Tackling the role of CEO during a pandemic is never part of the plan but that’s just what Vislink CEO Mickey Miller did, arriving in January and immediately being thrust into entirely new challenges for one of the industry’s leading providers of digital microwave and wireless video systems. But he and the team have embraced the challenge on a global scale and is leveraging its wide-ranging customer base, from broadcast to government and military, to move ahead.
“What attracted me to Vislink is they’ve got a great customer base and it’s a global company,” says Miller. “And it’s a really strong, innovative company that has a great history over the years in this market, as well as the military and government market.”
Understanding what Vislink brings to the table is best understood by looking at one of its key customers: MotoGP and Dorna. The global motorcycle racing powerhouse has relied on Vislink transmitters to transmit high-quality signals from multiple cameras on multiple bikes travelling hundreds of miles per hour. Each bike has four cameras so making the smaller, better, and more effective is an ongoing challenge.
“We’ve been working with them over the years and when we talk about aligning with partners and leverage technology to create more emotion and interesting perspectives,” he says. “And then we can see