Following ISE’s decision to push back this year’s event, Powersoft has confirmed that it will be attending the rescheduled show on May 10-13 at the Fira Barcelona, Spain. The Italian audio company expressed its agreement with event organisers Integrated Systems Events to postpone, amid safety concerns relating to the spread of the Omicron variant, concurring that postponement was the “best course of action”.
“It must have been a hugely difficult decision to make but we are in agreement that the show postponement was in the best interests for everybody’s safety and wellbeing,” said Francesco Fanicchi, Powersoft’s corporate and marketing communication manager. “We now have more time to contribute towards our two booths, showcasing the latest in Powersoft technologies – and the whole team is looking forward to meeting with the industry again at a more favourable time.”
Taking centre stage on Powersoft’s main booth (7M700) will be Dynamic Music Distribution, with experts on hand to guide visitors through the functionalities that DMD has to offer system integrators. To demonstrate the capabilities of Powersoft’s Mezzo amplifiers, ArmoníaPlus and WM Touch, interactive panels representing three different DMD application examples will allow visitors to physically explore the various combinations achievable with these applications from start to finish.
Powersoft’s second booth (7K670) will be dedicated to haptic technology for immersive applications, with the showcase of Mover, a powerful transducer able to bring to life the most tailored audio installs. Mover is designed for entertainment venues, 4D cinemas, clubs, simulations, and other any other venue where haptic feedback can enhance the overall customer experience.
“Our industry peers are also feeling positive about the change of date for the show,” declared Fanicchi. “I believe the attendance will be far stronger than before the postponement … there’s every expectation the attendee numbers will actually be bolstered by the sensible decision to reschedule.”
Check out Installation‘s interview with Powersoft co-founder Antonio Peruch here.