Integrated Systems Europe is still three months, but the organization behind it is already touting how this will be the biggest ISE yet, with a jump in show-floor space, and the number of exhibitors and halls.
The trade show, in Amsterdam, will see 135 first time exhibitors and more than 3,000 square metres of additional show-floor exhibition space compared to ISE 2016.
“Making sure that we can feature all of the world’s leading AV vendors and service providers has always been a priority for us in delivering value for ISE attendees,” says the show’s Managing Director, Mike Blackman.
The RAI Amsterdam has opened an additional hall and pavilion for the show (the RAI is a bunch of buildings all kind of whacked together and joined by above, level and below ground walkways). There’s also a new hall numbering system and more parking, which will matter for the many companies that are based within a few hours drive. Me = tram or subway.
The next Integrated Systems Europe will take place from February 7-10. Flights and AirBnB digs sorted out months ago. Looking forward to it.