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Kevin Taylor

Kevin Taylor

Senior Vice President, Global Head of Automation, TAIT.

Prior to joining TAIT, Kevin joined Stage Technologies in 1994 as Director of Electrical Engineering where he focused his efforts on designing, programming and developing Maxis ID, a modular control system. For Maxis ID, Kevin created the software for the system, built a pathway system used for 3D performer flying and implemented programmable safety systems. 

As Stage Technologies’ brand grew globally, Kevin saw the opportunity to establish a US office located in Las Vegas, NV where he became the CEO and Company Secretary. In this role, Kevin was responsible for overseeing all business development, marketing and administration efforts for the US region, in addition to further development of the next generation of Stage Technologies control systems. 

When TAIT Towers acquired Stage Technologies in 2013, Kevin became Senior Vice President, Global Head of Automation where he continues to manage and develop the process and vision for all automation equipment worldwide. With Kevin’s many areas of expertise, he continues his involvement in business development and account management but is also very involved in growing and maintaining the R+D department which includes implementing new safety standards, quality procedures and arranging business and licensing in new states and regions.


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