Youtube Live - July 8th - QHYCCD, Optec & Inside ALPACA - Jeff Dickerman, Michael Barber, Bob Denny, Daniel Van Noord

Join Telescopes.net with QHYCCD on a new product announcement that will revolutionize the planetary camera market as well as a look at the NEW QHY600 series astronomy cameras.
Also, a world first live demonstration of ALPACA in action with Bob Denny, Jeff Dickerman & Daniel Van Noord. This is a presentation not to be miss as we will be conducting a live Q&A session on the workings of ASCOM ALPACA. The highlight of this event is the team will show how ALPACA works and is implemented into a current system. ASCOM ALPACA is fast becoming the standard in cross platform conformity. Are you ready for ALPACA?
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SCHEDULE
12:00pm - 01:00pm (PT) - QHYCCD THE DEFINITIVE PLANETARY IMAGING CAMERA
01:30pm - 03:30pm (PT) - OPTEC & ASCOM ALPACA with live Demonstration (This scheduled event may run over time)
Michael Barber
Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the electrical and electronic manufacturing industry. Skilled in Entrepreneurship, International Business, Public Speaking, Marketing and Management. Strong business development professional with emphasis on international business particularly between the United States and Asia with a Juris Doctor degree from Santa Barbara College of Law as well as a Master's Degree and Postgraduate Study. Michael currently serves as Director of Marketing for QHYCCD in the United States where he is well known and a respected member of the Astronomy community. Michael is best known for his work as co-founder of SBIG, Inc.
Jeff Dickerman
Jeff Dickerman
Jeff Dickerman joined Optec in 1988 and is primarily responsible for sales, service, and new product development.  Jeff has been president of the company since 2008 when he and Tina purchased the corporation from Jerry Persha. His hard work ensures that every aspect of Optec runs smoothly and efficiently. Jeff was instrumental in the acquisition of Alnitak Astrosystems in 2011 and continues to look for opportunities to bring products of exceptional quality to the astronomy.
Daniel Van Noord
Daniel Noord
Daniel Van Noord is an amateur astronomer and software engineer with a dual degree from Calvin College.  A native of Grand Rapids, Daniel has a lifelong love for astronomy and computers.  During his years at Calvin, Daniel developed an automated variable star discovery and identification program for the large database of accumulated images.
He is the lead architect and programmer for all Optec drivers and software products.
Dan's extensive knowledge of observatory controls and telescope systems makes him uniquely qualified to lend assistance to astronomers worldwide seeking to configure and adjust their control computers, write scripts for automation, or handle more complex projects in a friendly and professional manner.
Bob Denny
Bob Denny
Bob Denny (fl. late 20th century) is an American software developer who writes software for robotic telescope and remote telescope systems. He is the inventor of the Astronomy Common Object Model (ASCOM) standard, which has resulted in the easy availability of freeware device drivers for telescopes, telescope focusers, and astronomical observatory domes and enclosures.
Denny is also noted for developing the first web server software for Microsoft Windows 3.1, 95, and NT 4 (Windows HTTPd), as the inventor of the Windows Common Gateway Interface which allows Visual Basic to be used as a web server back-end language, the first Java web server back-end system, and as the author of the O'Reilly WebSite Pro web server. He is a uniformed/armed volunteer for the Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff's office.
SCHEDULE
12:00pm - 01:00pm (PT) - QHYCCD THE DEFINITIVE PLANETARY IMAGING CAMERA
01:30pm - 03:30pm (PT) - OPTEC & ASCOM ALPACA with live Demonstration (This scheduled event may run over time)
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