Steve Wheeler, RCDD to Present at International BICSI Conference

JDRM Engineering is honored to have one of our partners, Steve Wheeler, be selected as a presenter at the BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition - February 9-13, 2020. This is an international venue and it is both a personal and professional honor to be chosen as a presenter.

BICSI is a global professional association supporting the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) community. While BICSI is headquartered in Tampa, Florida, their membership spans nearly 100 countries.

BICSI Vision Statement
BICSI is the worldwide preeminent source of information, education and knowledge assessment for the constantly evolving information and communications technology community.

The 2020 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition is the season’s premier information and communications technology (ICT) and infrastructure event brought to you by BICSI—The Global Leader in ICT Education, Certification & Standards.

Steve will be presenting on JDRM Engineering’s newest service in the coveted spot of “Pre-Conference Seminars” which are exclusive learning opportunities providing attendees with Continuing Education Credits (CECs):

First Responder Radio Coverage Code Requirements, Test Procedures and Amplification System Requirements

This seminar will cover the three main code areas of First Responder Radio: What does the code require for new and existing building coverage? What does the code require for testing a building? What are the code requirements for designing and installing enhancement systems? The seminar will focus on the code requirements for each of the three areas, how to meet these codes, the differences throughout the country and how they differ.

Topic: | Wireless and Distributed Antenna Systems |

3 CECs will be awarded to all who complete this training session.

 

Need more information on JDRM Engineering’s First Responder Radio Testing services?

Visit Steve Wheeler’s LinkedIn profile and enjoy  his articles featuring technical insights.

Below: Steve Wheeler presenting at the Code Officials Conference of Michigan at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on the campus of Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan.

 

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