Carl Dymond is a Canadian military intelligence veteran with 18 years of experience in the areas of intelligence, operational planning, and management, and he applies this expertise to help organizations operate in a challenging environment. He leads the team at The Dymond Group to focus on incubation, project scoping, development of tech startups, and helping innovative minds bring their ideas to fruition. The team’s onshore and near-shore manufacturing services backed by a distributed infrastructure deliver high value for clients in expedited business setup, seamless execution, high efficiency, cybersecurity, and end-user safety both domestically and internationally.
The Dymond Group uniquely caters to companies in aerospace, government, and healthcare—industries known to be rigorous and regulatory-intensive. The company has a streamlined approach to requirements definition, capability planning and development, project management, testing, release, and maintenance. From planning to design through manufacturing, The Dymond Group ensures transparency and quality in every level of solution delivery, guaranteeing high value. Using such a small team, the company overcomes the hurdles of bureaucracy by devising a quick procurement cycle of a few weeks instead of a year or more. Additionally, a regulatory-centric approach allows the company to offer multiple choices to its clients for solving crucial business problems.
What’s more, a team comprising self-motivated and highly skilled experts brings greater value to the company’s clients. Each day, the team gathers to express ideas and share fresh perspectives in an open, inclusive environment to create a better life for customers. Recently, one of the company’s new employees proposed a GPS locator for palliative care in case of an ankle sprain, an idea that the stakeholders have welcomed.
We dig deeper and work in a microenvironment, chasing a macro solution to the clients’ pressing problems
In another case study, a Canadian mining company incurred $3.93 per pound for aerial shipping by a UAV, i.e., 93,000 dollars for each flight, three times a week. The company’s decision-makers struggled to manage rising costs, falling pilot availability, and raging COVID-19 cases. The Dymond Group is helping this mining company overcome its operational roadblocks comprehensively. The Dymond Group is designing an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as part of the Hercules aircraft. This prospective utilitarian and air-propelled UAV will carry 85,000 pounds of cargo. Initial tests paint a positive picture of savings: 75 cents reduction per pound of cargo. That would mean the mining company will have to shelve out less than a dollar as opposed to $3.93 per shipment. This scenario is one example that demonstrates how the Dymond Group designs and delivers macro solutions while working in micro environments.