line of DMX512/RDM splitters and hubs provides efficient
and cost-effective distribution of these
protocols, whether in a permanent installation or for a one-night
event. The DMX-Net/RDM distribution modules combine lower
installation cost with increased user flexibility.
scenery mechanization controllers provide reliable and cost-effective
control of deck and flying scenery movement on Broadway, regional
events. The Chaos Audio intercom
system has its roots in
rock-n-roll, which underscores its rugged
reliability and unequalled communication clarity in high ambient noise
environments and quiet theater use alike.
Design Co. has more than 40 years of experience in the design and
lighting control systems for theatrical and architectural use.
For more than 20 years we have been a leader in the development of
DMX512 and RDM protocol implementation and testing. Bob Goddard
continues to serve on the Control Protocols Working Group.
His current assignments include the E1.11 (DMX), E1.20 (RDM) and E1.33
(RDM over IP) task groups.
We continue to offer this experience to clients, particularly in the
area of design verification, both of the physical and software layers.
Bob's wealth of experience in analog lighting control design is also
available for hire
Design & Support
-- Robert Goddard
Sales & Management -- Rosemary Heath
-- David Vanderheyden
-- David Goddard
copyright Goddard Design Co. 2016