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ISE 2022 reveals programme details

Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2022 will take place at the Fira de Barcelona Gran Vía on 1-4 February 2022. The ISE Conference programme runs from 31 January through to 4 February.


On 31 January, the Smart Building Conference will return with the theme of ‘Smart, Safe, Sustainable Building Technologies’. Metisreal Owner Erik Ubels, Kathy Farrington, Global Lead for Digital Buildings Program and IOT Team Manager at Google, and Matthew Marson, UK Sector Director - Manufacturing + Technology at Arcadis, will be among those sharing their insight into the rapidly changing built environment.


A popular session of the Digital Signage Summit is when conference chair Florian Rotberg of Invidis sits down with ‘The Big Four’ - heads of three top integrators and the top software company in digital signage - to tackle issues facing the industry. Other topics covered for 2022 include green signage, industry consolidation, best practice and the latest tech trends. Speakers include Alberto Cáceres, CEO at Trison; Valentina Candeloro, Director, International Marketing at Mood Media; Andy Bohli, CEO at Imaculix; and Christophe Billaud, CEO at Telelogos.


The agenda for the Control Rooms Summit will focus on designing a new purpose-built critical control room. Key themes to be covered include defining the scope of operations, ergonomics and human factors, and location, sizing and essential components of the facility.


Smart Workplace Summit is making its debut as a standalone event in 2022 and highlights the innovations re-shaping today’s workplace. No other conference brings together the three worlds that collide to make the smart workplace: AV, FM and IT. Companies and organisations need solutions that make their offices safe for workers and visitors, their remote workers more productive, and their employee experiences more attractive. The Smart Workplace Summit will provide practical and implementable advice from workplace integrators.


With digital transformation happening at pace in the higher education sector, the Digital Learning Summit will take a timely look at hybrid learning. Zoom’s Ted Brodheim and Maud Pols from Microsoft and the University of Amsterdam are among the speakers.


There are also two new events for 2022 in the form of the Live Events Summit and the Superyacht Technology Summit. The Live Events Summit will focus on key topics in the world of pro audio. Peter Brandt of Remote Show Productions and Jamie Gosney of Sonosphere will discuss remote mixing; Phil Kamp of Klang technologies and Chris Jones from Southby Productions will talk immersive audio; FOH engineer Simon Thomas will offer his insight on the importance of networking in live shows; while a Touring Sustainably panel will feature Andy Land, Head of Sustainability at Focusrite.


The Superyacht Technology Summit will introduce delegates to the very specific technology requirements of this sector, reveal what’s in demand right now, and what the future looks like. The Summit’s Tech Talks will cover how to succeed in the industry and highlight how blue-chip companies can work successfully with superyacht R&D teams. The Summit will also cover the future of technical management in the superyacht industry, with technology as a whole moving towards AI, automation and smart interactions. Participants include Derek Munro of Divergent Yachting, Kris Hogg from Samsung, and Feargus Bryan expanding on the new steering council for technology.


AV solutions and the latest industry trends will be presented at the AV Experience Zone. Presented in Spanish, this show feature will showcase AV projects and present customer testimonials from professionals in the sector. This second edition of the AV Experience Zone will target end-users from key vertical markets, professional technicians, and sessions for students across its four-day programme, with topics covering: experiences, creativity, Big Data and AI for the retail and hospitality sectors; unified communications for the corporate and hospitality sectors; event experiences and technology (direct, hybrid and online) for the corporate and hospitality sectors; latest AV trends used in learning; AV and its role in the evolution of traditional broadcast to new platforms; and a masterclass in the latest immersive audio trends for students and professionals.


AVIXA will be holding a series of regional events for AV communities from France, Germany and Italy in Room CC3.13C, and the AVIXA Women’s Council will host a Shared Experiences Panel in the Projection Dome in Hall 5.


In addition, AVIXA CTS Testing will take place during the show in cooperation with Pearson VUE. CTS is accredited by ANSI to the ISO 17024 standard. Tests can be taken in English, Spanish and German language and for any last-minute questions ahead of the exam or to find out about CTS Prep courses, CTS walk-in sessions will be held in Room CC3.13C.


AVIXA will be also hosting an invite-only, pre-show afternoon on 31 January, where key industry executives will have the opportunity to discuss the state of change in the AV industry, including: supply chain disruption - logistics, component shortages; growing but shifting opportunity - the rise of content production and streaming, and shifts in conferencing and collaboration; shifting skill set needs - supporting the prevalence of AVoIP and the impacts to the AV employment landscape.


CEDIA’s Education Programme at ISE 2022 will cover topics such as professional certification, emerging tech, design and technical skills, and business success. The CEDIA Tech Council will lead a special session based on the future-looking project The Integrator of 2027 with insights on how the market is changing and how integrators can be best placed to take advantage of the opportunities ahead. An immersive three-hour workshop will help delegates learn and practice an end-to-end design thinking process. Industry business consultant and CEDIA Fellow Leslie Shiner will lead a series of four courses exploring challenges with project management, job costing, ways to increase profitability and how training can grow your business.




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