Advanced Micro Peripherals appoints new director of applications engineering

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Advanced Micro Peripherals (AMP) has appointed Bobby Gintz as its US based director of applications engineering, in response to growing demand for its embedded video solutions.

Lee Foss, AMPs founder and CEO, said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Bobby to our team. We are experiencing explosive growth for our ultra low latency high definition compression, capture and recording products across virtually all market segments. Bobby brings to AMP a wealth of experience managing engineering teams in the areas of robotics, IP surveillance and communications systems.

Gintz has more than 30 years’ experience in engineering and marketing to both commercial and military markets. Prior to joining AMP, Gintz was engineering director for Northrop Grumman’s robotic subsidiary, Remotec, leading the development of UGVs employed by virtually all civilian and military bomb squads.

He has also served as director of product development for IPIX where he was responsible for bringing 360 degree IP cameras to market. Prior to that, he served as vice president of development for Equinox Systems.

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