Integrated Systems Europe is set to welcome 135 new exhibitors to this year’s convention, making it the largest show in the event’s history.

Confirming ISE 2017 as the destination of choice for the AV marketplace, the event will feature more than 3,000 square metres of additional floor exhibition space compared to last year via the addition of a new hall.

Commenting on the event’s growth, Integrated Systems Events Managing Director, Mike Blackman, said: “Making sure that we can feature all of the world’s leading AV vendors and service providers has always been a priority for us in delivering value for ISE attendees.

He added: “With the expansion of the show I am delighted that we are able take the attendee and exhibitor experience to the next level for our 2017 event.”

Among the new exhibitors due to attend this year’s expanded convention is projector giant Christie, who will bring two exhibits to the event in order to showcase the latest models from their updated portfolio.

According to Christie spokesmen, the display will feature six of the company’s multi-award winning Boxer 4K30 pro-venue projectors that work in conjunction with the brand’s media technology to create interactive spaces.

Another projector manufacturer set to launch new technology at ISE 2017 is Panasonic, who have announced that they will display their brand new PT-DZ21K projector.

Featuring an impressive 31,000 lumens of brightness, this live events projector will present a show that combines laser projection technology, 3D mapping and performers that interact with the moving images.

JVC is also due to launch a brand new device in the form of the JVC DLA-VS4500, which is one of the company’s native 4K professional projectors designed for the video/graphics market.

Combining high cinematic 4K resolution with BLU-Escent laser illumination technology, the projector is a worthwhile addition to this year’s premier line up of leading projection technology, set to take the industry by storm.