FulTECH SOLUTIONS

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Dan FulmerA Jacksonville Beach, Fla. resident since 1971, FulTech founder and President Daniel E. Fulmer II is regarded as an expert in the home automation industry. From product creator, tester and trainer, international speaker and published author, he personifies the level of dedication and expertise FulTech delivers on every project.

Relocated in Jacksonville, the company was restructured and named FulTech Solutions, Inc. With the background and qualifications to fully understand the fundamentals of a quality, expandable home automation system, FulTech Solutions added structured cabling systems and full residential automation and control, to its list of services. In 1996, with an extensive interactive display at the Jacksonville Home and Patio Show, the company debuted total home automation to North Florida.

The college years:

After working for several years as vice president of operations with a general and roofing contractor, Dan left the business to attend the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando. While in school, he studied at the College of Engineering for three years, and College of Computer Science for an additional two years, receiving a bachelor's degree in computer science with minors in engineering, physical science and business.

Attending UCF from 1992-1995, Dan displayed his characteristics as a leader and entrepreneur as well as exemplary student. As part of his senior project, he played an integral role in the development of an automated teaching and learning client-server based software system, which has evolved over the years. It's still in use and serves as the basis for the internet teaching system at UCF.

He worked, on a volunteer basis, in the chemistry lab at UCF on the development of nickel-metal-hydride (NMH) batteries. In addition, he was president of the UCF Dive Club, and founder of the marine research team. While under his direction, the team designed, built and deployed an artificial reef off the Ft. Lauderdale coast.

In 1994, he was a programmer in the UCF Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle Systems (AUVS) club and in a world wide competition; his team placed third, beating out the likes of MIT, and was highlighted on Discovery Channel's “World of Wonder” television program. During his final year at UCF, he worked as an adjunct instructor at Valencia Community College in Orlando, teaching computers and the internet.

FulTech years:

After restructuring and relocating the company from Orlando to Jacksonville, Dan, like his company, continued his successful journey. In October 1999, he was inducted into the International Who's Who, and has been a member in good standing since. He was also a nominee in Ernst & Young's 2001 Entrepreneur of the Year.

Dan has been a speaker at several Electronic House Expos and a guest speaker for many local events relating to home technology. In addition, Dan wrote a regular column in EH magazine on structured cabling, and has also written articles in publications such as Buildor (sic) News, the monthly newsletter of the North East Florida Builder's Association (NEFBA), the NEFBA Buyers Guide, and more. He regularly contributes to EH and other industry magazines, writing product reviews and published opinions in CEPro.  More recently, Dan represented the United States and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) at the Home Networking Global Summit in Seoul, South Korea. (The CEA is the consumer electronics industry authority on market research and forecasts, consumer surveys, legislative and regulatory news, engineering standards, training resources and more.)

Dan Fulmer, the entrepreneur, leader and industry pioneer is held in high regard by his business peers. He is also a respected benefactor in the community, giving of his time and skill to ensure many of North Florida's physically-disabled can benefit from the latest in home automation.

Complete Bio:

A Jacksonville Beach, Fla. resident since 1971, FulTech founder and President Daniel E. Fulmer II is regarded as an expert in the home automation industry. From product creator, tester and trainer, international speaker and published author, he personifies the level of dedication and expertise FulTech delivers on every project.

After working for several years as vice president of operations with a general and roofing contractor, Dan left the business to attend the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando. While in school, he studied at the College of Engineering for three years, and College of Computer Science for an additional two years, receiving a bachelor's degree in computer science with minors in engineering, physical science and business.

Attending UCF from 1992-1995, Dan displayed his characteristics as a leader and entrepreneur as well as exemplary student. As part of his senior project, he played an integral role in the development of an automated teaching and learning client-server based software system, which has evolved over the years. It's still in use and serves as the basis for the internet teaching system at UCF.

He worked, on a volunteer basis, in the chemistry lab at UCF on the development of nickel-metal-hydride (NMH) batteries. In addition, he was president of the UCF Dive Club, and founder of the marine research team. While under his direction, the team designed, built and deployed an artificial reef off the Ft. Lauderdale coast.

In 1994, he was a programmer in the UCF Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle Systems (AUVS) club and in a world wide competition; his team placed third, beating out the likes of MIT, and was highlighted on Discovery Channel's “World of Wonder” television program. During his final year at UCF, he worked as an adjunct instructor at Valencia Community College in Orlando, teaching computers and the internet.

After restructuring and relocating the company from Orlando to Jacksonville, Dan, like his company, continued his successful journey. In October 1999, he was inducted into the International Who's Who, and has been a member in good standing since. He was also a nominee in Ernst & Young's 2001 Entrepreneur of the Year.

Dan has been a speaker at several Electronic House Expos and a guest speaker for many local events relating to home technology. In addition, Dan wrote a regular column in EH magazine on structured cabling, and has also written articles in publications such as Buildor (sic) News, the monthly newsletter of the North East Florida Builder's Association (NEFBA), the NEFBA Buyers Guide, and more. He regularly contributes to EH and other industry magazines, writing product reviews and published opinions in CEPro.  More recently, Dan represented the United States and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) at the Home Networking Global Summit in Seoul, South Korea. (The CEA is the consumer electronics industry authority on market research and forecasts, consumer surveys, legislative and regulatory news, engineering standards, training resources and more.)

Dan Fulmer, the entrepreneur, leader and industry pioneer is held in high regard by his business peers. He is also a respected benefactor in the community, giving of his time and skill to ensure many of North Florida's physically-disabled can benefit from the latest in home automation.
Dan, his wife, Ashley, and two children, live in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.

Speaker Introduction Bio:

Dan Fulmer is president and founder of FulTech Solutions, a home technology installation firm headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., and the College of Smart, a dealer licensing and training program. 

FulTech is an industry-leading pioneer and nationally recognized expert in home automation that specializes in whole house automation and integration. The company was recognized in 2006 as a two-category winner of the Consumer Electronic Associations' Mark of Excellence Awards.

FulTech developed and implemented its own patent-pending structured cabling system, called the Universal Cabling System (UCS), which allows for complete growth and expansion at any time after construction. FulTech also opened Northeast Florida's only fully equipped and fully functional home automation model home in Ponte Vedra, Fla.

Dan has more than 15 years' computer control experience, and more than 10 years in the home automation industry. He holds a BS from the University of Central Florida, where he studied computer science and engineering. In 2002, Fulmer joined the CEA's TechHome Education and Training Committee and in 2003, he was elected to the CEA's TechHome Division Board.

He has been a speaker at several Electronic House Expos and a guest speaker for many local events relating to home automation. In addition, Dan wrote a regular column in EH Magazine on structured cabling, and has also written articles in publications such as Builder (sic) News, the monthly newsletter of the North East Florida Builder's Association, the NEFBA Buyers guide, and more. He regularly contributes to EH and other industry magazines, writing regular product reviews and published opinions in CEPro.  More recently, Dan represented the United States and CEA at the Home Networking Global Summit in Seoul, South Korea.

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