LeisureTech Electronics has appointed Brian Johnson as a new manager of technical services and product development.
Andrew Goldfinch, managing director and inventor of A-BUS CAT5 technology said: “Brian is a highly qualified electrical engineer with extensive experience in product development and manufacturing, he has also received two Duke of Edinburgh Awards for Industrial Design.”
Brian will also be conducting a review of the A-BUS Standard to introduce new protocols for system control via new technologies. This is a key strategic move which will result in new A-BUS technologies and products that are relevant to the current and future generation of multi room products and new developments that incorporate modern content delivery, wireless technologies, Smart Phone and Pad control. This initiative will include the introduction of new digital amplification into A-BUS system products. The agenda will include the upgrading of the Forte’ product range with new concepts and IP integration to expand its global sales.
Andrew said, “Brian takes over from Len Andrews, who is going into full retirement after 27 years with the company. It has been a great partnership. We have achieved many significant goals together.”
Brian Johnson added, “I have always been fascinated how well A-BUS CAT5 technology has worked in the market place. Its simplicity is a much needed commodity in a field that often confuses. A-BUS is ideally situated to integrate with new IP based technologies to make MRA easier to install and easier operate.”