We are redefining what is possible by creating innovative systems and highly reliable products that are aesthetically pleasing and work exceptionally well even under the harshest environments.

Our mission is to combine the brightest minds with the best facility to create the environment to solve the most challenging urban technology problems.


Charles Boyce founded Boyce Technologies Inc. (BTI) after a 20 plus year career executing large systems contracts for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in New York. As he engineered and managed these MTA contracts, he realized the risks and impacts of the projects were subject to decisions and schedules in the equipment manufacturing supply chain. The mass transit systems in New York City and the surrounding area the MTA covers have unique features that no other transit agency has. From 24x7 service, historic station architecture to complex interoperable communications systems, the MTA requires mission-critical systems that fit their needs.

BTI started with developing the Help Point units and underground radio systems and quickly evolved to provide network access nodes to security equipment. Eventually, BTI had the privilege to provide critical elements for train control systems and electronic equipment for train networking systems. As the success of these projects grew, BTI emerged as an ‘urban technology’ company where we developed smart systems for city environments.

Charles and the team at BTI continue to develop systems and products with ‘partner companies’ to address the needs of the MTA, the City of New York, and the State of New York.

Charles Boyce, CEO of Boyce Technologies
Charles Boyce


For the architects of tomorrow’s city who are seeking solutions. Our team of bright and innovative engineers has access to the world's most cutting-edge which enables them to design with zero concept of the impossible.

Our comprehensive team of engineers, designers, CAD modelers, CNC programmers, machinists, welders, assemblers, field technicians, project managers, software designers, salespeople, and administrative support work hand-in-hand to produce intelligent designs and rapid solutions.