Boyce Technologies specializes in designing and manufacturing equipment for the mass transit market including emergency response systems, intercom systems, security alarm systems, radio and wireless networks, and customer information display systems.
Founded in 2007, the company has grown from one employee, the owner Charles Boyce, to over 100. In early 2018, the company moved into its present 100,000 square-foot headquarters in Long Island City. One of their most well-known products is the Help Point Unit, found throughout New York City’s subway system. The kiosks, widely-recognized by their blue light and two-button system, use a digital voice over IP system to provide information, security and safety communications to thousands of commuters and visitors each day. Recently, BTI has been engaged by the new company Charge to design and manufacture the proprietary docking stations for electric charging, storage and service stations of e-scooters and e-bikes.
In 2017, Boyce Technologies ranked #9 in Crain’s Fast 50: New York Fastest Growing Companies. And in 2016 and 2017, Boyce Technologies had back to back rankings on the Inc 500 list.
Please Note: No open toed shoes; no shorts; safety glasses will be provided as required.
Host and Tour Guide: David Levy, BTI Manager of Quality and Safety
Date and Time: Buffet Dinner / Tour: 6:30-8:30pm Buffet dinner provided courtesy of Boyce Technologies.
Location: 47-22 Pearson Place, Long Island City, Queens. Located near the 7 line Hunter’s Point Subway Station