|Don Gilbreath||Chairman & CTO|
|Don Cavett||V.P. of Sales|
Don Gilbreath, Chairman & CTO
Mr. Gilbreath is the founder of ComCam International, which began operations in 1998. He has 26 years' experience in product development, engineering project management, and specialized technical sales. He has provided specialized R&D expertise to General Electric, Johnson Controls, TCI, Standard & Poor's, and Commodore International. He developed and launched or licensed over 30 products including solid state lighting systems, early digital thermostats, computer-based musical instruments, multimedia players, and Internet access devices. Mr. Gilbreath has broad experience in directing international engineering teams, vendor negotiations, licensing, patents, offshore manufacturing and launching of innovative products to world markets.
Pete Ianace, President
Pete Ianace, a recognized video technology innovator and seasoned corporate executive, brings more than 35 years of experience building successful technology business units, sales channels and companies. His experience spans companies in aerospace, defense contracting, telecommunications, and Web 2.0, both private and public, for whom he has negotiated large contracts with US, European and Asian clients. In the last 15 years, Mr. Ianace has built several VOIP and IP video technology companies including the fiber-optic networking division of Intelect Communications (Nasdaq: ICOM), Vianet Technologies (VNTK.OB) a company that launched one of the first nationwide VOIP networks and ESPRE Solutions, Inc. (EPRT.OB) a video compression company that was taken private by the controlling shareholder at the beginning of 2009. Earlier in his career, he served in a variety of senior management positions at IBM, AT&T, and Northern Telecom, including President of PacTel Meridian Systems, a joint venture between Nortel and Pactel. Mr. Ianace is the author of several articles in trade publications on internet telephony and the role of video in emergency response.
Don Cavett, VP of Sales and Business Development
Mr. Cavett has 20 years of diversified Sales and Sales Management experience working for both Fortune 1000 companies and Start Ups. Mr. Cavett has extensive knowledge and expertise on Business Practices in the Asia Pacific region. From 2002 to 2009 Mr. Cavett served as Senior Vice President, Director of World-Wide Sales for eeParts, Inc. He implemented a new sales strategy, leading to substantial growth and increasing revenues. Negotiated and closed many multimillion dollar international corporate contracts with multi-billion dollar Fortune 1000 companies which facilitated the opening and expansion of the company's China operations, Shanghai, Suzhou and Shenzhen. From 1999 to 2002 Mr. Cavett was President and Director of IP Teleservices, an International VOIP Telecommunications company. Prior to starting IP Teleservices Mr. Cavett spent 15 very successful years in the Investment Banking Industry with the Industry's most prestigious firms, including Drexel Burnham Lambert and Bear Stearns.
Nolan Bushnell is Chairman and founder of Tapcode, Inc. Tapcode develops digital media entertainment and hospitality software, which allow customers to order food, drinks, games and other digital media at their table through proprietary touch screen terminals. Over the past 40 years he has founded more than 20 companies, but is best known as the founder of Atari Corporation and Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theater. He is justifiably revered as the "Father of the Video Game Industry". Over the years, Bushnell has received numerous awards of distinction, including being inducted into the "Video Game Hall of Fame", and was one of the first 50 inductees into the Consumer Electronics Association's "Hall of Fame", which gave public recognition to his significant contributions to 20th Century technology. He was named one of Newsweek's "50 Men That Changed America" and in March of 2009 was honored with the British Academy of Film and Television Art's Fellowship Award, the highest accolade the Academy bestows, for his outstanding creative contribution to the Video Games Industry. In June 2010 he was awarded the LARA Lifetime Achievement Award, presented to him by the German Games Award for his outstanding achievements in the International Games Industry. Bushnell received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah, where he is a "Distinguished Fellow", and also attended Stanford University Graduate School.
In 1985, Mr. Godfrey co-founded Needham & Company, an investment banking and asset management firm focused on growth companies. He also led the successful restructuring of a $300 million NASDAQ company and in 1991 revived Laidlaw Equities. Mr. Godfrey joined Hampshire Securities in 1995 as principal and head of capital markets. After Hampshire was acquired in 1998 by Gruntal & Co., Mr. Godfrey served with Gruntal for two years as Senior Managing Director of Equity Capital Markets before rejoining Needham & Company in 2000. In his early career, Mr. Godfrey worked as Vice President of Business Development at Credit Suisse First Boston, Merrill Lynch and Time Inc. Later, he served as an Assistant Administrator of New York City under John V. Lindsay. Mr. Godfrey received his BA from Yale University and his MBA from Harvard.
Mr. Higbee is an investment banker with over twenty-five years' professional experience. He is a partner at G.C. Andersen Partners, LLC, a New York private merchant bank. Prior to joining Andersen, Mr. Higbee worked primarily with middle-market companies at a number of investment banks including Deutsche Bank, PaineWebber and Drexel Burnham Lambert. He has an AB degree in Economics from Princeton University and an MBA from the Wharton School.
Mr. Mark is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis (1979), Mr. Mark serves as a Navy Reserve Captain - Commanding Officer & Pilot. He has a SCI/Top Secret/ SSBI/Don-CAS security clearance and has held the Commanding Officer positions for SPAWAR HQ213, NR USS Enterprise CVN-69 Aircraft Carrier Group, and the CO for Battle Group Eight Staff and is qualified for TBMCS/AADCS, JFACC Planner, GCCS, Sr. C4I Watch Officer, JMCIS Watch Officer. From 1979-1985, he was a US Navy Instructor Pilot. Currently, he serves as a General Manager for Ball Aerospace. He has held numerous senior corporate positions, including CEO of BEAMHIT LLC (Columbia, MD,2000-2004), the premier marksmanship training company in the world; CEO, Surety 2000 (Cincinnati, OH, 2000), an internet-based company offering electronic delivered and execution of surety bonds; Director for Logicon Operations, Northrop Grumman Company (Dayton, OH, 1997-2000), where he managed all activities associated with information technology resident at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base Laboratories for the Northrop Grumman/Logicon Information Systems group.
Mr. Voegeli is a Swiss entrepreneur who is founder and President/Director of Research of Strela Development AG and nanoDEF AG, both medical-technology companies. Prior to these investments, Mr.Voegeli was Special Projects Officer for ATAG Ernst & Young Asset Management, where he managed a fund for European business start-up ventures with a focus on medical technology. From 1983 to 1994 he served as a technology, investment and management consultant for Hayek Engineering and Vontobel EC Consulting as well as for the Swiss Federal Office for Foreign Economic Affairs. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH in Zurich; pursued post-graduate studies in Biomedical Engineering at the University Of Cape Town, South Africa; and was a post-graduate research assistant with the Institute of Applied Physics.