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Our series of Webinars, Boca Tech Talks, will be explaining several types of new residential technology. Partnered with ASID, AIA, and numerous special guests, BTA will discuss the latest in residential indoor and outdoor technology. Starting from single room indoor spaces and whole home projects to front yard landscape and back yard sanctuaries.

Principles of Video Wall Display Technology

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET - Course # PLANAR7364A

CEU Webinar – Principles of Video Wall Display Technology

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Principles of Video Wall Display Technology provides a primer on video wall technology and offers key considerations for specifying a video wall. It begins with the origins of video walls and reviews various modular video display technologies. It outlines 16 technical specifications and offers four categories of questions to ask before choosing a video wall solution. The course then profiles a set of video wall applications and case studies. It concludes with a summary of industry trends followed by key considerations for assembling a complete solution. Upon course completion, participants should feel prepared to assemble the necessary components to specify a video wall into their project.

Learning Objectives:

1) Describe the function of the components of a video wall system

2) List and describe ten technical specifications of a video wall

3) Recall key design considerations for video walls

4) Describe three new trends or innovative uses of video walls

AIA Course No: PLANAR7364A

LU Credits: 1 LU

Sponsor: Planar

AIA CES Provider No: 40107362

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Host: Jeff Galea, Founder and CEO of Boca Tech and Automation.

Instructor: Megan Riddle, Director of Sales at Planar Systems, Southeast

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Designed to Disappear

Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET - Course # 991000A

CEU Webinar – Designed to Disappear

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This course will introduce the builder, designer, or architect to the benefits of hiding technology into the design and architecture of a project. The course will begin by defining the luxury experience in residential design. It will then dive deeper into audio and lighting as elements that influence the luxury experience. Finally, the course will present solutions for hiding these and other technologies into design and architecture.

Learning Objectives:

1. Define luxury experience in the residential space
2. Draw parallels between lighting and audio design
3. Establish audio as a benefit to the way people experience their homes
4. Explore solutions and ways to hide technology into architecture and interior design.

Continued Education

AIA
Credit: 1.0 LU/HSW
Course Number: 991000A
Designation(s): Health, Safety, and Welfare

IDCEC
Credit: 0.1 CEU
Course Number: CC-112699-1001
Designation(s): General Knowledge

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Host: Jeff Galea, Founder and CEO of Boca Tech and Automation.

Instructor: Wayne Augustin, Premium Products Leader at C&E Marketing

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Residential Electronic Systems

Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET - Course # COI056

CEU Webinar – Proper Planning for Residential Electronic Systems

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Course Description:

As with other rough-in trades (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing), electronic systems should be planned for well in advance of construction and documented at the construction drawing phase of design. This course describes the process used by professionals in the project planning, design, and installation phases of electronic systems. Participants will be able to identify different types of residential systems and the unique impact of each on specific design considerations, such as space, framing, electrical, and ventilation requirements. This course will also help attendees identify and analyze the benefits of working with trained electronic systems professionals.

Learning Objectives:
• Identify the different types of residential systems and unique considerations of each
• Describe the processes used by professionals in the project planning, design, and installation phases of electronic systems
• Determine electronic systems impact on the design and construction relative to:
1. Space allocation
2. Framing requirements
3. Electrical and conduit requirements
4. Ventilation and millwork requirements
5. Home theater design
• Recognize essential timeline for selecting and engaging an electronics system professional for your project
Continued Education:
AIA
Credit: 1.0 LU/HSW
Course Number: COI056
Subject Code: N/A
Designation(s): Health, Safety, and Welfare

IDCEC
Credit: 0.1 CEU
Course Number: 103877-R1
Subject Code: 5.2
Designation(s): Health, Safety & Welfare

Host: Jeff Galea, Founder and CEO of Boca Tech and Automation.
Instructor: Jason SayenCEDIA Outreach Instructor and Director of Business Development at LK & Associates 

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The Science of Light

Wednesday, December 15, 2021, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET - Course # CC-107323R1-1002

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Light is part of our daily lives and it plays a central role in the design of a visual environment. In this course, you’ll explore how lighting impacts health and well-being as well as tools to help ensure your lighting plan best illuminates your design.

Learning Objectives:
• What is CRI
• Lumens vs. foot candles
• What are different color temperatures for
• How do colors and finishes impact lighting

Host: Jeff Galea, Founder and CEO of Boca Tech and Automation

Instructor: Vanessa Sayen – CEDIA Outreach Instructor and Marketing Manager at LK & Associates

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