The much-anticipated 2010 edition of Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) takes place next week at the Amsterdam RAI. Aldous Systems, Mode Lighting, Monitor Audio, Primare and SpeakerCraft - all featured elsewhere in this week's IE Residential - are among the many companies planning to exhibit new/recent products with relevance to the residential installation sector.
As in previous years, the 2010 edition of ISE - which runs from 2-4 February - will incorporate a busy programme of seminars and special presentations. In particular, places are said to be "filling up fast" for CEDIA's education programme: only limited availability remains for the day-long Home Cinema Workshop, while demand is also strong for a host of other CEDIA sessions, including 'Selling to the rich', 'Profit - the reason you are in, and stay in this business', 'TCP/IP for integrators' and 'Designing infrastructure for Ethernet'. Training sessions can be booked and paid for in advance via the ISE website (link below).
There are also plenty of manufacturer-led sessions, including a trio of free training courses presided over by Home Automation, Inc (HAI). 'Automation simplified - an introduction to home automation' will take place in room D404 on the ISE show floor in conjunction with Southern European premier distribution partner Sistema Casa, while two further sessions will be held at the Golden Tulip Apollo Amsterdam: 'Introduction to HAI's PC access programming' on 4 February, and 'Introduction to automation studio customisation software' on the following day.
More information on the seminar and event programme is available at the ISE website.