Integrated Systems Europe 2005 Announces its Business Conference and Educational Program

Playing an integral part of this unique pan-European showcase, they feature as a key element of the show's profile.

The second edition of Integrated Systems Europe - 26 -28 January 2005 at The RAI, in Amsterdam - announces its expanded Business Conference and Educational Programs. Playing an integral part of this unique pan -European showcase, they feature as a key element of the show's profile.

Representing advanced technology and applications -led solutions for the home, the workplace and commercial applications, ISEurope 05 is on target to grow in size by at least 50%. Currently, over 3,900 sq metres (net space) have been committed by 100 key organizations. Underlining its success 14 companies are supporting the show for the first time including, Sony, Barco, Philips and Stewart Filmscreen.

Key to the event's on -going success is its focus on education, which is provided by its consortium of co -hosting industry trade associations - CEDIA, Infocomm/ICIA and NSCA and supported by the exhibitors.

The Business Conference features as the main drive behind the show's curriculum. Staged as an exclusive one -day event on January 25th, it will explore trends for the professional audiovisual and residential sectors. Its key theme - "Capitalising on Emerging Opportunities" will be conveyed through sessions delivered by senior managers from multinational companies. These include presentations by key industry figures, including Frank Van Meeuwen - Crestron International, Ian Collis - Sony Electronics, Gary Kayye - Kayye Consulting and RAVE, Fredrich Lehner, Interconnection Consulting Group, Tony Bicknell - Decision Tree Consulting.

Additionally, the co -hosting consortium will stage a variety of complementary educational forums during the show. Comprising 24 sessions over 3 days, these are presented by European and US industry experts covering a vast spectrum of topical issues affecting the industry.

The Infocomm Academy presents topics as diverse as "The Transport of High Resolution Images Over Networks" - Robert Simpson, Electrosonic Ltd; "Digital Signage" - Eric Siereveld, Sony, and "Integrating IP into Today's AV System" - Jan Braams, Extron Electronics.

CEDIA University will hosts sessions, including "Residential Control Systems & User Interfaces" - Koen Pepermans, Vantage -EMEA; "10 Steps to install A Data Network for a Real Family" - Peter Aylett, Networks Control and "Site Technician Survival Guide" - Steve Moore, Steve Moore Consulting.

NSCA University stages "Audio Frequency Induction Loop Systems" - John Woodgate, JM Woodgate & Associates; "Line Source Array Systems" - Alain Pouillion -Guibert, Consultant and "Voice Alarm Systems" - Doug Edworthy, D.G. Edworthy Assocs.

The first Infocomm Academy Design School Level 1 to be staged in mainland Europe will be hosted at Extron's HQ, 24 -26 January. In addition, many dealer and distributor meetings and manufacturer -led training sessions throughout the show.

Costings for the Associations' sessions: EURO 75 for members / EURO 100 for Non -members.

Capitalize on ISEurope's Business Conference discounted advanced booking rate and pre -register online at:

For further information contact: Anna Webb at Litmus Communications:
Tel: + 44 207 242 1460 Email:

Or: ISEurope Show Organiser: Jet Key
Tel: + 31 20 50 40 255 Email:

ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry associations: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association ® (CEDIA®), the International Communications Insustries 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.

CEDIA® ( a global trade association of companies specializing in planning and installing residential electronic systems. ICIA ( 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 ( is the leading trade association representing the commercial electronic systems industry.

For further information about ISE 2005 trade show, please visit the ISEurope website at:

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