2016-10-18 It’s just a door! – Prison door control

Join us for our October event at The Fox & Feather Pub and Grill, “It’s just a door! – Prison door control“, presented by Mark Bottomley!

Doors open for complimentary appetizers and networking opportunities at 6:00pm, with the presentations beginning at 6:30. As always, our partners at The Fox & Feather will be providing our attendees with 10-percent off food and non-alcoholic drinks.

Date: Tuesday October 18th, 2016.
Time: doors open at 6:00 pm; presentations begins at 6:30 pm.
Place: Upstairs room (3rd floor) at The Fox & Feather Pub and Grill, located at 283 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON, Canada (foxandfeather.ca).

Registration (Free!): We request that you pre-register via Eventbrite, but it is not required to attend… https://www.eventbrite.com/e/capchi-event-its-just-a-door-prison-door-control-tickets-28410211708.


Prison door control provide an unusual and interesting variation on user interface design that is not typical for most systems. This will examine the specific requirements for institutional door and barrier control. After all, it’s just a door.


Mark Bottomley P. Eng.
Mark has been an engineer with the Electronic Systems Security Group at Correctional Service Canada for 6 years working with all kinds of security systems used in our institutions. In a previous life he has worked on IBM’s J9 Java Virtual Machine, Zucuotto Wireless’ Java CPU, and various military electronics programs at General Dynamics. His interests include UI, CPUs, bass, and guitar.


When and Where:

This event will take place on Tuesday, October 18th, 6:00 pm at the The Fox & Feather Pub and Grill, located at 283 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON, Canada (foxandfeather.ca).

CapCHI (www.capchi.org) is a social and professional society of people who work as user interface designers, researchers, educators, software developers, web designers, graphic designers and human factors engineers in and around Canada’s National Capital Region. Founded in 1991, CapCHI’s goal is to bring together local professionals interested in how humans and computers interact, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.