When Performance Matters

IDC supports what are arguably the world’s most advanced aircraft, spacecraft, and cars because performance matters.  Our team is committed to the delivery of high quality products that exceed the expectations of our customers every time.

Performance doesn’t just relate to the function of a product.  IDC views performance as encompassing all aspects of our business relationship with customers.

Meet The Team

Greg Echols

Steve Kaney

Jake Spengler

Chris Bailey

Jim Niemczyk

Founder & CEO

BSEET – Southern Tech


Georgia Institute of Technology, MSEE | Georgia Southern University BET

General Manager

BSMGT – Georgia Institute of Technology

VP of Engineering

Engineering - Clemson University, BS | Syracuse University, MS

Director of Business Development

BSME Michigan Technological University, MEM Northwestern University

Greg has 32 years in aviation display engineering and management. Greg founded IDC 20 years ago to enable aviation's access to LCD displays

Steve has 38 years of experience in the Avionics & Semiconductor Industries including engineering design, sales and executive leadership.  

Jake leads the daily operations of IDC and is an LCD expert, having worked in the field for over 20 years. His outstanding leadership and knowledge of the market are surpassed by none.

Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and over 30 years of experience in technology engineering to every project. From technical details to production, Chris ensures exceptional performance & quality with each product we deliver.

Jim's over 37 years of experience in the military and commercial display marketplace and is considered an expert in the application of AMLCDs and backlight technology to high end products, Jim has numerous papers published with SID and SPIE.






Our small business values, combined with a passionate team with diverse range of skills, allows us to offer customers the agility and flexibility to achieve success. IDC is eligible for small business set-asides and participates in SIBR and civilian innovation programs.

IDC is US-Based with integrated design, production, and delivery. Our agility, experience, and wide range of skills and capabilities provide customers with solutions and supply they can depend on.

From retrofit reverse engineering to stage 1 design and engineering, the team at IDC is experienced in bringing all the pieces together with form, fit, functionality, quality and performance.

IDC leads the industry in APQP compliance and is AS9100 Certified and Qualified by the largest avionics companies for top-tier programs. Our proven performance platforms and team have a strong market reputation for quality.

With 20+ years experience in delivering industry proven platforms, IDC is your low-risk solution for long term support and supply. Our experienced team is attune to customer needs and goals and dedicated to meeting and exceeding expectations with every project delivery and beyond.

IDC is committed to proper execution in each of these areas for our customers; enabling them to develop products that impact their respective markets.

Founded in 2002 and located just North of Atlanta, IDC has the capability to deliver standard, semi-custom, and custom display solutions to meet any display requirement. Our ability to provide unique optical, electrical, and mechanical solutions to achieve our customers’ designs is one of our greatest strengths.










IDC can provide the design, manufacturing, and integration capabilities that can be customized to suit almost any application or environment. IDC is also AS9100 certified and our reputation for quality, performance, innovation, and design support is unparalleled.

The IDC team has a diverse range of skills that enable us to provide the expertise our customers require:

  • 50+ years of aerospace industry experience
  • 40+ years of optical design engineering for avionics and outdoor solutions
  • 40+ years of AMLCD development and product integration
  • 20+ years of quality management systems design, support, and execution
  • 20+ years of robotic optical bonding and AMLCD integration