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We are CAPTUS SYSTEMS, & our mission is to Connect All People To Unified Solutions. Whether you need an Audio-Visual Solution for a small huddle space in one location, for large conference rooms up & down the many floors of your corporate headquarters, or for global connectivity between your team members from the four corners of the Earth…from Trenton to Tuscany – Captus Systems does it all! What makes us different in the Audio-Visual Integration Industry is that We Lead With I.T. to EMPOWER PEOPLE!


Sports + AV = A Winning Combination!
Sports + AV = A Winning Combination!

With the recent Basketball & Hockey Championships arriving at their 2019 Season’s conclusions, professional sports - & all the sensory excitement that comes with it – is on the mind of many a fan…& AV integrator. (BTW – congrats to the 2019 Basketball champs, Toronto Raptors & Hockey victors, St. Louis Blues!) In this age of technological wonder, the use of well-placed AV can make or break the sports venue experience. According to AVIXA’s Marketing Opportunity Analysis Report on Sports Venues, a fan survey reveals that “When fans are very satisfied with all of the AV aspects of their venue, they are almost always very satisfied overall.” (And that satisfaction translates into big money for venue executives!) “The data makes it clear that AV integration is a high-stakes investment for sports executives.” To feed the need of stimuli-ravenous fans, sports arenas are thinking outside of the usual box of scoreboards & advertising signage - & expanding their audio & video placement beyond interior spaces, to those outside of their buildings. “This is a market to watch,” says Sean Wargo, Senior Director of Market Intelligence, AVIXA. “Venues & events are expected to produce $27.7 billion in pro-AV revenue worldwide…& grow at a healthy rate in the next five years, according to our Industry Outlook & Trends Report (IOTA).” AVIXA also reports that nearly 100% of venue executives surveyed, plan to upgrade their audio equipment in the next 12 months – something that audio manufacturers like Octasound & Samsung are sure to be very excited about. Video displays & projection are the next most popular planned AV purchases. (octasound.com & samsung.com) Digital signage can remarkably transform the experience at any sports venue. According to Digital Signage Today – sports arenas are in a fierce competition for an audience with…THE COUCH. “The progression of in-home entertainment technology has put a dent in the ticket sales for live sports events,” so the venues themselves have to assure fans that they can WOW them outside of the comfort of their man caves & family rooms. An example of an arena stepping-up to the challenge is the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami – home of the MIAMI HEAT Basketball Team. They transformed an adjacent unused outdoor plaza, with the installation of five custom-built cylindrical LED displays, & a stage with a digital display mounted behind it. All of the technology worked in tandem with the plaza’s music, lights, & sound system, creating an amazing immersive experience for the fans. This new space has transformed previously abandoned real estate into a huge revenue-generator for the AmericanAirlines Arena & the HEAT. LED displays like those offered by Planar, LG, & Barco can also be used to up the ante in the more private spaces of an arena. Specifically, Club Level rooms being upgraded with newer, larger, & more crystal-clear display screens, are making fan engagement much more fun & exciting. Professional sports teams can offer these upper-echelon fans a heightened experience which they could not possibly get while couch-surfing at home. Augmented reality, virtual reality, & unique camera angles create unparalleled riveting adventures for these lucky game-goers, which will surely harken them back to the stadium more frequently than ever before. (planar.com, lg.com, & barco.com) Captus Systems is the winning team for all of commercial Audio-Visual needs. For every type of project from small huddle spaces - to gargantuan sports stadiums - we will meet any design with skill, expertise, & ingenuity. Give us a call at 212-400-1616 – or e-mail us at [email protected] GO TEAM!!! Thank you!



June AV Events
June AV Events

InfoComm is fast approaching! The Mother of all Audio-Visual Conferences, InfoComm, will be descending upon Orlando, Florida – from June 8 through June 14th. Presented by AVIXA - this largest AV show in North America is the must-attend & must-see happening for all things Audio-Visual. This year’s event is sure to play host to THE MOST incredible, newest, aw-inspiring, jaw-dropping AV Tech available from the industry today! This annual phenomenon of sounds & sights is available for both end-users & AV professionals to enjoy. All in all - the perfect experience for learning about the latest & greatest AV tools on the market! InfoComm will be located in the West Concourse of the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), in Orlando, Florida – in Halls A – E. For your convenience, we’ve posted the schedule below: Saturday, June 8 7 am – 8 am: AVIXA 3-Day Courses Registration: B Lobby, Level 1 & D Lobby, Level 2 7 am – 8:30 am: AVIXA 3-Day Student Breakfast: W311 8 am – 5 pm: AVIXA 3-Day Courses: : W303-7, W314-5, & W414 12 pm – 1:30 pm AVIXA 3-Day Student Lunch: W311 Sunday, June 9 7 am – 8:30 am: AVIXA 3-Day Student Breakfast: W311 8 am – 5 pm: AVIXA 3-Day Courses: : W303-7, W314-5, & W414 12 pm – 1:30 pm: AVIXA 3-Day Student Lunch: W311 Monday, June 10 7 am – 8:30 am: AVIXA 3-Day Student Breakfast: W311 8 am – 4 pm: CTS Testing & Lounge: : W312 8 am – 5 pm: AVIXA 3-Day Courses: : W303-7, W314-5, & W414 12 pm – 1:30 pm: AVIXA 3-Day Student Lunch: W311 Tuesday, June 11 8 am – 5 pm: Technology. Innovation. Design. Experience. Valencia A 8 am – 5 pm: CTS Testing & Lounge: : W312 8 am – 5 pm: Seminar & Workshops: : Levels 3 & 4 8:30 am – 4:30 pm: Manufacturers’ Training: : W303 A-C, W304 A-D, & W207A 8:30 am – 4:15 pm: Emerging Trends Day: : Tangerine Ballroom 9 am – 5 pm: AVIXA Pop-Up Store: : Level 3 11 am – 12 pm: 1st Timers Orientation I: : Chapin Theater (W320) 11 am – 5 pm: Audio Demo Rooms: W221, W222, W224, W225, W230, W231, W232, W240 2 pm – 3 pm: 1st Timers Orientation II: : Chapin Theater (W320) 4 pm – 6 pm: Standards Recognition Reception: W311D 7 pm – 9 pm: Opening Reception : : Pointe Orlando Wednesday, June 12 8 am – 9 am: End-User Early Bird Tour: AVIXA Booth, Level 1 Lobby 8 am – 9 am: AVIXA Members’ Early-Bird Exhibit Hall Tour AVIXA Booth, Level 1 Lobby 8 am – 5 pm: CTS Testing & Lounge: : W312 8 am – 5 pm: Seminar & Workshops: : Level 3 8:30 am – 4:30 pm: Manufacturers’ Training: : W303 A-C, W304 A-D, & W207A 8:30 am – 5:30 pm: AVIXA Booth: : B Lobby, Level 1 8 am – 6 pm: AVIXA Store: A/B Lobby, Level 2 8:50 am – 9 am: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony: A/B Lobby, Level 2 9 am – 5 pm: EXHIBIT HALL OPEN: : Halls A-E 9 am – 5 pm: Audio Demo Rooms: W221, W222, W224, W225, W230, W231, W232, W240 9 am – 5 pm: The Park: Booth 8154 10 am - 4 pm: Center Stage: Booth 3161 11:30 am – 1:30 pm: All Council Meeting W315 4 pm – 5 pm: AVIXA Awards Ceremony: Center Stage Booth 3161 4 pm – 7 pm: Tech Mgrs’ Forum & Reception (Invite Only) Forum: W331A/Reception: W340 5 pm – 6:30 pm: Hospitality Industry Reception (Invite Only) Hyatt Regency: Coral Spring I & II 5 pm – 6:30 pm: Retail Industry Reception (Invite Only): Hyatt Regency: Rock Spring I & II Thursday, June 13 7:30 am – 9:30 am AVIXA Women’s Council Networking Breakfast W315 8 am – 5 pm: CTS Testing & Lounge: : W312 8 am – 5 pm: Seminar & Workshops: : Levels 3 & 4 8:30 am – 4:30 pm: Manufacturers’ Training: : W303 A-C, W304 A-D, & W207A 8:30 am – 5:30 pm: AVIXA Booth: : : B Lobby, Level 1 9 am – 5 pm: EXHIBIT HALL OPEN: : Halls A-E 9 am – 5 pm: Audio Demo Rooms: W221, W222, W224, W225, W230, W231, W232, W240 9 am – 5 pm: InfoComm 2020 Space Selection: : W314 9 am – 5 pm: The Park: : : Booth 8154 9 am – 6 pm: AVIXA Store: : : A/B Lobby, Level 2 10 am - 4 pm: Center Stage: : : Booth 3161 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm: Live Events’ Forum & Reception (Invite Only): Forum: W331A/Reception: W340 4 pm – 5 pm: Young AV Professionals’ Reception: AVIXA Booth - Level 1 Lobby Friday, June 14 7 am – 9 am: AVIXA Foundation 5k Walk/Run: : North/South Building 8 am – 12:30 pm: Seminar & Workshops: : Levels 3 & 4 8 am – 4 pm: CTS Testing & Lounge: : W312 8:30 am – 12:00 pm: Manufacturers’ Training: : W303 A-C, W304 A-D, & W207A 9 am – 4 pm: EXHIBIT HALL OPEN: : Halls A-E 8:30 am – 4 pm: AVIXA Booth: B Lobby, Level 1 9 am – 4 pm: AVIXA Store: A/B Lobby, Level 2 9 am – 4 pm: AV Career Day: W311A, W311B 9 am – 4 pm: InfoComm 2020 Space Selection: : W314 9 am – 4 pm: The Park: Booth 8154 9 am – 5 pm: Audio Demo Rooms: W221, W222, W224, W225, W230, W231, W232, W240 10 am - 4 pm: Center Stage: Booth 3161 1 pm – 2 pm: Diversity in AV Reception: : AVIXA Booth - Level 1, B Lobby We hope you’ll be able to attend InfoComm 2019 so you can hear & see for yourself, the amazing products that are available today in the Audio-Visual universe. Check-out the goods, kick the tires, & take your favorites for a spin. Then, give us a call at Captus Systems & we’ll help to outfit your enterprise with the most modern technology the industry has to offer! You can contact us at 212-400-1616 - or shoot us an e-mail at [email protected] Thank you!


A Heartfelt Thank You
A Heartfelt Thank You

With Memorial Day upon us, let us pause to remember those who have sacrificed so much for our country…for it is because of these heroes that we are able to live as we do in America. All of us at Captus Systems would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the men & women of the United States Armed Forces & their families, who have given so much of themselves so that we may all have the liberty & freedom that our forefathers meant us to. Thank you. Speaking of gratitude, let us also note that it goes a long way overall, when practiced on a regular basis in both our personal & work lives. Globoforce – a leader in the study of the impact of gratitude on the workforce - has been conducting research in this field in over 50 countries worldwide. Their studies (among other institutions examining this topic) have proven that the benefits of practicing gratitude in the workplace leads to a multitude of job-related improvements on many levels. Positive gratitude “by-products” include both cost & performance-related components - like productivity, profitability, loyalty, attendance, quality of work - & many others. These types of studies contend that the importance of recognizing & celebrating the contributions of a company & its team members, is paramount to a business becoming the very best version of itself. As is stated by Catherine Stantus of Gelbgroup Consulting, “You literally cannot overplay the hand of gratitude; the grateful mind reaps massive benefits in every domain of life that has been examined so far. Gratitude is the ultimate performance-enhancing substance.” We at Captus Systems are grateful for many things, including…our business partners – both in the field & at the office, our dedicated staff, & last but certainly not least – our clients. We are thankful to have had a good & positive journey so far, & look forward to continuing along this path as we grow ever more. We’d like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude, & thank those who have supported us in so many ways. THANK YOU!! From our Captus Systems family to yours, we wish you & yours a Memorial Day filled with special memories, & the making of new ones with family & dear friends.


What’s New in AV Tech - May 2019 Edition
What’s New in AV Tech - May 2019 Edition

Continuing our monthly “What’s New in Audio-Visual Technology” theme, below you’ll find some of the latest innovations from Mersive & Biamp. Enjoy! Mersive Solstice 4.0 & Gen 3 Hardware Platform: Mersive’s new collaboration platform is a game-changer! (mersive.com) The Solstice 4.0 + Gen 3 Hardware serves as the ubiquitous platform for the modern meeting space, including features which make the sharing of enormous amounts of content a breeze. This new tool is perfect for everything from smaller huddle spaces, to adding it to existing tech infrastructure for larger spaces. Interested in this product? We can help! Mersive Solstice Digital Signage Solution: This holistic platform is software designed to increase productivity & collaboration across any organization. Mersive Solstice extends the ability to play HTML-based signage content on Solstice-enable displays by including centralized management, enterprise-grade security features, cloud monitoring & analytics, & calendar integration. An all-in-one signage solution! Interested in this product? We can help! Biamp’s Cambridge QT Conference Room Edition (CRE): The Cambridge CRE hardware is an all-in-one solution of a different kind. (biamp.com) It provides spot treatment sound-masking that makes private conference room conversations unintelligible to unwanted listeners outside of the meeting space, by adding low-level background sound which is designed specifically to mask human speech. Protect your privacy & make your content available only for those who are meant to hear it. Interested in this product? We can help! Biamp’s Desono C-IC6 Conferencing Speaker: A two-way passive coaxial system, the Desono C-IC6 is designed for both speech & music reproduction. With a depth of less-than 6 inches, the low-profile design is both beautiful & practical. C-IC6 speakers are the ideal choice for any conferencing space that demands the very best in speech reproduction. Interested in this product? We can help! Would you like YOUR AV space to be both modern & unique? Look no further than Captus Systems. Our talented team excels at both design & installation, & we’d love to help make your Audio-Visual dreams a reality! Give us a call at 212-400-1616, or e-mail us at [email protected] Thank you!


I’ll Take “Captus Systems” for $2,000…
I’ll Take “Captus Systems” for $2,000…

Jeopardy’s latest phenom contestant, James Holzhauer, has to be at the very top of his game to in order to surpass his incredible 22-show winning-streak. The Captus Systems Team is also on a winning-streak - & at the top of the AV industry! Captus Systems continues to implement the latest & greatest tech offered, in order to improve the video experience for its clients. Whether it’s Cisco, Zoom, or Skype for Business – our Team is at the forefront of knowledge & expertise. With training from manufacturers like Crestron, Shure, & Biamp - Captus Systems delivers exceptional & seamless AV solutions to the people that use our systems. (cisco.com, zoom.com, skype.com/en/business/, crestron.com, shure.com, biamp.com) To continue with the sharing of Audio-Visual knowledge, we offer our latest installment of “Tech-Pardy,” which is inspired by the Jeopardy TV game show. Get those buzzers ready! QUESTION (ANSWER): MMX4X2-HDMI ANSWER (QUESTION): What is Lightware’s Newest Matrix Switcher? If this is your answer, then you are CORRECT: “Lightware’s Newest Matrix Switcher” is a smaller-sized matrix switcher which has four HDMI inputs & two independent HDMI outputs. The device is compact, & fully 4K/UHD/3D capable & HDCP compliant. Additionally, the MMX4X2-HDMI has a built-in Event Manager, which is configurable via Lightware’s Controller software. Other features of note also include: - Cisco VC Room Integration Compatablity - Advanced Control Feature Pack for 3rd -Party Video Conference Collaboration - Command Injection on RS-232 & IR Ports You can get further details about this product by clicking on the following link: https://lightware.com/advanced-control-cisco-rooms Let’s try another… QUESTION (ANSWER): SageVue ANSWER (QUESTION): What is Biamp’s AV Monitoring & Management Platform for Enterprise? If you answered “Biamp’s AV Monitoring & Management Platform for Enterprise,” then you are CORRECT! SageVue provides a comprehensive overview of all Tesira & Devio devices connected to a network. Features include the ability for SageVue to utilize one or more of the network interfaces of the host machine, & a fully featured RESTful API for integration to Network Management Systems. (Please note – the end-user must have Tesira, TesiraFORTE, or TesiraLUX training in order to have download access to SageVue.) For more information on Biamp’s SageVue, please click the following link: https://www.biamp.com/new-products At Captus Systems, not only do we know & truly understand all of today’s most modern AV technology, systems, & processes - but we also put them into play for all of our projects. We always make sure to familiarize our clients with the latest in AV tech, so they can make the most informed decisions regarding their AV/Collaboration solutions. Our Captus Systems Team has the expertise & skills essential to making our customers’ AV dreams come true! Give us a call at 212-400-1616, or drop us a line at [email protected] Thanks for playing!


AV Trade Show List for May 2019 – and Beyond
AV Trade Show List for May 2019 – and Beyond

Captus Systems is dedicated to disseminating the most current AV news & information available, to our readers. To that end - please enjoy our updated list of the 2019 Audio-Visual Conferences & Trade Shows that are coming-up over the next 4 months. See for yourself - the newest, most advanced, ear & eye-popping AV technology of the year! Get-out your planners & mark your calendars! ProSource Spring Meeting: Mineola, NY (May 14 – 16 ): avindustrycalendar.com/event/cqd-may-2019/ OneSight Summit: Boston, MA (May 28 – 30): 1nsightsummit.com Infocomm: Orlando, FL (June 8 – 14): infocommshow.org SUNY Technology Conference: Lake Placid, NY (June 17 – 20): stc.suny.edu Cisco Live: San Diego, CA (June 9 – 13): ciscolive.cisco.com/us/ Pro Audio-Visual Expo: Jakarta, Indonesia (July 18 – 20): tsnn.com/events/pro-audio-visual-expo-2019 ProSource Operations Mtg: Indianapolis, IN (July 30 – Aug 2): prosourceinfo.com Integrate Australia, Melbourne (August 27 – 19): integrate-expo.com Moving forward, we will continue to post information about upcoming AV Trade Shows & Conferences at least once-a-month. We hope you’ll be able to get to a show so you can see for yourself, the brilliant products that are offered today in the Audio-Visual universe. Check-out the goods, kick the tires, & take your favorites for a spin! Then, give us a call at Captus Systems & we’ll help to outfit your enterprise with the most modern technology the industry has to offer! You can contact us at 212-400-1616 - or shoot us an e-mail at [email protected] Thank you!


From Star Trek to Today’s Tech
From Star Trek to Today’s Tech

Star Trek is one of THE MOST iconic franchises of the Sci-Fi genre to ever consistently excite the zeitgeist over the span of several decades. From the kitschy TV show of the 1960s, to “The Next Generation” series, to feature films, to the current “Star Trek Discovery” TV show – Star Trek has remained in the forefront of American pop culture for almost 60 years. It has often been said that the Star Trek phenom was uncanny in its ability to predict the technology of the future. So, how many of those wonderful Trekkie-Techie devices born from the uber-creative mind of original Star Trek series creator Gene Rodenberry, are around in 2019? Let’s explore… Ambient Microphones: Did you ever see Captain Kirk lean-in to a microphone to give an order? Not a chance! He just spoke them out-loud, & whoever needed to hear him got the message. This is very much the same type of technology as ceiling array microphones used by today’s AV industry, that fulfill current video conferencing requirements. Audio products from Shure & Biamp are truly modern tools that would even impress Captain Kirk. (shure.com & biamp.com) The Bridge Viewscreen: The large, wide screen located on the bridge, was used to view images of the “outside world” & fellow space-travelers. It obviously took a talented AV integration team like Captus Systems to design & build the Audio-Visual set-ups used on any of Starfleet’s bridges! Much like the video display monitors of today, the Viewscreen had an aspect ratio of 16:9 – which was nothing like the 4:3 ratio of 1960’s TV sets. Captain Kirk & his crew would have been dazzled by the clarity & brilliance of any of today’s large-format displays & enormous video walls. Companies like LG & Planar would have been a great choice for making the NCC 1701’s Viewscreen as vibrant & realistic as possible! (lg.com & planar.com) Tablet Computer: Often seen used in Star Trek’s “Next Generation” series, Captain Jean-Luc Picard loved his handy-dandy tablet. (Just as we adore our iPads & android tablets!) These convenient, sleek, & light personal computing devices are used in many different types of businesses today, in lieu of old-school notepads & pens. Halodeck: This was the staging environment in the “Next Generation” series, in which participants could engage with whatever environment they could imagine. Present-day versions…Virtual Reality goggles, headsets, & helmets - which allow one to escape to virtually anywhere one’s heart desires. VR is the ultimate “destination” in the world of immersive entertainment & experiences. Communicator: Used as a hand-held voice communication device, this must-have gear could also be used as an emergency signaling beacon. In the real world, Nextel introduced its breakthrough nationwide “Direct Connect” technology in the late 1990s. Just as the Communicators used by Star Trek’s crew back in the day, this small appliance allowed for immediate one-to-one connectivity with the Nextel party on the other end. Nextel’s “communicators” seized to exist after 2010, but more recently, Motorola has introduced its version of a “push-to-talk” gadget, called the Wave TLK 100. (motorola.com) Personal Communicator Pin: Worn directly on one’s uniform – leaving both hands free to do the daily work of a Starfleet Officer – this smaller version of the aforementioned communicator was used by the crew of NCC 1701-D in the “Next Generation” series. The Orion company offers the “Onyx” – the contemporary real-life version of this particularly swell communication utensil, which also clips-on to clothing, & is activated by the simple push of a button. A popular device among first responders, hospital staff, & other workers who need the use of both hands while on the job - this network gear syncs with Blue Tooth LE 4.0+ enabled smart phones, & is a real a game-changer! (orionlabs.io) Universal Translator: Simply put, this device could translate any spoken-word into any language used in the Universe – be it Human or Klingon. Now we can do that anywhere & at any time - on any smartphone, computer, tablet, or smart home device. Vocal Computer Commands: This is exactly what it sounds like – the Star Trek crew was able to just speak commands into computers, & voila…information found! Sound familiar? Here in 2019, we have our trusty A.I. smartphone assistants like Apple’s Siri, & our home-based, live-in “reference librarians” like the Amazon Echo & Alexa, & the Google Home smart devices. No more bulky encyclopedias, phone books, printed maps, dictionaries, or cookbooks needed! Medical Tricorder: A hand-held scanner that was used to quickly gather data on a patient, and instantly deliver a diagnosis. Although we don’t yet have anything quite as portable as a Tricorder, today’s CAT Scans & MRIs come pretty darned close as far as medical scanners go. There are even smart phone apps which aid in the detection of various health-related data. An example of this is the use of smartphones to pass-over Continuous Glucose Monitors worn by people with Type 1 Diabetes, to get accurate blood sugar readings (rather than having to prick a finger for blood samples). Phaser: Available in a variety of sizes, Phasers had a multitude of uses…zappers, heaters, slicers, etc. Although we don’t know the actual tech used in those Phasers, we do have fiber-optic cable, & with it, we can send huge amounts of data using light. We can’t say whether or not this technology will someday be applied to make “Phasers,” but if using light to send exponentially more data doesn’t sound like something out of Star trek - we can’t imagine what does! Of course, not every gizmo from the Star Trek franchise has come to be…YET! Wish-list items like Hypospray, Tractor Beams, Warp Drive, Food Replicators, & of course – Teleporters, are definitely on the drawing boards of many a scientist/inventor. And while some of these thingamabobs are getting closer to reality than others, we’re not quite there. Psssst – here’s a little-known secret: Captus Systems is already on deck with plans to design & build the AV for the very first Starfleet Starship! Doesn’t YOUR “enterprise” deserve the very best in AV Integration? Give us a call or shoot us an e-mail: 212-400-1616 or [email protected], & we’ll transport one of our crew members directly to you, to tell you about the most modern collaboration frontiers that we can travel to together! Thank you!


Our Captus Systems’ Team…Meet Ross Grantner
Our Captus Systems’ Team…Meet Ross Grantner

Captus Systems welcomes Team Member - Ross Grantner. Ross joins us as a talented Field Engineer, & we are truly fortunate to have him on board! Ross comes to Captus Systems with years of experience behind him. Starting-off his career as a contractor - installing phone, internet, & cable service - he made the decision early-on to migrate to a more technical role. To that end, Ross joined a small AV company - & after mainly working in the residential sector in the Hamptons for some time - he felt the itch to move upward & onward again. After several years in the AV field, Ross is happy to have landed here at Captus Systems. “What excites me about Captus Systems - which is different from my past experiences - is the potential for growth and opportunity. I see a lot of potential to make a name for myself here…, “ said Ross, adding – “I’ve had the privilege of maintaining a continued relationship with several of the key individuals responsible for bringing Captus Systems to life. I believe we see eye to eye on both a personal and professional level, & it is my goal to ensure that I do what I can in order to help maintain what these individuals have brought to fruition - as well as enjoy the vision of future growth and success.” When asked how & when he became interested in the Audio-Visual industry, Ross explained that since he was a child, he was always the one around the house responsible for taking care of all-things technical: Trouble-shooting slow-running computers & dealing with all the various tech dilemmas that popped-up. Over time, Ross found himself becoming more & more involved with all levels of technology on a regular basis, & so the cast was set! Ross decided to seek formal training & turn his natural talents into a technical career. When he’s not building & testing racks, & comissioning systems - Ross enjoys playing the piano, taking photos, spending time with his dog, & even has a few good card tricks up his sleeve. (Ross that is – not the dog!) And now that he’s just moved-in to a new home, there are plenty of domestic projects that will keep Ross busy for a long time! Captus Systems is excited to roll-out the red carpet for Ross. We are so pleased to be working with him, as he brings both his great talent & affable disposition to our organization. Once again – WELCOME ROSS!!!


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