The 20th anniversary edition of the show approaches a milestone, set to be the largest and most engaging show yet
Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024 is on the verge of making history as the event approaches a sellout, with the largest show floor ever, across eight halls of the Fira de Barcelona Gran Via, underscoring its status as the world’s premier AV and systems integration exhibition. ISE 2024’s total show floor will be 30 percent larger than last year. Anticipation is also building for the highest number of visitors ever recorded at ISE, solidifying its reputation as the go-to event for professionals in the field.
The upcoming event, taking place from 30th January to 2nd February 2024, will offer the most comprehensive content programme to date, with nine conferences covering a wide range of topics critical to the AV and systems integration industry. Free Tech Talks, in both English and Spanish, round off the conference programme.
New to the ISE conference programme is the European/Latin American AV Summit (ELAS), which will bridge two continents with innovation. The two-day event will bring together government representatives and AV business leaders from both regions to foster understanding and to strengthen links between individuals, organisations, companies, and countries. ELAS is supported by the Catalan Government and Barcelona City Council.
In addition to great innovation from more than 1,300 exhibitors, including more than 80 companies making their debut at ISE 2024, this very special edition of ISE offers a whole range of exciting and inspiring features including:
700 square metre Drone Arena
ISE Audio Museum, featuring Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of The Moon PA and Pompeii PA by WEM and many other gems of audio history
America’s Cup Team New Zealand land yacht on the show floor
ISE Time Tunnel, marking 20 years of technology developments at ISE
Plug and Play Stage, with a series of impactful keynotes, panel discussions and fireside chats and the opportunity for start-ups to showcase their solutions on stage
ISE Tech Tours that will take visitors behind the scenes at key Barcelona installations
ISE Treasure Hunt to unlock amazing prizes on the show floor
PLUS Barcelona Extravaganza. In addition to the cutting-edge technologies on display, ISE 2024 offers visitors a unique mix of business and leisure against the vibrant backdrop of Barcelona
ISE is also proud to announce growing collaborations with local and regional partners. AFIAL, the Spanish association that brings together manufacturers and importers of audiovisual technology, is integrating its AVL SUMMIT into the ISE programme. The Catalonia Pavilion in Congress Square will feature a broad range of companies from the region, as well as hosting the Open Innovation Challenge technology matchmaking programme, organised by ACCIÓ, the Catalan Government’s agency for business competitiveness. Barcelona City Council will again be a strong presence at ISE 2024; its extensive stand will feature local start-ups and the Catalan AV Cluster.
Other collaboration partners include the Impulsa Talentum Foundation, the Catalan Sports Cluster, Casa Batlló and the Joan Miró Museum. ISE will also be sponsoring the Llum BCN Light Arts Festival, which takes place in Barcelona just after the show.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this ground-breaking event! Registration for ISE 2024 is now open. To register, visit www.iseurope.org and use our special code a1lightingmag for free entry.
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