Live from ISE 2019

Integrated Systems Europe is the world’s largest AV and Systems Integration exhibition. ISE 2019 is anticipated to have over 1,300 exhibitors and more than 80,000 attendees. If you were not able to get to Amsterdam this year, here is some of what we saw at this year’s show:

Our view from the exhibit hall:

Our first stop of the day: drooling over displays.

Display Cluster


Christie Display


We were especially enamored by the Christie MicroTiles and overall exhibit.

Christie Exhibit


Next Stop:

Intel’s booth. Intel designed an all-in-one digital interface and management suite for meeting room technology for those Intel clients. The Intel Unite® solution allows for content sharing while boasting wireless and secure connectivity. Read more about this solution on their site

Intel Unite®


AVTweeps: Have you seen the AVoIP solution for ZeeVee and NETGEAR?

They are offering a single chassis with HDMI infputs & 10Ghz CAT and Fiber Outputs. A fascinating insight into AVoIP.




It’s not an AV gathering without a video wall.

The Samsung LED direct view video wall is beautiful. It has 1/2mm pixel density!

Samsung Video Wall


Up next?

More displays, because we are in AV heaven. Avocor showcased two displays.

The Avocor E6510 Interactive Touch Screen has features such as 4K resolution, IR interactivity, a viewing angle of 178° / 178°, and 2mm optcally bonded glass for up to 20-points of fast touch. See more specifications and product features on their site.

Avocor E6510

The Avocor W6555 Series offers an all-in-one AV/Unified Communications experience, with 100% zoom integration and technology estate analytics. Not to mention 4k resolution, an integrated conference camera, and the ability to connect to any Windows 10 PC via a single Type C cable. See more specifications and product features on their site

Avocor W6555


Diving into acoustics:

We stopped by the Plantronics exhibit. Plantronics featured their alternative solution to sound masking “white noise” systems. Habitat Soundscaping is taking on open office acoustics problems. They have created as acoustic management system that is combined with sight, sound and science to provide a nature-inspired, intelligent soundscape that adapts to the open office environment.

Habitat Soundscaping


Signing off from ISE 2019, we hope to see you next year!

Ben Lang and Tom Shen