After completing over 22,000 steps and covering nearly 9 miles on Wednesday we decided to take things at a more leisurely pace. First stop was Avonic to look at their excellent range of PTZ cameras. We have a particular project we are working on where we hope to deploy some to their cameras. Next was a trip to Logitech to check out their SmartDock and Tap which make video collaboration easy. Other Logitech innovations to look out for are Rally and Rally plus which is a 4K video conferencing system.

Audio Technica had some new additions to their range which included the ES954 hanging microphone array with four directional microphones controlled via the ATDM-0604 digital smartMixer. This is a perfect solution for capturing audio in a
meeting room or lecture capture environment.

We visited APart and ran through their range of pendant speakers and multi zone mixers such as the PreZone 2. We also took time in their demo room listening to a range of their speakers in comparison to market leading alternatives. It certainly highlighted the fact that APart are able to provide high quality audio at a highly competitive price.

The Epson stand has once again been nominated for best stand. The showpiece was the interactive tube, employing 16 of their 15K laser projectors to produce a truly stunning experience. EPSON continues to develop its 3 LCD range of laser projectors with updates to the G series and the EB-L3000U which produces an impressive 30K lumen. Native 4K made an appearance with the EB-L1200Q providing high reliability, great performance and unbeatable versatility.

Last but not least was Richard Embury of AV Plates, he went through his range of connectivity solutions and bespoke faceplates before we headed back to the airport. Lovely to see an older version of the Universal AV plate being utilised.

Getting to the airport and being able to sit down and most importantly rest those tired limbs gives you time to reflect. ISE never fails to disappoint, manufacturers always challenge what is possible through the realms of AV in a way that makes you want to do just that upon returning back to the UK. Until next time Amsterdam......