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See more than 200 new exhibitors at ISE 2019

In addition to its continued growth, part of the lasting appeal of ISE to attendees comes from its ability to attract new exhibitors year after year.

In 2019, there are more than 200 companies exhibiting for the first time at ISE. These new exhibitors cover the full range of technologies that ISE attendees expect to see.

In the residential space, audio companies are well represented, with names including Beale Street Audio, an innovative manufacturer of loudspeakers and amplifiers; BOOOM Audio, a recent entrant to the word of audio; McIntosh Laboratory, well-known as a manufacturer of high-end audio equipment; and British hi-fi manufacturer TIBO Audio. Makers of acoustic products making their ISE debut include EZ Acoustics and Vicoustic.

There are also several new exhibitors in the field of residential control and automation, whether suppliers of components and switches, software or complete systems. Some of ISE’s new names here are Core Smart Home, GIRA, I-Luxus, IT-GmbH and T& J Electric.

Displays and signage, always a strong part of ISE, also has a good proportion of new exhibitors this year. Just a few of them are digital menu board company MICRODIGITAL; One Digital Signage, a manufacturer of indoor and outdoor enclosures, kiosks and totems; Sodaclick, a cloud-based digital signage content generator; Teleportivity, which uses live video communication to offer support to integrators; and Videon, which makes 4K and HD streaming products.

Conferencing and collaboration is a growth area in the world of AV integration. If you’re looking for new names and ideas here, ISE 2019 won’t disappoint. First-timers include Cyviz, which produces high-performance visualisation and collaboration solutions; Kalyzee, which designs and develops video recording, streaming and broadcasting solutions; MXL Microphones, a manufacturer of communications hardware for meeting rooms, huddle rooms and web conferencing; Relacart, which makes wireless microphones and digital discussion systems; and T1V, a creator of multitouch, multiuser software for visual collaboration in enterprise and education.

Speaking of education, the Education Technology Zone in Hall 13 will also feature ISE debutants. Intelligent Video Solutions develops video observation and recording systems for clinical skills training, medical simulation and other educational or corporate training environments. Shandong Lanbeisite Educational Equipment Group claims global leadership of a special LCD writing technology. Meanwhile Skytouch Technology is a specialist in the creation of multitouch tables and other intelligent touch applications.

“We like to be able to refresh the ISE experience each year by presenting our attendees with companies and solutions that they haven’t encountered before,” commented Mike Blackman, Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events. “It’s another way that we can ensure that the show brings you ‘All the connections you need’.”