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ISE gets a boost from Spanish partners 

Attendees can expect a noticeably Spanish flavour to ISE 2022, thanks to co-operation with key partners from within Barcelona and Catalonia. And with over 100 exhibitors and approximately 20% of attendees coming from Spain, it’s clear that the event is helping to catalyse the growth of the audiovisual industry there. 

Barcelona City Council and the Catalonia Audiovisual Cluster are exhibiting on stand 4A350. A 50sqm immersive audiovisual installation on the stand promises to connect you with the most relevant professionals within the city’s AV ecosystem. You can also find out about the services, resources and programmes on offer to local and international companies.

The Cluster encompasses over 140 companies and institutions that are part of the AV value chain within the region. On the stand it will hold an international AV clusters’ forum, and will showcase the best student technology projects from the most recent edition of Audiovisual Talent Week.

The Cluster is also presenting a panel session on Immersive Shows, in conjunction with Barcelona City Council, in the Projection Dome in Hall 5 at 15:00 on Tuesday 10 May. Four international companies working in this area will discuss how immersive technologies such as  VR, AR, virtual sets and 3D mapping create unique and interactive experiences. It is also contributing sessions to the AV Experience Zone.

ACCIO, the Catalonian Agency for Business Competitiveness, is hosting the Catalonia Pavilion (stand 4A150). This will showcase 30 innovative companies from the region that are making waves internationally with their products and services.

The organisation is also running the Open Innovation Challenge, a matchmaking initiative in which exhibitors invite companies to submit solutions to specific business issues. On-site challenges will take place each day of the show at the Catalonia Pavilion.

Also exhibiting is Secartys (stand 5N170), a non-profit-making organisation that represents more than 1200 companies in sectors including electronics, ICT, professional audio and lighting, leisure and electronic entertainment, solar energy and domotics.