(Isstories Editorial):- Las Vegas, Jun 6, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – AMI Global, an international Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) company in the water management sector, today announced a new partnership with WaterStart. WaterStart is a cluster of global leaders in the implementation of water innovation that leverages the expertise and resources of Nevada partners to establish test-sites for new water technologies and innovation, with the goal of growing a global network of partner agencies and large water users that also includes the drinking water, waste water, industrial, agriculture and power sectors.
As a Nevada-based company focusing on IIoT end-to-end hardware, software and cloud solutions for water, ag tech and the machine industry, AMI is thrilled to partner with WaterStart to provide our digital IIoT innovation to their statewide network of stakeholder organizations. We are a local company with international reach and aim to grow our presence here around digital cloud solutions for the broader water industry, said Henrik Skov Laursen, CEO of AMI Global.
With aligning goals to further the water tech sector in Nevada, WaterStart is proud to partner with AMI Global, said WaterStart Executive Director Nate Allen. AMI Globals focus on IIoT provides effective digital solutions that aim to increase efficiency through innovative designing, building and planning for projects, and we look forward to the opportunities it will bring for our utility members and tech companies.
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Both AMI Global and WaterStart are located in the heart of Las Vegas, Nevada – a leading region in providing companies opportunities to develop and test new technologies given the states arid environment and keen emphasis on water conservation and best practices. Easy-to-use, affordable, and scalable solutions that improve water efficiencies and save costs are being demanded by Nevadan entities that recognize its business and environmental value.
AMI Global looks forward to sharing its digital water technology and IIoT solutions with partners in need of streamlining enterprise processes, reducing operating costs, and managing water intelligently, remarked AMIs 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. AMIs 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 WaterStart: WaterStart is a cluster of global leaders in the implementation of water innovation. Based on the Las Vegas campus of the Desert Research Institute, WaterStart leverages the strategic resources and expertise of its network to evaluate and demonstrate the performance of water innovation. As a channel for innovation, WaterStart accelerates the rate of adoption of new solutions to real challenges facing water management agencies and large consumers. Learn more at waterstart.com
For more information on AMI Global or the WaterStart, please visit our websites, or contact Terrence OLeary at Toleary@amiglobal.com or Nate Allen at email@example.com
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