ISE, Jan. 26 to 28, 2005, The RAI, Amsterdam not only delivers a sell-out showcase, but a host of educational courses. Incorporated as a key element of the show, a mix of seminars and workgroups are hosted by key global exhibiting companies.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - - The second edition of Integrated Systems Europe - Jan. 26 to 28, 2005, The RAI, Amsterdam - not only delivers a sell -out showcase, but a host of affiliated educational forums. Incorporated as a key element of the show, a mix of seminars and workgroups will be hosted by key global exhibiting companies. These manufacturers` forums are complimentary to visitors and exhibitors and designed to illustrate advanced digital systems` solutions across expanding vertical market sectors such as education, leisurebuild and retail.
Double the size of its inaugural edition, ISEurope boasts a sell -out position, with over 200 exhibiting companies from 27 countries. As the largest single pan -European event to offer an umbrella platform for the systems integration industry across commercial, industrial and residential applications, ISEurope`s focus on education is integral to its success.
Cleverdis is sponsoring 12 dedicated forums that are designed to highlight the affectivity of systems integration across a variety of applications. Staged in the VIP room on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28, they are hosted by leading industry experts from global organizations.
The two introductory sessions presented by Cleverdis focus on Digital Solutions for the Restaurant Trade and Digital Solutions for the Education Sectors, and will be presented by Raphael Pinot, Head of Market Publication for Cleverdis. Another 10 sessions will illustrate the vertical market potential for AV integrated solutions. These will be hosted by Luc Berreler, EPSON; John Niebel, Lutron Lighting; 3 Touch LTD; Candace Petersen, InFocus®; Fredd Causevic and Nigel Bateson, Otrum and Yael Mayer -Sommer, YCD and Teus Stahlie, Philips Business Display Solutions.
Projection Design will host a series of topical seminars, including, Passive Stereo Imaging, Dynamic Signage, DLP™ Technology, Simulation and Visualization, Medical Imaging and E Cinema.
At ISE 2005, Sony will be launching new 32` and 42` LCD displays (the FWD -32LX1 and FWD -42LX1), as well as new 17` and 19` multifunctional LCD displays (the MFM -HT75W and MFM -HT95). In terms of its digital signage solution, Sony will be announcing the availability of an upgraded version of its Ziris family of software, and it will deliver visual imagery with the Qualia004 projector. In addition, two new LCD projectors will be launched, the VPL -PX41 installation projector and the VPL -CX80 for business and education users.
Hosting over 50 pan -European product launches, the show promises to offer a dynamic business environment, allowing the perfect opportunity to stage channel -partner meetings.
On the access and control front, Crestron will exhibit an array of new products at the forefront of home automation technology, including its new 10` WiFi touchpanel TPMC -10. Electrosonic is showcasing the latest in processing and media networks display solutions with its new VISIONETWORK range of command and control technologies, already in use in IT, utility and process control applications.
Christie will officially launch the new Roadster and DS+ projector series at ISEurope. Christie also plans to launch its flagship rental staging projector, the Roadie 25K, in Amsterdam.
dnp Denmark will present four rear -projection screens, including the 84` Sigma Screen, optimized for bright, modern conference room environments, and its 140` Giant Wide Angle Screen, designed for TV facilities.
Philips Vidiwall will showcase its LED video screens - designed to meet the needs of a wide range of applications, including retail and stadia.
Providing quality product for sound reinforcement solutions in architectural spaces, Quad Industrial (Qi) will showcase several new loudspeaker ranges, including its Concourse C -series. Martin Audio makes its ISE debut with a first showcase on the European mainland for their new architectural loudspeakers, the AQ series. This new unobtrusive package has been designed to meet the evolving needs of high -performance sound contracting across a gamut of professional applications.
Offering both performance and style in the residential applications, Jamo will present its range of premium custom -install speakers, including the new E6 series. German manufacturer WHD presents Multiroom - one of the first -ever digital multiroom audio distribution systems, with a European -style keypad that virtually blends into any environment.
For more information on all the education programs and what`s new at ISEurope, please visit www.iseurope.org.
About Integrated Systems Europe
The second edition of Integrated Systems Europe will be held Jan. 26 to 28, 2005, at The RAI, in Amsterdam. ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry associations: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association® (CEDIA®), the International Communications Industries Association® (ICIA®) and the National Systems Contractors Association® (NSCA®). All are international organizations serving a combined membership of more than 8,000 companies and individuals in over 70 countries.
About CEDIA, ICIA and NSCA
CEDIA (www.cedia.org) is a global trade association of companies specializing in planning and installing residential electronic systems. ICIA (www.infocomm.org) is the premier trade association for the professional audiovisual communications industry, and founder of InfoComm, the conference and trade exposition for audiovisual communications professionals. NSCA (www.nsca.org) is the leading trade association representing the commercial electronic systems industry.
For further information about the ISE 2005 tradeshow, please visit the ISEurope website at www.iseurope.org.