Charlie Adams joined LiveView Technologies (LVT) a year and a half ago, a few weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic. “Everything was unknown at the time,” he said, “so it was a scary time to be changing companies. But I believed strongly in LVT’s values and objectives. Taking the risk and joining LVT has been the best career move I’ve ever made.”
Adams is a product owner/manager in the research and development arm of LVT. He and his team develop, maintain, and improve the administrative experience on the LVT Platform. Currently, this includes improving the process of configuration and calibration for users and clients so that LVT Unit deployment and setup are quicker and more efficient.
“I love being a product owner and manager where hardware and software combine to become a cool product,” said Adams. “It’s incredibly satisfying when all parts of the organization come together to build something amazing.”
Adams is originally from Toquerville, Utah, a small town in the southwest corner of the state that is about 30 minutes outside of St. George. His love of electronics and technology started with his dad, who worked for the power company, and his three brothers, who are all engineers. “I looked up to them,” he said, “and we’d always had fun building electronic projects and playing with computers.” Adams’ love of technology also extends to video games and flight simulators. He collects joysticks and controllers and plans to build one in his home.