Board of Directors

Peter Hunt
Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Hunt is a Chartered Accountant and Consultant to BDO Adelaide. He was a former partner of PKF Adelaide, Chartered Accountants, which merged with BDO Adelaide in 2012. He has broad experience as an independent director and chairman of ASX listed and private companies.

Having been involved with business and financial transactions with businesses ranging from small to medium cap companies, Mr Hunt has financial and management skills to contribute directly to Xped’s performance at both board and management level. Mr Hunt is also an independent director of ASX listed Intermin Resources Limited.

Chris Wood

Executive Director / CTO

Chris has extensive experience in large telecommunications companies developing mission critical software applications.

Chris has architected projects worth up to $200M and supported by a pool of 200 IT staff. Chris is a domain expert in the areas of GPS, inertial sensors and communications.Chris also possesses substantial technology development commercialisation experience.

In 2003 Chris founded Neve Technologies Pty Ltd, a company which developed and commercialised an augmented GPS system for positioning vehicles in areas where GPS signals are severely degraded. In the commercialisation process Chris established a joint venture with the University of South Australia. Neve secured COMET funding, raised capital and successfully commercialised its technology internationally.

John Schultz

Executive Director / Head of Engineering

John Schultz (B Eng. Uni of SA) is a serial entrepreneur founding and successfully growing several companies over the last two decades specialising in the design, manufacture and business development of electronics systems.

John has a wealth of experience running design and manufacturing businesses, managing staff and subcontractors and secured significant international business exporting vehicle immobilisers to Malaysia for aftermarket distribution and direct fit to Honda.

This contract saw a peak of 30 employees locally employed and managed at Technology Park. John’s involvement was system specification, design, product design and manufacture, resource management and developing initial commercialisation opportunities.