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Tracking tricks and mapping magic

A high-tech magic show is drawing the crowds every hour on the Panasonic stand. Projection mapping, object tracking and droneflown helium balloons combine to create a spectacle that is fast-paced and funny. As well as 300,000 lumens of Panasonic projection, the show involves technology and expertise from Airstage, Analog Way, Arcam, Backstage Academy, Blacktrax, d3 and Painting with Light.

Digital signage is stepping into a bright future BY GEORGE COLE The retail industry is on the cusp of a revolution that could transform the way we shop – and digital signage has a key role to play in this development. That was the message from yesterday’s Digital Signage

Summit ISE, sponsored by EDBAK. In a presentation, ‘Creating the Smart Retail Store of the Future’, Vidya Nagarajan, senior product manager Chrome & Android, Google, said that “Google sees huge opportunities in retail,” adding that “more than 90% of retail sales happen in bricks and

mortar stores.” Technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, intelligent tracking and smart digital signage displays that present information relevant to specific customers, could help make the shopping experience more personal and engaging, said

Nagarajan. She added that customers “want to buy the right product, in the right amount, in the right channel at the right moment.” Jose Avalos, global visual retail director for Intel Corporation in the Internet of Things Group, said digital signage was bringing new functionality

to devices like vending machines, “A drinks vending machine that only offered ten flavours can now offer thousands, as well provide extra product information and advertising,” he said. Many new retail developments will use analytics – collecting and cont on page 4

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The ISE Daily is pleased to announce the finalists for the first ever ISE Stand Design Awards competition, organised by EXHIBITOR magazine, an award-winning monthly publication featuring best practices for trade show marketing. Created to acknowledge ISE exhibitors and their exhibit-design efforts, the independently judged competition was open to all of the show’s roughly 850 exhibits. Entries were judged in three size-based categories: 6 to 39 square metres, 40 to 100 square metres and more than 100 square metres. “The quality of the stands is truly exceptional, resulting in a vibrant show floor full of immersive, engaging experiences that makes me proud to be a member of the trade show industry,” said Travis Stanton, editor of EXHIBITOR magazine. “We were thoroughly impressed with all of the stands, making it very difficult to arrive at the list of only 21 finalists. The judges definitely have their work cut out for them selecting just one winner in each of the three categories.” A group of highly esteemed designers and marketers will further evaluate each of the 21 finalists, considering how well each stand: demonstrates effective design realization/ fabrication, delivers cohesive and effective graphics, offers clear organisation/wayfinding,

presents an effective lighting design, employs the allotted space, and more. One winner in each category (small stand, medium stand, and large stand) will be named during a free awards ceremony today at 16:30 (not 15:30 as listed elsewhere in this issue) in the ISE Audio Solutions Theatre (stand 7-Z160). SMALL STAND • curveLED GmbH (8-R202) • Dan Dugan Sound Design (7-P160) • LEDBlade (14-K190) • LUMITRIX (8-E318) • Moose Sound (7-S220) • Volume Network (14-K174) MEDIUM STAND • Basalte (5-U65) • EKTA (12-F36) • Expromo Europe (8-N235/8-R232) • Kindwin Opto Electronic Co., Ltd. (12-N57) • LedGo BV (8-K185) • LINDY (8-H310) • Opto Tech Corp. (8-N280) LARGE STAND • Absen GmbH (12-C45) • Bowers & Wikins (10-K114) • Epson Europe B.V. (1-H90) • Finlux (10-P136) • Maverick (5-U35) • NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH (5-R24) • Panasonic Marketing Group Europe GmbH (1-H20) • Sony (1-N20)

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Immersive pit stop Within the Immersive Technology Zone, curated by experiential designer Holovis, there are opportunities for those in the channel and end-users alike to understand more about these emerging platforms and how they can utilise or facilitate these developments. The experiences range from singular immerse forms of engagement to those that can be shared by a group, inspiring end-users and showing the AV industry how they can support the development through complex set-ups. While the Virtual Ball Pit might just seem like a ploy from Holovis to make you wave your arms around like a fool, it actually demonstrates spatial awareness linked with task-based learning in a virtual environment. The user wears a headset and is then immersed in a virtual world where they have to clear all the balls from the pit. As they

The Virtual Ball Pit demonstrates spatial awareness linked with task-based learning

are doing this, the world that they are seeing is recreated in real time for the viewing public. This link with the real world creates a secondary content design scenario and is furthering research into how space is tracked, measured and perceived in VR. Once mastered, this will advance

enterprise business scenarios through the ability to design complete solutions that transport guests into alternative realities, ideal for R&D by reducing costs, increasing accuracy and therefore saving time.

The Immersive Technology Zone is located in the Park Foyer, outside Hall 8

A decade of excellence from Crestron

The Crestron Integration Awards returned to ISE 2017 for its tenth year, celebrating the technology,

engineering skills and excellence of Crestron integrators, consultants and programmers in projects featuring

Crestron solutions throughout the EMEA region. See tomorrow’s ISE Daily for a full report on this year’s winners.

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Digital signage future analysing data to detect patterns of consumer behaviour, but Chris Riegel, CEO STRATACACHE, warned, “Analytics are highly important, but our industry has been overselling it to retailers – we have tended to go too far, too fast.” He also noted that many retailers had had their fingers burnt by rushing into developing mobile apps “that hardly anyone uses.” In a fireplace talk that looked at investment, Philippe Graf von Stauffenberg, chairman of the board,

TRISON, admitted that his worst digital signage investment was “3D technology – it absolutely bombed.” The Summit ended with a worldwide industry outlook panel, with representatives from the US, Europe, Russia, Latin America and Middle East, giving a mixed picture of market developments. While the Russian market was challenging, the US and Latin American markets were showing good potential. The panel was also asked about the importance of content, “Content is king,” said Alberto

Imagination is the only limit for 3D capture applications STARAMBA Staramba’s 3D image capture stand in the ISE Immersive Technology Zone (powered by Holovis) is placing visitors straight into the virtual world. By scanning in 3D, Staramba generates the data for high-quality colour avatars and for 3D printing. “We have a lot of business in the games market and we have already scanned players of 14 major football

teams, including Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea,” said divisional sales manager Patrick Loewer (pictured). Interest is coming from unexpected applications such as creating avatars for videoconferencing and taking measurements for clothing, and Loewer believes that users will find many completely new applications for the technology.

Immersive Technology Zone, Park Foyer, outside Hall 8

Comolli, chief strategy officer, Kolo. Stewart Caddick, managing director, Connectiv Middle East, added, “You can’t spend 90% on a screen and 10% on the content – it just doesn’t work. Digital signage is a living animal, and once you buy it, you have to keep feeding it.” Florian Rotberg, managing director invidis consulting, and Summit moderator, told the ISE Daily, “Many markets that were closed to digital signage because of return-oninvestment, are now open to it, with retail being the biggest one.”

Stewart Caddick (seated far right): “Digital signage is a living animal, and once you buy it, you have to keep feeding it”

Becoming more pervasive KNX ASSOCIATION Evidence of the progress the KNX Association is making in achieving its goal of being recognised as the worldwide standard for home and building control can be found at ISE 2017, where the association is hosting 15 KNX manufacturers on its 200sqm stand – and those are in addition to the 50 or so member companies with booths around the show floor. The KNX Association is also taking the opportunity to present its new ETS Inside tool, which it says allows users to make their home ‘not just smart, but smart with 30 years of KNX experience’.

15 KNX manufacturers are hosted on the KNX Association stand There are hourly presentations on the subject, which also offer a first ETS Inside hands-on before

the official launch of the tool on 15 February.

Stand: 9-F150

Developing international sales GENELEC

Patrick Loewer: “In the years to come there will be a lot of business opportunities that we just can’t think of right now”

Among the executives at Genelec’s press conference yesterday was Ole Jensen, the company’s new international sales director. Jensen is a well-recognised figure within the professional audio market, having most recently led the worldwide distribution of Dynaudio Pro. Over the course of more than three decades, he has held a succession of high profile sales and distribution roles including

an early post at Yamaha, followed by a long period of service with TC Group, during which he became vice president of sales for broadcast and production. He was also responsible for the development of the company’s European pro audio distribution network. In his new role, Jensen will develop and support Genelec’s international network of sales partners and distributors within the professional sectors. He is based in Denmark.

Stand: 3-A119

New international sales director, Ole Jensen

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AV means added value BY MONICA HECK Creating greater awareness of the AV industry is one of the ways InfoComm International is acting as a catalyst for market growth in 2017, according to its executive director and CEO David Labuskes. As part of this drive, InfoComm International is working with communications firms in the US and Europe, aiming to find the right platforms from which to present the strategic value of AV to verticals such as higher education, hospitality, banking and retail. “Next month we will be speaking to provosts about the impact of AV on higher education from three perspectives: how immersive technology can be used to enhance education; how technology can be used to create greater flexibility within their spaces, and how the availability of collaborative technology and its capabilities gives them an edge with which to attract students. It’s about illustrating why they should be investing more.” Historically, InfoComm International had been focused on growing the industry from the inside out, according to Labuskes. “We will continue to do that work of course, it’s

the work of trade shows and standards development, for example. But we are now layering a market growth piece on top of that, at the request of our membership.” But now, InfoComm International is looking outwards for ways to increase the spend within the industry: “We can’t, as an association, directly increase that spend, but we want to be a catalyst for that increase. I think it will attract new participants to our industry.” Labuskes hopes that people, who currently don’t, may start to self-identify as AV professionals: the creatives who call themselves digital media artists and work for advertising or communications firms, for example. “The objective is to engage them in our industry to help broaden its definition, using content as a common reference around which to build a relationship,” concluded Labuskes, highlighting the launch of a new thoughtleadership conference called TIDE at InfoComm International 2017 focused on the art of storytelling supporting enterprise outcomes. “We are trying to attract people who have never come to our trade show before. We hope to bring TIDE to ISE next year.”

Dual-display lights the way New high power line DYNASCAN TECHNOLOGY A new line of ultra-thin high brightness premium indoor LCDs is being unveiled at ISE 2017. The DS551DR4 is a 55in ultra-high brightness LCD, a dual-sided display offering 3,000 and 1,000nit images, and an ultra-slim form factor. The dual video inputs allow each side to display separate content. The company claims the display offers end users and integrators an all-inone solution for storefront window applications where one side faces direct sunlight and the opposite side faces indoor viewers. As part of the new DI Premium Indoor Series, the DI551ST2 and DI651ST2 are 55in and 65in premium high brightness professional LCDs for indoor use. They feature ultra-slim form factors, at 29mm DynaScan claims they are the thinnest professional LCDs in the industry. With an ultra-high brightness rating ranging from 800-1000nit, these displays feature 24/7 visibility in high ambient light locations, low power consumption, and are individually calibrated for colour quality. The DI Series utilises fanless cooling technology, delivering silent operation for environments where noise levels are a concern. The screens are also IP5X rated, protecting the displays from dust and other contaminants. The DI Series features integrated Android based media players with WiFi. The integrated solution offers users a complete media platform,

says the company, allowing playback of local files and USB/SD card media. Alan Kaufman, president, Dynascan, said: “There is a reason why ISE is the most important yearly event for our company. It is when we introduce new models and give our channel partners and clients a taste of the latest technologies.”

Stand: 12-K56 DS551DR4 is a 55in ultra-high brightness LCD, a dual-sided display offering 3,000 and 1,000nit images, and an ultra-slim form factor

array system launched NEXO The new GEO M10 line array, a highoutput sound reinforcement system for long-throw theatre and live music applications, has been launched yesterday by Nexo. The company has produced a contemporary design using a single 10in driver, delivering a strong ratio of LF response to cabinet size for this class of midsize line array. The GEO M10 system is a true power package, twice as powerful as its sister GEO M6 compact line array, launched two years ago. While the M10 design aesthetic is comparable to the elegant new-generation silhouette of the M6, the larger M10 cabinet draws on structural and

acoustic innovations first released in Nexo’s STM Series modular line array, in particular the STM M28. The M10 takes its name from the single 10in neodymium LF driver, paired with a 1.4in titanium diaphragm HF driver. With a footprint of 531mm x 288mm x 355mm, this 2-way passive module will deliver a frequency response of 59Hz-20kHz with nominal peak SPL of 131dB. There are two versions of the M10 cabinet, offering 12.5° and 25° of vertical dispersion. Both have 80°/120° horizontal dispersion which can be configured manually, without tools, by removing the magnetic grille and adjusting NEXO’s innovative flange fixing system.

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Electroacoustic Engineer Mathieu Pobeda and Nexo CEO Jean Mullor with the GEO M10 system

Tipron, the internet-connected projection home and business robot, can turn walls and ceilings into displays. Cerevo’s Tipron was developed to provide a new experience for visual media consumption. He can be programmed to automatically move and project visual content, up to an 80in HD screen from a distance of 3m, turning boring surfaces into exciting displays. Satomi Kanaya, senior manager for sales and marketing, Cerevo, said: “We define this product as the third screen, after the TV and smartphone. Zero interaction is needed as there is zero interface; you just use your mobile phone to control Tipron. There is nothing similar on the market.”

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Partnership further developed Software delivers customer success STARLEAF

D-TOOLS Unified communication terminal solution provider Yealink has announced that its video conferencing hardware endpoints are fully compatible and optimised for the StarLeaf UC OpenCloud platform. The tight integration between Yealink video conferencing meeting room hardware and the StarLeaf UC OpenCloud is said to offer users complete interoperability between their Yealink system and all other video systems, including Skype for Business. As well as direct calling between all hardware and software endpoints, Yealink users will also benefit from multiparty scheduled conferencing for up to 50 participants. Furthermore, according to StarLeaf, the UC OpenCloud delivers a secure and scalable videoconferencing environment, centralised management and none of the costs and complexities of owning and managing network infrastructure. As part of the technical alliance, Yealink has introduced StarLeaf’s QuickConnect protocol, which allows its VC series of endpoints to be registered to the cloud, automatically configured and deployed in minutes. “We are two major industry

Mark Loney: “Users will benefit from a rich environment with true any to any connectivity” leaders with a shared vision to bring affordable, easy to use and manage video solutions to businesses of all shapes and sizes,” said Mark Loney, CEO, StarLeaf. “With UC OpenCloud, Yealink users will benefit from a rich environment with true any to any connectivity, delivered by the most advanced communications cloud available today.” “We have joined forces with StarLeaf to offer our customers a complete video endpoint and cloud solution that delivers on the need for interoperability with all other systems including Skype for Business,” said Howard Qiu, sales director of Videoconferencing, Yealink.

According to exhibitor D-Tools, the company’s API and integration strategy for its System Integrator 2017 (SI 2017) software platform is an integral component of the company’s core vision – to provide integrators of every type and size with a software platform that gives them the flexibility to select and adopt the various tools that best suit the needs of their business.

Most recently, D-Tools has completed the company’s API integration TRXio, a cloud-based inventory management and asset-tracking software solution for the AV industry that takes advantage of the latest QR- and bar-code scanning technology. The API integration with the D-Tools SI platform is said to help integrators streamline operations, standardise processes and maintain clear and consistent communication between the office/warehouse and

the field, leading to new operating efficiencies, improved cash flow and ultimately a healthier bottom line. At ISE 2017, the company is talking to visitors about how System Integrator has helped its customers. The company said it has boosted business for companies including Atea Danmark, a Nordic and Baltic supplier of IT infrastructure, and for Inspired Dwellings, who use D-Tools to streamline their workflows.

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Mounting a challenge to LED installation Peerless-AV says its new LED mounting system offers a highly versatile solution for installers

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Polk Audio shown off TDI GROUP Products from US loudspeaker manufacturer Polk Audio products are being promoted at ISE 2017 by their UK-based distributor, TDI Group. The products range provides loudspeaker solutions for custom installations, with both in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, on-wall monitor speakers, all weather subwoofers

and satellite speakers, plus subwoofers and amplifiers to suit almost every install environment. Craig Clarke, audio specialist at TDI Group, commented: “We are excited to continue building upon our partnership with Polk Audio and the success our installation clients have benefitted from, so make a note in your diary to visit our booth.”

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Combining digital signage and video analytics ACER BeingRetail solutions that include digital signage and video analytics, with the option to combine both, have been introduced here at ISE 2017. The BeingRetail solutions harness the latest display technology to deliver eye-catching messages that effectively grab people’s attention, even in visually cluttered environments. It also offers video analytics to understand the effectiveness of the digital signage solution, or to be used as a standalone product to gain insight into who and how people interact with a retail environment, by providing audience profile and audience attention information. Speaking to the ISE Daily, Norbert Krüger, Acer’s senior manager for business development, commercial channel, said: “You can combine both our Digital Signage and Video Analytics products, or you can buy

Jeff Chou, Nadja Wolfrat and Norbert Krüger understand retail analytics them separately, depending on your needs. Our Video Analytics includes 11 different modules to enable you to find out anything from the gender of the person looking at your screen or products, to the age, the time they spent in front of the product,

PEERLESS-AV The SmartMount Universal Full Service and Flat Wall LED Mounting Systems are being launched by Peerless-AV on its Formula One-themed stand. For recessed LED videowall applications or those requiring convenient rear access, the SmartMount system features robust, smooth-gliding scissor arms that allow the entire wall to pop out safely and effortlessly, says the company. This gives enough space for the installer to get behind and manage cabling or

the mood they show, and customer traffic flow, and you can get this information in real time in just one click. There are also modules for security, so you can get real time information on your mobile phone.” Acer’s BeingRetail Digital Signage (DS) solution provides total control over content displayed in any environment. This allows instant adjustment based on audiences and, during flash sales, content can be customised to appeal to

tile replacement. The system features integrated cable management and delivers a slim and aesthetically pleasing finish, says Peerless-AV, while allowing enough room at the rear for component cooling. Peerless-AV claims its Flat Wall LED mounting system is one of the most versatile solutions available on the market today. Manufactured with an ultralightweight aluminium frame, X, Y and Z adjustment and support for multiple LED display sizes and brands, the system can be built to any flat to wall, floor standing,

the real time audience. The BeingRetail Video Analytics (VA) product utilises IP security cameras. With the video already captured, BeingRetail VA is able to deliver in-depth analysis of content performance. It enables tracking for everything from how many people enter a store down to detailed data customer profiling, such as gender and mood. Combining the two solutions results in Acer’s BeingRetail DS

floor to wall, floor to ceiling, and other front service specification or configuration. Available in kit form, Peerless-AV said the new LED mounting system addresses installer demands for an aesthetically pleasing, slimmer, lighter, more cost-effective, easier to assemble and install solution. The company says it is intended for a wide range of indoor videowall applications in retail store windows, corporate boardrooms, lobbies, concert halls, and more.

Stand: 12-E57 and VA solution, with VA providing the analysis of the DS Solution by giving audience profile and audience attention analytics, all in one interoperable package. Acer’s BeingRetail Solutions includes four Digital Signage models: DW460, DS370, DT653, DD550A. Either used alone or in a video wall setup, these displays create flexible communication and content that can be updated anytime, for any target.

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FEATURE Listen close and you can hear the alarm sounding Rethinking systems design in a networked world of cyber threats – Lindsey M Adler reports There’s an audible, recurrent tone of warning resonating through the AV industry, alerting us that we’re in dangerous territory. The spectre of cyber-attacks sits at the heart of every networked audiovisual system. Despite the all-too-real peril, it is not yet too late to correct the course. While we prefer not to dwell on the dark side, the threat of cybersecurity in audiovisual systems is one the industry has not seen the likes of before. The risk is legitimate, it’s pervasive, and it’s one where the traditional AV skills are unfortunately ill equipped to handle. Cybersecurity in AV influences most every link in the chain of a networked system, and the menace should not be understated. As a result, the traditional end user’s,

integrator’s, consultant’s, and even manufacturer’s roles in systems integration are being significantly impacted. “It’s interesting in that it’s new territory for the industry to focus on, but at the same time, it’s things that have been dictating how we should be operating since we decided to go play on the network side of the world,” says Josh Srago, AV design engineer for TEECOM, a Californiabased consulting firm. Assessing the danger of cybersecurity in AV is hard enough on its own, let alone wading through the various highly technical solutions to protect a client’s private data. Oh, and about that data, of which there is a huge amount being created. Is it protected if an end user insists on placing wireless devices on its public WiFi?

Debut of new eight button IP wall panel AURORA MULTIMEDIA The DXB-8i, a new eight-button IP wall panel, has been introduced at ISE by Aurora Multimedia. The DXB-8i is a low-cost eight-button single-gang panel designed to work with nearly any Ethernet, RS232, or IR device on the market. The DXB-8i allows any Ethernet, RS232, or IR string to be assigned to the press, release, toggle, and hold of each button. The buttons can individually be lit red, green, or blue so it can be seen in dimly lit areas. It fits in a Standard 1 Gang Decora Style Outlet and buttons

are individually programmable for RS232, IR, TCP, and Telnet commands. It is also available in white or black.

Stand: 5-R54 DXB-8i is a low-cost eight-button single gang panel designed to work with nearly any Ethernet, RS232, or IR device on the market

[Not even a little.] How should an integrator or consultant protect the data that falls within a cloud service agreement? How are the manufacturers safeguarding their products that actively collect digital information? How often is each member of the supply chain logging the data? Ultimately, the question of responsibility for data arises, which can lead to serious legal ramifications. “There’s a lot of data going out there that no one knows what’s going on with. This happens the whole way down the line,” Srago notes. “The manufacturer’s data has to be secure; the AV integrator has to be able to put it on a secure network; the signal itself has to be secure. We have network streaming devices that are not encrypted currently being sold.

There’s no reason these shouldn’t be encrypted,” he states. The conscientious AV community at large has an important responsibility to be questioning their vendors and partners about device safety. Assessing risk and coherently representing it to clients is paramount to systems design in the networked age. Paul Zielie, manager, enterprise solutions, Harman Professional, offered some guidelines in a recent column in Systems Contractor News. “In practice, security measures and configurations should be determined as part of the design process and agreed upon by all parties by design sign-off in order to avoid impacting project schedules.” He recommends that this can be included as part of the consultant design package or within the

Projector’s first major showing CANON Announced in November and available this spring, the Canon XEED 4K600STZ receives its first major public outing at ISE 2017. Weighing 26kg, it is the latest addition to Canon’s 4K installation projector range. An upgrade to the XEED 4K501ST model, the 6,000-lumen, 4,000:1 native contrast ratio (10,000:1 dynamic contrast) XEED 4K600STZ can project onto curved or domed surfaces – in portrait mode or using multiple blended images, making it appropriate for applications including advanced training simulators, design, museums and digital signage. It features solidstate light source technology, lasting

up to 40,000 hours of use (ultra-long life mode), and also includes Canon’s unique AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) optical system. The XEED 4K600STZ also benefits from four DVI-D and two HDMI 2.0 inputs. This supports the projection of high-quality content from a variety of 4K sources at 60Hz with a single HDMI cable, as well as a 16.6ms response time. With Creston compatibility, WiFi, USB and Ethernet, networking and remote operation options are also available. Offering a

integrator’s scope. “In either case, the requirements must be clearly defined as part of the bid package.” ISE 2017 attendees can tackle this multifaceted issue head on with Zielie and other AV/IT experts from ihiji, Biamp, InfoComm, and the Z-Wave Alliance at an education session tomorrow, Friday 10 February, entitled ‘Cybersecurity: How to Help Your Customers Understand, Mitigate, and Respond to Threats’. Held from 10:00 to 13:00, the session, presented jointly by InfoComm International and CEDIA, will educate attendees on network vulnerabilities, risk assessment, mitigating risk, and responding to breaches. A panel discussion will cover a broader view of the issue and share real-world experiences.

1.3x zoom 4K lens, Canon says that the constant f/2.6 aperture of the XEED 4K600STZ also means the lens delivers consistent brightness throughout its zoom range. A 120in screen image can be projected from a distance of 2.7m thanks to the throw ratio of 1.0-1.3.

Stand: 1-F42 The XEED 4K600STZ laser projector is receiving its first major public outing

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VOXPOP Away from your own stand (or demo room), what are you most looking forward to seeing at ISE 2017?

I don’t think the green agenda has been high enough on the priorities list in the pro-AV industry so far. Of course the environmental topic comes back every now and then in marketing speech, but we have reached a tipping point, and the industry must have a good hard look at itself. There are some encouraging signs, however, and some companies have made it a top priority both for economic and deontological reasons. Technologies such as laser in projection, for example, help in reducing the carbon footprint. We hope to see more innovations in the lighting, audio and video industry.

Marc Kocks Business development manager – fixed install, Powersoft Stand: 7-K158

We’re always intrigued by the new innovations on show at ISE from the major LED display manufacturers. Their latest advancements have a huge impact on our R&D and we work closely with them to ensure our mounting, kiosk, trolley and stand solutions develop in parallel. Narrow pixel pitch LED for indoor is high on our radar and we expect to see LED displays of all shapes and sizes filling the halls this year. We’ll also be looking out for outdoor displays and emerging technologies, OLED, Quantum Dot Technology and Balance Box solutions.

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

I’ll be looking at developments in NFC and beacon technology with great interest. With so many digital displays being installed both indoors and increasingly outdoors, there is a risk that passers-by ’blank’ the information and adverts being broadcast at them. Tagging and tracking members of the public as they move around using NFC or beacon technology and the chips in their smartphones has great potential, but it can also be seen as intrusive. Perhaps in the end we will still rely on eye-catching images or messages displayed with an invitation to learn more by using the touchscreen.

Ian Crosby Sales and marketing director, Zytronic Stand: 8E-350

ISE is a wonderful place to see what’s new and what’s up and coming in the industry. There are a few interesting talks happening that we will try to attend, such as digital signage and VR at the Sports Venue Technolgy Summit. We have a very strong presence in stadia around the world and it’s good to keep up with the views of other specialists. The digital signage hall, which is where we are, keeps growing every year. Being at ISE we have an opportunity to see what’s offered in our sector and perhaps find new alliances.

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

Updated MA2030a and PA2030a amplifiers YAMAHA ISE 2017 is the first major European trade show where Yamaha will be exhibiting the newly updated MA2030a and PA2030a compact power amplifiers. With extra functionality, the new models are now optimised further for commercial installations. Yamaha says that the compact, rugged MA2030a and PA2030a power amplifiers are ideal for smaller projects, both supporting low impedance and high impedance speaker systems, with an interface that has been carefully designed for easy everyday use. Set-up is quick

and easy, requiring no computers or complex procedures, and no special skill or experience is needed for day-to-day operation, the company claims. The new update has added an 8 ohm option to the existing lowimpedance (30W x 2ch, 3 ohm/4 ohm selectable) output, plus highpass and low-pass filters which make it easier to incorporate subwoofers for enhanced audio quality. EQ optimised for Yamaha VXS10S/ST subwoofers is also included. Featuring two types of stereo line inputs, the PA2030a can be used alone or in combination with the

MA2030a to drive a larger number of speakers while allowing the establishment of extra service zones with volume zoning if required. The DCP1V4S wall-mount control panel can be connected to the MA2030a for convenient

remote output volume and microphone on/off switching control. There’s also an optional, dedicated RKH1 rack mount kit that allows convenient rack mounting of the MA2030a and/or PA2030a.

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SCREEN EXCELLENCE The Contrast with AmbientVisionaire is an ambient light rejecting screen from Screen Excellence. It has been specifically designed for applications where ambient light is not fully eliminated and where the speakers cannot be located behind the screen. According to the company, it has been ranked “best in class solid ambient light rejecting screen� by AccuCal. The projection surface is bordered by a 33mm depth, Infinite Black velvet-coated, high grade aluminium frame. According to Screen Excellence, the Contrast with AmbientVisionaire is fully 4K and HDR compatible, and offers reference quality colour uniformity without any colour shift, sparkles or ringing. It is said to significantly improve the contrast of the picture when compared with a standard white screen in high ambient light conditions. Contrast with AmbientVisionaire comes with two choices of projection surface. The Ambient-Visionaire Black features a 1.2 gain, a 45° viewing angle and is said to deliver up to nine times the contrast of a standard white screen. Ambient-Visionaire Silver provides a gain of 1.3, a 70° viewing angle and contrast performance of up to three times that of a standard screen.

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TODAY’S EVENTS, THEATRE SESSIONS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, TECHNOLOGY DEMOS 14:00-14:30 Conferencing Systems from Bose

PICK OF THE DAY

09:30-13:30 Sports Venue Technology Summit

Now a staple of the annual SVG Europe event calendar, the Sports Venue Technology Summit at ISE examines the technologies and processes underpinning the modern connected stadium. As well as assessing the latest developments to enhance the in-venue experience, the event also addresses the broadcast innovations bringing an increasing number of sports events to fans all around the world. The Sports Venue Technology Summit 2017 - devised by SVG Europe in conjunction with leading consultant Roland Hemming – will explore some of the technologies that are helping venues to perfect their offer in the present, and face the future with confidence. Digital signage,

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)

Bose Professional is introducing a new product line for conference rooms at ISE 2017. Be one of the first to hear all about the Bose approach and find out about the new systems, introduced by Darryl Bryans, product lne manager. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

15:30-16:00 System Integration in the IoT World

virtual reality and a new generation of broadcast platforms will all be included in a varied half-day programme that will also include opportunities for networking over coffee.

Room E102 (Registration required)

09:30-11:00 CEDIA Session: Future Technologies: The Silicon Valley Scoop

This popular course, presented by Rich Green of Rich Green Design, provides a new perspective on stampeding technologies, their importance, and how they can make you more profitable. Learn about dozens of new technologies that are emerging from the secret labs of Silicon Valley. Room D201 (Price: €75 CEDIA members/€90 non-members)

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 revolutionising the way companies engage with their customers: businesses can now deliver seamless, personalised 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)

The co-founder and CEO of nomos system will describe the journey from hardware- to softwareoriented system integration, giving a promising outlook on interoperability as it is required today. This session will also discuss the impact and opportunities of IoT on making smarter buildings. CEDIA Smart Building Solutions Theatre (sponsored by KNX) – Stand 9-F155 (Free event)

15:30-17:30 ISE Stand Design Awards

Organised and independently judged by EXHIBITOR magazine, these first-ever ISE Stand Design Awards will recognise the most effective show floor booths across three size categories. Criteria include communication, use of space, navigation and impact. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

16:00-17:00 Panel Discussion: Driving Leadership for AV over IT

This year’s panel of international industry experts will be debating one of the hottest topics in pro AV: the integration of AV and IT and the future of digital infrastructure. For the third year running, Kramer is organising and hosting the ISE panel discussion. Tim Albright of AV Nation will chair the panel, which will include: Daniel Rogers, VP, global channels and partner alliances, AVI-SPL; Johan Van Puymbrouck, technology leader of collaboration, Cisco; Dan Jackson, director, enterprise technology, Crestron; Paul Krizan, product manager, networked AV, HARMAN Professional Solutions; Alain Wiedmer, VP EMEA sales, Kramer; Ashley Azzopardi, principal services architect (office infrastructure), Red Hat; and Blair Parkin, principal, TEECOM. InfoComm Unified Communications Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 11-A140 (Free event)

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

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

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TOMORROW’S HIGHLIGHTS 09:00 Closing Keynote: Daniel Lamarre, President and CEO, Cirque du Soleil

Tomorrow 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

this joint InfoComm/CEDIA conference the panel, which primarily deals with applications in small to medium-sized business as well as residential, will help you understand the threats and how to mitigate and respond to them. The sesssion is divided into five 30-minute segments: the network vulnerabilities that hackers looks for; risk assessment and educating the client; mitigating risk by reducing exposure; response and recovery for the worst incidents you can envision; and a concluding panel discussion.

Room G106 (All Access Pass required)

10:00-16:00 Future AV Professionals

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

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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)

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 screen displays situated in the Business Lounge; Entrance K and the Ruby Lounge near the Forum will display details of manufacturers looking for new and additional distributors of their products and services. The M2D networking 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)

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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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CEDIA grows online education offering After significant education successes across EMEA in 2016, CEDIA has announced a major expansion of its online education presence and plans for further growth in 2017. Within the EMEA region, over 950 industry professionals were trained by CEDIA in 2016. UK training attendance increased by a massive 40% and over £20,000 worth of training was offered free of charge to CEDIA members. For 2017, CEDIA has introduced a host of brand new training sessions, webinars and talks to its online offerings, which can be accessed by visiting cedia.net/cedia-training/online. Also for 2017, CEDIA has set a goal to provide online content for all areas of CEDIA’s Electronic Systems Certified (ESC) exam. “2016 was a standout year for CEDIA training,” said Luke Amos, CEDIA senior director of education. “We increased access internationally and were very proud to offer members more courses across more locations than ever before. CEDIA understands taking the time away from work or home to attend training is not always possible. That’s why the expansion of our online education provision is so important. It will build on our recent education success, helping to broaden and deepen expertise in professional home technology across the globe in line with the expansion of our industry.” CEDIA launched the CEDIA New Hire Training Track in 2016 and it has been well received among member companies who are looking for an affordable way to supplement onthe-job training for their employees. Available to CEDIA members only, this New Hire Training Track contains ten CEDIA eCourses and the delivery of the Fundamentals of Residential Electronic Systems, First Edition. For individuals who may have missed out on training at the CEDIA show, CEDIA recently compiled some of the most popular content for business owners and visionaries in the ‘Think Big’ training package. This package of online courses contains three CEDIA eCourses and ten technology insight video lessons, totalling over six hours of learning. The package

consists of the following eCourses and video lessons: The Business of VUI; Designing with VUI; Wash, Rinse, Repeat: Standardising the Design & Engineering Process; New Technology Update Lessons from Michael Heiss; and Future Technology Lessons from Rich Green. Both voice control courses are presented by Amazon’s Alexa department.

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LATEST ONLINE TRAINING COURSES New training sessions, webinars and talks for 2017 include: • HDCP 2.2 Webinar Series with David Meyer (three webinars – HDCP 2.2 Overview, HDCP 2.2: How it Works, and HDMI 2.0 Mixing Pot & System Design) • 2017 NEC Updates and the Home Technology Professional webinar with Ken Erdmann • CEDIA Talks from CEDIA 2016: - What Virtual and Augmented Reality Mean to Home Technology Professionals - Voice Control is Just the Beginning - Understanding the Opportunities of Bio-Adaptive Lighting - Simple, Affordable, Reliable: Is Your Business Ready for this Connected Home Paradigm Shift? - Security, Surveillance and the Changing Landscape Until 2020 - The Internet of Intelligent Things - How Integrated Smart Home Tech Can Go Mainstream - Humanising the Connected Home - How Millennials Will Reshape the Home Improvement Market - Expanding Your Referral Opportunities – The Value of Working with a Real Estate Professional - Disruption: How Enabling Technologies Are Addressing the Ageing Tsunami • HOUZZ/CEDIA Consumer Survey Results • Size & Scope of the Residential Electronic Systems Market CEDIA will continue to host a number of webinars throughout the year, and will be focused on rounding off its fundamental eCourses. To access the CEDIA online training platform, visit www.cedia.net/education.

Registration opens this week for InfoComm 2017, to be held 10-16 June (exhibits 14-16 June) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. InfoComm, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, welcomes AV professionals, technology executives, content producers and others to continue the conversation and explore new products and technologies at North America’s biggest AV show. New this year are Center Stage, an exciting venue on the exhibit floor where presenters will discuss successful applications of the latest AV technology, and The Park, also on the show floor, where attendees can enjoy food trucks, a beer garden, lounge areas, live entertainment, interactive games and more. Visit infocommshow.org for more information.

TIDE CONFERENCE InfoComm 2017 will also host the inaugural TIDE (Technology. Innovation. Design. Experience.) conference on 13 June, the day before the show floor officially opens. TIDE is a thought-leadership event for examining the strategic impact of audiovisual technology and the AV industry’s role in business and technology. TIDE’s keynote speakers will be Matthew Luhn, one of the original story creators at Pixar, and virtual reality pioneer Nonny de la Peña. Luhn is a writer, story consultant, and speaker with more than 25 years of experience creating stories and characters for Pixar Animation Studios, The Simpsons and others. His ‘Story for Business’ workshops and addresses train business leaders and entrepreneurs to use storytelling to build brands and improve business communication. His clients include Adidas, Disney, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Sony and many more. “From CG animation to big data, technology has created so many opportunities for storytellers to forge stronger, more meaningful connections with their audiences. Technology

inspires art and art inspires technology,” Luhn said. “After my keynote presentation, attendees will have a clear understanding of how to craft impactful, personal stories that will help them connect more effectively with their audiences.”

TELLING STORIES As CEO of Emblematic Group, de la Peña uses cutting-edge technologies to tell stories – both fictional and news-based – that create intense, empathic engagement on the part of viewers. She was selected by WIRED magazine as a #MakeTechHuman Agent of Change and has been called “The Godmother of Virtual Reality” by Engadget and The Guardian. A Yale Poynter Media Fellow and a former correspondent for Newsweek, de la Peña has more than 20 years of award-winning experience in print, film and TV. “The impact that virtual, augmented and mixed reality has had on the way we see, hear and feel stories – both fiction and the news – is ground-breaking,” de la Peña said. “Being in the moment transcends being an observer and connects you to the subject more than any other medium.” The TIDE programme was created for design professionals and enterprise technology customers, as well as AV service providers. Through TIDE’s breakout sessions and panel discussions, attendees will explore the role that storytelling plays in building businesses and brands, and how the AV industry can position itself as a creative partner in the process of developing and telling these critical stories. “InfoComm is proud to introduce an energetic conference that showcases AV as a truly creative profession,” said Jason McGraw, CTS, CAE, senior vice president of expositions, InfoComm International. “The speakers and programme we have curated for TIDE will show our audience how to tie their creative energy with transformative technology to produce outcomes that drive business goals.”

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VOXPOP What changes do you envisage in

the digital signage market in 2017?

Digital signage hasn’t really changed very much in recent years; touch and 4K have stirred things up a little, as has integration into big data systems, but actually they’re not that big in terms of change. But really I think the changes we’ll see will be in application, there will be more emphasis on using digital signage as a communications tool rather than just a display system. While retail initially fuelled signage development we can see a larger growth in the corporate, government, sports and education industries, places where it is used to share information and communications. Retail started the trend but the rest of the world is taking it to the next level.

James Keen Marketing manager, Tripleplay Stand: 12-F73

2017 will be the year of engagement: interactivity, mobile engagement and HTML5 will combine to create the digital experience. In 2016, 4K and HDR took presentation up a level. This year, retailers will encourage customers to engage directly through the digital signage screen and indirectly via their own devices. Key technologies that are powering this trend include interactive playlists triggered from a touchscreen or other device, two-way communication between signage and customers’ mobile and HTML5 especially screen interactive WebGL.

Jeff Hastings CEO, BrightSign Stand: 8-K240

Further consolidation of market positions and its growth. It is evident the young digital signage industry has grown and that there are more companies with better established purpose of existence. Digital signage VAR and supplier companies will continue growing because of lower-end clients’ uncertainty. This is the logical effect of well-developed case studies and growing experience with technology and projects. We can also anticipate the positive global economy growth forecast to have its role in easier adoption of new solutions.

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

Sending 4K signals over fibre and copper LINDY The new HDMI 2.0 4K60 Extender Fiber / LWL 200m, a HDMI extender capable of transferring UHD 4K signals with full colour dynamics over fibre optic up to 200m, is on show at the Lindy stand. The extender supports all signal types defined by HDMI (HDCP 2.2, CEC, Hot Plug Detection or EDID) and HDMI 2.0b, including high dynamic range

(HDR). This corresponds to an HDMI bandwidth of 18Gbps. It is aimed for use in professional AV installations, in event technology or at permanently installed AV and digital signage systems. Also on show is the new C6 HDMI 4K 2.0 & USB 2.0 KVM Extender, a HDBaseT 2.0 extender solution for ultra-high-resolution video signals over copper cables. Using conventional Cat6 network cables, the extender reaches a range of 100m.

Together with the video signal, it is also possible to connect and transfer 100Mbit LAN, USB 2.0, RS232, digital audio and IR. In addition to native 4K resolutions, further signals can be transferred via HDBaseT. Specifically, 4K with 24-bit colour depth and 4:2:0 subsampling at 60Hz are sent over the connection cable. 4K with 4:4:4 subsampling is possible up to 30Hz.

AS4K2K digital signage player ADTECHNO The AS4K2K high-performance, low-cost digital signage player by Adtechno, which can upscale 1080p content to 4K, is on show at ISE 2017. Based on a dual-core 1.5GHz ARM SOC, AS4K2K can seamlessly decode HEVC in 4K2K@60p. AS4K2K provides an FTP auto download function, which enables users to remotely update playback content via a networked FTP server. The player’s USB auto copy function automatically replaces existing files on the SD card with media files located on the inserted USB flash

drive, which offers an easy way for users to update media content. AS4K2K also provides multizone display, which plays content – including video, picture and text scrolling playback – on a single screen. The player provides a synchronised video functionality, which makes it possible to build videowalls by connecting the AS4K2K with a network switch and to synchronise the 4K screen output on each display. An optional add-on play button box, BX08R, is available to provide interactive playback control to AS4K2K via RS232.

Stand: 8-E319

Blackbird modular transparent display DAL First-time exhibitor Display and Life (DAL), a key player in the rental market, is showcasing its high-end 55in and 80in transparent displays, called the Blackbird series, to support the dissemination of interactive information. The Blackbird55 and Blackbird80 offer users a modular transparent videowall system equipped with optically bonded TFT-LCD for improved

visibility and safety. The series comes with a modern design frame, a rigging point on the top and versatile corner blocks enabling the lay out of panels in any direction or any angle and an integration with touch systems. Blackbird is aimed at use in commercial buildings, concert tours, outdoor signage, trade shows and architectural applications or other venues where a unique interactive display may be required.

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In-store audio and signage DENSION A range of in-store audio and digital signage solutions is on show at the stand of Hungarian electronics manufacturer Dension, including single-channel compact audio players, audio players with built-in power amplifiers and line-in options as well as dual-screen digital signage players.

In terms of content management, Dension devices can either be managed by the free Sherpa system or the Music Admix system. Those who wish to use their own CMS can configure it to work with the Dension system. Dension also supports white label orders and OEM projects.

At-show wayfinding ISE 2017 has placed three Infinitus imotionFLOW 47in touch interactive wayfinding digital signs in front of entrances F, C and K of the RAI during the show. Measuring 806mm x 2212mm x 260mm, the signs aim to make visitor orientation easier around the venue and to promote the plethora of activities taking place

Active web-based remote monitoring HIGHLANDS TECHNOLOGIES SOLUTIONS

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A web solution for the remote management of a worldwide ecosystem of connected equipment is on show at the Highlands Technologies Solutions stand. An internet connection is all that is needed to monitor the operating status of installations through the ACTIVE Services web platform.

Personnel no longer need to head out into the field to check if on-site equipment is running; the platform enables them to understand the situation at a glance thanks to performance reports based on visualisation, including graphics and the cross-analysis of data. ACTIVE Services allows users to receive alerts when issues arise, or when settings change because of

repetitive use. Daily planned tests support the delivery of information; the frequency and validity period of tests can be manually set up, with alerts notifying the user of the expiration of test validity. With one click, connected tools can be geo-tracked on a virtual map and users can take control remotely to adjust parameters and set issues with VNC, SSH and HTTP protocols.

Stand: 8-H270

Personnel no longer need to head out into the field to check if on-site equipment is running

during the show. The single-sided portrait signs come with a Zytronic touchscreen and the overall solution at ISE is the result of a cross-European cooperation between co-exhibitors and technology partners ViaDirect, a French digital signage wayfinding developer, and Slovenian outdoor digital signage vendor Infinitus.

Stand: 8-F270

New digital signage features ONELAN During ISE, Onelan is demonstrating its strategic commitment to providing scalable enterprise-level solutions through the use of tools to help manage a mixed network of devices. CMS support is available for multiple player platforms, including Linux, Android and, new for this show, WebOS3.0, Samsung Tizen and BrightSign as well as new Reserva Room Signage features. Visitors can see Onelan’s System on Chip (SoC) players, which enable software to be installed directly onto either a Samsung Tizen, LG webOS or BrightSign platform. This delivers reduced total cost of ownership via simpler installation and reduced cabling, while also offering flexible licensing and hosting options.

Also on show are the latest features of the Reserva Room Signage room booking platform, which include the option to choose between one or more of 13 different languages. The Reserva solution also allows the customer to upload their logos, offering an additional internal channel for brand reinforcement. Additionally, there is an enhanced capability for the Room signs to operate as part of a corporate or campus communications network, playing images, videos and HTML in conjunction with the room booking. Reserva is one of the only room booking platforms to integrate both with the market’s popular calendar and timetabling platforms such as Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Google and specialist systems such as Scientia Syllabus Plus and NFS Hospitality.

Stand: 8-F275, 2-A42

Smart retail analysis NEXCOM INTERNATIONAL The NDiS B426 edge server, featuring GPU-accelerated system responsiveness, aims to give bricks-and-mortar retailers a firm grasp of their customers’ interests through smart retail insights. The NDiS B426 can identify traffic flows, measure customer engagement and find behavioural

patterns, offering retailers valuable information to optimise shelf assortment, craft marketing strategies and increase in-store sales. Equipped with the 3855U Intel Celeron processor and the NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M graphics processor, the NDiS B426 is geared towards graphics-intensive analysis. The NDiS B426 can

interpret real-time video footage captured by up to six full HD instore cameras and incorporate cloud services to create a clean presentation of analysis results. Its size and the fact that its main connecters are aligned on the front face enable the NDiS B426 to be tucked into a back office or stockroom.

Stand: 8-H235

The NDiS B426 can interpret real-time video footage captured by up to six full HD in-store cameras

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Analysing audience and context in real time QUIVIDI A new real-time analytics suite aiming to add creative capabilities and a deeper understanding of consumer engagement for campaigns running on DOOH screens is being introduced by Quividi during the show. Quividi’s real-time analytics enable users to drive mass-customised experiences. With the VidiStudio scenario designer, agencies and network operators can create complex face- and context-reactive content that can run on any CMS

supporting HTML5, without any coding skills and with no human intervention needed once in the field. The content can be contextually triggered against Quividi’s real-time analytics, on the basis of criteria such as distance to screen, gender, age, mood and attention duration of the audience, but also on the basis of external events such as touch, gesture, product hand picks, weather, traffic conditions and so on. Agencies and network operators can benefit from a very granular level of understanding of the performance of their content. All campaigns can be

scrutinised on a second-by-second level, on the same range of KPIs. With these insights, customers get a definitive demonstration of the impact of their communication on their target audience and can tell precisely which part of their content generated the most engagement. Quividi has also introduced a new A/B/n testing service. Agencies and network operators will be able to test, in real conditions, which version of a piece of content works best with a specific target audience based on the attention it gathers.

Stand: 8-K392

CYP in the spotlight SYSCOMTEC DISTRIBUTION

CYP’s EL-5400-HBT provides speakers and lecturers with the correct input and optimal resolution for notebooks, tablets or Blu-ray players

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A range of products from international manufacturers of AV media and control technology is on show at the syscomtec stand, including a new CYP

presentation switcher. The CYP EL-5400-HBT presentation switch and scaler has two HDMI ports, a display port and two VGA inputs. For outputs, HDBaseT and HDMI, with a resolution up to 1080p/WUXGA, are available in parallel. Thanks to an integrated scaler, the switchover is automatic. The HDBaseT LITE output allows signal transmission with a Cat5e/6/7 cable of up to 60m. By supporting

Power-over-Cable (PoC), the receiver can also be supplied with electricity. An additional audio input with 48V phantom power allows the use of professional microphones. The unit can be controlled via web browser, IR remote or RS232 interface and is easily configured. EL-5400-HBT provides speakers and lecturers with the correct input and optimal resolution for notebooks, tablets or Blu-ray players.

Stand: 8-N275

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Come to Lutron’s stand (#1-M125) to see our new integration with Sonos and for your chance to win one Sonos PLAY:1 speaker. One prize given away daily.* lutron.com/europe * A list of rules is available at the Lutron stand.

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Senior group product manager Europe, Toshiba In your opinion, what is the best thing about the ISE show? It’s great to be able to see just how innovative our industry is, with groundbreaking technology being showcased from across the globe, and all under one roof. In particular, having the chance to bounce ideas off peers and gain an understanding of how these solutions can and will benefit customers in real-life across different verticals. What do you think are the key developments in, or threats to, your market sector at the current time? All in one SoC solutions will be a key development in the coming year, providing easier-to-manage total solutions to both integrator and end-user. Beyond this, we’re noticing that the education and corporate

sectors are really beginning to see the benefits of digital signage – in particular in terms of content interaction – so both verticals should be key growth areas in 2017. Why should attendees visit your stand at ISE 2017? ISE 2017 marks our biggest product range launch to date, with Toshiba now providing the perfect balance of hardware and software solutions. We’re excited to be exhibiting new 16/7 and 24/7 solutions, as well as hospitality TVs and compatible Interactive Touch overlays. We’ve also forged new Embedded Signage partnerships across Europe, which we’ll be happy to talk through in more detail on the stand.

Stand: 5-R30

New generation videowall controller 4THEWALL Introducing a new generation of plug-andplay videowall controllers is new ISE exhibitor 4TheWall. With its flexible features and easy to use software, users can manage and display various kinds of sources on their videowall. The company’s controller is

designed to work 24/7 with redundancy and hot-plug capabilities. It can be used in small-scale systems for conference and classroom presentations, or medium-sized and larger configurations for process control, security, traffic management, corporate environments or public venues. It has the ability to capture DVI, RGB,

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Visitors to the Taiden stand can learn about the company’s recent success equipping the main venue for the 11th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM 11) Summit, which took place in July 2016 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. At the Shangri-la Hotel, Taiden implemented 57 New Generation Paperless Multimedia Congress System Delegate Units, which combine professional AV technologies with information technologies, creating what

Component, S-Video and Composite video on the same board. In addition, a touch panel for lighting and curtain automation software developed by 4TheWall is integrated into the company’s booth, including fisheye cameras, projectors and a motorised projector screen.

Stand: 14-H200

the company describes as an ideal solution for modern conferences. The Paperless Multimedia System uses quadcore processing technology to realise paperless operations, multi-touch and HD video services. Taiden also supplied 78 HCS-4385 fully digital interpreter units, 1,500 HCS-5100R digital IR receivers and 38 professional interpreter booths to fulfil the need of multilingual communication at the summit, and to ensure that other officials and the press could listen to the summit in branch venues as well.

Stand: 3-C111

Loving ISE ANALOG WAY In 2017 at ISE, Analog Way is showcasing some key solutions, such as the VIO 4K, a powerful multi-format converter, as well as its new set of expansion modules supporting formats up to 4K60HZ 4:4:4. The Ascender 48 -4K -PL, a high-end multi-screen seamless switcher based

on the LiveCore platform, is also being demonstrated. John De Cet, EMEA sales director at Analog Way, commented: “ISE is a very attractive tradeshow gathering a multitude of AV activities. Every year, we notice an increase in the frequency and an improvement in the quality of the contacts made at the show.”

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Enhanced scaling and switching BARCO The new Ex processor expands the scaling and switching power of the Event Master screen management system by linking it with E2/S3-4K processors. Each additional Ex adds I/O capacity, allowing users to build the system over time and invest in processing when the need arises. The Ex is a standalone scaler with processing power equivalent to four ImagePROs, and supports 4K scaling and conversion for I/O up to 4K@60p. The Ex shares its I/O cards and software with the other Event Master products, and uses the same copper/ fibre link cable solutions as the E2/S34K. Leveraging the fibre link cables, cabling for remote I/O is simplified, with a single link cable replacing up

to eight fibre extenders between I/O devices and Event Master processors. With two universal I/O slots, an Ex can be configured for up to two input or output cards. Two Ex processors can be connected to each E2/S3-4K link connection, adding up to 8 HD inputs/8 HD outputs per link connection. In standalone configuration, two linked Ex units create an 8x8 scaling matrix. Also on show, with a bezel width of 1.8mm, is the new OverView HVD5521 super-narrow display. Intended for tiled LCD videowalls in critical applications, the high brightness of 700cd/sqm ensures that the HVD5521 is fit for use in even the most challenging lighting conditions, says the company.

Stand: 12-F100, 2-A42

VIA Campus now available as software solution KRAMER ELECTRONICS All the collaboration and engagement tools offered by Kramer for VIA Campus are now available as a software-only solution. VIA As Software Only can be installed on any computer running Windows 10, providing IT managers with the versatility and security they need, the company believes. Kramer notes that organisations with high-security IT policies now have a simple way to deploy VIA using PCs running on secured WiFi networks, without compromising on functionality and performance. VIA As Software Only provides BYOD connectivity and support, content security with 1,024-bit encryption, iOS,

in real time, share any size file and turn the main display into a digital whiteboard. Kramer says the software works seamlessly with existing VIA clients and offers full support for all VIA Quick Connect features, such as QR Code, NFC Tag and VIA Pad. Also on show is the VS-44DT, a 4K60 4:2:0 HDMI/HDBaseT extended reach matrix switcher for HDMI, HDBaseT and IR signals.

Stand: 1-F20

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Barco’s Ex expansion unit expands the Event Master scaling and switching system

Android and Chromebook mirroring, multimedia streaming, and more. The software is said to enhance interactive learning in education and corporate training environments as well as supporting general wireless connectivity and collaboration for virtually any environment. VIA As Software Only enables any in-room meeting participant, from any laptop or mobile device, to view the main display, edit documents together

With BXB Electronics’ Q.con videoconferencing solution, each participant is able to use a high sound quality microphone equipped with noise suppression and echo deletion, plus AGC control to keep the speaker volume at any degree, avoiding sound explosion

or insufficient sound reception. HD video image and image auto-tracking places the user in a face-to-face meeting; Q.con supports HD720p and image auto-tracking. Even in a large conference room, each attendee’s image can be seen clearly, says BXB. Users can also simply connect to the system with a USB cable

connecting to a PC, to hold a basic videoconference – no extra driver is needed. An HDMI cable connected to an LCD monitor can also be used Q.con also supports used tools such as wechat, skype, and hangouts. Users can upload and download data, share screens, collaborate with partners on editing documents, and carry out audio and video recording.

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VOXPOP AV-IT convergence and the use of IP technology has a profound impact on how AV products are designed and how AV installations are done even today. This change provides endless opportunities but it forces the traditional AV professional to adjust his skillset and knowledge towards IT. IT professionals are becoming the new owners of AV. They feel comfortable with IP-driven technologies but expect to operate using the same work methodologies they use with IT. That’s what stands at the core of the AV-IT convergence shift and it will keep on growing and impacting the AV industry.

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

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How important is AV over IP to your customer base? How much further down this road do you think they will progress? Sixty-three percent of our customers tell us that AV over IP is important to their future success, with over onethird having projects planned for the first half of 2017. They recognise that AV over IP is no longer ‘the future,’ it’s ‘the now’. They realise that this requires a skills and mindset change, but brings huge opportunities, allowing them to offer solutions with greater flexibility over a standard infrastructure, eliminating stranded investment. Since early 2015, ZeeVee has led the change, developing simplified solutions that are easier and faster to install than a standard matrix switch.

Rob Muddiman EMEA sales director, ZeeVee Stand: 10-N151

AV over IP is my customer base. The Software Defined Video over Ethernet 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.

Chris Smeeton Managing director EMEA, Argosy Stand: 12-F68

Content creators to increase revenue BLACKMAGIC DESIGN Allowing the delivery of Ultra HD content to consumers, by recording files onto inexpensive SD cards that can be distributed to customers the moment an event is finished, is the role of the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K. Featuring 25 built-in SD card recorders, multi-rate 12G-SDI connections and a real-time H.265 encoder, Blackmagic Duplicator 4K enables content owners to deliver Ultra HD content that customers can view on their 4K televisions and Windows 10 computers. The Blackmagic Duplicator 4K could allow content creators to increase revenue because it gives

them a way to sell content right after encoder gives customers Ultra HD a live event, while attendees are video, at high frame rates up to still excited about the performance. 2160p60. Customers can sell concert videos Featuring 25 SD card recorders to fans as they leave the venue, to miniaturised into a single rack unit, parents after their children’s latest the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K uses performance, or after sporting standard, common SD cards that are events, sales seminars and more. readily available The product encodes video using Stand: 3-C128 H.265, which is the new standard for Ultra HD delivery, and saves files in an open file format on to standard SD cards. The Increase revenue with instant video distribution built-in real-time through the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K H.265 hardware

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ABSEN An expanded N series of LED indoor display solutions within a retailinspired environment are being unveiled to ISE 2017 visitors. The recently added N3 and N5 panels offer greater viewing versatility to the range with the additional pitches of 3.2mm and 5.14mm. The dedicated retail area displays the full N series range, including N2 and N4 panels. Also on stand and available for demonstration is the Absen M2.9, a light black SMD LED panel weighing in at 7.6kg and boasting a contrast of 7,500:1. The 168x168 pixel panel, which

can be stacked to create a concave or convex video wall without the need for any additional tools or accessories, has a unique patented locking and releasing system. It follows a ‘one-action’ principle, ensuring hands don’t move from the moment installers take the panel out of the flight case until it is fitted on the videowall. Also featured on stand is Absen’s A97 perimeter display, the official Chinese Super League (CSL) football pitch panel. Measuring 128cm wide by 96cm high, with a depth of 16.3cm and a pixel pitch of 10mm, the Absen A97 panel is a highly robust, IP65/ IP54 rated unit.

Stand: 12-C45

Stereo integrated amplifier showcased ELAC The new Element EA101EQ-G is a compact stereo integrated amplifier with a comprehensive feature set, which is being showcased by Elac. It provides exhaustive connection options that include an asynchronous USB interface that handles high-resolution audio. The digital inputs accept S/PDIF signals at up to 192kHz resolution, and can decode multichannel Dolby Digital signals. Also on board is wireless music playback via Bluetooth, while DSPbased signal processing functions allow for extensive customisation of playback. All of this is controlled from the EA101-EQ-G app,

available in both Android and iOS. The app-based Auto Blend and Calibrate function (ABC) ensures optimum results in every room. Auto Blend optimises the interaction of the subwoofer and main loudspeakers by determining the ideal crossover frequency and phase relationship. The Calibrate function then adjusts the sound of the system to the acoustics of the room, using a smartphone or tablet. Additionally, the remote learning feature of the EA101-EQ-G facilitates seamlessly integration with a television or set top box remote control. Meanwhile, the integrated 80W amplifier employs BASH technology.

Stand: 14-D165

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Modular backdrop innovation AV DROP The modular backdrop system from AV Drop provides an alternative to the traditional ‘wood, hammers and nails’ approach to building flat walls, divider walls, maskings and projection screens, the company says. The AV Drop modular structure is the result of four years of development, designing and installing backdrops for events. According to the company, the system uses a very resistant aluminium structure and high-quality fabrics, is quick

and clean to build and dismantle – without the need of specialist technicians or tools – and is designed to be completely reusable. AV Drop works together with its clients in the design of their backdrops, as well as providing help through training services and tutorials. Visitors to the AV Drop stand can learn in detail how the system works and see examples of the backdrops, walls, screens, doors, and so on, already created for a range of international companies.

Stand: 14-H130

The reusable modular system provides a quick and clean alternative to traditional ‘wood and nails’ backdrops

EXHIBITORVIEW Meeting interconnection needs through KVM versatility Interconnection is the watchword for today’s and tomorrow’s KVM. However, for true interconnection you need KVM products that are versatile. Products that are interoperatable with other AV and control systems; products that work with cost-effective Cat cables, high bandwidth fibre-optics or, to bridge any distance, KVM-over-IP, providing ever more flexibility and unlimited access over IP structures. At G&D, we offer the most versatile product portfolio in the market. And with our IP system, it’s now the most complete portfolio as well. Not only do we have the range, with our mission-critical features we have the reliability as well. Altogether, with so much versatility generating so many advantages, the future is full of potential. The key to our products’ versatility is

compatibility – all of our systems can be combined. This is a real benefit in creating bespoke solutions for specific applications. No matter how complex and challenging the project, G&D has the products and systems to meet its requirements. This applies in particular to the trend in collaboration structures where our commitment to working closely with our customers comes into its own. Transmission plays an essential role in KVM product versatility. G&D KVM systems for uncompressed video transmissions support up to 8K resolutions at 60Hz, providing delay-free operating without any latency. Compressed transmission is through our own compression algorithm giving lossless transmission of 4K, even in complex matrix installations. Last but certainly not least, there is a range of different sized matrix switches that can be combined to meet the needs of even the very

Roland Ollek

CEO Guntermann & Drunck

largest installations. To see these and discover the meaning of true KVM versatility, please come and visit us on our stand.

Stand: 10-P126

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New release of Perception Pro VVS Last year’s ISE was VVS’s official international launch, and this year, the company is back with an enhanced new release of Perception Pro and tailored offers for distributors, integrators and end-users alike. VVS was launched with the goal of developing game-changing collaborative visualisation solutions that would meet and exceed the requirements of both critical mission environments, digital signage applications, and everything in between. The company’s field-tested Perception Pro Display Network Management suite, an advanced content and display management software package, is being showcased. While Perception Pro is hardware independent, VVS created WallOps, a series of powerful display controllers with many customisable features,

flexible I/O formats and high video processing abilities to drive multi-monitor, high-resolution display arrays. With the new release of Perception Pro along with upgraded WallOps display controllers, VVS says it is taking steps to position itself as a trailblazer in the fields of collaborative visualisation, digital signal management and complex display management (videowalls, multiple projection, large scale display networks and content management). At ISE VVS is hoping to reach even more distributors, integrators and AV consultants looking for ‘the next big thing’. With a dedicated development team, the parent company of VVS, Aran Electronics, backs up the business with 47 years of AV experience.

Stand: 14-N322

Pop-out panel with smartwatch control UNILUMIN GROUP The Intelligent Upanel S is an indoor LED display in Unilumin’s narrow pixel pitch (NPP) family that supports a rather unusual servicing method – the LED modules are removed with the assistance of a smartwatch. An ‘intelligent’ front access design means that when an installation smartwatch is brought close to the module, it pops out, ensuring zeroLED-damage. Once an old module is replaced by a new one, the system will automatically calibrate it to sync with the rest of the display. The unit also has a double power and signal supply for failsafe operation. The slim cabinet doesn’t need a supporting or wall mounting structure. Thanks again to the front access cabinet design, the display, no matter how big, can be mounted straight on the wall, saving costs and also increasing the

The content of the multi-touch app can be remotely controlled via a customised CMS viewing distance. The Upanel S also supports hanging and wall mount installation. Moreover, the company claims there is no need to install AC and signal cables between cabinets.

Stand: 12-H57, 12-E58, 12-H40, 12-F45

Tailormade projection screens SPACE SCREEN According to Space Screen, exhibiting at ISE 2017 is a sign of the company’s ongoing international expansion, co-ordinated from its base in Barcelona, Spain. This is Space Screen’s second year at the show, and another opportunity for visitors to learn about the firm’s full range of products.

Space Screen is a manufacturer of tailormade projection screens for home and professional cinemas. It adapts the projection screens to each client’s needs, according to their requirements regarding dimensions, formats, surfaces, 2D, 4K, 8K, and so on. It produces different kinds of gain and fabrics for 3D; Silverlux and Superlux screens.

Stand: 14-K150 Space Screen: returning for a second year at ISE

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VOXPOP In which areas do you see the Internet Making new connections of Things offering the greatest opportunities to your company?

IoT will connect technologies and devices, making them more accessible to organisations to use as solutions that offer genuine value. With businesscritical content increasingly cloud based, organisations will need to move this information around devices to operate day to day – whether to edit, display, print, circulate or collaborate on – the IoT will be the glue, the concept, which provides the framework for organisations to work on.

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

Barix has been an IoT device provider for many years, having long offered the necessary interfaces to bridge analogue audio with the internet for many applications around audio transport and communications. One trend is the emergence of wireless as a viable way to connect devices over IP networks, and with that one will see a lot more IoT solutions come to market. Barix has introduced the Barionet 1000 I/O control IoT device with WiFi interface at ISE this year, for example.

Reto Brader VP sales & business development, Barix Stand: 8-N270

We consider the emergence of IoT technology as similar to some sort of industrial revolution. We are sure that we will see a lot of connectivity, automation and big data in the future; as well as a lot of new and old but ‘re-done for IoT’ applications. Our clients need to be sure of the operation of outdoor digital signs, hence they need 24/7/365 connection and system diagnostics. That is why our products are made to be internet-connected and are as such ‘IoT ready’. We are sure that general acceptance of IoT will further assist the expansion of digital signage.

SOMMER CABLE

According to Sommer Cable, the Sysboxx system is one of the most widespread modular housing systems in the installation and entertainment sector and is already in use in a large number of installations. Over 50 different sheet steel modules for various connectors, as well as many connector modules with connection technology for AF, AES/EBU, DMX and network signal, can be used throughout the line. The components consist of solid steel plates (front panel thickness 2.5mm) and extruded aluminium profiles. Surfaces are powder-coated in finely structured RAL7016. New members of the Sysboxx product line are being introduced at ISE 2017. For users wishing to combine power, data and media connections

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

in a single compact and costefficient installation unit, Sommer recommends SysframeE45. The slim solid stainless steel frame with its glass bead sanded surface is said to integrate seamlessly into classrooms, offices or conference halls. Two different sizes are available to house four or eight connection modules. The optional cable management tray minimises mess under the table and allows the invisible integration of signal extender solutions. Schuko connection modules are offered as an option for Germany, France and Belgium with touchproof Wieland GST18i3 connectors, which do not require an electrician for installation. Sysframe45‘s clamping technology fits tabletops of 10-60mm thickness, enabling easy integration into existing furniture systems.

Stand: 1-N117

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Customer education leader, Lutron EA

What do you think are the key developments in, or threats to, your market sector at the current time? The revolution in radically simple user interface options continues, with voice control of lighting and shades now a reality.

Meanwhile, behind the scenes, it’s the integration of ultra-reliable hardware with devices from other building systems that is enabling integrators to enhance the experience of building users, from hotel guests to facility managers. Why should attendees visit your stand at ISE 2017? To find practical help with their lighting controls challenges from an experienced manufacturer. We can provide answers to technical questions and give guidance on project design, whether that’s how to eliminate flickering on one lamp to obtaining energyusage data for a whole building. Delegates can have a close-up look at a wide palette of products for all sizes of building.

Stand: 1-M125

Multi-room audio system enhanced BASALTE At ISE 2017, distributor Basalte is presenting its S4 music server with app for iPad and iPhone, along with a new amplifier and a speaker concept. The new S4 music server hosts four digital audio streams to allow users to listen to their own and streamed music. With the app and KNX integration, users can play music anywhere, synchronised, with crystal clear quality. Basalte is also showcasing M4, a new fourzone amplifier, to create a standalone multi-room audio system with the S4 music server. Both in KNX and standalone, Asano’s

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QA In your opinion, what is the best thing about the ISE show? The ISE show is clearly established as the unmissable event for integration professionals, who attend from around the world. As a global company, Lutron has been proud to support ISE since its inception. We enjoy meeting returning customers as well as those who are turning to us for the first time to solve the challenges of modern lighting projects.

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decentralised set-up results in flexibility and scalability to a virtually unlimited number of zones. At ISE 2017, Basalte is also demonstrating its active speaker concept. The design is customisable, as the cabinet is available in the same quality materials as Basalte’s switches.

Stand: 5-U65 New S4 music server hosts four digital audio streams

Audio and video moving onto the network: the virtual matrix (such as the new DMXIO) and 4K HDR support in video distribution. Integration of different IoT services, such as Amazon Echo/Sonos. Combining non-programmable, easy configurable solutions with the

power to customise, such as Crestron Studio combined with Pyng.

Robin van Meeuwen CEO, Crestron EMEA Stand: 2-C24 Presently the emergence of AI products like Google Home and Amazon

Echo along with the APIs being developed to work with so many products and manufacturers; I see this as finally the path to the unified GUI. We went from many handheld remotes to touchscreens with many pages. Now we can just ask!

Andy Lopez Director of international sales, MSE Audio (owner of SoundTube) Stand: 3-C87

MMS-1e Music Streamer arrives AUTONOMIC The MMS-1e whole-house music streamer featuring proprietary eAudioCast audio-over-Ethernet technology is being showcased here at ISE by Autonomic. The eAudioCast technology makes it less difficult to bring high resolution digital audio along with streaming content to even the most challenging to reach zones in any project, claims Autonomic. The MMS-1e also resides in a new compact form factor, enabling integrators to easily locate the music streamer along with source devices anywhere in the home or in a traditional structured wiring enclosure. The completely solid state MMS-1e music streamer represents a new entry-level product for Autonomic that will broaden the opportunities

The completely solid state MMS-1e music streamer represents a new entry level product for Autonomic for integrators to deliver premium entertainment solutions, particularly to those clients focused on enjoying streaming content throughout the home. The Autonomic eSeries MMS-1e is a single- or dual-stream whole-house music player featuring advanced eAudioCast audio-over-Ethernet technology that transforms the single stream offered on the MMS-1e into two network streams when paired with any Autonomic eSeries amplifier. For applications requiring more than two simultaneous music streams,

integrators can easily add additional MMS-1e streamers, each of which will make two additional eAudioCast programmes available. The MMS-1e supports all popular streaming services, high-resolution audio up to 192 kHz /24 bit and is compatible with the most popular smart home platforms. It supports one analogue output through its onboard 192 kHz /24 bit DAC, plus mirrored high resolution PCM digital outputs in both coax, HDMI and USB to DAC formats.

Stand: 5-R119

Switches for high performance MUXLAB Designed for high performance installations, 4K/60 matrix switches from MuxLab are being showcased at ISE. Each matrix switch is compatible with HDMI sources and displays, with the ability to switch any input to any output or to multiple outputs in any combination. Three new models are being introduced at the show which route either four or eight sources to one or more displays. All are managed by IP, RS232, IR remote or front panel buttons, and support EDID management. The 4x4 HDMI 4K/60 (4:4:4) matrix

switch, HDMI 2.0a (model 500444) links four AV sources to four AV displays, while the 8x8 HDMI 4K/60 (4:4:4) matrix switch, The MuxLab Audio/AMP over IP PoE Extender Kit supports HDMI 2.0a point-to-multipoint/multipoint-to-multipoint (model 500443) extends connectivity to eight sources outputs with PoC support for and eight displays. extended transmission to distances The 4x4 HDMI/HDBT 4K/60 (4:2:0) up to 70m at 1080p/60 and 40m matrix switch, HDMI 2.0b (model at 4K/60. The kit includes three 500412) offers four HDMI inputs, HDBaseT PoC receivers. Stand: 1-N95 one HDMI output and three HDBaseT

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Cables designed to Introducing the M3B Pro Series outperform standard METRA HOME THEATER

STRUCTURED CABLE PRODUCTS In 2011, the first Category cables that were tested and ‘recommended’ by HDBaseT were developed and brought to market by Structured Cable Products (SCP), the company notes. This followed its work with Valens and HDBaseT assisting in the development of a performance standard for Category cables used with HDBaseT distribution applications. Since then, SCP has continued to develop and expand its cable performance with its new 10G+ cable series, and continues to work with HDBaseT by providing its cables for testing in the development HDBaseT’s next generation of chipsets. SCP’s HNCPROPLUS+ for Cat6/6a/7a series and HNCPRO for Cat5e series cables are designed to consistently outperform standard Category cables, delivering optimal signal transmission and providing more headroom to support today’s bandwidth-intensive applications for twisted pair cabling. SCP says that its HDBaseT Category cables are recommended not only for HDBaseT distribution but for all Category cable applications. Not all Category cables are the same, SCP notes, saying that many

trouble-shooting problems with HD distribution over Category cables can be attributed to the quality of the cable. This, it believes, is why leading AV manufacturer brands recommend SCP’s HNCPROPLUS+ and HNCPRO series Category cables for installation with their extenders/ baluns. Each cable is factory tested before packaging and shipping and includes a copy of the test report with each package, ensuring performance reliability. SCP’s HDBaseT Category cables are available in UTP, F/UTP, S/FTP, and F/FTP configurations. Each cable series is said to exceed ANSI/TIA and ISO/IEC standards. They are available with LSZH jacket or PVC jackets that are UL CMR FT4 rated.

Stand: 1-N110 Cables are designed to deliver optimal signal transmission and provide more headroom

The M3B Pro, an enhanced solution based on the M3B (Metra Multimedia Broadcast) System, is being showcased by Metra Home Theater. The M3B Pro Series, designed specifically for the custom installation market, enables integrators to install a flexible multisource and multi-display video distribution system into any home without running cables back to the structured wiring source. The M3B Pro Series from Metra Home Theater Group utilises existing coax and splitters to make video distribution much simpler and far less expensive. With easy set-up and a simple source selection via any learning remote, the need to rewire is eliminated completely. With 100-channel output selection and LED channel display, the M3B Pro Series features a channel selection

RAKO CONTROLS The new RAK-8 from Rako Controls offers a more space efficient and flexible centrally wired installation option, the company says. Fitted in the same boxes as the standard RAK4, the RAK-8 has eight outputs and can be fitted with any combination of four different types of plug-in modules to suit a variety of different loads. Modules for leading, trailing and digital dimming will be available, as will a module for curtain and blind control. Other new product launches for the company include WCM wired wallplates, redesigned to improve energy efficiency so the power consumption is less than half of the previous wired keypad model. A range of WLED products will allow Rako’s selection

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of constant voltage LED dimmers to be connected directly to a wired network. This means wireless range does not need to be considered and full feedback and state tracking is present. Finally, the RMT-Pill is an upgrade to the old RDT-Pill. As well as now having 16 scene capability the RMT-Pill can now operate with a neutral connection, which allows the module to control the same range of loads as an RMT500, including LEDs.

Stand: 5-R78 RAK-8 has 8 outputs and can be fitted with any combination of four different types of plug-in modules to suit a variety of different loads

The M3B Pro consists of a decoder-receiver and encodertransmitter, allowing integrators to provide multiple sources to multiple displays at 1080p over common coax and splitters. The re-designed chassis provides more efficient ventilation and the ability to fit vertically into the Metra Multimedia Broadcast Pro Series 12 Port Rack Mount. This mount was designed for clean and easy installations with ample space for ventilation and it has a durable black powder coat finish and thumb screws for attaching gear.

Stand: 5-S114

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change of less than three seconds. The M3B Pro Series has been redesigned with a heavy, ventilated metal chassis and detachable ears for wall or rack accessory mounting, best used with the M3B Pro Series 12 Port Rack Mount. Jessy Crabb, general manager of Metra Home Theater Group, said: “The M3B Pro System was created specifically with custom installers in mind as we wanted to create a product that not only gave our dealers an inexpensive way to install distributed video, but was easy and efficient to install.”

A wide selection of custom installation speaker solutions are being shown by Monitor Audio. These are suitable for all types of application, says the company. Monitor Audio is giving sneak peeks of products launching this year: its Invisible In-Wall Speaker (IV140), its Climate Garden Range with the CLG160 – a bigger (6in driver) and higher performance satellite compared to the CLG140 – and more. As well as its core range, the company is showcasing its commercial range launched last year: the PRO65, PRO80, PRO80LV. PRO80LV is a 70/100V

line speaker that offers discreet and highly flexible options for commercial installations. Also on show are the CW8 and CW10 compact subwoofers, which can be tucked behind furniture on room boundaries to deliver explosive high-quality bass frequencies. Monitor is additionally demonstrating its all-weather in-ceiling range, consisting of the AWC265, AWC265-T2, AWC280, and AWC280-T2. These are IP55 certified for extreme climate conditions including salt spray, UV, water, vibration and corrosion. Ai Pheng Yeap, global marketing manager at Monitor Audio, commented: “In recognition

IPFO AV over IP system launches TECHLOGIX NETWORX The TechLogix IPFO system combines AV over IP encoders and decoders with proprietary software that eliminates the need for extensive programming and third party control system drivers. IPFO uses Aptovision technology to transmit zero-latency 4K@60 4:4:4 HDMI up to 300m over fibre optic cabling using a 10G network. Multiple encoders and decoders can be blended into a seamless, anyinput-to-any-output system using TechLogix TLXpress software.

Set-up is simple: simply place an encoder at each source, place a decoder at each display, and place a single IPFO control box running TLXpress software somewhere on the network. The control box automatically identifies all of the IPFO components, and TLXpress profiles them to the sources and destinations for quick preset creation. Integrators don’t need to worry about timeconsuming driver

of the growth of custom installation in our business and the success of the ISE exhibition we wanted this avenue to help us communicate the importance we place upon it. We are lending our 40-plus years of experience in creating great sound with visually stylish speaker products for new audiences, translating into delivering versatile installation solutions. “Our new products on show include ‘Invisible in-Wall’, ‘Super Slim’, ‘Compact Active Soundbar’ and imaginative aesthetic audio solutions fitting within the increasingly changing home environment.”

Stand: 5-R75 creation; they just trigger presets with a single command from a thirdparty control system. The TLXpress platform provides an added benefit of being based on drag-and-drop architecture, allowing virtually hundreds of encoders and decoders to be identified and programmed in minutes.

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The TechLogix IPFO system combines AV over IP encoders and decoders with proprietary software

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Software gets new UI ELAN A comprehensive new release of the company’s home automation software is being demonstrated by ELAN at ISE 2017. Release 8 adds a new user interface, voice control of all event maps via Amazon Echo, and new integrations with the Denon Heos wireless sound system, DISH and Hayward pool and spa control. Tom McKeon, Core Brands software product manager, said: “As the connected home market expands, so too does ELAN’s capability to control residential projects of all sizes and complexities. This new software reinforces the fact that ELAN is, and will continue to be, the most intuitive control hub for any smart home.” The ELAN 8 software includes a new calendar feature that enables the integration of Microsoft Outlook, Google Gmail and Apple iCal into the

Release 8 provides extensive new functionality for home automation ELAN calendar module. It also includes enhanced security functionality with a new video transcoding feature that enables ELAN to pull high bitrate video from popular cameras and door stations, and dynamically transcode those videos in real time. This, says the company, ensures that the video footage delivered to the customer is of the highest quality, and that it is reliably delivered to mobile clients and other touch points.

Stand: 1-N53

Floor screen mount on show FUTURE AUTOMATION The FME motorised floor mount from Future Automation is designed to take any screen from 40in to 70in with a smooth articulating motion to move the screen to multiple different learned positions. The result is said to be a silent single movement gliding between preset The MDM moving door mechanism can be fully concealed

positions determined by the user. The FME allows for up to 60° of screen rotation (each way). It comes in white as standard, with a stainless steel pole, but Future Automation offers a choice of RAL colours. A Bang & Olufsen/Loewe mount option is available, as are custom height poles. Also being demonstrated is the MDM motorised moving door mechanism, designed to slide a single door or heavyweight panel horizontally to create a pocket door/sliding partition. The MDM can be completely concealed within the wall or ceiling and has a soft open and close feature. With multiple control options as standard, including switch, contact closure, motion sensor and IR, the MDM was developed to be integrated into any residential or commercial environment.

Stand: 10-K118, 2-A42

Light and sound integrated LUTRON Lighting and music are unquestionably complementary, and at ISE 2017 Lutron is demonstrating its Sonos-endorsed integration and a new Pico RF remote control for audio. The collaboration with Sonos, the company says, gives consumers direct, one-touch control of any Sonos speaker alongside lights, blinds and temperature, when used with Lutron’s GRAFIK RA 2 or HomeWorks QS smart home systems. “Lutron works with bestin-class brands like Sonos to enhance the user experience,” said David Ribbons, director of sales, Europe and Africa at Lutron. “The alignment of these two powerful brands, whose products both deliver sensory experiences, means creating a better atmosphere for every occasion – not just for family dinners, but

for your everyday music enjoyment. Consumers can have quick, convenient, hard-button control of audio alongside lights and blinds, helping to create the perfect mood.” “Our collaboration with Lutron makes it even easier to control Sonos in the connected home,” said Andrew Vloyanetes, Sonos global business development manager. “We believe the home is better with sound, and now with Lutron, music lovers have even more control of Sonos alongside their home lighting, blinds, and temperature to easily personalise their home experience.” The new Pico RF remote control for audio enables users to use any Lutron keypad, the Lutron Home Control+ app or the Lutron Connect app to incorporate Sonos audio control into customised lighting scenes.

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Kiosks of solid steel EDBAK The VX Series of kiosks from Polish manufacturer Edbak has been designed for modern public spaces. The kiosks feature solid steel construction and a special internal ventilation system to minimise failure caused by overheating. They are said to be easy to maintain. Optionally, a secondary display can be installed with anti-glare and vandal-proof/tamperproof glass. All kiosks can be individually tailored to specific needs with a range of customisation possibilities available. Also being demonstrated on the Edbak stand is the VCTX range of trolleys, which are designed for videoconferencing. Fully height adjustable and with a universal VESA mount, screen sizes between 42in and 90in can be accommodated, subject to a maximum weight of 80kg. The

trolleys include space to house computer and video equipment, and have an additional shelf for a video camera. Reinforced casters feature an integral braking mechanism.

Stand: 1-N120 VX kiosks can be customised to each customer’s unique requirements

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

As a Dutchman I am proud that ISE is taking place in Amsterdam; a strategic location is of course a must for a successful show. From a vendor point of view it is great that an event is popular and growing in number of attendees but that is not a driving factor. As a company you need to do a simple mathematic exercise: what is the ROI? It is not that easy to define success, but we believe that ultimately quality goes beyond quantity. We would love to see ISE put more efforts in attracting specific end-user segments to visit the show.

I think it was always broad enough that it didn’t alienate any of its audience. Some other major shows are only vaguely AV-related so aren’t guaranteed to be useful; the integration and reseller industry tends to flock to the surefire hit of ISE. It has been useful that the biggest players have backed it and it has now almost become a ‘notable by absence’ show. That said, it needs to be bringing business value for its exhibitors – a focus on attracting new audiences is going to be the thing that keeps it relevant as a show moving forward.

Gerben Van den Berg VP sales enterprise EMEA, Barco Stand: 12-F100

James Keen Marketing manager, Tripleplay Stand: 12-F73

ISE is a great event, with lots of energy and with purchasing decisions still being made at the show. As a visitor, the opportunity to get a snapshot of the market, see cool new technologies in action and to plan how to embrace or compete with them is vital. Attendee numbers are mainly rising because the AV market is growing, but also because equipment manufacturers that might have taken less interest in the market previously are looking to diversify their products to grow themselves. The excitement to innovate and diversify creates gravity, pulling in more attendees and keeping momentum going.

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

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Keypad engine for Arteor faceplates VANTAGE CONTROLS A keypad engine that easily snaps into the Legrand Arteor line of faceplates is now being offered by Vantage, enhancing the range of international design options. Arteor keypad stations connect to the InFusion Controller’s station bus. The new station has four buttons and supports the auxiliary connection port (a new fourwire version). Each of the four programmable buttons’ threecolour LEDs may be custom programmed to indicate the status of each button, with intensity based on ambient light levels. This allows for both personalisation of the keypad and what Vantage describes as a clean, minimalist aesthetic.

The user is able to combine custom LED colours and faceplate styles for a fully customised interface. Multievent programming on a single button is possible. Other features include the provision of an auxiliary connection for motion sensors, wood and metal door contacts, light sensors and so on, and built-in surge suppression. Arteor keypads are designed and programmed through Design Center software (2.3 or higher). Installation is said to be very simple, requiring a proprietary twowire Vantage Station Bus pigtail connection. The Arteor keypad can be mounted into British and European standard electrical boxes.

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Showcasing a museum piece TOUCAN SYSTEMS Here at ISE, Toucan Systems is discussing its work in the Museum of the Second World War, in Gdansk, Poland. The Museum of the Second World War project depicts not only Poland’s wartime fate, but also the entire global conflict. This momentous exhibition is to be held in a modern, purpose built 23,000sqm venue, in the city that witnessed the Second World War’s first shots. The exhibition itself will be based on AV solutions

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Arteor faceplates come in a range of options, including leather

as modern and innovative as the building they are implemented in. The museum has ensured the educational value of its content is matched by its visual presentation. The most up-to-date technologies have been employed to get the viewer to interact with the exhibits. Achieving this interaction requires hundreds of computers to control the work of devices reacting to the presence of the viewer, their touch or even gestures. Overseeing the proper functioning of all the computers and media devices

The RC6-CST is a single-wire solution for the Cisco SpeakerTrack 60 from Sound Control Technologies. It will support dual HDMI, Ethernet control and power for the SpeakerTrack up to distances of 91.5m on a single Cat6 cable. The new RCS series camera ceiling mount solution supports the Cisco Precision 60, Cisco PHD 12x and Polycom EagleEye IV cameras when installed in a plaster or sheetrock ceiling. It is a three-piece all-

metal solution with a common back box and mounting plate. The solution becomes camera specific with a custom cradle to hold the base of the camera securely. Also on show on the Sound Control Technologies’ ISE stand is the new RCT series camera ceiling mount solution. The RCT series is designed to support the same range of cameras as the RCS series, but is used when

is Toucan System’s Equipment Management System (EMS). As well as overseeing the content being displayed by each device, the EMS can make sure the content is being played according to the preset timetables, warn about any problems, and allow specific employees to remotely control virtually everything that is taking place at the museum. The exhibition is to be divided into three sections, with the largest one covering 5,000sqm.

Stand: 14-H170 the cameras are installed in an acoustic tile ceiling. The RCT is a three-piece all-metal solution with a common T-Bar bracket and back box. Like the RCS series, it becomes camera specific with a custom cradle for the camera.

Stand: 11-D141

The RCS camera ceiling mount solution supports the Cisco Precision 60, Cisco PHD 12x and Polycom EagleEye IV cameras

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Multifunctional LED posters Away from your own stand (or demo VOXPOP room), what are you most looking show off their style forward to seeing at ISE 2017? QSTECH

From a technical point of view, I’m really looking forward to seeing new large-format displays, which enhance the quality of content that we are producing through our own IPTV distribution solution and digital signage products. ISE is always good for getting up to date on the latest innovations, and actually seeing them demonstrated. From a personal perspective, I always enjoy networking with industry colleagues and catching up with partners and customers I haven’t see for a while.

Mark Stanborough Sales manager EMEA & APAC, Cabletime Stand: 10-P116

Residential sound systems for home theatre, as this is a market we are in now with our new range, Audio Excellence. We need to keep informed of any new developments. Amplifier modules and wireless audio signal transmission, as this is something we will include in our next loudspeaker developments. Video projectors, as we are manufacturing projection screens which are their natural complement.

Patrice Congard CEO, Screen Excellence Stand: 1-N4

Hubertus Beckmann Technical director, LANG Stand: 1-H60

70in videowall leads product charge SHARP ELECTRONICS EUROPE A 70in display for videowalls, 10in larger than Sharp’s current largest videowall display and 15in larger than the mainstream industry standard, is being launched at ISE. Sharp said the wall is aimed at luxury retailers who want to create maximum impact, and has configured a wall of four displays in a 4 x 1 portrait configuration for its ISE 2017 stand. Sharp is showing six new product ranges at ISE, some in new categories, following Sharp’s alliance with Foxconn in April 2016. Half of Sharp’s stand will be devoted to interactive displays including a new Big Pad, an interactive flat panel

The extent to which HDR (high dynamic range) will be here. Compared to the CE market, HDR has hardly been recognised at all so far – not at ISE 2016, not at InfoComm 2016. We have found that the BBC/NHK HLG (hybrid log gamma) is a very useful HDR technology, which gives a very noticeable add-on to existing applications. Lots of LED screens are in use at half their possible brightness or less; these can be upgraded to 10-12 bit input, and modified with the HLG EOTF conversion table. HDR images can be recognised as something special from far distances.

display for presentations and team work. The latest 80in version features ‘optical bonding’ for a better viewing experience, and more precise touch, claimed the company. For the first time Sharp will also show a display for huddle spaces, with a new range of 40in interactive displays designed to help people share ideas during small informal meetings. Other stand highlights include the launch of Sharp’s Mini OPS standard (Open Pluggable Specification) for its display screens. Three different modules, based on Mini-OPS, expand the function of the displays and give users more flexibility for signage and interaction, the company says.

Crius is a new series of HD LED posters for indoor advertising, with selling points of an ultra-thin and lightweight body and multiple installation options. With a thickness of 40mm and weighing less than 35kg, the range features aluminium alloy frames, fully enclosed frosted rear covers, acrylic glass surfaces and customised border colours. The high-definition screens are available in either 2.5mm and 3mm pixel pitch, and offer refresh rates of 300-4000Hz and 720-4000Hz respectively, with a brightness of over 1000cd/sqm. A range of quick installation options are available, including free standing, inclined and flat against a wall. As well as working in single poster mode, multiple posters can be combined together for a variety of creative display effects to improve advertising efficiency, according to the Chinese company.

Broad range on show OPTOMA Visitors to the company’s stand are, says Optoma, among the first to see and experience unique projection demonstrations that include the ultra-bright lamp-less laser, 4K DLP projection and mapping solutions for both professional AV applications and home users. Optoma’s latest range of NuForce consumer audio products is also on show. Demonstrations include laser phosphor projectors; retail solutions using projection to create in-store displays; a 4K UHD projector using single chip DLP technology; mapping solutions covering all markets from home users to professional AV

installations; and new 1080p gaming projectors featuring DARBEE Visual Presence digital image enhancement technology for what Optoma says is an immersive and lifelike viewing experience. “We are excited to showcase the benefits of projection over flat panels with our latest developments in projection technology,” said Optoma’s head of marketing, Joe Ahmed. “Our professional AV business has seen dramatic growth and we are unveiling

Crius is specially designed for indoor HD LED advertising, and can be installed in a number of configurations The Crius models offer an integrated internal control system and power supply, while communications interfaces include USB, Ethernet and HDMI.

Stand: 12-F74 even more innovative solutions which demonstrate the breadth of our range.” The stand is organised into zones with demonstrations taking place throughout the show. The Optoma product management and European sales teams are on hand to provide technical knowledge and one-to-one demonstrations.

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Lights, cables New speaker products debut and installations COTINA

A.C. ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGIES Visitors to the A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) stand can see Traxon’s colour-changing Media Tube and Dot XL media string LED solutions for permanent outdoor applications being showcased. AC-ET’s sister company, A.C. Special Projects, is a Traxon authorised installation partner and has used these products on several high-profile architectural installation projects in London,

including the prestigious Sea Containers building along the South Bank and the Ruislip Manor Station Bridge. AC-ET is also exhibiting popular lighting controllers for these and other lighting products from brands including Jands and E:Cue. Also featured on the stand is the Tourflex Cabling service, a manufacturer and supplier of a full range of bespoke cabling for signal, data, lighting, audio, video and rigging applications.

Here at ISE Cotina is showcasing several of its products, including the Active Horn Speaker, Active Cabinet Speaker and Column Speaker. The Active Horn Speaker (PHSAC81 Series) provides great sound pressure from the built-in 40W D Type Amplifier that co-ordinates with the high-efficiency driver. This supports real balance input design for long-distance transmission.

Next gen AV switcher released EVERTZAV

Stand: 7-X160

The Ruislip Manor station bridge in London gets a glow from A.C. Special Projects and Traxon LED solutions

The Active Cabinet Speaker (CT552W(B)TAC) Series also provides high-quality sound pressure from the built-in audio and 40W D Type amplifier. It allows for easy volume adjustments using the volume control swivel on the rear of the box. Unlike the traditional column speaker, the Column Speaker (CLN3xxxVS) Series has modified sound efficiency with second cross-over and compensation lines to weaken frequencies that may cause audio discomfort for listeners. An

What the company describes as its next generation MMA10G-HUB2 with 4K/UHD resolution support has been released by EvertzAV. The MMA10G-HUB2 is an in-room audio and video switcher that leverages Evertz MMA-10G network-based AV distribution capability. The HUB2 makes connecting a single room to a facility easy, according to the company, and is designed for collaboration, resource sharing and connectivity. The MMA10G-HUB2 can be

ordered fully featured with up to eight video inputs and four outputs, HDMI or HDBaseT. With the addition of HDBaseT support, the HUB can, says EvertzAV, be quickly installed to interface with any HDBaseT transmit or receive device used in the space for extension from wall plates to table tops, projectors and displays.

additional advantage is that the waterproof switch supports multi wattage selection directly and easily while being installed. Finally, unlike the traditional switch design with a V type spring that can rust and be damaged by humidity and multiple rotations, the Volume Control (CS-ATxxx) Series has improved the rotate switch with a mini rolling slide that supports a long lifespan, to over 10,000 rotations.

Stand: 3-C87 The HUB is said to not only solve all in-room switching requirements, but, through the use of its 10G Ethernet network ports, it can also be connected to multiple rooms or the entire facility. Using Evertz network-based low latency video and audio transport technology, the HUB is designed to be the gateway to an all-new connected facility.

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European intro for KVMs GEFEN Two new 4K Ultra HD Video over IP products are being introduced to the European market by Gefen at ISE 2017. The new sender and receiver KVM units (EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-TX and EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-RX) join the existing family of Gefen’s Video over IP products and add 4K support, built-in scaler, videowall controller, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), and digital/analogue audio break-out. “These new Video over IP solutions build on our tradition of providing high performance, scalable, expandable, and secure AV routing and distribution over a standard 1 Gig Local Area Network,” said Gefen product manager Jason Fitzgerald. “Compatibility with our existing Video over IP 1080p senders and receivers – and quick system set-up and control through the Gefen EXT-CU-LAN Matrix Controller – allow these new products to fully address the needs of commercial, light commercial, and pro-AV applications.”

The new Gefen models feature HDMI and VGA inputs and outputs, and can support DVI when using Gefen HDMI-to-DVI cables. They support HDMI input resolutions up to 4K 60Hz 4:2:0 and output resolutions up to 4K 30Hz 4:4:4, HDCP 2.2 and 1.4, and 7.1 channels of HBR (High Bit Rate) lossless and LPCM digital audio up to 100m. The sender also features a VGA output for local monitoring of the input. The VGA input and output support VESA resolutions up to 1920x1200 at 60Hz (WUXGA). RS-232 and 2-way IR routing between the sender and receiver units is possible, allowing the transfer of IR commands and RS-232 communications among all sources and displays.

Stand: 1-N53

The technology sector that will have the greatest impact on the industry is definitely IoT. More homes and buildings around the globe are networked, and the devices and systems in them are growingly internet-connected, automated and smart. Connected devices in our industry are providing value-added services (new revenue streams for businesses) and convenience to integrators, service providers and end-users, such as automating processes and reducing response times. IoT has gained so much momentum

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New digiMIX24 hits ISE The Ashly digiMIX24 is the first product in a new range being showcased at ISE by Ashly Audio. This versatile, compact 24-channel digital mixing console features professional inputs/outputs, integrated signal processing and effects, iPad Remote Control integration, user-friendly software, and intuitive mixing via the live control surface. It is suitable for worship and educational facilities, auditoriums, gymnasiums, performance spaces and project studios. The Ashly digiMIX24 features 24 inputs (including 16 Class A mic/ line inputs); up to 14 mix buses; 8 Aux outputs, 8 channel inserts; 33 channels of dynamics and equalisation processing; and 2 stereo effects processors with reverb, delay, chorus and more. Its intuitive control surface pairs with a 7in LCD colour touchscreen, intelligent metering and motorised faders. The system management software makes it

the greatest impact on the industry over the next five years – and why? in the last few years. In fact, Legrand expects sales of its connected devices to experience a double-digit average annual growth rate by 2020.

David Klein Manager – sales & marketing, Vantage Controls EMEA Stand: 1-M2 In terms of projection, laser will have the greatest impact. With no lamps to replace and with a lightsource lifespan of 20,000 hours, it is now an excellent low-maintenance

option. Quiet, compact and able to be installed in any orientation, laser is perfect for complex and inaccessible installations, as well as digital signage. The retail industry needs eyecatching in-store displays that engage customers and cut through competing marketing clutter. High-resolution laser projectors with their inherent consistent brightness and ability to be controlled remotely without the need for staff interaction make them a viable option for retail.

Justin Halls Head of visual system solutions, Optoma Stand: 1-H120

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easy to save, load, or copy mixer setups. Optional, field-installable cards provide either Dante connectivity or a USB interface for easy multi-track recording or playback. “The Ashly digiMIX24 combines the feel of a traditional analogue mixer, the intuitive control of digital systems that we’ve pioneered in the work with our Ashly Protea DSP units, and the conveniences and flexibility of a recallable digital mixer, with build quality, sound quality, and a price point that make it the obvious choice,” said John Sexton, director of sales at Ashly. “The digiMIX24 offers two modes; a normal technical mode with all of the depth and flexibility that an audio professional would expect, and an ‘EZ-Mode’ for non-technical users in schools or churches. The digiMIX24 pairs with a companion Apple iPad app that allows users to remotely set stage monitor volumes or to mix from different places in the venue,” continued Sexton.

Stand: 3-C87 Ashly digiMIX24 is useful for educational facilities, auditoriums, gymnasiums, performance spaces and project studios

Four wired devices under the Dicentis name are being released to expand the Bosch IP-based conference system portfolio. As part of this expansion, Bosch is integrating its DCN multimedia System into the Dicentis Conference System family. The Dicentis multimedia device offers a 7in touch screen interface for accessing and sharing meeting content and offering internet access. The system is capable of connecting a network of up to 750 conference devices and seamlessly integrating with other systems sharing the network such as IP video streams or content management systems. All audio and control data flowing through the system is securely encrypted to protect against tampering or unauthorised access. The new Discussion Device with touchscreen offers a 4.3in screen to guide participants through a meeting

The Dicentis System offers flexible, scalable and future proof investment through open standard OMNEO network IP technology

and offers many conference functions including dual use, language selection and voting. Fast participant recognition is possible by means of an NFC (Near Field Communication) identification card. The Dicentis Discussion device supports structured discussion, allowing participants to raise their hand by pushing the discuss button and be placed in a discussion queue. The Dicentis Discussion device with

voting features NFC and incorporates standard parliamentary-style voting facilities with touch buttons that only light up when the functionality is required. The Discussion device with language selector allows participants to listen to speakers in their own language, accessed via plugging in a headphone. Dicentis takes advantage of open standard OMNEO network IP technology, as well as supporting Dante technology. Enhanced functionalities can also be added to all Dicentis devices via software and by integrating third-party or custom-made apps.

Stand: 2-C50, 7-M176

4000 Series joins BIMobject Library GENELEC The 4000 Series two-way active loudspeakers from Genelec have now become even easier to include in projects as they have been added to the BIMobject library, the company reports. This move allows AV designers and architects to include the Genelec loudspeakers in any Building Information Model (BIM) to help in the design and planning stages of a project. Visitors to the Genelec stand at ISE 2017 will be able to see the 4000 Series loudspeakers up close and personal on its new-look stand, as well as see the complete range of accessories, which will help attendees to understand the wide variety of installation possibilities.

Sami Mäkinen, Genelec business manager for AV installation systems, commented: “Having our products available with BIMobject will encourage designers to consider their audio options in the planning stage, which will lead to a much more successful installation. In the past we have seen the planning for AV equipment comes in very late in the building process, and as a result the sound performance often takes a hit. “At ISE this year, we will be showing off a wide range of outstanding installations which make the most of the technology,” he added. Users will now be able to add the loudspeakers into digitally built models in building design software such as Autodesk Revit, ArchiCAD

Genelec’s 4000 Series can be seamlessly loaded into any project file, ready for placement in a 3D digital model and Google Sketchup. In addition to the BIMobject Library, CAD drawings are available to download in .dwg and .pdf formats, which ensures that architects are able to carry out any necessary calculations ahead of installation.

Stand: 3-A119

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RidePlayer makes European debut ALCORN MCBRIDE

Isostem UpDown reduces mix demands DSPECIALISTS

Making its European debut is Alcorn McBride’s RidePlayer, an on-board audio and control solution for themed entertainment applications. RidePlayer is said to offer a complete solution to many of the unique challenges faced by vehicle-based audio and show control, and to be suited for dark ride, Rideplayer precisely synchronises parade float, tour vehicle on-board audio with wayside audio, and modern coaster video, lighting and animatronics applications. It precisely synchronises on-board audio with uncompressed audio for audio wayside audio, video, lighting and playback. It can route, mix and animatronics. The lock between crossfade between tracks. on-board and wayside systems is The product includes 16 line maintained via GPS, SMPTE, Video outputs, 16 25W amplifier outputs Genlock or IEEE-1588 (CIP Sync). (bridgeable to 50W), DSP and a By integrating Alcorn McBride microphone input. The built-in amp V-Series control into the same outputs drive high-range and midhardware platform, RidePlayer is able range speakers as well as transducers, to interface with almost any device, such as ButtKickers. The line outputs the company says, including PLCs, can be used to feed high-powered animation controllers, sensors, lighting external amps to drive larger speakers systems, video servers and Alcorn like subwoofers. It is also outfitted with McBride ShowTouch panels. a 16x16 AES67/Dante network audio RidePlayer sources up to 16 interface. outputs of 24-bit 96kHz polyphonic Stand: 1-H125

New UHD interactive display on show ELO TOUCH SOLUTIONS Digital touchscreen company Elo is showing off its new 5551L 4K 55in interactive digital signage display. The new large-format touchscreen features a 10-touch tablet-like infrared technology for what Elo claims is a smooth and highly responsive multi-user interaction. Designed for high-end retail and hospitality applications, the 5551L uses a DisplayPort interface and features auto-switching between active input sources to simplify use in meeting rooms and an RS232C serial control input for added control. Craig Witsoe, CEO of Elo, said: “Adding the 5551L to our product

line reinforces Elo’s position as the leader of innovative, large-format touchscreens that are designed to withstand the heavy use of a commercial setting.” The 5551L is ADA- and IBCcompliant for wall-mounted installations. Optional computer modules are available, providing an integrated all-in-one computer – without the need for additional cables or mounting hardware. A choice of three computer modules is available, based on 4th Gen Intel Core processors: the ECMG2B-i3 with HD4400 graphics, and the ECMG2B-i5 and ECMG2B-i7, both with HD4600 graphics.

Stand: 10-N148

In order to improve the workflow of its new Broadcasting and Exchange Centre, (Centre de Diffusion et d’Echanges), national broadcaster France Télévisions has implemented Isostem UpDown technology from new ISE exhibitor DSpecialists. Twenty-four Isostem units are being installed, allowing automatic upmixing or downmixing operations from commands generated by broadcast automation. France 4 is the first channel to benefit from this new architecture, with other channels within the France Télévisions Group to follow. Isostem, being showcased at ISE 2017, is an upmix system that generates a full surround sound from stereo signals in real time and

is therefore especially suited for use in broadcasting, studios and post production. DSpecialists claims this is the only upmix system that is fully compatible with stereo, delivering a surround stem that downmixes exactly to the original stereo. Thanks to the new Iso-LU mode, 5.1 and stereo output levels are permanently adjusted according to input level, allowing compensation from possible drift due to upmix or downmix processes. The Loudness Ranger is a dynamic control solution which makes it possible to limit the loudness range

without producing audible, disturbing artefacts in the process. Yves Le Bras, R&D and CDE director, France Télévisions, said: “We have historically [chosen] Isostem for its exclusive ISO mode that guarantees the best stereo listening experience to viewers not equipped with 5.1-compatible devices. We don’t need DolbyE deliveries anymore, [with] each programme to be delivered either in 5.1 stereo compatible or stereo. The two different mixes are no longer necessary.”

Stand: 2-A51

Isostem is especially suited for use in broadcasting, studios and post production, says DSpecialists

Signal transport for Olympique Lyonnais RIEDEL COMMUNICATIONS France’s new Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium is using Riedel systems to support signal transport and communication throughout the building. Home of French football club Olympique Lyonnais, Parc Olympique Lyonnais is equipped with 59,000 seats, 350 IPTV screens and eight large VIP rooms, with WiFi network access everywhere. Together, the Riedel MediorNet real-time media network, RockNet digital audio network, Artist digital matrix intercom system, Acrobat wireless intercom system and Performer digital partyline system provide a decentralised fibrebased network for flexible signal transport, routing and processing. They also support communications, including the technical facilities for Olympique Lyonnais TV. The Riedel infrastructure allows the stadium’s audio, video, data and communications signals to meet the

Riedel supports signal transport and communication throughout France’s new Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium requirements of football matches and other live events. Spectators can use mobile apps to replay highlights from live action, view play from a different angle or even upgrade their seats and order food. Within this facility, the Riedel

gear allows all types of signals, including video, audio, data, intercom and sync, to be picked up anywhere in the stadium and routed or processed to any output elsewhere in the stadium.

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7-S231 7-R235

7-P222

7-N222

7-M219 7-M217 7-M216

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

7-P232 7-P235

7-N225 7-N224

7-F218

8-R309

8-H314

8-H310

8-K278 8-K276 8-K279 8-K272 8-F275

7-C225

7-F219 8-R310

8-F311 8-F312

7-M240 7-M250

7-M225 8-N320

8-K318

8-H317

8-H315

8-E295 8-E290 8-E285 8-E282 8-E278 8-E276 8-E274 8-E272 8-E270 8-E268

8-D295

7-C230

8-F318

8-F315

8-E310

12-H40

12-C45

12-N45

12-K40 12-F38 12-E38

12-N44 12-F36

12-C40 12-N37 12-C36

12-F34

12-E36

12-H36

12-N40

12-K36

12-N36

12-C31 12-C20

12-E28

12-E30

12-F33

12-H31

12-N35

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

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

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

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

Adeo Screen – Screen Research – Harman – Adeo

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Dragon Display (Shenzhen) Technology Co Ltd12-E36

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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EAGO ENTERPRISE LTD........................................... 8-E270

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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6-H148 6-E160 6-E162 6-E164 6-F162 6-F164

6-K168 6-K166

6-M168 6-M166

6-K164 6-K162

6-M164 6-M162

6-K160 6-K158

6-M160 6-M158

6-K156 6-K154

6-M156 6-M154

6-K152 6-K150

6-M152 6-M150

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1-M128

1-N130 5-R117

1-E114 1-E112

1-Q115

1-M125 1-N120

1-Q110 5-R110 1-Q100

1-H120

1-M124

1-N117 1-N110

1-Q95 1-Q92

1-N115

1-F100

1-Q90

5-R100

5-V125

EISA.......................................................................7-W227 5-S120 5-U120

5-S118

1-N97

1-N90

1-Q75

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

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

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

Gato Audio .....................................................................5-R125

5-R112

5-V115

5-S110 5-S112

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5-R105

5-S100

5-U102 5-U100

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5-V74

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

1-E80

5-R75 1-N75

5-R70

1-M94

1-Q70 1-Q72

1-H85 1-Q65

1-E68

5-R65

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

1-P58 1-E62 1-H70 5-R60

1-E56

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

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

5-S75

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

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

Essential Install, CE Pro Europe & Commercial

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5-S60

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

5-U35

1-N53 5-R55

1-H60 5-R45 1-N50

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

5-R30

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

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

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

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

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

Guangzhou Dtech Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd ........

1-M20

1-N20

5-R24

1-F21

5-R20 1-M16 1-M18

1-N18

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5-V34

2-E24

5-U24

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

Guangzhou Video-Star Electronics Industrial Co., Ltd.

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

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

5-U20

5-V18

FENIX Stage ................................................................. 7-M216

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1-N4

Guntermann & Drunck GmbH.............................10-P126

Fibar Group ...................................................................9-D195 Fiberlight ..............................................................9-K145

1-G3

............................................................................................ 8-E316 Guangzhou Charming Lighting Co., Ltd .......14-A160

1-Q35

1-F2

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

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1-H6

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

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

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

1-F6

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

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

1-M27

1-H20

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

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

5-V37

1-F40

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GRAND DAGU CO., LTD ..............................................7-T194

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

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

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

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

5-U65

Euroscreen Srl................................................................5-R70 1-F42

Residential Solutions

Glare Productions.......................................................8-K325

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

5-V57

2-E40

Gira Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG ...........................7-N176

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

5-V60 5-S64 ................................................................5-V100 ETechA, L.L.C.

1-M85

1-Q60 1-Q63

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

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

5-R78

2-E72

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

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

5-R80

1-H90

Genelec Oy.....................................................................3-A119

ELMO EUROPE 5-V93 5-R90 5-S92SAS......................................................5-U20

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5-V90

1-M100

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5-R92 1-N95

5-R83

1-F41

5-S114 5-S113

GESAB..........................................................................10-N142

1-N80

1-F20

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Future Automation....................................10-K118, 2-A42

ELKO EP.............................................................................1-Q75

1-F60

2-E36

Residential

5-R95

1-M122

2-E70 1-E69

EKTA..................................................................................12-F36

Elivision........................................................................... 8-E320

1-F70

2-E52

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

5-U132

5-V100

1-M123

2-E64 1-E66

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

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

5-U130

5-R114 1-N122

1-E108

1-E72

FS Cables..........................................................................1-Q60

Eelectron SpA .............................................................. 9-E220

5-S126

5-V120

5-R116

1-F44

FrontRow Calypso LLC ...........................................13-B100

EDBAK.............................................................................1-N120

ekey biometric systems...........................................9-B150

1-H125 1-H123 1-F120

1-E78

ECLER – NEEC AUDIO BARCELONA SL ............ 7-M200

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1-H130 1-E1161-E117

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Fibersystem AB..............................................................5-S85

HAGOR Products GmbH .............................................5-R65

Fida...................................................................................8-N195

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

FieldCast .....................................................................14-M260

Haivision......................................................................14-M295

FINLUX ..........................................................................10-P136

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

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

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

Flatlift TV Lift Systeme GmbH ..................................2-A42 4-S100

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

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

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

Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd..........................7-S180

Hanshin International Ltd .................................... 13-D102

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

Harman Professional..........................................1-F6, 1-F2

Fonestar ......................................................................... 7-F218

HARTING .........................................................................7-V220

Fonix................................................................................. 12-C50

HB-Laserkomponenten GmbH............................. 8-E240

Fortress Inc. .....................................................................1-N75

HDBaseT Alliance..........................................................5-S85

Foshan Nationstar Optoelectronics Co. Ltd ..... 8-E251

HDL................................................................................... 9-E178

Four Winds Interactive..............................................8-H355

HiBrite Enterprises Ltd.......................................7-Z200

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7-C205

7-E205

7-F210

7-K190

7-H190

7-P212

7-Q211

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7-N210

7-S122

7-Q210

7-P210

7-Q190

7-P190

7-K180

7-P188

7-D179 7-C174

7-Q180

7-C175 7-D177

7-N190

7-D172

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

7-D170

7-S170 7-S176

7-C173

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7-C170

Free WiFi Zone

7-C172

7-C169 7-C164

7-D165

6

6-H152

6-E160 6-E162 6-E164 6-F162 6-F164 3-A138

3-A136

3-A134

6-F150 6-F152

6-H132

6-K172 6-K170

6-M172 6-M170

6-K168 6-K166

6-M168 6-M166

6-K164 6-K162

6-M164 6-M162

6-K160 6-K158

6-M160 6-M158

6-K156 6-K154

6-M156 6-M154

6-K152 6-K150

6-M152 6-M150

7-P170

7-N176

7-N160

7-H160

6-H148

6-E150 6-E152

7-M176

7-K175

7-Q170

7-Q160

7-P160

7-P150

7-Q165

7-R165

7-S160

7-V172

3-A119

7-V168

7-V174

7-V160

5-S126

5-S120

5-V120

5-R114 1-N122

1-Q110

1-E108

3-C100

3-C95

5-R110

1-M124

1-N117

5-R112

5-V115

5-S110 5-S112 5-U110

1-Q95 1-Q92

1-N115

5-U101 1-Q90

3-C98

5-R100

5-R105

5-S100

5-U102 5-U100 5-V100

1-M123 1-N97

3-A100

1-F70 1-N90

3-A76

5-U94

5-R95

1-Q75

5-R92

14-M298

5-R90

5-V93

5-S92

1-N95 5-U92 5-U93

1-M122

3-C87 3-A80

5-V90

1-F60

14-N340

14-K194 14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

5-R83

3-A50 14-N330

1-N80

3-C82

3-A75

5-S85

5-V74

5-R80

14-M288 5-S80

5-R78

1-M100

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

1-E78

1-F44

1-H90

14-M270

2-A70

2-A75 2-C50

1-E72

5-V72

1-Q70 1-Q72

1-H85 1-Q65

52 1-E68 2-E64 1-E66

14-M260

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14-K150

5-V60

5-S64

1-M85 1-P58

1-H70

2-E52

2-A53 14-M254

5-U60

1-E62

2-A55 14-K154

5-V68

5-S66 5-R65

1-F41

2-A52

14-K164

40

1-Q60 1-Q63

2-A51

5-R60

5-S60

1-E56

5-V57

14-M246 2-A48

14-M244

1-M80

1-F42

5-U35

1-N53

14-M236

1-H60

2-A40

00

5-V50

5-S57

5-R55

14-M242 2-C42

5-R45

14-K142

5-R40

5-R54

1-N50 14-M230 2-A30

14-M227 14-N322 14-N325

2-E36

14-P430

5-R30

1-F40

14-M218

5-R50 5-V35

14-P424

2-A36

1-M27

14-N311

14-K112

5-V37

2-A42

14-K130

14-M224

5

5-V52

5-S56

2-E40 2-A45

Residential Solutions

5-U65

5-S70

5-R70

1-M94

2-E70 1-E69

14-K174

5-S75

5-R75

2-E72 1-N75

50

5-U72

1-E80

14-M280

70

30

Residential Solutions Theatre

5-U120

5-S114 5-S113

1-Q115

1-M125

1-N110

55

7-Z160

5-U132

5-V125

5-S118

5-R116

1-E112

3-C105

1-F100

00

7-X160

ISE 2017

1-H125 1-H123

3-A109

14-K190

7-X180

7-V165 7-W165

Audio Solutions Theatre

5-U130

1-Q100

3-A85

7-W170

7-T160

5-R119 5-R117

1-H120

3-A110

EXHIBITOR LISTING 43

7-W172 7-W173

5-R125 1-N130

1-N120

14-M292

7-V170

1-H130

3-C125 1-E1161-E117

3-C111

14-M297 14-M295

7-Z180

1-F120 3-A117

7-X185

7-X182

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

7-X190

6-N140

1-E114

14-K195

7-V180

7-T191

Discovery Zone

6-N148

1-M128

1-H127 3-C120

3-A115

3-A107

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

3-C128

3-A121

3-A111

7-W195

6-N152

5-R128

3-A122

7-V185

Wielingenstraat

3

7-H179

7-C171 7-C165

3-B140

3-A127

7-T193 7-T192

7-S190

7-Q185

7-P180

7

7-X210

7-W200

7-V205

7-T190 7-T194

7-Q195

7-P185

7-M190

7-H180

7-W210 7-Z200

7-V200

7-T210

7-P200 7-E190

7-X213

7-V215

7-T215

7-M215 7-M210

7-M200

7-T216

7-P218

7-M219 7-M217 7-M216

7-F215

14-N307

14-K110

14-P416

1-Q35

5-V34

14-K104 14-N305

14-P400

2-A25

1-M20 2-C24

2-A24

2

14-N300

14-K80

1-N20

5-U24

5-R24

5-V22

2-E24

1-F21

5-R20 1-F20

1-H20

1-M16 1-M18

5-U20

5-V18

1-N18

1-F7 1-F6

1-F2

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1-N4

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

InfoComm Unified Communications

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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14-M200

14-K100

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Institute of Sound and Communications

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Audio 7-A220

7-C230

7-C235

7-E228

7-E230

7-E235

7-F225

7-H230

7-H235

7-K235

7-M235

7-M240 7-M250

7-P230

7-M225 7-C225

7-E223 7-E225

7-F221

7-C220

7-E220

7-F220

7-K200

7-H195

7-M220

7-E205

7-P220

7-K190

7-S220 7-S222

7-N210

7-Q211

7-S122

7-P190

7-K180

7-Q190 7-P188 7-Q180

7-C175 7-D177

7-N190

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

7-D172 7-C172

7-C169 7-C164

7-D170

7-H179

7-C171 7-C165

7-D165

6

Inter-M .............................................................................7-K190 interactive scape GmbH ....................................8-K230

3-B140

3-A138

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

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

3-A127

3-A136

3-A122

6-H152

6-K172 6-K170

6-M172 6-M170

6-K168 6-K166

6-M168 6-M166

6-K164 6-K162

6-M164 6-M162

7-P170

7-N176

7-N160

7-H160

7-Q160

7-P160

7-P150

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

6-M154

7-V185

7-W195

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

7-X190

7-R165

7-S160

7-V180

7-X185 7-Z180

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

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

7

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

6-N152

6-H148

6-M158

7-Q165

7-X210

7-W200

7-V205

7-T191

7-S170 7-S176

7-Q170

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

7-W210

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

7-Z160

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

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

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

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

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

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

6-H132

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

3-A134

3-C128

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

1-M128

1-H127

1-N130

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

5-R128

5-S126

5-U130

5-U132

5-R119

Solutions

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

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

5-R117

5-S118

5-S120

5-U120

3-A115

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

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

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

3-A111

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

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

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

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

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

1-F120

1-E114

3-A117

3-A119

3-C105

3-C111

J

5-R110

1-F100

3-A110

3-C95

3-C98

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

3-A85

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

3-A76

3-C87

3-A80

3-A50 3-A75

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1-Q90

1-M123

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1-H85

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

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

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

1-F41

1-E62

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

2-A51

1-H90

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

1-M85

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

1-H70

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

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

2-E40

K

1-F42

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

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

2-A30

24

2-A36

16

2-A25 2-A24

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

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

1-H60

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

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

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

KARAK Electronics Co., Ltd2-E36 .............................. 7-C235 1-F40

LEDTECHNOLOGY sp. z o.o. ..............................8-H380

KAUBER..........................................................................6-H132

Legamaster International BV ..............................10-R130 1-M27

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

Legrand ...............................................................1-M2, 1-M80

KEF / GP Acoustics GmbH......................................7-D170

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

Kensence (Shenzhen) Technology Development

LevelOne / Digital Data Communications GmbH ..........

Co., Ltd.............................................................................13-D83 2-C24 2-E24

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

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Keonn ..............................................................................8-R200 1-F21 1-F20 8-E317 Kerchan Technology Group Limited ...............

1-Q35

1-M20

1-N20

Leviton Security & Automation .............................9-D172 1-N18 1-M16 1-M18 LEX SYSTEM .................................................................8-R309

1-H20

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

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

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

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

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5-R100

5-R105

5-S100

5-U102 5-U100

5-U92 5-U93

3-C82 Jiangyin City Shengshang Video Equipment Co., Ltd...

2-C50

2-A53

1-N95

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

JoeCo Ltd ....................................................................... 7-C171

2-A55

1-N90 1-M122

Jiangsu TSD Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.. 8-F248

1-E78

2-A52

L

1-Q75

L-Acoustics.....................................................................7-X220

JM Supplies .................................................................. 13-C70 2-E72 2-A75

1-Q92

1-N115

......................................................................................... 11-G119 1-F60

1-E80

5-V74

5-R80

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

Miravue .................................................................6-M162

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

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

5-R78

5-S80

5-U72

Lynx Pro Audio..............................................................7-X190 5-S75 5-R75

5-V72

Lyravox Gerätemanufaktur .................................... 7-Q185 5-U65 5-R70

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1-F6

PRESS

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1-N5

1-N6

MKTAG............................................................................. 8-E240 ML-Audio und Carbons GmbH .................................1-N97

M

5-V68

5-S66

5-R65

5-U60

5-V60 M2L Co., Ltd..........................................................8-D293 5-S64

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

5

mobil Werke AG...........................................................13-A70

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

Mode Lighting ..............................................................5-S110

Magic Schaufenster................................................... 8-E290 5-R60 5-S60

Mode-AL Limited ........................................................ 12-F75

5-V57

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

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

5-V52

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

5-V50

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

5-S56 Maler Digital Signage Operations Ltd ............8-N300 5-U35 5-S57 5-R55 Manger Audio..................................................................1-Q70

Mansion Industry 5-R54 Co., Ltd ........................................7-H235 5-R45 5-R40

Monitors AnyWhere...................................................8-R362

Marata Vision ..........................................................5-R80 5-V37

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

Marconi technologies sa..........................................12-D93

Morel.................................................................................7-T191

5-R30

5-R50

marketing-displays GmbH & Co. KG...................8-N365 5-V35

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

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

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

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

Multibrackets Europe AB............................................5-R65

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

MultiCAM Systems...................................................13-E105

5-V34

5-R24 5-U24 ...................... 12-E38 Matrox Electronic Systems GmbH 5-V22

Maytel Co., Ltd..............................................................7-S231 5-R20

5-U20

5-V18

MultiTaction.................................................................11-F137 Murideo........................................................................14-M246

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

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

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

Music ...............................................................................7-H179

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

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

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

MuxLab ..............................................................................1-N95

1-M2

1-N4

Residential Mix-iT.....................................................................6-K164 Solutions

5-S70

1-F7

1-F2

Metra Home Theater Group ...................................5-S114

Lite Puter........................................................................ 9-E170

JD-MEDIA Co., Ltd........................................................7-X210 1-F70

3-A100

5-V115

5-S110 5-S112

5-R112

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9-B172 9-B170

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Shenzhen Auroled Tech. CO., Ltd..........................8-H320 Europa Shenzhen BAKO Optoelectronics Co. Ltd..........12-N36 Entrance Shenzhen BesdLEDG Co., Ltd ...................................8-D188

9-D172

9-E175

9-D170

9-B171

9-E170

9-F170

9-B160

9-D160

9-B162

9-F160

9-E160

9-B151 9-B150

10

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9-A164

9-F150

9-F155

Smart Building Solutions Theatre

10-K153

9-F140

10-K155 10-N151 10-K160

14-C210

14-C200

10-N148 10-P149

10-R146

11-F146

11-D141

10-S127

10-K138 11-B140

11-D150

11-C140

11-F137

11-D138 11-A135

11-F136

11-G140

10-K135

10-N136

10-N140

10-P136

11-F135 10-N129 10-K125

11-D136

11-A130

10-K136

10-N134

10-P132

10-K118

10-S125

10-R130

11-A132

10-P126

11-A128 11-A129

11-B130

11-D130

11-G132

11-F130

10-K121 10-P124

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11-A127

10-S122

10-P122 11-A117

10-S120

11-G120

11-A125

11-G119 11-A115

11-C120

11-D115

10-K114

10-N114

10-P116

11-F115 10-K110

10-P111

10-P115

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14-A182

14-K190

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

14-M280

14

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14-H170

14-B180

14-A180

14-M270

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14-B170

14-K174

14-H152

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14-A160

14-B165 14-B155 14-B160

14-A140

14-B150

14-D150

14-C155

14-H150

Shenzhen Comte Intellegence Tech Corp Ltd. ................ 14-B136

14-B130 14-B132

14-M260 14-K164

14-H140

14-B138 14-B140

14-D120

14-C134

14-H130

14-K154

14-H120

14-K150

.........................................................................................14-M230 14-A120

14-C118

Shenzhen CreateLED Electronics Co. Ltd. ........8-N248 14-B110

14-C116

DRONE Shenzhen DGX Technology Co.,Ltd.................8-K341 ARENA 14-B105

14-C110

14-B100

14-A100

14-M244

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

14-C100 14-C103

14-M242 14-M236

14-H100

Shenzhen DianMingTech. Co., Ltd ........................8-N338

14-K142

PROFESSIONAL Shenzhen Dicolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. .....12-E28, DEVELOPMENT

14-K130

............................................................................................ 12-C36 Shenzhen Digital-Leader Technology Co.,Ltd ............ ..................................................................................13-F90

14-M230

14-M227 14-M224

14-K112

11-A110

11-C110

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11-D111

11-D113

11-B100

11-B102

11-D102

11-F104

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12-N100

12-C90

12-D91

12-D93

14-K100

14-K80

Shenzhen Eastar Electronic Co. Ltd.................... 12-C31 Shenzhen GCL Electronics Co., Ltd......................8-N322 13-B110 13-B108 13-B106 13-B104 13-B102 13-B100

13-C110

13-D110

13-E110

Shenzhen Gloshine Technology Co., Ltd............ 8-E210

12-E90 12-P78

13-C104

13-C102

13-C100

13-D108 13-D102 13-D100

13-E108 13-E105 13-E100

Shenzhen HDCVT Technology Co., Ltd ...............8-D320 12-C85 12-F100

12-C84

12-P70

12-C80 12-C82

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12-E76

12-F75 12-P65

12-F74 12-F72

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12-P64

12-F68

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12-F70

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12-F62

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12-K40 12-F38 12-E38

13-B65

13-B68

13-C60

13-C65

13-D60

13-F73

13-E65 13-F70

............................................................................................12-H31 Shenzhen JinJiuTianShi Industry Co.,Ltd ...10-S120

Education Technology

Shenzhen Kingaurora Opto-Tech Co., Ltd......8-R355 Shenzhen Kinglight ............................................8-R195 Co.,Ltd.............................................................................. 8-E325

12-H40

12-C45

13

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Shenzhen KTC Commercial Display Technology

12-N50

12-C51

12-F40

13-B85

13-F72

12-H59 12-E57

13-C80

Shenzhen iBoard Technology Co., Ltd. ............11-F104,

13-A60

12-P61

12-C50

13-B90 13-B80

Shenzhen Infiled Electronics Co., Ltd.12-F34, 12-F33,

12-C60

12-C58

13-F90

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13-A70

12-K70

12-F60 12-F55 12-F58

12-C63

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13-D85

Shenzhen Lamp Technology Co., Ltd.................. 12-E58

12-N44 12-F36

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

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12-E36

12-F34

12-H36

12-N40

12-K36

12-N36

12-C31 12-C20

12-E28

12-E30

12-F33

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12-N35

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RGB Spectrum................................................................3-A76

Salamander Designs Ltd............................................1-Q63

RGBlink ........................................12-N35, 12-N36, 12-N37

Samcen Industrial Co., Ltd.....................................7-W225

Riedel Communications...........................................6-H152

SAMILCDS...................................................................... 8-E268

RJS Electronics Limited........................................... 12-F55

Samsung Electronics.................................................4-S100

RME / Audio AG ........................................................... 7-F220

SANEL ..........................................................................14-M218

RND PLUS Co., Ltd ............................................14-C118

Sat & Sound ................................................................10-S127

ROBE.................................................................................7-X180

SAUBAG.......................................................................... 8-E252

Robolift – Vision24 GmbH .......................................3-A115

Savant Europe ............................................5-R114, 5-R116

Rocketsign....................................................12-N65, 12-P61

Scala ................................................................................8-K227

ROE Visual Co.,Ltd .....................................12-F45, 12-H40

Schnick-Schnack-Systems GmbH ......................8-N180

Roland .............................................................................7-P180

Screen Excellence Ltd ...................................................1-N4

RSF Europe ...................................................................... 5-V34

Screen Innovations .......................................................1-N75

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RTS Intercom Systems ...............................................2-C50

ScreenLine .......................................................................1-H85

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SDVoE Alliance ............................................................12-H55

RUTENBECK ..................................................................9-E160

SEADA Technology Ltd..............................................8-K288

Rythmes & Sons .........................................................7-H195

SECARTYS ........................................................................7-X23

Revolution Acoustics................................................7-W212 Revox GmbH.................................................................7-N176

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Seetronic Ningbo Co., Ltd ........................................8-K300 SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED

Rextron International Inc. .....................................10-N134

S. Siedle & Soehne Telefon- und Telegrafenwerke

........................................................................... 7-C174, 7-C175

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Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology

11-A104

14-M254 14-M246

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11-G118

11-F111

14-N330

14-M288

............................................................................................ 8-E208

10-N142

11-A140

14-N340 14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

14-A185

Audio Demo Rooms

11-D156

14-M292 14-K194

14-H200

Shenzhen Coleder Opto-electronic Co., Ltd .....8-F325,

10-P148 11-B150

14-M297 14-M295

Shenzhen CLT Led Technology Co., Ltd.............. 12-E36

10-N155

10-N146

Unified Communications Solutions Theatre

14-G200

14-D250

14-M298

14-K195

Shenzhen Chip Optech Co., Ltd ..............................8-K210

10-K150

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9-E178

9-A170

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9-A174 9-A172

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8-N235 8-R232

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8-N225

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8-R202

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8-E210

8-H195

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8-D188

8-H184

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8-H182 8-H180 SHENZHEN VTEAM CO.,LTD 8-F180 ...................................8-R320 8-E180 8-K185

SUVIRA ..................................................................6-M168 8-N182

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

Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing Co., Ltd...

SHENZHEN WQSLED PHOTOELECTRIC CO., LTD...........

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

............................................................................................12-D91 DIGITAL

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

SUMMIT 9-D200 9-E225 9-E200 Shure Europe GmbH .................................................3-A110 9-D185

SMART BUILDING Swissway ...........................................................14-D169 CONFERENCE AND KEYNOTE

8-K170

3-A136

3-A

3-A121

8-R195

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

8-E175

3-A127

8-N198

.........................................................................................10-N140 8-D186

8-D185

3-A138

3-A122 3-A115

8-R188

8-K175 8-M180

3-A111

Auditorium/ RAI Theater

8-N175 8-N180

3-A117

3-A119

3-A109

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9-E220 Co., Ltd..................................8-F320 SIGNAGE SWEDX ABRECEPTION, Shenzhen YIPLED ........................................................................2-A42 9-D195

9-A186

9-A180

9-D182

9-D190

9-E190

9-E195

9-F190

............................................................................................8-H222

9-A172

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

9-E170 9-F170 SIEC – Systems Integration Experience Community ...

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

9-E175

9-D170

9-B171

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

9-A164

9-B160

9-F160 Sightcorp9-E160 ........................................................................8-K175

9-B151 9-B150

9-F150

10

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9-F155

SiliconCore Technology ..........................................10-K110

Silora R&D ........................................................................5-S85 10-K155 10-N151 t-WIN 10-K153 10-K160 10-N155...................................................................... 8-E255 9-F140 SIM2 MULTIMEDIA.....................................10-K114, D-401 10-K150 Tabletpro...............................................................6-K158

11-D156

10-P148

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

10-S127

10-K138

11-D150

11-C140

11-F137

10-K136

11-G140

SmartMetals Mounting Solutions B.V.10-K135 ..............11-F115 11-D138

Taiwan Carol Electronics .........................................7-Q215 10-N140 10-P136

10-N136

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

11-F135

11-F136 Smartsign......................................................................8-N232 10-K125

11-D136

10-N129

10-R130

SMS / Evoko.....................................................................2-A42

10-R120

Solid State Logic .........................................................7-S176 11-G119

10-K114

SolidDrive .........................................................................3-C87 11-D115 11-F115

11-C120

10-S120

10-P111

12-C90

12-F100

SOVICO Professional ................................................7-W165

12-C80

12-E76 12-F75 Soyo Technology Development Co., Ltd.............7-N224 12-F74

Space Screen .............................................................14-K150 12-F68

SpeakerCraft ...................................................................1-N53 12-F73 12-F70 12-E70

12-F62

12-F65 12-F67

12-K70 Specktron ....................................................................13-E110 12-F60 12-F55 12-F58

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

12-C63 12-C64

12-E58

12-F50

12-F52

12-K65

12-H85

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

12-C60

Squadrat GmbH ..........................................................8-D185 12-C58 12-C50

12-C51

12-H59

12-C36

12-C20

12-E28

14-C118 14-B110

14-C116

14-B105

14-C110

2-A45 14-M242

2-A40

14-H100

2-A42

14-K130 2-A30

14-M227 14-N322 14-N325

14-P430 14-P424

2-A36

14-N311 14-M218

14-N307 14-P416

14-K104 14-K100

14-M200

14-N305

14-P400

2-A25 2-A24

D-Meeting Rooms

Technic Electronic Conseil ....................................14-P416 Technolution B.V. .........................................................8-D205 12-P70

Holland Entrance C Telelogos ........................................................................ 8-F318

13-A85

TECO ................................................................................9-A170 Teledyne LeCroy (quantumdata) .........10-Q116, 5-S85 12-P65 12-P64

13-B110 13-B108 13-B106 13-B104 13-B102 13-B100

13-C104

13-C110

13-B90 13-B80

13-C80

13-B85

13-C75

13-C102 13-C100

13-D110 13-D108 13-D102

14-K80

14-N300

13-D100

13-E110 13-E108 13-E105 13-E100

13-F85

13-D80 13-D83

13-F80

13-E80

13-A75

13-F75

13-E75 13-C70

13-A70

13-F90

13-D85

13-B70

13-D72

13-C68

13-E72

13-D70 13-D71

13-F73

13-E70

Teleste Corporation.......................................................1-Q65

13-F72 13-A60

Televic Conference .....................................................3-A136 12-P63

13-B65

13-B68

13-C60

13-C65

13-D60

13

Eu Ent

13-E65 13-F70

Temas Technology............................................13-C100 12-N65

12

12-P61 Tempest Lighting, Inc ................................................... 5-V37

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

Education Technology

Texas Instruments .....................................................1-N130 12-N44

Toucan Systems ................................................14-H170

The12-N37 Trade Company B.V. distributor of SunBriteTV ......

Transtech LED Co., Ltd.............................................. 8-E180

12-N40 ............................................................................................8-H314

Triad Speakers Inc......................................................1-N122

12-P60

12-N50

12-N36

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

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

Trinnov Audio ..................................................................5-U72

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

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

Tripleplay Services Ltd............................................. 12-F73

Thinklogical.................................................................10-R110

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

TRIUMPH BOARD a.s.................................................13-A85

Thinknx ..........................................................9-F170, 9-D182

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

TruAudio......................................................................10-N114

Tianjin JOSEN Technology Co., Ltd.................. 12-C60

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

TrueConf.......................................................................11-A102

TMB ..................................................................................7-N222

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

Trueform Digital...................................................8-F365

TOA Electronics Europe GmbH .............................7-S190

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

TSL Products................................................................ 12-F52

TomWare........................................................................ 8-F368

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

TSL Systems.........................................................12-F67

Tonar international b.v. and Allitone b.v.b.a......... 5-V72

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

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

tonwelt GmbH............................................................. 8-M180

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

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

TORUS POWER............................................................5-R125

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

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

Toshiba Business Display Solutions ......................5-R30

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

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

Total Technologies, Ltd. ............................................7-S172

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

12-N35

2-A48

14-M244

14-K110

Totem of Design ..........................................................8-K354

12-H31

2-A51

14-M246

14-K112

TOTEM Acoustic ........................................................10-P124

12-F33

2-A53 14-M254

14-M224

Tesla12-N45 .................................................................................9-B170

12-E30

14-K150

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

......................................................................14-A100, 14-A120

Starleaf .....................................................11-C140, 11-D150 12-F34 12-E36 12-H36 12-K36

14-K154

14-H120

14-M230

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

12-F36 Stardraw.com Ltd.....................................................14-K100

14-H130

14-K142

Stampede Presentation Products, Inc ............................... 12-K40

2-A52 2-A55

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

14-C100 14-C103

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

12-H40

14-M260

14-M236 14-B100

14-A100

Tense12-N57 Top Design Switches BVBA .......................................

Starpoint Distribution............................................... 7-M217

12-C31

14-D120

14-C134

Stage Tec GmbH.................................................7-W190 12-F45

12-F38 StarBoard Solution GmbH ....................................13-C104 12-E38

12-C40

14-B130 14-B132 14-A120

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14-H150

14-H140

14-B138 14-B140

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12-F40

12-C45

14-D150

14-C155

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12-F72

14-B150

14-K164

14-A140

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14-H152

14-B165 14-B155 14-B160

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13-N100 OFFICE

Sound Control Technologies ............................... 11-D141 Soundwin Network Inc. ......................................6-F162

12-C82

14-A160

14-M270 14-K174

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

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

12-E90

12-D93

14-H155 14-B170

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

12-N100

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10-P115

14-M280 14-H170

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

10-Q118 10-Q116 10-R114

Sony ....................................................................................1-N20 12-D91

12-C85

10-R110 10-R118

3-A75

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

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

14-A180

14-B136

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

Sonic11-D102 Foundry,11-F104 Inc. ....................................11-D130, 2-A42 Sonodyne Technologies Pvt Ltd.............................7-X182

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Sonance.............................................................................1-N80

11-B102

14-A182

TDG Audio......................................................................5-S126

11-G118

11-D111

11-D113

14-H200

14-D250

10-S114 TDC Polska sp. z o.o..........................................14-A140

Sommer Cable GmbH ..............................................1-N117 11-C110

10-P116

14-K190

14-G200

TCI GmbH......................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 10-N114

10-K110 SOLTEC .........................................................................11-B102 11-F111

14-C210

10-S122 TCI Cables .......................................................................7-V242 10-P122

11-G120

3-A50 14-N330

14-M288

10-P124 10-S123 TB Speaker Co., Ltd. .........................................14-H140

SOLEDGE .......................................................................5-U102

14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

10-P126 Tau Audio Solutions ......................................................3-C87

11-G132 10-K121 Snowhite Display 11-D130 11-F130 Technology Co. ........................5-U132

11-B130

10-N134

10-P132 Tasker................................................................................1-M16 10-S125

10-K118

14-N340

14-K194

14-C200

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

10-N142

11-D141

B140

10-R146

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3-A80

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11-F146

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

10-P149

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Smart City Terminal Technology Co., Ltd ......8-D295

TAG10-N148 / HORTUS AUDIO................................................7-T210

10-N146

3-A85

14-M297 14-M295

14-A185

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

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

14-M298

14-K195

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

Signagelive....................................................................8-K232

3-A110

3-A100

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

9-D160

9-B162

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

Sidev ................................................................................5-R100 9-D172

9-D175

9-B172 9-B170

3-A107

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

9-E178

9-A170

9-A160

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9-B185

9-A174

9-A166

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Valcom .............................................................................7-T190

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Z-Wave Alliance........................................................... 9-D160

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

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

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

ZAMEL Sp. z o.o. ................................................10-K125

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

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

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

Zappiti............................................................................. 1-M124

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

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

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

ZebraTouch........................................................... 6-E152

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

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

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

ZeeVee............................................................10-N151, 2-A42

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

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

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

Zhuhai Lenscen Electric Co., Ltd..............................1-E62

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

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

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

ZyCast Technology Inc. ............................................. 8-E310

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

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

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

Zykronix International Group ................................. 9-F140

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

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

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

Zytronic ........................................................................... 8-E350

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

X Xantech..............................................................................1-N53 Xilica................................................................................ 7-M225 Xilinx...............................................................................14-B132 XTA Electronics Ltd./MC2 Audio ............................7-V160

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Audio networking associations outline ISE 2017 plans The latest developments surrounding audio networking standards will enjoy a high profile throughout ISE 2017. David Davies spoke to some of the key standards organisations about their plans for the show Technology: AES70 Organisation: OCA Alliance The OCA Alliance – the trade association supporting the development, implementation, and promotion of Open Control Architecture, also known as OCA and standardised as AES70 – will demonstrate new examples of how this technology is evolving. On its stand (7-V250) the OCA Alliance is showcasing multiple examples of AES70/OCA in action, including: hardware and software reference designs; new web-based GUI interfaces for AES70/OCA solutions; a demonstration of the synergies of AES67 and AES70 for creating complete media networking solutions; and integration examples of selected products implementing AES70/OCA available on the market today. Marc Weber, chair of the OCA Alliance marketing working group, commented: “In addition

to our extensive technical and product demonstrations on the booth, industry experts from leading OCA Alliance member manufacturers will be on hand to answer questions about the past, present and future of open control standards development, throughout the duration of the show.” Technology: AES67 Organisation: Media Networking Alliance (MNA) The AES67-promoting alliance is sponsoring a series of AES67 technical sessions throughout the show. These include a number of presentations at the Audio Solutions Theatre (in Hall 7); a discussion panel (‘How AES67 Can Serve You and Your Networked System Designs’ (D507, 16:00-18:00 today) as part of the InfoComm MasterClass Programme; and ‘AES67 Networking Lab; How to Leverage

AES67 to Integrate Multiple Networked Audio Systems (D403, 10:00-12:00 today) – a two-hour InfoComm Application Lab featuring a live AES67 interoperability demonstration incorporating Dante, RAVENNA, Q-LAN and Livewire+ devices on a single network. Remarking on the strategic objective of the MNA’s programme of events, Martin Barbour, co-chair of the MNA Marketing Working Group, explained: “ISE is a huge event and we have gone to great lengths to develop a range of AES67-focused presentations, discussions and training, in order to increase awareness, understanding and technical capabilities in the marketplace. 2017 is set to see the introduction of some very key products from a broad range of manufacturers supporting AES67, so our ISE programme is built to support that growth.”

VOXPOP What do you see as the most

significant developments in the pro audio landscape?

Over the last few years, the most significant additions to quality audio amplification have been full control, sustainability and the all-round use of technology. Digital audio systems are now completely integrated; the sound engineer also has to be a network specialist. Digital audio networks and advanced remote control features are considered to be a commodity. The market is looking for equipment that can seamlessly integrate into this digital environment.

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Cloud collaboration is making it easier for pro-audio professionals to compose, record, edit and mix projects from any location in the world. Avid Cloud Collaboration for Pro Tools, for example, is radically changing the way people work and is opening up new creative possibilities by enabling audio professionals anywhere in the world to work together on the same project, as if they were working together in the same studio.

Tom Cordiner Senior VP, global sales, Avid Stand: 7-V215

Seeing further integration of existing powering/ processing/ connectivity technologies, further development of improved directivity control (noise-pollution laws getting more stringent) and acceptance of new transducer and reproduction technologies.

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

Technology: AVB (Audio/Video Bridging) Organisation: AVnu Alliance Patrick Prothe, AVnu Alliance Pro AV Segment Chair and marketing communications director for Biamp Systems, told us: “Brand-neutral education for end-users is a top priority for AVnu Alliance at ISE, as is advancing interoperability among pro-AV devices. We are focusing resources on supporting our members in their efforts to drive AVnu and the AVB/TSN ecosystem forward. We hosted a three-hour InfoComm MasterClass on AVB/TSN on Tuesday in response to the programme organisers’ request for more non-manufacturer-sponsored education on the topic. “Since we already have all of the largest professional loudspeaker and AV manufacturers as members and we aren’t seeking to grow awareness among manufacturers, we decided not

to have a booth at the show. Our members will highlight the developments they have made in regards to AVB/TSN. We are collaborating with members to create manufacturer tools that will improve the operation, design and implementation of these standards across the entire ecosystem. In 2016, AVnu saw a lot of progress growing the AVB/TSN ecosystem and network infrastructure including AVnu Alliance member Cisco announcing the availability of AVB switches. At Biamp, we announced TesiraLUX in June, which transports video over an AVB/TSN network. We are excited to share that this will be shipping this quarter.”

OCA Alliance: 7-V250 Biamp: 3-A75 Cisco: 11-C120

Power players MERIDIAN AUDIO The Meridian 258 is a dedicated rack-mount eight-channel power amplifier that can be integrated with any existing passive loudspeaker system. Meridian Audio says the highperformance cold-running Class D amplifier is suitable for a wide range of applications and delivers more than 100W per channel into 4 ohms. The 258 is 1U high and carries a five-year manufacturer’s warranty. As with all Meridian products, it is manufactured in the UK. Stepping up, the Meridian 857 is a reference two-channel power amplifier delivering 500W per channel into 4 ohms. The Hi-Res Audio amplifier, bridgeable to over

1.5kW, is available as a dedicated rackmount variant. The 857 incorporates a totally new design based upon extensive research, says the company, which claims the amp to be ‘tremendously powerful with an incredibly low noise floor’. In similar fashion to the 258, the 857 has been specifically designed to work with any audio product, so that dealers can include Meridian Hi Res-enabling technology with their client’s preferred brand of loudspeaker.

Stand: 7-Q214 The eight-channel Meridian 258 can be integrated with any existing passive speaker system

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Covering all the angles

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The FXA Series of angled baffle architectural series speakers for in-ceiling and in-wall applications has been introduced. All FXA Series speakers feature an ultra-discreet edge detail that appears virtually flush once installed. Within this new line-up, two choices of tweeters are available. Models with a single beryllium tweeter, with timbre matched to the James BE Series speakers, are simply referred to as the FXA Series. Also available are versions that utilise the James proprietary Quad

New products and updates to scale up the NEO system are being presented by LDA. The compact allin-one PA/VA system is EN 54-16 certified and EN 60849 compliant, offers high-quality audio PA and background music, and has a webbased control option with SIME Software. The 2U unit features eight independent power amplifier channels of 120W or four channels of 250W, a 40x1024 Digital Audio Matrix, five analogue and 32 digital external audio inputs, and sevenband parametric equalisation per inputs and outputs. Expandable up to 1,024 zones, it offers high-quality, real-time audio over Ethernet (48kHz, 24 bit), a dual-message player with 4GB of internal memory, line supervision and back-up amplification and a touchscreen for easy direct control.

NEO also benefits from an advanced event configurator and allows phased evacuation. On the LDA stand, visitors are able to see how easy it is to control and monitor several LDA NEO systems distributed in different sites by using SIME Control software. New options for scaling up the NEO system include NEO-Extension 8250, which brings a zone controller and amplifier for eight more zones, providing eight channels of 250W @100V; NEO-Extension 4250 for four more zones, providing four channels of 250W@100V. There’s also NEO-Extension 4500, which adds a zone controller and amplifier for up to four more zones, providing four channels of 500W@100V or two channels of 1,000W@100V. NEO also is now ready for EN54 installations for VA sound reinforcement with the NEOExtension 4500L.

JAMES LOUDSPEAKER

Array Tweeter, featuring four 0.75in aluminium dome tweeters delivering wide coverage and high output. These models, adorned with the FXAQ moniker, are timbre-matched to James QX and QXC models. Each FXA and FXAQ speaker features dual 3in mid-range transducers mounted along with the tweeter on a 30º baffle angled towards the listening area. Two 5.25in woofers are mounted on an adjacent angled baffle designed to reduce early reflections from the mid/high baffle and to provide rich, accurate bass response.

The woofers are designed with aluminium cones, Santoprene surrounds and die-cast baskets for use in outdoor/marine environments. Enclosures are constructed of aircraft/ marine-grade aluminium and include aluminium white paintable grilles. Custom colours and 70V versions are available upon request. For home cinema applications, the FXA series can be used as L/C/R or surround solution for in-wall or inceiling, allowing downward coverage adhering to the specifications required for Dolby Atmos, Auro-3D and DTS:X.

Stand: 7-P210

Stand: 7-M215 Each FXA and FXAQ speaker features transducers and tweeter angled towards the listening area

Compact line goes full-range K-ARRAY Presenting its new full-range speaker line, Domino, is K-array. These compact stainless steel speakers with plug-andplay capabilities do not require presets and can be driven by any amplifier, and are highly suitable for applications with subwoofer restrictions. The new line consists of three models. The KF26 is the smallest

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of the trio, less than 12cm deep. It is comprised of a 6in and a 2in neodymium magnet woofer coaxially mounted, plus one 6in passive radiator to extend the bass response. It has a selectable impedance (8/32 ohms) and 90° horizontal and vertical coverage. Designed as a passive speaker, the KF26 can be transformed into a self-powered speaker just by inserting the specific amplifier

accessory, KA1-FF. The KF210 is the mid-sized option, with a 10in and a 3in neodymium magnet woofer coaxially mounted in addition to a 10in passive radiator. It too has selectable impedance and wide vertical and horizontal coverage. The largest, most powerful Domino model is the KF212. Comprised of a 12in coaxial transducer with a titanium dome and a 12in passive radiator, the KF212 is said to be an ideal solution for clubs and lounges to live concerts.

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KNX boost for multi-user audio REVOX Version 2.0 of the Revox Multiuser System has been enhanced with new functions and customising options. The Swiss audio company says that thanks to personal profiles, each user can access their personal favourites everywhere in the house, whether from playlists on the audio server or from favourite internet radio stations. The Revox Multiuser System distributes the audio signals from central sources throughout the entire house over Ethernet, synchronised and in the highest audio CD quality. The user-centric operating concept makes use of an app for iOS or Android to browse through content and to control the whole system. Revox also offers operation through a classic infrared remote control and customisable wall-mounted operator panels. Audio streaming offerings such as Spotify or Deezer together with Apple TV, Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV can also be integrated in the multiuser system. Thanks to a new KNX Gateway, the Revox Multiuser System can now be integrated into an intelligent building automation system. Light scenes,

combined with appropriate sounds, can be called at the press of a button or greeting scenarios can be stored with the music that welcomes users to the house. The Revox Multiuser System has four timers per room. The wake-up time, the day of the week, the source

and the volume can all be configured individually by each user. The timers can also be activated or deactivated via KNX.

Stand: 7-N176 Revox Multiuser System can be controlled through an app for smartphones and tablets

Debut for Tactus PEAVEY COMMERCIAL AUDIO Crest Audio, a division of Peavey Commercial Audio, has partnered with Waves to create the Tactus Digital Mixing System. The modular touchscreen-based system consists of both hardware and software components incorporating the Waves eMotion LV1 software. The Waves eMotion LV1 mixer application runs on a Windows PC or Mac with one, two or three multi-touch screens. Utilising Waves Soundgrid audio network protocol, Tactus comprises three hardware units, with each addressing the input and output, monitoring and control, plus synchronisation requirements of audio signals at the stage and front of house points. The modular system, which interconnects via standard gigabit Ethernet cabling and an internal gigabit switch, allows multiple configurations in a range of channel counts to best suit each application. The Tactus hardware is composed of the Tactus.FOH, the audio processing core for the system, and the Tactus.Stage, a 32-in/16-out remote stage box. Tactus.Control is a tactile motorised fader board. It complements the eMotion LV1 touchscreen by providing moving faders, lighted buttons and knobs for the most commonly used functions. It has 16Ch. + 2 Master motorised faders, with Mute, Cue and Select buttons along with a multi line scribble strip display.

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Cool Quattrocanali makes debut POWERSOFT The Quattrocanali Series has been launched at ISE 2017 by Powersoft. The 1RU four-channel amplifier platform features a switch-mode power supply with power factor correction, smart rail management and bridgeable switchmode fixed frequency Class D output circuit topology. The series includes three models: the 1,200W per channel @ 8 ohm Quattrocanali 4804 (offering 1,500W per channel @ 2 ohm and 3,000W bridged @ 4ohm); the 600W per channel Quattrocanali 2404, which additionally offers 800W per channel @ 2 ohm and 1,200W bridged @ 4 ohm; and the Quattrocanali 1204, offering 300W per channel @ 8 ohm, 500W per channel @ 2 ohm and 1,000W bridged @ 4 ohm. The switching mode power supply enables the Quattrocanali to be fitted inside a 1RU enclosure. This means that more amplifiers may be carried in a single shipment, reducing CO2 emissions generated by moving large volumes across the world. In addition, the company claims the design reduces the need for external outboard, while a low thermal dissipation rating makes the use of external cooling superfluous. Powersoft further

claims these features enhance Quattrocanali’s performances by recycling the otherwise wasted speaker reactive energy, delivering more stable power throughout the spectrum. Quattrocanali is available in DSP and nonDSP versions, both fully remote controllable via standard GPI/O connections on the back panel, Powersoft’s proprietary Armonìa software, dedicated web app, or third-party application. Marc Kocks, business development manager for fixed install, Powersoft, said: “The new Quattrocanali series meets the requirements for small and medium applications where channel count is limited, but the need of a flexible product to work with Hi-Z and Lo-Z systems is a must.”

Stand: 7-K180, 7-V200 The new Quattrocanali series is particularly aimed at small installations, such as leisure venues and retail spaces

Racked up for safety ASL

D-series transformer-free amplifiers in 2U of rack space. D-series amplifiers have been The Vipedia is a rack-based EN54 solution designed to be as environmentally friendly and currently on show at ISE 2017, offering a power-efficient as possible. Automatic sleep combination of professional audio processing mode operates 24/7 – the amps run on ultraand voice alarm reliability. Also on show is low power consumption during quiet periods the new Vipedia Control Protocol (VCP), a new and are only activated when they are needed. text-based control interface. Integrated EN54-4-compliant battery chargers The Vipedia-12 router forms the heart of remove the need to house a separate charger ASL’s Vipedia solution. It takes care of every and provides enough current to charge the part of the system, from monitoring of the system to full capacity with ease. loudspeakers and microphones, to routing of The Vipedia-12 has been designed messages to many zones simultaneously. so that several units can be seamlessly It features on-board message storage, linked together over fibre to form a large DSP-based audio processing, Dante audio distributed system. With multiple racks networking and EN54 certification. in various locations networked together, The V2000 mainframe houses up to ten complete control can be maintained over huge distances, according to ASL. VCP enables source selection and volume adjustment from any device capable of sending simple ASCII text over IP. Typical examples include touchscreen devices from VITY, Crestron and AMX. ASL’s rack-based EN54 solution comprises of Vipedia-12 routers and V2000 amplifiers Stand: 7-E225

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distribution over mobile devices, Audac sought to expand the series with these compatible components. The new PRE-series also comes with mute functionality. Each output has contacts that can suppress all non-priority music sources in case of closure, allowing the pre-amps to link to autonomous alarm systems. Tom Van De Sande, marketing manager, Audac,

said: “At Audac we have a long history of innovation. It is exactly 15 years ago that we launched the world’s first web-based matrix system. It is this constant process of innovation that has put Audac on the map of the international audio market. So, what we do today with our PRE-series is something we’ll do with another series tomorrow.”

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Liftmaster mic winch on the rise GELLA Previously only supplied under special contract, the Liftmaster microphone winch product family has been introduced as a standalone product. Microphone winches are intended for installation on spotlights, gridirons, and in upper ceiling spaces. Installation company Gella has been in the business of supplying stage technologies, acoustic engineering, and complex systems for 15 years, but recognising the success of the Liftmaster, it has made the decision to start production and release the product to the market under the brand miclift. com. The company says this move will provide shipping and ready-made cases for engineers and planners, as well as support and service reorganisation. Initially, the Liftmaster microphone winches were engineered for positioning wired microphones at specific heights for recording and sound amplification. Additional speaker winches have been designed which allow the creation of virtual acoustic spaces with

adjustable parameters and geometry. The latest versions of the cable winches include optional cable rotation mechanisms, and can precisely position the microphone capsules in the horizontal plane. Robotised heads on adjustable rods allow the direction of a single microphone or a stereo pair to particular orchestra groups. The Liftmaster winch can communicate over IP networks, data management script protocols and the web via Ethernet. It is supplied with a self-test system and comes with a three-year warranty.

The RedNet A8R, a modular Ethernet-networked audio interface that harnesses the power of Audinate’s Dante digital audio networking system, is making its ISE debut. The 1U interface provides eight channels of analogue input and output, offering high-quality 192kHz/24-bit A-D and D-A digital conversion with up to 119dB dynamic range, plus two channels of AES/EBU digital I/O, to and from the Dante network.

The interface provides 24bit conversion at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192kHz sample rates (remotely selectable) and includes pull-up/down capability. Electronically balanced analogue audio I/O is provided on DB25 connectors wired to AES59 specifications. Internal signals are balanced throughout. Inputs and outputs are remotely configurable for 0dBFS = +18dBu or +24dBu signal levels. In addition, two channels of AES/EBU I/O are provided on XLR connectors, with sample rate conversion on the

input. The clock source for the unit may be internal, or external via Word Clock or DARS (via the XLR input). RedNet A8R also outputs Word Clock. RedNet A8R features power and network redundancy, with two separate universal (100– 240V) PSUs, which include IEC connectors with retaining clips, plus dual network interfaces on locking etherCON connectors. These ports can be configured remotely to redundant or switched (daisy-chain) mode.

Stand: 7-S180 The 1U RedNet A8R interface offers eight channels of analogue I/O and Dante digital audio networking

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Dante debut for Pan Beam The Pan Beam steerable loudspeaker now features a Dante networking option, which enables it to be operated with two independent audio streams (at up to 192kHz sample rates). A priority circuit in the speakers makes it possible to switch

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automatically between the two audio streams. Pan Beam loudspeakers are capable of extremely flexible steering, providing a near-constant and precise signal alignment and accomplishing consistent and high sound levels for all audience areas in large venues. The Dante option adds a secondary port, which can be used for redundancy or daisy-chain mode, in addition to the primary port. In the daisy-chain mode another Dante-enabled device, such as a digital stagebox, can be integrated into the audio network over a Pan Beam loudspeaker. All Pan Beam systems with the Dante option can be controlled over the audio network with the Pan Beam set-up software in real time. This also makes it possible to switch between the saved presets in the Pan Beam speakers.

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The mc²36 live mixing desk and all-in-one audio console is one of the stars of the Lawo stand. Also on show is Lawo’s RƎLAY Virtual Radio Mixer. The mc²36 features Lawograde mic preamps, a DSP micro-core with internal 512x512 port audio matrix and integrated I/O. It is natively equipped with RAVENNA/AES67 technology, and integrates into IP infrastructures. In combination with the Nova37 audio router and mc² Compact I/O stageboxes, multiple mc²36 desks can be combined for networked applications in live performance spaces, installed sound and houses of worship. RƎLAY VRX is a multi-touch enabled virtual mixing software that acts as a ‘virtual radio environment’, hosting software apps that eliminate the need for expensive hardware peripherals.

Taking advantage of computer virtualisation technology adapted from the IT industry, RƎLAY VRX lets engineers replace physical consoles, and entire racks of accessory gear, with a single desktop or laptop PC – with significant cost savings, according to Lawo. RƎLAY VRX4 (four-fader) and VRX8 (eight-fader) software can be used alone, or bundled with a Lawo OnAir 4 audio interface for

professional mic, line, AES3 and RAVENNA / AES67 I/O. A heavyduty RƎLAY backpack with space for a laptop, mic and headphones is included in these bundles. RƎLAY is pitched by Lawo as perfect for remote kits, field journalists, fast set-up of onlocation studios, webcasting and even replacing older studio hardware or as a permanent personal studio.

Stand: 7-V210 The mc²36 features Lawo-grade mic preamps, a DSP micro-core with internal 512x512 port audio matrix and integrated I/O

Collaborative effort for streaming audio STREAMUNLIMITED StreamUnlimited’s Stream810 – introduced to an international audience at ISE 2017 – is intended for flagship audio products, including low-power portable units. It was created to provide audio manufacturers with a more efficient and faster turnaround time from design to sale without compromising reliable streaming technology. It features NXP’s i.MX 7 Dual applications processor and Marvell’s advanced Avastar 88W8897 2x2 802.11ac and BT4.2 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) combo solution, as well as offering a combination of Google

Cast and StreamSDK software. Frits Wittgrefe, chief executive officer, StreamUnlimited, said: “The Stream810’s innovative design has already created traction within the audio community. We’re working with prestigious brand names to integrate Stream810’s technology into many products making their debut in 2017.” Martyn Humphries, VP of media applications processors, NXP Semiconductors, added: “The i.MX 7 Dual applications processor combines high processing throughput with energy efficiency, making it suitable for a wide range of portable and static audio products. Collaborating with StreamUnlimited

provides our customers with a reliable and fast-to-market solution, with the option of adding smart home functions in the future.” Kevin Tang, associate VP of marketing, wireless connectivity business unit, Marvell Semiconductor, added: “We are excited to collaborate with StreamUnlimited to provide a high-performing 802.11ac wireless solution for the rapidly growing connected audio market. Marvell’s wireless connectivity solution provides low-power, high performance to enable low-latency synchronisation for a seamless audio experience.”

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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

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HD mobile Span system NUREVA A full HD mobile Span system is being demonstrated at ISE 2017. The Nureva Span MC306i visual collaboration system, a full HD mobile cart, is purpose-built for Span software, which supports ideation, design, planning and other activities by groups that need to be immersed in visual information.

The mobile Span system integrates a full HD 1080p solidstate, interactive projector and a customer-supplied PC to transform almost any wall into a 1.88m-wide interactive workspace. Two or three carts can be linked together using Span software to produce 3.76m and 5.64m interactive digital workspaces.

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VariHite Screen Stand showcased TEAMMATE The VariHite Screen Stand, showcased by TeamMate, is an electronic height adjustable mobile or wall mounted screen stand. Compatible with both 55in and

84in Microsoft Surface Hub and up to 90in standard VESA mount displays, the VariHite Screen Stand has been designed to be as stable and robust as possible for deployments in corporate or educational spaces. It also features an in built 19in 150mm rack for

securing a PC or other AV equipment. The VariHite Screen Stand’s ergonomic plug and play design allows for use between various spaces, allowing users to collaborate and take the meeting anywhere.

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The mobile Span system integrates a full HD 1080p solidstate interactive projector and a customer-supplied PC

Solution for schools exhibited SHENZHEN DONVIEW ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO A new solution for educational establishments is being showcased here at ISE 2017 by Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology Co. The combination of the Donview-developed Propix laser projector and 145in interactive whiteboard allows the user to split the screen. The user can use PowerPoint and video, so students can explore ideas on one side of the screen, while annotating on the other. The touchscreen interactive whiteboards are available in sizes from 55in to 98in to meet all needs. Users can easily click

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on 10 frequently used shortcut keys to engage the software and manipulate the touchscreen. Additionally, the solution works with both the Windows and Android operating systems, and users can switch between them using one key. Users can also plug in different USB drivers or laptops to transmit the signal to the touchscreen on request. The Donview all-in-one touchscreen interactive whiteboards are already in use in France. Also, within Europe the company is offering a 24/7 online help desk, flexible aftersales support and free training, all tailored to local customers.

Recording and streaming solution launches VEO-LABS Veo Stream – a complete hardware and software solution for recording and streaming events, conferences and training courses – is being launched by Veo-Labs. Based on Veobox hardware, this solution is embedded in a complete mobile rack with two monitoring screens, audio mixer, full HD professional SDI box camera and wireless microphone. The user has just to connect a laptop and camera, and start the media recording and streaming session. Veo Stream goes further by proposing the publication of the video on its Open Veo web platform. Relying on the YouTube and Vimeo platforms, it allows live retransmission of media content without any limit on the number of viewers.

Also on its ISE 2017 stand is VeoLabs’ Veo Event, which the company says has been a great success in France for over a year thanks to its ease of use, mobility and practicality. In a university environment it saves time and money, the company notes, as the solution can be transported

from room to room and easily deployed. As part of its development, VeoLabs is looking for commercial agents for the UK and Germany during ISE 2017.

Stand: 13-B102 Veo Stream is a complete hardware and software solution for recording and streaming events, conferences, and training courses

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SMART BUILDING

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Smart buildings: the journey of a thousand miles has begun As IPv6 delivers the required capacity, interoperability will prove the next challenge for a successfully scaled-up Internet of Things, explains Ian McMurray 340 undecillion, 282 decillion, 366 nonillion, 920 octillion, 938 septillion, 463 sextillion, 463 quintillion, 374 quadrillion, 607 trillion, 431 billion, 768 million, 211 thousand and 456. Or, to put it another way: 340,282,366,920,938, 463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456. That’s the number of addresses that IPv6 will support. IPv4, its predecessor, supports a mere 4.3 billion addresses – which isn’t even enough for one for everyone in the world. The introduction of IPv6, however, isn’t about people – it’s about things. More precisely: the Internet of Things, or IoT. It’s estimated that, by 2020, there will be 50 trillion things – all communicating via the internet, and all needing a unique IP address. And the large majority of those things will be installed in smart buildings, whether residential or commercial. This year at ISE, the IoT is the centre of attention for those interested in building

automation as organisations like KNX, Z-Wave and ZigBee move to create the supporting infrastructure that will move HVAC, security, lighting and so on into a whole new space.

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS In October last year, KNX released KNX Web Services (KNX IoT 1.0) which implicitly acknowledges that a network that was previously in-house will rapidly become connected to the outside world. The Zigbee Alliance has been no less active, announcing that it is working with the Thread Group on an end-to-end solution for IP-based IoT networks. Meanwhile, in November last year, the Z-Wave Alliance began to address a significant concern for smart building users looking to the implications of an IoTcentric future when it announced that, from April, it would be mandatory for all products that are Z-Wave certified to have

implemented the new Security 2 (S2) framework. The industry has a challenge, however. The principle of things talking to each other is already well established – and, as such, the IoT isn’t so much about a new concept, but the massive scaling of a well-known one not only in the quantity of communicating devices but also in the type: ‘smart’ refrigerators and washing machines are already with us. It’s exactly how they will talk to each other in a completely seamless fashion that is the real challenge. It’s not just about KNX, ZigBee and Z-Wave, but also about WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth and 3G/4G networks – and about how emerging communications technologies such as Sigfox, LoRaWAN, 6LowPAN and so on will play into the solution. Throw into the mix Apple’s HomeKit and Google’s Brillo and Weave, for example, and the situation does not get less complex.

HUGE IMPETUS The impetus to solve the interoperability challenge is huge, because the payback is enormous in terms of the potential cost savings that can be delivered to businesses and home-owners alike, not to mention impact on the environment. Perhaps only slightly less important will be the development of powerful, sophisticated analytics engines that can truly make a difference to the financial performance of buildings – something that can make sense of the vast amount of data being collected and turn it into meaningful, actionable intelligence. And third: the steps already taken to improve the security of IoT-connected devices are important, but relatively small. The transition from self-contained building automation systems to systems that rely on the corporate network backbone is likely to receive significant attention from IT departments, who know that a

single insecure device can provide a back door into the company database. Commentators note that, when you put technology into things that didn’t have technology before, security challenges may be ones you haven’t previously imagined. But: as Lao Tzu famously remarked: a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. The Internet of Things is unquestionably a long journey, and significant progress is being made. It used to be said that the three keys to property value were location, location and location. With the advent of new generations of data-rich buildings, the new paradigm will likely see prospective buyers valuing information, information and information.

KNX: Stand 9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 Z-Wave Alliance: Stand: 9-D160

ABB-free@home is voice-activated KNX training on offer ABB / BUSCH-JAEGER Described by the company as a smart building automation solution, ABBfree@home is claimed to be intuitive to use. Lighting scenes are easy to set and individual timer programs can be entered to control heating and blinds. Individual room temperatures can be set from a central point, ensuring maximum energy efficiency, while time-linked activation of lighting and blinds can be used to simulate building occupancy. Dimmers and movement detectors can also be integrated within the overall system, with additional features such as a weather station. Control is via switches and displays, or by using a smartphone or tablet. Voice commands can be used, and the app can also give the user a reply. The ‘Actions’ menu enables various different processes in the smart home to be connected, based on the ‘if this happens, then do this’ principle. If

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the room temperature goes above 25°C, for instance, the blinds come down automatically. If the movement detector is triggered, the user receives an email or push notification on their smartphone. ABB-free@home Wireless is designed for renovation or modernisation programs, eliminating the need to undertake building

work. An existing network or an ad-hoc WiFi connection can be used to define and program the system functions: no special software is required. Alternatively, the new wireless modules can be used to extend an existing wired ABB-free@ home system by up to 64 wireless components.

Stand: 9-E200

DOMONETIO For ISE visitors looking to find out more about KNX – the OSIbased network communications protocol for building automation – Domonetio is taking the opportunity to promote the course it plans to offer in Barcelona on 6-12 March. The company is a certified KNX training centre, with offices in Spain, Ukraine and Colombia, and provides consulting services in home automation, training and product distribution as a specialised wholesaler of KNX technology. The course is designed to offer small groups of up to six students individual, specialised, intensive training in the KNX building automation system. Delivered by an experienced tutor, it focuses on the design, installation and commissioning of a KNX system. Participants will obtain the KNX

Partner or Advanced certificate. The course will also be combined with networking sessions among participants, KNX tutor and invited speakers, and will include a visit to a KNX installation. According to Domonetio, the course will combine work with pleasure: participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a ‘real taste’ of the Catalonian lifestyle, with events ranging from networking dinners in some of Barcelona’s leading Spanish restaurants, to a visit to Monsterrat Monastery, and the beautiful beaches of Sitges.

Stand: 9-A186

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Multiroom System Where are the biggest opportunities VOXPOP centralises management for our industry within the smart building market? LARNITECH

Next to IoT and big data, we believe that customercentric GUIs are a big opportunity for the industry. It still happens too often that a customer needs to use manuals to understand how a product or solution works. I believe that we have proven with a product like ClickShare, Barco’s wireless presentation system, that the GUI is king and less is more. Another opportunity is definitely that society will keep increasing the use of visualisation solutions, especially in virtual environments, and this will result in great opportunities. We are just at the beginning of what will become a gigantic new segment, just as wireless presenting has become over the last five years.

Gerben Van den Berg VP sales enterprise EMEA, Barco Stand: 12-F100

Interconnecting systems, possibly via the Internet of Things, will create many opportunities. We already link with building management systems and fire alarm systems, so that a pre-set range of informational messages are triggered and displayed across the network of screens in a building, controlled by our distribution solution. These range from directional guidance through to emergency procedures and they can all be programmed to switch on and off from one central location.

Mark Stanborough Sales manager EMEA & APAC, Cabletime Stand: 10-P116

Having an easy-tomanage system which is flexible, secure and can create robust usage and analytic reports, which can supply the user with the intelligence and insight needed to make informed decisions about purchasing, scheduling, resource allocation and workspace design. In turn this ensures that knowledge workers are more productive and organisations more efficient. The adoption of IoT in building management will also require integrated solutions to process and analyse the data in order to maximise the energy efficiency of smart buildings.

The Multiroom System from Larnitech is responsible for the sound and video environment throughout the whole home, allowing centralised management of audio and video sources. It is compatible with a number of sources including internet radio, media server files, DLNA and so on. It can also provide voice alerts to the user for intercom calls, incoming phone calls and sensorderived information among others. Motion sensors allow the system to respond to the listener’s location, automatically turning on sound in response to movement or turning it off when an empty space is detected.

Larnitech describes itself as a young and dynamic smart home developer from Germany, striving to provide high-quality and affordable smart home solutions. Visitors to the company’s ISE 2017 stand can play with smart home functions on Larnitech’s smart home model, as well as examine the various devices that are on display. There is also a plug-and-play section, which demonstrates how the company’s system automatically detects devices and allows the user to control them instantly. Larnitech’s range of solutions covers control of lighting, HVAC, security, multiroom and more.

Stand: 9-B162

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UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS EXHIBITOR NEWS AND PERSPECTIVES FROM AROUND THE SHOW

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Collaboration is cloud-based Unite solution is secure and seamless AVI-SPL

INTEL Systems integrator and solutions provider AVI-SPL is demonstrating the cloud-based services it offers to make company-wide collaboration easy between individuals and teams at remote offices. In late 2016, AVI-SPL earned Frost & Sullivan’s award for Best Video Conferencing Services, North America. That win was, the company believes, due in large part to the Symphony Management Platform, which AVI-SPL uses to monitor and manage rooms and devices, and launch video calls for clients. Through Symphony, AVI-SPL says it supports over 5,000 conferences each month. Symphony provides cloudbased management and monitoring of collaboration spaces and devices, and handles the scheduling of video collaboration calls. With Symphony, the company notes, it is possible to live stream high-quality video to any device, and record and share from video conferencing endpoints. In its official report on the win, Frost & Sullivan noted: “AVI-SPL’s approach to technology implementation hinges on a strategy that is comprehensive, yet flexible enough and targeted at organisations that are looking for a

Zettel: F&S award is “a testament to our team’s strategic innovation and performance” measured and practical approach to video conferencing.” AVI-SPL CEO John Zettel said: “The award is a testament to our team’s strategic innovation and performance.” The platform supports Unify ME VMR, an opex-based virtual meeting room service that enables users to connect with one another anytime, anywhere, from any device, combining web, video, and audio into the meeting experience. AVI-SPL also points out that it doesn’t require heavy investment in on-premise infrastructure or additional burdens on the IT department.

Stand: 11-A115

Communicating in the round POLYCOM

offers wireless pairing with many devices, and has built-in proximity RealPresence Centro was built with sensors to enable responsive and instinctual human behaviour in intelligent interaction. mind. People feel more comfortable Also featured is RealPresence communicating and collaborating in Medialign, which is described the round, so Polycom’s 360º voice as a turnkey Polycom Group and video technology automatically Series solution for multiple work tracks the speaker, while also environments, enabling consistent showing the entire meeting collaboration solutions across the space on the same screen. The enterprise without the need to alter RealPresence Centro solution also the room in any way. RealPresence Medialign RealPresence Centro is the outcome technology can be of Polycom research into meetings quickly assembled and installed without tools and interoperates with a broad array of UC platforms. It too features NoiseBlock technology, as well as Polycom Acoustic Fence audio technology, and Polycom EagleEye Producer and Polycom EagleEye Director camera technology.

Stand: 11-A117

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Aimed squarely at the rapidly growing market for collaboration solutions, Intel Unite combines an Intel Core vPro processor-based mini PC with the company’s software. It is designed to deliver virtually seamless collaboration from any location; fast, simple meeting starts; and to use existing wireless networks within the business to connect PCs to existing displays, projectors or interactive whiteboards. Peer-to-peer sharing capabilities allow users to collaborate outside the meeting room, and each can interact with the content and annotate the image in real time, and quickly and easily share files. With the Intel Unite solution, meeting organisers share a unique, rotating PIN with users to allow them to join a session quickly, with security

in mind. The PIN helps to identify proximity and owner, so organisers can determine who they will or won’t allow onto their corporate network. The data is encrypted with 256-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) ensuring that it remains in the conference network: the solution stays within the virtual walls of the business and is not dependent on additional vendor solutions.

Making the Intel Unite solution easy to deploy in corporate environments is key to ease of use, the company says, not only by end users but also by IT departments. Intel Unite software is designed to slot into existing IT client deployment models and client software distribution methods, offering convenience to IT.

Stand: 11-B140

Unite is designed to be easily manageable by IT organisations

Latest Windows software demonstrated TRUECONF Claiming to offer new possibilities for communication and collaboration in point-to-point video calls and multipoint conferences, TrueConf is showcasing Version 7.1 of its software for Windows. The new release includes a number of new features. During a point-to-point video call, for example, the user can now easily adjust his/ her video window to their liking by moving video within the application window, dragging it anywhere or minimising it.

When hosting a videoconference, the new release enables the user to control the cameras and microphones of conference participants, enabling common sound or video issues during a conference to be solved. The process of inviting user groups to the conference has also been simplified with the addition of the ability to right-click on the user group name to invite all the users of that group to the conference simultaneously. TrueConf 7.1 users can now upload and show PowerPoint slides during a conference.

Although the person showing the slides needs PowerPoint installed on his/her PC, users who are watching a presentation via their mobile, desktop, or browser client applications or via BFCP protocol in meeting rooms do not need it. The new software version supports a direct connect option in personal video calls, allowing users to communicate directly, bypassing the server. Offline chat support is also provided – sending messages automatically once a broken connection is re-established.

Stand: 11-A102

New VC room system on show YEALINK Described as the next generation of the company’s VC Series videoconferencing systems, Yealink is showcasing the VC800 Room System on its stand. Featuring the H.265/ HEVC codec and Opus audio codec as well as what the company claims is the industry’s most powerful MCU capability – it supports up to 25-party participation and can be divided into

two virtual meeting rooms – the VC800 can leverage the Yealink VC Cloud Management Service to support meeting scheduling and one-touch meeting access. The VC800 is an all-in-one design including a 12x optical PTZ camera, and is equipped with the company’s new 5in touch screen phone with two wireless expansion microphones. USB recording and playback are possible. The system provides two HDMI

outputs, an HDMI input, a miniDP input, line in, line out and two USB ports. Also on show is the VC110 allin-one huddle room endpoint. With 1080p30 video and content sharing and a 4x digital PTZ camera with a 75° field of view, it additionally includes a wireless DECT microphone. Power over Ethernet is supported, and available I/O includes HDMI and VGA.

Stand: 11-B100

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

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VOXPOP What changes do you envisage in the unified communications market in 2017? As more industries undergo digital transformation in 2017, new ways of working will become key. The rise of the huddle room and the integration of video into overall UC suites such as Skype for Business are two trends that will continue to accelerate. Video adoption rates in the enterprise and SMBs will rapidly increase as UC ‘islands’ are broken down. In addition, mobile- and PC-based video will grow as our work culture changes. Video-as-aservice is also expected to grow by 30% this year as organisations strive to enable teams to collaborate effectively in real time utilising an opex model.

The democratisation of video collaboration. Today, only 2% of all conference rooms have video. In the near future this will grow to 100%. You don’t question having a chair or tables in a meeting room, and this expectation will extend to enterprise-grade camera and audio systems. With one-touch joining of meetings and systems costing just a few thousand euros, high-quality videoconferencing will rapidly filter from the boardroom to every room. No more awkward huddling around a laptop or straining to hear an audioonly call!

Tim Stone Vice president, marketing, EMEA, Polycom Stand: 11-A117

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

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Research shows that over 75% of global businesses indicate they have a dedicated budget to implement UCC applications. One of the areas driving this growing interest is mobility. The main reason for IT departments deploying UCC remains business process improvement and supporting more flexible work styles for employees. These developments further increase the demand for enterprise features such as IP streaming and remote network capabilities, and therefore these features will become less of an afterthought when integrators and consultants are selecting appliances for UCC solutions.

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

According to the company, the TE20 requires only 512kbps ultralow bandwidth and has a high PLC (packet loss concealment) of 20%, ensuring a seamless user experience. For security, it provides media encryption, signalling encryption, and firewall traversal to meet enterprise customers’ requirements in an array of network environments.

The TE20 is described by Huawei as an all-in-one HD VC endpoint that is appropriate for small and mid-sized meeting rooms. It is designed for larger, more comprehensive meeting room scenarios than the TE10 which Huawei is also showing at ISE. The unit’s 1080p HD video works with Huawei’s next-generation low-illumination technology which Stand: 11-C110 the company says delivers vivid HD images in a range of meeting room environments. The TE20 features 5x and 12x optical zooming lenses with a wide angle of 80º. Enterprise users can, says Huawei, flexibly select product models based on meeting sizes to maximise their return on investment. The TE20 is appropriate for small and mid-sized meeting rooms

Happy 30th birthday VIEWSONIC Celebrating 30 years of being in business, Viewsonic, with its theme of ‘Simplifying Complexity’, is showcasing solutions designed to lower the barriers for the adoption of cutting-edge technology. ViewSonic is demonstrating its first 4K DLP projector, noting

that this is its highest-resolution projector to date. The company is also introducing a new line-up of CDM-series displays. Upgrades to its line of ViewBoard digital whiteboards, which are available in screen sizes of 75in and 86in, are also being unveiled. ViewBoard is designed to provide a simple yet effective approach to integrating technology into education and advertising.

Stand: 11-A132

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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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

Speaker: Rich Green, Rich Green Design

A new perspective on stampeding technologies, their importance, and how they can make you more profitable. Learn about dozens of new technologies that are emerging from the secret labs of Silicon Valley. Room D202

Room D301

Building Management Systems Integration Workshop Speaker: Dave Robinson, Sensible Heat

Room D302

Mastering Online Marketing Including 20 Website ‘Must-haves’ Speaker: Geoff Meads, Presto AV

14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

Integrating Voice Control for the Whole Home This course will discuss the available voice control options today, the current capabilities and limitations of the various technologies and take a close look at real world installations, with insights into how these projects were realised. Attendees will learn how they too can deploy voice recognition and provide clients with a fully customised experience, even in complex installations.

14:00-17:00 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Room D301

Design Thinking and Client Discovery Speaker: Rich Green, Rich Green Design

Are all your communications co-ordinated and serving an overarching plan or are they more sporadic and ‘opportunity’ based? This course looks at strategies for combining online marketing activities such as social media, email and website content to form a complete plan of attack. Stand 1-F21

Service and Support in the Year 2020

This workshop provides hands-on practice using the methods of design thinking for client discovery and needs assessment. Built upon the ‘Future Technologies: The Silicon Valley Scoop’ class, this workshop focuses on conducting client interviews by stressing communication techniques to discover true needs.

14:00-16:30 Price: €280 (members), €420 (non-members)

Room D303

Certification Exam Session

Speaker: Stuart Rench, ihiji

With connected device growth expected to hit 50 billion by 2020 combined with high bandwidth demands for streaming 8K content, service and support in the year 2020 will look very different. Adoption of remote monitoring and management solutions will be standardised, devices will be more intelligent, data will be richer and resolutions will be automated. Room D201

New Technologies Update

Speaker: Michael Heiss, M. Heiss Consulting Bringing you up to date on the latest technology trends including video content, display and distribution, audio format changes, connection and networking technologies, 4K, 8K and beyond, and how all of this will impact your business.

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

This course will look at the demands of working on board superyachts and how best to meet the expectations of the owners. It will explore the differences and similarities with high-end residential installations and how designs can be successfully implemented to create an outstanding user experience.

Speakers: Alex Capacelatro, Josh.ai; Tim Gill, Josh.ai

BMS is increasingly being found in many high-end residential properties. This course will explain what systems are typically covered by a BMS, and why there is a requirement for a dedicated specialist system, with its special HVAC functions and algorithms.

11:30-13:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Speaker: Vince McAtamney

Do you really know how much it costs to do the work you do? First, you create estimates to sell jobs, then you must track the costs of the jobs to know if you made a profit. This session will also help you determine the cost of your labour, including an adjustment for labour efficiency, so you can price jobs correctly.

10:00-10:20 Free

Disintermediation, today’s on-demand culture, VR, voice and IoT are just some of the technological drivers behind the profound changes our industry is currently going through. How will these issues and all the other technology and consumer trends that we will face join up and force us to adapt?

Designing the Intelligent Superyacht

Speaker: Leslie Shiner, The Shiner Group

09:30-12:30 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Speaker: Peter Aylett, Archimedia

14:00-15:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Understanding Labour Cost, Productivity and Efficiency

09:30-12:30 Price: €130 (members), €170 (non-members)

Stand 1-F21

Joined Up Thinking - Business Models and User Experiences in 2020

Future Technologies: The Silicon Valley Scoop

09:30-11:00 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

12:00-12:20 Free

Room D202

HDBaseT 18Gbps Solutions

Speaker: Joe Fletcher, HD Anywhere This class takes a close look at the HDBaseT 2.0 spec, and examines potential 18Gbps solutions for Ultra HD. It will also discuss bandwidth implications, source content, connectivity options, and overall system design requirements.

At ISE 2017, attendees have the opportunity to take the three main advanced certifications available - Electronic Systems Certified Technician (ESC-T), Electronic Systems Certified Designer (ESC-D), and Electronic Systems Certified Networking Specialist (ESC-N).

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D201

Achieving Success with LED Speaker: Sam Woodward, Lutron EA

Promising high efficiency, long life and many exciting new optical options, LEDs might be the wonder-technology that we’ve all been waiting for... However, the reality is that successful LED lighting installations require a deeper understanding of control techniques, dimming issues and system design.

16:00-17:30 Price: €75 (members), €90 (non-members)

Room D202

The Future of the Smart Home Industry: IoT vs Professionally Installed Systems Speaker: Philipp Schuster, Loxone

This session looks at the consumer demand for professionally installed, fully integrated smart home automation versus IoT devices. What will be the driving factor for mass-market adoption of professionally installed smart home solutions?

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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.

08:00-17:00 Price: €300/€430 (members), €430/€520 (non-members)

Room D408

CTS, CTS-I and CTS-D Exams Exam appointments will be allocated upon registration. You will receive an exam voucher and then the CTS exam must be applied for via Pearson VUE . Appointments also available on Friday.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D203

InfoComm MasterClass: Video Transport Methods Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications

This seminar will explore the cutting edge of AV technology in contemporary system design. The following topics will be explored: ‘The AV Payload’ - Application and Signal Considerations for Advanced Resolution Installations; ‘Point-to-Point’ - Connecting Devices with Scalable Solutions; and ‘Interactive, Mobile and Data’ - USB in AV. The course will wrap up with a detailed examination of USB as an AV connection concern.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D204

InfoComm MasterClass: Successful Projects Through Proper Requirements Gathering & Analysis Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International This session will talk about how to improve quality and reduce installation timelines. Come to class and build your framework on how to gather requirements and analysis, then design a system based on that information. This workshop will illustrate how to take these requirements and present them back to clients in a manner that will help minimise confusion and provide clear, attainable goals.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room G106

Interfacing Between IT and AV

Speaker: Volker Löwer, IFBcon; Rolf Mayer, IFBcon; Andreas Wippel, Supervisor Electronics & Conference at UNIDO For the second time, ISE will host a half-day seminar for IT and AV experts, focusing on the grey area between IT and AV in modern digital AV projects. The success of our first IT AV seminar in 2016 made obvious how important the clarifying of responsibilities and the communication between the IT and the AV experts are. This half-day seminar is curated by Stefani Renner and Dieter Michel. It points out typical pitfalls in joint AV IT projects, highlights the unique IT needs of AV systems and gives examples how to split or share the responsibilities between the two disciplines that are also often located in two different departments. Within the last decade, AV has become more and more IT based. AV projects build a new and fast growing business domain for IT companies. 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. This conference is aimed at both IT and AV experts. Session 1: Potential pitfalls at the interface between AV and IT technology in networked-based AV projects. Modern AV projects are increasingly based on networks which are common infrastructure in IT-environments. Often, company policy dictates that the IT-department shall manage company networks, even those that are dedicated to AV functionality. This can lead to issues and pitfalls at the interface between AV- and ITtechnology during panning, roll-out and the operational phase of a new AV system. Session 2: Concepts for Integrated Conference Systems at the UNIDO in Vienna. Andreas Wippel talks about his experience with the planning and operation of networked conference systems for the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and their co-operation with other UN organisations. Moderators: Dieter Michel & Stefani Renner

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)

10:00-12:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D403

How to Leverage AES67 to Integrate Multiple Networked Audio Systems

Speaker: Martin Barbour, Product Manager, Installed Systems, QSC, LLC; Andy Cooper, Manager Pro Audio Application, Yamaha; Andreas Hildebrand, Technology Evangelist, ALC NetworX, Greg Shay, CTO, The Telos Alliance Experienced trainers will take participants through the workflow of configuring audio streaming from one networked audio platform to another using AES67. Attendees will see how AES67 complements the various AoIP solutions including Dante, RAVENNA, Q-LAN and Livewire+ allowing for networked audio interoperability using standard IP networking techniques. Topics will include network configuration, stream setup in each of the platforms and troubleshooting.

10:00-10:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Meet Your Next Business Unit

Speaker: Bob Snyder, Channel Media Europe We are so busy running our businesses that we forget to change processes and just do what we have done before. But that doesn’t always work. Join this presentation on the widening of the pro AV business and how other system integrators have been successful.

10:30-10:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

How to be a Cloud Connection Champion

Speaker: Sam Woodward, Customer Education Leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA With the rise of the IoT (Internet of Things), connection to the cloud is a challenge that all integrators will need to solve. Learn how to achieve a simple and secure cloud connection for remote control of residential or commercial buildings.

11:00-11:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

You Get What You Measure

Speaker: Brad Malone, MA, PMP, Partner, Navigate Management Consulting How are all of your employees (including executives and managers) performing? The problem is they are probably acting in a way that supports how they are being measured. This session will cover: Defining key measures that drive the business towards its goals; Aligning those measurements to departments and individuals; Ensuring that the mechanisms for instilling competence are available, and the motivation structures are in place to manage and align behaviours; Establishing a managerial measurement structure which promotes and rewards aligned performance.

11:30-11:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Meet Your Standards Now

Speaker: Ann Brigida, CTS, CStd, Director of Standards, InfoComm International This brief informative session will introduce you to the current suite of InfoComm International standards. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of what standards exist, how to get your copy and how to use InfoComm International standards in your every day work.

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Stand 13-N100

Waarom is een projectiedoek nodig bij hoge resolutie projectie

Speaker: David van Etten, Product Manager Projection Screens EMEA bij, Milestone AV Technologies Wist u dat de meeste projectiedoeken of oppervlaktes de kwaliteit van de projectie sterk beïnvloedt en zorgt voor minder detail, kleur en contrast? Wij kunnen laten zien met microscopische beelden hoe een pixel reageert op verschillende projectiedoeken en wat voor projectiedoek nodig is bij hoge resolutie.

12:30-12:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Behind the 4K

Speaker: Adriano D’ Alessio, Country Manager, Italia, Lightware Visual Engineering Italia This session focuses on the challenges of 4K, explaining how display resolutions have evolved over the past few years and what bandwidth requirements they imposed on AV systems. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort v1.2 have both been designed to offer enough bandwidth – 18 and 21.6Gbps respectively – for 4K 60Hz RGB but very few devices have been designed with these interfaces. Until they become more widely available, HDBaseT and HDMI 1.4 can still offer enough bandwidth to support either a smooth 60Hz frame rate with colour subsampling or an RGB quality image with 30Hz frame rate.

13:00-13:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Surviving the Shakeout: How to Keep Up with the Advancing Digital Signage Life Cycle Speaker: Stephanie Gutnik, Director of Marketing and Business Development, BroadSign

In 2015, digital out-of-home generated revenue of US$3.22 billion and is set to reach US$5.05 billion by 2020 (PwC 2016). As the digital signage industry expands in size and revenue growth, media owners must ensure their products are keeping up with life cycle stage expectations to stay relevant. Surviving the Shakeout will address several key traits media owners should keep in mind during the current stage of the industry: network security, technological consolidation and creating a strong foundation to prepare for future adaptations.

13:00-15:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D403

Room D203

InfoComm MasterClass: Advanced Projection & Associated Standards Speaker: Greg Jeffreys, Director, Visual Displays Ltd

The ANSI/InfoComm International Projected Image System Contrast Ratio (‘PISCR’) Standard puts the experience of the viewer above all else - surely the most crucial consideration of any AV installation. In this interactive, hands-on session, you will learn about the InfoComm International/ANSI standard that defines PISCR and why everyone involved in AV should be familiar with it. Attend this seminar if you want your AV solutions to wow your viewers. You will find you can not only dramatically improve you existing installs but ensure that you achieve a reputation for the best possible result when commissioning new projects.

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room G106

Future of Integration

Panel: Julian Phillips, Executive Vice President, Whitlock; Daniel Rogers, AVI-SPL, Vice President, Global Channel & UC Partner Alliances; Bob Snyder, Channel Media Europe; Rob Bamforth, Quocirca; Paul Louden, Electrosonic Ltd 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. Session 1: Voices of the Customer: How AV Integration Should Adapt to the Modern Enterprise. Session 2: Converged Integration: Best Practices in the IT-ification of AV. Session 3: Why You Might Consider a Cloud Services Business. Moderator: Brad Grimes, InfoComm International

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D204

InfoComm MasterClass: Tuning the Room Part III - Acoustic Design: Striking Efficient and (When Necessary) Invisible

Speaker: Dirk Noy, partner / head of European office, WSDG

Network Tools

Speaker: Marcus Yarborough, CTS-I, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International In this session you will explore several helpful applications widely available for analysing and managing the network. A must for AV design and installation pros.

13:30-13:50 Price: Free

14:00-17:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Stand 13-N100

This MasterClass will explore a variety of new and improved acoustic treatments and discuss methods of implementing them to maximise their potential. Dramatic leaps in acoustic design and technology have permitted designers the luxury of providing clients with a myriad of options, tuning their rooms to optimal levels of musical, conversational clarity and quietude. These solutions are aesthetically pleasing, affordable and exceptionally effective.

14:30-14:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Connectivity Over the Long Distance

Twenty-Minute NAVS: Security Against Hackers

Speaker: Axel Kerber, Head of Technical Support, LINDY

Speaker: Stuart Willcocks, CTS-D, CTS-I, Audio-Visual Design Engineer, Google

This presentation will be dedicated to extension technologies that enable connections over long distances. It will teach you the cases in which it is not enough to use a long cable to transfer a signal over a long distance as well as what technologies, such as extenders and repeaters, can be used in addition to extend the maximum transmission distance of wired systems; especially in demanding and harsh environments without losing high signal quality. We will also provide an overview of different media and explain how to choose the most efficient extension technology in a specific case.

Security is paramount for today’s AV systems as hackers penetrate our market looking for new targets. Join this session to look at how hackers find a way into your AV systems.

14:00-14:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

How to Get Smart Data from Big Data

Speaker: Harry Horn, General Manager EMEA / VP of Global Marketing, SCALA Learn how to make use of big data volumes and how analytics can provide real-time information to make smarter decisions.

15:00-15:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Understanding Audio Networks from the IT Perspective Speaker: Kieran Walsh, Regional Manager of Global Support Services for EMEA, Audinate, InfoComm International

As the worlds of AV and IT continue to merge, it is critical that AV managers understand what IT managers care about when managing their network. Conversely it is important that IT managers understand the impact of AV solutions they too are considering. This session will explore audio networking solutions from the IT perspective, diving into the protocols that are used, the impact on bandwidth and network configuration best practices.

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This year’s line-up of informative and inspiring Show Floor Theatre sessions is bigger than ever

10:00-10:30 PICK OF THE DAY Open technology: one system, one market, the world, 400 manufacturers Jose Maria Morcillo, Domonetio – see description of 14:30 session

13:30-14:00 The embedded voice of smart buildings Bob Katz, CEO, Revolution Acoustics

14:00-14:30 Smart technology as part of care provision support

10:30-11:00 Solutions for LEED strategies

Paul Foulkes, director, Echohouse Energy

Jesus Arias, KNX Solutions, KNX Association cvba

STAND: 9-F155

14:30-15:00 PICK OF THE DAY Open technology: one system, one market, the world, 400 manufacturers

11:00-11:30 Smart solutions from ise

Danny Zeiler, sales, ise Individuelle Software-Entwicklung

Jose Maria Morcillo, Domonetio

11:30-12:00 Multiroom in a modern smart home system

Jose Maria Morcillo discusses KNX. Today KNX enables communication between more than 370 manufacturers, each of them specialised in one or more functionalities: security, audio/video, HVAC, touch panels, system devices, and so on. KNX is the worldwide standard for home and building control and one of the leading technologies in multi-manufacturer systems integration.

Andriy Borovskiy, Larnitech

12:00-12:30 ONELAN delivers smart building dashboard in UK university

Ian Mason, AV systems analyst , Warwick University; and Zoe Batt, ONELAN

12:30-13:00 PICK OF THE DAY Attracting and retaining millennials in the workplace of the future – today Rich Blakeman, VP of global alliances and partnerships, Four Winds Interactive

We all know millennials are the future of the workforce. Except: that future is here - now. What are you doing to engage and retain this ever-growing segment of your employees? Hear from FWI’s Rich Blakeman, VP of global alliances and partnerships, as he describes how Four Winds Interactive uses visual communications to boost employee engagement to almost 80% and reduce turnover - all of this with a workforce that is more than 50% millennials. See how digital technologies can be deployed for employee communications and engagement initiatives, with dramatic results. Understand the role that visual communications plays in attraction and retention through corporate transparency.

InfoComm sessions

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15:30-15:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Design School: Audio Equipment Selection, by Specs

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International How do we use all of those ‘numbers’ to select the best piece of equipment for the job? What are the most important ‘numbers’ to consider when specifying equipment? We discuss the application of equipment specifications sheets.

16:00-18:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Dipl.Ing. (FH) Christian Kimmig, managing director, FachWerk Medien- und Gebaudesystemtechnik

15:30-16:00 System integration in the IoT world

Bernhard Huessy, co-founder & CEO, nomos system AG

16:00-16:30 The art of winning more projects

Mark Warburton, technical director, Ivory Egg. (Presented by KNX)

16:30-17:00 Voice-enable all the things with Alexa

Sebastien Stormacq, senior solutions architect, Amazon Alexa

16:00-18:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D507

How AES67 can Serve you and your Networked System Sesigns Speakers: Martin Barbour, QSC, LLC; Andreas Hildebrand, ALC NetworX; Greg Shay, The Telos Alliance; Ethan Wetzall, Bosch; Terry Holton

We discuss practical applications of AES67 and how that affects our industry today and in to the future; how AES67 complements existing AoIP solutions allowing for greater diversity; plus how AES67 is being utilised in adjacent video applications and standards. Moderator: Rich Zwiebel, QSC

Room D403

What’s In That Wire? Dissecting the AV Connection – A Powerful Look At Bus Power Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications

This course will help you avoid the most common pitfalls of bus powered AV solutions and ensure that your system delivers quality, dependable performance. In this two-hour live demonstration lab, participants will be guided through a series of demonstrations, observations and measurements that will illustrate the need to parse bus power demands at every level of system design in order to ensure operational integrity.

16:00-16:20 Price: Free

15:00-15:30 Theory of MIDIS system applied in the field of intelligent buildings

Stand 13-N100

16:30-16:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute Installation School: Properly Structuring Your Gain

Speaker: Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm International This session will take some of the ‘mystery’ out of properly setting up your gain stage. We will discuss the unity method and how ‘0dBu’ is the key.

17:00-17:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Introduction to Audio DSP

Mehr Bandbreite, mehr Reichweite, mehr Performance. Zuverlässige LWL-Lösungen für AV-Signale

Speaker: Chris Jay, CTS, EMEA Trainer, Crestron

Speaker: Axel Kerber, Leiter Technischer Support, LINDY

An introduction to audio DSP, discussing audio DSP applications, signal IO, processing, audio quality, and DSP programming along with control and integration in to real world AV solutions.

Ein Leitfaden, unter welchen Aspekten und Kriterien eine LWL-Lösung zum Erzielen hoher Reichweiten für AV-Signale auszuwählen und zu dimensionieren sind. Das Webinar vermittelt einen Überblick über LWL-Extender-Produkte.

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14:30-15:00 True AV/IT convergence, sharing the same network

11:00-11:30 Sense, target, interact, report: the future of DOOH

15:00-15:30 PICK OF THE DAY The challenges of integrating technology with human behaviour and business needs

Justin Kennington, director of strategic and technical marketing, AptoVision

Diana Woellmann, product manager solutions, LANG AG

Dr Roberto Valenti, co-founder and CTO, Sightcorp

STAND: 8-D360

Tom Colman, applications engineer, Shure UK

11:30-12:00 Codecs are like ice cream?

Tom Colman discusses how new audio technology can enhance your communication and become a major business asset by addressing the void between what technology expects us to do and the reality of our instinctive behaviour.

Roger McArdell, chief technology officer, Ashton Bentley

12:00-12:30 Ethernet: the new (and better) matrix switch Kamran Ahmed, CEO & co-founder, AptoVision

15:30-16:00 Future control room design: the role of technology

13:00-13:30 Best of digital signage retail projects and connected experience? New York City flagship stores 2016/17

16:00-16:30 Making in-house video production more affordable

Florian Rotberg, managing director, invidis consulting

14:00-14:30 Reinventing the meeting room Arjan Haverkamp, Crestron

Jamie Adkin, VP sales manager EMEA, Adder Technology

Will Waters, director of product marketing and sales enablement, NewTek

16:30-17:00 IOT billboard solutions to drive your LED media expansion Simon Chen, CEO, QSTECH

11:00-11:30 Wireless microphones in the new spectrum landscape

11:00-11:30 Why do my LED lamps flicker, and how to stop it!

Wolfgang Bilz, senior manager product management, applications & regulatory affairs, Shure Europe

Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

11:30-12:00 Mixing and recording stage productions with Avid VENUE live sound solutions

11:30-12:00 Smart home and IoT: changing business models

Paul Williams, sr. VP of product management, Control4

Rob Allan, AVID

STAND: 7-Z160

12:00-12:30 Loudness compliance in an AES67 equipped facility

Markus Hintz, VP, global sales and business development, TV Solutions Group of the Telos Alliance

13:00-13:30 Red Rocks Amphitheater: creating a sound monitoring solution by using software-based installed sound solutions Rich Zwiebel, founding principal, K2 Audio

12:00-12:30 Distribution technologies for flexible processing and routing of AV signals Chris Shipley, product manager AV technologies, LINDY

13:00-13:30 Generate RMR by transforming the post-sale service experience TBC, ihiji

13:30-14:00 The benefits of Smart Chair technology

13:30-14:00 The future is ‘Hear’. Three trends shaping remote collaboration and audio technology is answering the call

Gabi Wolper, Custom Home Europe

14:00-14:30 Conferencing systems from Bose

Filipe P. / Guilherme K., CTO / CSO, The Specialists Group LLC

David Martin, executive chairman and CTO, Nureva Inc

Darryl Bryans, product line manager, Bose Professional

14:30-15:00 The influence of power on the whole AV system Keith Martin, CEO, Isotek Smart Power

15:00-15:30 Crestron advances in commercial audio TBC, Crestron

15:30-17:30 ISE 2017 Stand Design Awards EXHIBITION Magazine

14:00-14:30 Residential systems programming: how to be effective, efficient and profitable 14:30-15:00 Human-centric user interface design: GUI, VUI, tablets, keypads and sensors Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

15:00-15:30 Voice control: breakthrough in the smart home and IoT Dean Bryen, technology evangelist, Amazon Alexa

15:30-16:00 Residential networks, what to do and what not to do Shady Petro, general manager, Archimedia Cairo

10:30-11:00 Implications of public networks on reliable video transmission techniques

13:00-13:30 UC? It’s a people thing!

11:00-11:30 Machine learning, artificial intelligence and the future of camera technology

14:00-14:30 Six realities disrupting today’s workplace

Tobias Wiesner, senior sales engineer, Haivision

Simon Dudley, director product strategy, Logitech

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11:30-12:00 When your Unified Communications solution hasn’t unified your communications: the evolution of UC and what’s next Ted Colton, Crestron

12:00-12:30 Help teams move faster with collaboration technologies Angela Murphy, Cisco

12:30-13:00 Big data immersion and the arrival of infopresence Mary Ann de Lares Norris, vice president EMEA, Oblong

Didier Jauber, CEO, Arkadin Armelle de Madre, VP marketing EMEA, Arkadin

Paige O’Neill, chief marketing officer, Prysm

14:30-15:00 Digital signage calling: enhancing video communications Colin Farquhar, CEO, Exterity

15:00-15:30 A heroic journey to the digital workplace

Helen Lancaster, head of Northern European marketing, Arkadin Earl Talbot, unified communications engagement manager, Europe, NTT

16:00-17:00 Panel discussion: driving leadership for AV over IT Chair, Tim Albright, AV Nation (Hosted by Kramer)

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EXHIBITOR SESSIONS Arcam

Room E001

08:30-18:30 Arcam Britain-based multi-award winning manufacturer of high- performance audio and video systems. World renowned for innovative and stylish hi-fi, home cinema, custom install and iPod/iPhone connected products including network audio and HD video.

Steinway Lyngdorf & Genesis Technologies South Europe

Room E108

09:30-18:00 Discover the design + technology possibilities 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.

d&b audiotechnik

Room E103

(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 programs 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

(Speaker: Janko Ramuscak / Wolfgang Schulz) Experience the sound of d&b, including the Y and xC-Series, as well as the latest additions to xS.

Room D508

11:00-11:30 Deploying a live streaming and production solution in 5 minutes or less (Speaker: David Kirk) Live event webcasting/streaming & recording doesn’t have to be complicated. David Kirk will demonstrate how to set up an engaging and dynamic live streaming environment using a few basic off-the-shelf cameras paired with the Epiphan Pearl-2.

Atlona

Room L104

10:00-11:00, 11:20-12:20, 13:00-14:00, 14:20-15:20, 15:40-16:40 Atlona Control System overview

Room G102

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 indepth look at technologies and applications that highlight streaming video capabilities.

11:15-12:15, 13:45-14:45 DSP workshop Provides a detailed look at the latest audio solutions from Crestron including Avia DSPs and software tool, new multichannel and modular utility amplifiers, and new speakers.

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.

Martin Audio

Room E104

11:00-12:00, 13:00-14:00, 15:00-16:00, 17:00-18:00 Martin Audio loudspeaker demo

(Speaker: Robin Dibble) Join us for our loudspeaker demonstrations to hear CDD, CDD-LIVE!, O-Line and the brand new BlacklineX while learning about the technology behind the products.

Philips Professional

Room G108

13:00-14:00 ColorSpark HLD LED technology

10:00-10:30, 14:00-14:30 The d&b Soundscape: the & factor

Epiphan Video

Crestron

(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

(Speaker: Peter Vankan) A breakthrough in LED-based projection. Over 20 years after its invention by Philips, UHP lamps are key to the success and progress of projectors. Next to UHP more and more projectors are observed with solid state based light sources. Technologies include Full LED, Laser-LED hybrid and Laser-phosphor. Philips will explain a new LED-based technology called ColorSpark High Lumen Density (HLD) LED Technology. This patented technology uses a light guide to concentrate LED light into a very small area, boosting the light source brightness by several factors. This will enable Philips ColorSpark HLD LED technology to break through the 3000 ALm barrier with best in class colours. The resulting picture quality is outstanding and will enable Philips ColorSpark HLD LED technology based projectors to also compete with non-projection display technology in any normal lit environment.

LILIN

Room L102

09:30-15:30 Surveillance for custom install

(Speaker: Ian Leroux) An overview of surveillance within the CI sector. This course will provide you with an insight into drivers, NVRs and camera selection for integration within your smart home control system. Course Times: A Training Course: 09:30-11:00. B Training Course: 11:30-13:00. C Training Course: 14:00-15:30. The course will cover: an overview of surveillance with the home automation market; LILIN driver review and control system integration; LILIN Camera and NVR overview; tips and hints for camera selection; remote access and the app; Design tools and other resources. A CEDIA approved course and trainer.

Control4

Room F002

09:00-10:00, 13:30-14:30 Connecting the connected home: better service with fewer site visits

(Speakers: Jacob Whipple and Johan Willems - Control4 and Pakedge) Connecting a home to the internet starts with a solid router. But professionals who service demanding customers know that not all routers are the same. In this session, you will learn four features that differentiate a router to deliver performance, and save you time and truck rolls. Register now: https://www.control4.com/o/ISE_2017

10:15-11:15, 14:45-15:45 TCP/IP concepts for the AV professional

(Speakers: Jacob Whipple and Johan Willems - Control4 and Pakedge) There is no way around it: today’s AV systems require a solid home network. Along with it, you now need to understand TCP/IP concepts. What does a subnet mask do? What’s a default gateway or a DNS server? When do you use a static IP address versus a dynamic one? If you are tired of wondering what these IT concepts are, this session will give you a solid start. Register now: https://www.control4.com/o/ISE_2017

11:30-12:30, 16:00-17:00 Customer LAST! Know about issues BEFORE your customer with BakPak

(Speaker: Jacob Whipple and Johan Willems – Control4 and Pakedge) Respond to your customers’ needs faster and visit their sites less often with the cloudbased monitoring and alerts of BakPak from Pakedge. Learn how Pakedge works to make sure you’re never in the dark about your customer projects by monitoring any important component on the network, including home automation systems. Register now: https://www.control4.com/o/ISE_2017

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VOXPOP In which areas do you see the Internet FrameLED Plus LED of Things offering the greatest opportunities to your company?

As a control company, we gravitate towards the Internet of Things precisely to help integrators and their customers achieve the enhanced connected home or business. End users hear the term ‘Internet of Things’ but for many the reality is more like ‘Islands of Things’ not really connected – or not connected well. This is our mission with the ELAN brand – putting meaning and convenience behind the connections that create meaningful smart home and smart building experiences for end-users world-wide.

Bill Hensley Director of marketing, Core Brands Stand: 1-N53

The ‘Internet of Things’ label is really just the name applied to a trend that has been going on for quite some time, which is the movement of traditionally closed and captive devices to be interconnected, accessible and controlled over Ethernet and the internet. In that sense, ZeeVee has been a participant and a leader for a while now. Video distribution moving from closed, proprietary systems, to networkattached, IP-accessible, distributed and interconnected smart devices. We expect to continue to lead the AV market in this realm.

Rob Muddiman EMEA sales director, ZeeVee Stand: 10-N151

Now available for rental SILICONCORE

tiles can quickly interlock into the desired size and shape, making the Designed for both permanent and manufacturer’s Common Cathode rental applications, SiliconCore is LED suitable for life on the road. launching its Quick Connect range It is being showcased via a at ISE 2017. The product features a Peony 2.6mm pixel pitch display, new truss framing system so that presented in a 3x5 tile formation – delivering an image area of 1.5m x 2.5m with a 115in diagonal measurement. Other pixel pitches available include the Lily 5.2mm and Tulip 3.9mm. The latter is available in an outdoor version, and this is also being showcased on the company’s ISE stand. Quick Connect makes SilconCore The Quick Connect displays suitable for rental applications product range is offered

At AV Stumpfl we are investing a lot of time in maximising our products’ compatibility, both in terms of the software, but also by developing a lot of show control and installation hardware. The Internet of Things means to us that customers are asking more and more for integrated and modular hard- and software solutions that can be easily crossconnected to offer maximum reliability and flexibility. The ability to centrally control a whole range of different interconnected devices is key in this context.

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

with rear access design. A front access version, suitable for fixed installations, is also available for the full range of indoor products. “Since launching our revolutionary Common Cathode LED design we have been inundated with requests from event managers, exhibition builders and production specialists to make the benefits of fine pixel pitches available for pop up applications,” said Eric Penot, COO at SiliconCore. “We have now made that a reality while delivering high brightness, smooth video playback, low power consumption and remarkable contrast ratios, simultaneously. The reduction of heat output enhances both the lifespan of 100,000 hours, and the reliability, ideal for life on the road.”

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displays launch at ISE EKTA As a premiere for its FrameLED Plus product line, EKTA is launching two models of LED display module. LVM 3P is an ultra-high contrast outdoor LED module with 3.86mm pixel pitch. The company says it is targeted as a versatile solution to cover a broad variety of rental applications, either outdoor or indoor, as well as high-resolution fixed outdoor installations. The other new model, iLVM 2P, is an indoor solution with 2.68mm pixel pitch, suitable for highresolution projects with demanding image quality and control functions, such as TV studios. EKTA’s original 386mm x 386mm module frame design is preserved in FrameLED Plus; the company claims it delivers ‘outstanding’ frame strength, and allows assembly by hand, without any fine-tuning or reassembly required. At 28kg/sqm weight, EKTA claims the iLVM 2P FrameLED Plus offers one of the world’s lightest rental screen solutions.

LVM 3P is an ultra-high contrast outdoor LED module with 3.86mm pixel pitch Both LVM 3P and iLVM 2P modules boast EKTA SmartSurface technology, a set of intelligent module features, including pixel-bypixel calibration technology, and LED control functions. FrameLED Plus products are designed to operate together with EKTA’s ERMAC control system.

Stand: 12-F36

Range now includes touchscreen SONY The BRAVIA Professional Display range is being demonstrated by Sony at ISE, including TDM digital signage software that the company says makes it quick and easy to create eye-catching multimedia experiences in reception areas, school sports halls and cafeterias. The BRAVIA range now includes a touchscreen solution, as well as the 100in FWD-100ZD9501, which delivers 4K HDR images for highend corporate, signage and post production applications. Also being showcased are Sony’s live production solutions. Featuring full HD or 4K resolutions

for streaming and sharing, the solutions include the Sony HXRNX5R Full HD handheld camera, MCX-500 4-channel switcher and RM-30BP multi-function remote, and use optical disc archive solutions to deliver safe and longterm storage. “ISE provides a great opportunity to meet with our AV partners and discuss how we can best harness the incredible power of images for generating understanding, excitement and connections between people,” said Damien Weissenburger, business head of corporate & education solutions, Sony Professional Solutions Europe.

Stand: 1-N20

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Switch gets first preview ADDER In addition to its existing product range, Adder is previewing for the first time the new Adder CCS-PRO8 command and control switch. The Adder CCS-PRO8 allows operators to control up to eight machines across eight displays using just one mouse and keyboard. It is said to be ideal for improving ergonomics in a control setting where space is at a premium or management of multiple computers from one station is required. Featuring FreeFlow technology, the Adder

CCS-PRO8 enables users to move from one display to the next simply by moving the mouse across screen borders. The switch was developed as a result of user feedback. The AdderLink XDIP IP-based AV extender with USB is also featured on the stand. The device enables remote access to critical computing and flexibly extends the desktop experience, and forms part of Adder Technology’s AdderLink KVM and AV extension portfolio. Both the Adder CCS-PRO8 and AdderLink XDIP will be available later this year.

Stand: 10-P122

Software extends functionality BEYERDYNAMIC With the new Magnus software, on show at ISE, beyerdynamic says its Orbis conference system gets a modern and efficient program for system configuration, set-up and control of the conference as well as further enhancements like camera integration, local recording and web casting. The software is available in three modules. The first module enables not only the configuration and control of all system-specific parameters, but also extends the Orbis system with more functions such as the creation of

participant lists and the set-up of the microphone units in a room plan. With the introduction of Magnus software, it is also possible to set microphone sensitivity individually per microphone unit according to the speaker, and to use a dynamic speakers list in the request-to-speak mode. It enables system configuration and control of the conference by using a PC, laptop or Android tablet – also in parallel operation. The base module is required for all further modules. The second module includes camera control and local recording. With the Magnus

software, various IP-based PTZ cameras can be integrated into the conference system. This enables the control of several cameras and automatic camera sequencing to the respective speaker. With the recording function, video and audio signals can be locally stored and reproduced. With the third module, the Orbis system gets a webcasting interface and can therefore be connected with numerous webcasting providers. Using this module, conference image and sound, including metadata, can be transmitted live on the internet.

Stand: 1-M22

The CCS-PRO8 allows operators to control up to eight machines across eight displays

Projectors feature SSI CASIO

need to wait around while mercury lamps warm up. They also immediately power off, and can be used again right away when powered back on, without the need for a cool-down period. The Instant Light Control feature allows adjustment of projection brightness using the left and right keys on the projector itself or on the remote control. Furthermore, with the Intelligent Light Control feature provided in the Advanced Series, these projector models sense ambient brightness in the room and automatically adjust the projection brightness accordingly.

The company’s Core Series and Advanced Series projectors are the focus for Casio at ISE. All feature SSI (solid state illumination). The range includes five WXGA and three XGA models, all equipped with a 1.5x zoom lens for optimal flexibility in projector placement and offering the option of 3,000, 3,300 and 3,500 lumens. The Advanced Series models can also be used to power other devices with HDMI terminal connections such as Intel WiDi or Miracast wireless display adapters and stick devices, offering superior scalability, Casio says. Stand: 1-F120 The Casio laser and LED light source has a lifespan of up to 20,000 hours, eliminating the need for lamp replacement, and is said to reduce electricity consumption to about half that of a mercury lamp projector. The Core and Advanced series reach maximum brightness in as fast as five seconds from the time the power is switched on, eliminating the The Core Series and Advanced Series all feature 1.5x zoom

Magnus software now allows camera integration, local recording and webcasting

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New range of tablet kiosks TECHNOVIA Teaming up with Peter Radcliffe, IT security specialist of Tabletkiosks.net, Technovia is launching a new range of tablet kiosks during the show that focuses on durability in the retail environment, particularly in unmanned locations. “iPads and other tablets are expensive items, yet I can prove that market-leading products can be broken into in seconds,” commented Radcliffe. “We have taken the concepts of these

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products and made them stronger and more secure, with better lock mechanisms and, when required, better battery power solutions.” Tim Liggins, MD of Technovia, commented: “With Technovia’s contacts in Asia for product sourcing and logistics, and Peter’s knowledge of what makes products secure in retail environments, we think we have built on the designs of others in the marketplace to make a more secure, flexible range of tablet kiosks and accessories.”

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Magic Carpet stimulates, engages LOXIT Magic Carpet is an app-based interactive projection system from Loxit designed to stimulate and engage people of all ages and abilities in a wide variety of environments, including education and corporate spaces. It features a motion capture camera that tracks users as they move over the projected apps. This movement data informs the software of the speed, direction and location of the movement, and the software then converts this data into dynamic audiovisual feedback, which users experience as the effect of their movements. Magic Carpet is supplied as a fully integrated system and is available in two form factors: a height-adjustable portable system providing variable sized projection image, and a fixed

ceiling installation. The plug-and-play system responds to the slightest movement and as it supports multiple access methods, including gesture, eye gaze, mouse and touch; it supports UK national curriculum Early Years, Primary and SEN educational environments. With 500 apps arranged into 25 categories, 35 customisable app templates and 5,000 media assets, Loxit says that the opportunities for creativity with Magic Carpet are virtually limitless. Users can share their creations via the online app store. Additional features of Magic Carpet include an App Builder, the ability to control from iOS and Android apps, remote system shutdown and Tobii Dynavox Eye Gaze compatibility.

Stand: 11-G132

On-screen processing power BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY A new on-screen colour adjustment (OSCA) feature is the latest innovation on show at the Brompton stand during ISE, as the video processing company returns to the show with its Tessera processors for LED videowalls. Brompton’s Tessera system has supported high-profile events ranging from the Academy Awards to tours by acts including Maroon 5 and Kylie Minogue. Tessera 1.2 includes the new OSCA – dubbed ‘on-screen’ colour adjustment because a special user interface appears on the LED screen itself – to make it quicker and easier to identify which panel needs adjusting. OSCA aims to solve two common problems with LED displays: mechanical tolerance issues causing the appearance of bright or dark lines between adjacent modules or panels, as well as inconsistent ageing or mixed batches causing colour or brightness mismatches between

Brompton’s Tessera system supports events such as Univision’s Latin-American TV show Nuestra Belleza Latina modules or panels. OSCA is designed for large walls of high-resolution panels. It offers relative seam adjustments, with easy seam selection and colour adjustment control for colour matching between panels and modules. All adjustments are saved to the panels themselves,

meaning future shows can choose to benefit from reusing previous settings even if the wall is reassembled with panels in different positions. Tessera 1.2, complete with OSCA, is available free to download from the Brompton website.

Stand: 8-F210

Multi-zone audio distribution showcased RTI

Magic Carpet is suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities

AVnu certification announced MEYER SOUND A topic of conversation on the Meyer Sound stand is its recent announcement that its Galileo GALAXY network platform has been certified by the AVnu Alliance as fully compliant with the open AVB/TSN networking protocols developed through IEEE. AVnu certification assures consultants, system designers and rental company operators that Meyer Sound systems based around GALAXY can be integrated into larger networked audio and video systems involving input, playback and processing components from multiple manufacturers. “GALAXY processors were designed from the outset to function as keystone components in the large-scale networked sound reinforcement systems of the future,” said John McMahon, Meyer Sound’s vice president of solutions and strategy. “For over a decade the Galileo platform has won acceptance as the ‘go-to’ loudspeaker processing system, and now GALAXY’s AVnu certification ensures that these capabilities can be seamlessly integrated into networked systems

encompassing the full spectrum of audio, video and show control functions.” GALAXY, the third generation of Meyer Sound’s proven Galileo loudspeaker processing technology, incorporates FPGA-based processing with up to 64-bit resolution for increased dynamic range, a lower noise floor, and analogue-in to analogue-out latency of only 0.6ms. Available tools include five-band U-Shaping and 10-band parametric EQ, a delay matrix and improved delay integration. Three versions are available – Galileo GALAXY 408, Galileo GALAXY 816 and Galileo GALAXY 816-AES3 – to enable specification of analogue or AES3 digital inputs and outputs to suit any application.

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Part of the company’s line-up of audio distribution solutions, the new AD-16x 16x16 audio matrix switcher from RTI is said to be the ideal solution for large, multi-zone audio installations. Designed to be an extension of the RTI control system, the AD-16x audio matrix provides the audio switching while RTI amplifiers deliver Cool Power to every speaker with control via IR/RS232 and IP with two-way feedback to audio distribution applications. For greater flexibility and coverage, the AD-16x features eight remote source inputs, and when more output zones are required, up to eight units can be cascaded for up to 128 zones of audio. The AD-16x is said to deliver

complete audio management in every zone, including parametric equalising, input gain adjustment, and tone, volume, and balance control – all configurable via a web interface. When the switcher is used in conjunction with RTI central processors and user interfaces,

RTI says that users can intuitively manage all the audio sources, making the experience simple, easy and enjoyable. Depending on the source equipment used, more advanced information such as song playlists, cover art, and ‘now playing’ data may also be available.

Stand: 1-P58

The AD-16x 16x16 is designed for large, multi-zone audio installations

Product recommendations for retail KEONN Visitors can try out Keonn’s AdvanLook RFID recommendation

system for retail during the show, which detects tagged items and immediately displays videos, pictures and information on each one.

The Galileo GALAXY network platform has been certified by the AVnu Alliance

AdvanLook helps improve the customer shopping experience by providing product recommendations

AdvanLook also provides recommendations and allows shoppers to share product information on social media, including Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. The content and user interface of AdvanLook can be updated remotely, by means of the AdvanCloud cloudbased software where all events are stored, and can then be analysed for business intelligence purposes. This enables AdvanLook to generate information about user interests and helps increase sales at retail stores – by up to 25% according to Keonn – and helps to improve the customer shopping experience.

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Satellites for sound SENNHEISER

The new TeamConnect Wireless Set Tray M offers Sennheiser’s wireless conferencing in a smaller configuration than previous TeamConnect models, and supports up to 12 participants. Equipped with two – rather than four – portable satellites that can be charged with its stationary charging and docking tray, this latest system, claims Sennheiser, is extremely easy to set up and can host a professional-sounding online meeting in any room. The system delivers multiple connectivity options with any smartphone, laptop or PC via Bluetooth, USB or 3.5mm jack, which the company says can cater for a broad range of unified

TeamConnect Wireless Set Tray M comes with two satellites for dedicated meeting rooms and conferences for up to 12 participants.

communications demands. The new system is part of the ‘Sennheiser for Business’ offering at ISE 2017. This covers four key areas that include personal communication, meeting & conferencing, presentation and visitor information.

Maevex encoder unveiled MATROX ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

demonstrated capturing, encoding and streaming several channels of The latest generation of Matrox’s 4K and HD content sources from Maevex H.264 distribution system, multiple simultaneous inputs. the Maevex 6100 quad encoder The Maevex 6150 4K encoder card, has been unveiled. appliance is also streaming and On display for the first time demonstrating the zero-latency anywhere, the card is being passthough for all four of its inputs. Maevex enables the extension of full HD quality video and audio over standard IP networks with unicast and multicast support for digital signage, collaborative On display at ISE for the first time anywhere, the Maevex 6100 quad encoder videowalls, and card captures, encodes and streams several channels of 4K and HD

New KVM-over-IP systems GUNTERMANN & DRUNCK Using ISE, the company says, to reinforce its profile as the KVM supplier with the broadest portfolio, Guntermann & Drunck (G&D) is showcasing its new KVM-over-IP systems. The new DP1.2-Vision-XG KVM extender extends computer signals up to 10,000m, transmitting 4K or 8K video at 60Hz pixel-by-pixel. 8K is carried over up to four synchronous video channels, with dedicated

transmission taking place over fibre optic to provide sufficient bandwidth for uncompressed DisplayPort signals, video, keyboard/mouse, RS232, USB 2.0 and audio. G&D notes, however, that, compared to uncompressed transmission via fibre optic, classic transmission via Cat cables offers significant advantages when it comes to cost – but Cat cable allows less bandwidth and requires compression. The KVM extender DP-Vision1.2 is designed for both requirements and

Media server on the move DATATON The Swedish show control developer and manufacturer has launched WatchPax 4, a portable addition to its range of media servers. WatchPax 4 is a dedicated server that is optimised for playback of

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multi-display shows created in Dataton’s WatchOut production and playback software. With an A4-sized footprint paired with four outputs, the company claims WatchPax 4 is suited to a range of applications, including signage, live events and fixed

Sennheiser is also presenting a dedicated showcase – Sennheiser for Education – at Stand 13-B110 in the Education Technology Zone. This is demonstrating specific applications of its live audio streaming solution, MobileConnect, and its SpeechLine Digital Wireless range for universities.

KVM uses fibre, copper THINKLOGICAL TLX Series matrix switches and extenders is a KVM system designed for professional audiovisual applications. It is capable of extending and switching uncompressed 4K and UHD video at full resolution and colour depth (up to 4096 x 2160 resolution, 4:4:4 colour depth, 30 bits per pixel) at full 60Hz frame rate, using only two fibre optic or CatX cables. Claimed to have the lowest signal latency in the industry (microseconds, versus milliseconds for compressed solutions), Thinklogical says that TLX offers precise pixel-for-pixel transmission of 4K/UHD video and computer with no visual artifacts,

jitter or lost frames. With the new TLX product line, the company says it has leveraged its expertise in fibre optic extension and switching to develop an innovative, uncompressed 10Gbps signal transmission architecture using both fibre optic and standard CatX Ethernet copper network cabling. With a flexible and modular hybrid form factor, TLX is said to simplify and reduce the cost and infrastructure required to manage video content created in resolutions up to 4K/UHD – increasing user efficiency and productivity without compromising quality, resolution, reliability or performance, and saving on infrastructure expenses.

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Stand: 2-A45, 13-B110 many corporate and government applications. Demonstrating the versatile nature of the H.264-standard across multiple workflows, highquality 4:2:0 and 4:4:4 streams provided by Maevex 6100 series cards and appliances are being decoded by a Matrox Mura IPX 4K decode and display card, a Matrox Maevex 5150 decoder, and multiple third-party media players. Matrox claims its Maevex 5100 series of H.264 encoders and decoders deliver excellent streaming quality at a fraction of the price of traditional encode/ decode systems. All Maevex devices on the stand are controlled through the newly released Matrox PowerStream Plus Maevex management software.

Stand: 12-E38 extends computer signals either via fibre optics up to 10,000m or via Cat cables up to 140m. The company says that its in-house HDIP compression method is now at its latest development stage, Level 3. This method, G&D claims, allows the loss-free transmission of video signals with a resolution of 4K at 60Hz.

Stand: 10-P126

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Uncompressed 4K video x4 AV STUMPFL According to its developer AV Stumpfl, Wings Engine Raw 8K video playback server is the only media server of its type to offer uncompressed image quality of up to four simultaneous streams of 4K resolution for playback of native content. The server can also handle 120fps and is capable of displaying visuals using a full 12-bit colour space, delivering, says the company, more colour information than the current media server standard. Additional show control options are said to make AV Stumpfl media server products perfect for creating integrated and hassle-free workflows. The company is showcasing a new workflow for managing uncompressed content, noting that working with uncompressed image

sequences can sometimes be time consuming due to the exceptionally large file size. AV Stumpfl has integrated a new workflow model to make working with massive file sizes easier. All Wings Engine Raw media servers now come with Dual 10 Gigabit network cards. In addition to this, AV Stumpfl also offers certified NAS (network attached storage) systems as well as certified 10 Gigabit switches. AV Stumpfl is also showing its range of fixed and mobile projection screens including Monoblox, Vario, VarioClip, Fullwhite and Inline.

Stand: 1-H6, 1-G3 Wings Engine delivers four simultaneous streams of uncompressed 4K video

The new DP1.2-Vision-XG KVM extender extends computer signals up to 10,000m installations. Units can be placed close to display sources, avoiding long and expensive video cable runs, stacked or mounted in a standard 19in rack for extra flexibility. The server is in action at the Dataton stand in Hall 12, powering a central 8K video wall and projectionmapping demonstration. Miroslav Andel, chief software developer, Dataton, said: “WatchPax 4 is plug-and-play, which

significantly reduces installation time on site, and ensures you always get the best performance from the hardware. Each unit has a Dataton WatchOut licence preinstalled and four video outputs, which makes it a very cost-effective solution for integrators and producers.”

Stand: 12-E70 WatchPax 4 is a portable media server with four outputs in an A4-sized footprint

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Glass for every application AGC GLASS EUROPE It’s hard to overstate the vital role that glass plays in the AV industry, and AGC Glass Europe is at ISE to show off its capabilities. The company offers three ranges of anti-glare etched glass with different gloss levels for display applications: VRD (Verre à Réflexion Diffuse – Glass with Diffuse Reflection), LST (Low Sparkling Touch) and NST (No Sparkling Touch). This means, according to the company, that it can provide glass with suitable optical qualities for all types of application. Produced on extra-thin float glass, the aim of the anti-glare treatment is to reduce the negative effect of

incident light by diffusing reflections. It delivers anti-glare performance while, says AGC, offering low haze, optimal contrast and true colour rendering. Anti-glare treatment can, in fact, be applied to both sides of the glass. Applied to the inside, it is said to eliminate Newton’s Rings – the rainbow patterns caused by light interference that appear when pressing on the display. Non-sparkling glass is designed for very high resolution (>300dpi) display applications. All products are available in a maximum size of 1.60m x 3.21m, and in thickness from 0.4mm up to 6mm.

Stand: 1-E114

Let there be light MIDDLE ATLANTIC

Integrators are now being provided with an innovative new way to improve rack installation and servicing experiences, according to exhibitor Middle Atlantic Products. The company’s new LT Series Rackmount LED Work Light is claimed to be the only rack light to mount vertically or horizontally anywhere in the rack, providing illumination anywhere needed when working inside racks, furniture, and other enclosures. Available in single-light or dual-light bar

models, the LT Series Rackmount LED Work Light is said to be a simple solution for a faster, more efficient integration experience. The LT Series Rackmount LED

Work Light ships with multiple power adapters to meet the lighting needs of international applications. It features an adjustable light bar that can be angled so that its bright white LEDs illuminate the full height of a rack enclosure. Its low-profile, unobtrusive design is said to ensure it won’t impose on the installation and serviceability of the enclosure. With a simple push of the integrated power button, the company says, integrators have full rack visibility.

Stand: 1-M2, 2-A42 The LT Series Rackmount Work Light enables an enclosure to be illuminated

Bringing flexibility to IP video TERACUE

NST glass is one of three types offered for differing uses

Mounting a challenge to LED installation PEERLESS-AV The SmartMount Universal Full Service and Flat Wall LED mounting systems are being launched by Peerless-AV on its Formula Onethemed stand. For recessed LED videowall applications or those requiring convenient rear access, the SmartMount system features robust, smooth-gliding scissor arms that allow the entire wall to pop out safely and effortlessly, says the company. This gives enough space for the installer to get behind and manage cabling or tile replacement. The system features integrated cable management and delivers a slim and aesthetically pleasing finish, says Peerless-AV, while allowing enough room at the rear for component cooling.

Peerless-AV says its new LED mounting system offers a highly versatile solution for installers

Peerless-AV claims its Flat Wall LED mounting system is one of the most versatile solutions available on the market today. Manufactured with an ultra-lightweight aluminium frame, X, Y and Z adjustment and support for multiple LED display sizes and brands, the system can be built to any flatto-wall, floor-standing, floor-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling, or other front-service specification or configuration. Available in kit form, Peerless-AV says the new LED mounting system addresses installer demands for a slimmer, lighter, more cost-effective, easier to assemble and install solution. The company says it is intended for a wide range of indoor videowall applications in retail store windows, corporate boardrooms, lobbies, concert halls and more.

Stand: 12-E57

The manufacturer of IPTV and IP video systems is showing a host of new IP workflow products. ICUE-GRID is an IP-enabled presenter for multiple content sources within a videowall. It allows complete on-the-fly control over the visualised live or on-demand content in any resolution on any screen in any room. Through web-based management, users can access and display IPTV signals, security cameras, broadcast contribution streams, in-house studio video signals, PC presentations, weather radar signals or live events. Teracue claims any video source can be turned into a suitable video stream. ICUE GRID layout designs can be freely creative, or align themselves to layout presets. The underlying distributed processing model can deal with any size of videowall and even manage multi room videowall set-ups. ICUE GRID also recognises NDI by

ICUE GRID combines the impact of a videowall with the flexibility of IP video NewTek sources and displays these with near-zero latency anywhere on the videowall. Also on show is MC-Route, a smart IP Video router and matrix switcher. This simplifies stream management and control and enables efficient use of network capacity, says Teracue. It helps to add web streams or security cameras to IPTV channel

lists, is able to duplicate streams for various viewing devices such as TVs and mobile devices, and it also standardises video content for display on the ICUE GRID IP videowall. MC-Route works in most IPTV environments and it even connects different multicast networks over public internet, and also works in the cloud.

Stand: 2-A42

New screen accessories on show DNP New furniture accessories for the company’s 100in optical flat screens are being presented by dnp denmark. Last year, dnp launched a line of AV furniture for dnp LaserPanels that allows customers to hide the projector and store their AV equipment. At this year’s ISE, dnp is presenting two additions to the furniture line that the company says make dnp LaserPanels even more accessible and easy to install: a projector cabinet with manual drawer, as a costeffective alternative to the motorised ‘Executive’ projector cabinet; and a

The LaserPanel is available with the Executive Classic cabinet mobile display stand for using 100in LaserPanels in the rental market or if the user wants to be able to move the LaserPanel between rooms. Soeren Kraemmergaard, VP of global sales and marketing at dnp, commented: “By adding AV furniture

to our product range we move from being a screen company to a provider of display solutions. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for our partners to create and sell stylish AV solutions.”

Stand: 1-E69, 2-A42

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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 Brewis has worked extensively with both manufacturers and design practices around the world, bringing their latest projects to a global audience through in-depth project reports, profiles and long-form interviews. Pete is based in Manchester, UK. Michael Burns Michael Burns has been a journalist, editor and content producer working in the design, film, broadcast, audio and interactive sectors for around 20 years. His work can regularly be found in publications and online, including Broadcast, TVBEurope, Broadcast Tech, SVG Europe, Digital Arts, The IBC Daily and more. Burns has had four books published covering digital art and multimedia production, does occasional work as a producer for conferences and digital agencies, and keeps an enthusiastic eye on VFX, design and animation at www.firedbydesign.com Tim Frost Tim Frost has been a technology writer and broadcaster since the 1970s, as a freelance journalist and as the editor of several titles within the UBM and NewBay stables. He managed the development of NewBay’s online publishing and event activities before moving to the European Sports Video Group. Tim’s journalism focuses on audio, broadcast, cinema and IT technologies and business development. He has written for a range of UK and international press including Installation, Empire, TVBE, LSI, The Observer, AV, PSNEurope and the Sunday Times. His video work includes the ISE Daily videos and developing YouTube channels, including the VisionAndTechnology channel.

Heather McLean Since 2000 Heather McLean has been a technology, business and education journalist and editor. As an editor today Heather runs Smart Chimps, an online publication focused on the mobile ecosystem, and educational sector magazine Tech&Learning UK. Over the last 15 years Heather has written for all the UK broadsheets, as well as publications including TVB Europe, Fierce Wireless Europe, E-Forex Magazine, The Economist’s Executive Briefing. She also works on The IBC Daily and The IBC Daily Executive Summary at IBC, Amsterdam, and BVE Daily at BVE, London. Ian McMurray Despite being an English literature, graduate, Ian McMurray joined the computer industry when 4K was enough memory to write a multi-user accounting suite. In 1996, however, he was asked to become European marketing manager for TI’s nascent DLP business, and was active in bringing the new technology to the attention of projector, display and TV manufacturers as well as potential end users throughout the region. He became a freelance writer in 2003, since which time he has contributed a monthly feature to Installation magazine as well as writing extensively for The ISE Daily. Joao Martins Covering broadcast, film and professional audio and video technology for more than 25 years as founder and editor of several leading publications in Portuguese and Spanish, since 2013 Joao Martins has been editor-in-chief of USbased audioXpress, a magazine and website dedicated to audio electronics, audio product development and design, and international editor for Voice Coil, a periodical for the loudspeaker industry. Focused on technology and innovation, he previously worked for Elektor, the Netherlands-based global electronics magazine, and is International editor for the Brazilian Television Engineering Society (SET) magazine. Lindsey Adler Lindsey Adler is editor of the US-based NewBay Media title Systems Contractor News (SCN). She also serves as editor of the InfoComm Daily and managing editor of the CEDIA Daily. She has written extensively on both the residential and commercial audiovisual businesses for systems contractors and custom installation professionals. She can be found canvassing the expo halls in search of the latest future workplace enablers, most immersive audio demos, dazzling visual displays, and the next generation of AV technologists.

George Cole George Cole has been a technology writer for more than 20 years, covering information technology, AV technology, consumer electronics and educational technology. His work has appeared in a wide range of consumer, trade and technical publications including The Times, Financial Times, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Practical Photography, New Scientist, PC Pro, Newsweek, The Times Educational Supplement, Get Connected and Independent Electrical Retailer. He has also written technology guides for the BBC’s Radio Times magazine and website, and been a digital camera reviewer for The Register technology website. David Davies David Davies has been writing about professional AV and broadcast technology for 15 years. He is editor of Sports Video Group (SVG) Europe and continues to contribute to a host of trade publications, including PSNEurope, PSNLive, Installation and Audio Media International. He has also been a part of the team for The AES Daily, The IBC Daily and, since 2005, The ISE Daily, for which he served as executive editor (on-site) in 2013. In addition, he is active as a copywriter and sub-editor. Steve Montgomery Steve Montgomery has been involved in the professional AV and broadcast industry for over 20 years, and still works as a consultant and system integrator in large screen and digital signage installations and distributed video systems. He has written for a wide variety of specialist pro AV and broadcast magazines, covering a variety of topics from the perspective of users and integrators. He also assists manufacturers in creating readable marketing and technical support material. His main interest is in understanding technology and concepts and turning it in to informative communication. Monica Heck Monica Heck is a bilingual freelance journalist and copywriter based in Dublin, Ireland and working internationally. She has been ‘in tech’ for over 15 years, in marketing before training as a journalist. Monica writes about broadcast, pro AV and IT in print and online. Aside from technology, she loves reading and writing about business, art, science and music. Her confusing Swiss-Irish genetic mix makes her the most organised laid-back person you’ll ever meet.

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Xcellence on show IMAGINATION AV Amate Audio’s Xcellence series of premium point-source and compact line array systems are being demonstrated by exclusive Benelux distributor Imagination AV. The top-of-the-line Xcellence X210 2 x 10in compact line array, matched with the manoeuvrable X218W3K sub, and the company’s latest X12CLA ultra-compact, portable constant curvature array are on show. The latter is deployable in both array or horizontal point-source cluster configuration. Both systems feature onboard matched DSP and class-D amplification, as well as Ethernet and WiFi remote control via Amate Audio’s Windows- or iPad-based DSP Studio 2 software. Also from the Xcellence series is the X14T coaxial active speaker system, featuring a new 14in mid driver, which the distributor states combines the LF performance of

The X12CLA ultra-compact constant curvature array in cluster configuration a conventional 15in driver with the vocal clarity and mid range response of a 12in driver. Deployable in both FOH and stage monitor applications, the X14T is capable of 128dB continuous signal output. On the stand, the X14T is partnered with the latest X18T 2500W, 18in compact sub. The design features a series

of performance innovations, said Imagination AV, including a new 18in neodymium driver with 4in voice coil, and a laminar ported cabinet. Matched class-D amplification and DSP control and protection, as well as with Ethernet and WiFi remote control, are standard throughout.

Getting cosy with Huddle Hub One HUDDLE ROOM TECHNOLOGY Huddle Hub One, a wireless video hub that allows people to use their own mobile devices in a multi-camera video conferencing experience, has been launched here at ISE 2017. Huddle Room Technology (HRT), developer of the product, said the Hub connects up to six laptops, tablets and smartphones by receiving a video stream from each device’s camera and combining those into a single stream. It then sends the stream to any standard communication software running on the videoconference host computer, which receives the stream as if coming from a single webcam. At the same time, Huddle Hub One mirrors the screen of the videoconference host computer to the screen of the laptops and mobile devices. Giulio Ferrari, sales manager at HRT, said: “You already have a screen and a camera in your pocket, so all

For locations facing serious environmental conditions, the protection grade of conventional LED displays is less than IP68. This led Ruiling to create an outdoor waterproof IP68 front maintenance aluminium kit LED display.

Aluminium was chosen for thermal conductivity and performance purposes. With a full aluminium chassis, heat dissipates through the shell, which helps stabilise the screen body and slow brightness decay, according to Ruiling. The use of gaskets seals offers additional waterproof performance with a protection grade of up to

IP68. The display, with its hightemperature raw materials, can bear testing temperatures of up to 130 degrees, meets VI fire standards and can be placed at the bottom of a swimming pool. The screen is desgined to be energy-saving, with a maximum power of 500W/sqm.

Stand: 8-D335

Mezzanine facilitates remote participation

Mezzanine supports a flexible number of displays across multiple wall surfaces

OBLONG INDUSTRIES Developer of spatial, immersive, and gesture-enabled technologies Oblong Industries is showcasing the visual collaboration capabilities of Mezzanine. Mezzanine, according to the

company, enables distributed teams to manage the increased complexities of business, bridging the physical gap between distributed teams and creating a common digital workspace where teams can share ideas and data, accelerate decision-making and

Stand: 14-B155

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you need is a table and with Huddle Hub One, you have a meeting room. People have a very informal way of meeting today. We are following this trend, which is revolutionary, as it is something that hasn’t really existed until now.” Huddle Hub One is also designed to improve the experience of video conferencing for remote participants. It performs speaker detection and returns a combined image layer with all the participants’ faces, highlighting the active speaker. By making the faces of the participants more visible – compared to the image returned by an ordinary webcam, Huddle Hub One brings eye-to-eye contact to a new level, claim HRT. Mario Ferrari, CFO at HRT, concludes: “We all have these very sophisticated devices in our pockets. We’re trying to push a new paradigm, a new movement, which has seen people shift towards mobile devices.”

collaborate more effectively. On show is the latest generation of Mezzanine, which is said to have advanced remote participation capabilities. It enables remote participants to connect from anywhere on the internet, with no VPN required. Support for video

Mario and Giulio Ferrari, brothers collaborating on Huddle Hub One

New feature for remote conferencing MULTICAM SYSTEMS A recently developed new feature to facilitate integration of capture agents in a multi-room configuration, the MultiCam Hub, is being showcased by MultiCam Systems at ISE 2017. Each system is able to transmit its live stream to any other connected to the network. Also, MultiCam systems can play audio remotely, for example, an operating room and an auditorium wish to communicate live online to comment on the surgeon’s work and ask him questions to better understand his choices. In this configuration, a MultiCam system with two turret cameras is installed in the operating room and another in the auditorium with four

conferencing from the web browser is built in. Other features include support for a flexible number of displays across multiple wall surfaces, expanding the visual workspace across multiple walls and screen configurations. Oblong says that Mezzanine also makes it easy to organise content without the need to decipher and

cameras. Only one operator controls the system and integrates the live programme from the operating room into picture-in-picture. The assistance of the auditorium sees its manipulations and can interact. Applications include for universities, schools, radio stations and conference rooms. This feature has been developed with the company’s NDI module, which allows users to send and receive HD video streams via a local network. Its integration of the NDI technology was also designed to allow specific placing of audio streams for speakers, so MultiCam can enable videoconferencing in N-1, and thus eliminates the need for a codec or video bridge.

Stand: 13-E105

master a complex switching device or content management system. “Our cutting-edge demonstrations utilise multiple content sources and live feeds to create a unique and truly immersive visual collaboration experience,” said Steve Pryor, director EMEA channel sales, Oblong.

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New AVC-SBPCM soundbar AVOCOR A new soundbar with unique, first to market concepts to enhance the user experience in both the workplace and classroom, is being launched today by Avocor. The new AVC-SBPCM soundbar is powered by an embedded Windows 10 PC, enabling interactive or digital displays to instantly upgrade and experience the world of Windows 10. This modular approach allows users to create a personalised flexible solution built specifically for individual requirements and needs which offers flexibility on servicing and future upgrade paths, reducing solution downtime. The inbuilt PC has the new Apollo Lake chipset from Intel running Windows 10 with an 8GB RAM and 128gb SSD storage with a range of memory and storage options available. There is also a front facing Micro SD card slot included which provides an easy way to increase the storage of the embedded PC.

Speaking about the latest product release, Ian Goodhind from Avocor, said: “With the AVCSBPCM we have created something which is completely unique and innovative. Adding a Windows 10 operating system into a soundbar enables users to have a completely modular solution, enabling a clean and quick upgrade or maintenance path if required.” With a full range of connectivity options including 2x HDMI inputs, HDMI output as well as Bluetooth aptX allowing easy connection to wireless mice, keyboards or microphones. The soundbar is also WiFi and Cat5 enabled allowing fast connection to the internet or your network. It also contains a front facing high speed USB 3.0 port built in, meaning that content can be accessed directly from USB keys whilst additional technology such as web cameras can be attached via the 3x USB 3.0 connections at the rear.

Stand: 13-C68

Visual fixation OMB Fix Big is a multi-screen wall display, specially designed to make life easier for end-users, according to OMB. Recommended for large video screens, up to 110in, the unit has a maximum weight capaci-ty of 125kg and vesa dimensions of 1200x900. However it is compatible with the most common vesa dimensions for larger

screens, says OMB. Screens can be aligned both vertically and horizontally on Fix Big, with a minimum dis-tance from the wall of 25mm. According to OMB, it developed the solution to allow installations such as having a lot of video screens aligned on the same wall, suggesting a ‘train of videos’ perfectly aligned on the same side, able to give an ‘endless’ image.

Stand: 2-E40

With Fix Big, large video screens can be aligned both vertically and horizontally

New HDMI cables announced XANTECH Two new series of HDMI cables are being introduced at ISE 2017 by Xantech. “The Xantech brand is synonymous with IR and connectivity solutions for residential and commercial applications,” said Neal Ellsworth, product manager, new initiatives at Core Brands. “Today

we extend Xantech’s reputation for value-added innovation to a product category that integrators are using on almost every project. The two new Xantech HDMI Cable series deliver the high performance value that integrators need for the growing number of video installations they work on every day.” The new HDMI cables are available in eight lengths: 0.6, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5,

8K glasses-free 3D DIMENCO DISPLAYS An 8K 65in glasses-free 3D LCD display has made its worldwide debut on the Dimenco stand, aimed at digital signage or other fields of visualisation such as medicine. Combined with Dimenco Clear View technology, the screen offers high contrast and deep black levels, a crosstalk level of below 1.5% and a 140° 3D viewing angle. A unique optical structure has been overlaid on top of the panels. A lack of available 8K or 3D content is no obstacle to the use of the screen, according to Maarten Tobias, CEO of Dimenco, who notes that 8K is not as futuristic as many may claim. “In addition, as the optical filter causes a resolution loss, you’re actually seeing a 4K input, no glasses 3D picture, but to achieve that level of experience you need an 8K panel,” he added. “In terms of 3D content, we are convinced we can leverage the VR hype, with lots of VR content driven by technology companies like Facebook and Google.

Maarten Tobias: “In terms of 3D content, we are convinced we can leverage the VR hype, with lots of VR content driven by technology companies like Facebook and Google” We believe VR will face the same obstacles as 3D in terms of having to wear a mask on your face and we hope to benefit from that to take our technology forward.” The screen launches in October and during ISE, Dimenco is offering the possibility to a limited number of companies to pre-subscribe for an

8K No-Glasses 3D display that will be shipped in June 2017. Also on show is an 85 in 4K high brightness glasses free LCD display, pitched at the digital signage environment. Dimenco’s screens are compatible with BrightSign, AOpen and various Android players.

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Sculpting water, light and motion HB-LASERKOMPONENTEN The 3D KineMatrix, a joint development between HD Laserkomponenten and MKT, is making its worldwide debut at the show. This bundle of products melds the capabilities of the HBLaser 3D HydroMatrix and the MKT Kinetic products, resulting in what is described by the company as ‘a living and weightless 3D sculpture of water, light and motion’. 3D KineMatrix is aimed at indoor, small-space installations such as hotel lobbies, museums, shopping malls, art galleries or the entrances of big companies. What makes it unique is its size, according to Harald Bohlinger, managing director of HB-Laser. “It’s been miniaturised to fit indoors in any location,” he says. “There are no systems on the market that provide this effect with 50mm distance water jets. Normally the pump and water fountain system require a minimum distance of 300mm to 400mm.” This makes 3D KineMatrix capable of creating 3D water sculptures of

and 7.5 metres. Both series are HDMI 2.0-compliant with 4K @ 50/60 and enable up to 32 audio channels. The cables, with calculated bandwidth of up to 46Gbps, also feature 1536kHz audio sample frequencies with dual viewing, multi-stream audio, CEC extensions, and include 21:9 aspect ratios with dynamic auto lip-sync. The Xantech flagship series delivers 4K 60 4:4:4 resolution capability with a pixel rate of 600MHz, enabling transmission of

objects, animations or logos with water, light and motion, according to Bohlinger. “The water matrix interacts with the kinetic installation, giving the impression that the ball controls the water,” he adds. “It can be programmed, or controlled interactively, all through a software on the backend.” 3D HydroMatrix modules with 10 nozzles and 10 RGBW LEDs each contain all the components necessary for water and lighting staging. For 3D vivid sculptural animations, a matrix arrangement is recommended using a 3D HydroMatrix HD

High Dynamic Range (HDR) video with a bandwidth faster than 18Gbps at 4K@50/60 (2160p), which is four times the clarity of 1080p/60 video resolution. Its C-Grip locking connector technology is said to resist more than 25 pounds of force, which Xantech says virtually eliminates truck rolls due to loose cables.

with 50mm or 3D HydroMatrix SD with 100mm pitch. 3D KineMatrix can be combined with other media such as video, laser, light, sound or fog.

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Harald Bohlinger, managing director, HB-Laser, and Axel Haschkamp, sales and marketing, MKT AG with the 3D KineMatrix

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Talking about the future ASHTON BENTLEY The future of the meeting room is being discussed at the Ashton Bentley auditorium every day on the company’s stand. In one presentation, Roger Vinton, partner at Ashton Bentley, said that it is time for change in the meeting room technology marketplace. “The AV market services its clients by providing a variety of different boxes that are combined and integrated by AV contractors. This model has proven to be unscalable and does not meet the requirements of today’s global corporations. Meeting rooms of the future must be packages that are scalable and replicable, and that can be both managed and monitored in the same way that other network devices are controlled.” He continued: “The majority of people want to walk into a meeting and share and present. Yet there are probably hundreds of different meeting rooms out there that are all put together differently, just to do these two things.” The future is set to look very different, Vinton added: “Meeting

rooms as they stand at the moment are based around presentation devices and hardware-based codecs for communication. We believe that moving forward, the hardware codec will become redundant and meeting rooms will become flexible platforms for software applications, allowing people to communicate using a variety of different applications.” Vinton went on to talk about Ashton Bentley’s approach to this new wave: “We’ve taken that step and integrated our new platform, Wave OS, into our hardware products, which allows users to use both hardware codecs and software communications apps, and they can switch between the hardware codec and software app in real time to allow complete flexibility in the meeting room.” ‘Meeting Room of the Future’ is being presented on the Ashton Bentley stand every day at 12:00-13:00, as well as multiple other topics throughout the show including ‘Transforming Videoconferencing into Telepresence’, and ‘Digital Signage Solutions’.

Stand: 14–M200

Channel-friendly display tech SPECKTRON New display technologies are being showcased by Specktron here in Amsterdam. With the arrival of the company’s 0.9mm bezel videowall displays, the company is looking to further develop its persona as a channel-friendly vendor of display technologies. The company has added additional software solutions to its interactive displays, with offerings from both DisplayNote

and Netop delivering collaboration and professional classroom management solutions. Specktron’s multi-language interactive software also continues to develop, with new features and functionality. Adam Dent, regional manager for Europe at Specktron, commented: “ISE is the premier event for AV – certainly in Europe, and possibly globally; it is the natural environment for us to showcase our newest products and offerings.”

Stand: 13-E110

Join the distribution Billionaires’ Club at M2D BY HEATHER McLEAN Speed dating for manufacturers and distributors is about to become a reality for attendees at tomorrow’s M2D Networking Event here at ISE 2017. M2D is designed to bring together manufacturers looking for new distributors and vice versa. Also in attendance will be Peter Van Den Berg, EMEA general manager for the Global Technology Distribution Council, nicknamed the Billionaires’ Club as all members must have $1 billion-plus turnovers. Van Den Berg will be talking to manufacturers exclusively at the event about their marketplace, as well as the Global Technology Distribution Council.

Bob Snyder, chairman, M2D Networking Event: “This event is a great way for executives to meet one another” The M2D Networking Event (sponsored by Avenview) will take place at the Café Amsterdam (outside Hall 14) from 15:00 on the final day of the show, Friday 10 February.

Cars as green as smart buildings TESLA If a key goal of the smart home and the intelligent building is to conserve valuable energy resources and contribute to a healthier environment, the same is no less true for automotive manufacturer Tesla, which is exhibiting at ISE for the first time. Tesla says that its goal is to accelerate the world’s transition to electric mobility with a full range of increasingly affordable electric cars, catalysing a change in the automotive industry. The company believes that transitioning the world to electric mobility depends on efficient vehicle technology, convenient charging solutions and sustainable energy sources, along with storage solutions for intermittent energy. On show – and attracting significant interest – on Tesla’s ISE 2017 stand are its Model S, which the company says is is the fastest and safest sedan in its class, and which accelerates from 0 to 60mph in as little as 2.5s, and

The seven-seat Model X SUV is one of two Tesla models on the stand the seven-seat SUV. Both are said to have the longest range of any electric car – and both benefit from continuous in-service improvement through overthe-air software updates. Tesla notes that its Powerwall technology works together with solar panels to use the endless power of the

sun and to reduce dependency on fossil fuels, saving up solar energy during the day to use at night. Together with the residential solar panels Powerwall and Model S/X, Tesla claims it offers a total solution for only using sustainable energy.

Stand: 9-B170

Speakers for homes, gardens TRIAD SPEAKERS

Dent: “ISE is the natural environment to showcase our products”

Meeting chairman Bob Snyder commented: “This event is a great way for executives to meet one another. I am taking a personal interest in getting the most important distribution companies to attend. It’s a way for executives to meet state-ofthe-art manufacturers, and it’s also an opportunity for them to chat with one another.” Distributors of all sizes will benefit from M2D, Snyder added: “EMEA is such a rich and diverse distribution landscape, it’s often hard for newto-market vendors to meet the right companies at the right level to get attention,” noting that M2D provides the perfect forum for those companies to get the attention they deserve.

The company’s RotaSat in-ceiling speaker, which features a 180° rotating angled baffle, as well as a laser light-guided independently aimable tweeter, is one of a number of products being featured by Triad Speakers at ISE 2017. Also being premiered are Triad’s new indoor architectural and outdoor designs that utilise UltraBroad Hemispherical Dispersion (UBHD) driver technology to deliver what the company claims is outstanding off-axis sound while

minimising hot-spotting. The new indoor in-ceiling DesignerSeries DS4/9FR fullrange speaker system (9in depth) utilises a 3in UBHD broadband driver that works in concert with its two integrated 3in x 6in woofers, all from within a sealed enclosure. The UBHD drivers are housed in a twist-on moulded pendant that Triad says can easily be taken out for servicing, without requiring the enclosure to be removed from the ceiling. The full-range DS4/9FR can be complemented by the optional

DS4/9 Sub, a traditional passive subwoofer that employs three 3in x 6in woofers, also from within a sealed enclosure. Triad’s outdoor Garden Array Series also employs UBHD technology. The GA4 satellite can be used as a 6-ohm or 70/100V system and can be staked in the ground, hidden in vegetation, or mounted on trees, walls or ceilings. The GA10 Subwoofer can sit above ground or be partially buried, with only its mushroomlike top protruding.

Stand: 1-N122

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