GAITHERSBURG, Md., May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Jim Hatcher, CTO for Human Circuit, will present "Lessons Learned – An Integrator's Perspective" at this 2012 annual conference where the mission is to serve as an interactive exchange for critical technical, legal and practical information. The conference is being held at the newly renovated Fairfax County Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia and Jim will be speaking on Friday, May 18th at 9:00 a.m. The program is open to all courts that have or plan to have technology-augmented courtrooms.
Mr. Hatcher will be addressing several topics which include:
- Exploring Business Goals
- Budgets / Project Estimating
- Project Management: The Master Schedule
- Implementation Strategy and Expectations
- Product Selection and Evaluation
- The Pilot Project
- The Mission: Success
About Human Circuit
Human Circuit has a sustained relationship with Fairfax County Courts that spans many years. Among the many projects completed are the new Courtroom Technology Management System – a state-of-the-art centralized technology system developed in partnership with the three Fairfax County Courts; Circuit Court, General District Court, Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and the Fairfax County Department of Information Technology.
Initial system design work and equipment selection was developed in partnership with the Fairfax County Courtroom Technology Office (CrTO) and the design firm Miller, Beam & Paganelli (MBP), an independent audiovisual system design consulting firm. Based on past experiences, MBP and the CrTO recommended Human Circuit for design review and final system integration.
"MBP has a long relationship and history of working with Human Circuit," states Principal John Paganelli. "We value their extensive broadcast background, which was heavily utilized for this project. Ultimately, the project was a team effort, and Human Circuit was a great partner."
Please visit www.humancircuit.com for more information.
SOURCE Human Circuit