In the late 1990s, he started the security business at Analogic in his capacity as President of an Analogic subsidiary, International Security Systems (ISS). He subsequently developed and oversaw the company’s strategic direction and expanded its security business through the global deployment of sophisticated x-ray inspection systems (2004-2008).
Peter also served as the President & CEO of Rapor, Inc. (2000-2004), a designer and manufacturer of “smart biometric” security portals. In addition, he spent five years (1993-1998) at American Science & Engineering (AS&E), an international manufacturer of x-ray inspection systems, as VP Sales & Marketing and as a Board member.
As a commercial pilot and naval aviator, Peter is no stranger to aviation and security related issues. He amassed over 2000 hours and 400 carrier landings during a 22-year naval aviation career. He commanded a reserve A‑6 tactical aviation squadron during the first Persian Gulf War and retired with the rank of Captain, USNR.
Peter serves on a number of US company boards including PathSensors and Qylur Intelligent Systems. He has been a featured speaker at security trade shows around the world and has been a published author. He is a member of the Institute of Management Consultants and the Society for Professional Consulting.
Peter’s education includes a B.S. from the US Naval Academy in 1976 and a Master’s Degree in National Security from Georgetown University in 1983.