'It's a place for learning': K-array project manager Daniele Mochi talks ISE
We spoke to K-array project manager Mochi about why ISE is so important for the company to exhibit at
The first major European trade show of the year is upon us, as Integrated Systems Europe opens its doors to crowds in Amsterdam on February 6-9. Traditionally an installation expo, the event is now drawing in more pro audio brands than ever before. PSNEurope asked some of the top audio exhibitors at ISE to explain the show’s relevance to today’s market.
Daniele Mochi, project manager at K-Array, shared his thoughts with us…
“In recent years, the audiovisual market has grown rapidly. Most progress has been seen in the networked products, following the increasing demand of interconnected solutions. Today audio, video and lighting devices can communicate together to create complex architectures that behave like single entities. Being up to date on the latest products and technologies available in the AV market is the best way to make these architectures work fluently and effectively and ISE in Amsterdam is a great opportunity to be immersed in the AV world surrounded by the leading industries of this market for a few days.
The increasing participation of lightning companies in recent years has been much appreciated, thus completing the panorama of the systems integration. Not only a fair, the ISE is also a place for learning, with many interesting speakers, conferences and events about AV technologies and solutions.
K-array has been present in some capacity since 2013 and the number of visitors at our stand has grown every year. In past editions of the ISE, we have introduced some unique products that have had much success in the market, like the flexible speaker Anakonda-KAN200 or the moving head Owl-KW8. Similarly, this year we will be launching something that we think once again will surprise the industry so make sure to stop by our booth X204 in Hall 7 to see what we have in store…”