New dates for ISE now running from 10-13 May 2022

New dates for ISE now running from 10-13 May 2022

The Integrated Systems Europe show is now scheduled for FIRA Barcelona, Gran Vía for 10-13 May 2022 it’s europes  biggest event for the systems integration and audio visual industries, with over 700 exhibitors showcasing their products and services. If you’re looking to get an idea of what’s new in the SI and AV industries, then this is the show for you! According to the team at ISE. “Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is the world’s leading professional AV and systems integration show. The annual event provides a unique showcase of technologies and solutions for commercial and residential applications. The extensive show floor is complemented by a five-day professional development programme curated by the show’s co-owners, AVIXA and CEDIA. ISE also showcases a range of conferences, keynotes and events that take place before and during the show. ISE 2022 will take place from 10-13 May at the Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via complex. The event is a joint venture of AVIXA, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association and CEDIA, the global trade association for companies that design, manufacture, and integrate technology for the home.”

Why is the ISE Show rescheduled for 10-13 May 2022?

ISE has been postponed for three months to 10-13 May at the Fira de Barcelona Gran Via. The decision was made in consultation with ISE exhibitors and visitors in the light of the increasing impact of the Omicron variant in Spain.

Mike Blackman, Managing Director of Integrated Systems Events, said today: “We’ve been closely monitoring the conditions in Europe and have been working hard on your behalf to balance health and safety concerns with the need for commerce and in-person interaction. It’s been a challenging time for so many over the past two years, and whilst we cannot wait to meet up with everyone at ISE 2022, listening to our exhibitors, owners and stakeholders, we have agreed the best course of action is to postpone the show edition for three months. “By moving the event to the spring, it provides time for our community to rebalance and for confidence in international travel and meetings to resume. We will be working closely with all our exhibitors and stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition to the new dates. We look forward to hosting the global AV community at ISE 2022 in May in our new home in Barcelona.”

What you can expect at the ISE Show?

At ISE, there are plenty of opportunities to network with professionals in the SI and AV industries. There are over 700 exhibitors showcasing their products and services.

No matter your budget or what your business needs, the show will have the latest technology to meet your needs. With an exhibit floor that spans Six Technology Zones, set out over five spacious halls, there is bound to be something on display that interests you. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to Barcelona in May 2022. There will also be a live streaming platform so you can take a look at some of the newest technologies from around Europe anytime from anywhere in the world!

How to get the best out of the show?

The show is split into six tech zones: The Six Technology Zones Taking advantage of the large, modern venue at the Fira de Barcelona Gran Vía, ISE’s new home provides ample space for a new approach to the show floor.

The Six Technology Zones, set out over five spacious halls, group together exhibitors in the major technology areas, making it simpler for delegates to plan their visit and find and compare the wide variety of solutions they need for their integration projects. The six zones are: • NEW: Unified Comms & Education Technology (Hall 2) – newly combined zones • NEW: Residential & Smart Building (Hall 2) – newly combined zones • Multi-Technology Zone (Halls 3 and 5) • Digital Signage & DooH (Hall 6) • Audio (Hall 7) • NEW: Lighting & Staging (Hall 7) – featuring special Lighting Demo Zone (see attachment for more details)

Conclusion

Make sure you have a clear idea about the event and have a plan in place in order to get the best out of it.

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