With less than three weeks before the doors open for the 3rd edition of Integrated Systems Europe 2006 at the Brussels Expo, the pace is hotting up as both exhibitors and visitors make their final plans for the event.
Amsterdam 19th January 2006
The pace is hotting up, ISE 2006 exceeds all expectations
With less than three weeks before the doors open for the 3rd edition of Integrated Systems Europe 2006 at the Brussels Expo, the pace is hotting up as both exhibitors and visitors make their final plans for the event. ISE 2006 is exceeding all sales expectations and pre -registration shows huge surge in interest from visitors.
Exhibitors see ISE 2006 as the "must attend" show
ISE 2006 will showcase a number of innovative, visual and exciting applications and solutions for the business and residential markets, including presentation technology, projection technology, audio and video conferencing solutions, HDTV and Home Cinema technologies.
The exhibition has received tremendous support from the industry, particularly from exhibiting companies who have embraced ISE 2006 as a major channel for promoting their solutions.
'Over the last three years the AV Systems and Electronic Integration Market has seen exponential growth as more and more companies are realising the potential of using ISE to access this lucrative and expanding market,' said ISE 2006 Managing Director, Mike Blackman. 'Due to the massive demand from not only European but also worldwide companies, we have had to create more space at the Brussels Expo. Therefore, visitors will not only benefit from seeing more exhibitors than ever before, but will also be treated to a stunning display of audio and visual demonstrations in the many pavilions that we have set up both inside and outside the Exhibition Halls at the Brussels Expo.'
New training courses announced
The ISE 2006 conference programme will combine an extensively researched programme of technology issues, learning skills, education and thought -provoking discussions with a host of the leading speakers in the AV Systems Integration industry. Supported by case studies, supporting workshops and educational sessions, places are starting to fill up very quickly. Housed in the ISE Theatre is the new Manufacturers forum where exhibitors will present new products and innovations. These open sessions are free to attend.
At ISE 2006 two major training courses will be held covering Systems Approaches to electronic imaging and understanding the latest in Home Theatre technologies. The THX and ISF Certification Seminars are being organised in co -operation with Screen Research, a French company specialising in the domain of acoustically transparent video -projection screens.
Unregistered visitors should act now
With spaces rapidly filling up in all the major hotels, the organisers of ISE 2006 have issued an urgent communication to visitors who have not yet registered for the show to act now and plan their travel and accommodation requirements. There are still special offers available in the leading 4 and 5 star hotels in Brussels and full details are available on the ISE 2006 website.
The online registration for the show and for the conference is still open - visit www.iseurope.org
For media enquiries, contact: Sander Beunk, Marketing Manager, Integrated Systems Europe:
Tel: + 31 20 5040 257 Email: email@example.com
The third edition of Integrated Systems Europe will be held 1 -3 February 2006 at the Brussels Expo. ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry associations: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association ® (CEDIA®), InfoComm International® and the National Systems Contractors Association ® (NSCA®. All are international organizations serving a combined membership of more than 9,000 companies and individuals in over 70 countries.
CEDIA® is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in 1989 and has more than 3,000 member companies worldwide.
InfoComm International® (www.infocomm.org) is the premier trade association for the professional audiovisual and information 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 ISE 2006 trade show, please visit the Integrated Systems Europe website at: www.iseurope.org.