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We visited ISE 2019 in Amsterdam
We travel to Amsterdam to visit Integrated Systems Europe, the world's largest exhibition for AV and systems integration.
Recognized as the world's largest AV and systems integration program
ISE began in 2004, with the first edition of the show held in Switzerland. It received 120 exhibitors and attracted 3,500 visitors. In 2019, it welcomed more than 1,300 exhibitors and more than 81,000 visitors to RAI Amsterdam. It is certainly expected that ISE 2020, which will be the final edition in Amsterdam, will be the largest in the history of the show with more attendees and exhibitors than ever before.
ISE is now recognized as the world's largest AV and systems integration program. It is the European destination for a truly global industry. If you have business to do in any of the many market segments that make up this dynamic industry, you will be part of ISE, either as an exhibitor or assistant. As the show has grown, it has changed and evolved naturally. What began as a temporary showcase for 120 companies is now a multi-faceted four-day event featuring a large exhibition hall, comprehensive education and professional development programs, conferences, world-class speakers and a multitude of affiliated and associated events. ISE has helped formulate the systems integration industry and has increased collaborative approaches in a wide range of complementary technologies.
The highlights of ISE 2019 included: the world premiere of Sviatovid, a 360-degree projection sculpture by Bart Kresa, who also gave the keynote speech; a closing speech by creative director Tupac Martir; ten conferences, including five at the new ISA Okura hotel; and a full professional development program supported by the co-owners of the AVIXA and CEDIA shows association.