Amplified Solutions founder, Rob Todd has been appointed Chairman of a subcommittee of the Tower Commission that is tasked with re-writing the Houston wireless facilities ordinance. He brings 15 years of experience in telecommunications including his days on City Council, Chairman of the Regulatory Affairs Committee, Chairman of the Tower Commission to operating Amplified Solutions.
“I am honored Mayor Parker has asked me to rewrite the City of Houston wireless ordinance as it pertains to macro sites, DAS systems and small cell coverage. I anticipate a comprehensive ordinance reflecting the engineering and business realities of 2014.” said Todd. “I believe that, as the fourth largest city in the United States, with jurisdiction over 572 square miles in Southeast Texas, Houston is in a good position to craft an ordinance that adequately balances the needs of the business and residential communities and that reflects the immense change in telecommunication technology.”
About Rob Todd
Rob Todd is former City Council Member for the City of Houston and brings 15 years of experience in telecommunications to table. In addition to being the president and founder of Amplified Solutions, he served as Chairman of the Regulatory Affairs Committee for Houston for 6 years. During this time, he co-wrote the City of Houston’s cellular tower city ordinance. He has a doctorate in jurisprudence and currently serves as the Chairman for the Tower Permit Commission for the City of Houston. He practiced law exclusively for 15 years before pursuing his lifelong dream of working in the tech sector.
About Amplified Solutions
Amplified Solutions is a leader in designing and implementing large-scale Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for large-scale venues like stadiums and skyscrapers. It was founded in 2003 by Rob Todd, the current chair for the Tower Permit Commission for the City of Houston which has jurisdiction over 572 square miles in Southeast Texas. Amplified Solutions has successfully designed implemented systems for multiple buildings in five states including the Detroit Pistons, the Milwaukee Bucks, Memorial Hermann Healthcare Systems, and The W Hotels.