The original Kiwi engineer. 7 Emmy’s, 4 Olympics, 4 America’s Cups, countless golf tournaments, elite cycling races, auto racing, motorcycle racing and every other type of field and arena sport. Greg is driven to innovate, always looking for ways to make your broadcast higher in quality and more reliable. He has pioneered countless innovations that allow our customers to have the best experience and broadcast quality possible. The depth of his experience is unequaled in the broadcast industry.
With over 30 years of experience in broadcast engineering, Greg brings a winning mentality to the team. Greg’s unique and diverse background includes multiple Olympic broadcast experiences, starting in 1980 at Lake Placid and continuing right up to today, enough America’s Cup experience to make even the saltiest of sailors jealous and more bike races than Lance Armstrong. Greg can usually be found making our remote relay sites work. When he isn’t hanging from a mountain side or battling the ocean, Greg is a family man at heart. Always finding time in his busy schedule for his wife, four kids and a bit of soccer coaching.
Chris Coyte (BEngTech / PgDipEng(Res) / MEngStud / ME(Hons))
Strengthening our Kiwi connection we have brought onboard “alphabet soup”, his new American nickname because he has more engineering degrees than some small countries. Needless to say he is smart, young and extremely talented. If it is on the cutting edge of technology Chris is on top of it and leading the way.
Where else but in an engineering company would the CFO also have a Master’s degree in engineering. He is the definition of multi-tasking, one minute he is assembling a micro camera and the next he is on the phone with the bank. Carl retired from his full time job with NSA to come and work 60 hours a week at his part time job. He is dedicated to our success, his family and a proud Notre Dame Alumni.
Business Development and Marketing
The non-engineer. Among the many hats he wears the most important is to make sure our clients have the best possible experience. He also gets to translate engineering into English. So when one of the engineers pioneers a new technology or bespoke solution, he makes sure our clients learn about it, especially if it makes their broadcast better.
She is the one who keeps our act together. Imagine trying to keep a bunch of engineers and tech geeks on time and where they are supposed to be and you have an understanding of how important she is to our day to day operations.