A few months ago, I was contacted by InfoComm as the company was celebrating 75 years of business. They wanted to highlight premiere providers in the industry, featuring interviews with select members and CTS professionals. Would I be interested? It was an honor to be asked. Of course I said I would.
It got me thinking about the work we do here at Mechdyne, and how incredible it really is. Mechdyne is a broad-based technology company, with a specific talent for designing solutions that solve really complex AV challenges. We’re especially known for our work in immersive visualization. I’m in pre-sales engineering, the up-front technical idea guy. As a part of that, I enjoy meeting with customers, learning about the challenges they face, and figuring out what they’d like to be able to do.
Every day I’m surrounded by amazing technology and an outstanding team of AV professionals who make it all happen. What we do actually changes the way people learn and work around the world—from BP’s Upstream Learning center, the company’s world headquarters for exploration and production learning, to the virtual reality system at Rowan University used by graduate students to simulate scenarios like a NASA rocket launch. Our solutions lead to significant change.
I’m only one of a truly great team, any of whom would have been worthy to be honored in the same way. Our society is rapidly changing—digital content is becoming a key commodity. At Mechdyne, presenting digital content in ever more compelling ways is our focus, it’s our forte. It’s a real honor that InfoComm recognizes where we’ve been, and where we are now—at the forefront of where society is going.
To read more about Mechdyne and what Mike does, click here for his full interview with InfoComm.