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The winners of the first-ever ISE Stand Design Awards competition were announced yesterday afternoon during a presentation ceremony at the Audio Solutions Theatre. Organised by EXHIBITOR magazine, an award-winning monthly publication featuring best practices for trade show marketing, the Stand Design Awards were created to recognise the stand-design efforts of the exhibitors at ISE 2017. The nominees were divided into three size-based categories: 6-39sqm, 40–100sqm and over 100sqm. The independent panel of judges, charged with picking the winners from a shortlist of 21 stands, were: Matthias Braun, creative director, Studio Atelier Damböck Messebau; Dick de Jong, manager of presentations and collections, NEMO Science Museum, Amsterdam; Aleksey Kozyrev, exhibition design team lead, Wargaming Group; and Andrew Sexton, creative director and agency partner, 2LK Design, UK. The winners were: LUMITRIX - Best Stand up to 39sqm Judges appreciated the versatility of this design, which allowed for interaction and adaptability. They felt it perfectly demonstrated the company’s product in an engaging way and packed a powerful punch in a minimal space.

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EXPROMO - Best Stand between 40 and 100sqm Judges applauded the exhibitor’s ability to integrate the screens into the architecture in a seamless yet interesting manner. They also appreciated the ancillary booth adjacent to the main exhibit, which extended the space to make it appear even larger than it is, providing additional presence and an area perfect for one-onone discussions – with a prime vantage point of the main booth’s multimedia show. EPSON EUROPE - Best Stand over 100sqm A consistent design language throughout the entire, massive space helped Epson take home the award in the over 100sqm category. Judges also appreciated a similarly consistently high quality of digital content featured in myriad ways throughout the Epson exhibit. “I’d like to applaud Integrated Systems Europe for choosing to partner with an independent third party,” said ceremony host Travis Stanton, editor of EXHIBITOR magazine, who presented the awards in conjunction with ISE managing director Mike Blackman. “Through this arrangement with ISE, the competition is able to be conducted

in a completely unbiased manner, with the utmost integrity. All details have been organised by EXHIBITOR, with adjudication from a third-party panel of experiential design experts, who were able to evaluate each stand based on its merits and nothing more.”

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AV/IT: we need to communicate BY IAN McMURRAY Recalling the famous words of Sun Microsystems’ John Gage – “The network is the computer” – Volker Löwer of IFB Consulting began his presentation at InfoComm’s “Interfacing between IT and AV” conference at ISE 2017 yesterday by suggesting that, today, “the network is the media system”. However, he pointed out, there is much misunderstanding: it is, for example, too easy to assume that everything is data, so we can put it on the network. Löwer took this a step further, claiming that “not everything that looks like a network is indeed a network”. Using HDBaseT as an example,

he explained how, just because the requirement was to move an AV signal from a transmit point to a receive point didn’t mean that it could pass through the switches and routers typical of an IT network. He also noted the constraints placed on network management by protocols such as Dante. Löwer went on to describe the differing requirements of the primary users of the network – the IT organisation – and the requirements of the AV application. Latency, for instance, is a key concern for AV, while conserving bandwidth is a preoccupation for IT. He went on to describe how, in his view, IT organisations often appeared not to care about the

specific requirements of AV devices – while AV professionals tend to be unconcerned by the demands of network management. “So,” asked Löwer. “How do we make things better?” His recommendation was that communication between the IT and AV teams was essential, with a full and frank exchange of requirements and preconditions. “Both sides,” he said, “need to understand the issues facing the other side, and work together to find feasible, effective, robust solutions.” The session then moved on to a case study of the challenges overcome by UNIDO in Vienna, followed by a highly interactive and stimulating panel discussion.

IFB Consulting’s Volker Löwer: “How do we make things better?”

Affordable signage Claro easy conferencing control for retail security PEAVEY

LEVELONE The first ever showing of the DSS-1000 digital signage player is taking place at ISE 2017, where first-time exhibitor LevelOne hopes to catch the eye of retail visitors seeking an affordable digital signage solution that addresses not only their advertising goals, but also their security concerns. The device, working with one of the company’s HDMI extenders and a Windows PC-based CMS solution, enables retailers to play up to 9x9 images on up to 250 displays simultaneously, using feeds from live IP surveillance cameras alongside other files playing ads, movies, slide shows and promotions, all of which can

be scheduled. “We come from the IT space and we see an opportunity to help retailers maximise their screens at the point of sale,” said Marian Häke, technical salesperson at LevelOne. “Usually, video surveillance to prevent theft is shown on a small screen. Our solution allows you to combine your surveillance activities and theft prevention with product promotions in a very affordable manner. So far, we have had some very high quality conversations with ISE visitors about DSS-1000.” The company also provides security cameras and analogue to IP camera conversion technology.

Stand: 8-K216

Targeting the meeting and conference business, Peavey Commercial Audio has launched its MediaMatrix Claro processor. The unit is suited to boardroom, courtroom, lecture theatre and

Members of the non-profit SDVoE Alliance line up at the consortium’s launch yesterday. (L-R): Kamran Ahmed, CEO & co-founder at AptoVision; Amir

classroom meeting conferencing applications. The single rack processing frame holds 12 balanced mic / line level inputs with eight line outputs. The DSP processing covers dynamic in/out control automatic and manual mixing capabilities and

Bar-Niv, VP of marketing at Aquantia; Victor Vettorello, senior application specialist, Christie; Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance; Laurent Masia,

signal routing. “What separates this is that it is already preconfigured in the DSP,” said global marketing manager Shayne Thomas. “You don’t need to programme it and it works with any web interface. It saves huge amounts in of programming and set-up time.”

Stand: 7-N210

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Super-reality is coming to sports fans BY GEORGE COLE Imagine you could experience the thrill of racing in an F1 motor car while sitting in your living room, or jumping off a cliff in a paraglider. That is the tantalising prospect sports fans could be offered with virtual reality (VR) technology, which immerses users into a virtual world. At yesterday’s Sports Venue Technology Summit, sponsored by Supponor, a panel debated the question ‘VR: even better than the real thing?’ Dave Elliot, enterprise business development manager, Holovis, thought that VR could be used to “extend the

experience of the main event at a venue. What if you could experience walking through the players’ tunnel before the football match started?” But Jean-Luc Affaticati, CEO Digit Arena, said, “We are not focusing on bringing VR into venues, but using it to bring fans from the outside into them.” That was the majority view of the panel. Samuel Westberg, director of sales EMEA, LiveLike, stated: “The quality of VR is not good enough to watch whole games – there are limits to the medium,” but added, “I think VR has the potential to become a media aggregator, and eventually, the main media to watch sports events at home.”

There was potential to make money from VR, said Elliot. “What if you could experience parachuting or high cliff diving without any danger? There’s pay-per-view potential for that.” The panel concluded that, ultimately, the decision would be made by rights holders. When the ISE Daily asked the panel if they thought that VR could become a commercial flop like 3D, Pieter Van Leugenhagen, business strategist, Yondr, said, “I don’t believe VR will be hyped like 3D. 3D was seen as a replacement for cinema and normal TV, but VR is not - it’s just a new medium that sits next to TV and cinema.”

Jean-Luc Affaticati (second left): “We are not focusing on bringing VR into venues, but using it to bring fans from the outside into them”

Russian insights Wide array of speakers

BY JAMES GROVES

ISE 2017 has hosted its first ‘Insights into the Russian Markets’ event. The presentation and networking event, which took place yesterday afternoon, was designed to deliver ‘invaluable’ information on the Russian AV systems integrations business, giving manufacturers looking to expand into Russia and CIS the opportunity to connect with key Russian distributors. It saw various Russian business representatives offer their insights into the up-and-coming Russian market: ISR’s Daria Petrova; invidis consulting founder and managing director Florian Rotberg; Polymedia CEO Elena Novikova; Digis’ Pavel Sigov, Iridium Mobiles’ Nikolay Rusanov; and Hi-Tech Media managing partner Sergey Kuznetsov. Petrova said, “We want to introduce Russian manufacturers to the wider market. GDP is projected to grow between 1% and 2% in the next year, and, with our recession coming to an end, there is great deal of potential in the Russian market.” As an example, she cited the growing DOOH and digital signage market throughout Moscow and

St Petersburg, where over 15,000 out-of-home advertising structures generated approximately €190 million in 2016. “Russia has changed a lot,” stated Rotberg. “There are many positive signs for 2017 and 2018. The market is huge, and with the event of major events such as the 2018 World Cup in Russia, we will see major investments in our markets in the near future.”

TW AUDIO Three installation products are being exhibited by TW Audio: the Vera20i vertical array for installations, the T30i wideband installation loudspeaker, and the T20i point source loudspeaker. The Vera20i is a 2 x 10in LF/1.4in HF vertical array, designed for

installations in aesthetic conscious markets where sightlines and an unobtrusive look are required. It measures just over 60cm wide and 28cm high per module. Compared to standard 8in driver arrays. The two 10in driver of the Vera20i are able to reproduce up to 6dB more low frequency output, with lower distortion.

The T30i is a dual 14in LF/1.4in HF wideband installation speaker. It offers full-range operation from 34Hz to 20kHz in a single enclosure. It is capable of delivering 139dB. Finally, the T20i is 2 x 10in LF/1.4in HF, and is specifically designed for the performance installation market.

Stand: 14-D150

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Petrova: “With our recession coming to an end, there is great deal of potential in the Russian market”

On GP Acoustics’ stand, a number of new speakers have been added to the KEF C range of installation speakers. At the very top end, the company is previewing the very new C5 160REF-THX installation

speaker system, that is the first to be based on KEF’s REF series. “For the first time we are introducing an installation speaker using the original Uni-Q from our reference series,” said Frank Eschholz, GP Acoustics’ senior product specialist.

The speaker is THX certified, which is something that KEF is undertaking for a number of its high-end speakers. The plan is to have C5 160REF-THX available in the middle of this year with pricing of around $10,500.

Stand: 7-D170

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Spots make a difference for colour CONGRATULATIONS ADAM HALL GROUP Cameo, the Adam Hall Group brand for professional lighting equipment, has extended its Auro series with two powerful LED moving heads, Auro Spot 300 and 400. Featuring 16-bit resolution and high speed three-phase motors for 630° pan and 230° tilt, the Auro Spot 400 offers RDM capability and a powerful, ultra bright single LED. The fixture sports two gobo wheels, rotating and fixed gobos, two colour wheels and a choice of three rotating prisms with 12 intense colours, split colours and two temperatures of white. For outdoor use, the Zenit Auro Spot 400 is a professional moving head with RDM capability and powerful, ultra bright single LED P 130 and Zenit P 40 IP65rated PAR spotlights provide a diverse range of options for for simple, intuitive configuration. can be copied to the integrated creative lighting design. Both PARs DMX-compatible lighting units can Flash memory. The free Cameo D are supplied with two diffusers and be controlled via PC or Mac to create 4 software package contains over feature a robust cast aluminium professional light shows through 15,000 device libraries and a scan housing as well as innovative, the use of the DVC 4 DMX interface. library editor to create and edit locking 5-pin DMX sockets and In Live mode, the plug-and-play device profiles. A free app facilitates power input and output sockets. interface offers 512 DMX channels. remote control by iPhones, iPads A modern OLED display with four Used in stand-alone mode with 256 and android devices via WiFi. touch-sensitive control panels aims channels, programmed light shows Stand: 7-K200

Turkey takes on China TAGLIG Armed with delicious Turkish Delights, Taglig has come to Amsterdam to challenge the dominance of Chinese manufacturers over the LED market by presenting itself as an attractive alternative for European clients for shipping and after sales. “Our raw materials are Chinese, but our production is based in Turkey,” said a spokesman for the

company. “The advantage of our company is location, we are closer to Europe than China. We are here to give our brand more exposure, expand our visibility and perhaps secure distributorships as a good alternative to the Chinese market.” The company produces a range of SMD LED screens starting at 1.2mm, with a 3.9mm pixel pitch version showing on the stand at 4K resolution. Also showing on the stand are the 2.5mm and 2.9mm

options. Screens can be custommade to customer requests and are aimed at the digital signage and advertising market. Taglig, which has been operating for the last two years as a manufacturer, has already provided screens to support Turkish entertainment TV shows as well as to the 80,000seat Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.

Stand: 8-K340

DVS-200 streaming server software launched DATA VIDEO Streaming platform, the DVS-200, has been launched here at ISE 2017 by Data Video. DVS-200 allows the user to encode, transcode, record and deliver real time video to multiple

devices. It comes as a software package or as a fully catered turnkey solution. “Users can deliver their stream to any location, any screen, in any quality, in a flexible and easy manner,” commented marketing manager at

the company, Valentijn Diemel. He added: “The DVS-200 can be combined with our streaming decoders to create an IPTV or digital signage network, so you can send content to any location.”

Stand: 5-S56

Wide array of speakers TW AUDIO Three installation products are being exhibited by TW Audio. The Vera20i vertical array for installations, the T30i wideband installation loudspeaker, and the T20i point source loudspeaker. The Vera20i is a 2 x 10in LF/1.4in HF vertical array, designed for installations

in aesthetic conscious markets where sightlines and an unobtrusive look are required. It measures just over 60cm wide and 28cm high per module. Compared to standard 8in driver arrays. The two 10in driver of the Vera20i are able to reproduce up to 6dB more low frequency output, with lower distortion.

Greg Moores, CTS-I, technical director of UK-based integrator Feltech, was the first to pass the InfoComm Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) exam at ISE 2017. Moores attained the specialised CTS-I certification for installation. “I don’t do as much installation myself anymore, but we’re encouraging our staff to pursue their certifications,” he said. For more than 30 years, InfoComm has administered the CTS program, which is recognised worldwide as the leading AV professional credential.

See infocomm.org/certification.

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POWERSOFT Duecanali 1602, a two-channel amplifier, has been launched in Hall 7. Powersoft describes it as a ‘vital’ addition to the Duecanali Series. In terms of on-board technology, it is similar to the new Quattrocanali four channel amplifier platform, which has also been launched at ISE 2017. However it differs from the current Duecanali models, which are based on the company’s K Series. Network audio expansion is provided by the Dante protocol with a capacity of 4x4 channels, a

feature not available in the earlier Duecanali models. The amplifier is able to drive low impedance loads (2/4/8 ohm) and 70V/100V distributed lines selectable per channel. Furthermore, it provides more than 16 different possible output configurations (Lo-Z, Hi-Z, bridge mode, parallel mode, and combinations of these), delivering a maximum output power per channel of 800W at 8ohm, 800W at 4ohm, 1000W at 2ohm, 2000W at 8ohm bridged, 1600W at 4ohm bridged, 800W at 100V, and 800W at 70V.

Stand: 7-K180, 7-V200

Those brave enough to step inside the Near Miss Simulator in the Immersive Technology Zone (curated by Holovis) have to leave a fear of heights at the door, as they are quickly immersed into extremely compelling content of carrying out a task in a high risk working environment at height.

The T30i is a dual 14in LF/1.4in HF wideband installation speaker. It offers full range operation from 34Hz to 20KHz in a single enclosure. It is capable of delivering 139dB. Finally, the T20i is 2 x 10in LF/1.4in HF, and is specifically designed for the performance installation market.

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Aplauz for Polish distributor ALCONS AUDIO Aplauz has been appointed as the Alcons distributor in Poland. Located in Łomianki, near Warsaw, Aplauz was established in 2003 and has grown to become a well-known Polish supplier of professional audio solutions. Last year, Aplauz and Alcons collaborated on a project that included a shoot-out between a number of loudspeaker brands, followed by an event in Łódź – the first official presentation of Alcons in Poland. It included a session with Alcons Audio managing director Tom Back on the background to the company’s pro-ribbon technology,

with demonstrations of a nine cabinet per side LR18 system with BQ211 subs. The company’s VR series point source systems and QR series line-source solutions were also demonstrated. “Bringing new technology to the professional market is not only about a great product, it’s about the people who locally put their reputation behind those products,” said Back. “Grzegorz and his staff have chosen to communicate our commitment and belief in the benefits of pro-ribbon technology to their discerning clients in the Polish market.”

Flexible PA/VA system aims for economy DYNACORD Promatrix 6000 is being showcased at ISE 2017, a combined public address and voice evacuation system. It offers excellent speech intelligibility and superior sound quality, says Dynacord, via technologies developed for professional sound reinforcement. The Promatrix 6000 is composed of a controller with DSP functions, a 24-zone router, a twochannel amplifier, a call station,

and a call station extension. EN54-certified, the system has a four-channel matrix architecture. Up to four audio signals (such as announcements or playback music) can be simultaneously distributed to different loudspeaker zones, while individual announcements in any zone do not interrupt music in the other zones. Integration of additional audio systems via two of the amplifier’s inputs reduces the total number of required amplifiers, which the company claims lowers total system

Stand: 6-H148

Promatrix 6000’s modular system architecture makes it a complete system consideration for small to medium-sized installations

cost as well as associated operating costs. The use of latest highefficiency class-D amplifiers, as well as intelligent power-management hardware and software, also leads to the lowest possible number of batteries needed at purchase. Fewer batteries need to be replaced on a regular basis, leading to a further reduction of future maintenance costs. Basic and Expert configuration modes are available for convenient building of the complete system architecture. The basic mode is a wizard that provides a step-bystep configuration guide, which makes it possible to programme a basic system within 30 minutes. The expert mode is based on the IRIS-Net software and provides almost unlimited system design flexibility, according to Dynacord, and is able to optimise configurations in more complex and challenging applications.

Stand: 7-M176

Conference camera tracking simplified TELEVIC CONFERENCE Grzegorz Fotek, president and managing director of Aplauz with Tom Back, managing director of Alcons Audio

Redefining dedicated theatre sound performance TDG AUDIO The new Signature Series line from The DaVinci Group (TDG Audio) is being showcased here at ISE 2017. The IWLCR-66 and IWS-210, the first of the series, are now shipping. Signature Series targets the specific high performance, high sound pressure level dedicated home theatre market head on. Because of the physical dimensions (660 x 432mm), each model in the Signature Series features robust construction, with an integrated high grade MDF back-box for better performance control, and a new mounting system that attaches the speakers directly into 16in-oncentre studs, virtually eliminating any possible performance-robbing mechanical vibration. The IWLCR-66 is a large format, in-wall, full range speaker based on dual 6.5in heavy duty drivers designed to be the front left/centre/ right speakers in a professionally designed and installed theatre.

It offers a powerful combination of high efficiency (91dB) with high power handling capability (up to 150W). The IWS-210 in-wall subwoofer utilises a 10in carbon fibre subwoofer and a 10in carbon fibre passive radiator that combine to effectively reproduce the lower octaves of much deeper bass. Carbon fibre is both extremely light and extremely rigid, making it ideal for speakers as it provides for true pistonic movement and extremely low distortion performance. Often found in high-end speaker systems, TDG engineers found it a perfect option for a reference grade theatre speaker system. “We shipped many more units against backorders than we originally anticipated,” said Jeff Francisco, CEO and president of The DaVinci Group. “The level of enthusiasm for the Signature Series by our dealers has exceeded our most optimistic forecasts.”

Stand: 5-S126

The T-Cam Camera Tracking package is being demonstrated here at ISE 2017 by Televic. The package is a complete and out-ofthe-box solution for conference camera tracking. Through a combination of hardware and software, it allows installers to easily equip a conference venue with camera tracking. According to the company, T-Cam integrates effortlessly with all Televic Conference product families for maximum versatility. The T-Cam package comes with two PTZ cameras, a video switcher, and software to be

up and running in no time. Two cameras can be added to the setup to control up to four 3GSDI cameras. The system allows straightforward installation, fast configuration, and integration of a camera tracking system with any Televic Conference system. By combining hardware and software, the T-Cam solution makes it easy to use and control cameras. Installers can quickly set up cameras, create participant presets, and automatically switch the camera between participants based on the conference microphone activity. T-Cam can even add a participant’s name as an overlay

on top of the image. Furthermore, the T-Cam Camera Tracking Solution comes in three different packages, depending on the number of cameras required and the option for a name overlay. With Full HD 1080p output at 60fps and 15x zoom, the T-Cam was made for the Plixus conference network architecture. It allows pristine video with a delay of less than a single frame to be available at the fingertips of every participant, which increases involvement and creates a richer environment to reach better decisions.

Stand: 3-A136

MPEG-4, H.264 module added ZEEVEE The MPEG-4, H.264 encoding media module that ZeeVee has added to its recently announced HDbridge3000 is being demonstrated at ISE 2017. HDbridge3000 is ZeeVee’s solution for the AV over IP transition – by supporting multi-format IP and RF streaming in a single chassis. “HDbridge3000 neatly side-steps the dilemma of how quickly and when to transition by delivering HD and SD video over IP, and RF networks, individually or simultaneously, all within a compact 3RU footprint,” said Robert Muddiman, EMEA sales director for ZeeVee. “Deliver video over

an existing co-axial infrastructure, a standard gigabit Ethernet infrastructure, or a combination of the two from a single platform. Since its launch three months ago, HDbridge3000 has seen over 100 deployments and is delivering content to over 10,000 screens worldwide.” At ISE 2017, ZeeVee is launching a new two channel, H.264 IP media module, which now makes the HDbridge3000 capable of transmitting MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 IP streams, and QAM or DVB-T/C RF streams, simultaneously. The HDbridge3000 is capable of distributing HD, SD and soon 4K UHD content over any network to an unlimited number of displays.

Muddiman: “HDbridge3000 neatly side-steps the dilemma of how quickly and when to transition”

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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’m looking forward to investigating third-party complementary technologies with a view to developing future collaborations for delivering solutions to the end user. Examples such as projection mapping and signal distribution will enable fit-and-forget solutions that complement our laser projectors.

Solid-state projection technology is rapidly gaining ground and market share so we are looking forward to seeing what new developments there are in the industry. 4K infrastructure is also moving along at a pace and it will be interesting to see what technologies, such as servers, cabling and distribution, are emerging.

I always look forward to seeing the people – especially those who design, sell, install and service AV systems. These are the people responsible for delivering the amazing AV experiences our industry is known for, and their insights and comments are always some of my best takeaways from the show.

Daniel Rose European product manager – pro displays, Epson Europe Stand: 1-H90

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

Mark Tracy VP marketing, Middle Atlantic Products, a brand of Legrand Stand: 1-M2

LEVIT8’ing above the crowd ALLOCACOC Studies have shown that sitting all day makes workers less productive, and may even shorten

lifespans. Introducing a fun and practical solution to that problem is LEVIT8, a multi-purpose, flat folding and portable standing desk.

From what appears to be an unassuming magazine, it transforms any ordinary desk into a sit-stand desk. It has no parts and no assembly, so users can

Pendant speakers earn EN54 certification SOUNDTUBE ENTERTAINMENT Being demonstrated at ISE 2017, the RS42-EZ and RS62-EZ are part of SoundTube’s RS-EZ Pendant speaker series and are designed for a wide variety of applications including restaurants, retail, hospitality, houses of worship and education. EN54-24:2008 certified, both speakers feature SoundTube’s BroadBeam Ring technology for wide, smooth dispersion of high frequencies. The RS42-EZ incorporates a 4in coaxial driver and a 0.75in silk dome tweeter with BroadBeam Ring, while the RS62-EZ has a 6.5in coaxial driver and 1.0in silk dome tweeter with BroadBeam Ring. The RS42-EZ and RS62-EZ include a ceramic input terminal

easily alternate between sitting and standing by opening, twisting and closing the LEVIT8. Its functionality and form originate from a simple origami technique; the box-spiral fold. Sizes from small to XL are made available so that the right size can

strip, a built-in thermal fuse, hanging and safety cables, transformer with tap switch, and cover plate with a weather-resistant rubber plug. The speakers may be mounted via a hanging cable or direct conduit. In addition to the EN54 certification, the speakers are UL listed in the US and Canada (1480 UEAY and 2239). A third product in this series, the HP82-EZ 8in high-power pendant with compression driver, received EN54 certification in 2014.

Stand: 3-C87 The RS-EZ Pendant speaker series is designed for a wide variety of applications

be chosen to allow the user’s arms to rest at an ideal angle. The work of three designers based in Singapore, LEVIT8 is one of the first products to succeed with Allocacoc’s crowdfunding platform, DesignNest.

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TODAY’S EVENTS, THEATRE SESSIONS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, TECHNOLOGY DEMOS 12:00-12:30 Audio Distribution in the Age of the Mobile Phone

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

This 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)

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)

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

Have you wondered how easy is it to penetrate a customer’s network? How big a risk is it, really? In this joint InfoComm/CEDIA conference the panel, which primarily deals with applications in small to medium-sized business as well as residential, will help you understand the threats and how to mitigate and respond to them. The sesssion is divided into five 30-minute segments: the network vulnerabilities that hackers 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)

11:00-11:30 Residential Solutions: How to Make It Happen?

From Tokyo in Japan to Bogotá in Colombia, more and more end users require residential solution control for their homes. 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)

11:30-12:00 Meet your Future Standards

Curious? InfoComm International is filling out its suite of industry standards. In less than half an hour, this talk by Ann Brigida, CTS, CStd, director of standards, InfoComm International, will bring you up to speed on what standards are currently in development, why they are being developed, and how you can become a part of the process of moving the audiovisual communications industry forward.

Today, every person has a high-power communications device in his/her pocket and can download apps to make it do whatever one could dream of. With audio being just another signal on an IP network, the mobile phone becomes an integrated part of any commercial audio solution. Using three real-world implementations, Barix’s Reto Brader explains how audio over IP technology, mobile phones and the appropriate mobile application integrate to create a complete solution. ISE Audio Solutions Theatre – Stand 7-Z160 (Free event)

12:00-12:30 Room Terminal 2.0: Judgement Day

Can the concept of BYOC in fact put an end to the era of specialised appliances? Stanislav Soldatov, CTO of TrueConf, will focus on the essential prerequisites for these changes and discuss the pros and cons of this popular phenomenon. Today users are expecting much more of meeting rooms than installers are able to offer. This presentation will highlight what exactly your customers are looking for. Key topics include: USB peripherals, Ultra HD, huddle rooms, PC, PC software, terminals and BYOC. InfoComm Unified Communications Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 11-A140 (Free event)

13:30-14:00 Building a Smarter Home with Alexa

Natural user interfaces, such as those based on speech, enable customers to interact with their home in a more intuitive way. With the VUI (Voice User Interface) smart home, now customers don’t need to use their hands or eyes to do things around the home – they only have to ask and it’s at their command. This session by Sebastien Stormacq, senior solutions architect at Amazon Alexa, will address the vision for the VUI smart home and how innovations with Amazon Alexa make it possible CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre – Stand 5-S120 (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 screed displays situated in the Business Lounge; Entrance K and the Ruby Lounge near the Forum will display details of manufacturers looking for new and additional distributors of their products and services. The M2D event will welcome manufacturers looking for new distributors and distributors looking for new product lines to add to their range. If you, as a manufacturer or distributor, would like to take part simply turn up on the day. Registration is not required. Café Amsterdam (outside Hall 14) (Free event)

InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre (sponsored by Crestron) – Stand 8-D360 (Free event)

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CEDIA recently launched the CEDIA Online Community, as part of its mission to develop programmes that make it easier for members to connect with one another on a year-round basis. This forum provides an extra touchpoint for members to develop and sustain connections that will help them thrive in the industry. Already, since its September launch, the CEDIA Online Community has seen a surging membership to 30,100 global participants, the sharing of more than 40 resources and over 600 discussions, covering a wide range of technology, business and legislative issues. “The smart home industry thrives on the strength and support of its community,” said Vin Bruno. “The CEDIA Online Community – another exclusive CEDIA member benefit – is bringing the community into an always-on, live environment for networking, mentoring and idea sharing. Here, they can exchange insights, expertise and opinions and learn from each other’s experiences. I urge all members to join and be a part of this CEDIA conversation.” In creating an environment where mutually beneficial relationships can develop and thrive, the CEDIA Online Community provides a protected space for members. They can access downloadable resources, connect with peers both in their region and across the globe, discuss industry hot topics, share ideas with industry subject matter experts and thought leaders, extend the conversation after in-person events, and much more.

Here is a glimpse at just one of the discussions that was posted to the community over the last few months. This topic was started by a member looking for advice on how to compete with electricians in his market: Do you charge a different labour rate for pre-wire to help land the job? One response: Plugs and switches haven’t changed much in the last 70 years. Custom electronics changes every day. Sell your knowledge. Sell your understanding of how all of these gadgets need to work in a house. Sound advice, right? What are you waiting for? All CEDIA members are automatically added to the online community and are given a unique profile that can be personalised. Similar to other social media communities, this makes it easy for members to search and connect with those they have previously met or would like to meet. The CEDIA Online Community can be accessed by members at www.cedia.net/community.

Vin Bruno: “The smart home industry thrives on the strength and support of its community”

How else can you be a part of the CEDIA community? CEDIA offers members a number of great opportunities to connect and be part of the CEDIA community. CEDIA Groups: CEDIA membership opens the door to CEDIA Groups, candid and confidential get-togethers of around seven to 10 business owners. These individuals regularly meet via teleconference to share best practices and troubleshoot challenges. Volunteering: Members can discover new skills, expand their network, and gain industry standing when their membership is taken to the next level by becoming a CEDIA

volunteer – the lifeblood of our organisation. Trade shows: Once ISE 2017 is over, why not connect and catch up with industry leaders, manufacturers and experts at CEDIA 2017. This huge industry event for the professional home technology sector will be held in San Diego, CA at the San Diego Convention Center, 6-9 September, 2017. More information is available at www.cedia.net. For more information on CEDIA membership, please visit www.cedia. co.uk/member-benefits.

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InfoComm’s new landmark research to enjoy European debut

InfoComm International, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and IHS Markit, a global leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, are in the process of readying an all-new forecast of the market for professional audiovisual products and services worldwide. The comprehensive reports, due for release this year, supersede InfoComm’s previous Market Definition and Strategy Study series of research products, which was last updated in 2014 and forecast the pro-AV industry through to 2016. InfoComm previewed the new study for international press on Wednesday at ISE 2017. The first report, devoted to the European market for AV products and services, is due in early spring. “Working with IHS Markit presents a great opportunity for InfoComm,” said David Labuskes, CTS, CAE, RCDD, executive director and CEO of InfoComm International. “Their team of analysts will bring unprecedented insight into our industry, which not only benefits our members and other AV companies, but also helps us tell the story of this dynamic industry to enterprise decision makers at organisations that seek experiences and outcomes from audiovisual technology.” The new family of market-sizing studies, conducted by IHS Markit on behalf of InfoComm, will draw on the London-based firm’s extensive resources covering the breadth of professional

AV, from displays and digital signage, to AV infrastructure and audio systems, to streaming and mobile AV. In recent years, through organic growth and acquisitions, IHS Markit has accumulated the expertise of established analyst firms in the pro-AV space and related industries, including DisplaySearch, IMS Research, Infonetics Research, iSupply Corp, Screen Digest and RootMetrics. “We’re excited to collaborate with InfoComm on this project,” said Tom Morrod, senior director for consumer, media and telecoms research at IHS Markit. “We will bring the full range of expertise and experience on the pro-AV industry into a new market analysis and help provide strategic insight and information to the industry. We look forward to working widely with InfoComm to make this the best available research on this market.” The reports will offer a global view of the pro-AV industry and include regionspecific versions for Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas. Through its agreement with IHS Markit, InfoComm will generate specific reports for sub-regions and specific countries. David Labuskes: “Working with IHS Markit presents a great opportunity for InfoComm”

What’s next? Learning is for a lifetime Put everything you’ve learned at ISE to work advancing your career in pro AV. InfoComm’s European team, based in Munich, schedules networking opportunities and education courses throughout the region all year long. This spring, several popular courses will be offered in the UK, including AV Design 1: Environment, 21-23 March, and AV Design 2: Infrastructure, 25-27 April,

both in London. InfoComm will offer CTS Prep and Design 3 in May. InfoComm also has plans to offer its popular comprehensive course for technology managers, How to Effectively Manage AV Staff, in the UK on 28-30 March. The venue is still to be determined. For information or to register contact Ben Barnard, bbarnard@infocomm.org, +44 (0)1442 345100.

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New look 42in QSR totem 7,665sqm of LED displays in Atlanta ARMAGARD Outdoor digital signage protection company Armagard is showing its new look quick service restaurant (QSR) totem aimed at, but not exclusive to, drive-thru facilities. As an all-inclusive unit, the system aims to save users money and time

The QSR totem is weatherproof and the enclosure is designed to accommodate any 42in high-bright screen

as it eliminates the need to source AV hardware separately. The QSR totem is weatherproof and the enclosure is designed to accommodate any 42in high-bright screen, providing protection against dust, insects and vandalism. The protective enclosure has several new design features including the addition of ‘edge to edge’ glass. The glass is a design modification aimed to improve the overall aesthetics of the unit. On display as a complete solution, the system on show includes a sunlight readable, 800 nit 42in highbright screen, a media player and the standard controller board, which automatically manages the on-off commands for enclosure features such as air curtains, fans, heaters and power outlets, keeping screens at an optimum temperature and preventing ‘blackouts’. Also on show is the 55in totem wayfinder system, on display as a complete solution and used for directional cues in facilities such as transportation sites and hotels.

Stand: 8-E265

DAKTRONICS Described as the largest LED video display in sports, a 360º halo display is being manufactured and installed by Daktronics at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. It will be installed above the field as part of the stadium’s retractable roof structure. In addition, a mega column LED display that stretches 30.8m from the first concourse level to the roof is also being installed in the stadium. Altogether, Daktronics will install more than 7,665sqm of video displays at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The halo display measures 17.7m high by 327.6m in circumference (large enough for a helicopter to fly through) for a total of 5,751sqm of display space. It will be more than five stories high and nearly three times larger than the largest display in professional football. The mega column is a foursided display covering a building support structure with usable video

Capore Plus tangible object recognition INTERACTIVE SCAPE The Capore Plus tangible object recognition technology is making its debut on the stand of ISE newcomer interactive scape. Capore Plus is an advancement of the Berlin-based multi-touch developer’s existing Capore Basic solution. Capore Plus boasts up to 80 simultaneous touches, 26 simultaneous objects and practically unlimited object IDs

This precise object touch system is said to ensure that there are no ‘false positives’ during operation. Capore Plus is also effective in all light conditions and boasts up to 80 simultaneous touches, 26 simultaneous objects and practically unlimited object IDs. Utilising PCAP touch technology from 3M, Capore Plus supports

small, flexible objects thanks to markers that are currently 7.5cm in diameter and 0.7cm deep and can be attached to any object regardless of its conductivity, instead of requiring bulky conductible objects. Capore Plus works on interactive scape’s ‘scape tangible’ displays, which are built into all of its object recognition tables, including the recently launched Pro Scape 55 UHD, but can also be bought separately using 3M sensors, in regular 43in, 55in and 65in screen sizes. The displays output the TUIO signal, which allows for touch and object data, and the application PC can be Windows, Mac or Linux, with users free to choose their programming framework. Capore Plus is on show at the interactive scape stand and also on stand 8-K325 with Ventuz Technology.

Stand: 8-K230

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s halo display measures 17.7m high by 327.6m in circumference space to entertain fans. At a total of 623sqm, approximately 30.8m high by 21.6m around, the mega column has more square metres than the main video displays at 19 professional football venues and 24 major league venues for baseball. These displays will use 15HD pixel layouts to provide full HD video and instant replays. They can also use variable content zoning for multiple windows to show any combination of video, statistics, graphics and animations, sponsor messages, and other game information.

In addition to the halo and mega column displays, Daktronics will install 12 other LED displays throughout the facility including fascia and auxiliary displays. Three displays will feature Ultra-High Definition (UHD) LED technology with pixels spaced 2.5mm apart to bring fans into the action with upclose live video and replays in two club areas at the stadium. Fieldlevel perimeter displays are also included as part of the project to surround the pitch during Atlanta United FC events.

Stand: 8-N263

Creating smart spaces FAMASETE Transforming the home or office into a smart space is the main role of the new interactive multitouch Wingsys TA011 table by Famasete and Laskasas. The table allows the user to paint pictures, play games, listen to music, publish photos, check emails, share content or even learn a new language without leaving the sofa. It runs thousands of applications through the new

multitouch Wingsys software or by combining the Windows Store with the new Windows 10 Microsoft Operating System. The Wingsys TA011 includes a full HD 43in display and the Intel Nuc I3 computer. There are three different veneer stains to choose from, including high gloss ebony, natural oak and natural American walnut, and either a black or white lacquered finish. The table top is made of black tempered glass.

Stand: 8-K323

The Wingsys TA011 includes a full HD 43in display and runs thousands of applications

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Flow on show 4K video capture cards INFINITUS

The imotionFLOW series will be on show at the Infinitus stand, including the new imotionFLOW 47in landscape table, an interactive display intended to be used as a full outdoor, sun exposed unit and equipped with a 4+4mm PCT touchscreen. This screen is pitched at wayfinding applications and brand building in point of interest (POI) locations in cities and shopping malls. In addition, the unit takes into consideration the access needs of disabled users. Visitors can also see the imotionFLOW 37in stretched landscape displays, both single and double sided, for full outdoor use. With a 1,500 nit luminance

output and 4,000:1 contrast ratio, these displays are made for areas with direct sun exposure, such as transportation hubs. With a full front glass finish, they can be placed onto ceilings or walls and come with a controlmotion remote diagnostics tool. Finally, the imotionFLOW 55in is the company’s first double sided, IP56 ventilation based portrait display with text to speech (TTS) functionality. It’s made for sun exposed outdoor locations and intended for passenger information. The integrated TTS functionality is particularly aimed at transport hubs and at any organisation that is sensitive to the requirements of disabled users.

Stand: 8-F270

Delivering signage to London venues MALER DIGITAL SIGNAGE OPERATIONS A collaboration project with AEG Europe is at the heart of the Maler Digital Signage ISE presence this year, alongside other similar case studies. AEG Europe, a leading sports and entertainment presenter, operates and provides services to some of the most iconic venues in London, including The O2 Arena, Eventim Apollo and the SSE Arena, Wembley. The digital signage networks at these facilities, as well as those on board the MBNA Thames Clippers, have been developed and managed by Maler Digital Signage. This includes different

screen networks in separate facilities, managed one-byone or in groups, to fulfil AEG Europe’s complex scheduling requirements. Each venue has an independent TELentice Monitor Interface with its own system, a made-to-measure tool that allows the complete control and reporting capabilities of its own digital network, with the added capability of sharing specific advertising. At the same time, each venue’s traffic monitoring is redirected to a main AEG Europe monitor, where all systems are reported live. This solution allows AEG Europe IT HQ and Maler Digital Signage to oversee all the venues from a single server location.

Stand: 8-N300

NANJING MAGEWELL ELECTRONICS The recently expanded line of Magewell PCIe video capture cards is on show at ISE. These 4K capture cards aim to costeffectively bring real-time 4K video input to applications like videoconferencing, surveillance, medical imaging, videowall design, event production or broadcast. They support resolutions up to 4096 x 2160, including the 3840 x 2160 4K Ultra HD television standard. Five 4K models offer users, systems integrators and OEMs a choice of input interfaces. The Pro Capture AIO 4K captures 4K video up to 30fps over HDMI 1.4 and 6Gbps SDI interfaces, while the Pro Capture AIO 4K Plus supports 4K at 60fps over HDMI 2.0 and 30fps via SDI. The Pro Capture HDMI 4K and Pro Capture HDMI 4K Plus support 30fps and 60fps 4K video, respectively, for HDMI-only applications. The latest model, the

Magewell’s Pro Capture AIO 4K Plus card captures 4K video over HDMI and SDI interfaces

newly introduced Pro Capture DVI 4K, captures up to 1080p HD over single-link DVI or 4K 2160p30 over a dual-link connection. All five cards feature hardwarebased video processing, providing high-quality deinterlacing, scaling, colour space conversion and video

enhancements without taking host CPU cycles away from third-party software. Input video can be fed to multiple software applications simultaneously, with independent control of resolution, frame rate and processing.

Stand: 8-F235

Joining forces: digital signage for buildings VISIOSIGN Basys and VisioSign have joined forces in a long-term partnership to provide a range of hardware and software digital signage solutions to allow customers to deliver stylish signage-based communication across their buildings. As a German hardware manufacturer, Basys produces and distributes digital signage displays for both indoor and outdoor applications in a wider range of formats ranging from 10in screens to 85in information kiosks.

On the software side, Danish VisioSign focuses on delivering software solutions that address the internal communication challenges faced by organisations trying to effectively communicate with their employees, business partners or visitors. The collaboration has resulted in the development of the BlackLine range, designed jointly by VisioSign and Basys, manufactured by Basys and preinstalled with VisioSign digital signage software.

Stand: 8-H267

BlackLine is a complete digital signage solution by VisioSign and Basys

Cologne rolls out Prismaflex screens PRISMAFLEX INTERNATIONAL

The digital signage network at the O2 Arena is the result of a collaboration between AEG Europe and Maler Digital Signage

In summer 2016, Cologne (Köln) became the first German city to roll out a network of 28 Ströermanaged 6mm Prismaflex Prismatronic LED displays located in strategic high traffic locations around the city. Displayed content switches between advertising and a balanced blend of local news, combined with some sport and

weather reports. Having initially concentrated its OOH advertising activities on roadside LED billboards, OOH and online advertising solutions provider Ströer launched a new ‘roadside’ product in Wuppertal in 2015 along with a new marketing strategy in 2015, supported by Prismaflex Prismatronic LED displays.

Stand: 8-D215

A Prismatronic LED display promotes the amenities of Cologne

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BlueRiver API on cards VOXPOP Which technology will have the APTOVISION

BlueRiver API has been released, a complete application programming interface that lets developers easily harness all the features of AptoVision’s BlueRiver NT+ Series of AV-over-IP chipsets. The chipset technology is the world’s only technology able to transport uncompressed, zerolatency Ultra HD/4K HDR over Ethernet, according to AptoVision. The company says the building blocks in BlueRiver API include easy interfaces to control upscaling up to 4K, downscaling, aspect ratio management, frame rate conversion, chroma sample conversion, videowall processing, image compositing, audio down-mixing, video routing, independent audio routing, multicast IGMP management and more. Justin Kennington, strategic and technical marketing director at AptoVision, said: “As with any comprehensive, well-designed application programming interface, BlueRiver API provides a set of simple subroutine definitions, protocols and tools that control

complex tasks to make it easier for developers to program their applications.” “No longer are development schedules bogged down with months of custom firmware coding and tuning,” he continued. “Product developers can focus on creating the perfect user interfaces and AV management tools for their targeted market segments in education, healthcare, enterprise, entertainment, hospitality, retail, houses of worship, government, military, industrial and security – wherever the need for uncompromised zero-latency 4K video arises.”

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BlueRiver API can streamline creation of software-defined video over Ethernet applications

Staging on P4.8 LED YESTECH A new indoor and outdoor LED display is being launched

within the existing Yestech LED Magic Stage Series. Called the Supreme MG7 P4.8, it is equipped with customised

The Supreme MG7 P4.8 is the latest addition to the LED Magic Stage Series

greatest impact on the industry in the next five years, and why?

The availability of improved display technologies and the resulting raised consumer expectation of video quality will continue to drive the market forward, with more pixels (4K>8K), higher frame rates (60fps>120fps) and HDR all needing faster processing and greater interface bandwidth. Content creation and delivery mechanisms will therefore require faster processors, and ultimately adoption of IP for compressed, or higher-bandwidth uncompressed, video transport between end equipment. This will need to be done without significantly raising cost or power consumption, requiring silicon vendors to provide optimised devices that can be used across the market, yet still provide flexibility and differentiation.

Digital signage will become a two-screen, bidirectional experience with Bluetoothbased beacon technology enabling a new level of audience participation. Customers or visitors will be presented with options to interact with and control the signage from their mobile device. Beacon technology will allow retailers to increase sales with engaging point-of-purchase promotions. Informative messaging capabilities will enrich the visitor experience at transportation hubs, corporate and educational campuses, and other public spaces. Lobbies will greet visitors with a personalised welcome and exhibits at museums, entertainment venues and other attractions will take on a whole new level of interactivity.

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

Jeff Hastings CEO, BrightSign Stand: 8-K240

1818 full black LED lamps and delivers high levels of grey-scale processing with low brightness, with a contrast ratio reaching 6000:1. MG7 P4.8 can be used to create indoor, dancefloor or perimeter screens, or for the creation of sky curtains or window screens. It can create shapes through dislocated installation, such as inner or outer curves headed in any direction. The new display can be used in combination with the company’s newly designed MG11 right-angle or MG12 triangle screens to make staging even more attractive.

Stand: 8-H184

Definitely the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the new technology that will be making strides in the next five years as it will act as the ‘glue’ to stick a lot of other developing technologies together – particularly in the home and in the car, where many static mobile and bodyworn devices will be able to communicate with one another. This is already being proven with the use of popular smart watches and Fitbit-type devices. I believe this is the tip of the iceberg in meaningful applications around this technology.

Tim Liggins Product evangelist, Technovia Stand: 6-E150

ControlCenter-Compact is compatible GUNTERMANN & DRUNCK The new ControlCenter-Compact – being showcased at ISE 2017 – has now replaced the DVICenter in the Guntermann & Drunck (G&D) range. With the help of matrix switches, the company notes that users are able to operate multiple computers from different, simultaneous workstations. The ControlCenter-Compact is available in six expansion levels providing between 8 and 80 dynamic ports, which can be used either as input or as output. The device is compatible with both the DVICenter and the ControlCenter-Digital as well as all end devices, which makes it possible

to add new systems to existing infrastructures. Customers are able to choose between the use of Cat cables or fibre optics when transmitting data. A mixed variant supporting Cat and fibre complements the portfolio. In addition, the matrix switch provides mission-critical features such as the screen-freeze function or a redundant power supply to maximise the system’s reliability. The company provides the CrossDisplay-Switching function to use a mouse to switch between computers or the push-get function for optimal control of videowalls and to improve team work in control rooms.

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Touch panel features HD display RTI

Aiming to extend its footprint of integrated IP video and digital signage solutions, Exterity is showing a range of new and updated products at ISE. The ArtioSign digital signage solution, launched at ISE 2016, has been extended with new scheduling and management features, and integrated with IP video. A fully integrated mobile solution, ArtioPortal is said to make it easier for industries such as stadiums, education, hospitality and corporate to deliver high-quality TV and video to mobile devices. The AvediaStream 4K Encoder is an end-to-end 4K solution that Exterity claims will provide integrators and end-users with an easier way to manage the distribution of ultra-high-definition (UHD) content. Exterity also claims to be the first IP video manufacturer to offer the latest HDCP Professional technology in its AvediaStream encoders.

Farqhuar: “Integrators and end users will find it easier, more effective and faster than ever to deploy and use our systems” Colin Farquhar, CEO, Exterity, said: “The additions to our portfolio mean that integrators and end users will find it easier, more effective and faster to deploy and use our systems – regardless of the size of the installation or its requirements. We are proud to continue our tradition of helping the market move forward as new trends emerge, from 4K to HDCP Professional, and to offer readily deployable solutions that adapt to the often different requirements across a wide range of industries.”

Stand: 12-F50

Showing off its new CX10 touch panel at ISE 2017 is RTI. The panel is designed to deliver simple control and a high-end entertainment experience with a versatile interface. As well as providing control of the environment and entertainment, the CX10’s integrated 10.1in, touch-capacitive 1280x800 WXGAresolution LCD screen is also an HD video display supported through an integrated HDBaseT input and stereo speakers. Said to be easy to mount on a countertop or inverted beneath a cabinet, the display features a tilt range from 10º to 90º. Additional features include video intercom support and a built-in composite input to view video from security cameras and other devices. For the user’s convenience, a proximity sensor automatically brings the unit to life when it is approached, and an ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the backlighting for the best visibility.

Glass is optimised for touch AGC GLASS EUROPE As well as its selection of glasses for a broad range of display applications, AGC Glass Europe is showcasing its TIREXtreme glass. TIREXtreme is a clear float glass with very high transmission in the near-infrared range, optimised for wave-guiding applications. This makes it the material of choice, says the company, for any application dealing with near infrared and makes it an alternative to implementing infrared in-glass touch technologies in large displays. Thanks to its composition, TIREXtreme has near-infrared transmission that is said to be 30 times higher than clear float glass and five times higher than extraclear glass, making it possible to use as a waveguide. TIREXtreme features very high light transmission

TIREXtreme is an alternative to implementing infrared in-glass touch technologies

and a low level of coloration, which AGC says ensures optimal visual rendering of the display. TIREXtreme glass is claimed to have superior resistance to scratches and excellent durability. It can be thermally or chemically

GROUP Kit enables collaboration LOGITECH GROUP Kit is a collaborative meeting room solution from Logitech that is designed to transform any space into an enterprise-quality collaboration room. GROUP Kit includes a Logitech GROUP ConferenceCam, Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 PLUS, Intel NUC, Intel Unite application and Iluminari Quicklaunch SE, all combined to create what the company describes as an intuitive video conferencing and rich collaboration experience. The solution is said to be compatible with virtually all PC-based video and

web conferencing platforms, requiring only a meeting space equipped with a display and internet connection to create a collaboration environment. The Kit is a multipurpose collaboration system that extends the flexibility of, and lowers the switching costs associated with, cloud services in the conference room. It offers 1080p video and professional-grade audio and is optimised for use with Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco Webex, Cisco Jabber and a number of Logitech Collaboration

toughened to meet the highest standards of mechanical resistance, notes the company, which says that it is the only glass solution allowing ‘in-glass’ touch in large dimensions, up to 100in.

Stand: 1-E114 Program members, including Blue Jeans and Zoom. The Intel NUC powers the system with the performance necessary to run HD video conferencing with support for multiple HD and 4K UHD displays. Paired with the Intel Unite application, the solution enables wireless content sharing on both PC and Mac. Intel vPro technology gives IT pros remote access to the Intel NUC or management and security tasks.

Stand: 11-D111 GROUP Kit transforms any space into an enterprise-quality collaboration room

The CX10 can be integrated into an RTI control system and allows direct control of devices via the built-in IR and RS-232 port. For integrators, the CX10 supports wired 10/100 HDBaseT and wireless Ethernet for seamless setup, two-way control and feedback. The unit is powered by a separate power supply, an RTI CB8 connecting block, or Power over Ethernet Plus. The user interface can be

The CX10 is designed to deliver simple control and a high-end entertainment experience custom-tailored to provide a control experience that meets the specific needs of the installation using RTI’s Integration Designer software.

Stand: 1-P58

New shades are energy-efficient QMOTION According to QMotion, the new series of energy-efficient Honeycomb Shades not only broadens the aesthetic choice for interior design schemes, providing optimum shading with just a 4mm gap on either side, but can also be fully automated using QMotion’s QiS ZigBee, two-way solution for control and integration as part of a whole house system. Honeycomb Shades are said to maximise energy efficiency through cell-like fabric technology that keep spaces cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In addition to the collection of fabrics for QMotion blinds, Honeycomb shades are provided with one of nine colourcoordinated headrail covers and bottom rails. Translucent and blackout fabrics for improved light control and privacy are available.

Installers can integrate blind control of these motorised shades into a whole house or single room automation system, while receiving accurate feedback on shade positioning for improved performance, remote monitoring and maintenance. Utilising ZigBee HA 1.2, QiS is said to be easy to set up, configure and integrate with all compatible devices in a Control4 home automation system. Drivers are also available for integration with Vantage, Crestron, Savant, URC, RTI and other popular control platforms via a compact QMotion Qube integration device. As with all QMotion blinds, Honeycomb Shades use the company’s patented counter balancing spring system which keeps motor power consumption to an absolute minimum and delivers near silent operation in every application.

Stand: 1-M80

Wireless system is licence-free BEYERDYNAMIC Only recently unveiled, the TG 500 wireless system from beyerdynamic is being featured at ISE 2017. A successor to the Opus 600 series, and designed for smaller stages, theatre productions, speeches or presentations, the new system is said to focus on modern features and to be usable licence-free almost all over the world depending on the frequency band selected. The beyerdynamic TG 500 system is available in five sets, each of which contains an individual receiver and two removable antennas. The TG 550 Vocal Set is supplied with the dynamic TG 500 H-D handheld transmitter with a TG V50 capsule (dynamic capsule, cardioid) and is claimed to be perfect for singing. The TG 556 Vocal Set, meanwhile, comes with a TG 500 H-C handheld transmitter with a TG V56 capsule (condenser capsule, cardioid), making it appropriate for presentations. There

are matching microphone clamps for both handheld transmitters. The TG L58 clip-on microphone (condenser, omnidirectional) from the TG 558 Presenter Set can be worn in an inconspicuous position during lectures, while the TG 534 Headworn Set with a TG H34 neckworn microphone (condenser, supercardioid) is designed for theatre productions. Electric and bass guitars can be miked using the WA-CGI instrument cable (6.35mm mono jack), which is part of the TG 510 Instrument Set.

Stand: 1-M22 The TG 500 system contains an individual receiver and two removable antennas

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Expediting workflow, improving productivity PURELINK PureLink is using ISE 2017 to discuss its recent partnership with Mersive, which sees them offer Mersive’s Solstice collaboration solution to PureLink’s commercial and professional customers in Germany and Austria. With this partnership, PureLink is expanding its product line to include Solstice along with its AV connectivity and distribution products. Solstice’s multi-device capability supports Apple Airplay, Android Miracast as well as Windows client software, so enabling multiple simultaneous users to wirelessly share content from any number of laptops and mobile devices to all Solstice enabled screens. This quickly and easily creates a collaborative

environment that significantly improves productivity in meetings and classes as well as in larger settings, such as conventions, conferences and symposia. “We have been searching for a working multi-device and multi-room AV distribution system for over a year. At InfoComm in Las Vegas, we discovered Solstice and were thrilled immediately,“ said Christian Ahrens, managing director at PureLink. “By partnering with Mersive, we can deliver a complete package of hardware and software, enabling our customers to share content from any device by an unlimited number of users and also ensure a wide range of configurable options and control for our professional system integrators.”

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temperature resistant up to +80°C, sand repellent and even salt water resistant,” said Pascal Miguet, product and sales manager at Sommer Cable. “Its UV resistant outer jacket means that it is also protected against intense solar radiation. Our customers can therefore carry out demanding wiring jobs with a clear conscience, even down to a water depth of 10m.”

Compact pushbutton modules in the Cardinal DVM series are among the latest developments from Sommer Cable. The new pushbutton modules are said to make media control easy, especially in situations where operation directly on the device is either too complicated or not possible at all. The modules are designed for fast set-up and wiring, and to be easy to operate: Stand: 1-N117 no programming skills are required. Customisable label fields with white LED illumination mean that users benefit from clear guidance, the company says. The pushbutton modules are designed to allow seamless integration into furniture, conference rooms and public interiors, and are also said to be suitable for almost all switchframe systems currently available. Also on show on the Sommer Cable stand is its new SC-Aqua Marinex LED Control, which is said to offer outstanding weather durability in its target application as a professional RGBW LED control cable. “Our new Aqua cable is cold flexible Cardinal DVM compact pushbutton modules are said to make media control easy down to -40°C,

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FEATURE IP convergence: lessons from the audio world Recent history in the development of audio-over-IP technology could prove instructive for the wider AV world, argues Joao Martins ISE 2016 was truly an historic moment. Several initiatives promoted by the Media Networking Alliance, including live demonstrations of audioover-IP interoperability featuring 22 commercially available networked products from 11 different manufacturers, served to show how effective, functional and robust the AES67 standard is and how it can benefit AV in general. (Many MNA members are exhibiting again at this year’s ISE.) These public demonstrations provided the confidence that manufacturers and MNA partners needed to actively lobby for standardisation and interoperability based on open standards, and inspired new requirements to expand the scope of applications. AES67, as a simple but effective ‘universal’ audio networking exchange format gives the industry confidence in the compatibility of

audio networking technologies and systems based on Dante, Ravenna, Livewire or QSC’s Q-LAN. Showing that they can coexist moves the focus to the benefits of networking in itself. This will hopefully inspire other manufacturers to develop new IP-based solutions, and to introduce network connectivity options even in products that do not require the full set of functionalities allowed by current protocols – such as speakers. Last June, the InfoComm show saw a demonstration of deterministic network control of AES67 audio transport running over an Ethernet AVB foundation. In October, MNA members Archwave and Bosch demonstrated an AES67 and Open Control Architecture (OCA) AES70 integrated networked platform for audio, control and connection management, effectively tying the two new open standards into a full-fledged networked solution.

WHERE FROM HERE? Achieving this level of interoperability was a fairly quick process (in audio industry terms) but, now that we are here, can we properly translate that experience to ‘full AV’ requirements? When we look around ISE, we find plenty of vendors that offer ‘IP solutions’ to solve any requirement, including centrally managed systems with complex routing and distribution – as long as we are willing to tie that solution to a particular supplier or consortium, particularly at the control level. The open standards approach now also needs to match diverse market requirements and real-world cases to the already proven benefits, which include going beyond basic media interchange. That’s a key lesson from the audio-over-IP interoperability effort. Developing audio networking was a relatively simple process, given that technical

requirements, such as bandwidth, were not constrained by existing technology. With video signals, it’s a different story. The Ethernet Alliance has only recently defined a roadmap to expand networks beyond 10 gigabit, to 25, 40 and eventually 100 gigabit. Also, the right level of protocol functionality to match different applications remains to be solved. This is an area where the scope of AES70 for professional media networks – separating device control and monitoring from media transport – can help. The broadcast industry is discussing standards from the specific perspective of an all-IP based production, contribution and distribution infrastructure, where everything is already file-based or even cloud-based. The AV industry cannot remain absent from those discussions, but ours is not an SDI world.

When we look around ISE we find interfaces that overlap with the consumer electronics and IT industries more than anything else. And that’s a changing picture at the moment, with DisplayPort, HDMI and other consortiums evolving to a common physical interface based on USB Type-C, and Intel’s forwardlooking effort around Thunderbolt 3 effectively supporting Ethernet, audio and 4K video also using the same USB Type-C connector. The AV industry cannot stay away from such fundamental shifts while searching for IP interoperability for its existing protocols; however, the lessons learned from current audio interoperability efforts and the resulting open standards should be paramount. Joao Martins is editor-in-chief of AudioXpress.

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Showcase of Teranex AV BLACKMAGIC DESIGN At ISE 2017, Blackmagic Design is demonstrating Teranex AV, a new broadcast quality standards converter designed specifically for AV professionals. Teranex AV features 12G-SDI and HDMI 2.0a inputs, outputs and loop through, along with AV specific features such as low latency, a still store, freeze frame, and HiFi audio

inputs for professionals working on live, staged presentations and conferences. The new Teranex AV features latency that’s as low as 67 milliseconds, which means that customers can convert any HDMI or SDI video format instantaneously to a different format and output it for projection in sync with the live event. The product also features a

Easy conference video sharing ARTHUR HOLM DynamicShare is a system from Arthur Holm designed to enable users to share video sources with each other without the need for technical knowledge and assistance. According to the company, it is a software- and wireless-free sharing system that provides a high level of security. It allows the meeting conference table to stand alone, without the need to integrate external devices, optimising both cabling and installation inside the table and allowing the signal to be distributed and shared through an HDMI loop that also embeds the control protocols of the monitors. It is available in three versions: DynamicShare standard for signal

distribution, selection and control; DynamicLoop for signal distribution only; and DynamicShare standalone, a device for third-party monitors, projectors and video display solutions. From a video routing perspective, DynamicShare is described by the company as equivalent to multiple HDMI selectors connected to multiple cascaded HDMI distribution amplifiers in a daisy-chain topology. This, says Arthur Holm, is an ideal solution for integrated furniture retractable monitors, since it neatly allows just one cable inside the table, from monitor to monitor. This cable not only carries the HDMI

Teranex AV features latency that’s as low as 67 milliseconds still store that can capture a video frame in any format and hold it in memory, even when the power is cycled. Customers can preload corporate logos or graphics to display between presenters at conferences, or for outputting sponsor logos at concerts and

signal but also the control protocols of the monitors (monitor up/down, on/off and input selection). Users can simply attach their own device to a retractable HDMI cable, integrated on the monitor table-top cover plate, press the ‘view’ button to see the content on the monitor itself, or share it to the rest of the monitors by pressing the ‘share’ button.

Stand: 11-F135, 2-A42

DynamicShare allows secure video sharing around a conference table

events between acts. Plus, Teranex AV has built in resynchronisation, so customers get clean switches between the still store and live feeds for professional looking presentations. Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design, said: “Teranex AV brings

Teranex’s legendary broadcastquality standards conversions to AV professionals for the first time ever. This product is exciting because it has exactly the features customers need for working at live events and conferences.”

Stand: 3-C128

Maestro enables port control KRAMER At ISE 2017, Kramer is introducing Kramer Maestro, the company’s new automation software technology built in to Kramer AV products which is designed to create complete room automation without any user intervention. Maestro is said to enable automated control over a variety of port types, including RS-232, Ethernet, GPIO, relay and IR. The product relates actions to a predefined event, such as plugging in a laptop, scheduling and so on. This event can ‘trigger’ a series of actions such as turning on presentation-mode lights, a projector, a monitor, a PC and the AC. Maestro is integrated with

Kramer’s dynamic database of drivers and the Kramer Network Management System. Users can share configurations with other users which means, says the company, that the Maestro enables the need for only slight tweaking on new similar projects rather than starting from scratch. Maestro also includes a green-friendly Wake-on-LAN feature that allows any device or series of devices to turn on automatically based on triggers such as inputs, time, motion detectors and the like. Over time, Kramer says this can save significant energy costs and support a more environmentallyfriendly working environment.

Stand: 1-F20

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Making its European debut at ISE 2017 is the Vision Display Mount (VDM) series from Middle Atlantic. VDM comprises a line-up of 17 display mounts that the company says provide safe, reliable mounting with professional features to enable efficient installations. Available in a selection of styles and profiles, VDM is said to offer integrators the means for reliably supporting technology behind the display right out of the box with the included Proximity Series Integrated Mounting Plate. The Vision Display Mounts are available in a range of sizes and in fixed, tilt, motion and low-profile options, accommodating VESA patterns up to 800mm. The series comes as standard with post-install levelling for quick horizontal microadjustments of the display, safety features that keep the display securely attached to the mount during and after installation, and all the hardware needed to ensure a professional installation. The series’ motion mounts feature a 15in to 24in reach (depending on the model), tilt adjustment, wall

Vision Display Mounts are available in a selection of styles and profiles plate cover, and cable management built into the arms. In addition, a Proximity Series Mounting Plate ships with each standard-profile mount. As systems evolve from the rack to more decentralised systems, Middle Atlantic believes the Mounting Plate empowers integrators with

a convenient mounting solution for those applications. It is described as a universal display solution facilitating small device mounting behind the display via the VESA pattern, solving the challenges of providing localised, all-in-one systems.

Stand: 1-M2, 2-A42

The Audio Excellence range from Screen Excellence comprises five loudspeakers, an active digital crossover, two power amplifiers and one active low frequency absorber. The range is designed to offer great versatility, realistic sound quality and an appealing and installation-friendly form factor. Audio Excellence is optimised for the Congard Code, although the company notes it can be used in more classic configurations, including 2-channel stereo. The Congard Code is a solution to combine known technologies in a way that will make the most of what they offer, and makes them complementary in an organised manner. The Vertex range of loudspeakers comprises three models not exceeding 4in in depth, and are capable of providing 105dB SPL. The Vertex 2 and Vertex 3 use a compression driver and a horn for high frequency; Screen Excellence says this is the way to obtain large headroom and excellent, effortless intelligibility. The Vertex 1 has a 1in dome tweeter with a 95dB/1W/1m sensitivity. All Vertex speakers have a passive

series crossover, the Vertex 3 being of a bi-amped 3-way design. The Raijuu range comprises two subwoofers. The Raijuu 2 is designed for LFE, while the modular Raijuu 1 is designed for extending the bass to complement limited range speakers. Being modular, it can be installed in arrays. All Audio Excellence speakers are designed with steel front and rear plates, allowing a heavy wall mass without thickness, and providing a relatively small depth. Steel ringing is eliminated by applying mechanical damping.

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Glass touch thermostat unit launched VITREA A new glass touch thermostat unit for HVAC systems is being debuted at ISE 2017 by Vitrea. Compatible with the company’s wireless and wired home automation systems, as well as any KNX system, the unit is designed to complete the look and functionality of any smart home. Amir Seluk, VP of sales and marketing at Vitrea, explained:

“We’ve developed this HVAC product to enable interior designers to offer their clients a complete design, right down to the last detail. “Our new product, which complements our selection of glass touch keypads and sockets, gives designers and homeowners the ability to have a luxury onetouch system which adds a hint of glamour and sophistication to their home’s interior spaces.”

Stand: 5-R92

The thermostat complements the company’s selection of glass touch keypads and sockets

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AE 1 gets all hyperactive ACOUSTIC ENERGY The AE 1 Active, Acoustic Energy’s new powered speaker, is being showcased on the company’s stand. Taking full advantage of Acoustic Energy’s experience in the field of active speakers, the two-way AE 1 Active is designed to deliver a ‘without compromise’ performance. Featuring Acoustic Energy’s pure-piston ceramic aluminium cone technology, aluminium Tweeter, WDT wide dispersion technology waveguide and active fourth-order minimum phase crossover, the AE 1 Active has all the refinement and impact you would expect from the original AE 1, housed within a modern, elegant package. With the added benefit of

Two-way AE 1 Active is designed to deliver a ‘without compromise’ performance

adjustable bass and treble, and a choice of RCA or balanced XLR connections, this speaker is designed to blend into any listening environment, without the need of a separate amplifier. The inbuilt fully analogue Class A/B amplifiers push

out a distortion-free linear 100W per speaker. The AE1 Active is available now in high gloss piano lacquer black, white or cherry wood veneer versions.

Stand: 5-R128

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MiniMe P63 subwoofer showcased EARTHQUAKE SOUND It has been said not to judge a book by its cover, for big things come in small packages. These words of wisdom can also be applied to Earthquake Sound’s newest member of the MiniMe series family. Standing just under 9in tall is the MiniMe P63 subwoofer, designed for custom installers and regular users. The MiniMe P63 includes one 6.5in premium long throw active driver and two 6.5in passive radiators. The utilisation of the passive radiators

increases the capability and efficiency for ultra-low frequency reproduction, allowing users to achieve a louder, more powerful bass without requiring more power from the amp. Keeping the issue of limited space in mind, the MiniMe P63 offers a conveniently placed 5.2V USB power adapter, allowing the subwoofer to charge or power any other USB compatible devices. The MiniMe-P63 subwoofer works well with 2.1, 5.1 or 7.2 surround system.

Stand: 5-R112

Standing just under 9in tall: the MiniMe P63 subwoofer

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A topic of conversation on the Wall-Smart stand is the company’s announcement in December that it has expanded and now has a presence in the United Kingdom. Wall-Smart Distribution UK will offer the full line of flush mounts for new construction, retrofit and solid surfaces for UK dealers. The company said it is introducing a local presence to better facilitate the UK’s unique building and design needs, as well as ensuring quick delivery and local service.

“Our new local presence will ensure maximum customer satisfaction with high level support for Wall-Smart dealers in the UK,” said Galia Ben-Dor, co-CEO and founder of Wall-Smart. According to the company, WallSmart’s concept is a proven, costeffective and straightforward way to remove the ‘wall acne’ associated with home automation screens and keypads, thereby achieving the co-ordinated blend of electronics and décor demanded by installers, interior designers and their clients. The wall mounts are said to blend

Director M4800 is designed for integrators AUDIOCONTROL The Director M4800 amplifier is the latest addition to Audiocontrol’s M-Series range of solutions in the multi-zone amplifier marketplace. The M4800 combines 100W/ 8 ohms, 200W/4 ohms of output into an 8 x 4 stereo matrix. It features on-board digital signal processing, including graphic and parametric equalisation by zone, available custom profiles tailored for popular architectural loudspeakers, network monitoring/programming plus the addition of zone and global volume control with individual channel/zone

grouping via standard TCIP and zone audio presets – all in a 1U chassis. Director Series amplifiers can be controlled onsite or remotely through their DCHP/fixed IP control. The M4800 also allows for the ability to bridge channels, giving integrators configuration flexibility for system setup. The Director M4800 uses AudioControl’s DSP processing including flexible operational control, enabling full matrix audio from any of the eight

Ben-Dor: “Our new local presence will ensure maximum customer satisfaction” into any wall for unobtrusive installations that preserve the room décor. These flush-mounts can be painted to appear to be part of the wall creating an integrated look for any wall, the company says.

Stand: 1-Q90

analogue/digital inputs to any output across single or multiple amplifiers. It can operate either as a standalone matrix-amplifier or as part of a thirdparty control system from companies including Crestron, Savant, RTI or Control 4. It is available now in brushed aluminium as well as a brand new Black Espresso finish.

Stand: 1-N115

The Director M4800 amplifier extends AudioControl’s M-Series range of solutions in the multi-zone amplifier marketplace

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EXHIBITORVIEW Multiroom audio can both sound good and look great When people want a multiroom audio system, the integrator plays an important role in finding a solution that perfectly adapts to their needs. Flexibility and scalability are key, next to crystal clear audio quality and easy controls. Enter: our Asano multiroom amplifiers and integration modules. However, the best solution looks as good as it is technically good, and that is when you start talking about the speakers. Depending on the application and the room, there are many options: standalone, invisible, in-ceiling, and so on. It is also important to remember that speakers should fit the interior design concept. After all, the customer looks for solutions that blend in, or stand out as a design statement; they don’t want to compromise on style in order to have music around the house. That is why, at ISE, Basalte

introduces its new active speakers that combine incredible power with a customisable design. The active speakers boast high-performance ICEpower amplifiers and top-quality drivers. They are network connected using uncompressed audio over Ethernet, eliminating the need to run additional speaker cables around the house. Both the case and front cover finishes are selected by the customer or the designer. The cases are made of the same highgrade materials as our design keypads, including aluminium, brass, bronze and more. The front covers are available in a broad range of high-quality fabrics. The result is Asano: a modular multiroom audio system which is highly flexible and can seamlessly be integrated with home automation. With Asano, you can enjoy streaming services, iTunes synchronisation, internet radio

Zero-G motorised screen floats in air SCREEN INNOVATIONS First shipments of the company’s Zero-G motorised projection screen are the topic of conversation on the Screen Innovations (SI) stand. According to the company, Zero-G, when deployed, appears to be floating in mid-air and rolls out of the way when not in use. “Zero-G has created a lot of buzz in the industry, and many competitors are already taking pictures of it at our trade-shows, trying to figure it out,” said Ryan Gustafson, chief innovator at SI. Zero-G allows consumers to watch TV or a movie on a screen that ‘levitates’ on cables that can be colour-matched to one of several

proprietary colour options so as to be as unobtrusive as possible. When matched to their surrounding wall or background colour, SI says, these cords become nearly invisible. “We have heard from so many people that they had to completely alter the natural orientation of their room because there was only one place they could mount a television,” said Blake Vackar, SI director of commercial sales. “Even motorised screens can sometimes be a visual nuisance with a large ‘black-drop’ connecting the viewing surface to the case. Since Zero-G is suspended by cables, it can be placed anywhere in a room – even in front of a bay window or art-deco wall.”

Stand: 1-N75

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Stand: 5-U65

The Zero-G screen appears to levitate in mid-air

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Mounts for all requirements WALL-SMART Home automation installations vary greatly in their requirements, with one of the bigger differences being between new build and retrofit installations. Recognising this, Wall-Smart has broadened its range of flush wall mounts to include solutions suitable for new construction for drywall/concrete, as well as solid board and retrofit installations. Wall-Smart’s new construction

mounts are completely flush with the wall, paintable and serviceable. Solid board mounts are made for installations in solid surfaces like wood, glass, marble, partition walls and others. These mounts have depth calibration and are completely flush with the solid surface they are installed in, to provide a seamless integration. Retrofit mounts answer field demand from installers who are not able to do any drywall or paint work, or are upgrading to new technology. The retrofit mounts

provide a nearly flush look, yet are said to offer easy installation with no need for drywall or paint work. Wall-Smart is also presenting new construction solutions for control devices by leading brands in the industry, such as invisible mounts for Apple iPads, Autonomic Controls’ KP6 keypad, the new X60 series by Crestron, RTI’s KX10 touch panel, URC TKP-100 keypad, Zipato and others. Retrofit solutions include the next generation retrofit mounts for Control4 and T3 touch panels, and the Retrofit solution for iPad Pro 12.9in.

The Wall-Smart range now includes a solution for solid board

Stand: 1-Q90

Eve wall and table Alexa is in control mount for iPad Pro LUTRON

BASALTE At ISE 2017, Basalte is showing its new wall and table mount for the iPad Pro 9.7in. Eve Pro is made from high-grade aluminium and keeps the iPad continuously charged. The easy installation and optional security version makes this a solution for both residential and public projects. The mounts come in three finishes: brushed aluminium; brushed black; and satin white. They are easily mounted on the wall

using two screws and have charging available, thanks to the Puck. This converts 24V DC to USB and fits in a standard wall box. Users can lock the iPad in the mount using the optional security cover, preventing unwanted extraction. Eve wall mounts are also compatible with the iPad mini 1-4, iPad Air 1-2, iPad Pro 12.9in and iPod touch 5-6. It is additionally available as a table top solution for the iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro 9.7in.

Stand: 5-U65

Eve Pro is made from high-grade aluminium and keeps the iPad continuously charged

At ISE 2017, Lutron is showcasing the integration of its HomeWorks QS and GRAFIK RA2 lighting control systems with Alexa for customers in the UK and Germany. HomeWorks QS and GRAFIK RA 2 systems can already be controlled from anywhere inside the home from system keypads, Lutron Pico RF remote controls and many third-party devices, or remotely by mobile devices. “Asking Alexa to control your lights can simplify things like coming home with arms full of groceries,” said David Ribbons, director of sales for Europe and Africa at Lutron. “For people with limited mobility,

voice technology can restore some freedom once taken for granted – like easily moving about to set the lights, blinds and temperature. Smart home products are not just about the wow factor anymore – they’re changing peoples’ lives.” According to Ribbons, the Pico RF remote control remains ideal for times when talking to Alexa isn’t practicable. “Lutron has worked hard to make sure all situations are covered,” he said. “This is why we are delighted that controlling their lights, blinds and temperature by talking to Alexa is now a possible option for all our HomeWorks QS and GRAFIK RA 2 clients in the UK and Germany.”

Stand: 1-M125

AV industry leaders aligned with the future ETECHA With a vision to facilitate development, innovation and collaboration in the AV integration industry, founding members Cleerline Technology Group, Niveo Professional, TechLogix Networx,and Hexacon AV are announcing the launch of the Emerging Technology Alliance (ETechA) during ISE 2017. These four companies are spearheading the growth and

optimisation of end-to-end systems, from components to connectivity, through collaboration and convergence within the existing AV market and with non-traditional services and technologies. According to ETechA managing director, Gary Vlaeminck of Hexacon AV: “The founding members of ETechA all recognised a need for collaborative input behind the systems into which their products were

Lutron has embraced Amazon’s Echo for customers in the UK and Germany

being installed. ETechA provides an amalgamation of common interests and technological considerations, such that manufacturers and installers gain peace of mind in their system components’ ability to work together seamlessly and reliably.” ETechA’s other founding members are hardware providers representing key elements in the integration industry: fibre optic cables and connectivity, AV networking equipment, and AV signal distribution electronics.

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AAVARA INNOVATION ISE 2017 sees the PB9000 asymmetric videowall solution with 4K over IP matrix technology being demonstrated by Aavara. It is designed to manage not only largescale traditional videowalls, but also asymmetric installations such as windmills, doughnuts and so on. The PB9000 can transmit multiple 4K video, multi-channel audio, high speed USB and IR/RS-

232 control to multiple TVs, displays or projectors over a gigabit Ethernet network with inexpensive Cat5e/6 cable, and fibre optic or gigabit Ethernet network switches. The Aavara AV Master Web Interface enables the user to centralise control over the network, and is built in to every box at no extra cost. It will auto search all senders and receivers on the network, and enables, says the company, easy multicasting,

multicast grouping and snapshot operation. Support is also provided for thirdparty controllers from companies including Control4, Crestron, AMX and RTI. The unit features hybrid video output, meaning that each receiver can select a different video format independently. Video rotation, mirroring and stretching are also supported, as is PoE.

Stand: 10-K121

Bright and versatile display options PEERLESS-AV New launches on the Peerless-AV stand include a 75in indoor digital signage kiosk, and the 49in high-bright Xtreme outdoor display. The Xtreme Display features a 1,500-nit highbrightness panel, capable of producing clear, sunlight readable images in any outdoor environment according to the company. CE approved and claimed to deliver the highest level of environmental protection in the industry (IP68 and NEMA 6 rated), the 49in Xtreme is fully-sealed, highly impact resistant and offers optimum readability in direct sunlight. Peerless-AV claims that Xtreme is the only outdoor display that is dust tight, fully immersible in water and completely impervious to grime, ice or insects. It also claims it has the widest operating temperature range of any outdoor display (-40˚C to +60˚C). The proprietary Ventless Dynamic Thermal Transfer system makes Xtreme the industry’s first outdoor display without vents, filters or exhaust fans, so requiring zero maintenance, according to the company. Peerless-AV’s new 75in kiosk offering for the retail and hospitality markets is designed to accommodate a wide range of displays. The company says this latest addition to its line of kiosk enclosures is ideal for placement of digital signage advertising in street facing windows and higher ambient light environments. It can be offered as a standalone or integrated unit and supports a wide range of aesthetic options, including multiple colours, vinyl wraps and logos. Thermostat controlled circulation fans ensure proper airflow within the kiosk and keep the display at its ambient operating temperature. Hinged, bi-level rear doors allow access only to parts requiring maintenance.

Stand: 12-E57

In your opinion, what is the best thing about the ISE show? ISE is an excellent opportunity to meet our partners and users. In four intense and thoroughly enjoyable days, we show our customers the way we’re headed, and get their take on that direction. Dataton continues to be the industry leader for multidisplay solutions by bringing new products to market and constantly developing functionality. The feedback from ISE visitors is invaluable. What do you think are the key developments in, or threats to, your market sector at the current time? Besides buzzwords like 8K, I think the most important developments will be in workflow, especially IPbased, rendering time, visuals and the signal chain.

Why should attendees visit your stand at ISE 2017? If you are interested in multidisplay solutions and making an impact, then you can’t afford to miss stand 12-E70. Come over and get hands-on with the WATCHOUT system and our powerful new display server, WATCHPAX 4. Another great reason is that we are donating money to UNICEF for each visitor who brings the ad from the ISE Daily to our stand!

Stand: 12-E70

TV bracket is ‘revolutionary’ FUTURE AUTOMATION Claimed to be a truly revolutionary design of motorised wall bracket, the QA2-PTL Quad Arm being demonstrated by Future Automation at ISE 2017 is, according to the company, the most elaborate and advanced TV wall mount offered on the market. Allowing 150° bidirectional rotation with parallel forward track, the Quad Arm is said to offer a step forward in functionality when recessing screens. The portrait to landscape version also offers a 90° screen rotation, enabling the screen to automatically turn from portrait orientation to landscape orientation at the push of a button. A favourite viewing position can

The 49in Xtreme Display is fully-sealed, highly impact resistant, and offers optimum readability in direct sunlight

As always, identifying the right distributors and partners is key. Dataton’s partner network is the mainstay of our business, building on long-term commitment and clear understanding of user needs. That gives customers confidence in the product, and hopefully a great user experience.

be programmed via the IR remote control, and the mechanism allows up to 750mm extension of the screen centre from the wall. The bracket can move parallel to the wall to initially take the screen out of a tight recess, with the screen then turning to the appropriate side. Hook-on removable uprights allow the bracket to take a wide variety of screens, and the mounting is available with a marine lock to safely lock the bracket against the wall when not in the viewing position. Full cable management is a feature of the QA2-PTL, and a wide range of mounting options including Bang & Olufsen/Loewe is available. The unit can be supplied in any RAL colour.

Stand: 10-K118, 2-A42

The QA2-PTL Quad Arm allows 150° bidirectional rotation

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Creative freedom with UHD LED walls designed for big impact curved LED canvas ABSEN

BARCO Visitors to Barco’s stand can see the company’s new LED digital media canvas in action, experience the ClickShare wireless presentation and collaboration systems, and explore the company’s range of event projectors, LED walls and laser video walls. Currently offered with a 10mm pixel pitch, the outdoor-rated R10 is the first model of the digital media canvas family, and is designed for applications in retail, advertising, venues and visitor attractions. Weighing less than 6kg/sqm and offered in sheets up to 4.68m long and 5mm thick (including louvres), the digital media canvas is said to

cover all kinds of surfaces. Cabling, control and power electronics are fully integrated on every sheet to remove cable clutter. Moreover, the power supply unit can be located remotely for easy servicing. Chris Colpaert, VP LED at Barco, said: “We are expanding creative possibilities far beyond traditional LED applications. With the R-series, eye-catching LED visualisation can be installed in applications and on surfaces that were previously impossible, like curved façades, subway station tunnels or creative stage sets. Its bendable, lightweight and ultra-thin design ensures smooth and quick installation, driving down setup time and cost.”

ISE 2017 visitors are being encouraged to get ‘hands-on’ exposure to the HDV Series of UHD LED videowalls at the Absen stand. Absen’s HDV series, designed to meet the ever-evolving needs of the corporate market, are unveiled for the first time in Europe at ISE. With a depth of 65mm, the panel boasts quick and easy front access to simplify and speed up maintenance. Three models boast brightness of

up to 1,000 nits and a refresh rate of 3,840Hz, with pixel pitch ranging from 1.25mm (for the HDV1.2) to 1.92mm (HDV1.9). The panels can be displayed openly or installed in hard to reach areas. Each HDV module is imbued with the strength of its distinctive honeycomb cellular design, to aid perfect flatness and prevent warping across its 160° ultra-wide viewing angle, claims Absen. Nacho Perez, vice managing director, Absen Europe, said: “The

Absen stand is a must-see this year for all integrators and end users looking for high-impact and highquality visual display solutions. The new products we are presenting are designed to meet the evolving needs of the integrator – and this is the opportunity to try them firsthand. With plenty of open and private meeting space on our stand as well as the Absen bar, our European team looks forward to discussing exciting projects and supporting needs.”

Stand: 12-C45

Stand: 12-F100

With minimal need for a supporting structure, the R-series can be glued onto a surface or wrapped around curved shapes

Each HDV module benefits from the strength of a distinctive honeycomb cellular design

Click, Connect and Collaborate

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

every The tools to teach the future, one student at a time.

Preview View the users’ content before it is shared Auto Layout Automatically sizes up to 4 presenting windows

Upgraded Processor & Memory Dual core 1.2GHz processor, 4GB RAM Sleek Design New look for modern spaces

Demo this and all other wePresent products at ISE

Stand number: #11-A129

For more info and to schedule a demo:

+31 10 229 3495 info@wePresentWiFi.com

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Versatile fixture strikes a Android support camera-friendly pose for Simple Paging CHAUVET PROFESSIONAL Strike 1 is a versatile single pod light for use as a blinder, strobe, wash and flood, with a 230W warm white LED source. Chauvet claims the outdoor-rated fixture is ready for festival stages and open-air events, as well as arena and music hall concerts. The fixture offers emulated red shift, which warms the colour temperature of the light as it dims, to replicate the look of an incandescent fixture. The fixture’s 16-bit dimming control also enhances its performance by allowing perfectly smooth fades. For camera friendly operation, Strike 1 features Adjustable Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control to eliminate flickering. The multi-bracket design makes it easy to create multi-unit banks, claims the company, adding that designers

can arrange arrays of Strike 1s in a variety of configurations to give their rigs a different look without adding new fixtures. The Strike 1 offers brightness of 1,119 lux illuminance at 5m over a wide field, but remains cool enough to use as a wash, thanks to its IP65 rated fan. Made of black aluminium die cast material, the fixture also has IP65 rated direct power and DMX connections. Albert Chauvet, CEO, Chauvet, said: “We designed the Strike 1 with the idea of combining warm incandescent looks with the versatility and performance of

BARIX AG

With a 230W warm white LED source, the Strike 1 offers versatile performance features a technologically advanced LED fixture. The design possibilities that this fixture opens up are virtually unlimited.”

Stand: 7-R235

Wings Vioso RX enhanced

Android support has been added to Barix’s Simple Paging solution for fixed and mobile paging over the IP network in schools, offices and hospitality environments. Simple Paging reproduces live announcements from a desk or on the move, via a Barix Simple Paging app, giving end users an intelligible and flexible paging and communications tool. Previously only available for iOS devices, Barix is demonstrating the Simple Paging app for Android devices, opening the solution to a much wider audience. The Simple Paging app is also available for iOS10-equipped devices. “Our extension of the Barix Simple Paging to Android devices gives more facility operators and security guards the opportunity to page from their device over a central, common network with ease,” commented Reto Brader, VP of sales and marketing for Barix. Users of Simple Paging can set

Wings Vioso RX now benefits from new functionality Engine media servers). The mapping matrix can be imported from CSV tables for real-time editing. AV Stumpfl Wings Vioso RX software now additionally features a built in XML interface which can be used to import data from third

Award winning Titan outdoor TVs demoed VIDEOTREE

Stand: 8-N270 The Annuncicom PS1 connects to an IP network as a fixed master paging station in a Simple Paging installation, as well as other Barix IP paging and intercom solutions

AV STUMPFL At ISE 2017, AV Stumpfl is demonstrating how the Wings Vioso RX software – which is designed for the control of any kind of large venue, show, event, installation and showroom – now features a dedicated data management and transfer system that does not require all data to be physically copied onto a ‘master’ server. Instead, data can be copied to the NAS and assigned as so called ‘proxy objects’ in the timelines. All ‘slave’ servers can now get their content directly from the NAS systems. Also on show is what the company describes as a powerful real-time pixel mapping engine that has just been added to the AV Stumpfl Wings Vioso RX software platform (available for all Wings

up multiple paging groups in as little as 10 minutes, with no requirement for particular IT knowledge. Tags are easily associated with paging zones to establish groups. High-quality IP voice paging announcements can be made from paging stations, tablets and smartphones without further configuration once power, the network and loudspeakers are connected. Simple Paging now also integrates with emergency notification and background audio systems, bringing additional value to systems integrators who wish to marry multiple IP applications over a common networked platform. In addition to configurable emergency notification and background music sockets, a pre-gong chime has been added to master paging devices, such as the Barix Annuncicom PS1 or PS16. This feature aims to capture audience attention prior to an important page or security announcement.

television range boasts a multitude of features including a toughened glass, It is now possible to take entertainment double-coated, anti-reflective, high outside with Videotree’s slim-line brightness screen for clear viewing outdoor televisions. Designed for in any condition and an IP66 rating to creating a cutting-edge garden or provide high-level protection against al fresco seating area, the outdoor dust, moisture and insects. Designed to appear fully The range boasts toughened glass, double-coated, integrated into its surroundings, anti-reflective, high brightness screen for clear each television measures as little viewing in any condition and an IP66 rating as 42mm in depth, ensuring a sleek and flush finish. According to Videotree, its outdoor televisions can be custom designed for any setting, with bespoke framing and installation options as well as optional metal frames for free standing.

parties. Timelines can be generated automatically from third-party data this way, the company says, to create a smooth workflow for integrating existing CMS data into new installation/digital signage setups.

Stand: 1-H6, 1-G3

Rental screen to be launched DNP

Videotree’s use of super high bright industrial panels with a patented silent cooling system and an optional internal heating system means they will work come rain or shine. Each television is supplied with a wide range of inputs including HDMI, PC, Component, RGB, RS232 and IR in and out, compatible with all major home and professional integration systems. Designed and built in the UK, all Videotree televisions are manufactured to an IP66 rating, promising full protection against moisture and dust for installation in any environment. All products come complete with quick and easy installation, a DVB-T2, IPTV and global signal compatibility and a two year manufacturer’s guarantee.

For end customers beyond the meeting room who need big and bright temporary displays for pop-up shops and events, dnp is talking to ISE visitors about a rental version of the 100in dnp LaserPanel that the company says it will soon be launching. “This is a great way for our partners to serve clients who want to take advantage of a 100in display without a huge commitment,” said Soeren Kraemmergaard, VP of global sales and marketing at dnp, “and it’s a great way for our partners to grow their markets.” dnp LaserPanels combine optical screen technology with ultra short throw laser projection,

shooting from a steep angle. They are said to offer 100in high contrast images at around 50% of the cost per screen area square inch of LED-backlit LCD screens. The dnp LaserPanel is also available in a touch version, which has a rigid screen, interactive camera and IR pens for interactive presentations. Also on show on the dnp stand is the updated version of the retractable Supernova Flex Classic, and dnp partners from Visual Displays (UK) and Output (Netherlands) are present at the stand to meet and greet their customers. dnp screens and solutions are also being showcased by Digital Projection, COMM-TEC and Casio.

Stand: 1-E69, 2-A42

Stand: 5-R20

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Mixing flexibility and compact form YAMAHA At ISE 2017, Yamaha is showing the compact TF-RACK rackmount mixer, which is designed for projects where flexibility is needed but space is limited. Said to be ideal for integration with systems based on Yamaha Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) products, TF-RACK has been created to offer increased versatility. Housed in a 3U high, 19in rack casing, TF-RACK is a space-saving, all-in-one 16+1 stereo in, 16 out digital mixer featuring the ease of setup and operation provided by Yamaha’s intuitive TouchFlow Operation. With 40 input mixing channels, 20 Aux buses, eight DCA groups with Roll-Out and a comprehensive range of I/O connections on its rear panel, TF-RACK is said to be a highly flexible mixing solution. Small enough to be deployed in the most constricted area, it has enough capacity to satisfy a wide range of applications. TF-RACK features the same touchscreen and hardware Touch

WOLFVISION

TF-RACK is a space-saving, all-in-one 16+1 stereo in, 16 out digital mixer & Turn control as the TF1, TF3 and TF5 consoles, with 1-knob Comp, 1-knob EQ and other more advanced facilities from other Yamaha digital mixers making it possible to achieve a polished sound with minimum effort in the shortest possible time. QuickPro Presets for specific musical instruments and microphones have been designed by respected engineers and

Screen sharing without wires i3 TECHNOLOGIES A wireless solution that keeps your meeting space clean is being presented at ISE 2017 by i3 Technologies. Comprising a transmitter and receiver which can communicate wirelessly, one push on the i3SYNC Touch button immediately shows a mobile screen on the presentation screen. The transmitter is connected to a laptop (or other device with HDMI connection) and the receiver to the presentation screen: they then synchronise instantly, i3 Technologies says,

vSolution Cam Visualizer debuts

with no need for an internet connection. Every participant can connect a unique transmitter to their device. This way, the participants can share their screen in turn. Those who are connected to the shared screen can preview the connected devices on the presentation screen and lock specific transmitters, if necessary. The wireless tool is equipped with a touch functionality and therefore, claims the company, is the world’s first wireless touch solution. This functionality makes the big screen interactive during screen sharing, so the user can easily browse through the slides of a presentation without using an external remote. In addition, users can mark specific parts in a presentation, quickly open other applications, simply using the big screen as if it were the small mobile screen.

Stand: 10-S125

i3SYNC enables mobile users to wirelessly connect to a meeting screen

manufacturers to provide quick, easy access to effective settings, while set-ups for any situation can be instantly loaded via a simple scene recall. A number of preset scenes are provided to give new users a head start, with dual scene memory banks making it easy to organise scenes by installation requirements or event type.

Said to be unlike anything the company has manufactured before, Austrian exhibitor WolfVision is debuting its vSolution Cam Visualizer system at ISE 2017. Described as an entry-level visualiser, it has been streamlined to include only its essential core components. The result, according to the company, is an elegant, compact, modern, affordable system that features excellent picture quality coupled with robust design and ease of use The vSolution Cam features a 4x zoom, which when used in combination with an optional riser plate, enables pick-up of content materials in up to A4 portrait size. 1080p HD resolution, adjustmentfree LED lighting, LAN port, Power over Ethernet compatibility, and HDMI output complete this basic ‘live’ imaging solution, which can be used either in combination with

a Cynap system, or alternatively as a highly portable, stand-alone presentation device. Also on show on WolfVision’s ISE stand is a representative selection of the company’s presentation and collaboration solutions.

Stand: 1-M20

The vSolution Cam Visualizer is an affordable, entry-level system

Stand: 3-C120

Atmos speaker options offered SPEAKERCRAFT As well as showing off its new ATX100 Dolby Atmos-enabled inwall height speaker, SpeakerCraft is also demonstrating two new AIM Series 2 Dolby Atmos-enabled LCR In-Wall speakers. The ATS500 System pairs the ATX100 height speaker with the new Kevlar woofers-based AIM LCR5 FIVE Series 2 behind a single, low profile, magnetic attached grille.

The ATS200 System combines the ATX100 height speaker with the glass fibre woofers-based AIM LCR5 TWO Series 2, also behind a single grille. Both the AIM Series 2 LCR models feature the new Arrayed Point Source (APS) Tweeter Module, the in-wall counterpart to SpeakerCraft’s ARC Tweeter array in the AIM Series 2 in-ceiling line. To provide dealers with maximum flexibility, the company says, a third system option combines the ATX100

with any current SpeakerCraft Profile AIM LCR5 in-wall speaker. “Our goal is to give dealers multiple options to wow their customers with Dolby Atmosenabled solutions,” said Mike Jordan, Core Brands VP, product management. “The Height speaker can even be added to existing inwall systems, enabling dealers to easily upgrade to object-based surround audio.”

Stand: 1-N53

Integration with QMotion announced VANTAGE CONTROLS Full software integration with QMotion that is said to bring unmatched control to bundled active and natural lighting systems was recently announced by Vantage Controls. QMotion’s new construction and retrofit shading solutions are now included in Vantage’s Design Center 3.7 for the first time. Dealers will, claims the company, save time, increase margins and deliver an enhanced homeowner experience with this bundled software solution. Design Center 3.7 – the latest version of the Vantage Controls design and programming software that accompanies the InFusion automated lighting control system – allows live updating and is said to sync in seconds. Features such as QMotion’s patented tug feature and simple bracket set-up enable dealers to achieve 20% faster installs, according to Vantage, which increases margins. Additionally, with Design Center integration, shades can be

Full software integration with QMotion is now included in Vantage’s Design Center commissioned in as little as five minutes per shade, equating to a 50% reduction in programming time. Native Object Integration with QMotion includes additional key features, such as shade presets, enabling users with Equinox touchscreens and apps to make and save changes to shade open/close preset levels on the fly. Programming one-button shade control on keypads

and touchscreens has been improved, says Vantage, from a 20-minute process to a couple of seconds. New and improved diagnostics and reports are also now available, allowing the creation and printing of QMotion shade schedules containing name, area, address, bus, upper and lower limits, and full open and full close travel times directly.

Stand: 1-M2

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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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NEW Hall 4 Hall 5 Hall 11 Hall 13 Hall 14

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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

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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

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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-K160 6-K158

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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

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1-Q35

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

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

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

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

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

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1-F40

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

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

5-U65

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

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

5-V57

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1-M85

1-Q60 1-Q63

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

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5-R78

2-E72

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

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1-H90

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1-M100

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5-R83

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5-S114 5-S113

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1-N80

1-F20

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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

5-R119

1-H130 1-E1161-E117

Audio Solutions Theatre

6-N140

5-R128

1-H127

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1-N5

1-N6

H

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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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6-M172 6-M170

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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

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7-P150

7-Q165

7-R165

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7-V172

3-A119

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7-V160

5-S126

5-S120

5-V120

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1-E108

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5-R110

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3-C98

5-R100

5-R105

5-S100

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1-M123 1-N97

3-A100

1-F70 1-N90

3-A76

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1-Q75

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14-M288 5-S80

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2-A52

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5-S57

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14-M227 14-N322 14-N325

2-E36

14-P430

5-R30

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14-M218

5-R50 5-V35

14-P424

2-A36

1-M27

14-N311

14-K112

5-V37

2-A42

14-K130

14-M224

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5-S56

2-E40 2-A45

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5-U65

5-S70

5-R70

1-M94

2-E70 1-E69

14-K174

5-S75

5-R75

2-E72 1-N75

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5-U72

1-E80

14-M280

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5-U120

5-S114 5-S113

1-Q115

1-M125

1-N110

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7-Z160

5-U132

5-V125

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5-R116

1-E112

3-C105

1-F100

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7-X160

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1-H125 1-H123

3-A109

14-K190

7-X180

7-V165 7-W165

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5-U130

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3-A85

7-W170

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3-A110

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14-M297 14-M295

7-Z180

1-F120 3-A117

7-X185

7-X182

7-T170

7-S165 7-T158

7-X190

6-N140

1-E114

14-K195

7-V180

7-T191

Discovery Zone

6-N148

1-M128

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3-A115

3-A107

7-V175

7-W192 7-W190

3-C128

3-A121

3-A111

7-W195

6-N152

5-R128

3-A122

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7-C171 7-C165

3-B140

3-A127

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7-Q185

7-P180

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7-W200

7-V205

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7-Q195

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7-M190

7-H180

7-W210 7-Z200

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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

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1-H20

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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-K100

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Institute of Sound and Communications

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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7-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

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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

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7-V172

7-W172 7-W173

7-V168

7-V174

7-W170

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7-V165 7-W165

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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

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1-M128

1-H127

1-N130

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5-R128

5-S126

5-U130

5-U132

5-R119

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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

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1-E114

3-A117

3-A119

3-C105

3-C111

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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

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

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

2-A30

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

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

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

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8-F318

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8-E295 8-E285 8-E290 8-E282 8-F311 8-F312 8-E2858-D293 8-E278 8-E282 8-E276 8-E278 8-E274 8-E276 8-D290 8-E272 8-E274 8-E270 8-E272 8-E268 8-E270 8-F275 8-E268

8-D293

8-H318

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8-D295

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8-R335

8-N335

8-K323

8-R335

8-N335

8-H320

8-E325

8-D295

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8-R355

8-N337

8-K332

8-N337

8-H353 8-K332

8-D335

8-D300

Paradigm Electronics Inc...............................14-B180

8-R360

8-N340

8-K341

8-D335

8-D310

8-R365 8-N345

8-R365

8-K340 8-N345

8-H365

8-H355

8-D320

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

8-H367

8-E360

8-E330

8-R370

8-N350

8-N355 8-N354

8-K380

8-F362

8-D340

8-D350

8-N362

8-K354

8-H370

Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH....................1-H20

8-N350

8-N365

8-K380

8-E350

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8-H378

8-F368

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8-D340

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14-B100

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14-K130

14-C100 14-C103

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14-K112 14-K110

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8-H230

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SHOWCASE

8-N235

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8-H220 8-F220

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8-H222

8-K227

8-N225

8-N228

8-F212

8-D215

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8-R202

8-D205 8-F208

8-E210

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8-E200

8-K209

8-N195

8-N198

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8-H184

8-D186 8-F180

8-E180

8-D185

8-H182

9-A186

9-B185

8-R188

8-H180

8-K170

9-D195

9-D200 9-D185

9-E225

9-E200

9-D182

9-D190

9-E190

9-E195

8-K175 8-M180

9-F190

SevenSound ................................................................. Auditorium/ 7-C230

8-N175 8-N180

RAI Theater Shanghai Euchips Industrial Co.,Ltd ..............9-D200

DIGITAL SIGNAGE SUMMIT INFOPOINT

9-F195

OPENING RECEPTION, SMART BUILDING CONFERENCE AND KEYNOTE

9-A166

Sharp Electronics Europe ....................................... 12-E76 9-D175

9-B172 9-B170

9-A160

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

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9-B160

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9-A164

9-F150

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Smart Building Solutions Theatre

10-K153

9-F140

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14-C210

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11-D136

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10-S125

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11-D115

10-K114

10-N114

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14-A182

14-K190

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14-M280

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14-M270

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14-B170

14-K174

14-H152

10-S114 10-Q118 10-Q116 10-R114

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

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12-K40 12-F38 12-E38

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13-B68

13-C60

13-C65

13-D60

13-F73

13-E65 13-F70

............................................................................................12-H31 Shenzhen JinJiuTianShi Industry Co.,Ltd ...10-S120

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Shenzhen Kingaurora Opto-Tech Co., Ltd......8-R355 Shenzhen Kinglight ............................................8-R195 Co.,Ltd.............................................................................. 8-E325

12-H40

12-C45

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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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12-N44 12-F36

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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

12-H31

12-N35

........................................................................... 8-F325, 8-E208 Shenzhen LED-Hero Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.... ............................................................................................ 8-E175

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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

RTI........................................................................................1-P58

SCREEN-LED................................................................8-H265

RTS Intercom Systems ...............................................2-C50

ScreenLine .......................................................................1-H85

Russound...................................................................... 1-M124

SDVoE Alliance ............................................................12-H55

RUTENBECK ..................................................................9-E160

SEADA Technology Ltd..............................................8-K288

Rythmes & Sons .........................................................7-H195

SECARTYS ........................................................................7-X23

Revolution Acoustics................................................7-W212 Revox GmbH.................................................................7-N176

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Seetronic Ningbo Co., Ltd ........................................8-K300 SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED

Rextron International Inc. .....................................10-N134

S. Siedle & Soehne Telefon- und Telegrafenwerke

........................................................................... 7-C174, 7-C175

RGB Communications.................................................BK032

OHG ..................................................................................9-D175

Seloy Live ..........................................................14-M270

Shenzhen Lenkeng Technology Co., Ltd............ 8-F250 Shenzhen Liantronics Co., Ltd. ..............................12-H36 Shenzhen Lightlink Display Technology Co., Ltd............ 12-K40, 12-N50........................................................................... Shenzhen Magnimage Technology Co., Ltd ..................... ...........................................................................8-E209, 12-N50 Shenzhen Mary Photoelectricity Co., Ltd .......... 12-C51 Shenzhen Newstar Optoelectronics Co.,Ltd.... 8-F208 SHENZHEN NEXNOVO TECHNOLOGY CO,LTD 12-K65 Shenzhen Q-Color Technology Co., Ltd..............8-K315 Shenzhen Rcstars Technology Co., Ltd..............8-R335 Shenzhen Ruiling Optoelectronic Co., Ltd.........8-D335 Shenzhen Sage Opto Co.,Ltd................. 12-C85, 12-C82 Shenzhen Shunxun Electronics Co.,Ltd.............8-D340 Shenzhen Skyview Photoelectric Co., Ltd.........12-P70 Shenzhen Smart Sphere Technology Co., Ltd...1-N5 Shenzhen Solecolor Optoelectronics Co., Ltd .8-K330 Shenzhen Speedleader Technology Co., Ltd ...8-N355 Shenzhen Talk Display Technology Co., Ltd. ....12-P65 Shenzhen Teeho Optoelectronic Co., Ltd .......12-N35 Shenzhen TimeLink Technology Co., Ltd.........13-C102

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14-N307

14-M200

14-N305

14-K104

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14-N322

14-K110

Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology

11-A104

14-M254 14-M246

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

11-G118

11-F111

14-N330

14-M288

............................................................................................ 8-E208

10-N142

11-A140

14-N340 14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

14-A185

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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-N182

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8-N240

8-K230

8-N232

8-H230

8-N230

8-H233

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SHOWCASE

8-N235 8-R232

3-B140

8-H220 8-F220

8-E225

8-H215

8-H222

8-N225

8-K227

8-N228

8-F212

8-D215

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8-F210

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8-R202

8-D205 8-F208

8-E210

8-H195

Park Entrance Sun Rise Exact Industrial Co., LtdF................... 8-E276 8-N210

8-K210

8-R200

8-E209 8-E208

8-E200

8-K209 8-K205 Shenzhen Uniview Led Co., Ltd............12-E36, 12-F38,

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8-D188

8-H184

8-N195

8-H182 8-H180 SHENZHEN VTEAM CO.,LTD 8-F180 ...................................8-R320 8-E180 8-K185

SUVIRA ..................................................................6-M168 8-N182

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

Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing Co., Ltd...

SHENZHEN WQSLED PHOTOELECTRIC CO., LTD...........

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

............................................................................................12-D91 DIGITAL

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

SUMMIT 9-D200 9-E225 9-E200 Shure Europe GmbH .................................................3-A110 9-D185

SMART BUILDING Swissway ...........................................................14-D169 CONFERENCE AND KEYNOTE

8-K170

3-A136

3-

3-A121

8-R195

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

8-E175

3-A127

8-N198

.........................................................................................10-N140 8-D186

8-D185

3-A138

3-A122 3-A115

8-R188

8-K175 8-M180

3-A111

Auditorium/ RAI Theater

8-N175 8-N180

3-A117

3-A119

3-A109

OPENING

9-E220 Co., Ltd..................................8-F320 SIGNAGE SWEDX ABRECEPTION, Shenzhen YIPLED ........................................................................2-A42 9-D195

9-A186

9-A180

9-D182

9-D190

9-E190

9-E195

9-F190

............................................................................................8-H222

9-A172

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

9-E170 9-F170 SIEC – Systems Integration Experience Community ...

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

9-E175

9-D170

9-B171

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

9-A164

9-B160

9-F160 Sightcorp9-E160 ........................................................................8-K175

9-B151 9-B150

9-F150

10

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9-F155

SiliconCore Technology ..........................................10-K110

Silora R&D ........................................................................5-S85 10-K155 10-N151 t-WIN 10-K153 10-K160 10-N155...................................................................... 8-E255 9-F140 SIM2 MULTIMEDIA.....................................10-K114, D-401 10-K150 Tabletpro...............................................................6-K158

11-D156

10-P148

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

10-S127

10-K138

11-D150

11-C140

11-F137

10-K136

11-G140

SmartMetals Mounting Solutions B.V.10-K135 ..............11-F115 11-D138

Taiwan Carol Electronics .........................................7-Q215 10-N140 10-P136

10-N136

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

11-F135

11-F136 Smartsign......................................................................8-N232 10-K125

11-D136

10-N129

10-R130

SMS / Evoko.....................................................................2-A42

10-R120

Solid State Logic .........................................................7-S176 11-G119

10-K114

SolidDrive .........................................................................3-C87 11-D115 11-F115

11-C120

10-S120

10-P111

12-C90

12-F100

SOVICO Professional ................................................7-W165

12-C80

12-E76 12-F75 Soyo Technology Development Co., Ltd.............7-N224 12-F74

Space Screen .............................................................14-K150 12-F68

SpeakerCraft ...................................................................1-N53 12-F73 12-F70 12-E70

12-F62

12-F65 12-F67

12-K70 Specktron ....................................................................13-E110 12-F60 12-F55 12-F58

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

12-C63 12-C64

12-E58

12-F50

12-F52

12-K65

12-H85

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

12-C60

Squadrat GmbH ..........................................................8-D185 12-C58 12-C50

12-C51

12-H59

12-C36

12-C20

12-E28

14-C118 14-B110

14-C116

14-B105

14-C110

2-A45 14-M242

2-A40

14-H100

2-A42

14-K130 2-A30

14-M227

14-P430

14-N322 14-N325

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

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13-E65 13-F70

Temas Technology............................................13-C100 12-N65

12

12-P61 Tempest Lighting, Inc ................................................... 5-V37

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

Education Technology

Texas Instruments .....................................................1-N130 12-N44

Toucan Systems ................................................14-H170

The12-N37 Trade Company B.V. distributor of SunBriteTV ......

Transtech LED Co., Ltd.............................................. 8-E180

12-N40 ............................................................................................8-H314

Triad Speakers Inc......................................................1-N122

12-P60

12-N50

12-N36

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

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

Trinnov Audio ..................................................................5-U72

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

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

Tripleplay Services Ltd............................................. 12-F73

Thinklogical.................................................................10-R110

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

TRIUMPH BOARD a.s.................................................13-A85

Thinknx ..........................................................9-F170, 9-D182

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

TruAudio......................................................................10-N114

Tianjin JOSEN Technology Co., Ltd.................. 12-C60

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

TrueConf.......................................................................11-A102

TMB ..................................................................................7-N222

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

Trueform Digital...................................................8-F365

TOA Electronics Europe GmbH .............................7-S190

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

TSL Products................................................................ 12-F52

TomWare........................................................................ 8-F368

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

TSL Systems.........................................................12-F67

Tonar international b.v. and Allitone b.v.b.a......... 5-V72

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

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

tonwelt GmbH............................................................. 8-M180

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

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

TORUS POWER............................................................5-R125

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

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

Toshiba Business Display Solutions ......................5-R30

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

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

Total Technologies, Ltd. ............................................7-S172

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

12-N35

2-A48

14-M244

14-K110

Totem of Design ..........................................................8-K354

12-H31

2-A51

14-M246

14-K112

TOTEM Acoustic ........................................................10-P124

12-F33

2-A53 14-M254

14-M224

Tesla12-N45 .................................................................................9-B170

12-E30

14-K150

14-C112 14-D110 14-C114

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

......................................................................14-A100, 14-A120

Starleaf .....................................................11-C140, 11-D150 12-F34 12-E36 12-H36 12-K36

14-K154

14-H120

14-M230

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

12-F36 Stardraw.com Ltd.....................................................14-K100

14-H130

14-K142

Stampede Presentation Products, Inc ............................... 12-K40

2-A52 2-A55

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

14-C100 14-C103

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

12-H40

14-M260

14-M236 14-B100

14-A100

Tense12-N57 Top Design Switches BVBA .......................................

Starpoint Distribution............................................... 7-M217

12-C31

14-D120

14-C134

Stage Tec GmbH.................................................7-W190 12-F45

12-F38 StarBoard Solution GmbH ....................................13-C104 12-E38

12-C40

14-B130 14-B132 14-A120

DRONE ARENA

14-H150

14-H140

14-B138 14-B140

ST-Vitrinen .....................................................................8-H240 12-E57 12-K56 12-H55 12-H57

12-F40

12-C45

14-D150

14-C155

REBOOKING

Techlogix Networx 12-P78 .......................................................5-V100

12-F72

14-B150

14-K164

14-A140

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

U U.T.E. Electronic GmbH & Co. KG....................14-A185 UbiCast.........................................................................14-M224 UC OpenCloud ............................................................11-D150 UL LLC................................................................................5-S85 Uniclass Technology Co., LTD.................................8-N175 UNICOL Deutschland GmbH .....................................5-S80 Unilumin Group Co., Ltd. .......................................................... .........................................12-H57, 12-E58, 12-H40, 12-F45 Unitech............................................................................14-K80 Unitech Systems EE ..................................................13-D85 UNIVE Co., Ltd ....................................................14-H150 Univox..............................................................................7-S184

V Vaddio.................................................................................2-C42

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2-A75

14-H152

14-B165 14-B155 14-B160

2-A70

13-N100 OFFICE

Sound Control Technologies ............................... 11-D141 Soundwin Network Inc. ......................................6-F162

12-C82

14-A160

14-M270 14-K174

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

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

12-E90

12-D93

14-H155 14-B170

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

12-N100

SoundTube .......................................................................3-C87 12-C84

10-P115

14-M280 14-H170

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

10-Q118 10-Q116 10-R114

Sony ....................................................................................1-N20 12-D91

12-C85

10-R110 10-R118

3-A75

14-M290 14-M286 14-M285

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

14-A180

14-B136

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

Sonic11-D102 Foundry,11-F104 Inc. ....................................11-D130, 2-A42 Sonodyne Technologies Pvt Ltd.............................7-X182

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TDI Group .......................................................................... 5-V60

Sonance.............................................................................1-N80

11-B102

14-A182

TDG Audio......................................................................5-S126

11-G118

11-D111

11-D113

14-H200

14-D250

10-S114 TDC Polska sp. z o.o..........................................14-A140

Sommer Cable GmbH ..............................................1-N117 11-C110

10-P116

14-K190

14-G200

TCI GmbH......................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170 10-N114

10-K110 SOLTEC .........................................................................11-B102 11-F111

14-C210

10-S122 TCI Cables .......................................................................7-V242 10-P122

11-G120

3-A50 14-N330

14-M288

10-P124 10-S123 TB Speaker Co., Ltd. .........................................14-H140

SOLEDGE .......................................................................5-U102

14-M293 14-M291

14-K193

10-P126 Tau Audio Solutions ......................................................3-C87

11-G132 10-K121 Snowhite Display 11-D130 11-F130 Technology Co. ........................5-U132

11-B130

10-N134

10-P132 Tasker................................................................................1-M16 10-S125

10-K118

14-N340

14-K194

14-C200

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

10-N142

11-D141

-B140

10-R146

3-A76

3-A80

14-M292

Europa Entrance G

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

11-F146

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

10-P149

Audio Demo Rooms

Smart City Terminal Technology Co., Ltd ......8-D295

TAG10-N148 / HORTUS AUDIO................................................7-T210

10-N146

3-A85

14-M297 14-M295

14-A185

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

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

14-M298

14-K195

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

Signagelive....................................................................8-K232

3-A110

3-A100

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

9-D160

9-B162

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

Sidev ................................................................................5-R100 9-D172

9-D175

9-B172 9-B170

3-A107

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

9-E178

9-A170

9-A160

INFOPOINT

Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH (Shuttle Inc.) ............

9-B185

9-A174

9-A166

9-F195

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44 EXHIBITOR LISTING Valcom ........................................................................7-T190

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Wuxi Derhino Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd8-N345

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

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

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

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

Videofabrika.ru ...............................................6-F150 Videotree......................................................................5-R20 VIDERO AG................................................................8-N225 Videxio......................................................................11-B150 Vidyo, Inc.......................................................................2-A42 ViewSonic Europe Limited...............................11-A132 Viju................................................................... 11-B150 VIOSO GmbH ................................................................ 1-G3

X Xantech.........................................................................1-N53 Xilica........................................................................... 7-M225 Xilinx..........................................................................14-B132 XTA Electronics Ltd./MC2 Audio .......................7-V160 XTREM SCREEN .....................................................5-U100

Y

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Visual Productions BV..........................................7-S160 Visualint.....................................................................9-A174 VITREA ..........................................................................5-R92 VIVALDI SRL...........................................................14-B138 Viveroo GmbH............................................................ 5-V57 Vivitek............................................................................5-R55 VIZ-ART AUTOMATION............................................2-A48 Vogels Products BV.................................................1-M27 Volfoni-3D ...............................................................14-P416 Volume Network .......................................... 14-K174

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

VOOME NETWORKS .............................................8-K272 VSI ......................................................................13-C60 Vue Audiotechnik Europe GmbH.................7-F219 VuWall Technology, Inc ......................................11-F146

W VVS (Vidisco LTD) ................................................14-N322 Wacebo Europe Srl ............................................... 13-F75 Wall-Smart..................................................................1-Q90 Wallin.tv ............................................................8-E260 Waterfall Audio......................................5-U102, 5-U100 Waves Inc...................................................................7-V245 Wealleys Technology Co., Ltd...............................5-U92 Weinzierl Engineering GmbH ........................................... ......................................................9-F150, 9-F160, 9-F170

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European debut for control Away from your own stand (or demo VOXPOP room NPP LED display room), what are you most looking forward to seeing at ISE 2017? MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE

When our business partners aren’t visiting the MEDIUM booth, I‘ll be visiting them! All our vendor partners are expanding their product ranges, presenting a myriad of innovations, new or improved technologies. You can literally see the gaps between products closing rapidly to create true solutions and I think we’ll see this development reflected all over ISE 2017.

Andreas Ruhland Managing director, MEDIUM Stand: 8-N318

In 2016 we saw a convergence in video-over-IP transport standards. Many companies, including Riedel, developed a roadmap of standards starting with SMPTE 2022-6 and, via TR-04, progressing towards SMPTE 2110 (TR-03). It will be interesting to see how ISE exhibitors and attendees are addressing interoperability issues and adopting these standards.

Christian Diehl Product manager, Riedel Communications Stand: 6-H152

Putting AV to the test RGBLINK MSP 200PRO, an all-in-one AV generator and monitor toolset, contains advanced video testing and monitoring features that have previously been available from only a select few manufacturers. All functions are controlled from

the integrated touchscreen for easy operation and navigation. The touchscreen menu enables video source selection, output resolution setting, EDID setting, Genlock configuration, Time Code display, graphical signal analysis, as well as onboard video monitoring. Video can be output from the range The MSP 200PRO offers advanced video testing and monitoring features

ZeeVee is a very interesting and fast growing newcomer to the HDMI signal distribution space, with a history of success in RF distribution. Its latest generation Zyper 4K products are the industry’s first that can transport and process true 4K60 4:4:4 images, and they can do it over off-the-shelf Ethernet networks with zero latency. I can’t wait to see them in action.

Justin Kennington President, SDVoE Alliance Stand: 12-H55

of standard built-in test patterns, or from USB media such as MP4, or custom still images. As standard, the unit also includes an input for an external HDMI source. This could be used for test video, or for MSP 200PRO to be used as an inline video monitor. Output can be set to a wide range of resolutions and formats, with outputs for 3G-SDI, CVBS and DVI. The DVI output also supports HDMI and VGA signal transmission. With EDID configuration, there is also capability for testing down-stream displays and other devices. For broadcast and camera applications, the MSP 200PRO accepts and passes Genlock to output, and can also generate Genlock signals. Time Code output can be generated, and is displayed in Milliseconds. Time Code can both be displayed on the output (position adjustable) and on the MSP 200PRO display itself. Pro AV analysis is also available, with graphs showing frequency distribution as a histogram, luminance, a vector display of chrominance, and also an audio frequency monitor.

Stand: 12-N35, 12-N36, 12-N37

Projectors are TCO Certified CASIO Casio is talking to ISE 2017 visitors about the fact that five of its lampfree projectors, including the XJF210WN, have been TCO Certified. TCO Certified is an international third-party sustainability certification for IT products administered by TCO Development, a non-profit organisation based in Sweden. The five projectors meet the latest TCO Certified Projectors 2.0 criteria. In order to be TCO Certified, Casio says that products must undergo rigorous verification of

Additionally, the projector and all assemblies and sub-assemblies of the product must not contain mercury or other hazardous substances, and the total amount of mercury used in the lamp must be declared. “We are proud to have declared that our projectors and light sources do not contain mercury,” said Toshiyuki Iguchi, executive officer, digital signage division, Casio.

multiple factors in all phases of the product life cycle, including socially responsible manufacturing during the manufacturing phase; safety, product lifetime, and energy efficiency during use; and elimination or reduction of hazardous substances and recycling at the end-of-life phase. TCO Certified Projectors 2.0 also Stand: 1-F120 requires that products meet criteria for high-quality display image and be equipped with an Eco Mode that consumes less energy and reduces the acoustic noise level, Casio notes. Five of Casio’s projectors have been certified by TCO Development

Designed specifically for control room and other demanding indoor visualisation applications, Mitsubishi’s new narrow pixel pitch (NPP) display was over two years in development. The 130in diagonal screen on show at ISE 2017 delivers Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and is composed of individual LED units measuring 480mm x 540mm. The as-yet unnamed display offers direct view LED, delivering an impressive light output and contrast from a 90mm depth slim form factor. The new screen is based on a 1.5mm pitch, 3-in-1 SMD LED package and has several patented features that make it suited to control room roles where long lifespan and total reliability are critical requirements. A patented anti-burn feature allows static graphics to be displayed for long periods of time without adversely

affecting LED performance or lifespan. Overall, the display is rated for 100,000 hours of continuous operation, with its anti-burn feature ensuring that LED luminance and chromaticity remains uniform over the lifetime of the screen. Dual-loop signal inputs and redundant power supplies ensure the display will continue to function in the unlikely event of an LED unit power failure. Dynamic power consumption features actively monitor image luminance and adjust power output accordingly to optimise power consumption and reduce operator eye-fatigue. Mitsubishi has incorporated the Natural Color Matrix system found in its DLP products into the new LED screen, plus a specially developed twodimensional noise reduction system to reduce visible noise in compressed content such as MPEG video. Larger displays can be easily created by adding more LED units.

Stand: 2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36

The new NPP screen has several patented features that make it suited to control room roles

Debut of IP-based video collaboration system AVCIT ELECTRONICS Featuring an integrated command and control system, China-based AVCiT Electronics has bought its latest product, an IP-based video collaboration system, to ISE 2017. ‘What you see is what you get’ is the design goal of AVCiT’s collaboration system, which allows multiple users to operate the system by finger or mouse, whether video switching, zooming,

or roaming, and all with real-time preview. Fang Hua, head of R&D at AVCiT Electronics, said: “It has a very compact and flexible design for rack mounting, cabling simply by twisted pair only. What’s more, it has integrated multi-view, multi-monitor, videowall control features, with discrete and scalable configuration for various sizes of installation.”

Stand: 3-A80

AVCiT’s collaboration system allows multi-users to operate the system by finger or mouse

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Tiny recorder goes mobile LECTROSONICS

capture environmental or location sound. A new micro digital recorder, the The PDR records in 24-bit, 48kHz PDR (Personal Digital Recorder) has digital onto a Micro SD card (HC type) been introduced for professional in the .wav format. Setup is accessed use. Lectrosonics says the PDR via the keypad and LCD. could be used in situations where a The PDR can be jammed to external wireless microphone is not practical, time code via the standard 5-pin Lemo as the PDR recorder can travel with connector. A headphone output jack a subject and capture professional allows for monitoring the signal input quality audio, synchronised with or listening to previously recorded files. timecode. The tiny size and rounded The housing is machined from shape make the PDR unobtrusive a solid aluminium billet, then hard and easy to place in garments and anodised for the ruggedness needed costumes, said the company, adding in field production. The input connector it would be easy to conceal when is the industry standard TA5M jack that used as a ‘plant’ microphone to accepts any mic or line level signal, and provides bias voltage to power a wide variety of electret lavaliere microphones. The input connection and wiring is compatible with microphones pre-wired for use with Lectrosonics professional wireless microphone transmitters with servo bias type inputs. Lectrosonics claimed the PDR runs for over six hours on a single lithium AAA battery, it measures 60mm x 54mm x 17mm, and The tiny PDR is unobtrusive and easy to weighs 71g with battery. place in garments and costumes

Stand: 7-P200

‘Drop in’ modular home cinema JAMES LOUDSPEAKER The new Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is able to bring surround formats to any environment in a high-performance, fully custom free-standing form factor. The built-to-size aluminium structure is intended to be assembled onsite, housing all of the required loudspeaker components for all three immersive audio formats (Dolby Atmos, Auro3D and DTS:X), as well as conventional 5.1 or 7.1 surround formats, based on the speaker configuration selected. The system is compatible with an array of subwoofer options depending on the décor and acoustic requirements of each room. Conceived as a fully customisable, free-standing solution, the structure is capable of delivering superb cinematic performance to an existing room without the need for any modifications to the space, according to James Loudspeaker. Source components and amplification are sold separately.

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The company claims this provides integrators with an ideal turnkey home cinema for clients in rental properties, or any other temporary scenario. Each custom-configured Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is composed of aluminium with marine-grade coatings to withstand outdoor environments and features sealed beam construction for compact size. The package can be ordered in 15 standard colours, or a custom colour at additional charge. As an outdoor home cinema, the free-standing powder coated aluminium structure can be mated to an array of landscape subwoofer options, such as subterranean models, for discreet visual presentation.

Stand: 7-P210

Modular aluminium components can be assembled or disassembled within an existing room

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Trim speakers show style HIBRITE ENTERPRISES A range of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers offering some elegant design characteristics – including a micro-trim grille that gives the speakers a clean appearance to help seamlessly integrate into a room – are the focus of the HiBrite Enterprises stand. The 120W NW62 in-wall speaker features a 6.5in polypropylene or Kevlar woofer and 1in ferrofluid cooled silk dome tweeter, while the larger 150W NW82 in-wall speaker moves up to an 8in woofer. The in-wall NLCR525 offers 120W maximum power (35W RMS) while featuring dual 6.5in polypropylene or Kevlar woofers, and a similar tweeter to its siblings. HiBrite claims that the in-wall LCR speaker brings consistent dynamic acoustic performance whether it’s installed horizontally as a central channel speaker or vertically as a left or right channel speaker. Matching grille designs can be found on the 120W NS62 and 150W NS82 ceiling speakers,

which feature a new coaxially mounted silk dome tweeter. The pivoting 1in tweeter allows listeners to point the sound directly to the main listening area, reducing reflected sounds that blur sonic details. The 120W NS63 and 150W NS83 models combine the left and right channels into a single ceiling speaker, designed to play stereo

from a single speaker. HiBrite says this is ideal for smaller areas where a stereo speaker pair is impractical. The 100W XC62 thin line inceiling model streamlines the ceiling speaker look with a 5mm bezel, and features a 15º driver orientation to deliver sound directly at the listening area.

Stand: 7-Z200

The pivoting tweeter on the NW62 allows listeners to point the sound directly to the main listening area

Speakers for home and away AMPHION LOUDSPEAKERS A new product bundle that allows producers and sound engineers to take the Amphion sound with them everywhere they go is being showcased by the Finnish manufacturer, as well as the updated Krypton3 three-way reference speaker. The compact One12 studio monitor is now available in a bundle with a pair of Amp100 mono amplifiers and speaker cables, all housed in a wooden travel case padded to ensure easy and safe transportation. One12 utilises a 1in titanium dome tweeter set in a Corian waveguide, aligned to the custom-designed SEAS 4.5in woofer to provide ‘exceptional time and phase coherence’, according to Amphion, with a very low crossover set at 1,600Hz. Anssi Hyvönen, founder and MD, Amphion Loudspeakers, said: “With this bundle we offer

Krypton3’s design reduces unwanted reflections from both the side and rear walls

our customers the comfort to work in different locations using their own monitors. The nice thing about the One12 is that you can listen to it up really close, if you need to. I think of it as a large pair of high-resolution headphones which are very comfortable to wear all day long, and allow sharing the experience with the production team while taking the room out of the equation.” The updated Krypton3 employs a completely redesigned crossover, originally introduced in the company’s studio monitors line, along with a new doublevented tube and proprietary papyrus 8in midrange. The cardioid midrange applied in Krypton3 allows it to perform ‘exceptionally well’ even in small rooms and close to big windows, claims Amphion.

Stand: 7-W195

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on SOFTWARE

HARDWARE Industry-first decoupling of AVC software from proprietary hardware

QSC is proud to demonstrate a groundbreaking technology that will allow the award-winning 4th generation Q-SYS™ Platform software on a standard high-performance off-the-shelf Dell™ R730 server. This industry-first demonstration provides a glimpse into the future of enterprise installations, utilizing processing in the datacenter and opening the door for centralized resourcing, new system deployment models, new scalability options and new redundancy opportunities.

See the future live at Stand 7-Q170

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Dante-to-analogue module unveiled AUDINATE The Dante Analog Output Module is being introduced to a large audience for the first time at ISE 2017. The complete, small form-factor PCB allows for rapid development of Dante-to-analogue endpoints. Manufacturers can use this module in a variety of small footprint enclosures with appropriate analogue connectors to rapidly bring finished products to market. The Dante Analog Output Module supports one RJ45 Dante input, and one or two balanced analogue outputs. The module can receive audio channels from a Dante

clock for a Dante network. Adapters (for example XLR-to-RCA and XLR-to-phono) can be used to connect to audio equipment without the required built-in connectors. Joshua Rush, VP of marketing, Audinate, said: “At Audinate we are committed to enabling digital networking throughout the entire audio signal chain. The Dante Analog Output Module provides the perfect foundation for manufacturers to easily build adapters to add analogue endpoints to the Dante network.”

network and provide studio-quality, low-latency audio via balanced output connectors to analogue audio equipment. Any audio available on the Dante network can be routed via the outputs to an amplifier, powered speaker, mixing console, DSP, or another analogue audio device. The module supports PoE, and features a highquality digital-toStand: 7-E190 analogue coverter, It supports a range of sample rates and bit depths, and can The Dante Analog Output Module supports one RJ45 Dante input, and also provide a one or two balanced analogue outputs hardware master

Pan Powerline control for speakers PAN ACOUSTICS

Pan Beam series can be easily controlled with Pan Powerline, The Pan Powerline system combines according to Pan Acoustics. transmission technology with The control technology is popular existing cabling using a two-wire in the heritage industry, as obsolete system. Active speakers from the audio systems can easily be brought into line with the newest, state-ofthe-art technology, without requiring the replacement or removal of existing cables, which are often hidden during One channel of the Pan Powerline system can control several speakers installation.

Pan Powerline can transfer audio signals together with steering data and the necessary power supply via two electric wires, whether they are telephone wire, 100V cable or any similar system. The heart of the Pan Powerline system is the Central Control Unit that can manage up to four powerlines/ channels. The system benefits from a flexible design – in one powerline/ channel, several speaker types can be connected and individually adjusted for settings such as frequency response, beam steering, delay and so on.

Stand: 7-P220

DTOX boxes for audio clarity RME The new DTOX series of D-sub to XLR breakout boxes – 19in 1RU rack enclosures with 16 XLR sockets on one side, and two D-sub connectors on the other – is on show. Named after their primary functionality, D(sub) to X(LR) - DTOX, their purpose is exactly that, says Audio AG. Using D-sub to XLR breakout cables, where other XLR cables have to be plugged into the often badly labelled

XLR plugs at the cable’s end, can lead to confusion and errors. Audio AG claims the DTOX series provides a much better, professional solution, by replacing the two usual multicore breakout cables with a 19in rackmount unit. Due to differences between digital and analogue formats, the DTOX series comes in four flavours. For analogue connections, the DTOX-16 (pin-compatible to TASCAM pinout) is available in three versions, namely

Audio AG says DTOX prevents cable chaos, errors and connection problems one XLR input only, one XLR output only, and I/O with eight female and eight male sockets.

Stand: 7-F220

Flexible solution for audio I/O QSC SYSTEMS The Q-SYS I/O-8 Flex Channel Expander is being introduced at ISE, featuring eight flexible audio I/O channels. I/O-8 Flex allows users to easily configure each channel via Q-SYS Designer Software as either a fully balanced mic/line input with phantom power, or a line level output. It also offers PoE+ support for simple, single-cable deployments plus an auxiliary DC power input that can be used for redundancy where required. With the same chassis and mounting solution as the QSC SPA Series power amplifiers, the I/O-8 Flex is ideal for mounting under the table in a conference room, on the wall or in a rack, says QSC.

Acting as a Q-SYS peripheral, the I/O-8 Flex Channel Expander offers local Audio-to-USB bridging for integration with soft codec applications such as Skype for Business, GoToMeeting and so on. Martin Barbour, product manager, QSC Systems, said: “We continue to focus product development efforts on solving real challenges integrators face day in and day out. The I/O-8 Flex provides integrators with a simple and cost-effective method for adding audio, control and USB audio I/O where they need it. All of this is achieved while using a single network cable, eliminating the need to pull a multitude of wiring around the facility.”

Stand: 7-Q170

I/O-8 Flex allows users to configure eight flexible audio I/O channels via Q-SYS Designer Software

AoIP for all LAWO A host of AoIP products are being showcased on the Lawo stand. The Lawo A__digital 8 and A__madi 4 are the latest members of Lawo’s A__line series of highquality Audio-to-IP interfaces for install, live and broadcast applications. In combination with the existing A__mic 8, the compact 19in 1RU devices are based on Ravenna technology, and are also compatible with the AES67 AoIP interoperability standard. The A__mic 8 features eight Lawograde mic/line inputs and four line outputs, A__digital 8 has eight AES3 inputs and

four AES3 outputs, while A__madi 4 sports four MADI interfaces. All units also provide two Ravenna/ AES67 Ethernet ports and eight GPIOs. They come with VisCon__ navigator software for ‘easy set-up’ of audio and video streams in IP networks as standard. The 19in 1RU Lawo Compact Engine is an IP-based networked audio I/O, processing and mixing engine, featuring power supply redundancy and expansion slots for easy addition of I/O cards.

Stand: 7-V210

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Immersive illumination EXHIBITORVIEW has come out in force Turbocharging video bandwidth with TICO lightweight low latency mezzanine compression HD, 4K, 8K, AR/VR are requesting to handle huge bandwidth and higher data rates in cost-effective IP-based pro-AV eco-systems. The challenge to move to IP is important from the capture to the display: new AV systems require higher video bandwidth, higher power consumption and get heavier to manage… but there is a solution. The smart solution to move forward is called ‘lightweight’ compression, a very low compression to turbocharge the bandwidth and replace uncompressed where it is needed. That’s the new compression promoted by the TICO Alliance, and disclosed at SMPTE as SMPTE RDD35. It’s close to uncompressed in the sense that ‘lightweight’ compression means very low latency, few pixel lines, very high quality, lossless or visually

lossless, very low complexity, fast in software, tiny in hardware and very low compression. The ‘lightweight’ compression is simplifying everything, with a compression typically around 4:1 to 6:1 it enables users to map HD or 4K over low-cost GbE links. Pro-AV use cases where lightweight compression will turbocharge the bandwidth are also to support higher data stream using existing systems, to increase the number of streams, to reduce the internal video bandwidth and power consumption and to cost effectively increase video buffer and storage capacity. I am glad to be here at ISE 2017. By significantly reducing video bitrates to support UHD quality below HD bitrates, TICO is enabling pro-AV users to deliver more compelling quality to the market. Several exhibitors this year are showcasing multiple applications that demonstrate

A.C. ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGIES The Color One 100X, Inspire and Color Force II fixtures from Chroma-Q are being showcased on the A.C. Entertainment Technologies stand, displaying their potential as an immersive, integrated lighting experience. The fixtures are intended for auditoriums, performance venues, houses of worship and other public spaces. The new Color Force II washlighting battens range utilises the latest homogenised optics to provide a RGBA colour blend of high-quality saturates and pastels – and a purer white – with no unsightly colour-mixing shadows, says the company. Chroma-Q says they are ideal for smooth, even wall

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washing up to 12m. The Inspire architectural house lighting range gives venues full control over their room environment, according to Chroma-Q. Users can tailor the atmosphere and colour scheme, creating a seamless experience from the stage to the audience. The new Color One 100X PAR features the same core colour mixing technology as other Chroma-Q models – and improves on the output of its predecessor. The fixture is particularly aimed at indoor lighting of installation spaces. An IP65 version is designed for outdoor events and venues. All Chroma-Q products feature calibrated light engines for unit-tounit consistency.

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Eight new projectors revealed EPSON ISE 2017 sees the launch by Epson of eight new models in its range of 3LCD laser installation projectors. The line-up now offers brightness up to 15,000 lumen, as well as a new remote image capture feature for diagnostic purposes, resolution and housing colour options, and a full range of connection types, including HDBaseT, HDMI, DVI and component. The eight new models are the EB-L1755U, EB-L1750U, EB-L1715S, EB-L1710S, EB-L1555U, EB-L1550U, EB-L1515S and EB-L1510S. These offer either 15,000 lumen or

12,000 lumen of brightness, plus WUXGA or SXGA+ resolution – the latter resolution is new to Epson’s installation projector range – and a choice of black or white housing. All models offer the same range of features as the existing models in this family, including connection options, native contrast ratio, 360º installation and projection from any angle. Some models also offer 4K Enhancement technology, for what the company says is the sharpest possible picture. They are compatible with Epson’s selection of lenses, which is expanding to include a new ultra-short throw option.

“The pro AV industry asks us for two things – more brightness and more feature options, to suit a wider range of venues,” said Daniel Rose, product manager at Epson Europe. “By extending the EB-L1000 Series with eight new models up to 15,000 lumen, we’re more than meeting these requirements. When you add simple, versatile installation and ‘fit and forget’ reliability, these projectors represent a compelling choice for AV projects of all types.” The new EB-L1000 Series projectors will be available from November 2017.

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AV-over-IP solutions flex their muscles MATROX A versatile line-up of H.264 encoding and decoding appliances is on display at the Matrox stand. Integrated with a Crestron controller at ISE, the Matrox Monarch LCS lecture capture appliance generates H.264-encoded video streams with powerful scaling, deinterlacing and noisereduction engines, sending only pristine images to the internal

encoders for simultaneous streaming and recording. Matrox claims the ability of the Monarch LCS to encode in Dual Mode is unique. It offers the power to dynamically switch between picture-in-picture, side-by-side, or full screen, directly to the viewer. Matrox says its Monarch HDX is a compact, easy-to-use, dual-channel H.264 encoding appliance, designed for complete workflow flexibility. The Monarch HDX features 3G-

Two 3D models added DIGITAL PROJECTION Among the five new projectors being announced at ISE 2017 by Digital Projection are two models for its 3D-capable E-Vision range, offering picture-in-picture (PIP) as well as edge-blending and geometry correction as standard, alongside a real-time clock for automation. The Digital Projection E-Vision Laser 4K-UHD is a single chip DLP projector, adding a 7,500 lumen option with 4K resolution. Dynamic Black technology gives a contrast ratio of 6,000:1 or 20,000:1 on the high contrast model. The new E-Vision Laser 10K adds greater brightness to the range, delivering 10,000 lumen at 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution. Both

SDI and HDMI inputs with frame synchronisation to compensate for unstable sources. Two independent H.264 encoders provide redundancy or can be set to stream and/or record at individual settings. Monarch HD is a streaming and recording appliance designed for professional video producers. From an HDMI input source such as a camera or switcher, Monarch HD generates an H.264encoded stream compliant with

The Matrox Monarch LCS lecture capture appliance generates H.264-encoded video streams RTSP or RTMP protocols while simultaneously recording a highquality MP4 or MOV file to an SD card, a USB drive, or a networkmapped drive. Matrox is also highlighting the recording capabilities of the Matrox VS4Recorder Pro software, powered by the Matrox

VS4 quad HD-SDI capture card. Both the multi-camera and independent modes of operation are being demonstrated, as well as the interactive nature of the VS4Recorder Pro API, starting and stopping recording with a Crestron controller.

Stand: 12-E38

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new E-Vision projectors benefit from being lamp-, and therefore maintenance-, free. Also being introduced is the Mercury Quad, an upgrade of the lamp-based TITAN projection system which has been around for ten years. The company says the model has been given a modern redesign for greater efficiency, while continuing to output 20,000 lumen from four 465W lamps. Digital Projection has also upgraded its M-Vision range to include laser illumination technology. The M-Vision Laser 15K is a single chip DLP projector with a 15,000 lumen output and 10,000:1 contrast ratio. It is designed to bring a large-screen imaging solution to budget-sensitive applications.

The EL-4KPM-V88-A2416 is an HDCP 2.2-compliant 4K 8x8 video matrix

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ISE 2017 sees the announcement by ELAN of a new line of HDMI products that include matrix switchers, HDBaseT receivers and transmitters, a video over IP receiver and transmitter, and a video over IP control module. “ELAN is back in the residential video distribution space in a big way,� said ELAN product manager Eric Herdman. “ELAN may be known as the pioneer of smart home control, but the brand’s

inception is deeply rooted in audio and video distribution. With this introduction, we are innovating the way video distribution is configured within residential applications. ELAN’s new line of HDMI products provides custom installers with a complete range of state-of-the-art options for end-toend home control and automation solutions.� “ELAN’s new HDMI line truly provides custom installers with the solutions they need to build a cutting-edge, innovative and

reliable video distribution system in the home,� Herdman continued. The new HDMI line includes the EL-4KPM-V88-A2416, a 4K 8x8 video matrix that is HDCP 2.2 compliant and transmits HDMI, bidirectional IR and PoH (PoE) up to lengths of 100m over a single Cat cable. The EL-4KPM-V66-A1812 is a similarly specified 6x6 matrix. The EL-4KM-V88 is a 4K 8x8 matrix that is HDCP 2.2 compliant with a combination of six HDBaseT and two HDMI outputs.

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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

SOLUTIONS FOR ENABLING AND ENHANCING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE, PRESENTED IN ISE’S NEWEST THEMED ZONE

VOXPOP What do you see as the most

significant new technologies for use within the world of education?

In education, wireless connectivity has become increasingly important to transform the way lessons are taught with digital content, and increased student collaboration. Distance education is growing exponentially also, as technologies such as video conferencing, wireless sharing and interactive touch are becoming more widespread in classrooms and lecture halls. Wireless connectivity with personal devices lets students, from primary through higher education, share their work for feedback, and conferencing allows for collaboration with other students and input from guests virtually invited into the classroom.

Brady O Bruce CMO, InFocus Stand: 2-A52

The secret to attaining and demonstrating the ideal digital experience for students involves a two-fold approach: it boils down to creating a digital environment that is both so efficient and seamless that it goes unnoticed, and one that is personalised and adaptable to each student’s unique preferences. With video specifically, the Holy Grail lies in the delivery of highquality content to any screen across any network, regardless of device and location. High-quality video distribution needs to be combined with digital signage, video on demand and mobile delivery to effectively serve today’s tech savvy students – cumulatively, these are significant education technology elements.

Colin Farquhar CEO, Exterity Stand: 12-F50

There is a trend towards consolidation of functionality, together with the conversion to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). This means that new systems will be expected to offer a wide range of capabilities, including wireless presentation from all BYOD in class with teacher moderation control, interactive whiteboarding, voting and polling, silent questions, teacher-student chat, remote classroom connectivity and remote student support. In essence, there is a shift from passive viewing over interactivity to a real collaborative experience, which the technology needs to bring into the classroom.

Whether it is a comprehensive 4K live production box or a smaller, single-camera 4K capture device, Epiphan’s Pearl-2 and AV.io 4K help enable cutting-edge 4K capture and encoding for AV professionals, the company claims. “At Epiphan, we strive to offer products that align with the latest in pro-AV technology,” said David Kirk, VP of product management at Epiphan Video. “Our newest 4K products, Pearl-2 and AV.io 4K, are

excellent examples of how we’re enabling leading-edge live 4K production for AV professionals. We’re looking forward to demonstrating these products for European audiences at ISE 2017.” For users who specialise in live event production, Epiphan’s next generation ‘all in one’ live production switcher, Pearl-2, is the 4K solution. According to the company, Pearl-2 offers everything needed to successfully live stream, encode and record a 4K live event, all in the box. With six signal inputs and a powerful

Intel i7 processor, Pearl-2 is well-equipped to handle the 4K encoding process, letting users encode a 4K programme while live switching between sources and custom layouts. Meanwhile, users who need 4K capture on a smaller scale would benefit most from Epiphan’s award-winning 4K capture card, AV.io 4K. Portable, rugged and simple to use, AV.io 4K captures from a single 4K HDMI source and transmits the 4K signal to the user’s computer via USB 3.0.

Stand: 13-D110

Pearl-2 and AV.io 4K help enable cutting-edge 4K capture and encoding for AV professionals

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3D AR based on CAD CADALTRO Being demonstrated at ISE 2017, the CadAltro software platform is an interactive tool that provides configurable 3D views and augmented reality (AR), based on original CAD data. At ISE for the first time, the Belgian start-up is bringing CAD to mobile by interacting with the customer’s back end systems. It integrates with all relevant, multiformat product data sources, particularly CAD/CAM systems. CadAltro uses the customer’s CAD models instead of pre-rendered pictures, for high detail and strong

configurability from any angle. It includes tools to reduce administration and make meetings more engaging, including: virtual tour; storyboard; playbook; live annotations; and access to all related product materials. Using original CAD files, CadAltro transforms them automatically into 3D views, making all marketing materials available in the tool at the touch of a finger, tracking every move and saving it for further use, and synchronising afterwards with the customer’s ERP, CRM, or ticketing system.

Stand: 13-D71

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CadAltro uses the customer’s CAD models instead of pre-rendered pictures, for high detail and strong configurability from any angle

Making classes interactive and fun HANSHIN INTERNATIONAL A company with over 17 years of experience in developing innovative approaches for new ways of teaching and learning, Hanshin International is showcasing a broad range of products at ISE 2017, including its interactive whiteboard, Multi-Touch Panel, eFUN Table and eNote Board. eNote Board is a new product that enables users to connect with several mobile devices simultaneously for real-time screen sharing. It can also be used with Hanshin’s Multi-Touch Panel to make the lecture or meeting more productive by using the company’s professional software, which is included in the panel.

The upgraded Multi-Touch Panel featuring a real-time screen-sharing function, has been relaunched. With an upgradable processor in Android, the Picture in Picture function and inhousedeveloped educational software brings new experiences to users, Hanshin says. Meanwhile, eFUN Table is an interactive table that comes with a touchscreen and waterproof feature. It is user friendly and able to download Google edutainment apps. This solution, says Hanshin, can make classes more interactive and help enhance student creativity and communication skills.

Stand: 13-D102

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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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SMART BUILDING Power supply for signage, lighting MEAN WELL According to its manufacturer, Mean Well, the ERP-350 series low-profile signage panel power supply has already been widely deployed in applications such as large-scale outdoor LED moving sign panels and other commercial lighting applications due to its high efficiency and the fact that it is rain-proof. The company has now upgraded the range to the ERPF-400 series, which offers a built-in active PFC function. The upgraded version expands the input range to 90~264VAC, while the interior remains semi-potted such that it is proof against both water and dust

ingress. In fanless operation, working efficiency is said to be up to 91%. The ERPF-400 can withstand a 300VAC surge input for up to five seconds, and has a working temperature in the range -30º to +60ºC. The unit complies with CCC/CB/CE requirements, measures 220.4mm x 130mm x 48mm and carries a threeyear warranty. The fact that it offers complete protection functionality – short circuit, overload, over voltage and over temperature – makes it highly suitable, says the company, for LED strip lighting, LED channel lighting, LED moving signage panels and so on.

Stand: 9-E190 The ERPF-400 power supply is designed for signage and lighting applications

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Intellicenter is a smart home server HDL

These smart home devices could, explains the company, be HDL Buspro wired and wireless

The Intellicenter controller from HDL is in essence, says the company, a server, acting as The Intellicenter the brains of a smart can be remotely home so that different controlled via an app functions can be managed and data collected. Consisting of two parts, the physical controller and the Amazon cloudbased server, the Intellicenter controller connects to the home’s router, creating a bridge between the internet and the home’s existing smart home devices.

devices, ZigBee devices, Z-Wave devices, or devices connected over Ethernet such as a Sonos music system or a Philips HUE hub. For further flexibility, the controller can accept add-on modules and gateways, so that it can connect with Enocean, KNX, M-Bus and a number of other systems. The company says that using the controller together with the HDL On app – which enables a remote connection from a smart phone or tablet – users can easily configure HDL solutions, both wired and wireless, and most of the smart home system’s settings can be changed daily.

Stand: 9-E178

KNX solution is scalable DIVUS

ControlTouch KNX deployable anywhere ABB / BUSCH-JAEGER New for this year’s ISE is ControlTouch KNX which its developer Busch-Jaeger says can be deployed anywhere from detached houses to large residential complexes, offices and commercial properties. ControlTouch KNX transforms iOS and Android smartphones and tablets – and even the Apple watch – into remote controls for all KNX system building functions, allowing a building and all its KNX components to be controlled completely free of fixed control elements and panels. It also means that a KNX infrastructure can be controlled remotely. Lighting, blinds and entire scenes can be controlled with just the swipe of a finger. ControlTouch KNX also allows access to IP cameras, Sonos wireless speaker cabinets

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and Philips hue lighting. Other product features include the scene editor, RGB/RGBW support, the weekly timer with astro function, an optional presence detection system and alarm messages in the form of push notifications and emails. The core of the system is hidden under a DIN rail, which houses the compact REG device. The entire system is commissioned via the online myBUSCH-JAEGER portal.

Stressing the scalability of its solution – and the fact that it can be tailored to the requirements and specifications of any project, from simple to complex – DIVUS is highlighting its offering for KNX control. The Optima surface enables the visualisation and control of building technology via touch panels, smartphones or tablets (with DIVUS apps) and is, says the company, easy and intuitive not only for the user but also the installer. For the creation of a visualisation, all that is said to be required is familiarity with an image processing program and the ETS software. The DIVUS KNX Server family is claimed to cover the whole gamut of requirements. The KNX-M-Server is designed to be a cost-effective entry-level option

DIVUS offers a range of KNX solutions for projects from the smallest to the largest for smaller installations, while the KNX-E-Server is used for largescale projects. For applications where a server is not required, the KNX Superio

Stand: 9-E200

ControlTouch can be controlled via the Apple Watch

is a standalone device optimised for use in smaller systems. It combines a touch panel, DIVUS Optima and KNX connection in one unit, obviating the need for a client/ server structure. Mobile clients have access to KNX Superio. It is also possible to integrate an intercom into the DIVUS Optima interface, which uses VoIP technology to provide the functionality of a small telephone switchboard and permits the integration of external units, IP phones, PCs and Macs, mobile devices and linking to external telephone lines.

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Sensor is proximity-activated CONTROLTRONIC On show on the CONTROLtronic stand at ISE 2017 is the company’s new KNX Glass Touch Sensor, which is designed for private homes, office buildings and hotel and hospital applications. Made of real glass with precisely ground edges, it features a sensor that detects proximity and activates the user interface. Depending on the configuration, up to seven touch icons light up (dimmable and coloured according to choice). Said to be easy to understand and with user-exchangeable icons (for which the company says it

has a patent pending) it is designed to allow intuitive operation and maximum flexibility. The fixing is, from the outside, said to be invisibly integrated into the flat flush-mounting box using a magnetic solution (for which a patent is also pending). Extensive configuration can, says CONTROLtronic, be simply carried out without a plug-in due to a user-friendly structured product database (conforming to the ETS Standard). The whole sensor is entirely

The KNX Glass Touch Sensor has a proximity sensor to activate the user interface powered via KNX connection.

Stand: 9-F170

New KNX switches on show EELECTRON New for ISE 2017 is the 3025 range of 55x55 KNX switches from Eelectron. It is available in five different finishes – glass, metal, wood, stone and plastic. In order to complete the range, the new square plate for the 3.5in Touch Panel – with the same finishes as the 55x55 switch – has also been made available. The SB40AxxKNX model is a

tactile 4-channel push button. It can be configured to manage on/ off commands, dimming, shutters and venetian blind control, as well as scene recall and control, sequences of three objects and so on. The device includes a two-stage room temperature controller with integrated PI to control heating and cooling equipment, valves, 2- and 4-pipe fan coils and the like. It also features a rear connector (2-pole)

KNX IO Series highlighted WEINZIERL ENGINEERING Showcasing its broad range of KNX solutions is Weinzierl Engineering. With the introduction of the KNX IO Series, Weinzierl has further extended its product family. Models 410, 411, 510, 511 and 520 provide inputs and outputs in a compact form comprising just a single module width (18mm). Depending on the model, up to four inputs and two outputs are available for controlling lights, blinds, heating valves and so on. Manual operation is achieved via what Weinzierl describes as a simple yet powerful user concept with the help of two buttons and three multi-colour LEDs on the front panel. Because of its low space requirement, the new KNX IO series is said to allow a

high degree of flexibility in the planning and assembly of the distribution cabinet. Also on show is the KNX USB Stick 332, a compact interface for the KNX bus. Like the new KNX USB Interface 312, the stick supports KNX long frames. Longer telegrams speed up the download and are required for KNX security. The integrated LEDs show the connection status, telegram traffic as well as communication errors on the bus. The stick is compatible with ETS software (ETS3 or higher) and with numerous visualisations. The SDK kDrive is available for Windows and Linux to integrate the interface into programs. A module variant (KNX USB Module 322) is also available for integration into devices.

Stand: 9-F170

The 3.5in Touch Panel is available in the same finishes as the new switches configurable as a digital or analogue input; it is also possible to connect an NTC probe to obtain a direct temperature measurement.

Stand: 9-E220

The new KNX IO Series is compact, giving greater flexibility

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MEETING ENABLEMENT SOLUTIONS

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

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UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS

NEWS, PERSPECTIVES AND SOLUTIONS IN COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION

FEATURE Huddle room screens: two challenges

manufacturers clearly establish what is special about their solution.

How can manufacturers ensure they stand out – and get chosen – from an increasingly huddled market? Ian McMurray suggests a strategy

The second challenge is perhaps even more taxing. On the one hand, it is unquestionably appealing to prospective users that huddle room systems are easy to install and easy to use – and manufacturers need to ensure that that is how their solution is positioned. But: they also need to avoid alienating the channel – the integrators who will likely account for the large majority of sales. To imply – or even, as at least one manufacturer does, to state explicitly – that a solution is so simple that it eliminates the time and expense of involving an integration professional is potentially a challenge for the channel. On the other hand, integrators must learn how to identify and communicate the value they bring to creating an optimum collaboration solution when those solutions are being marketed by manufacturers as, effectively, plug and play. (The challenge is no different to that faced by integrators focusing on home automation in the face of so many DIY/plug-and-play smart home devices.) In fact, the two challenges are not unrelated. By working with the

With – according to Wainhouse Research – an estimated 50 million huddle rooms around the world, it’s no surprise to see numerous manufacturers looking to take advantage of the opportunity. Most of them are here at ISE 2017, with traditional vendors into the conferencing space being joined by those who have not historically addressed it. For many visitors, the subject of most interest is the focal point of this new generation of meeting spaces – the screen to which participants share their mobile/tablet/laptop screen. As a category, it’s possible to claim that it was legitimised by Microsoft’s entrance into the market with its Surface Hub – much as IBM legitimised the PC market back in 1981 – early in 2015. (Surface Hub partners at ISE 2017 include AVI-SPL, CommTec and Maverick.) However: the company didn’t start accepting orders until a few months later, and first shipments

took place in spring 2016, giving the rest of the industry time to establish its alternative solutions. There is now plenty of choice – from the likes of Ashton Bentley, Crestron, Hitachi, i3, InFocus, NEC, Nureva, Oblong, SMART and wePresent, to name but a few. That choice was expanded when, late last year, Google introduced its Jamboard for the corporate market, offered in partnership with BenQ. Just as Microsoft’s hardware is a natural complement to its software and cloud-based collaboration capabilities, so too is Google’s.

DIFFERENTIATED BENEFITS That new entrant will only make the market more competitive – and that raises two key challenges. The first of those is “How to compete?” What’s intriguing is that manufacturers have not yet moved forward from marketing/selling the benefits of collaboration, even though every other manufacturer can deliver those same benefits.

It’s analogous to how the projector industry hasn’t yet moved forward from selling the benefits of solid-state illumination – when those benefits are no longer differentiators in a market in which every manufacturer offers the same. For sure, there’s little opportunity to differentiate on hardware performance. Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors are pretty standard (although they’re not always current generation); SSD disk drives are relatively commonplace (but differ in capacity); and 4K screen resolution is largely taken for granted. There’s little doubt that manufacturers of huddle room screens need to get smarter about articulating their unique features – and, more importantly, the benefits those features deliver to users. Whether that’s the ability to differentiate between finger, pen and palm, or the ability to write on and save pdf files, or 100-point multitouch, it’s essential that

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customer to define exactly how and by whom the huddle space will be used, the integrator will quickly determine the features and functionality required from the screen. If manufacturers do the best possible job of communicating what’s different about their offering, rather than what’s the same, the integrator will be in an ideal position to recommend the optimum solution.

Ashton Bentley: 14-M200 AVI-SPL: 11-A115 BenQ: 5-U24 COMM-TEC: 2-A42 Crestron: 2-C24 Hitachi: 1-F100 i3: 10-S125 InFocus: 2-A52 Maverick: 5-U35 NEC: 5-R24 Nureva: 13-E70 Oblong: 11-A110 SMART Technologies: 13-C110 wePresent: 11-A129

Wireless microphone systems showcased Camera tracks automatically REVOLABS

Channel is a plug-and-play wireless offering designed for spaces that need only one or two microphones and require less range between the microphones and base unit. Both systems are compatible with a selection of Revolabs’ wearable and tabletop microphones, allowing integrators to mix and match microphones as well as utilise adaptors for handheld and earset options to suit the environment and presenter.

The HD Venue and HD Dual Channel wireless microphone systems are among the solutions being highlighted by Revolabs at ISE. Featuring wideband frequency response and audio processing designed to accurately reproduce human speech, both systems are said to deliver high-quality, clear audio that sounds as natural as in-person conversation. The HD Venue rackmount system supports two microphones in conference rooms, training rooms, auditoriums for lecture capture and video carts. Two systems can be installed together for a maximum of The HD Dual Channel is four microphones in one area designed for spaces that need for environments requiring only one or two microphones greater coverage. The HD Dual

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Both systems are designed to enable flexible management with microphone channels mixed at the base unit or managed independently. Featuring RF Armor technology, the systems are shielded from interference from other electronics in the room.

Stand: 11-D113

VALUEHD Among the conferencing and camera solutions highlighted on the ValueHD stand are the VHDV71U USB3.0 video conference camera and the VHD-V800 all-inone HD teaching tracking camera, which can output five channels of HD video (three channels for the close-up camera, two channels for the panoramic camera) at the same time. Both teacher tracking and student tracking use the same device, which has the advantage of delivering output that is the same in brightness, colour and so on. The panoramic lens can be changed, allowing the unit to be used in different sizes of classroom. The camera’s vertical viewing angle is vertically adjustable from -25° to +15°. Built-in image recognition and

an associated tracking algorithm mean that tracking is possible without the need for either an auxiliary camera or a tracking host. The close-up camera features a 72.5° wide-angle lens and supports 12x optical zoom; 16x digital zoom is optional.

Stand: 11-A127

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

The importance of in-browser applications which integrate with other business applications cannot be underestimated. Deployment of the long-awaited CEBP comms-enabled business process will increase significantly, allowing high-quality, high-definition browser-based video and content collaboration to be

seamlessly integrated into workflows. Cloud-delivered UC and video will continue to be the fastest-growing market segment, with the opex and cloud delivery models proving more and more popular. B2C video will also grow, as standards such as WebRTC have already emerged as a viable option.

Tim Stone Vice president, marketing, EMEA, Polycom Stand: 11-A117

Video collaboration. Companies of all sizes are struggling to maintain and gain an advantage in a competitive global environment while also cutting costs. People are organisations’ most expensive assets, so it’s critical to ensure employees are as productive as possible. Humans interact face-to-face and plain

ol’ audio calls won’t cut it anymore. Video collaboration is finally coming into the mainstream, with low-cost conference room systems that are easy to use, and single-touch meeting joining. To go beyond just saving on travel and to keep your best employees productive around the world, video collaboration will be crucial.

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

Executive Elite mic system highlighted REVOLABS Said to be ideal for auditoriums and lecture halls, Revolabs is highlighting its Executive Elite two-channel wireless microphone system. The rackmount microphone system is claimed by the company to provide superior audio quality and to set new standards with its signal-tonoise ratio and range of supported frequencies. The solution features three microphone options for greater

flexibility, including a wearable lapel microphone that allows presenters to move freely about the room, tabletop microphones, and goosenecks in two sizes for podiums and stage tables. To reliably and successfully support the proliferation of remote learning applications, Revolabs says that the solution can be easily integrated with a lecture capture system. The remote management interface is designed to provide simple network management

along with robust monitoring and diagnostic tools to conveniently aid AV administrators at institutions of higher education who oversee lecture halls spread across a large campus. According to Revolabs, the system features superior functionality for the price point, including intuitive connectivity and easy integration with room control systems and other room solutions such as amplifiers and loop-back suppressors.

Stand: 11-D113

The Executive Elite is said to provide superior audio quality

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InfoComm sessions This year’s education programme features half-day InfoComm Conferences, three-hour InfoComm MasterClass sessions, two-hour Application Labs and 20-minute InfoComm FlashTracks. An All Access Pass provides entry to Conferences, MasterClasses and Application Labs, while FlashTrack sessions are free to attend. All sessions provide renewal units toward the CTS certification.

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room G106

CYBERSECURITY: How to Help Your Customers Understand, Mitigate and Respond to Threats

Panel: Stuart Rench, ihiji; Chuck Espinoza, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT, ISF-C, DMC-E, EAVA, ECA, PMP, Staff Instructor, InfoComm; Paul Zielie, CTS-D, CTS-I, Manager of Enterprise Solutions, Harman Professional; L. William (Bill) Nattress III, CTS The increasing number of networked devices in the world and new stories on cyber-attacks is cause for concern for your customers not to mention your reputation as a business owner. Have you wondered how easy is it to penetrate a customer’s network? How big a risk is it, really? And how can you make your clients feel at ease that their network is secure? 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 150-minute session is divided into five 30-minute segments and is moderated by Mitch Klein, CEO of Z-Wave Alliance. The first section, will examine how easy it is to penetrate a network and the vulnerabilities that hackers looks for. This will demonstrate to you the business opportunities available. The second, with Chuck Espinoza presenting, will look at risk assessment of any given network situation and how to educate the client on it. In the third part, Paul Zielie will examine the best ways to mitigate risk by reducing exposure and following best practices so that issues don’t arise in the first place. The fourth session will look at how to respond and recovery to the worst incidents you can envision. Finally, a general panel will take a larger view of the issue and give their own experiences from both residential and commercial projects. Moderator: Mitch Klein, CEO of Z-Wave Alliance.

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)

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D204

InfoComm MasterClass: Deploying AV Over Ethernet: The New Matrix Switch

Speaker: Justin Kennington, Director of Strategic and Technical Marketing, AptoVision In this session, recent AV-over-IP installations will be discussed, and attendees will have the opportunity to get hands on the gear, and get all their most pressing questions answered. Now is a better time than ever for AV and IT convergence to happen, as technology is in place for AV and enterprise data traffic to be shared on the same network. The advantages of packet switching to the AV market are incredible as Ethernet is inherently bidirectional with each switch port serving as input or output – or both. High bandwidth trunk ports on switches mean that multiple switches can be cascaded efficiently, to allow systems to easily scale to greater and greater sizes, without having to replace huge chunks of switching infrastructure. The AV industry rides the coattails of the monster-sized Ethernet industry, which means a faster pace of technology advancement and ever-falling prices. As every enterprise customer has already managed an Ethernet infrastructure, they can expand what they already have and apply it to their AV needs to lower costs. Integrators, consultants and designers who embrace the new paradigm to support high bandwidth video distribution have a market advantage.

10:00-12:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D403

Building a Modern Meeting Room using Q-SYS Platform

Speaker: Martin Barbour, Product Manager, Installed Systems, QSC, LLC; Nathan Makaryk, Training Manager, QSC, LLC

10:00-13:00 Price: Included in the InfoComm All Access Pass

Room D203

InfoComm MasterClass: Dante Certification Course Level 2 Speaker: Kieran Walsh, Regional Manager of Global Support Services for EMEA, Audinate

The Dante Certification programme provides an easy way for system designers, engineers and others in the industry to learn about Dante with in-depth training and promote their expertise. It demonstrates your Dante proficiency to potential employers and clients. The certification programme currently has two levels, but the goal is to add additional levels, as well as specialisations by industry role in the future. Level 2 Certification tests proficiency of intermediate Dante audio networking concepts, including Dante redundancy, clocking, latency, multicast and AES67.

10:00-10:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

What’s In That Wire? DisplayPort Version

Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications Learn what each of the 20 pins in a DisplayPort connector is and does. DisplayPort is fundamentally different from HDMI, DVI and SDI yet we’d like to be able to connect and convert at will. DisplayPort is the global standard for connecting laptops, workstations and servers to display devices. How does an SST signal differ from an MST signal? How can you be sure your DP to HDMI or SDI conversion is valid? Are you ready to make the all the right connections?

Skilled trainers and technology experts take the class through a hands-on, practical setup of a typical meeting room using a networked AV platform. Topics include troubleshooting typical networking challenges, integrating AES-67 enabled microphones, integrating VoIP, configuring networked PTZ-IP cameras, establishing AV bridges for soft codec integration and building effective user control interfaces. Each pair of students will be equipped with their own Q-SYS Core Processor, Q-SYS PTZ-IP camera and Q-SYS Control device.

10:30-10:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

What’s In That Wire? USB Version

Speaker: Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, LEED GA, ISF-C, FOI, Technology Evangelist, Legrand Data Communications Learn what each of the up to nine pins in a USB 1.1, 2.0 or 3.0 connector is and does – and what can go wrong. If you’re working with touch-sensitive displays, interactive whiteboards, PTZ USB cameras or integrating mobile devices with fixed AV assets, then USB is a part of your business. Learn how USB delivers – and communicates the demand for – power and signal.

11:00-11:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Converged Networks and What This Means to Pro-AV

Speaker: Graeme Harrison, Executive VP of Marketing, Biamp Systems The pro-AV industry is currently evolving how we relate to and deliver on IT’s needs and expectations around the network. This is why it’s important to define the term ‘converged network’ and understand what this really means and how it impacts the pro-AV industry.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 63 11:30-11:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Real World Certification

Speaker: Justin Paveley CTS-D, CTS-I, SMSTS, Projects Director, Focus 21 Visual Communications Ltd There are now over 10,000 CTS holders around the world! Hear from one of your peers about their journey and experience with certification, its value, and how it has contributed towards their success. Justin leads from the front when it comes to an ongoing AV education as an InfoComm CTS, CTS-D and CTS-I holder, one of just a handful of triple certified professionals. He has driven Focus 21’s investment in education – it excels as the largest holder of InfoComm certifications in the UK.

12:00-12:20 Price: Free

Speaker: Lode De Raedt, Head of Unit IT Networks, Interpretation Streaming and Video Services, European Commission De sessie is gericht op architecten, Av ontwerpers , Av managers en Av technici. Deze sessie zal betrekking hebben op de verschillende ISOnormen (2603/4043/20109 en 20108) in verband met de interpretatie. ISO-normen die niet alleen betrekking hebben op de infrastructuur, maar ook de kwaliteit en de overdracht van beeld en geluid eisen voor simultaanvertaling.

Future Trends: They May Not Be What You Thought They Were Speakers: Brad Grimes, Director of Communications, InfoComm; Tom Morrod, IHS Markit ; Florian Rotberg, Managing Director, invidis consulting; Chuck Espinoza, InfoComm International

Yes, some are exactly what you’d expect: 4K and 8K video, wireless AV, smart buildings, and the Internet of Things. But are we missing anything? For example, is our future reality really virtual? Industry experts and analysts will give their perspective on the future trends we can see coming – and help understand the ones we can’t.

14:00-14:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

AV/IT Convergence - Why You Should Not Fear This But Embrace It! Speaker: Rich Zwiebel, Vice President, Systems Strategy, QSC

Many AV professionals look at the integration of AV and IT with deep concern. But in reality, if you are an AV professional you should embrace this as a very positive event in your career. This flash session will explain how to turn this industry-wide development into a great opportunity.

Stand 13-N100

14:30-14:50 Price: Free

Introducing Drone Video Systems

Speaker: Eric Jameson, Capt (ret), Product and Category Manager for Drone Video Systems, Stampede Presented in partnership with Stampede Presentation Products and Unmanned Vehicle University. This tutorial introduces the concept of pulling together a complete solution for commercial drone operations. Establishing this as a category within commercial AV gives integrators an easy way to provide a full solution for a complex problem to their existing customers. Capt Jameson was a career Intelligence Officer with the United States Air Force and has over 25 years of tactical and operational level experience integrating complex intelligence operations and unmanned aerial vehicle capabilities..

13:00-13:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Stand 13-N100

Nieuwe normen voor het werken met tolken

12:30-12:50 Price: Free

13:30-13:50 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

4K Bits and Bytes

Speaker: Gary Kayye, Founder, rAVe Publications Yes, 4K means higher resolution images, but it also means you need to start spec’ing all-new AV switching and routing gear. Come learn which specs are real and which specs are hype. But, more importantly, come and see how you can make a ton of money selling 4K systems – not just 4K products.

Stand 13-N100

Twenty-Minute NAVS: Network Packet Analysing

Speaker: Stuart Willcocks, CTS-D, CTS-I, Audio-Visual Design Engineer, Google As more and more data from our AV systems traverse the network, the need for proper understanding of what, where, when and why this data flows through the network has increased. Packet analysers have therefore shown their advantage for AV integrators to get insight into the backbone of the AV system. Join this session to get an intro into the Wireshark packet analyser.

15:00-15:20 Price: Free

Stand 13-N100

Der Teufel steckt im Detail

Speaker: Daniel Goldmann, Ing. B.A., CTS, Visual Advanced Expert & Installer, Renox Audiovision Als professioneller Systemintegrator legt man viel Wert darauf, dass die Medientechnik einwandfrei geplant ist. Die Geräte sind wunderbar aufeinander abgestimmt, alle groben Schnittstellen abgeklärt, die Lieferanten sind eingebunden, alles ist vorbereitet, nun kann nichts mehr schiefgehen... Und plötzlich funktioniert doch nichts so wie es soll. Daniel Goldmann, CTS erzählt aus der Praxis: welche Probleme auftreten können und wie man sich vorbereiten kann. (kein Anspruch auf abschließende Vollständigkeit)

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SHOW FLOOR THEATRES

This year’s line-up of informative and inspiring Show Floor Theatre sessions is bigger than ever

10:30-11:00

13:30-14:00

Keeping your eyes on your retail media with the creative LED poster

AV solutions for large venue signal management with many devices

11:00-11:30

14:00-14:30 PICK OF THE DAY

Simon Chen, CEO, QSTECH Co.

STAND: 8-D360

Chris Shipley, product manager AV technologies, LINDY UK

Overcoming intermittent data connectivity problems Reinventing the meeting room Arjan Haverkamp, Crestron for in-train video entertainment. A case study

Ann Brigida, CTS, CStd, director of standards, InfoComm International

Organisations today need technology solutions that enable employees to collaborate regardless of location and complexity. Crestron’s Arjan Haverkamp will be walking attendees through the evolving meeting space and the benefits to having streamlined and simplified technology; from alleviating stress in the workplace to providing a cohesive, centralised network.

12:00-12:30

14:30-15:00

John C. Wang, CEO, IAdea Corporation

11:30-12:00

Meet your future standards

Software defined video over Ethernet: understanding the buzz Charles Dobson, VP sales, AptoVision

12:30-13:00

AV distribution and control solutions for corporate, hospitality and education verticals James Meredith, WyreStorm NetworkHD & Enado product manager, WyreStorm

Digital signage and retail analytics – turn insights into action Florian Rotberg, Managing Director, invidis consulting

11:00-11:30

13:00-13:30

Understanding and troubleshooting UHD, HDR and HFR

The influence of power on the whole AV system

Nick Bovill, European technical training manager, CYP (UK)

11:30-12:00 STAND: 5-S120

Pairing projection screens to projectors and environments TBC, Stewart Filmscreen

12:00-12:30

Why do my LED lamps flicker, and how to stop it

Keith Martin, CEO, IsoTek

13:30-14:00 PICK OF THE DAY

Building a Smarter Home with Alexa

Sebastien Stormacq, senior solutions architect, Amazon Alexa Natural user interfaces, such as those based on speech, enable customers to interact with their home in a more intuitive way. With the VUI (Voice User Interface) smart home, now customers don’t need to use their hands or eyes to do things around the home – they only have to ask and it’s at their command. This session will address the vision for the VUI smart home and how innovations with Amazon Alexa make it possible.

Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe and Africa, Lutron EA

10:30-11:00

Next generation collaboration

Steve Pryor, director, EMEA channel sales, Oblong Industries

11:00-11:30

Bring everyone with you, how to achieve personal video across the enterprise STAND: 11-A140

person business interactions take on a variety of forms: content sharing, conference calls, video conferencing, messaging/team collaboration emails, group chats etc. and this involves multiple technologies and multiple interfaces. This session explores the journey we’ve been on, where we are and where we’re going as we continue to evolve towards unification.

12:00-12:30

Room terminal 2.0: judgement day

Jon Tracey, VP OpenCloud, Starleaf

Stanislav Soldatov, CTO, TrueConf

11:30-12:00 PICK OF THE DAY

13:00-13:30

When your Unified Communications solution hasn’t unified your communications: the evolution of UC and what’s next

Karel Buijsse, senior product manager, Barco

Ted Colton, Crestron Unified Communications has promised a lot especially in meeting rooms, and in many cases its delivered on many of those promises. But communications and collaboration are not really unified yet, they’re still on a journey. Multi-

Great minds think (alike) together 13:30-14:00

The ROI of wireless collaboration

Lieven Bertier, ClickShare, global marketing manager, Barco

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STAND: 7-Z160

11:00-11:30

11:00-11:30 PICK OF THE DAY

AES67: what is it?

Residential solutions: how to make it happen?

Jose Maria Morcillo, Domonetio 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 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.

Richard Zwiebel, chairman, Media Networking Alliance, QSC

12:00-12:30

12:00-12:30

The BYOD revolution

11:30-12:00

The impact of sound on business

Stuart Stephens, sales & project engineer, Shure UK

Audio distribution in the age of the mobile phone

TBC,Crestron

Reto Brader, VP sales & business development, Barix

13:00-13:30

13:00-13:30

Approaching GVS, the first and only council member of KNX China

Technology in interactive products

Tukang Li, Shenzhen Donview Electronic Technology Co.

Jack Zhan, Guangzhou Video-Star Electronics Co.

13:30-14:00

13:30-14:00

The influence of power on the whole AV system

KNX for the average home

Keith Martin, CEO, Isotek Smart Power

Mark Warburton, technical director, Ivory Egg. (Presented by KNX)

14:00-14:30 PICK OF THE DAY

14:00-14:30

The role of wireless mesh networks in constructing a smart home system Andriy Borovskiy, Larnitech

Conferencing systems from Bose

Darryl Bryans, product line manager, Bose Professional 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.

EXHIBITOR SESSIONS d&b audiotechnik

Room E103

Arcam 08:30-18:30 Arcam

10:00-10:30 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.

British 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 S. Europe

(Speakers: Janko Ramuscak / Wolfgang Schulz) Experience the sound of d&b, including the Y and xC-Series, as well as the latest additions to xS.

12:00-12:45 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, David Claringbold, former director of Sydney Opera House, 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.

14:00-14:30 The d&b Soundscape: the & factor

(Speakers: Ralf Zuleeg / Marcus Bäumler) In this session d&b will reveal the thinking behind the next evolution in loudspeaker system design. Here the concept of source and space can be examined - and experienced - in the first public demonstration of a d&b Soundscape.

The VIP Lounge. A fusion of luxury design and technology lifestyle solutions created by industry pioneers - Genesis Technologies, Steinway Lyngdorf, Barco and Poltrona Frau. The VIP Lounge offers an immersive sense of design, created to discover the transparency of technology intelligence through a luxury design environment. Discover the design + technology possibilities.

Epiphan Video

Room E104

(Speaker: Robin Dibble) Join us for our loudspeaker demonstrations to hear CDD, CDD-LIVE!, O-Line and the brand new BlacklineX whilst learning about the technology behind the products.

Room D508

11:00-11:30 Are you so focused on video that you’re neglecting the audio?

(Speaker: David Kirk) This seminar will help to understand the nature of audio signals and to speak with sound engineers using their language. Demystifying elements of audio such as mic/line levels, balanced vs unbalanced connections, dBu/dBV/dbFS units, crest factor and required headroom, analogue vs digital clipping, frequency response, and input attenuation/gain/trim will enable you to properly handle audio in your recording and streaming gear and produce videos that sound as good as they look.

Audio-Technica 11:00-12:00, 13:00-14:00 Martin Audio loudspeaker demo

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Martin Audio

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Room G001

10:00-12:00 ATUC-50 Digital Discussion System

(Speaker: Matthew Archer) This session will provide an introduction to the Audio-Technica ATUC-50 Digital Discussion System. Subjects covered will include a practical guide to the easy set-up of the system, programming for different conferencing set-ups and system integration with third party applications and equipment. Join us for an in depth look into our latest conferencing solution.

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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?

Table-integrated conference systems ARTHUR HOLM

Our customers are expecting AV over IP solutions – of course in the commercial space, but in residential as well. Our Gefen product team is developing solutions specifically for this market opportunity, and the features we’re building into new products will open new avenues for video over IP in multiple vertical markets as well. Our new video-over-IP sender and receiver (EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-TX and EXT-UHDV-KA-LANS-RX) are 4K/1080p-capable devices that add new videowall capability and audio breakout functionally, expanding the possibilities of AV distribution.

Bill Hensley Director of marketing, Core Brands Stand: 1-N53

For us, AV over IP is extremely important, as almost all of our media and content is delivered over IP. I can only see users continuing to demand products and solutions that work over IP networks, and in order to ensure future-proofing they are prepared to invest in good IP network management and support. It’s a technology platform that is scalable, resilient and easily accessible, so I can’t see interest in AV over IP waning in the near future.

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

Its importance is growing. Our higher education customers are interested, but of course there are obstacles. Where separate AV, and IT departments exist, sometimes challenges can be presented: situations can arise where there are no rules in place for an appliance such as WolfVision’s Cynap which wants to sit on the network. This is temporary and we are seeing progress – preparation is already under way for future generations of students who are going to expect a level of flexibility in digital connectivity that is pretty difficult to imagine today.

DynamicX2 UnderCover is a range of retractable monitors from Arthur Holm, designed to cover conference systems and connectors and engineered to be integrated into meeting and conference room furniture. When activated, an aluminium Full HD, touch screen monitor, appears together with a microphone, pushto-talk and mute buttons, speaker, power socket and connectors such as RJ-45, USB, HDMI and USB. The patented cover of the solution slides downwards (into the table) and has been designed to be veneered, providing a uniform finish with the furniture. The safety system stops the movement if any resistance is detected.

The monitor’s movements are remotely controllable so the product is not visible when not in use. Built from a solid aluminium block, it has a vertical, motorised movement with an automatic 20° tilt to ensure optimum ergonomics, visibility and viewing angle. The range is available with a matt screen, a black-edged anti-reflective glass, or with a golden flash finish. Available from 15in to 22in, the DynamicX2 UnderCover can be customised with single or double retractable microphones, speakers, voting systems, USB connectors and camera. The black edged glass can be optionally turned into a multi-touch screen and the anodised aluminium housing can be customised in different colours.

Stand: 11-F135, 2-A42

Bryan Sinclair International sales manager, WolfVision Stand: 1-M20

Step up in videowall innovation LEYARD AND PLANAR The Leyard DirectLight Series of fine pitch LED videowall displays has been unveiled. The new series expands upon the success of the Planar DirectLight LED videowall family by enabling ultraslim, front service installations in more indoor environments. The Leyard DirectLight Series includes a choice of four fine pixel pitch models from 0.9 to 1.8mm. They feature an adjustable wall mount and full front service access, as well as a remote power supply with optional redundancy, full hot swap capability and the ability to reduce the number of required power circuits. Each display features a 16:9 aspect ratio and precise pixel pitch values to achieve exact Full HD, 4K and 8K resolutions. In addition, the larger 27in diagonal display size covers 68% more area than the previous

version, requiring fewer displays per comes with the DirectLight Remote videowall and featuring an easy-toPower Supply (RPS), an improved handle design. Leyard LED Control rack-mounted power supply that Software provides image adjustment moves heat, noise, weight and and control capabilities. service points away from the The displays also allow for videowall and into a convenient, LED videowalls that are less than well-ventilated rack room. 101.6mm in total depth, achieving Stand: 12-H85 compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Leyard DirectLight Series displays can be installed to create concave curved videowalls, wrapped 90° corner videowalls and support videowalls tilted forward up to 254mm. Positive locking features enable safe installations by ensuring videowall displays never shift. The Leyard The DirectLight LED videowall offers ultra-fine pixel pitch, superior front DirectLight Series service mounting, innovative power supply and other proprietary features

Streaming media and 4K playback input module TVONE Designer and manufacturer of video and multimedia processing equipment, tvONE, has launched a new streaming media and 4K playback module for CORIOmaster, a versatile video processor, here at ISE 2017. A 4K HDBaseT input module, a new single channel video encoder, dual redundant power supplies for ONErack and the CORIOmaster micro videowall processor have also been unveiled.

The new tvONE CORIOmaster streaming media and 4K playback module allows digital video from the cloud or the internet to be seamlessly blended with local media and AV connections and presented together on a videowall in any desired configuration. Compatible with the CORIOmaster, CORIOmaster mini and the new CORIOmaster micro, the module offers dual channel 1080p60 streaming media as well as file playback, via USB3.0, of any resolution up to UHD/4K on

the main channel and 1080p/60 on the secondary channel. Features include on-board 16GB storage for video/still playback expandable to 128GB. Using CORIOgrapher design and control software, IP feeds and locally stored media can be ordered into a playlist and played out in a queue. A new 4K HDBaseT (dual) input module allows uncompressed, high-resolution 4K video to be input into the CORIOmaster, CORIOmaster mini and CORIOmaster micro from stand-alone transmitters located up to 150m away.

Stand: 5-S60, 2-A42

DynamicX2 UnderCover can be integrated into conference tables

Carbon displays ready to tour ROE VISUAL Creative LED display solutions for stage and rental are being showcased by Shenzhen-based ROE Visual. The new ROE flagship screen series, the Carbon 5 and Carbon 8, hold pride of place on the Hall 12 stand. Carbon is the first series incorporating ROE carbon fibre technology. The company says its ultra-lightweight and slim design offers the best balance between weight, stability and maintenance. ROE also claims the screens will thus save on cost of transport and rigging, and so are an ideal product for touring. The award-winning Black OnyX 2 and Black Pearl 3, as well as ROE Strip, Vanish, Black Marble and T4 are also on show. Black Onyx is ROE Visual’s high-performance indoor HD LED display. Its professional industrial design has won many design awards including IDEA Gold Award, IF Gold Award, Reddot Award, G-Mark Design

Award, and Design For Asia Award.

Stand: 12-H40, 12-F45

ROE says the ultra-lightweight and slim design of the Carbon series offers the best balance between weight, stability and maintenance

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Visual display and software integration BENQ

BenQ’s ultra thin bezel videowall solution and long bar-type display Attending the show for its signage. eighth consecutive year, BenQ is Established wireless plug-anddemonstrating its digital signage play presentation solution InstaShow display and projection solutions is also part of BenQ’s drive to create for professional, commercial and more efficient corporate meetings education applications. alongside its interactive flat panels Offering a one-stop solution for (IFPs), projectors, EZWrite 4.0 and the retail sector, the company is NFCPen annotation tools. Google displaying its new UHD 4K laser Jamboard is additionally on display projector and recently launched for invited guests only. LU9715 BlueCore Laser Projector “Life is becoming a lot more that enables 360° and vertical technology driven, not just in meeting projection specifically designed rooms, but in the way we shop and to catch people’s attention. Also go about our everyday lives. People on show is the new smart X-Sign want to immerse themselves with content management software, interactive technology that brings Skyrec Smart Data Analysis system, them closer to colleagues and brands,” commented Pete Wang, president at BenQ Europe. “BenQ strives to create technology that makes collaborative activity easier. The company believes that offering a solution rather than just hardware to customers is where we can truly bring BenQ technology to life. We now see ourselves as a solutions provider offering The LU9715 BlueCore Laser Projector offers 360˚ and both hardware and software.” vertical projection enabled by laser light for creative image blending and superior colour in large venues

Managing the in-store mood on the fly CUBE BY EXPONENTIAL SOLUTIONS SiteMC, a control panel for mobile devices that allows store managers to adjust their Cube in-store experience from any smartphone, tablet or desktop, is on show at ISE. Businesses in the retail and hospitality sectors can use it to adjust their in-store audio, video and digital brand experiences on the fly, enabling them to fluidly deliver tailored audio and digital brand experiences that extend beyond traditional approaches like dayparting. Businesses can switch out music programmes or interact with in-store campaigns while also controlling a variety of CUBE features and settings. This capability allows authorised personnel in a venue to quickly finetune their in-store music and brand campaigns to best match the type of visitors at any given time. CUBE SiteMC requires no mobile app to be installed and works with

CUBE SiteMC requires no mobile app to be installed and works with any mobile browser any mobile browser. When first connecting the CUBE, a user scans its QR code or bookmarks its serial number. This automatically connects the unit to SiteMC, which enables local control within the local network. With a couple of clicks, a user can change music playlists, block certain artists and songs, mix up the audio

content or interact with digital brand campaigns. Depending on service level, users can listen in ‘live’ to their locations from a smartphone while on the road. The release of SiteMC follows the announcement of CUBE’s music blending tools and the release of the Tourmaline OS.

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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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EDITOR Paddy Baker +44 (0) 20 7354 6034 pbaker@nbmedia.com EXECUTIVE EDITOR Pete Brewis HALL REPORTERS Michael Burns, Tim Frost, Monica Heck, Heather McLean, Ian McMurray SHOW REPORTER George Cole PHOTOGRAPHERS Sander Ruijg +31 61472 4493 Dorian Broekhuyse +31 68178 8289 ON-SITE SUB-EDITOR James Groves NEWSLETTER SUB-EDITOR Duncan Proctor GUEST COLUMNISTS Lindsey Adler, David Davies, Joao Martins, Steve Montgomery PRE-SHOW PROOFREADER Joanne Ruddock CONTENT DIRECTOR James McKeown HEAD OF DESIGN Jat Garcha +44 (0) 20 7354 6039 jgarcha@nbmedia.com HEAD OF PRODUCTION Alistair Taylor +44 (0) 20 7354 6043 ataylor@nbmedia.com GROUP SALES MANAGER Gurpreet Purewal +44 (0) 20 7354 6029 gpurewal@nbmedia.com ACCOUNT MANAGER Ollie Smith +44 (0) 20 7354 6026 osmith@nbmedia.com SALES DIRECTOR Frank Reed +44 (0) 20 3889 4919 freed@nbmedia.com PRINTED BY Partnion, Marc van Riet +31 61362 4321

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TesiraFORTÉ platform expanded BIAMP SYSTEMS The TesiraFORTÉ DAN range of audio processors has been announced here at ISE 2017 by Biamp Systems. The result of collaboration between Biamp and Shure, these new audio processors directly interface with the Shure MXA beamforming line of microphones. Along with the new dedicated Shure MXA input blocks

in the latest Tesira 3.0 software, the processors, claim the company, deliver seamless interoperability between the most advanced DSP and microphone technologies. “We saw that a lot of Shure mics were being implemented alongside TesiraFORTÉ, so we are now taking it further. Customer feedback is very important to us, and requests for a TesiraFORTÉ-level device that works

Dante card adds low-latency links to Eclipse-HX matrix CLEAR-COM Several new products have hit the Clear-Com stand at ISE 2017, including a new belt pack for the HelixNet Partyline system, which can be run on power over Ethernet IP lines back to the main station. “This is really helpful for productions and theatres where you don’t want to drop mic cables everywhere,” said director of product management Simon Browne. “You just find the nearest access point and it gets back to the main station – its very easy to deploy.” The belt pack itself is styled the same as Clear-Com’s FreeSpeak II belt pack, “It’s very robust, simple to use and very ergonomic,” explained Browne. The company has also simplified the approach to delivering intercom and audio signal routing

over IP by introducing built-in 4-wire audio with GPIO connections can link over an IP network or the internet. For Browne, a key launch for ISE 2017 is the new Dante card for the Eclipse-HX matrix. “This gives us up to 64 ports of low latency audio and high quality links to audio consoles. Or we can use it ourselves to connect matrixes together in a network if we want to expand.” The cards feature channel quantity, health and sample rate indicators, primary and secondary RJ-45 or fibre connections and supports third party AES67 interfaces. As an added function, Clearcom users can take the labels in the system and send them automatically on the metadata to the key panels.

Stand: 7-K180

X4 atom goes 30W GLP GERMAN LIGHT PRODUCTS The upgraded 30W version of GLP’s X4 atom fixture has been introduced. Adding a new high power light source into the unit has doubled its brightness, and introduced greater optical efficiencies within the unit. At the same time, an additional six-way PSU has been added to the product line up. The company has also undergone a complete market swap-out of current units, allowing all existing owners and users to benefit from this technology upgrade immediately

and at no cost. The brighter 30W RGBW LED source is from the same family used across all GLP’s X4 range. This aims to ensure full colour matching across fixtures and enables the X4 atom to perform despite its compact size. However, the X4 atom houses a nine-to-one ratio zoom that goes from a wide 34° wash down to a tight 3.5° beam for pinpoint accuracy and mid-air effects while maintaining a clean output and even distribution of colour and intensity. The housing is IP65-rated, allowing it to be used on events and shows all year round, indoors or out. For times when a single X4 atom isn’t enough, a fast interlock system is available that allows fixtures to be coupled together. The X4 atom runs from an external power supply, with a six-way and a 12-way option available, that feeds fixtures via an industry standard fourpin XLR cable, tapping into existing infrastructure.

Stand: 8-F362 Adding a new high power light source into the X4 atom has doubled its brightness

seamlessly with the Shure MXA series of mics was increasing,” said Zach Snook, audio products manager for Biamp Systems. “With the new TesiraFORTÉ DAN and the inclusion of Shure microphone support in the latest version of Tesira software, integrators can now design a system that offers the best-of-class DSP and microphone technologies to fit a

The new audio processors directly interface with the Shure MXA beamforming line of microphones variety of customer needs,” he added. The TesiraFORTÉ DAN will be offered in four fixed I/O models – the same models as the original TesiraFORTÉ family (AI, CI, TI, and VI) – with the addition of 32x32 channels of audio via the Dante Brooklyn II module. All models of TesiraFORTÉ

DAN are standard with 12 mic/ line inputs, eight line outputs, Ethernet control, RS-232, USB audio with up to eight channels of configurable audio, four general purpose I/Os, and an OLED display.

Stand: 3-A75

Auto Tracking PTZ camera launched BOLIN TECHNOLOGY The new auto tracking Pan, Tilt, Zoom (PTZ) camera from Bolin Technology is being showcased. With bionic analytics that uses two separate sensors to gather 3D spatial information to run facial recognition, the camera can then auto track a lecturer or speaker with accuracy and discretion. Bolin Auto Tracking PTZ can dynamically zoom in and out as the speaker moves within

the camera’s field of view for steady viewable depth, allowing audiences to comfortably identify and engage the speaker displayed on the screen. The camera is ideal for small to large classrooms, universities, house of worship, corporate training environments, concert and lecture halls. Its compact design and body, made of magnesium alloy, provides stability, smoothness and quietness of movements.

Stand: 13-B80

The camera can auto track a lecturer or speaker with accuracy and discretion

Smaller, lighter and better looking Renkus-Heinz RENKUS-HEINZ For the first time, Renkus-Heinz is showcasing its new T and C Series speakers. These follow on from the TRX and CRX ranges, and like those, the new systems are designed for installed sound applications, including houses of worship and performing arts centres. The two speaker ranges are based on the same core designs with the C series as standard designs and the T series, which will be built in the USA, offering custom finishes, colours and form options. There are a total of nine speaker systems in the off-the-shelf C series, including two sub units, and ten in the T series, all offering a range of sizes, powers and directivities. Apart from the substantial refreshed look and finish of the new systems, they both feature Renkus-Heinz’s Complex

Michal Poplawski, European technical sales manager, with the C and T Series speakers Conic Waveguides to provide constant beam-width and directivity. Michal Poplawski, European technical sales manager for RenkusHeinez, noted, “For the C and T Series, the weight and the size of the boxes have been reduced and they are much more elegant.” The current releases are all passive speakers, but they will be followed by the active CA and TA

New C12 LED tile SCHNICK-SCHNACK-SYSTEMS

The new C12 tile is making its ISE debut on the Schnick-SchnackSystems stand. Whether as a display or for backlighting, the LED tiles of products series C are small multimedia elements that communicate and bring motion to walls, floors, counters, light boxes and other decorative elements. In a matrix arrangement of the LED tiles, largeThe 128 LEDs of the new C12 tile are mounted in a scale video effects can be 12.5mm pitch and individually colour-calibrated

versions. “The self-powered units will be available later this year,” said Poplawski, “ and the amplifiers will be powerful enough to drive an additional passive version of the same speaker. They will have a range of inputs from analogue audio all the way up to Dante, so we are thinking more about the system and not just the product.”

Stand: 7-X185 achieved. The dimensions of the series C LED tiles make them adaptable to almost any lighting situation. The 128 LEDs of the new C12 tile are mounted in a pitch of 12.5mm and are individually colour-calibrated. Belonging to Generation 3, the C12 tile is able to read the DynamicPixel-Bus (DPB) Protocol in addition to DMX. DBP makes more LED-Tiles available per output of system power supply, up to 3,072 channels. A variable transmission rate enables an optimal, customised balance of channel count, frame and error rate. When video signals are used, a system wide synchronisation prevents any image distortion and the system speed can therefore reach a 60fps update rate.

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VISIT STAMPEDE’S DRONE ARENA AND WIN A DRONE

A celebration of integration

Returning to this year’s show, the Drone Arena is offering visitors the opportunity to win a drone if they drop their business card at the Arena. A draw will be made today at 13:00, and winners must be present at the draw to receive the prize. The Drone Arena, produced

by pro AV company Stampede Global, showcases different types of drones and unmanned flying vehicles for a variety of business applications. Covering the professional, commercial and consumer sectors, the Drone Arena features

educational sessions and live demonstrations on every day of the show and explore the full range of opportunities available through usage of this innovative technology. The Drone Arena and Stampede are based in Hall 14.

Wendesday afternoon saw the return of the Crestron Integration Awards for its tenth year at ISE. The awards celebrate the technology, engineering skills and excellence of Crestron integrators, consultants and programmers in projects featuring Crestron solutions throughout the EMEA region. With an impressive 123 entries submitted, from 18 countries, the task of creating a shortlist for the scrutiny of the Judging Panel was a very tough process. Robin van Meeuwen, CEO and President of Crestron EMEA comments: “This year’s entries demonstrate an inspiring versatility and creativity that highlights the sheer breadth and depth of Crestron expertise in so many different countries. It was a challenge to whittle the entries down to a manageable shortlist – but we did and the Judging Panel felt each shortlisted entry demonstrated new and creative ways of using Crestron.” The Winners – announced during a ceremony on Crestron’s stand - were: Ultimate Crestron Award: pro AV for Swiss Financial Services Firm, London Best Corporate Application: JNV Digital Architects for Vanderlande Industries Best Education Project: Cancom GmbH for Umbau Hörsäle Universität Stuttgart Best GUI: Viju Norge AS for the Viju Connect Touch Best Innovative Solution: A+V Sp. zoo. for Fire Trucks for Slovakia Best Integrated Home: Knektd for Eaton Square Living Highly Commended: Smartcomm for Sublimely Sumptuous Best Lighting application: Morelight for Restaurant at Sea te Dronten Highly Commended: Nucleus AV for 77 Mayfair Best User Experience: Custom Sight & Sound for This House Changed My Life Unique Application: McKeon Group, GoQuest Dublin

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AROUND ISE 2017 THIS WEEK...

Hans Romaen and Peter Ryckaert, founders and directors of start up, Crowdbeamer, introduce their brand new solution to the market

AptoVision marketing manager, Janet Matey and CEO/co-founder, Kamran Ahmed with the codec shootout, demostrating their codec’s quality and latency advantages

Hans Stucken, global marketing manager, AV Stumpfl and Alexander K Prill, international sales director, LANG AG, who deployed the giant LED videowall at the Europa entrance to ISE 2017

Gustav Emrich, JVC product manager European professional business, with the 4K DLA-VS4500 projector

Visitors gather for a talk at the CEDIA Residential Solutions Theatre

Charlie Porritt (CEO) and Colin Clark (VP of product development) at the launch of Russound’s AW4-LS-BR speaker and AW10-LSUB-BR below-ground subwoofer

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WIN networking event A hearty round of speed networking kicked off the Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) event last night as a prelude to the launch of the WIN Career Empowerment Alliances for 2017. These monthly groups of eight to 10 women meet virtually to delve into topics relating to career advancement, work-life balance and conflict resolution. “The point of this event here at ISE 2017 is to touch base with our European members to see what they’re interested in working on year-round as a group of women,” explained Betsy Jaffe, senior vice president of membership at InfoComm International. “Right now we have 200 women worldwide involved in the WIN Career Empowerment Alliances

programme. We have a few groups in Europe, but we want to expand the number that we have.” Since its foundation in 2015, the network has helped members solve a number of challenges. “We hear from women that they are the only woman in a meeting or in the room, so they feel a camaraderie here they don’t necessarily have at the office,” added Jaffe. The good news is that the provision of support and mentorship to women in the industry is coming from both genders. “We hear from women that a lot of men are providing support to them in their careers, so it’s important that we recognise the mentorship from both men and women as part of this group,” added Jaffe.

Pamela Taggart, senior director of European development at InfoComm International; Betsy Jaffe, senior vice president of membership at InfoComm International

Education tech provider opens up AV market SMART TECHNOLOGIES Showcasing a new line of educational displays and software to make connected learning experiences a reality is Smart Technologies. Two of the new panel series, the 7000 and 6000, feature proprietary collaboration technology called iQ that provides integration of personal devices, software and content, all within the interactive displays. Opening up a new market for Smart, the Smart Board 2000 series is an everyday 75in display designed to encourage better collaboration in the classroom. It is the first non-touch display integrated with wireless screen sharing from Smart. It enables built-in screen sharing for students and teachers to present lesson content from their laptops, tablets or any other mobile device. Supporting iOS, Android and Microsoft devices, the new Smart Board 2000 displays in 4K Ultra HD resolution. Commenting on the 2000 Series, Jeff Lowe, vice president for corporate marketing at Smart,

Jeff Lowe, Smart Technologies, and the the company’s most advanced interactive display, the Smart Board 7000 series stated: “This non-touch interactive display allows interactivity through personal devices, using screencasting. It allows us to enter a new, far bigger market, four times the size of the interactive touch display market from a hardware perspective.” Meanwhile the Smart Board 7000 series is the company’s most advanced interactive display that offers superior teaching and learning experiences. Its exclusive iQ technology enables the display to act as the central hub of classrooms, unifying students, teachers, classroom displays, software, content and personal devices into

one cohesive education-focused experience. It also features HyPr Touch (Hybrid Precision Touch) to deliver superior writing performance and touch accuracy, as well as the ability to recognise commands from an array of different interactive tools. Also, the Smart Board 6000 series now includes iQ technology as a standard feature to provide simple one-touch access to teaching materials, software and applications. It is a comprehensive ecosystem in one, comprising of an educationrelevant display that includes the complete Smart package of software, content and simplicity.

Stand: 13-C110

Compact VR mini-PC SPO-COMM The new spo-book KUMO IV, containing an NVIDIA GTX1060 graphics card in a robust metal housing, has launched at ISE 2017. Visitors can experience the performance of this mini-PC through a live virtual reality experience on the spo-comm stand involving a flight around a digitised version of Paris and the Eiffel Tower. With an Intel Core i5 Quad-Core CPU (Skylake), KUMO IV offers up

to 32gb DDR IV memory and not only supports demanding digital signage applications, but can be used to support virtual reality applications. Using two HDMI and two DisplayPort connectors, the spo-book KUMO IV can display 4K at 60Hz content simultaneously on four screens. “Its main differentiator is its small size, making it ideal for virtual reality applications in the retail space for example,” explained Bern Moosmüller, CMO of spo-comm.

“Normally, you need a bigger box, but the small form-factor KUMO IV can be easily installed in a shop for example. The first projects we are involved in, as a hardware partner working with software vendors, centre around tailored product sales, enabling people to visualise a new bathroom or their new car.” Also on show at the spo-comm stand are passive cooled systems, rugged and vehicle solutions as well as compact digital signage players.

Stand: 8-N335

Sound embedded into touch glass SELOY LIVE New interactive glass manufacturer Seloy Live is showcasing innovative new touch window technology with embedded sound on its stand. The company is demonstrating a 90in interactive touch window called Sense, which is available as double- or tripleHenri Kiuru is bringing new touch window glazed glass, with the technology with embedded sound to shop windows technology to create the touch capacity as well as sound embedded within the layers. in. But with our product, and using While traditional touch window Feonic’s sound technology, people technology is confined to the use of can interact with the window from the a single sheet of glass with touch street. We drive sales and that’s the foil behind the glass, Seloy Live has value we give. People can buy, using patented the design that sandwiches our product, 24/7.” the touch technology between the Kiuru continued: “All buildings sheets of glass. use glass but until now there’s been Seloy Live, a spin off created nothing extra you can do with it apart in March 2016 by Finnish parent from using it as part of the structure. company and glass specialist Seloy, is For externally facing glass, you need using sound technology from Feonic. double or triple glazing, and ours is This embedded sound enables the only product that does that. This the combination of a transparent is a proper window. Because we’re insulating glass unit and interactive from a glass background, we can touch surface to be used as part of a custom-make windows to any retail environment’s façade – possible size you need, even using your old because of the double or triple glazing window frames.” – and for sound to be easily heard on In addition, Seloy Live is the street. showcasing a 43in Shine customised Henri Kiuru, chairman of Seloy mirror solution for augmenting Live, commented: “Shops in the street existing professional displays. have a problem; people don’t come Stand: 14-M270

Making meeting rooms simple ASHTON BENTLEY Meeting room technology has failed to fulfil its promises of easy connectivity and intuitive design, due the fact that people still struggle to make systems work quickly, according to Ashton Bentley. Here at ISE 2017, the company is launching its new range of out-of-the-box integrated audiovisual room systems with Wave OS, designed to make meeting room communications simple. Tony Leedham, business development director, Ashton Bentley, told the ISE Daily: “This has to be simple. The technology in your meeting room mustn’t take control of your meeting. You must be in control, not the technology, but the problem is, that’s happening.” Ashton Bentley is bringing the way people communicate today via smartphones, tablets and apps such as FaceTime, Skype and WhatsApp, into the meeting room. The company is attempting to make

meeting room tech simple with its ab Smart Displays with built-in Wave OS, alongside SeeMe, which allows for simple connectivity between a device and the main screen. In addition, companies can continue to use their legacy hardware codecs inside Ashton Bentley’s solution, to make the most of their investments. Leedham continued: “Communication technology is changing from the hardware domain to the software domain. Apps are what everyone is working with. Yet the new world isn’t cutting out the old world; we aren’t saying you have to throw all the old tech away, but when you renew, you can change easily.” Ashton Bentley’s Wave OS provides a soft codec-agnostic app platform, allowing users to use their preferred communication platform from an ever-growing list of apps, including Skype for Business, Google Hangouts, Cisco’s Spark, Pipex, and WebEx.

Stand: 14-M200

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