Integrated Systems Europe 2017 will be the first edition of the world’s largest AV and systems integration show to take place at the RAI Amsterdam Exhibition Centre following a series of structural changes to the market leading exhibition and conference venue.
For 2017, the RAI Amsterdam will introduce an additional hall and pavilion along with a new hall numbering system and additional car parking facilities.
The changes being implemented by the venue are welcomed by Integrated Systems Events, the organiser of ISE. The show continues to demonstrate growth on all fronts. By the close of the ISE 2016, the net sold exhibitor floor space for the 2017 event had already exceeded 100% of that sold for the 2016 edition. Registered attendance for the first four-day show was 65,686, a rise of almost 11% on the previous year. This trend is expected to continue for ISE 2017.
Integrated Systems Events Managing Director, Mike Blackman commented: “These enhancements are a ‘win-win’ for both ISE and the RAI Amsterdam. We will be able to provide more space for exhibitors and create a richer experience for attendees over the four days of the show. As ISE evolves and grows it’s great news that our venue partner is working with us to take the show forward.”
More than 80 new exhibitors from 14 different countries and four continents will take their place on ISE’s largest ever showfloor, joining over 1,000 returning companies from across the AV and systems integration industry. That equates to over 1,600m2 of new exhibitor floor space.
In addition a total of 940 additional parking spaces have been created to meet the expected increase in attendee demand.