01/07/2022

Eight UK companies to highlight best of AV by collaborating at ISE 2022

With the AV industry now widely recognised as a technology leader, eight UK companies are collaborating on the GREAT Britain and Northern Ireland Pavilion at Integrated Systems Europe in Barcelona between 10th and 13th May.

The pavilion is organised by Tradefair, and is located in hall 5.The group includes both start-ups and established businesses, all intent on showing their unique and innovative technology on the wider stage.

ISE is the leading event in AV, events and systems integration, with more than 800 exhibitors in 2022 and an attendance measured in tens of thousands.The eight businesses attending as part of the UK group cover a broad range of products. Austin Hughes specialises in the underlying infrastructure of systems, and will be showing its new MiniBoot for remotely rebooting computers.

BirdDog develops world-leading video over IP products, including embedded NDI hardware, to simplify the transition from SDI to IP connectivity.Mark Roberts Motion Control is regarded as a world leader in motion control camera rigs for precisely repeatable moves, an increasingly important requirement in volumetric production.

For almost 20 years RJS Electronics has been providing high quality electro-mechanical components designed for the most demanding applications.

In the AV space, Tripleplay’s audience engagement technology is ideally suited for enterprise video and digital signage, as well as space booking and management.TSL Products has a well-established reputation for innovative control and monitoring systems for IT-based workflows while VITEC develops IPTV, digital signage and video streaming technologies.

Also part of the group is NewTek, focusing on its widely-adopted NDI video over IP standard.“ISE 2022 is exciting and challenging,” said Mark Birchall, Managing Director of Tradefair.

“The pandemic interrupted ISE’s own development plans, which means that we have had to wait until now for the event’s move to Barcelona.

“Everyone involved is excited by the prospect of bringing the industry back together, and we help UK exhibitors by managing all the issues around the new venue.

“That gives them the time to focus on bringing their best products and services, and building and renewing customers and contacts.”