Peter T. Lewis is a leading authority on the management of complex technical projects including wireless and sensor technology. Combining a mix of experience and leadership skills, Lewis works with his clients to make difficult mission and organizational objectives come to fruition. He is president of NetMoby, Inc., a Washington DC-based SDVOSB technology company, one of the five original co-founders of “Cellular One” -- the first commercial cellular telephone company in the United States that changed the way America communicates -- and coined the term “Internet of Things” in November 1985 at a U.S. Department of Commerce-sponsored conference. He is currently developing RFID supply chain management solutions for medical, transportation and other industries and recently submitted one of the largest filings to the FAA on shaping drone regulations.
Lewis has spoken for or consulted with many brands some of which you know, including Motorola, Hitachi, New York City Counsel, Clearwire Communications (acquired by Sprint Wireless), US Army, Alion Science & Technology, Presidential Inaugural Committee (telecom and bio-terrorism health monitoring), DC Homeland Security/Emergency Management Agency and others. He has appeared on CNN, National Public Radio and in various print publications.
Some projects Lewis has managed include:
- Cold War construction of new NATO nuclear facility, Germany (Bavaria).
- Design and buildout of first U.S. cellular system covering DC and Baltimore.
- Educational Broadcast Systems in Buffalo and El Paso.
- Project Operations Director for new New York Times Corporate Headquarters (established as the 3rd tallest skyscraper in Manhattan in 2006).
- Monetization planning and design for Internet of Things device connectivity applications for newly licensed wireless systems.
Most importantly, Lewis is dedicated to helping to grow the capabilities of entities and successfully getting them to that next level of organizational achievement.