“As a seasoned water technology company, AMI is excited to establish a presence at the WET Center and contribute to their ecosystem of innovators,” said Henrik Skov Laursen, CEO of AMI Global.
FRESNO, Calif. (PRWEB) April 03, 2018
AMI Global, an international Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) company in the water management sector, today announced the opening of a satellite office in Fresno, California. The new office space is located at the Water, Energy and Technology (WET) Center and strategically located in the BlueTechValley – one of the world’s foremost innovation clusters for water technology.
“As a seasoned water technology company, AMI is excited to establish a presence at the WET Center and contribute to their ecosystem of innovators,” said Henrik Skov Laursen, CEO of AMI Global. “The offices and expertise contained within the facilities are world-class, and we look forward to advancing digital water solutions within the cluster.”
We are are eager to welcome AMI to the WET Center, and to support the continued growth and prosperity of the company. Recently presented with the Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 North American Integrated IIoT Solutions for Process Equipment Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award, we know they are going to continue to create amazing results, and we will be offering our expertise and resources to complement their journey,” said Helle Petersen, Project Manager, BlueTechValley, Fresno State University.
The WET Center is also located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, a leading Californian region of agricultural production. With the growing need to conserve time, energy, and money, agricultural operations are demanding digital solutions to ensure productive irrigation, fertigation, and equipment management systems. Simple and cost-effective solutions that improve operational efficiencies and the bottom-line are driving increased adoption rates for agricultural connectivity.
“The WET Center’s proximity to agricultural producers will help AMI empower the connectivity needs of leading agricultural operations as they seek to optimize their operations with new technology,” remarked AMI’s Laursen.
About AMI Global: AMI Global is a leader in end-to-end Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions founded in 2009 with locations in the United States and Israel. AMI’s IIoT solutions allow customers to connect equipment to the Internet, achieve data collection and analysis, and secure control of remote assets including pump control. AMI has an existing customer base of Fortune 500 clients and global industrial systems and equipment manufacturers.
About the Water, Energy and Technology (WET) Center – The WET is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley – the nation’s top agricultural producing region. Focusing on bringing water, energy or Ag technology-based innovations to market, the WET assists entrepreneurs and innovators in every step of the journey. Through the WET Incubator, the multi-tenant facility serves water, energy and Ag entrepreneurs from around the nation, and is dedicated to nurturing a rich culture of collaboration, community and connections.
For more information on AMI Global or the WET Center, please visit our website, or contact Terrence O’Leary at Toleary@amiglobal.com or Helle Petersen at email@example.com