The world’s largest audiovisual fair arrives to Barcelona
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The international benchmark event on systems integration and audiovisual technology will take place from May 10th to May 13th at Barcelona’s Gran Via de Fira. The ISE will take five pavilions and 45,000 square meters, and present 6 different technological areas.
More than 800 exhibitors and 120 countries will be represented, conforming a showcase of the most innovative audiovisual solutions. Google, Microsoft, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and Zoom are some of the leading companies that will be showcasing their cutting-edge products.
The fair will also include top level professional development conferences and presentations by more than 150 experts and other related events, as the ISE Immersive Art Experience.
An entire pavilion dedicated to the Internet of Things
The ISE will be held jointly with the IoT Solutions World Congress, which will take place from May 10th to May12 in Hall 4 at the same Gran Via site. The event will bring together the most disruptive technologies for industrial transformation, with more than 300 exhibitors, 70% international.
Attendees will be able to visit both events without restriction, connecting both industries and creating new synergies.
A professional opportunity for the international community
Barcelona’s City Council will also be present at the ISE fair, supporting the local audiovisual ecosystem and organizing various activities. One of them will be a guided tour in English aimed at the international community, on May 12 at 9:45 a.m.
This guided tour will allow attendees to experience immersive experiences, discover some of the world’s leading innovations, and participate in exhibitions and showrooms. It will also include access to the IoT Solutions World Congress for a visit to the Barcelona Activa stands and other leading companies on the Internet of Things.
Places are limited and prior registration is required.