ISE is the best-attended tradeshow for professional AV and electronic systems integration held anywhere in the world. It provides a unique showcase of technologies and solutions for both commercial and residential applications, supported by a comprehensive conference and education programme provided by its co-owners CEDIA and InfoComm International.

Five years after launching, ISE 2009 welcomed over 560 exhibitors and almost 25,000 visitors. By 2012, the number of exhibitors broke 800 and more than 40,000 people attended the show. ISE 2016 hosted over 1,100 exhibitors and more than 65,000 visitors. The growth continued in 2017 and to 2018, when yet more records were broken.

The 2019 edition of the show is confidently expected to be the biggest in the show’s history with more attendees and exhibitors than ever before. This was enabled this by the expansion of Hall 5 and the nearby Hotel Okura being used as a dedicated conference venue.

HIGHLIGHTS

Live performance piece on the Panasonic stand that combines cutting-edge technologies including holograms, tracking and mapping.

The Epson Vortex offered a unique experience thanks to the laser matrix mapping which created live 3D colour particles which continually fell and moved as they reacted to any movement within the Vortex. Each soundtrack was unique and created by visitor interaction.

This interactive solution from Epson UK is designed to look like a spotlight for easy implementation in retail stores.

Sony presented the largest ever 8K x 4K Crystal LED display system to be showcased in Europe.

Samsung launched the first signage products featuring QLED 8K at ISE2019. Attendees  also experienced ‘The Wall’ which offers a slim infinity design that blends into its surroundings.

NEC showcased display technologies that help retailers immerse their audiences more effectively. The aim is to create engagement and sales uplift with targeted solutions.

The LG OLED Falls Display made its European debut at ISE2019. The display is built from 88 flexible Open Frame OLED displays.

The world premiere of Bart Kresa’s Sviatovid projection sculpture come to life at ISE2019 outside Hall 1 and 2. Powered by four Panasonic laser projectors, Kresa’s newest projection mapping showpiece was illuminated through 360° in True 4K.

The LG Transparent OLED displays are now official. They are part of the LG Transparent OLED Signage family, and they’re destined for retail usage. The LG displays are 38% transparent and can operate as a regular screen, but they also allow viewers to look at products placed behind them.

In 2018 Integrated Systems Events announced that the ISE exhibition will be back at the RAI next year but will relocate to the Fira de Barcelona exhibition complex in 2021.