Charles Boyce is the President of Boyce Technologies, Inc. Charles has over 25 years of experience in electronic design and communications construction. Before starting Boyce Technologies, he served as COO to E.A. Technologies, Inc. where he designed numerous integrated security and communications systems.
His primary business interests include custom manufacturing and designing of components for integrated security systems, emergency preparedness equipment and (physics defying) RF systems integration.
Charles is dedicated to providing custom designed products and services to customers in the public and private sectors nationwide. Customers include transit authorities, airports, universities, office-buildings, television networks and airlines. Charles relishes any opportunity to design systems and products that challenge previously notions of what is possible. He prides himself on (1) understanding his customers’ needs and designing beyond their expectations and (2) being responsive to his customers’ time sensitive pressures.
While the thrill of a design challenges motivates Charles, the real inspiration for his work is his understanding that the products that he designs impact lives. Charles most recently has challenged his team of engineers to create redundant power systems with extended battery backup, illuminate idle activation buttons to make them more useable to the visually impaired, improve induction loop strength in overlapping fields for the hearing impaired T-coil, and expand the scope of camera lenses to include children or persons in wheelchairs. “Our products must be reliable and accessible. Anything less is irresponsible.”
Charles is a graduate of New York University where he received first in 1990 a Bachelors with concentrations in Bioelectronics, Computer Science, Network Television Broadcasting. In 1994, also from New York University, he received his Masters in Telecommunications Engineering with concentrations in analysis of post-SONet transmission technologies. Additional areas of interest included Project Management, Systems Planning, Machine Programming, and Communications Networks.