Campbell Hyers

2001 – 2014: Founder/CEO of Control Group, a company that developed digital platforms focused on the convergence of digital and physical systems; for multiple sectors including cities, transit, airports, health, education, casino gaming, cultural institutions, and other large venue types. Led the creation of multiple platforms that are in use today including the iPad-based “virtual waiter” system, now operating at 11 US airports and counting.

2007 to 2018:
A member of the numerous boards and advisory roles, most notably the board Vice President of the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York, noted for its global leadership and involvement in critical issues related to the built environment.

2015: Led sale and merger of Control Group with Titan Outdoor to form Intersection, backed by Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs.

2015 – 2017: President at Intersection,  developer and deployer of famed LinkNYC smart-cities broadband project that is now being deployed globally.

2017 – 2019: Executive Principal at Intersection and creator of the universal information platform for travelers, airports and merchants.

2019 – Present: CEO of a spin off from Intersection called Airport Engine, to use the universal information platform to improve travel experience and drive better revenue for the air travel ecosystem.