Articles tagged with: Residential Systems
Residential Systems (July 2006)
The primary function of a touchscreen hasn’t changed very much since it first appeared in the early 1970′s. While an increasing number of electronic devices undergo technologic enhancements and are integrated into ever more complex home systems, the touchscreen remains the gatekeeper, controlling and keeping lights, A/V equipment, and security systems in order.
Residential Systems (Sept. 2003)
During the past two years, Jeff Hoover faced perhaps the most challenging tenure as CEDIA president in the Association’s 13-year history. Immediately upon taking office he faced the 9/11 crisis, followed by the worst economy in a decade and then ending with the war in Iraq. Through it all, Hoover led CEDIA into new international endeavors, increased the educational strength of the association and helped form new industry partnerships.
Residential Systems (Sept. 2002)
In September 2001, the world became a different place. Greatly overshadowed that month by the tragic events of 9/11 was the custom installation industry’s signature event, CEDIA EXPO, and the beginning of a new presidential term for the association. Just a few days before the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, CEDIA’s new president, Jeff Hoover stepped into the leadership spotlight, assuming the post held by his accomplished successor, Steve Hayes.