Since March 2003, I have been a full time programmer of Audio Visual equipment control processors, from AMX and Crestron. I have mainly specialised in Crestron systems, and am currently working on the highest level qualification Crestron issue. I am also an AMX Certified programmer. Below is a list of major projects I have worked on. I've not listed the smaller or simpler programs.

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Sacremento Municipal Utilities Division
Power distribution control room. About the size of a high school gymnasium, this system had 17 video inputs, 5 video outputs (2 projectors, a video wall, a TV and a plasma). It was unusual in that audio went the oposite, with 3 inputs and 12 outputs, so that each workstation could pipe audio from a training tape to thier desks.

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Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
The county boardroom. 14 video inputs and 5 outputs (projector, dais monitors, Cable TV modulators, press gallery). 16 microphones, 8 with touchpanel gain control. four CCTV cameras.  3 video switchers. This system required four racks of equipment, two processors and the capability of two operators independantly controlling the equipment, ie. the video operator needed to have control of the cameras while the county clerk was simultaneously controlling audio sources.

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University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine
Medical school teaching facility. Four groups of four classrooms, each with independant control of  it's video sources and outputs, plus master vieo and audio feeds and master and web based control panels.



61st Airlift Squadron, Littlerock AFB
Main breifing room, operations desk and 2 conference rooms. 8 projectors spread across 4 rooms, wireless control panels, wireless mice, lighting control and considerable automation . This project required lighting, volume, screen and source presets controled with one touch operation.
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