Stephen Meyer, Excalibur Vice President, Appointed to Hamilton County Regional Health Council

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (May 10, 2013) – East Brainerd resident Stephen Meyer, Vice President of Engineering and Development at Excalibur Integrated Systems, Inc., has been appointed to a four-year term on the Hamilton County Regional Health Council by the Hamilton County Commission, Excalibur President and CEO Rodger Jenkins announced today.

“Steve has been deeply involved in supporting the improvement of Hamilton County public health for many years. By helping the county integrate its current protocols with the latest technology, I believe Steve will make a significant contribution to the Regional Health Council,” Jenkins said.

Meyer has worked in a variety of different fields in the public and private sectors, including traffic control and environmental services, designing and implementing systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness. For over 15 years, he has served as the chairman of the Chattanooga/Hamilton County Air Pollution Control Board. Meyer is a Chattanooga native and holds a Master’s of Science degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Degree from UTC.

“I’m honored by the county’s decision to have me serve on the council, and I’m delighted by the opportunity to help improve the region’s public health systems and initiatives,” Meyer said.

Excalibur Integrated Systems, Inc., Showcasing Critical Wireless Classroom Enhancements at Technology Transfer Conference, Apr. 17

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (April 12, 2013) – As schools nationwide see mounting network traffic and mobile devices in the classroom strain their capacity, Excalibur Integrated Systems, Inc., will present a number of critical infrastructure enhancements at the Sixth Annual Technology Transfer Conference, on Wednesday, Apr. 17.

“With state and federal mandates pushing more and more advanced technology in the classroom, many school wireless systems are coming dangerously close to overload,” said Rodger Jenkins, president and CEO of Excalibur, one of the conference’s leading sponsors.

“Thankfully, Chattanooga has recognized the need for greater online capacity, well ahead of many communities across the nation. By harnessing EPB of Chattanooga’s high-speed fiber optic network and the City-owned wireless mesh network, Excalibur has designed a number of simple protocols to help school districts around the country to accommodate the growing number of student devices—before it becomes a crisis,” Jenkins said.

Organized by The Enterprise Center and co-sponsored by Excalibur and EPB of Chattanooga, the Technology Transfer Conference on Wednesday, Apr. 17, will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center, 1150 Carter Dr., from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For registration or information, call The Enterprise Center, (423) 425-3770.