solutions...............................................................8-K285 NEXT-proaudio............................................................7-W173 ARENAPeavey Commercial Audio......................................7-N210 10-S127

10-N140

OutClass ..........................................................................5-V120

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Newstar Products Europe .........................................5-S64

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

11-D141 Mimo Monitors.....................................................8-R365 11-D156 11-B150

11-A102

Optowell Co., Ltd ............................................................2-A53

8-N182

8-K185

8-K175 8-M180

Mode-AL Limited ........................................................ INFOPOINT12-F75

9-D170

11-A104

Optocore GmbH...........................................................7-K175 Optoma Europe ......................................... 1-H120, 1-N130

MMT | HYPEBOX..........................................................8-K270 DIGITAL

Meridian Audio .................................................... 9-D1727-Q214 9-D175

11-A127

OPTO TECH CORPORATION ....................................8-N280

8-R188

8-N182

8-H180

8-E175

MEDIALON ........................................................................2-A42

11-A128

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8-R188

8-H180

8-E175

9-E220

11-A130

OPTIMAL Co., Ltd...............................................14-C110

8-R200

8-H184

8-E180

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8-R202

8-R195

8-D186

9-D200 9-E190 9-D185 9-E195

8-K205

8-H184

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

11-A135

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8-N228

8-R205

8-F208

8-E200

9-D195

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8-N235

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8-H195

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Oneking Tech Co.,Ltd........................................14-K193

8-R235

8-N240 8-R235

8-K230

8-N240

Fre

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8-N248

8-E209

8-D185

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8-K240

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8-E210

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8-E240

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12-F70

SpinetiX...........................................................................8-H275

12-F60 12-F55 Shenzhen Lightlink Display Technology Co., Ltd............ 12-F58

spo-comm GmbH.......................................................8-N335

12-E58 12-K65 12-F50 12-F52 12-H85 12-K40, 12-N50...........................................................................

12-N65 Squadrat GmbH ..........................................................8-D185

Shenzhen Magnimage Technology Co., Ltd .....................

ST-Vitrinen.....................................................................8-H240

12-H59 ...........................................................................8-E209, 12-N50

Stage Tec GmbH.................................................7-W190

12-E57

12-H55

12-P63

12-N57

12-K56

12-H57

14-C116

14-B105

14-C110

14-H130

14-K154

14-H120

14-K150

2-A53 14-M254

2-A51

14-M246

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

2-A48

14-M244

2-A45

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

14-M242 14-M236

14-B100

14-A100

14-C100 14-C103

2-A40

14-H100 14-K142

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2-A42

14-K130 2-A30

14-M227 14-M224

14-K112

14-N322 14-N325

14-P430 14-P424

2-A36

14-N311 14-M218

14-N307

14-K110

14-P416

14-K104 14-K100

14-M200

14-N305

14-P400

2-A25 2-A24

D-Meeting Rooms

Shenzhen Mary Photoelectricity Co., Ltd .......... 12-C51

13-A85

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-E75 13-C70

13-A70

13-F90

13-D85

13-A75

12-P64

12-P61

12-C50

2-A52 2-A55

14-M230

12-P65

12-C60

12-C58

14-B110

Holland Entrance SpeakerCraft ...................................................................1-N53 C Specktron ....................................................................13-E110

Shenzhen Liantronics 12-E70 12-F62Co., 12-F65Ltd. 12-F67..............................12-H36 12-K70

12-C63

14-D120

14-C134

14-C118

12-P78

Shenzhen Leading Optoelectronic Co., Ltd.......................

12-F73

14-M260

AND

REBOOKING SoundTube .......................................................................3-C87

12-E76

14-H150

14-H140

14-B138 14-B140

ORGANISERS

Co.,Ltd.............................................................................. 8-E325

12-C80 12-C82

13-B70

13-D72

13-C68

13-E72

13-D70 13-D71

13-E70

13-F75

13-F73 13-F72

13-A60

12

13-B65

13-B68

13-C60

13-C65

13-D60

13

Eu Ent

13-E65 13-F70

Education Technology

12-P60 Stampede Presentation Products, Inc ...............................

12-F45 12-C51

12-C45

12-C40

12-C36 12-C31 12-C20

12-E28

Shenzhen Newstar Optoelectronics Co.,Ltd.... 8-F208

12-N50 ......................................................................14-A100, 14-A120

12-H40 CO,LTD 12-K65 12-F40 TECHNOLOGY SHENZHEN NEXNOVO

StarBoard Solution GmbH ....................................13-C104

12-K40

12-N45

12-F38 Shenzhen Q-Color Technology Co., Ltd..............8-K315 12-E38

Stardraw.com Ltd.....................................................14-K100

12-F36 Shenzhen Rcstars Technology Co., Ltd..............8-R335

Starleaf .....................................................11-C140, 11-D150

12-N44

12-N37

Shenzhen Ruiling Optoelectronic Co., Ltd.........8-D335 12-F34 12-E36 12-H36 12-K36

Starpoint Distribution............................................... 7-M217 12-N40

Shenzhen Sage Opto Co.,Ltd................. 12-C85, 12-C82

Stealth Acoustics and AudioControl ..1-N115, 5-R110

Shenzhen Shunxun Electronics Co.,Ltd.............8-D340

Steinigke Showtechnic GmbH............................... 7-F215

Shenzhen Skyview Photoelectric Co., Ltd.........12-P70

Steinway Lyngdorf...................................................10-P115

Shenzhen Smart Sphere Technology Co., Ltd...1-N5

Stewart Audio ..............................................................3-A122

Shenzhen Solecolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd .8-K330

Stewart Filmscreen......................................................1-F41

Shenzhen Speedleader Technology Co., Ltd ...8-N355

STiNO GmbH ................................................................8-N266

Shenzhen Talk Display Technology Co., Ltd. ....12-P65

StormAudio...................................................................1-N122

Shenzhen Teeho Optoelectronic Co., Ltd .......12-N35

Stream TV Networks...............................................14-C155

Shenzhen TimeLink Technology Co., Ltd.........13-C102

Streamit BV................................................................... 8-F212

Shenzhen Uniview Led Co., Ltd............12-E36, 12-F38,

StreamPlay Oy Ltd ........................................................5-S85

.........................................................................................10-N140

StreamUnlimited Eng. GmbH................................7-P235

SHENZHEN VTEAM CO.,LTD ...................................8-R320

Structured Cable Products, Inc.- SCP.................1-N110

Shenzhen WeDo Century Industrial Co., Ltd.6-M154

Sun Rise Exact Industrial Co., Ltd ................... 8-E276

12-E30

12-F33

12-H31

12-N35

12-N36

Sunfire ...............................................................................1-N53

Tabletpro...............................................................6-K158

SUVIRA..................................................................6-M168

TAG / HORTUS AUDIO................................................7-T210

Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing Co., Ltd...

TAGLIG...................................................................8-K340

............................................................................................8-H370

TAIDEN INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD................................ 3-C111

SVI.................................................................................... 7-M240

Taiwan Carol Electronics .........................................7-Q215

SWEDX AB ........................................................................2-A42

Tannoy Ltd. ....................................................................7-H179

Swissway ...........................................................14-D169

Tasker................................................................................1-M16

SwitchBee.............................................................6-M172

Tau Audio Solutions ......................................................3-C87

SY .........................................................................................5-S75

TB Speaker Co., Ltd. .........................................14-H140

Symetrix, Inc.................................................................3-A122

TCI Cables .......................................................................7-V242

Synthax GmbH..............................................................7-T193

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

syscomtec Distribution AG .....................................8-N275

TDC Polska sp. z o.o..........................................14-A140

SZ REACH TECH CO LTD ........................................13-E108

TDG Audio......................................................................5-S126 TDI Group .......................................................................... 5-V60

T

TDMaverick ......................................................................5-U35

T+A elektroakustik GmbH Co. KG............................5-R95

TeamMate...................................................................... 13-D72

t-WIN ...................................................................... 8-E255

Tecco.............................................................................10-N142

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2-A75

13-N100 OFFICE Sound Control Technologies ............................... 11-D141

12-D91

12-C85

14-D150

14-C155

14-K164

14-A140

DRONE ARENA

2-A70

Sony ....................................................................................1-N20 12-N100

Shenzhen KTC Commercial Display Technology

12-C90

14-B150

10-Q118 Sonance.............................................................................1-N80 10-P111 10-P115 10-Q116 10-R114

Shenzhen Kinglight ............................................8-R195 11-D102 11-F104

11-B102

14-B160

14-M270 14-K174

14-H152

14-B165 14-B155

10-S114

............................................................................................12-H31 10-K110

11-C110

14-A160

Sommer Cable ..............................................1-N117 10-P116 GmbH 10-R110 10-R118

10-N114

11-F115

11-F111

14-H155

Solid State10-P126 Logic .........................................................7-S176

10-K121

14-M280 14-H170

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

14-B130 14-B132

10-P132 10-S125 SOLEDGE .......................................................................5-U102 10-R130

Shenzhen Huahai Chengxin Ltd. .......................... 12-E90 11-B130

10-N134

14-H200

14-D250

14-A120

Snowhite Display Technology Co. ........................5-U132

11-F135

Shenzhen HDCVT Technology Co., Ltd10-K125 ...............8-D320 10-K118 11-D136

3-A75

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

14-D170 14-D175 14-D180

14-B136

SMS / Evoko.....................................................................2-A42 10-N140 10-P136

10-N136

14-K190

14-G200

14-B170

Smartsign......................................................................8-N232

10-N142

14-C210

14-B180

14-A180

10-P148 10-P149 10-R146 SmartMetals Mounting Solutions B.V...............11-F115

11-F146

Shenzhen Eastar Electronic Co. Ltd.................... 12-C31

Audio Demo Rooms

Co., Ltd...................................................................13-D80

3-A50 14-N330

14-M288

14-A182

14

Smart-e (UK) Ltd......................................................10-N129 10-N148

14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

14-C200

10-N155

10-N146

14-N340

14-K194

14-A185

SMART Technologies ..............................................13-C110

Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology

3-A76

3-A80

14-M292

Europa Entrance G

Shenzhen Digital-Leader Technology Co., Ltd ........... Smart City Terminal Technology Co., Ltd ......8-D295 10-K155 10-N151 9-F140

3-A85

14-M297 14-M295

Smart Cabling & Transmission Corp. .................... 5-V50

..................................................................................13-F90 10-K150

14-M298

14-K195

10

9-F155

............................................................................................ 12-C36

3-A110

3-A100

9-D172

Shenzhen CreateLED Electronics Co. Ltd. ........8-N248

9-D160

9-B162

3-A107

9-F190

Shenzhen Comte Intellegence Tech Corp Ltd. ................

9-D170

9-B171

9-A164

9-A160

9-D200 9-D185

9-D175

9-B172

9-A170

9-D195

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Techflex, Inc...................................................................7-H160

TTL Network GmbH................................................... 7-C164

ViewSonic Europe Limited....................................11-A132

Wuhu Xingdian Industrial Co.,Ltd.................... 8-E315

Techlogix Networx.......................................................5-V100

Turbosound...................................................................7-H179

Viju........................................................................11-B150

Wurth Elektronik............................................................5-S85

Technic Electronic Conseil ....................................14-P416

Turnright Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd........... 9-E175

VIOSO GmbH ..................................................................... 1-G3

Wuxi Derhino Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd ...8-N345

Technolution B.V. .........................................................8-D205

Tutondo by ATEC Srl .................................................. 7-C165

Visiology ............................................................14-M285

WUXI LEXIN CO., LTD..................................................7-N160

TECO ................................................................................9-A170

tvONE....................................................................5-S60, 2-A42

Vision AD S.ar.l.............................................................8-N230

Wyrestorm Technologies Europe Ltd.................5-S100

Teledyne LeCroy (quantumdata) .........10-Q116, 5-S85

TW Audio.............................................................14-D150

Visionary Solutions Inc......................................6-K162

Telelogos ........................................................................ 8-F318 Teleste Corporation.......................................................1-Q65

VisionsConnected....................................................... 12-C80

U

VisioSign A/S................................................................8-H267

X Xantech..............................................................................1-N53 Xilica................................................................................ 7-M225

Televic Conference .....................................................3-A136

U.T.E. Electronic GmbH & Co. KG....................14-A185

VISIVO GmbH & Co. KG ................................................5-R40

Temas Technology............................................13-C100

UbiCast.........................................................................14-M224

Visual Productions BV...............................................7-S160

Tempest Lighting, Inc ................................................... 5-V37

UC OpenCloud ............................................................11-D150

Visualint..........................................................................9-A174

Tendzone Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd ......... 7-M220

UL LLC................................................................................5-S85

VITREA ...............................................................................5-R92

Tense Top Design Switches BVBA .......................................

Uniclass Technology Co., LTD.................................8-N175

VIVALDI SRL................................................................14-B138

...........................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

UNICOL Deutschland GmbH .....................................5-S80

Viveroo GmbH................................................................. 5-V57

Yamaha Music Europe GmbH................................ 3-C120

Xilinx...............................................................................14-B132 XTA Electronics Ltd./MC2 Audio ............................7-V160 XTREM SCREEN ..........................................................5-U100

Y

Vivitek.................................................................................5-R55

YDEA Tech (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.............................. 8-E245

Tesla.................................................................................9-B170

Unilumin Group Co., Ltd. ..........................................................

VIZ-ART AUTOMATION.................................................2-A48

Yealink...........................................................................11-B100

Texas Instruments .....................................................1-N130

.........................................12-H57, 12-E58, 12-H40, 12-F45

Vogels Products BV......................................................1-M27

Yoga Electronics Co., Ltd.......................................14-M227

The Trade Company B.V. distributor of SunBriteTV ......

Unitech............................................................................14-K80

Volfoni-3D ....................................................................14-P416

Yรถnnet Bilisim .............................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

............................................................................................8-H314

Unitech Systems EE ..................................................13-D85

Volume Network ...............................................14-K174

Yuan High-Tech Development Co., Ltd ...............8-R300

Theatrixx Technologies ...................................14-H120

UNIVE Co., Ltd ....................................................14-H150

VOOME NETWORKS ..................................................8-K272

Theben AG .....................................................................9-D185

Univox..............................................................................7-S184

VSI .......................................................................... 13-C60

Teracue GmbH ................................................................2-A42

Thinklogical.................................................................10-R110 Thinknx ..........................................................9-F170, 9-D182 Tianjin JOSEN Technology Co., Ltd.................. 12-C60 TMB ..................................................................................7-N222 TOA Electronics Europe GmbH .............................7-S190 TomWare........................................................................ 8-F368 Tonar international b.v. and Allitone b.v.b.a......... 5-V72 tonwelt GmbH............................................................. 8-M180 TORUS POWER............................................................5-R125 Toshiba Business Display Solutions ......................5-R30 Total Technologies, Ltd. ............................................7-S172 TOTEM Acoustic ........................................................10-P124 Totem of Design ..........................................................8-K354 Toucan Systems ................................................14-H170 Transtech LED Co., Ltd.............................................. 8-E180 Triad Speakers Inc......................................................1-N122 Trinnov Audio ..................................................................5-U72 Tripleplay Services Ltd............................................. 12-F73 TRIUMPH BOARD a.s.................................................13-A85 TruAudio......................................................................10-N114 TrueConf.......................................................................11-A102 Trueform Digital...................................................8-F365 TSL Products................................................................ 12-F52 TSL Systems.........................................................12-F67

Vue Audiotechnik Europe GmbH......................7-F219

V Vaddio.................................................................................2-C42 Valcom .............................................................................7-T190

VuWall Technology, Inc ...........................................11-F146

W

Valens.................................................................................5-S85

VVS (Vidisco LTD) .....................................................14-N322

ValueHD Corporation...............................................11-A127

Wacebo Europe Srl .................................................... 13-F75

Vantage................................................................................1-M2

Wall-Smart.......................................................................1-Q90

VCM Morgenthaler GmbH.....................................14-K154

Wallin.tv ................................................................ 8-E260

VEGA Europe ...................................................................5-S80

Waterfall Audio...........................................5-U102, 5-U100

Ventuz Technology AG ..............................................8-K325

Waves Inc........................................................................7-V245

VEO-LABS....................................................................13-B102

Wealleys Technology Co., Ltd....................................5-U92

Verband Deutscher Tonmeister e.V......................7-X240

Weinzierl Engineering GmbH ................................................

Vesun Lamps .....................................................14-P430

...........................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

ViaDirect ......................................................................... 8-F270

wePresent ...................................................................11-A129

VICOM ..........................................................10-N136, 8-H215

Westlab Audio GmbH.................................................7-Z180

Vicoustic ..........................................................................3-A122

WEYEL distribution GmbH.............................14-M297

VidCAD ...............................................................................2-E70

Wildwood PR .......................................................Press Room

VIDELCO Europe Ltd................................................10-R120

Williams Sound ...........................................................7-P170

VIDEOBRIX..........................................................14-B100

Winner Wave TW Limited...................................13-F73

Videofabrika.ru ....................................................6-F150

Wireworld Cable Technology .................................5-R125

Videotree...........................................................................5-R20

Wisdom Audio..............................................................5-U120

VIDERO AG.....................................................................8-N225

Wisejet, Inc. ........................................................14-D110

Videxio...........................................................................11-B150

Wize-AV Mounting Solutions............................... 14-D120

Vidyo, Inc............................................................................2-A42

Wolfvision GmbH ..........................................................1-M20

Z Z-Wave Alliance........................................................... 9-D160 ZAMEL Sp. z o.o. ................................................10-K125 Zappiti............................................................................. 1-M124 ZebraTouch........................................................... 6-E152 ZeeVee............................................................10-N151, 2-A42 Zhuhai Lenscen Electric Co., Ltd..............................1-E62 ZyCast Technology Inc. ............................................. 8-E310 Zykronix International Group ................................. 9-F140 Zytronic ........................................................................... 8-E350

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Control and collaboration on show

wInTer is coming: AVC predictions for the next 12-18 months The AV industry is entering a software-dominated era that will be defined by the ability to develop truly flexible audio, video and control (AVC) ecosystems. Here are our predictions for the next 12-18 months. Product vs. Platform: The product is dead. Products that are not connected to a winning platform will have a limited lifespan in our industry. The winning platforms will be based on mainstream IT technologies, including off-theshelf chipsets, operating systems and stacks, along with standardsbased networking protocols. Hardware vs. Software: As more hardware becomes commoditised, malleable software-based AVC platforms have the potential to deliver far more total value over the long term because they are inherently more scalable, flexible and ‘future proof’. A recent example of this transformation has been the shift from hard codec

teleconferencing products to soft codec teleconferencing applications. Furthermore, our industry will likely give rise to AVC software-based platforms deployed on off-the-shelf server hardware while utilising cloudbased enterprise-wide management and control. This software-centric reality is inevitable. Discrete vs. Extensible/Integrated: Our industry will eventually need to fully integrate with key operational platforms within IT. It’s not enough to have a software-based AVC platform. The true potential comes when the AVC platform connects to other enterprise platforms such as ERP, CRM, BI, etc. It’s too soon to predict all the ways this new connectivity will create value, but as the new AVC platform integrates with the IT enterprise, suddenly new forms of data and intelligence become accessible, shared and processed, creating new applications and tremendous value across the enterprise. Our industry has a choice: pretend

Audio streaming module to go STREAMUNLIMITED The Stream805 module is yet another connected audio product making its international debut at ISE. The new module runs StreamUnlimited’s StreamSDK and Google Cast, utilising Strat-aGX, an advanced Broadcom processor, and Wistron’s hardware/BSP development. Google Cast lets users cast their favourite entertainment from phone, tablet or laptop right to their TV or speakers. StreamUnlimited says the technology combination in Stream805 enables brands to quickly bring Google Cast into their product families, augmented with additional streaming audio features. Frits Wittgrefe, chief executive officer, StreamUnlimited, said: “We’re pleased to announce the debut of this robust streaming module. Over the last few months, we’ve worked closely and

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productively with Wistron and Broadcom to engineer Stream805, providing audio manufacturers with high-quality audio performance at a viable price point.” David Shen, president of consumer & smart product business group, Wistron, said: “We have had a good collaboration with StreamUnlimited and Broadcom to design and develop Stream805. As designer and manufacturer, Wistron is excited to provide high-level service for audio manufacturers and brands with hardware design, RF evaluation, BSP development and audio system integration service.” Dan Harding, VP marketing, Broadcom, added: “Connected audio products, with overall shipments expected to top 100m by 2020, is an important target market for Broadcom. Our StrataGX BCM58300 processor family is an ideal solution for this market.

Stand: 7-P235

The 1U-high Meridian 218 zone controller can be rack, shelf, or wall mounted

MERIDIAN AUDIO

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that the IT industry hasn’t changed the game, or recognise the shift and capture the new opportunities emerging from the convergence with IT.

Stand: 7-Q170

The new Meridian 218 Zone Controller is being showcased at ISE 2017, alongside Meridian’s newly updated and complimentary Design and Specification Service. Aimed at a wide range of distributed audio applications from single-zone to multi-zone use, the 1U-high Meridian 218 can be rack, shelf, or wall mounted. Combining digital and analogue inputs and outputs, the Sooloos/MQA-enabled device offers control features including IP and IR and is easily integrated with third-party control systems. Under the company’s design service, dealers can more easily integrate Meridian products into designs for home theatres. Dealers can send a plan of the room or home where they are installing the system, and Meridian will return a schematic that details where to position speakers, audio panels, and projector and

screen to ensure that the technology is optimised. The service can also show how Meridian components can interface with third-party control options and existing audio and video distribution systems. Meridian recently entered into a new partnership in the UK with Barco Residential that enables dealers to specify Barco projectors into Meridian projects. Visitors to Barco’s stand at ISE have the opportunity to hear a pair of Meridian Special Edition DSP7200 Digital Active Loudspeakers, finished in a custom Meridian Select colour. Meridian has also signed recent partnerships to distribute Cinema–ATS, an easy-to-install acoustic treatment solution for home theatres, in the UK, and DT Screens, which has developed a superior masking technology for improved projection screen size accuracy.

Stand: 7-Q214

Compact VA system makes presence known 4EVAC Comprising self-contained compact wall-mounted control and indicating voice alarm panels, the Compact 500 Voice Alarm system is being showcased by 4EVAC. It provides advanced digital audio distribution on a networked VACIE solution, says the company, offering the simplicity of a stand-alone conventional system, but with the added power and benefits of global network topology. The C500 drives two ‘live-stream’ audio channels and one serial data channel (RS485) over a redundant global network loop into global zones. It also operates a three-channel message player that sends synchronised audio into the

local zones. This enables the Compact 500 to generate five different audio streams to play simultaneously into all the local zones.

Each Compact 500 provides in-built routing to six single zones (6 x70W) with its active back-up amplifier. A single installation can reach over 1,500 speaker lines, accumulated into multiple paging zones within a system architecture of 256 prioritised zones. Designed and manufactured in Europe, the C500 is EN54 compliant, and also third-party approved and certified beyond the minimum relevant European standards, including EN54-16:2008, EN54-4:2006, EN54-17:2005 and EN50130-4:2011. Albert Van der Hout, sales director, 4EVAC, said: “We are delighted that the C500 is now fully certified, in stock and ready to purchase as a complete system, including paging microphones and networking.”

Stand: 7-C220 4EVAC claims the C500’s compact design footprint will appeal to architects and electrical contractors

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ControlSpace EX audio conferencing solution debuted BOSE Entering the audio conferencing market with its new ControlSpace EX audio conferencing solution is Bose Professional. The company is also showing the ShowMatch DeltaQ array loudspeakers and PowerShare amplifiers introduced last year. The Bose ControlSpace EX conferencing solution includes the EX-1280C conferencing processor and three under-table Dante endpoints for streamlined integration. The

new solution simplifies design and installation for large meeting rooms by offering direct Dante microphone connectivity, analogue-to-Dante mic conversion, all common audio conferencing interfaces (VoIP, PSTN, USB and analogue), and unique time-saving algorithms. In addition, Bose Professional’s wide portfolio of amplifiers and loudspeakers can be seamlessly integrated using convenient presets and amplifier connections. Visitors to the Bose stand can learn all about the new products

Argon speakers aim for sweet spot AMPHION LOUDSPEAKERS Argon3LS floorstanding loudspeakers and Argon3S bookshelf speakers for home audio are being showcased in Hall 7. The Argon3S keeps the strong suits of Amphion’s popular bookshelf speaker Argon3, while incorporating two-way passive radiator and crossover technology from the company’s studio monitors. Amphion claims the 380mm x 191mm x 305mm speaker offers a controlled, wide even dispersion, as well as increased midrange clarity and lowreaching bass. The new Argon3LS is designed with a high-resolution 1in titanium Argon3LS floorstanders offer precise 3D imaging tweeter, light rigid 6.5in aluminium and a wide sweet spot claims Amphion woofer, and low-crossover at 1,600Hz, with silver-coated pure sounding midrange. copper internal wiring and Argento The low frequencies that Audio’s binding posts. Argon3LS generates are due to Through the use of two-way the added volume of the 968mm x passive radiators, Amphion says 191mm x 305mm floorstander – it has eliminated the problems allowing the listener to physically typically associated with vented connect with the music, according to enclosures, resulting in a tight, the company. tuneful bass and a pure and naturalStand: 7-W195

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through interactive demonstrations and industry expert-led tech seminars focusing on audio conference design best practices and troubleshooting tips. Bose will also be showing the recently introduced ShowMatch DeltaQ array loudspeaker system. Show attendees can experience the outstanding clarity and coverage offered by ShowMatch at special demonstration sessions, the company says. Location and times are available at the Bose stand. ShowMatch DeltaQ array loudspeakers are designed

The new Bose ControlSpace EX audio conferencing solution makes its debut at ISE 2017 for both installed and portable applications, with field-changeable waveguides that help provide the best possible sound quality throughout the audience area. DeltaQ array technology improves sound and vocal clarity by providing selectable coverage patterns

that direct more sound energy to the audience by allowing directivity, or ‘Q’, to vary with each array module. Traditional line arrays typically have significantly less pattern control, the company notes.

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Smarthome control on the go GIRA The mobile-based Gira X1 and the Gira KNX RF system are on show at ISE 2017. The Gira X1 offers control of KNX building technology on any mobile device running iOS and Android, without the Gira HomeServer. Gira says the X1 provides the foundation for an easy and inexpensive KNX installation, to visualise and automate different functions in a building. Users can see who is at home, switch lights on and off or optimise home temperature settings, whether at home or on the move. Due to its compact design and top hat DIN rail mounting, it can be installed quickly, according to the German company. With its KNX RF system, Gira says existing systems can easily be retrofitted without walls having to be prised open. The KNX RF/TP media coupler forms

The Gira X1 server makes it possible to visualise and automate different functions in a building without the Gira HomeServer

the link between a wired KNX TP installation and its wireless extension with KNX RF. Battery-operated KNX RF pushbutton sensors can be mounted anywhere as wallmounted wireless transmitters where controls are required, regardless of the availability of power and bus cables. KNX RF remote controls make the control mobile. The corresponding KNX function can be triggered by remote control from anywhere in the house. Gira says KNX RF uses 100% of the universal KNX standard ‘KNX RF1.R S-Mode’ and allows access to the full functionality of the KNX system. Via the KNX RF USB data interface in the form of a USB key, the electrician can access a KNX installation wirelessly via radio from a PC or laptop, for addressing, programming and diagnosing via ETS5.

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New vision for remote conferencing QSC SYSTEMS ISE showgoers can take a look at the new Q-SYS AV-to-USB Bridging Solution, which combines professional quality video and audio for computer-based

videoconferencing and capture. QSC says the solution, which includes Q-SYS PTZ-IP cameras, TSC-7t Touch Screen Controller and I/O USB Bridge, is suitable for both installed conference PCs and bringyour-own-device scenarios.

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The company claims the fully networked solution eliminates the need for ‘costly and unreliable’ HDMI and USB extenders by keeping all Q-SYS appliances on the network. QSC’s AV-to-USB

allows users to connect multiple cameras with multiple bridging endpoints simultaneously, creating a true many-to-any matrix without the need for additional hardware, says the company.

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WiFi ceiling speaker launch IC AUDIO A WiFi ceiling speaker designed for digital audio streams, the DLWIFI 60 plus, is being launched at ISE 2017 by ic audio. The speaker is suitable for iOS, Android and Windows Media Player-based systems. The DL-WIFI 60 plus set consists of one WiFi active speaker and one WiFi passive speaker. The 60W, active powered stereo ceiling speaker pair (Class D amplifier, 2x30W) is said to offer a full and rich sound, while owners can use their WiFi network to stream music from a mobile device or local network. The ic audio app WIFI-Control 60 can be used to connect and control one or multiple DL-WIFI speakers in any room of an installation. The app can be downloaded for free, and music services such as Spotify, TuneIN, iHeartRadio and TIDAL can also be used with the app.

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Integrated mixer for live sound SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP Visitors to Seikaku’s stand can experience the new T2208 digital console, which is said to combine the best of what an LCD touchscreen can offer a digital mixer, with a familiar intuitive interface for live mixing applications. Seikaku says the software has been improved with a new component that makes installation simpler, as well as making control of the mixer easier. With a powerful DSP engine, the digital mixer offers a total of 22 inputs and 12 possible output busses and 16 mic preamplifiers, with time delay/ alignment in ins and outs. A rack-mountable 7in responsive touchscreen offers a live control surface that includes a high-quality motorised fader for controlling volume and six easy-to-program DCA groups. New, improved live multi-use performance encoders allow easy control of PEQ, compressor and gate, and programmable high-quality multi-effects. The T2208 also offers remote iOS support, as well as modular expandability with an optional 32-channel DANTE I/O card or USB32 I/O card.

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New BlueBox on the block JOECO A new addition to the range of BlueBox workstation interface recorders, and the most affordable yet, has been launched. The 24-channel BBWR24B is also a trusted professional multi-track field recorder, backing up source recordings to provide a safeguard against unexpected DAW freeze and failure. In one 19in rack-mounted unit, the BBWR24B offers 24 balanced line inputs, 16 Adat Lightpipe inputs with SMUXII support for higher sample rates and 24 balanced outs. Each BBWR24B can carry up to 24 channels of 24-bit/96kHz audio in both directions simultaneously over USB 2.0. All local recordings are professional standard broadcast WAV files (BWF) on the universally accepted FAT32 disk format. The USB 2.0 host interface supports both Windows (via dedicated drivers) and Mac (via Core Audio) with a locally generated zero-latency monitor mix for monitoring during overdubs. The BBWR24B offers front panel access to core controls, but users can access a operation

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and customisation via the newly upgraded JoeCoControl app for Windows or Mac. Joe Bull, managing director, JoeCo, said: “ISE is always a very important show for us and we’re delighted to bring the BlueBox BBWR24B to the RAI. The BBWR24B, particularly when used with the expanded control and customisation options of the updated JoeCoControl app, is an extremely powerful but affordable solution for interfacing with your DAW, recording in the field and ensuring that none of your recordings are ever lost, even if the power fails.”

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PLIANT TECHNOLOGIES The SmartBoom LITE headset is being showcased, along with the complete line of SmartBoom PRO headsets. The LITE series features technology that allows the adjustable microphone boom to act as an on/off switch for quick muting. The closed back, on-ear headsets feature a single-ear design with enhanced acoustic isolation. The mic boom is flexible and has a dynamic noise-cancelling cardioid microphone optimised for voice communications. Available in a non-reflective rubberised matt black finish, the SmartBoom LITE headset comes with an adjustable headband, replaceable ear pad and 1.5m fixed cable. The Lite headset is available in 4-pin XLR female, 5-pin XLR male and unterminated versions, making the line adaptable to most communication systems. Gary Rosen, global sales manager for Pliant Technologies, said: “The SmartBoom LITE headset incorporates all these features into a

smaller, lightweight design. The headset features a flexible, ambidextrous swivelling mic boom that fits the diverse needs and preferences of those working in the field.” Also on display is the new CrewCom professional wireless intercom product. Pliant Technologies claims the product features excellent voice quality, the industry’s smallest fully featured professional full-duplex wireless radio packs, and multiple simultaneous frequency bands.

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Arie van den Broek, CEO, Archwave Technologies (left) and Ethan Wetzell, platform strategist, Bosch Communications (right) with Archwave’s AudioLAN 2.0 which leverages AES 67 and OCA (AES70) practical perspectives. “The Alliance believes that it is important to demonstrate the new tools for developers that have recently become available, highlight how OCA interoperates with other standards in providing new networking possibilities, and demonstrate concrete examples of enabled products that are already available.”

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AV used to be its own discipline with its own technologies – almost a walled garden. With the rise of IP technology as the common layer for all technology, system integrators cannot ignore the new world that is IP-centric. Suddenly their solutions need to integrate with solutions from other disciplines. At Barix, we see the convergence of classical paging and public address with unified comms (telephone) systems. So the spectrum of solutions and required knowledge has broadened for integrators. There is no better place for condensed learning about new solutions and trends in the industry than an event like ISE.

Although the world has faced economic challenges over the last few years, technology continues to push ever forward. As corporations and end-users look to reduce costs and become more competitive in their respective markets, they turn to technology to meet those goals. AV technology can dynamically improve communications, deliver messages, and increase productivity. Additionally, AV-IT convergence delivers more applications that integrators can design. ISE provides information about these trends and offers an area where vendors, integrators and endusers can bring ideas together as they prepare for the future.

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ISE is truly global. It has changed from Integrated Systems Europe to Integrated Systems Earth – successfully presenting the whole of the professional AV industry. Content management vendors, integrators, technical consultants, hardware vendors like myself and end-users from five continents all attend and participate, providing the opportunity to initiate, build and maintain the relationships on which successful installations rely. I look forward to learning about new technologies and advances being made in the market, but the opportunity to meet with our customers and partners around the world is always central to ISE for me.

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Trolley, ceiling mounts on show SMARTMETALS On show on SmartMetals’ stand is the company’s Multi Purpose Business Trolley. Available with and without electric height adjustability, it is designed for interactive presentations and videoconferencing for single (up to 84in) and dual flat panel mounting. Videowall mounting is also possible. According to SmartMetals, they offer sufficient space to easily place peripherals out of sight within the body. All trolleys have a standard recess for power supply and Neutric/other connection panels. Accessories are available, including a videoconference camera support, a soundbar bracket

and mini PC mounting bracket. Also being demonstrated is SmartMetals’ range of ceiling mount solutions for projectors and flat panel monitors. It consists of various models and colours for both flat panels and projectors, and is said to be suitable for fixed and rental purposes. The flat panel ceiling mounts are equipped as standard with rotation, while the VESA models are tiltable. The projector ceiling mounts are designed for larger projectors up to 70kg, and feature a cable duct. All models are telescopically adjustable in length – which, says the company, is one of the range’s biggest

benefits as it cuts installation time – and supplied with a ceiling finishing ring in the main colour of the ceiling mount.

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AV Academy launched EPSON A new Pro AV Academy programme, designed to help AV professionals gain detailed knowledge of the company’s full range of audiovisual solutions, is being launched by Epson at ISE 2017. The Epson Pro AV Academy is designed to offer intensive training delivered by globally recognised industry authorities, allowing students to certify their skills to employers with a meaningful vocational qualification, as well as giving businesses a proven edge in the AV marketplace. Ultimately, Epson believes that skills learnt at the Pro AV Academy will help industry professionals stage truly spectacular visual events at venues, museums and galleries, and set up compelling presentations in boardrooms and lecture theatres. The Academy is designed for

salespeople, operators, technicians and service engineers. Classes will be delivered by Epson-approved instructors by companies including Lang AG and AED. “Building the most advanced audiovisual technology is only half the story,” said Neil Colquhoun, executive director of professional displays, Epson Europe. “The other half is making sure that everyone involved in selling, fitting, using and maintaining the hardware knows exactly how it works, and how to get the best out of it – our technology being used to the full extent of its potential is the best advert we could possibly have. That’s what the Pro AV Academy has been set up to achieve. We’re delighted to be working with the expert trainers at Lang and AED, and look forward to our new students graduating from the programme.”

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AV-over-IP solutions showcased IDK At ISE 2017, IDK is showcasing its Total Solution for AV-over-IP. Among the multiple products on display is the IP-NINJAR, a solution designed to deliver ease of implementation from point to point to large matrixes and to support virtual matrix and distributed virtual matrix architectures. It features a management GUI developed to be comfortable for both IT and AV personnel, and also system-wide permissioning. Video formats to 4K, 4:4:4 @ 60Hz are supported, as is full multi-channel audio with separate analogue audio I/O.

Also on show is the full MSD switching line as well as IDK’s signal extenders, D/As and other ‘system problem solvers’. MSD switchers are available in a broad array of configurations with input and output cable EQ, internal scaling, aspect ratio control, BYOD control capabilities and numerous other features. “IDK’s products are designed and manufactured to the highest standards and they provide an indispensable foundation for achieving flawless system implementations and operational transparency,” said Ryohei Iwasaki, CEO of IDK Europe.

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InfinityBoard debuts at ISE NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS The InfinityBoard solution from NEC is being showcased at ISE, prior to its launch in April 2017. It is designed to allow videoconferencing, brainstorming, presenting, reviewing and collaborating. NEC’s modular InfinityBoard approach allows a custom-fit solution according to a company’s needs. Users can build the solution with the ultra-high-resolution 65in or 84in InGlass touch display with stylus pen and wireless presenting functionality. The OPS-based slot-in PC provides a toolbox with apps for whiteboard, videoconferencing and

collaboration, and company-specific apps can be added. “ISE provides the best professional industry stage for us to showcase our latest display solutions,” said Daniela Dexheimer, product manager solutions, marketing and business development, NEC Display Solutions Europe. “Giving employees creative tools and an inspiring meeting room atmosphere, companies can directly benefit from the ideas and working results. NEC InfinityBoard is a powerful and scalable solution to facilitate collaboration, drive productivity and motivate employees.”

The PowerCube is a compact multisocket adapter that charges up to five devices simultaneously. According to Allocacoc, the PowerCube’s cubic design means plugs will no longer create issues. A wide range of models with added functionalities are available to suit a variety of needs. Also at ISE 2017, Allocacoc is showcasing the PowerCube Extended USB with integrated dual

WIZE-AV MOUNTING SOLUTIONS With increasing demand for displays of bigger sizes and weights, Wize is at ISE 2017 talking about its series of robust mounting solutions, designed to perform under demanding conditions. The Wize model range offers a new Robust Series RSF100 with a weight capacity up to 181kg to mount 100in-plus displays. Wize products are rigorously tested

according to the UL standard, which means that the weight capacity is tested up to four times of listed weight capacity. To make installation easier Wize has equipped its fixed wall mounts with a post-installation levelling feature that means there is no need to take the heavy display off the mount to level or to align it with the rest of the environment. The integrated kickstand makes wiring easy for heavy displays.

The Wize-AV model range offers a new Robust Series RSF100 with a weight capacity up to 181kg to mount 100in-plus displays To protect valuable displays from theft, Wize mounts are equipped with a dual integrated lock.

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USB ports to allow users to charge smartphones and tablets directly, with a USB cable. PowerCube works remotely as well. Plugged-in devices can be turned on and off by pressing a button on a battery-free remote. Finally, PowerCube Rewirable is a travel adaptor that comes with interchangeable travel plugs that cover the US, UK, continental Europe, Australia and China.

LCR speakers bring the cinema home PARADIGM ELECTRONICS Six recently released LCR in-wall speakers are being showcased by Paradigm Electronics. The CI Pro P5, P3, P1 and CI Elite E7, E5 and E3 are designed with the residential home theatre in mind, for high-quality acoustics, while remaining discreet. Each of these additions to Paradigm’s current lineup features an integrated backbox made from 0.75in MDF, which prevents sound from bleeding into adjacent rooms and

floors, making these LCRs an option for homeowners striving to create a soundproof media room. Each LCR also includes an optional ‘tweeter boost’ to ensure that the sound output remains optimal, even when installed behind a perforated media screen. “These LCRs are the ideal speakers for anyone designing a home theatre, or looking to upgrade the sound performance in their current room,” said Zoltan Balla, director of brand management, Paradigm. “It’s easy to achieve optimal sound with excellent

sonic clarity and impact in any room layout, with the option to pair these LCRs with our current offering of CI Pro/ Elite in-ceiling and in-wall speakers.” The CI Pro series is said to take performance to the next level with patented technology, step up components, and hallmark Paradigm sound quality, plus a bezel-free microperf grille with a discreet aesthetic. The CI Elite series has all the technology advantages and grille aesthetics of CI Pro, plus oversized voice coils and X-PAL pure aluminum cone technology for enhanced sound performance.

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ATEN To overcome distances between sources and output devices in conference rooms, business lounges or digital signage set-ups, Aten offers a range of UHD extenders, splitters and matrix switches. To guarantee a high bandwidth and avoid network issues, regardless of which software or operating system is used, Aten uses a single Cat cable to transmit uncompressed UHD content up to 70m. Using the HDBaseT protocol, the sharing of files and sending control signals can be carried out simultaneously. As Cat cable are commonly used in new and existing installations, the use of Aten HDBaseT products is described as cost- as well as labour-efficient. Moreover, because HDBaseT is a global connectivity standard used in audiovisual, automotive, industrial computing and residential applications, HDBaseTcertified products from multiple manufacturers can communicate directly with each other.

ATEN recently installed an HDBaseT Lite matrix switch in the conference room of a German research centre Aten also develops HDBaseT Lite models, which transmit UHD to HDBaseT receivers or output devices up to 40m. Aten recently installed an HDBaseT Lite matrix switch in the conference room of a German research centre. Since this room often hosts visiting presenters, it requires a flexible and easy-to-use presentation system. Laptops, tablets and smartphones are used to show

content on a large display wall. Aten’s VM3909H HDBaseT Lite matrix switch allows input from any HDMI device. All HDMI screens can receive content, up to 40m for UHD and up to 70m for full HD, using Aten HDBaseT receivers. Aten matrix switches come with a webGUI that can be used to schedule content and set up media connection profiles.

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Enhanced DS designer on show TECCO

For the eighth consecutive year, digital signage software and hardware manufacturer TECCO is at ISE. This year, the company is showcasing an enhanced interface for its Aracast Designer, which now enables users to perform a wider variety of tasks, such as creating and

distributing templates (HTML5 and social media objects are now available), managing networked players or groups of players. It also allows monitoring of the activity and status of these players, performing network administration functions, and assigning user roles and permissions with Aracast RMS (Role Management System), all in the same interface. The company says that Aracast Designer evaluates the configuration of the screen and encodes the content (images and video) so that content is displayed optimally. It is also said to optimise text scrolls according to the display refresh rate and resolution to avoid the unwanted flicker effect. All this can be achieved with a single click.

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The Maverick MK2 Spot is now shipping and being showcased at ISE. Powered by a 440W LED engine, the moving fixture produces an illuminance of 2,518 to 18,079 lux at 5m, depending on the zoom angle. The new spot, which has a seven-position plus white colour wheel, also produces a wide range of rich, realistic hues, says Chauvet, attributing this to its CMY and variable CTO colour mixing system. Other features include a precision engineered optical system, dual sixposition rotating slot and lock gobo wheels, variable frost, a three-facet prism, 13º to 37º zoom range and 16-bit dimming for the smooth control of fades. The Maverick MK2 Spot also offers a wide variety of control options, including DMX, WDMX, SACN and ArtNet. Chauvet’s CEO, Albert Chauvet, said: “We aimed this product at the lighting professional and rental house who want a very bright tour-ready affordable spot that can be used at an arena one night and a 500-person venue the next. Our research told us that this part of the market was being overlooked.”

The 440W MK2 Spot is the first in the Maverick series of moving fixtures “Brightness and excellent colour mixing were essential to us during the design process,” continued Chauvet. “However, we also wanted to go beyond output and colour to offer a moving spot that maximised the creative possibilities for designers.” “We’re excited by this roll-out,” concluded Chauvet. “We think this is a fixture that the touring market has been looking for.”

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Mondopad Ultra in Euro debut INFOCUS CORPORATION

A new line of giant collaboration touchscreens, Mondopad Ultra, is on show for the first time in Europe at ISE 2017. The touch-enabled screen combines an HD videoconferencing system, an interactive whiteboard, a 4K presentation screen, audio conferencing and a powerful PC. Mondopad is designed to allow team members in multiple locations to see and hear each other while brainstorming on a shared whiteboard. Users can collaboratively edit documents by drawing directly on-screen to enable real-time collaboration and more effective meetings. Documents can be saved to the Mondopad for future access, stored to the network, or emailed to anyone directly from the device. First in the line is the 70in Mondopad Ultra. It features both 4K screen resolution and projected capacitive touch, which eliminates the need for a stylus. Unlike IR touchscreens, InFocus says, capacitive touch technology allows more touch points with faster response and bezel-free edge-to-edge glass, allowing for a brighter and sharper display. A 4K 80in INF8022 Ultra and 85in Mondopad Ultra are also available. The Mondopad Ultra runs Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, and

features a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700T processor and Q170 chipset with Intel vPro technology, with 8GB memory and a 256GB solid state hard drive. Mondopad Ultra also offers the security features native to Windows 10 Pro. Supporting SIP and H.323, it is compatible with legacy videoconferencing and display hardware and software, including Skype for Business and many third-party room VC systems. Wireless casting, including support for AirPlay, Chrome and Miracast, allows presenters to share content from their laptops, mobile phones and tablets without using cables or dongles.

Stand: 2-A52 The 85in Mondopad Ultra is the largest interactive touchscreen and videoconferencing system available, according to InFocus

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significant new technologies for use within the world of education?

Recording, streaming, wireless and networked AV are all technologies that our higher education customers are exploring. Of course most universities have some form of lecture capture solution already in place, but there are gaps. All-in-one collaboration solutions such as our Cynap system are useful for installations where recording and streaming are required simultaneously. Installation can also be cost effective when the customer leverages additional features such as the built-in media player, web conferencing, recording and streaming capabilities of Cynap, in addition to the strong BYOD proposition.

Bryan Sinclair International sales manager, WolfVision Stand: 1-M20

Content sharing can make a more significant impact in education. A teacher can set up a video meeting through one single application that also allows for interactive content sharing. This then allows them more time and attention to focus on delivering a great lesson to their students. On top of this, lessons and lectures can be recorded, archived and streamed again, so that students can access the content if they miss a session or want to revisit a session they’ve attended. This means that more students have access to high-quality teaching at no extra cost for schools or universities.

We are seeing laser projection getting a major foothold in the education market. The price of lasers – and therefore projectors is coming down, making higher-end projectors more readily available. Also, TCO and ROI are hugely important in this market so traditional lamp-based projectors are being pushed out rapidly by laser models. The education market needs long life and long warranties with little downtime.

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Webcaster X1 enables live social media streaming

Portable, secure and simple to use, Webcaster X1 enables simplified delivery of video content

EPIPHAN Streaming video directly to social media platforms has now got easier according to Epiphan, which is showcasing its latest Webcaster X1 products. Portable, secure and simple to use, Webcaster X1 enables simplified delivery of video content for professional content creators. The Webcaster X1 product family consists of two devices: Epiphan Webcaster X1 for Facebook Live; and Epiphan Webcaster X1 for YouTube. Users connect Webcaster X1 to their network, connect their HD camera (with a mic attached) via HDMI and then enter a security code displayed on the front of the device to begin streaming to either Facebook Live or YouTube, depending on the product model. Slightly more advanced users can use the HDMI output port to display the

Webcaster X1 interface on an external display. This interface serves as a confidence monitoring tool and allows users additional configuration options, such as privacy, resolution and bitrate settings. Developed in collaboration with Facebook and YouTube, Webcaster X1 is the first of its kind in the social media streaming space, Epiphan says. “Webcaster X1 is here to empower everyone engaged in social media, from celebrities to vloggers and news outlets to churches, with the tools they need to stream professional quality HD content,” said Mike Sandler, CEO at Epiphan Video. “We’re looking forward to showcasing Webcaster X1 for the European market at ISE 2017 and seeing the incredible new content that Webcaster X1 unlocks in our customer base.”

Stand: 13-D110

Microlecture showcased for schools WorksZone Projector Table demonstrated SHENZHEN DONVIEW ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO

ISE is hosting Chinese firm Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology Co, which is introducing its products for the education market to a wider European audience at the show. Donview Group is exhibiting its all-in-one touch panel, the

Microlecture, which integrates recording and broadcasting to become a solution for all fields. A school in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has already replaced its traditional green boards with a Donview 86in interactive infrared whiteboard, while a Propix projector, independently developed by Donview, also plays a significant role in the solution. The fluent

New and improved ezRoom FRONTROW CALYPSO ISE 2017 has been selected for the European launch of the next generation of FrontRow’s ezRoom classroom AV systems. The new systems are meant for schools that want not only voice or media amplification, but also advanced connectivity for AV control, remote management, or integration with IPbased paging and bells. “ISE is the obvious forum for launching the next evolution of the ezRoom line. The solution has been the media control choice for thousands of classrooms for a number of years,” said FrontRow

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product manager Jeff Shaw. “But the heavy integration improvements we’ve made make ISE the best audience for its premiere,” he added. ezRoom systems now feature a dramatic boost in audio quality, a programmable Smart Button for the teacher microphone that can be used for alerting, improved microphone coverage, new voice command control options and digital feedback suppression, all in an architecturally appealing plenum-safe enclosure that’s built to order before shipment. The update includes new hardware and software, as well as a free buildto-order service that saves labour

writing and annotative experience of the Donview board has helped teachers and students at the school, claimed the company. A spokesperson for the firm said: “We believe that ISE is a great opportunity to let more users and distributors in European countries explore more on Donview Group and its products and services.”

Stand: 13-D80 and time at installation. At the core of the new ezRoom is a Smart Receiver (model ICR-01) that combines a 40W stereo amplifier (expandable to 80W), an infrared receiver, and advanced digital processing and control functions. Although it is ordinarily mounted inside a flush ceiling enclosure, it can also be mounted to a wall by itself. The Smart Receiver takes full advantage of its digital brains, and includes important features like digital feedback suppression; the patented OptiVoice speech clarity booster; voice control of projectors and other devices; software control; and a useful beacon light that shows when the system is playing a school announcement or recording the current lesson.

TEAMMATE The WorksZone Projector Table from TeamMate is new to the company’s WorksZone range, and is being demonstrated on the company’s stand. Designed to facilitate collaboration for a wide range of applications in business and educational spaces, the WorksZone Projection Table is

a self contained collaborative table with a built-in Canon projector. It is compatible with Canon short-throw projectors, as well as being able to project 2m to 4m wide images in the smallest of rooms. Seating six to 10 people, this mobile collaborative solution can be used with multiple WorksZone Collaboration Tables.

Stand: 13-D72

WorksZone Projection Table is a self-contained collaborative table with built-in Canon projector

Stand: 13-B100

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MEETING ENABLEMENT SOLUTIONS

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SMART BUILDING

TECHNOLOGIES AND VIEWPOINTS FROM THE CONNECTED BUILDINGS SECTOR

DoorBird is IP-based DOORBIRD First-time ISE exhibitor DoorBird is highlighting its eponymous solution for home security and increased convenience. An IP-based video door station, the DoorBird’s camera transmits pictures in HDTV quality at 720p resolution. Its wide-angle optics give a field of view of 180° horizontally and 90° vertically, while 12 infrared LEDs are said to ensure perfect night vision. Automatic echo and noise cancellation are included to ensure optimum voice quality, and a 180° integrated motion sensor detects movement in front of the house, triggering an alarm message with an image on the user’s smartphone – even if the doorbell hasn’t been rung. The detection area is configurable to

The DoorBird features a 180º field of view and motion detection

minimise nuisance interruptions. Also provided is the option to create a visitor history of up to one week via the Cloud from DoorBird, which is stored on servers in Germany and can be viewed at any time. Data is, says the company, encrypted according to the latest banking standards. DoorBird says that the unit can be mounted in minutes, and no special tools are required. Two wires at the door are required for the 24V power supply, and connection to the router is made by WiFi or network cable. A PoE connection means that no separate power supply is required when using a network cable. Existing installations such as an electric door opener, door chime or door opener button can, says the company, be easily connected.

Stand: 9-E225

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Dome camera features auto tracking VISUALINT Described by the company as the flagship product in its VIM range, Visualint is showcasing the VIM 7150 intelligent auto tracking dome camera. In common with other members of the VIM camera range, the VIM 7150 has inbuilt intelligence as standard with a range of detection features that includes advance perimeter detection, loiter detection and directional tripwires. The 7150 has the ability to automatically track its target once a detection zone is triggered – following a person, for example, moving through the property. Visualint’s proprietary

camera-to-camera communication also allows it to accept triggers from other property cameras, creating, the company says, a powerful security overview system. As well as its inbuilt intelligence, the VIM 7150 also features Starlight technology 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. The unit also features intelligent IR lighting to 200m, and a 30x optical zoom.

Stand: 9-A174

Door station supports SIP LILIN

Audiofy now includes supervision THINKNX

inputs into up to 16 rooms, allowing the user to manage the routing of audio sources directly from their smartphone/tablet or KNX. Audiofy is available in two different models. The P1 has a single internal player, four analogue inputs and four amplified

Audiofy – which its manufacturer ThinKnx describes as a powerful, integrated multi-room professional audio system – now includes ThinKnx supervision functionalities and these are being demonstrated at ISE. Controlled by a set of native apps, Audiofy streams music content from internal players (which can play all the most common digital audio formats via DLNA, UPnP media server, Spotify, AirPlay, USB storage and so on) or The Audiofy multi-room audio system from analogue stereo now benefits from ThinKnx supervision

New app controls lighting

outputs, while the P4 has four internal players and two analogue inputs that can be routed to the four amplified outputs. Audiofy E4 is the expansion module to add four additional amplified stereo outs to an existing P1 or P4 module.

Stand: 9-F170, 9-D182

15,000th installation celebrated DOMOTZ

LITE-PUTER Designer and professional lighting control systems manufacturer Lite-Puter is highlighting its recently launched PLCMobile app, which allows smart portable devices to control lighting, curtains and air conditioning. Available for iOS and Android, the app allows scenes to be scheduled, enabling the simple control of multiple lighting fixtures simultaneously. The app

The PLCMobile app enables remote control of the ORBIT lighting system

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also features timer, alarm and emergency response functionality to put the user in control, even away from home. PLCMobile operates with Lite-Puter’s ORBIT (PLC) lighting control system. With 16,384 steps to deliver advanced high resolution, the company says that the ORBIT LED driver meets the standard required to achieve a professional dimming curve: it remains non-flickering when only in 1% of dimming output.

Stand: 9-E170

for both outdoor and indoor use. It supports SIP for easy Smart home video integration with various IP surveillance company phone systems and the use LILIN – whose of PoE allows for installation range includes with a single network cable. cameras, NVRs and Combined with an a door station – is integrated high-definition demonstrating its camera and what the offerings at ISE 2017. company says is excellent The door station from Sense Up+ low-light LILIN provides two-way performance, the LILIN communication, video IPC0522E2 video call door identification and entry station can be used to equip control to a surveillance single-family apartment units The door station provides system. It comes with to multi-family houses. HD video and intercom an intercom feature, and capabilities LILIN is also running a enables a remote entry number of training courses system from a VMS platform or directly at ISE, entitled ‘Surveillance for from a mobile device. The door station Custom Install’. This course will give provides video resolution at 30fps in an overview of surveillance within the 1080p with high dynamic range (HDR) CI sector and provide an insight into of 100dB and echo-free two-way audio drivers, NVRs and camera selection communication with visitors. for integration within smart home The IP55 waterproof unit offers control systems. reliable identification of visitors 24/7 Stand: 9-B151, 10-N114

Visitors to its ISE 2017 stand are hearing about how network monitoring and remote management systems company Domotz has just announced its 15,000th installation less than a year after the launch of its Domotz PRO software. This offers professional monitoring of device status, network status and SNMP, as well as multi-VLAN support and ZigBee through control systems. With remote access features and support for the most popular PDUs and managed network switches in the custom installation market, integrators can use Domotz PRO to

proactively prevent and solve issues in real time from anywhere. Said to be unique to Domotz PRO is the network mapping feature which automatically detects the devices connected to the individual ports of a managed network switch. Integrators no longer need to use spreadsheets to track where devices are connected. Since that launch less than a year ago, the company says that the software’s technical features have continued to expand. Domotz PRO includes additional features such as alerts, network diagnostics, reporting and team management functionalities for remote service delivery.

Domotz PRO can give custom installers a complete overview of their business The recently launched Violet Digital Support app enables integrators to offer a tangible branded tool to their customers. Integrators can add their logo and business information to the app, which includes functionalities like remote power management, device blocking and remote support request in a single click.

Stand: 9-B171

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UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS EXHIBITOR NEWS AND PERSPECTIVES FROM AROUND THE SHOW

Hub for group collaboration

New iOS version on show TRUECONF

POLYCOM RealPresence Trio is described by Polycom as the first smart hub for group collaboration that transforms the three-point conference phone into a voice, content-sharing and video system for any team environment. The hub provides one-touch integration with calendars while allowing participants to easily pair mobile devices or laptops and share content in HD quality. The addition of a simple webcam turns the RealPresence Trio into a full visual collaboration solution. RealPresence Trio technology is designed to have broad interoperability and deep integration across multiple UC platforms, including Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync and BroadSoft. With a focus on simplicity and

RealPresence Trio is easy to deploy and has broad interoperability affordability, the RealPresence Debut has been created for smaller room environments, as well as for small or medium-sized businesses with limited IT resources. According to Polycom, set-up takes just minutes and the user interface has been designed with simplicity in mind to enable anyone to start and

manage a call. The all-in-one design incorporates Polycom NoiseBlock technology, and a pan, tilt and zoom camera and 1080p quality for video and content sharing. RealPresence Debut is cloud-ready and can connect to Polycom’s RealPresence Cloud services.

Stand: 11-A117

ISE 2017 sees the first major public showing of TrueConf 1.7.1 for iOS. For users tired of constantly scrolling their contact list to find the person they have just called, the new version – announced in November – now includes call history to enable missed, outgoing and incoming calls to be seen. Release 1.7.1 also allows users to more easily express their opinion during multipoint conferences with the help of a new reactions feature. Participants simply choose a reaction – yes, no, applaud,

HUAWEI In the cloud era, says exhibitor Huawei, cloud platform development is a significant priority. At ISE, the company is demonstrating its CloudMCU with which, it says, VC service providers and enterprises can efficiently build their cloud VC systems. The CloudMCU supports virtual and flexible deployment on VMware and Huawei FusionSphere,

allowing for smooth expansion based on service requirements. When running on the cloud, the MCU centrally controls, intelligently manages and freely distributes resources. Huawei’s CloudMCU resource pool supports load balancing, component back-up and remote disaster recovery, maximising conferencing service continuity, stability and reliability. Featuring what Huawei describes as powerful media

convergence and access capabilities, the CloudMCU enables users to join conferences from diverse endpoints, such as meeting room devices, desktop clients and mobile apps. By converging video, voice, content streams and data into a unified conference, the company believes that the CloudMCU allows for seamless collaboration in enterprise communications.

Stand: 11-C110

Wireless microphone systems are enhanced REVOLABS The latest enhancements to its Executive Elite wireless microphone systems are being demonstrated by Revolabs. These include selectable LED behaviour to indicate microphone status; fast-connect AVB; a new Web interface; and over-theair (OTA) synchronisation that is said to eliminate the need for systems to be physically connected while providing interference-free wireless audio. This is, notes the company, especially helpful in installations with limited wiring accessibility such as historic buildings, pointing out that the Revolabs Executive Elite remains the only wireless microphone available with native AVB support. According to the company, Executive Elite brings boardrooms and conference

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Executive Elite wireless microphone systems now include selectable LED behaviour

rooms the market’s first and only cloud server option – combining local and remote cloud-based capabilities to enhance system set-up, management and monitoring. To facilitate installations even further, the Executive Elite’s remote antenna receiver and base units connect via a standard Cat5e or Cat6 cable with

laugh and so on – and can also see the opinions of other conference participants. The icons are said to be bright, recognisable and easy to use. Following requests from its user base, TrueConf now supports animated avatars. Users simply need to upload a GIF animation as their profile picture on their personal area on the TrueConf website. TrueConf webinars are now available for iOS users with TrueConf 1.7.1, providing the ability to join a public web conference as a guest without authorisation.

Stand: 11-A102

Video conferencing system is Android based VALUEHD

Building cloud VC systems efficiently

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Conferencing solutions supplier ValueHD is highlighting its VHD-C9 all-in-one camera/ videoconferencing system. Based on Android, and with a WiFi module built in, it integrates a number of inputs and outputs. APIs are provided for integration and customisation, and the VHDC9 supports ITU-T, H.323 and IETF SIP protocols. According to the company, it is fast to install and low in cost. Also on show on the company’s ISE stand is the VHD-V610T HDBaseT Type HD videoconferencing camera, which uses a single HDBaseT

interface to provide video, audio, networking, USB and PoE functionality. A Cat5e or Cat6 cable will support transmission distances up to 100m. The unit implements Panasonic’s 1/2.7in 2.07 million pixel CMOS sensor to deliver 1920 x 1080 images at 60fps. This sensor is said to have a high SNR which, combined with a 2D and 3D noise reduction algorithm means that, even under low illumination conditions, the image remains clear. For low bandwidth full HD, the unit supports H.265 encoding. It has a 72.5° angle of view, together with 12x optical and 16x digital zoom.

Stand: 11-A127 The VHD-C9 is an all-inone conferencing system

Power over Ethernet support. Revolabs is also showcasing its new Elite Wired Microphones, which it says provide the same user interface and experience in environments that use wired, wireless or a combination of the two microphone types.

Stand: 11-D113

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Televisions designed especially for hotels and hospitality TD-H3 Hospitality Series A range of televisions designed for easy setup within hotel and hospitality settings, customisable to keep you in control. Toshiba’s TD-H3 series is accessibly priced yet packed with features, including multiple inputs, the capacity to receive broadcasts from a variety of sources, clever channel listings (which can be grouped according to country, or genre) and an embedded USB player allowing automatic playback of your content. LAN control facilitates effortless operation even from remote locations via standard network connections, while tiling functionality allows you to connect multiple screens to display one large picture. For simple installation, USB cloning means you need only set up a single model, then transfer the settings across multiple televisions. • Hospitality TV • HD Ready (24” & 32”) • Full HD (43” & 49”) • Built in TV tuner - DVB-T2/C (TD-H**353) - DVB-T2/C/S2 (TD-H**363) • Built in speakers • Wide range of connectivity options • Embedded USB player with Auto start feature • Hospitality TV software for channel list administration • Network control

Toshiba would like to introduce some of our embedded signage partners, who will be joining us on the stand this year, Stino and Deneva. Please join us on the stand for a chat with one of our team.

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UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 73 YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO VISIT THESE COMPANIES, LOCATED OUTSIDE THE UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS ZONE

LauncherPlus and NovoEnterprise launched VIVITEK The latest additions to Vivitek’s NovoConnect Solutions range, the LauncherPlus and NovoEnterprise, are being launched at ISE. Building on the strengths of the NovoConnect solution, a family of simple, small and costeffective wireless screen sharing and collaboration systems that can be tailored according to the

needs of each user or workspace, NovoEnterprise has been engineered to enhance the guest experience for SME or enterprise customers. Thanks to the LauncherPlus’ embedded WiFi, it can stream content effortlessly from a meeting participant’s laptop to the big screen with the NovoPro or the new NovoEnterprise. Meetings can now start promptly, greatly

reducing the time it takes to get connected. The LauncherPlus is especially convenient for visiting guests, or when colleagues from other offices are on site. NovoEnterprise has been designed to tackle an issue faced by many organisations that lack guest WiFi. With its standalone operation and external antenna, the NovoEnterprise provides guests with an ad-hoc wireless

connection, enabling them to present to the big screen. High-performance connectivity is assured thanks to NovoEnterprise’s 802.11ac WiFi and its 2T2R, which deliver optimal wireless performance. Vivitek’s WiFi connection is protected with robust AES128 encryption. Combined, the LauncherPlus

ASHTON BENTLEY The use of apps on smart TVs has mirrored the prevalence of apps such as WhatsApp, Facetime and Skype on consumer smartphones, according to Ashton Bentley. Driven by the desire for this type of functionality to move into the business world, the British manufacturer is today launching its new range of out-of-the-box modern and sleek presentation and videoconferencing (VC) systems with the same app-based functionality for the meeting room.

Through Ashton Bentley’s Wave OS, users sign into the meeting room and can choose a communication app from any of the approved selection available (such as Skype for Business, Zoom, Webex, Pexip or Skype,) depending on the room, geography or user. To ensure maximum uptime and quality of service, all rooms can be managed and monitored wherever they are in the world by Ashton Bentley’s proprietary abSee management platform. This provides a powerful set of tools via a dashboard, allowing real-time system and profile

management, fault monitoring and user metrics. • Ashton Bentley is also running a series of presentations and guest speaker sessions in its auditorium on stand 14-N305. Topics today are the meeting room of the future (10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00); creative storytelling for businesses (11:00); transforming VC into telepresence (13:00); digital signage solutions (15:00); and simplifying video collaboration (17:00).

Stand: 14-M200, 14-N305, 14-N300, 14-P400

Stand: 5-R55

Camera has 9MP sensor LUMENS

Wave OS comes to the meeting room

and NovoEnterprise are not just ideal for meeting rooms where lots of external guests are expected; they are also very useful for hotel guests renting a meeting room, says the company. Furthermore, as it is driver-free, no trace or residue is left on laptops after disconnecting from the LauncherPlus.

On show on the Lumens stand is the VC-A70H 4K PTZ camera. This is equipped with a professional 1/2.3-type progressive scan ‘Exmor R’ CMOS sensor with 9MP output resolution that, states the company, delivers a clear and vivid live image. Designed for broadcasting systems, lecture capture, videoconferencing and houses of worship, it features a 12x optical zoom lens with 2x clear image zoom, for a total 24x zoom. Exposure mode is said to deliver a clear image even in low light or the extreme contrast of brightness and darkness of a conference room.

The VC-A70H HD PTZ camera has HDBaseT interfaces, allowing UltraHD resolution and longdistance transmission up to 70m and carries power, video and control via a single Cat5e/6 cable. It can simultaneously output images to both HDMI and HDBaseT.

Stand: 1-H127, 2-A42

The VC-A70H 4K PTZ camera is designed for lecture capture, videoconferencing

Square Wireless Lighting for any Home

New Dual Load wireless lighting products unlock retro-fit opportunities to bring Control4 Smart Lighting into millions of homes. Come see for yourself at stand 10-N114

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74 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

For the latest show news and updates follow #ISE2017

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

UI vs. UX – Building Smart Home Interfaces For Human Beings Speaker: Geoff Meads, Presto AV

Ever wondered why you always seem to return to the same apps, websites and devices? Chances are that it’s because of a well-designed, thoughtful ‘user experience’. User experience design (or ‘UX’) goes beyond the normal ‘collection of buttons’ type of interface. It’s a design ethos that seeks to present controls in an easily understandable, human-friendly manner and in a way that keeps users coming back for more. This session will look at the key factors that make up a great user experience. Using examples (both good and bad) from hardware, software, apps and websites, it explores the emotive side of user interfaces and how, when designed well, they can deliver more than just function. It’s essential knowledge for those looking to build the very best smart home controls.

09:30-11:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

Making the Most of HD Audio Speaker: Hugo Fitzjohn, Meridian

Hi-res audio presents a fantastic opportunity for home technology professionals. This course will educate attendees on the difference between standard and high-resolution audio, the available audio formats, sources and the demands in using them. It will also explore the requirements for maintaining hi-res audio performance, and explain how to effectively deliver hi-res audio in a home technology installation. Speaker Hugo Fitzjohn joined Meridian Audio in 2014 with a wealth of experience in the AV industry as international sales consultant. As an experienced presenter and trainer, he has developed and run several CEDIA-certified training sessions focusing on a wide range of topics in the AV industry.

09:30-12:30 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

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Designing A ‘Super Cinema’? Building the Best of The Best Speaker: Guy Singleton, Imagine This

For most integrators, a good cinema is all about managing compromises. Restrictions in budget, room size and aesthetics are in just about every project that comes along. So, what happens when there are no restraints? What happens when the budget isn’t limited and the home theatre can be any size or shape you like? This course looks at just that scenario: from reference-level performance to military-grade engineering in HVAC and power delivery. All areas of design and build will be on the table in this fastpaced but fascinating trip into extreme cinema.

10:00-10:20 Free

Stand 1-F21

Home Control in the Year 2020 Speaker: Mitchell Klein, Z-Wave Alliance

Sales of smart home products are expected to exceed $150 billion by the year 2020 – which is only three years from now! Consumers are encouraged to buy and install their own thermostats, door locks, security panels, etc; and even if they opt not to do it themselves, their awareness of products, benefits and price points is rapidly increasing. So too is the confusing array of products that don’t work together. Meanwhile the telcos, security and cable companies are all fighting for a piece of their pie, establishing business practices that compete with yours. Are you sticking with your dedicated platforms? Will you be able to deliver a compelling offering to your customers? Can you compete with Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft? Do you need to? Indeed, perhaps the year 2020 will finally provide the opportunities you’ve been looking for. Or not…

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Sales Estimating and Proposals Speaker: Rich Green, Rich Green Design

Estimating and proposal writing are a fine art and must always follow a thorough design process for client discovery and needs assessment. A good design process will reveal the right problems to solve. This course picks up from problem definition and delves into systematic data gathering and estimating techniques that will result in more profitable projects. We will cover many styles of proposal writing with real examples from successful projects - large and small.

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

The Evolution of Remote Managed Services Speaker: Domenico Crapanzano, Domotz

This presentation will cover the technical aspects of implementing remote managed service schemes. It will look at the evolution of remote management and the components that make up remote managed services today. The course will explain the differences between conventional external network access versus cloud-based services and look at scalable solutions and roll-out. It will also address the latest features in remote managed services, including customer-facing apps, remote access, remote power and more. Finally, attendees will find out how they can sell these services successfully to customers and successfully meet their security and privacy requirements.

12:00-12:20 Free

Room 1-F21

How Humans Will Interface Technology in the Year 2020 Speaker: Alex Capacelatro, Josh.ai

Control interfaces are evolving, and voice is just the beginning. Touchscreens broke the paradigm in 2009 when the iPad came on the market. Apps have given power for hundreds of manufacturers to create their own unique experiences. This year we’re seeing voice control finally break through as a viable option in home control. But what’s next? From AI to gesture control, big data to facial recognition, there are some exciting new advancements that will transform what human-machine interaction means in the home. This talk will explore the evolution of the user interface and what to expect in 2020.

14:00-14:20 Free

Stand 1-F21

Virtual and Augmented Reality in the Year 2020 Speaker: Rich Green, Rich Green Design

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 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.

14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Lighting Control and the IoT Speaker: Sam Woodward, Lutron EA

Clients love intelligent lighting systems. But, as technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate, how do you create a control system that works in harmony with the property’s lighting scheme to deliver an easy-to-use, energy-efficient and secure connected home? In this course, find out how you can specify, design and install an intelligent lighting control system that improves the lives of your clients and adds value to your business.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 75 14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

14:00-17:00 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Room D301

New Display Technologies

Work Smarter, Not Harder Workshop

Speaker: Michael Heiss, M. Heiss Consulting

Speaker: Leslie Shiner, The Shiner Group

Displays have changed significantly since they were big round tubes inside wooden cabinets showing, depending on where you lived, 405, 525, 625 or 819 lines of resolution. Today we have advanced flat panels and projectors with enough acronyms to fill a dictionary – HD, 4K, UHD, 8K, HDR, WCG, HFR, HDR-10, OLED and many more. How do all of these things work, what is hot today, obsolete tomorrow and what is coming down the display pipeline? What’s the ‘next big thing’ and how does it all impact your business? CEDIA Fellow and long-time presenter Michael Heiss will update you on everything you need to know to select, install, sell and profit from the world of flat panel and projection displays. Michael Heiss has close to 40 years of experience in guiding the development, production and marketing of new technology products and services.

Getting busier is a good problem, but more business doesn’t mean you have to work yourself to the bone. You can achieve the same (or even greater) success by learning how to work smarter. It’s difficult to find the time, though, to take a step back and truly address the growing pains and challenges. What better time to do so than at ISE 2017, when you are with your peers who share similar experiences? Get the down and dirty details about how others manage the same issues with which you are dealing.

14:00-17:00 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Completing a Project: The Last Five Percent Speaker: Simon Buddle, CEDIA

Enhance your project management skills by exploring the most common problems with completing projects and the tried-and-trusted techniques for conquering them. By identifying factors at each stage of a project that help or hinder completion, you will achieve increased efficiency and the potential for increased profits!

Room D302

Design Documentation

Speaker: Keith Jones, Design Flow This course will explore and explain the documents that make up a successful project – from architectural plans, schematics, wiring schedules, change order forms and specifications to final client sign off. Attendees will learn how to read and understand documents issued by others during the project process and how to prepare, draw and write their own. Along with detailed drawing and documentation packs, the course will examine power requirements, heat output for racks and spatial considerations among other important factors. While owning and running his own AV installation company, Keith Jones became one of the first UK integrators to adopt the d-tools System Integrator package, giving him 12 years’ experience with this platform. He founded designflow with business partner Kelly Ashforth in October 2015.

Room D201

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

Immersive Audio - Unified 3D Speaker Layouts for Multiple Listeners Speaker: Arnaud Laborie, Trinov

Immersive sound offers the possibility of new life-like experiences in home cinema, but also raises challenges with new formats and more specifically their non-compatible 3D speaker layouts. This presentation covers the concepts of immersive sound, the three immersive sound formats and their recommended speaker layouts.

SMALL SCALE, BIG FEATURES SE-650 is a four input standalone HD video switcher that is compact and loaded with professional features. It has two HD-SDI and two HDMI inputs, making it an ideal switcher solution for a small production in any application. A unique feature of SE-650 is the built-in four channel audio mixer with microphone and RCA audio inputs. This is great for AV applications such as corporate meetings, presentations, and panel discussions. In addition to a built-in audio mixer, SE-650 has professional switcher features such as DSK, Chromakey, Lumakey, PIP, still store, and user memories. Using SE-650 in conjunction with HDR-1 gives users an all-inclusive package for switching and recording a video production. The professional features and user-friendliness of the SE-650 makes it great for every small production in various vertical markets. To receive more information, visit www.datavideo.com

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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: Dante Certification Course Level 1

Speaker: Kieran Walsh, Regional Manager of Global Support Services for EMEA, Audinate The Dante Certification programme provides an easy way for system designers, engineers and others in the industry to learn about Dante with in-depth training and promote their expertise. The certification programme demonstrates your Dante proficiency to potential employers and clients. There are two levels, but the goal is to add additional levels, as well as specialisations by industry role in the future. Level 1 Certification tests proficiency of basic Dante audio networking concepts, covering audio networking fundamentals, basic networking concepts, creating a small-scale Dante network, and using Dante Controller and Dante Virtual Soundcard.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D204

InfoComm MasterClass: The New AV: How to Replace Products with Solutions

Speaker: Tom Stimson, MBA, CTS, President, Stimson Group LLC

The AV industry is no longer represented by the boxes we sell. It is now the problems we solve that matter most to customers. The transition from operating as a transactional seller to becoming a solutions provider involves more than just selling service agreements. Selling solutions requires a different language, its costs are calculated differently, proposals are more abstract, and marketing takes on greater significance. To make matters more difficult, you will be competing with industries that have been selling this way for years in addition to competing with the remnants of your old-school business model. In this session, you will learn the fundamentals of managing a solutions-based service company. In a three-hour session we will have the opportunity to introduce role-playing exercises to practice handling customer objections and resistance to solutions selling techniques. We will discuss the different implications for systems integrators, live event rentals, and specialised service providers.

10:00-12:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D403

Designing an AV/IT Enabled Network Speaker: Lars Duziack, Global IT Specialist, Kramer

The key objective of this course is to understand how AV and IT are becoming more and more similar in terms of transmission and connected data. Products that stream video from A to B using existing infrastructure that was built and planned by IT administrators are common, nowadays. But how does it all work? Take modern collaboration as an example as it is all based on IT. Choosing the right equipment, a modern solution, and a thorough plan will provide some serious milestones to your organisation that may help you avoid hidden traps in the network configuration and structure. In this course you will learn how to calculate the range of a subnet, understand network bandwidth, how to draw a schematic view of a separated network, including the big topics such as unicast, multicast, broadcast and collaboration in an IPv4 environment, and all about H.265 and JPG200 in an easy-to-follow, hands-on manner. The target audience of this course includes integrators, planners and installers.

10:00-10:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Explore the Floor

Speaker: L. William (Bill) Nattress III, CTS-D, CTS-I, Director of Channel Strategy for Paging, Biamp Systems With over 1,100 exhibitors spread over 14 halls, the show floor can be a bit overwhelming. Join us for tips on how to make the best of your time at ISE.

For information on how to sign up for the InfoComm All Access Pass go to www.iseurope.org or www.infocomm.org Price: €325 (members), €375 (non-members)

10:30-10:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Hyper, Hyper! – Polar Patterns & Performance of Different Microphone Elements in Conference Rooms Speaker: Zsolt Zöld, Technical Director, Audio-Technica Central Europe Ltd

This session includes a demonstration of increasing signal-to-noise ratio and achieving better intelligibility for distance conferencing and overall voice lift.

11:00-11:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Put it Right - Proper Positioning for Microphones for Conference Rooms

Speaker: Zsolt Zöld, Technical Director, Audio-Technica Central Europe Ltd. Including a demonstration on how distance effects the sound, and the practical pros and cons of on-table (boundary) and above-table (gooseneck) positions.

11:30-11:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Real World Certification

Speaker: Daniel Goldmann, Ing. B.A., CTS, Visual Advanced Expert & Installer, Renox Audiovision GmbH Hear from one of your peers about their journey and experience with certification, its value, and how it has contributed towards their success.

12:00-12:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Projecten in AV : Van eenvoud naar complex of van complex naar eenvoud? Speaker: Steven Kemland, Manager Project Division, FACE

Een seminar dat ingaat op de hedendaagse mogelijkheden om een achterliggend complex geluidsdistributie systeem op een zeer eenvoudige manier op te bouwen en te bedienen. Aan de hand van twee case studies wordt de hedendaagse mogelijkheid aangaande eenvoud van dagdagelijkse bediening bekeken, dit ondanks de dikwijls hoog technologische achtergrond.

12:30-12:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

What’s In That Wire? HDMI Version

Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications Learn what each of the 19 pins in an HDMI connector is and does – and what can go wrong. Many of the challenges we face with digital video connectivity are related to simple bus-power circuits. Only two of the pins in an HDMI connector are involved in bus power delivery, but they can affect the performance of HDCP, EDID, hardware handshake and connection reliability.

13:00-17:00 Price: €825 (members), €900 (non-members)

Room D507

CTS Study Session

Speaker: Marcus Yarborough, CTS-I, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International A half-day study session designed as a refresher in preparation for CTS exams, this class will put nerves at ease for those looking to take their exams at ISE 2017. Being half a day long, this offers the perfect opportunity for delegates to brush up on their knowledge while getting to see more of ISE.

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Room D403

Speaker: Paul Zielie, CTS-D, CTS-I, Manager of Enterprise Solutions, Harman Professional The course explores network traffic analysis as it applies to installation and troubleshooting of AV application on an IP network. Students will use Wireshark to explore common networked AV communications. The areas covered: the OSI model and the protocols used at each layer; configuring a network for packet capture; how to filter and examine packets to analyse network and application issues. Stand 13-N100

Outdoor AV - What Makes it Safe and Sound? Speaker: Sarah M. Becher, CTS-I, CTS-D, Alterman, Inc

We will investigate techniques and product features that result in successful installations, specifically mounting to structure, and effects of water, wind, sun, heat and lightning. We also view what to look for in outdoor products and see, close-up, why they are acceptable for outdoor applications. We will quickly review the ratings and information, but also offer a great takeaway reference document. Aimed at installers and designers.

13:30-13:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Future Trends: They May Not Be What You Thought They Were

Speaker: Stuart Willcocks, CTS-D, CTS-I, Audio-Visual Design Engineer, Google As more and more data from our AV systems traverse the network, the need for proper understanding of what, where, when and why this data flows through the network has increased. Packet analysers have therefore shown their advantage for AV integrators to get insight into the backbone of the AV system. Join this session to get an intro into the Wireshark packet analyser.

15:00-15:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

What’s In That Wire? HDBaseT Version

Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications In this break-out you’ll learn what the signal looks like in the Category cable link used for HDBaseT digital video extension. How can a 10Gbps signal get across a cable rated for ‘only’ 250MHz applications? Why is shielded cable important and do we really need to deal with shielded jumper cables, jacks and plugs? What about power over HDBaseT – how does that work?

15:30-15:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Design School: How Bright is Bright Enough?

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International

Speaker: Brad Grimes, Director of Communications, InfoComm; Chris Mcintyre-Brown, Associate Director, Futuresource; Bob Snyder, Managing Director, Channel Media Europe; Chuck Espinoza, InfoComm International

In this session we will discuss what is needed to properly specify a projector for the contrast ratio and brightness required of the environment.

16:00-18:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Yes, some are exactly what you’d expect: 4K and 8K video, wireless AV, smart buildings and the Internet of Things. But are we missing anything? For example, is our future reality really virtual? Industry experts and analysts will give their perspective on the future trends we can see coming – and help understand the ones we can’t.

Room D403

Steerable AV Conferencing Microphones

Speaker: Tom Colman, Sr. Applications Engineer, Shure UK

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D203

InfoComm MasterClass: Small Room and Loudspeaker Interaction

Technology used by Shure’ s Microflex Advance conferencing microphones allows you to aim microphone beams anywhere in a room so that each meeting participant is clearly heard. The seminar will begin with an overview of the concepts behind these microphones, as well as a look at basic IP addressing, how to use the Dante controller and how to monitor the status of your Dante network.

16:00-16:20 Price: Free

Speaker: Hadi Sumoro, Founder, HX Audio Lab

This session will introduce the basic concepts of loudspeaker and small room interaction. Discussions include how a loudspeaker disperses sound, understanding room effect/acoustical distortions in a small room, boundary effect and basic acoustical treatment concepts and examples to minimise acoustical distortions.

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute NAVS: Network Packet Analysing

Network Traffic Analysis

13:00-13:20 Price: Free

14:30-14:50 Price: Free

Room D204

InfoComm MasterClass: Communicating with Your IT Customer

Stand 13-N100

Differentiating a Scope of Work from a Bill of Materials (BOM)

Speaker: Brad Malone, MA, PMP, Partner, Navigate Management Consulting Confusing a BOM for a Scope of Work can set up the resulting project for drama, unmet expectations and eroded profits. A BOM lists the deliverables; a Scope of Work describes how the deliverables will be installed and integrated with essential categories. This session will cover these sections and describe their vital importance.

16:30-16:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Speaker: L. William (Bill) Nattress III, CTS-D, CTS-I, Director of Channel Strategy for Paging, Biamp Systems; Michael Frank, Sales Development Director for Eastern NA, Biamp Systems

Twenty-Minute Installation School: Setting Up Your Audio Amplifier

There has been a distinct shift in the target end customers who are responsible for an organisation’s AV solution. The majority of these customers are from the IT world, and several factors have influenced this change. This identifies some critical communications areas that can be quite challenging. This session is intended to provide attendees with the tools to help overcome this communication barrier.

How many times have you walked into a room and heard the ‘hiss’ of an amplifier that has not been set up properly? In this session we will examine how to properly optimise your amplifier for the environment and optimise your signal-to-noise ratio.

14:00-14:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International

17:00-17:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Project Management for Integrators

Wie setze ich IoT in mein nächstes AV-Projekt ein?

Speaker: Sarah M. Becher, CTS-I, CTS-D, Alterman, Inc

Speaker: Patrick Murray, Gründer, Controlhaus, InfoComm International

By the end of this session you will know the four core practices of successful project management. Attend to these four and your project will be smoother and more profitable.

Internet of Things deckt eine Vielzahl von Bereichen ab und kann schnell zu Verwirrung führen. Dieses Gespräch bietet Ihnen praktische Ideen, um IoT in Ihrem nächsten AV-Projekt erfolgreich umzusetzen.

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SHOW FLOOR THEATRES

This year’s line-up of informative and inspiring Show Floor Theatre sessions is bigger than ever

11:30-12:00 Meet your standards now

Ann Brigida, CTS, CStd, director of standards, InfoComm International

15:00-15:30 Indoor wayfinding prototype for Samsung Smart Signage Platform (SSSP)

12:00-12:30 How VideoDSP nodes expand AVoIP without legacy processors or controllers

15:30-16:00 Video quality vs. latency vs. bandwidth: pick the best codec for the job

ClearOne (presented by NetStreams)

STAND: 8-D360

12:30-13:00 Tangible object recognition is ready for a revolution Marcel Graf, business development, interactive scape

13:00-13:30 Large-scale interactive displays in the huddle room

Andrew W Jamison, president & CEO, Scalable Display Technologies (presented by Anoto)

14:00-14:30 Reinventing the meeting room Arjan Haverkamp, Crestron

14:30-15:00 Choosing effective small meeting space solutions (huddle/alternative space)

Yvonne Oscandi, international sales, 3d-berlin vr solutions

Stephane Tremblay, CTO & co-founder, AptoVision

16:00-16:30 PICK OF THE DAY LANG Academy @ ISE: laser phosphor projector training Anika Lauth, product manager projectors, LANG AG

The organisation and accomplishment of presentations for events is heavily increasing its complexity. Video projections became an inherent part of shows, exhibitions or plenary meetings. Because the projector market is vital, gaining in variety and new technologies, only intensive and continuous technical system training can fulfil the high expectations of a smooth and failure-free course of action.

16:30-17:00 Content protection 101: making sense of HDCP, DRM and conditional access Mike Allan, CTO, Exterity

Keren Lipshitz, director of control and solutions division, Kramer Electronics

10:30-11:00 Solutions for LEED strategies

Jesus Arias, KNX Solutions, KNX Association cvba

Jose Maria Morcillo, Domonetio

11:00-11:30 KNX case studies

14:30-15:00 Get connected with emerging IoT trends in smart buildings: voice, standards-based systems, market opportunities

Iain Gordon, president KNX UK, GES Digital

STAND: 9-F155

11:30-12:00 Metaforsa: making an affordable smart home system

Walt Keller, CEO/president, Global Caché

Andriy Borovskiy, Larnitech

15:00-15:30 System integration in the IoT world

12:00-12:30 Creating an everlasting impression with infinitely-scalable, pixel-perfect video walls: a case study

15:30-16:00 Wireless sensors and controls: an installer’s perspective

John C. Wang, CEO, IAdea Corporation

Bernhard Huessy, co-founder & CEO, nomos system AG

Mark Vermeulen, business development manager, Osram

12:30-13:00 The techniques of integrating the latest AV technology with natural disaster detectors in smart buildings

16:00-16:30 Enabling voice driven smart home experiences with Amazon Alexa

13:30-14:00 Integration in a heterogeneous building automation environment

16:30-17:00 Millennial meetings and their impact on AV technology needs

10:30-11:00 Six realities disrupting today’s workplace Paige O’Neill, CMO, Prysm

14:00-14:30 Building the next generation of interactive displays – the opportunities for innovation

11:00-11:30 Multi-sensory tools, technologies, and tactics to make experiences unforgettable

14:30-15:00 Bridging the UC and video islands on Office 365

Nidal Nasri, consulting systems engineer, Appspace

Dr Reinhard Mayr, NETxAutomation Software

Barry Ross Rinehart, executive creative director, Multi Image Group

STAND: 11-A140

14:00-14:30 Commercial solutions: one step ahead

Dean Bryen, technology evangelist, Amazon Alexa

Christopher Jaynes, founder and CTO PhD, Mersive

Nathan Moyal, FlatFrog VP MKT, FlatFrog

Charles James, director Microsoft Alliance, EMEA, Polycom

11:30-12:00 When your Unified Communications solution hasn’t unified your communications: the evolution of UC and what’s next

15:00-15:30 Who are the new 800 pound gorillas in the video conferencing space?

12:00-12:30 Migrating existing video systems to the cloud

15:30-16:00 Solving the soft codec conundrum in the meeting room

12:30-13:00 Workplace transformation: how improved collaboration systems can future-proof your business

16:30-17:00 Efficiency gains through information sharing

Ted Colton, Crestron

Jon Tracey, VP OpenCloud, StarLeaf

Steve Pryor, director, EMEA Channel Sales, Oblong

Simon Dudley, director product strategy, Logitech

Martin Barbour, product manager, Installed Systems, QSC

Dirk Hendrickx, GM Barco Operational Collaboration Systems, vice president, Barco

13:00-13:30 Codecs are like ice cream?

Roger McArdell, CTO, Ashton Bentley

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11:00-11:30 The challenges of integrating technology with human behaviour and business communications

Keith Martin, CEO, IsoTek

Tom Colman, sr. applications engineer, Shure UK

11:30-12:00 Can we leave out all the wires now? When and how to use, and when NOT to use wireless control

12:00-12:30 Better audio systems result in improved working environments: a glimpse into psycho-acoustics

Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

Yuval Kramer, director of audio, Kramer Electronics

STAND: 7-Z160

13:00-13:30 Practical applications for AES67 in pro audio

STAND: 5-S120

Martin Barbour, product manager, installed systems, QSC and Yamaha

13:30-14:00 Conferencing systems from Bose

Darryl Bryans, product line manager, Bose Professional

14:00-14:30 Advanced technology for assistive listening and group communication

Wayne Whiteley, wireless listening expert, Listen Technologies

14:30-15:00 The future is coming: software solutions in AV platforms

TJ Adams, director of installed systems, Product Management, QSC, LLC

15:00-15:30 PICK OF THE DAY Invisible audio for the home

Dean Hartley, technical director, Monitor Audio A minimalist approach to interior design and architecture often restrict the ability to specify traditional CI product options, due to detrimental aesthetics. This session will explore the possibilities to create invisible or discreet audio, with minimal compromises in performance.

15:30-16:00 Mixing 3D content to a 360 degree picture in a dome environment

12:30-13:00 Human-centric user interface design: GUI, VUI, tablets, keypads and sensors Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

13:00-13:30 From application to system, bringing the smart home together! Simon Leblonde, smart space commercial VP, Voltimum

13:30-14:00 Understanding and troubleshooting UHD, HDR and HFR Nick Bovill, European technical training manager, CYP (UK)

14:00-14:30 Residential systems programming: how to be effective, efficient and profitable Filipe P. / Guilherme K., CTO / CSO, The Specialists Group LLC

14:30-15:00 Implementing the IoT

Patrick Murray, software developer, Controlhaus

15:00-15:30 Building a smarter home with Alexa

Dan Quigley, principal PM, smart home, Alexa, Amazon Alexa

15:30-16:00 The five essentials of 4K and HDR video

Ken Eagle, global director of training and technical sales, Atlona

Davey Williamson, managing director, Old Street Music

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EXHIBITOR SESSIONS Steinway Lyngdorf & Genesis Technologies South Europe

Room E108

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. Room E104

10:00-11:00, 15:00-16:00 DigitalMedia: the next generation Streaming 4K 60Hz 444 HDR is real. Learn about the latest DigitalMedia Technology. An in-depth look at technologies and applications that highlight streaming video capabilities.

11:15-12:15, 13:45-14:45 DSP workshop 12:30-13:30, 16:15-17:15 Crestron residential programming sessions Learn how to seamlessly integrate the Sonos App and Amazon Alexa Voice Control into Crestron Systems.

Atlona

Room L104

13:00-14:00, 14:20-15:20 Atlona control system overview

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.

d&b audiotechnik

Room G102

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.

09:30-18:00 Discover the design + technology possibilities

Martin Audio

Crestron

Room E103

10:00-10:30 The d&b Soundscape: the & factor

(Speaker: 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.

12:00-12:45 Sound futures

(Speaker: David Claringbold) Entertainment, sports, retail and leisure venues have traditionally been designed as single purpose buildings, but modern venues are increasingly developing sophisticated business models, with 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.

16:00-16:30 Interoperability and integration with d&b

(Speakers: Janko Ramuscak / Wolfgang Schulz) This session will use examples of high-profile multipurpose installations to 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. The demonstration will also highlight the possible convergence of control/monitoring data and audio transport when AES70/OCA and Dante are used together, as well as further integration possibilities.

17:00-17:30 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.

(Speaker: Joshua Castro) Ushering in a new wave in AV system control, Atlona will be demonstrating an all-new AV control platform unleashing the power of cloud computing where agile control systems are no longer tethered to a single, fixed processor; where reliable systems prevent downtime by automatically switching to redundant control streams; and where control system deployment and management is handled through the cloud from a mobile device. In this session, Atlona product manager Joshua Castro will provide a system overview of the software suite, control gateway and touch panels. Attendees will be guided through the process of setting up the control platform to control and monitor a complex operational AV system for a dual-screen, divisible-room scenario. To demonstrate the ease and speed of the system, live product updating and real-time software reconfigurations will also be shown. Sessions and seats for this exclusive introduction are limited: to register, please go to https://acs_demo.eventbrite.com

SDVoE Alliance

Room F002

12:30-13:30, 14:00-15:00, 15:30-16:30 Deploying zero-latency AV-over-IP systems using SDVoE technology

(Speaker: Justin Kennington / Laurent Masia – AptoVision and NETGEAR) Understand the buzz. SDVoE is the flexible new hardware/software platform for delivering tailored AV user experiences. SDVoE technology provides zero-latency, uncompromised video over network architectures based on off-the-shelf Ethernet switches. The result is substantial cost savings and greater system flexibility and scalability over traditional approaches such as HDBaseT point-to-point extension and circuit switching. Learn what you need to know to get started – how to configure SDVoE endpoints and networks, and how to use them to wow your clients in education, healthcare, enterprise, entertainment, hospitality, retail, houses of worship, government, military, industry and security. If you’re a system integrator, designer, consultant, installer or manufacturer interested in the latest technology, you owe it to yourself to attend one of our sessions. Register at SDVoE.org to reserve your seat or just show up and take your chances!

Epiphan Video

Room D508

11:00-11:30 Emerging trends in social media streaming

Scala

Room F003

(Speaker: David Kirk) Taking a look at platforms, trends and products in social media live streaming: who’s streaming live, which shows are getting the most viewers, and how can you take advantage of these new mediums.

09:30-13:30 Scala conference

MuxLab

Room G110

(Speaker: Joe Teixeira) Join us to learn about our complete range of AV over IP solutions including 4K videowalls, 4K HDMI, HDMI H.264, 3G-SDI, Audio, KVM HDMI, KVM DVI, and more – all controlled in one central location with the MuxLab Pro Digital Network Controller. Use with any third-party software including RTI, OnControls, DemoPad, Control4, URC. To register, please contact marketing@muxlab.com. Breakfast will be served.

Room F002

08:30-11:30 Quividi’s partner conference on programmatic

Amsterdam Suite

09:30-16:30 BrightSign Training

07:30-09:30 MuxLab AV over IP

Quividi

BrightSign

(Speakers: Quividi & Partners – Intel, Adform, Posterscope, BroadSign) The Power of Attention – How to cut through the clutter and grab audience attention. Quividi, the number one audience and context-aware platform for digital signage and DOOH, and its partners (Adform, BroadSign, Intel, Posterscope) discuss how embedded technology, real-time data and automation (aka programmatic) is transforming digital signage and DOOH. After impacting online and mobile media, programmatic is now a reality for outdoor and retail screen networks. Come join us to see how network operators and agencies can leverage programmatic to cut through the clutter and grab audience attention. The conference is free but seats are limited. Please contact dgaumondie@quividi.net to book your spot.

(Speakers: Ray Brooksby / Jan Piros) BrightSign is offering four different training sessions to cover a wide range of topics. The morning sessions are introductory, while the afternoon sessions cover advanced topics. 09:30-10:30 BrightSign 101 Offers an introduction to the new Series 3 player models as well as BrightAuthor software, the BrightSign Network and options for using partner CMS solutions. 11:00-12:00 BrightAuthor Basics An introductory tour of the vast canvas of features that BrightAuthor software offers to build presentations as well as manage, publish and monitor your signage. 13:00-14:30 Interactive BrightSign Presentations Create interactive signage using BrightAuthor and technologies such as touchscreens, buttons, social media, the BrightSign App, BrightBeacon and more. 15:00-16:30 Advanced Technology for BrightSign Learn how to build signage presentations using standard and advanced HTML5 tools and understand best practices. In addition, learn about BrightSign’s new streaming server abilities to deliver content served by one BrightSign player to a multitude of players over a network.

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VOXPOP In which areas do you see the Internet of Things offering the greatest opportunities to your company? The IoT will fundamentally provide more data on the state of more things. It is increasing the amount of information available to sports, news and natural history programme-makers, as well as enabling more efficient monitoring of everything from a motor vehicle to an individual power supply to the operators heart rate! More data means greater system complexity, so more systems management, more systems expertise, and more business for us.

With our CaporeTechnology users can interact with tangible objects on multi-touch displays. This connection of ‘things’ with the web will open up new possibilities, because the web starts directly in your hand and you don’t have the feeling that you are interacting with a machine via a touch display.

As the smart home becomes more popular with homeowners, products will need to continue to evolve to meet the needs of the greater IoT. We see this as an opportunity to offer new capabilities to customers such as voice control and increased network management control.

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

Roger Henderson CEO, TSL Systems Stand: 12-F67

DigitalMedia serves up 4K60 4:4:4 HDR CRESTRON The next generation of Crestron’s DigitalMedia range for managing and distributing digital AV and control signals has been unveiled at ISE 2017. The DM NVX Series is an infinitely scalable high-performance software-defined matrix that provides the ability to share 4K60 4:4:4 HDR HDCP 2.2 compliant content anywhere over a dedicated 1Gb network with no latency. It offers the flexibility to be combined with existing Crestron HDBaseT connectivity and network AV products to deliver content to displays, laptops, tablets and phones. The DM NVX Series is composed of DM NVX Encoder/Decoder Boxes (DM-NVX-350, DM-NVX-351), DM NVX Encoder/Decoder Cards (DM-NVX350C, DM-NVX-351C), and the DM NVX Card Chassis (DM-CI8).

DM NVX Encoders/Decoders provide auto-switching and support Ethernet natively, as well as fibre, with optional SPF modules. Intelligent software residing in the DM NVX Series Encoder/Decoder Boxes and Cards makes it simple to configure, deploy and manage entire systems from the web, claims Crestron. Integrators can choose sources and displays, and set bandwidth and latency to meet the needs of the application and infrastructure. Steve Samson, executive director, business development, Crestron, said: “DM NVX Series takes network AV to the next level, on the platform industry pros know and trust.

Unlike other network AV products, there’s no need for expensive custom 10Gb infrastructure.” “Only DM offers the ability to deliver ‘hybrid’ network AV solutions,” added Samson.“Whatever your application and infrastructure needs, DM brings it all together on a single easy-to-manage platform.”

Stand: 2-C24, 2-E24, 2-E36 The DM NVX Series makes it possible to transmit 4K60 4:4:4 HDR video over standard 1Gb Ethernet, with no latency

Launch of universal AV switching ATLONA

mirrored HDMI and HDBaseT outputs. The SW-510W simplifies AV The AT-UHD-SW-510W, the latest system design, integration and member of Atlona’s five-input operation by combining traditional SW Series of 4K/UHD integration wired plus wireless AV connectivity solutions for AV signal switching and in a single box. It features built-in extension, is being introduced at ISE. WiFi capability and native wireless The SW-510W is the first product of interfacing with iOS, Android, its kind to integrate switching for both Mac, Chromebook and Windows wired and wireless AV sources, as devices. Screen mirroring is natively well as the first AV switcher to include supported without the need to install a USB-C input alongside HDMI and an app. The SW-510W can serve as DisplayPort, claims Atlona. The main an integrated, dual-band access point, benefit is a single, compact solution or be networked into an existing WiFi for universal BYOD compatibility, installation. together with value-added features This switcher provides local source including automatic display control, connectivity via HDMI, DisplayPort automatic input selection, and and USB-C inputs. The SW-510W is among the first AV products to incorporate USB-C support for newer PCs and mobile devices. The USB-C interface can also act as a charging station for laptops, tablets and SW-510W is the first product of its kind to integrate smartphones. switching for both wired and wireless AV sources Stand 5-S92

Display lifts can handle 130kg LOXIT Screen mount specialist Loxit is highlighting its HI-LO Mono range of electric height adjustable display lifts at ISE. 2017. The family consists of the HI-LO Mono wall mount, the HI-LO Mono floor mount and the HI-LO Mono trolley mount, all of which are available as fixed-height or electronically adjustable solutions. The HI-LO Mono wall mount features an electronic lift mechanism that is capable of moving screens up to 84in diagonal, weighing up to 130kg, through 500mm or 600mm of vertical travel; its feet are adjustable to accommodate uneven floors. The HI-LO Mono floor mount is a single column design for the professional installation of a largeformat screen. It has similar handling capacity to the wall mount, and has a base plate with four holes to

The HI-LO Mono trolley mount can handle screens up to 84in diagonal accommodate heavy-duty (10mm bolt) fixings. The HI-LO Mono trolley mount takes the attributes of the floor and wall mount and combines them into a portable trolley.

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Converge Pro 2 now shipping ArtioSign enhancements on display CLEARONE The Converge Pro 2 next-generation platform with Dante technology is being showcased at ISE 2017. Delivering clear audio with advanced audio signal processing, ClearOne says, the Converge Pro 2 is scalable, reliable and competitively priced, and performs in any size of room, any audio environment and for any application. The new DSP platform satisfies the most diverse demands with features such as: the very latest and most powerful adaptive audio DSP algorithms, including acoustic echo cancellation, noise cancellation, feedback elimination, gain and level control, and microphone gating; more microphone inputs to provide greater flexibility; integration

of VoIP or telephony, USB, and Dante for maximum functionality; a new expansion bus that delivers increased audio-channel scalability to support large audio projects; and a new native interface that enables daisy-chaining for any combination of ClearOne peripheral devices, such as the new Beamforming Microphone Array 2 and/or the new DIALOG 20 Wireless Microphone system.

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Converge Pro 2 new DSP platform satisfies the most diverse demands

EXTERITY Major enterprise-level enhancements to the ArtioSign digital signage solution have been unveiled. First launched at ISE 2016, the fully configurable and integrated digital signage application and IP video system enables organisations to install multiple displays to enhance employee, visitor and guest experiences. The enhancements strengthen enterprise communications, now allowing ArtioSign to offer intuitive scheduling and management capabilities. This, says Exterity, will enable users to

schedule complete signage campaigns to the exact minute, and target messages to the right audiences at the right time. Signage can also be updated on the move using the ArtioSign app on an Apple or Android tablet, as well as from the desktop. ArtioSign is included with every AvediaServer platform, and built into every AvediaPlayer Receiver. The company claims that organisations can create uniquely branded, tailored signage with drag-and-drop ease, and manage what is displayed via individual and groups of media players. At ISE 2017, the Exterity stand

is showcasing scheduled ArtioSign campaigns across all 11 on-stand displays. Colin Farquhar, Exterity CEO, said: “Connectivity is pervading every area of our lives and digital signage underpins much of it. Organisations across the board, from corporations to stadiums, have recognised the importance that digital signage plays in strengthening communications with employees and guests. In response to market demand, we’ve enhanced ArtioSign with a number of key features to ensure organisations can deliver tailored messages to multiple screens more easily.”

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Interpretation unit introduced AUDIO-TECHNICA The functionality of its ATUC-50 digital discussion system is being extended with the launch of the ATUC-50INT simultaneous interpretation unit. Audio-Technica is debuting the enhanced product here in Amsterdam. Designed for ease of use where up to three languages are involved, the ATUC-50INT places control in the hands of interpreters thanks to the system’s intuitive web remotebased conference management software application. The control panel allows easy selection of headphone volume level as well as the choice of floor or relayed language, and two ATUC-50INTs may be linked to deliver each language for hardware redundancy. Audio-Technica’s marketing manager, professional audio, Edward Forth, said: “ISE has assumed an increasing importance for Audio-Technica over the last few years and it

provides an unrivalled opportunity to engage with customers in the integrated systems market in Europe. It proved the perfect event at which to launch the ATUC-50 discussion system in 2016 and we’re looking forward to a busy and productive 2017 show.” Audio-Technica will also host a seminar focused on the ATUC-50 digital discussion system on Friday 10 February from 10:00-12:00 in Meeting Room G001 in the Auditorium Centre. The seminar will provide an introduction and guide to easy set-up, programming and system integration for integrators, end-users and distributors.

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New scheduling and management features are among ArtioSign enhancements that strengthen enterprise communications

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Designed for ease of use in situations where up to three languages are involved, the ATUC-50INT places control in the hands of interpreters

Conference camera tracking simplified TELEVIC CONFERENCE The T-Cam Camera Tracking package is being demonstrated here at ISE 2017 by Televic. The package is a complete out-of-the-box solution for conference camera tracking. Through a combination of hardware and software, it allows installers to easily equip a conference venue with camera tracking. T-Cam integrates effortlessly with all Televic Conference product families for maximum versatility. The T-Cam package comes with two PTZ cameras, a video switcher and software to be up and running in no time. Two cameras can be added to the set-up to control up to four 3G-SDI cameras. The system allows straightforward installation, fast configuration, and integration of a camera tracking system with any Televic Conference system. By combining hardware and software,

the T-Cam solution makes it easy to use and control cameras. Installers can quickly set up cameras, create participant presets, and automatically switch the camera between participants based on the conference microphone activity. What’s more, T-Cam can even add a participant’s name as an overlay on top of the image. Furthermore, the T-Cam Camera Tracking Solution comes in three different packages, depending on the number of cameras required and the option for a name overlay. Finally, with 1080p output at 60fps and 15x zoom, the T-Cam was made for the Plixus conference network architecture. It allows pristine video with a delay of less than a single frame to be available at the fingertips of every participant, which increases involvement and creates a richer environment to reach better decisions.

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VOXPOP Integrated IP video and digital signage will have an immense impact over the next five years. The two technologies have independently been around for several years, serving the shared purpose of enhancing communications. In the last two years specifically, IP video and digital signage have not only converged to provide more all-encompassing communication benefits, but have grown to serve a wider variety of organisations – from universities to hospitals, stadiums, banks, broadcasters and hotels. As a result of this widespread and multimarket growth and impact, IP video and digital signage management has become more integrated and centralised, making their deployment more seamless, efficient and secure.

Colin Farquhar CEO, Exterity Stand: 12-F50

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M3 for conferencing applications Which technology do you think will have the greatest impact on the industry over the next five years – and why? The M3 is an audio capture solution for video conferencing, distance learning, courtroom activities, and surgical procedures

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I struggle with which will have the greatest impact. VR/AR will dramatically change the way we experience visual media although it will require much more subtle viewers before that can happen and it will, by definition, mean the successful reintroduction of 3D, although, maybe outside of the five-year window. SaaS product for the content creators and managers will, and already is, changing the landscape of the industry in terms of reducing capital expenditures and moving costs from indirect to direct. However, for the higher-end market, it is probably the transition from traditional video transport standards, to transporting those signals over a common IP backbone within studios and studio complexes that will have the most immediate effect.

Roger Henderson CEO, TSL Systems Stand: 12-F67

In the next five years, 5G mobile technology will influence how technology works and connects with each other. This technology will help to create a real connected world. We are installing a gigantic 4K resolution LED screen at Piccadilly and I look forward to seeing how people will be able to interact with the screen using 5G. The next major evolution impacting the LED video display industry will be COB (chip on board) technology. COB provides tighter resolutions with lower weight, lower power and lower manufacturing costs. Tighter resolutions enable facilities and advertisers to improve the impact of digital displays for both indoor and outdoor applications.

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

The M3, a tri-element hanging microphone system designed for installed applications where aesthetics, sound quality, and ease of installation are critical, is on display from Audix. Available in white or charcoal grey with custom colours available, the M3 is suited to audio capture for videoconferencing, distance learning, courtroom activities and surgical procedures. It can also be used for ambient room miking and surveillance. The M3 incorporates three phasecoherent hypercardioid capsules with tailored frequency response optimised for speech intelligibility. This is accomplished by minimising frequencies caused by noise, vibration, paper shuffling, keyboard strokes, fans, and heating and air conditioning. Low-noise preamp circuitry is employed for the highest possible signal-to-noise and studio-quality sound. A high-quality silicone jacketed microphone cable ensures a balanced, shielded signal and a clean look. The M3 connects to the input of a mixer or DSP console via an included breakout cable. The breakout cable consists of a female RJ45 connector that terminates in either three-terminal block or XLR connectors. A variety of optional shielded Cat7 cable lengths (from plenum-rated junction box to

breakout cable) are available. Also on display is the M3WHM, which is designed for hard-mount ceiling installations without drop tile ceilings, making this an option for dry wall ceilings. Gene Houck, installed sound sales manager at Audix, said: “The M3 tri-element ceiling mic is Audix’s bestselling microphone for good reason. Not only is it incredibly easy to set up, but this innovative ceiling microphone provides exceptional coverage with remarkable audio quality. It is truly setting a new standard for ceiling microphone performance.”

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CLEDIS makes first appearance Revving up for the RAI PEERLESS-AV

CLEDIS delivers large images by using multiple small tiles

SONY Making its first ISE appearance is CLEDIS display technology from Sony. Described as a large-scale canvas solution, it is based on Sony’s self-emitting display capabilities, but with ultrafine LEDs as the light source. CLEDIS is designed for a range of commercial applications where intricately detailed video displays and realistic simulation are required on a large scale. Applications range from industrial product design and manufacturing for automotive,

through to displays in theme parks, museums, high-traffic lobbies and showrooms, as well as boardrooms and broadcast studios. CLEDIS (Crystal LED Integrated Structure) features a borderless design that allows multiple tiles – each measuring 403mm × 453mm – to be seamlessly aligned. For example, a large display measuring 9.7m across and 2.7m high (8K×2K) can be constructed by combining 144 standalone display units. The display units have no borders, so can be combined to create immersive, large screen visuals that are completely

seamless and appear visually to be made from one single panel. It uses red, green, and blue (R, G and B) ultrafine LEDs mounted on the display surface, with each pixel emitting light independently. Each pixel comprises one separate R, G and B ultrafine LED, with the light source only 0.003sqmm in size. The remaining surface area is more than 99% black. The technology’s isotropic luminescence gives it a viewing angle of almost 180º. Brightness is 1,000 nits.

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Reflecting sales growth in Europe, Peerless-AV has invested in a bigger stand for ISE, with a Formula One racing theme. Visitors will be guided around the stand by Peerless-AV ‘race crew’ to see all the latest products and solutions in action, and will have the chance to enter a competition to win full weekend VIP hospitality tickets to a European Formula One Grand Prix weekend in 2017. The stand’s racing theme also celebrates Peerless-AV’s recognition as the official outdoor display provider of the Daytona International Speedway. Keith Dutch, managing director, Peerless-AV, said: “Our 2016 European Championship theme at ISE last year was a huge success

and we intend to exceed all expectations once again with our F1themed stand. F1 is loved by millions around the world and the precision engineering, with particular attention on quality and safety, resonates with the ethos and commitment of Peerless-AV. ISE is officially the world’s largest AV and systems integration trade show so this is an exciting venture for us, and our stand promises to be buzzing with action.” On the stand, Peerless-AV will be showing off new kiosk designs, fixed and full-service LED mounts and fully sealed outdoor display solutions. These will be complemented by menu boards, wall mounts, modular systems and full service videowall mounts, including the new SmartMount Supreme mount.

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Homing in on huddle rooms WYRESTORM Being showcased on the WyreStorm stand is the company’s approach to corporate AV solutions for meeting room and huddle room environments: combining its distribution and control products within a single all-inclusive, competitively priced kit. WyreStorm’s huddle and meeting room concept was born out of its recognition that the majority of the more complex solutions on the market require significant configuration and are capable of far more functionality than the majority of customers will ever use. Similarly, the leaner solutions available don’t quite offer enough. Adrian Ickeringill, WyreStorm EMEA general manager, explained why this is problematic for the customer: “For customers, the choice is typically to either go big and pay big for a system they will not fully use, which offers a poor return on a considerable investment. Or they can mix and match separate products from different manufacturers to try and create a

system that meets their requirements, which complicates specification and installation; increasing the chance of compatibility issues and potential points of failure.” Ickeringill continued: “With the WyreStorm Meeting Room Pack, we wanted to offer an unrivalled ease of use and connectivity for the end-user, with seamless switching, enhanced audio, simple room control using a static in-wall touchscreen and more advanced control with customers’ own mobile devices. This simplicity extends to the integrator, with ease of specification, installation and configuration thanks to one product code ordering with one price.” The Meeting Room Pack itself centres around the WyreStorm SW0501-HDBT 5x1 HDBaseT presentation switcher featuring WyreStorm’s own ScreenLink screen sharing and collaboration software, supporting both wired and wireless screen sharing from up to 26 Windows and Mac computers simultaneously.

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The Meeting Room Pack aims to offer unrivalled ease of use and connectivity

UHD 4K STB launches with HEVC support TRIPLEPLAY ISE 2017 is seeing the launch of a low-cost, solid-state set top box for delivering 4K digital signage and IPTV. Working with long-term technology hardware partner Amino, Tripleplay claims it has developed a truly scalable, flexible, complete and costeffective 4K digital media platform. The new Amino 4K STB will allow Tripleplay to offer HEVC content delivery, a protocol which, the company says, makes delivery of UHD media content up to 60% more efficient, ensuring network capacity is not unduly impacted. Tripleplay is also showcasing several newly released solutions at

the show, including the Mobile Media App (MMA), Media Video Player (MVP) and the low-latency Tripleplay HD Encoder, as well as efficiency improvements to its Digital Media Platform. With the release of the B3.0 software platform, additional features have been added to Tripleplay’s digital signage and IPTV streaming solution. These include QuickDrop, a media upload tool to allow the instant creation of video and music playlists and simpler management of digital signage content. There’s also a new, simple visual editor for digital signage content creation.

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The new STB offers 4K digital signage and IPTV capability

Apple ProRes support announced PICTURALL As well as announcing a new software release for its Mark 2 range of media servers, Picturall has also announced support for Apple’s ProRes codec for all Picturall products. ProRes offers six formats that range from extreme compression to minimal compression rates and is said to be one of the most popular codecs in the field of professional video and post-production. ProRes is a 10-bit codec, and Picturall notes that its Variable Bitrate (VBR) feature allows ProRes to be economical with video storage, without impairing visual quality. Also new for ISE 2017 is a range of input cards that provide DP 1.2

AppleProRes support and uncompressed 8K playback are now available for Picturall’s media servers and HDMI 2.0 connectivity for full end-to-end 4K compatibility across the full range of Picturall products. Configurations of up to 4-in and 16-out are available. The company has also announced support for an uncompressed 8K playback option across the full range of media

servers available in 2, 4 and 8TB formats. This allows the use of uncompressed DPX and TGA image sequences directly, with no further compression required. The system can play back images with up to 10-bit colours of 4:4:4 chroma subsampling.

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Modular system enables large screens SCREEN INNOVATIONS The company that introduced the Black Diamond ambient lightrejecting screen has announced the introduction of Tiles, a new screen tiling system that, Screen Innovations (SI) claims, redefines the videowall category. Built using the same Black Diamond screen technology, Tiles can create displays as large as 288in wide by 162in high for a 330in diagonal, and is 4K/8K+ rated and UHD/HDR ready. “Black Diamond has been touted as the best screen that money can buy, however it comes with limitations,” said Skyler Meek, director of marketing for SI. “Because of the extreme engineering required to manufacture the optical qualities in the material, it is limited in height. To overcome this, SI has created a system that uses smaller, rigid tiles precision-bonded together to create one larger screen.” To build a Black Diamond videowall, panels are placed next

Tiles is a modular system capable of creating 330in displays to each other with what SI says is a nearly invisible seam, and stacked in a running-bond pattern for superior strength. This is achieved by SI’s new computer controlled cutting system, which is said to be capable of cutting to extremely precise specifications. To ensure that the installation process is as time-efficient and

simple as possible, SI has designed a system that is 75% pre-fabricated; each panel then snaps into place with an attachment system that utilises neodymium magnets. According to SI, this process allows integrators to assemble a videowall of any size with ease.

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Robotic future for classroom presentation VADDIO Designed for classrooms and corporate training, Vaddio’s RoboTrak Presenter Tracking System has rolled into ISE 2017. The system captures educational content and eliminates the need for dedicated camera operators, says Vaddio. The enterprise-class solution delivers precision-tracking capabilities for small, medium and larger venues, according to the company. RoboTrak uses advanced IR technology to follow instructors or presenters instead of audio cues or facial recognition. The IR technology provides an ultrasmooth pan and tilt motion to

ensure presenter tracking is natural and effortless, says the company, enabling the presenter to focus on teaching, not technology. The easy-to-use system is composed of a RoboTrak IR tracking camera and a presenter lanyard that lasts up to 40 hours on a single battery charge. RoboTrak pairs with any Vaddio RoboShot PTZ camera. Capable of tracking up to 12.2m, RoboTrak can be either ceiling or wall mounted, and can be paired with the Vaddio AV Bridge Matrix Pro for an ‘automated classroom in a box’ solution.

Stand: 2-C42 RoboTrak follows instructors or presenters by IR tracking, instead of using audio cues or facial recognition

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Table encourages collaboration AVEX (QUARTA) Exhibiting for the fourth successive year, during which time the company says the Quarta brand name has become increasingly well know, AVEX is once more showing its meeting table which is designed to offer fully integrated audiovisual facilities, maximum comfort and optimum ease of use. At the heart of the table are flat screens, recessed under clear-vision toughened glass to make sharing presentations and documents easy. The table also allows meeting participants to maintain eye contact with each other because they no longer have to turn to face a central screen on a wall. This, AVEX notes, increases interaction and collaboration, improves meeting dynamics, saves time and enhances efficiency.

The comfortable sitting posture and ideal viewing distance are, according to the company, important ergonomic aspects, while ease of operation is said to be optimal: the screens, sound level, lighting, climate and other functions are operated from an intuitive touch panel. Quarta comes as standard with recessed screens, an audio system and sockets for laptop connections. It can be equipped with videoconferencing, including highdefinition cameras, as well as other options for optimum interaction. The Quarta range provides different versions in terms of size, finish and audiovisual components and allows the user to choose the Quarta table which best suits the operational requirement.

Stand: 1-E56 The Quarta table is available in a range of versions

All-in-one 4K signage system LEYARD AND PLANAR The Planar QE Series of Ultra HD LCD displays, claimed to be the industry’s first all-in-one 4K solution for highimpact digital signage, has been unveiled. Available in 75in, 86in and 98in sizes, the Planar QE Series come with an embedded Planar ContentSmart 4K Media Player, providing a way to design, distribute and play back ultrahigh-resolution digital signage on a single display or multiple displays within a network. In addition, the embedded media player includes two USB ports and an internal time clock for scheduling playlists. All Planar QE Series displays offer cutting-edge 4K video performance, with support for native 4K at up to 60Hz, with HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 to enable smooth motion video. The displays allow for four sources to be simultaneously viewed in quadrants on the display, suitable for collaboration or huddle environments

in conference rooms as well as digital signage applications. The displays can be oriented in either landscape or portrait and come with a logo-free, all-metal bezel design for enhanced durability. Audio is built into each display with two internal 10W speakers. The displays are compatible with a multitude of UltraHD inputs, including emerging 4K sources requiring compliance with the High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) standard. Multi-touch models are also available, for professionals who seek to collaborate or interact using largeformat, high-resolution displays. Steve Seminario, VP, product marketing, Planar and Leyard, said: “The Planar QE Series was designed to further break down barriers to 4K adoption in digital signage and collaboration by providing an affordable and simple professional solution.”

Stand: 12-H85 The Planar QE Series is the industry’s first endto-end 4K digital signage system with a built-in media player and software

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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 technology that has shaped the last couple of years, and will continue to do so, centres around collaboration. Specifically, hardware and software that make videoconferencing and collaboration even more seamless, lifelike and efficient. Our world is global, and our workforce and how we communicate is changing. There is a need for immediacy around communication and shared information, driving a huge demand for collaboration tools that are easy to use, reliable and compatible with multiple platforms, operating systems and devices.

The trend of AV and IT convergence will continue and amplify at an increasing rate. However, other convergences will also impact many in the AV industry. As connectivity increases with Internet of Things devices, more and more opportunities will be realised for companies developing holistic environments. This may mean that AV companies will add commercial environmental products to their lines and vice versa. Opportunities for growth and partnership will follow. Workflows based on IP networks will be the only cost-effective solution.

The expansion of display screens will continue and the cost will come down. The concept of a ‘television’ as an appliance will go away. Electronic wallpaper will cover the boundaries of living and working spaces. Aspect ratio will no longer be important as images will be shown in whatever shape is best for the window or virtual object. We expect the capabilities of networks to continue to expand and we expect all AV signals to migrate to general-purpose networks.

Brady O Bruce CMO, InFocus Stand: 2-A52

Will Waters Director, product marketing and sales enablement, NewTek Stand: 12-F62

Dan Dugan CEO, Dan Dugan Sound Design Stand: 7-P160

Adding colour to audio GENELEC At ISE 2017, integrators and designers looking to add a splash of colour to their audio installations can see a selection of the 120 RAL classic finishes now available for the Genelec 4020, 4030 and 4040 Installation Speakers. Be it Pastel Blue, Pine Green or Raspberry Red, the loudspeakers are available in a full range of colours that will allow the speakers to contribute to the interior design scheme of any type of fixed installation, the company says. An array of 4000 speakers in a selection of colours are on display at Genelec’s stand. “The 4000 Series active loudspeakers are an outstanding premium audio solution for installations in any environment,” said Sami Mäkinen, AV installation systems

business manager at Genelec. “With the ability to choose from a huge range of colours, options are now even better for designers looking to create the perfect audio installation, whether they are seeking to make a bold statement, or just subtly blend into an environment’s existing aesthetic.” Genelec 4000 Series are compact but powerful two-way active loudspeakers designed for indoor commercial and professional installations. The models contain an integrated amplification unit comprising an active electronic crossover, overload protection circuitry and two power amplifiers, one for each driver. The 4000 Series

loudspeakers are said to be perfectly suited to music playback, whatever the chosen environment. Allied to the premium performance is the Scandinavian design and build quality that combines high-quality materials with stylish looks – making this range, says Genelec, the benchmark for loudspeakers in the AV sector.

Stand: 3-A119 An array of 4000 speakers in a selection of colours are on display at Genelec’s stand

Next generation videowall controllers PURELINK

asymmetric and distinctive videowalls with output resolutions up to UltraHD, 4K and above. Functions like Bezel Compensation, Crop & Zoom and

With the distribution of Digibird videowall controllers as well as a new Matrix Controller under its own brand, PureLink is discussing its ability to offer a range of solutions for creative videowalls. Digibird controllers are capable of integrating any type of video and data source on any display wall configuration. The output signals can The ability to cascade multiple controllers makes even be rotated individually in bigger, more eye catching videowalls possible 45º steps and thus enable

the possibility of cascading multiple controllers enable the possibility for even bigger, more eye-catching videowalls, stated the company. The DB-VRC4 is an out-of-the-box, multi-faceted, standalone display controller that supports a choice of inputs, high-bandwidth loopthrough as well as four genlocked HDMI outputs. The DB-2000 to DB-24000 are modular and thus highly expandable 4K solutions, particularly for large-scale multiscreen systems.

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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 longform 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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Scaling up to the big game

Fourth generation lighting enclosure family launched TEMPEST LIGHTING

CEO Tim Brooksbank and technical business development manager George Koumis invite visitors to play and win on Calibre’s pinball themed stand

CALIBRE On a stand transformed into a giant live retro pinball game, Calibre is demonstrating the capabilities of its HQUltra 4K presentation scalerswitchers and LED screen scalers. To date, HQUltra is used by the world’s largest sporting events, pro-AV applications and venues, including the Rio 2016 Olympics, the Wine Queen Awards in Germany, and the Dragao Stadium in Portugal, home to FC Porto. Tim Brooksbank, CEO, Calibre, said: “The market has adopted HQUltra because of its ability to switch in under a quarter of a second, and its outstanding low

latency, halo-free image scaling to produce future-proof, reliable and outstanding image quality. Our technology outperforms the competition in terms of visual information and performance.” Calibre also announced it has signed a global distribution and sales agreement with Stampede, the value-added distributor of pro-AV products and systems solutions. The appointment ensures that the entire range of Calibre HQUltra 4K presentation scalers and switchers will be available globally. Pinball players on the Calibre stand with the highest score have the chance to win a scaler.

Stand: 12-N45

ESP range offers spirited performance EM ACOUSTICS ISE 2017 is witnessing the formal launch of the new ESP Series of compact, self-powered loudspeakers. The series comprises the ESP-8 and ESP-12 compact 2-way loudspeakers (8in and 12in coaxial designs respectively), and the ESP15S compact 15in subwoofer to form a discrete family of flexible selfpowered loudspeaker products. Intended to fulfil a wide range of applications from speech and small/medium scale live music reinforcement through to compact stage monitoring, the ESP Series products combine state-of-the-art amplification and digital signal processing, claims EM Acoustics, alongside the company’s sonic performance and manufacturing build quality. The result, says EM Acoustics, is a series of products with the finest possible performance, yet at a price point that represents a significant

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ROI for both rental companies and installations alike. EM Acoustics has a variety of other products on display, including the DQ Series of advanced system amplifiers. Released in 2016, the company claims the DQ Series allows true plug-and-play turnkey systems to be created for optimum performance and reliability anywhere in the world.

Stand: 7-S178

The ESP-8 compact 2-way loudspeaker features an 8in coaxial design

Hot on the heels of the awardwinning G4 projector enclosure launch, Tempest has announced the European launch of its fourth generation lighting enclosure family at ISE 2017. This latest generation of enclosures - 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. “Our G4 lighting enclosure family offers unbeatable protection,” said Tim Burnham, president at Tempest. “Thanks to our wealth of experience, we have been able to create the finest general purpose lighting

enclosure family to safeguard your lighting investment. Thousands of our Tornado enclosures are in daily use in every climate type there is, from the frozen North to the tropics and deserts, in theme parks, resorts, attractions and cruise ships. “With G4 we have managed to build on this solid existing design with a series of enhancements and additions to benefit our customers, including data logging and monitoring, and our best ever salt fog protection in the Marine versions,” he added. Tornado G4 now offers DEC4 control, with a choice of RS485 (RDM) or Ethernet monitoring, with web-based monitoring coming soon.

The latest generation of enclosures – Tornado G4 and Tornado Marine G4 – takes the Tornado design and adds a host of enhancements

Stand: 5-V37

Videoconferencing cameras UVC compatible HANGZHOU ISMARTVIDEOTECH CO. Designed for a range of applications in which compact design, accurate positioning and stable operation are pre-requisites – such as videoconferencing, lecture capture and telemedicine – the iSmart Video AMC-M series USB HD PTZ cameras are said to integrate the industry’s most advanced professional HD imaging and compression technology. They support the standard UVC protocol, making them compatible with popular videoconferencing software.

H.264 and MJPEG video compression are also supported. Two models – the AMCM0301U2 and AMC-M0501U2/ U3 – are available, featuring a 1/2.9in 2.9 megapixel and 1/2.7in Exmor sensor respectively and 3x or 5x zoom capability. Field of view is up to 84°, and both units support the standard Sony VISCA protocol as well as RS232, Ethernet and USB3.0. They come equipped with an IR remote control, and feature image flip functionality to enable either on-stand or ceiling mounting.

Stand: 11-F136

AMC-M series USB HD PTZ cameras are designed for multiple applications

New DisplayNet server demonstrated DVIGEAR Described as a new concept for AV distribution, DVIGear is showcasing DisplayNet. Leveraging 10GbE Ethernet technology to switch, extend and distribute uncompressed AV signals in real time with resolutions up to 4K, it is said to be scalable and versatile and to deliver zero frame latency, zero compression and zero artifacts. DisplayNet supports a wide range of applications including point-to-point extension, matrix switching, videowall display and multiviewer. DisplayNet systems consist of multiple transmitter and receiver endpoints, a 10GbE network switch and a DisplayNet Server, which provides the API interface layer required to control and manage the entire system. On display at ISE 2017 is the new

DNS-200 server, which includes redesigned DisplayNet Manager software, a browser-based application that controls and configures DisplayNet endpoint devices and overall systems. It provides control features, as well as tools to facilitate the use of third party controllers that enable DisplayNet to be easily integrated into a wide range of professional AV applications. The most recent additions to the DisplayNet family are the DN-200 Series transmitters and receivers, which add support for

HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, DisplayPort 1.2, High Speed USB 2.0 (480 Mbps), and internal scaling. Scaling in the transmitter units enables multiviewer applications, and scaling in the receiver units is said to enable more robust videowall capabilities as well as full seamless switching regardless of input resolution. Systems integrators can now choose between models supporting CatX twisted pair cables or signal distribution over fibre optic media using industry standard SFP+ optical modules.

Stand: 1-F70

The new DNS-200 server includes redesigned DisplayNet Manager software

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European Handball referee communication AXITOUR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS The European Handball Federation (EHF) has chosen the Axitour AXIWI communication system as its ‘standard’ referee communication system. AXIWI will be used by elite referees for the next three years during the European Championships, the Champions League and other international handball games and tournaments at the highest level. The AXIWI communication system is a full duplex and hands free two-directional, fourchannel communication system. A compact communication system measuring 65mm x 32mm x 22mm and weighing 39g including battery, it allows up to five referees to communicate simultaneously as if they were on the phone, with an ‘open’ line connection, while up to 250 people per channel can listen to the conversation. AXIWI offers a direct open line connection, with Push-to-Talk possible and a reach of around 250m. Its rechargeable battery lasts between eight and 10 hours. The AXIWI communication system was designed to set a new standard for communication technology in sports between referees and officials.

AXIWI allows up to five referees to communicate simultaneously as if they were on the phone “The use of the AXIWI communications system by the EHF means the national handball federations may follow, which ensures a further professionalisation of the arbitration in the entire handball sport,” commented Ben Engelen, director of Axitour Communication Systems. “AXIWI is already very active within the realm of national and international handball and also in many other sports,” he added. “The AXIWI communication system has been purchased by various international handball federations, including the Icelandic Handball Federation, the Austrian Handball Federation, the Finnish Handball Federation, the Czech Handball Federation and the Slovak Handball Federation.”

Stand: 6-K150

Easier network connection for presenters WEPRESENT A new peripheral has been added to the wePresent platform, and is being demonstrated on the company’s ISE 2017 stand. PresentSense is a proximity-based Bluetooth gateway that allows users to connect to nearby wePresent units even more quickly. It uses a Bluetooth dongle in compatible wePresent units in conjunction with the native Bluetooth capability present in many computers and mobile devices. wePresent presentation gateways equipped with PresentSense

PresentSense is a proximity-based Bluetooth gateway

will automatically detect nearby Bluetooth-enabled presentation devices, allowing the software to take a ‘fast track’ to connecting to the closest receiver. This will, according to the company, effectively eliminate guesswork on networks where many wePresent units are connected. Coupled with the SharePod, the PresentSense is said to provide wePresent with an even higher level of user-friendliness, especially for guest presenters, as a Bluetoothenabled device can be connected far more quickly than navigating the network. The company says it is ideal for buildings with many conference rooms or classrooms, where the preferred wePresent receiver is listed in a drop-down menu of all wePresent systems. “We are very excited about adding PresentSense to our wireless presentation offerings,” says Eva Cannon, director of marketing for wePresent. “This completely takes the guesswork out of connecting to a user’s preferred wePresent system, and since it is a simple Bluetooth USB, there are no extra installation hassles.”

Feeling floaty: Panasonic (Stand 1-H20) brings moving immersive projection mapping to ISE 2017 with the help of students from Backstage Academy UK and technology from Painting with Light, BlackTrax, d3 and AirOrbs, helium filled spheres, provided by Airstage. (L-R): Andrew Gordon, CAST BlackTrax; Michael Al-Far, Painting With Light; Shannon Harvey, director of technology at Backstage Academy / Production Park; Vincent Steenhoek, product specialist EMEA at d3; and Woulter Verhulst, project manager, Painting With Light.

Videowall is bright, slim DELTA ELECTRONICS Leveraging the company’s years of experience in the design and manufacture of DLP light engines, Delta is introducing its 4K laser videowall at ISE 2017. Designed for the control room market and with a laser light source, the new product is claimed to feature an exceptionally slim form factor: it measures 560mm front to back. The 70in cubes offer 4K resolution at 60Hz, over 98% brightness uniformity, a wide viewing angle and, says the company, true redundancy. Delta claims that the new laser

videowall is the first of its kind in the industry to be IP6X dust rating certified, with a built-in intelligent system, an in-built auto correction system to ensure enhanced system performance, and long life without external intervention. Delta’s videowall solution delivers 2,400 lumens of brightness and has the capability to support DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI2.0 input signals.

Stand: 11-F111, 5-R55

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Guitarists look to the Sky CORDIAL

The German cable manufacturer has expanded its design instrument cable product range with the new Sky fabric guitar cable in retrostyle white and blue. Sky combines a dirt-repellent textile jacket with

the technical features of the tried-and-tested CIK 122 bulk cable and robust white Neutrik NP2 connectors. Claiming the cable to be very advanced in its technical design, Cordial reveals that specific stranding technologies and

material compositions make the ‘vintage’ cable very flexible in use. Due to its low capacitance values it can sound open and airy, according to the company. The Sky cable is available in 3m, 6m and 9m lengths.

Stand: 7-V185

Cordial says specific stranding technologies and material compositions make the ‘vintage’ cable very flexible in use

Stand: 11-A129

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Connecting buildings with humanity BY GEORGE COLE Internationally renowned and multi award-winning architect Ole Scheeren is one of those people who likes to think outside of the box. His eye-opening (and often jaw-dropping) buildings have not only transformed landscapes, but the lives of those who live and work in them, along with the wider community. In a packed Opening Address, Scheeren used examples of his work to show how buildings and technology can be connected with humanity. This included the CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, China, the second largest building on the planet, which has a radical loop design.

“The shape suggests that we think of the building as a life form rather than a technical installation,” said Scheeren. The building includes social clusters – formal and informal spaces designed to bring people together. Another project involved designing an office building for a series of small technology start-ups, that would encourage collaboration and communication. Scheeren’s solution was to create a ‘collaborative cloud’, an area where workers and visitors could “be in an informal work environment, where people could share a cloud of ideas and a cloud of knowledge”. Technology is an important component of many buildings,

but Scheeren said that “Smart buildings and smart cities are more than just about technology – it’s about socially inclusive environments. A building that saves you energy but is horrible to live in, doesn’t matter. Ultimately, it’s about the quality of life – the most important measure of everything.” The speed at which technology dates was touched upon on in a Q&A at the end of the presentation. “This is why architecture cannot derive its legitimacy from technology,” said Scheeren, “but if you don’t integrate things, they will feel divorced and separated, but if you integrate too much, you can become a victim of standards. The solution is to create architecture

that is robust enough to survive for as long as the physical matter stands. Social sustainability rather than technical sustainability.” Scheeren was also asked how he thought artificial intelligence (AI) would impact on architecture, “We are not at the beginning of

understanding that question,” he said, “[but] the importance of the quality of physical space is profoundly human and will never vanish. The more we live connected to the virtual world, the more we will acknowledge the need for the physical reality.”

Scheeren: “Smart buildings and smart cities are more than just about technology”

We asked attendees for their VOXPOP reaction to architect Ole Scheeren’s ISE 2017 Opening Address That was quite inspiring. I like his idea of not using technology for every problem we have. It sounds odd, but in some cases, less is more and I like that principle; not overteching everything.

In his speech he advocated the interconnectedness of nature, technology and people’s needs, and the environment; that’s the takeaway. People often forget that need to create balance, but he really brought it together.

Thomas Stenvoll Electrical engineer Skanska

Hafeez Majek Director Phoenix Management and Consulting

My interest is broadcast engineering – I was here for training. The opening address offered good insights of what’s upand-coming, what’s coming down the line, smart and new designs – it was a very inspirational talk.

Dom Gallagher Technical director UCT Solutions

I’m not an architect, so for me, it was very interesting to see this quick succession of various, very interesting projects he’s done worldwide. As I work for the Canadian embassy, I was of course hoping he would highlight the one he did in Vancouver.

Melanie ter Meulen Trade commissioner, investment and digital Embassy of Canada

Many of the projects he mentioned are in Asia, and I come from Hong Kong. The concept the speaker brought in on project development was interesting. He is very creative and thoughtful on the benefits for humans in what he designs.

Culsin Li Managing director Baobab Tree Event Management

I think it was pretty good, there was a lot to learn for us, from the AV systems architect’s point of view, and what he’s thinking about how new buildings and office spaces are going to evolve.

Anil Kumar Managing partner E-nnovate

Bright Group distribution deal THEATRIXX TECHNOLOGIES Bright Group has been announced as the new distributor of Theatrixx Technologies’ xVision converters throughout Finland, Sweden and Norway. With over 400 employees in three countries,

it is a major Nordic provider of event, entertainment and experience services. Erik Guertin, Theatrixx’ sales representative for Europe, commented: “This partnership is a perfect example of what we are looking for when teaming

up with distributors. We are dedicated to innovation and knowledge, and joining forces with quality partners like Bright ensures that our brand and products are represented with the same dedication that we have.”

New B2B display solutions launched TOSHIBA Announcing its biggest business display product range to date, and showcasing a host of new hardware and software solutions, is Toshiba. The company has also announced ambitious growth targets for the year ahead following a successful 2016. Driven by its UK-based European R&D centre, Toshiba will be launching three key products to the market during the first half of the year, encompassing the 16/7 TD-E3 in 32in, 43in, 49in, 55in and 65in, the 24/7 TD-P3 in 43in, 49in, 55in and 75in, and a range of hospitality TVs from 24in to 49in. In addition to these core series, Toshiba is also looking to increase its B2B solutions by providing a compatible range of interactive touch overlays. Toshiba’s growth momentum in its display business continued last year across its core verticals, most significantly in the retail,

corporate and HoReCa sectors, while it increased partners in the European region to 270, a rise of 35% on last year. With a focus on forging new relationships, as well as on customer-centric product innovation, revenues grew by 80% year-on-year. Here at ISE 2017, Toshiba has announced new targets for the year ahead, with the company hoping to continue on its impressive trajectory and achieve 50% revenue growth for the year. “We have shown strong growth each year since entering the European business display market four years ago, and 2016 was extremely positive with us,” said Go Inoue, vice president, visual solutions business, Toshiba Europe. “We’re confident of taking this momentum into the year ahead, starting at ISE, where we’re delighted to be showcasing the very latest in Toshiba’s business display solutions.”

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