Integrated Systems Europe 2010

  • Type: Technology areas
  • 2 - 4 Feb, 2010
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 2-22, Amsterdam, 1078 GZ, Netherlands
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Bosch's CCS 900 Ultro given away as lottery at Integrated Systems Europe 2010

Dealers & customers were presented with a USB stick containing information on Bosch surveillance products Bosch added a special touch to the launch of its CCS 900 Ultro discussion system at the Integrated Systems Europe 2010 (ISE) exhibition - a lottery open to all dealers and customers who came to the Bosch pre-exhibition customer day and CCS 900 Ultro seminar. The prize - the world's first CCS 900 Ultro demo set containing 6 discussion units plus a Control Unit wit...

Integrated Systems Europe 2010 breaks highest attendee record

 The event confirmed ISE's position as the No.1 show for professional AV and electronic systems integration Achieving the highest attendee total in the event's seven-year history, Integrated Systems Europe 2010 attracted 28,489 attendees to the Amsterdam RAI between 2 to 4 February, organiser Integrated Systems Events has announced. The total represents a 14.4% increase from last year's total of 24,912, which was itself a record.Those attendees saw products from 640 exhibitors - up from 564...

Bosch to display its new CCS 900 Ultro Discussion System and Vari-directional Array at ISE 2010

 Bosch will present its new CCS 900 Ultro Discussion System and the Vari-directional ArrayBosch is pleased to announce that Bosch Security Systems will be at ISE 2010. It will showcase its latest product innovations for Conference Systems and Public Address Systems at Booth B128, Hall 3. At ISE 2010 Bosch is proud to present its new CCS 900 Ultro Discussion System and the Vari-directional Array, a new active line array from Bosch. The new CCS 900 Ultro System offers...

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