Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2015, from February 10–12 at the Amsterdam RAI, is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to professional AV and electronic systems integration.
As first-time exhibitors in Hall 9-B102, Oblong Industries is also hosting three talks in the Unified Communications Theatre, Hall 9, at 2pm daily. The sessions are sure to prove popular, so mark your diary and get there early to ensure a seat.
1. Smart Building Conference
February 9 at 2:00 pm
John Underkoffler, founder and CEO at Oblong Industries, known for bringing sci-fi technology, and impressive user interface into reality, will share his insight into the importance of visual collaboration and the role of unified communications in shaping our working future during his talk at the Smart Building Conference on February 9.
The audience will get to hear first-hand how Oblong worked with IBM at the ThinkLab engineering hub in Yorktown Heights, NY and the Watson Experience Center at Astor Place in Manhattan, on new rooms that are gesture-enabled and spatially-aware, creating a paradigm shift in communication, collaboration, and ideation that will set the standard for the future of work. John will be speaking during the Commercial Track 2 at 2:00 pm.
2. Visual Collaboration Across the Organization
February 10 at 2:00 pm
A fireside chat with Oblong Industries CEO John Underkoffler and Dentsu Aegis Network Americas & EMEA, CEO Nigel Morris.
As a multinational media and digital marketing communications firm innovating the way brands are built, Dentsu Aegis needed a multi-device, pixel-rich and highly intuitive digital workspace to connect key creative offices around the globe.
CEO Nigel Morris turned to Oblong Industries and its next-gen conferencing and collaboration technology to move the organization forward. In this fireside chat, John Underkoffler and Nigel Morris will talk about the importance of visual collaboration and the role of UI in shaping the future.
3. Innovating at the Intersection of AV & IT: Why it Matters
February 11 at 2:00 pm
A presentation by Steve Smith, UK director for Oblong Industries. As AV and IT converge with increasing frequency, a platform that more seamlessly links multiple locations, devices, content, screens, and people becomes essential.
In this presentation, Steve Smith will be joined by a special guest from respected Technical Consulting and Information Technology company LSC Group to discuss the decision factors for bringing innovative technology solutions to organisations.
4. Fueling Collaboration and Innovation in the Multi-Screen and Multi-Device World
February 12 at 2:00 pm
The nature of work is changing. It is more digital, distributed, and BYOD than ever before. New work-styles require new thinking about how and where work gets done. How can you better engage your customers and your workforce? How can IT and AV professionals integrate disparate systems and needs?
Join Oblong Industries COO Mary Ann de Lares Norris as she shares how customers are linking locations, teams, and devices in shared workspaces to drive collaboration and innovation.
Oblong Industries’ Booth (9-B102)
Oblong Industries will showcase Mezzanine, the next-generation conferencing and collaboration solution favored by leading global brands like IBM and NTT, at ISE 2015 in Amsterdam. Occupying booth 9-B102 in the Unified Communications Hall, Oblong Industries will showcase their unique platform to the European market for the first time.
Mezzanine revolutionizes the business meeting. It enables multiple participants to share their image, voice, devices, and data simultaneously. Meetings can become so much more productive. Collaboration is easy as data and devices are active participants in the meeting.
Visitors to ISE 2015 will be able to see how sci-fi technology envisioned by Oblong’s Founder John Underkoffler and witnessed in movies such as Minority Report and Iron Man, is now a reality in Mezzanine and experience how the platform seamlessly blends physical and digital environments to create a shared workspace that is capable across world-wide locations in real-time.