Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is the leading professional AV and systems integration show, featuring a five-day professional development program, conferences, keynotes, and events for commercial and residential applications.
Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is hosting the European / Latin American AV Summit (ELAS) on 30-31 January 2024, aiming to foster collaboration, commerce, and innovation between Europe and Latin America.
Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is hosting the European/Latin American AV Summit (ELAS) to promote cross-continental collaboration and commerce in audiovisual and digital innovation. The summit aims to showcase potential collaborations, set new standards, and create networking opportunities between Europe and Latin America.
High-tech innovation in Europe and Latin America is paving the way for unprecedented collaboration and commerce between the two vibrant regions. The world’s premier destination for innovation, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) will be exploring these opportunities in a new summit on 30-31 January 2024. The groundbreaking European / Latin American AV Summit (ELAS), supported by ACCIO-Catalonia Trade & Investment, promises to unite government representatives, thought leaders, and industry giants to foster understanding, strengthen connections, and ignite innovation across continents.
Integrated Systems Events Managing Director, Mike Blackman, said: “ELAS 2024 represents the epitome of cross-continental collaboration, offering a unique platform for technology pioneers from Europe and Latin America to exchange ideas and foster innovative partnerships. We are proud to host key speakers to address the inaugural summit, including Jaume Collboni, Mayor of Barcelona and Javi López, Co-president of the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly.”
The ELAS 2024 speaker lineup also includes Martin Saul, CEO ICAP Global, Chairman of the AVIXA Board of Directors; Paco Guzman, META AI; Federico Bausone, Executive Director, Crestron Latin America; Christina De Bono, Founder and President, SAVe Sustainability; and Sean Wargo, Vice President, Market Intelligence, AVIXA alongside top government Latin American and European Union representatives.
Summit Chair Mateu Hernández, Director of Internationalization at Casa Batlló, said: “Join us as we embark on this remarkable journey that transcends borders, showcasing the potential for groundbreaking collaborations, and setting a new standard for AV and digital innovation.”
Session topics at ELAS 2024 will include an overview of the AV market and AV industry trends in Latin America and the rest of the world; the EU-LAC (European Union – Latin America and the Caribbean) Foundation and its projects; and the EU-LAC Global Gateway Investment Agenda (GGIA). Attendees will get insights on inter-country initiatives, the use and regulation of Artificial Intelligence as a development opportunity, and how talent development can drive the competitiveness of the AV sector. Also on the agenda will be subjects such as sustainability and industry innovations. The summit will be hold in English language, but a translation service in any preferred language is available via KUDO services.
ELAS 2024 is set to be a vital platform for networking, knowledge sharing, and developing new business opportunities between Europe and Latin America in the AV and digital industries. Government representatives, industry leaders, and AV professionals are invited to be a part of this significant event.
The inaugural European / Latin American AV Summit will take place on 30-31 January 2024 in CC4.1 at Fira Barcelona Gran Via. For more information and registration details for this exclusive event, please visit the ISE 2024 ELAS webpage.
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