Miami, Florida, United States
Andrew K. Adams www.turnkey.net since 1983
Goal: To Find projects that are challenging and rewarding in the Telecommunications Security Industry.
Looking for concept to implementation " Turnkey Style " projects to work on using Engineering, Service and Integration, with an emphasis on Consultancy.
Turnkey Communications Inc. for years has been pioneering formidable trends in the Satellite -Fiber, Wireless Telecommunications and Security industries.
Andrew K. Adams CEO and Chief Engineer for Turnkey since 1983 has researched and developed many communications projects that involved integration of LAN, RF and Satellite Telecommunication Technologies.
Andrew K. Adams has served on the Board of Directors for the South Florida Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers SCTE and was one of its co- founders under the direction of Ralph Haimowitz for South Florida Chapter. 1990 - 1991
Below are a few accomplishments;
The Turnkey donation of a satellite system for continuing education to South Miami High School. 1n 1988 (the first H.S. to install a satellite system in the State).
Played a vital role in the development the first DBS stabilized Gyro system. ( KVH )
Successfully installed the first European Digital stabilized Gyro system in Europe for Premier Cruises to broadcast the 1998 World Cup. (for KVH )
Engineered and designed the first live horseracing and betting terminal on board a Cruise ship. ( Carnival Cruise Lines ) 1997
The first Company in the State of Florida to transplant an entire cable satellite headend 1 mile and rebuild it without interrupting service. ( Miami Beach ) now Known as Atlantic Broadband .
The first Company in Miami to build a Satellite structure to withstand 250 mile an hour wind load (NOAH) Hurricane Center.
In 1987 went to Telecom convention in Geneva to study and view hi-tech satellite telecommunications and HDTV where he met with CLI, Compression Labs, Inc. to discuss proprietary video compression techniques.
In the late eighties went to France to study and discuss Special Interest programming issues at the Mipcom Festival in Cannes.
To date has coordinated the largest Hispanic PPV event ever done with over 55 cable companies participating.
In 1993 founded the Special Interest Programmers Association ( SIPA ) With Bernie Siegel a not for profit organization whose main focus is to bring awareness of