Todd Ramsey

David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

Good mobile audio installers are not born. They are trained and learn from hands-on experience. To gain the knowledge to perform high-end installations, installers attend specialty training schools such as Mobile Solutions in Tempe, Arizona.

"We are teaching effective ways for the Specialty Retailer to maintain longevity in today's changing mobile electronics business" says Mobile Solutions President Bryan Schmitt. "Our proven combination of classroom style and hands-on training ensures high retention of the training material for later use in their shop environment."

In any maturing industry there’s a point where it evolves into a viable economic engine providing its participating members with what some might call ‘a real job.’ Such is the case for the 12-volt aftermarket segment of consumer electronics on the installation side of the business. The job of a ‘car audio installer’ has really become one of great complexity over the years and now spans the gamut of electronics that are part of today’s modern vehicle, from entertainment to safety and security.

While many are enamored by the latest video games or the biggest, thinnest new 3D flat-panel televisions at the International CES, people who consider themselves automotive enthusiasts and sound aficionados certainly can’t help but be drawn into the vehicles on display in the LVCC North Hall and elsewhere in venues throughout Vegas during the annual show.

What products and product categories could possibly be so compelling that they excite today’s 12-volt retailer? The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the mecca for new and exciting product introductions in all areas of consumer electronics, including the car electronics aftermarket.

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