TAIT is a production design company that manufactures specialized equipment, including LED integrations, kinetic architecture, and stage rigging, for film and TV, concert tours, and special events like the Olympics. Beyonce, Adele, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, P!nk, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Paul McCartney, The Weeknd, U2, and Celine Dion are just a few of the artists who have relied on TAIT to design innovative concert stages that become as much of a part of the show as the music itself.
TAIT operates from eight locations across the globe. It has supplied tech for high-profile events including the Olympics, Eurovision, and even Pope Francis’s mass in Madison Square Garden. At the core TAIT’s business is Navigator, the company’s automation software that powers a range of functions, from those as simple as turning an axis to as complex as controlling a 1,200-light structure. TAIT’s library of products includes integrated 3D previsualization, which allows clients to pre-program and customize their events before physically assessing the venue, as well as native protocol support, which makes TAIT Navigator retrofittable to just about any existing system.
TAIT has established itself as a premiere service in the music touring industry, and in 2017 the company will continue its work creating innovative experiences for branded corporate events, cruise ships, and theme parks.