Warwick Audio Technologies is rapidly making a name for itself, developing and commercialising a new kind of loudspeaker made from a unique flat, flexible laminate (FFL) material.
Trevor Brown, an electronics expert with over 20 years experience in sales and marketing has now joined Warwick Audio Technologies to expand the companys international client base.
Brown brings an impressive portfolio of expertise to the new role, having spent much of his career to date working for blue chip companies such as Texas Instruments and Intel, where he worked as major accounts manager in the UK and the US.
He is now taking steps to bring the FFL speaker and its sister product, a flat rigid laminate, FRL, speaker to market in Europe, the US and Asia.
Warwick Audio Technologies sound panels have potential for such a wide range of markets, that the diversity of clients Im currently talking to is incredible, says Brown.
From clothing designers to architects and PC manufacturers, so many different sectors have seen the potential of this product, and what is particularly exciting is that our customers and potential customers all have their own ideas about how the FFL and FRL might be used the speakers inspire people to be creative and innovative.
At between 0.25mm to 1mm in thickness, the FFL and FRL sound panels can be custom manufactured to fit most spaces. The unique directional quality of the sound produced also means the speakers have great potential in situations where noise pollution can be a problem, such as passenger terminals or rail platforms.
Over the next 12 months the company, which recently announced a £1.5 million investment, plans to develop these markets, working to customise its products to the individual requirements of customers, as well as continuing to enhance and develop the speakers performance.
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For more information about Warwick Audio Technologies, please visit: www.warwickaudiotech.com