Auckland 2015

14-15 Oct, Wed–Thu 9pm–4am, ASB Showgrounds

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Stephan Goodhue

Stephan Goodhue

After nearly 10 years of working on super yachts overseas as electronics, mechanical and AV/IT Engineer, Stephan was exposed to some unique experiences and some of the most technologically advanced systems of the time.
In 2004, Stephan teamed up with his current business partner Bruce Cox, starting Liquid Automation which specialises in integrated systems for use in commercial, residential and marine automation.
This company has become one of New Zealand’s top automation companies with a solid global presence.
Liquid Automation’s point of difference is their award winning designs and documentation with the ability to deliver powerful yet intuitive control systems working with lighting, AV,IT, security, window treatments and HVAC.

With the combined knowledge of programming, hardware and installation Stephan has the ability to look at the complete system from infrastructure to interface and come up with the most practical solution.

Stephan’s key areas of expertise are:
• Programming
• Audio Video
• Engineering
• IT system design
• Project management
• Business development

Stephan is a past board member and certified instructor of CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association)

See Stephan Goodhue live in Auckland 2015

Wednesday 14 October
Panel Discussion: FM and integration in the design process
1pm-2pm Seminar Series

Of the all the phases of a building’s life cycle, the operational phase carries the highest financial cost to the building owner and/or occupier. Yet there are many examples of decisions made during the design and construction phases that result in costly operational and maintenance challenges.

With the objective of identifying ways in which the management and operation of buildings can better influence these early phases, this session presents the audience with the opportunity to hear what key stakeholders have to say, to direct questions to the panel members and to share their experiences of good and not so good building design.