Integrated Systems Events will host a live interactive panel session this Friday on the future of collaborative working as part of The Next Web’s all-virtual conference.
The ISE at TNW session, which takes place on Friday (2 October) at 14:30 CET, is titled ‘Embrace change: Prepare for next level collaborative working’ and will explore global data trends, the latest technology as well as a strategic roadmap to help professionals “size out the market and plan for a new era of smart and connected ways of working”.
Chair of ISE’s XR Summit and futurist Amelia Kallman is moderating the discussion that forms part of TNW2020’s Future of Work track – which is just one of a dozen tracks, along with Growth Quarters (an edition of which will take place at ISE 2021); Impact, which brings together the biggest names driving the future of technology; and Neural, which examines the impact of AI, machine learning and big data.
Other speakers include AVIXA’s senior director of market intelligence, Sean Wargo; CEDIA’s senior director of technology and standards, Walt Zerbe; and Elisa Rönkä, head of digital market development at Siemens Smart Infrastructure.
You may recall news from ISE 2020 earlier this year that TNW will be a part of the content programme at ISE 2021, after the organisations signed a content partnership deal. The ISE 2021 programme will be augmented by three new strands produced by TNW, focusing on technology and its impact on society: Growth Quarters, Startup City Summit and The Assembly.
During ISE 2020, managing director Mike Blackman said of the deal, “From the very first event in 2004, ISE has been all about empowering end users and every part of the AV channel with the tools, technologies and knowledge needed to deliver the AV experiences of today – and tomorrow. Although the scale and reach of the show have grown dramatically over the years, we have always emphasised innovation as the focus of our exhibition and conference activities, and we are delighted to be working with TNW and to bring their unique perspectives to the ISE community.”