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World's largest industrial wireless video monitoring system installed

 From the Apprion press release:

Motorola believes in Apprion-makes investment

Motorola is joining Chevron in backing Apprion's industrial wireless products and services. Motorola Ventures becomes an investor, and according to Mike Bradley Sr., Apprion's CEO, enters a strategic relationship with Apprion as well. From the press release, which was embargoed until 8 AM today: Motorola Invests in ApprionMotorola Ventures joins...

Bradley gettin' busy...

Mike Bradley Sr. is wasting no time at all in putting together his team at Apprion. From the press release: APPRION APPOINTS MIKE SULLIVAN  VICE PRESIDENT OF GLOBAL SALES Industrial Wireless Leader Extends Channel Development and Builds Management Team with Seasoned Industry Executives NASA Ames Research Park, Moffett Field, Calif.

The Last Day: Reincarnated, Mike Bradley Gives FUD-less Lecture on Wireless

Mike Bradley, for many years CEO of Wonderware, recently became CEO of Apprion, a player in the wireless infrastructure space in process automation. Between Bradley and founders Peter Fuhr and Steve Lambright, Apprion has a powerful team indeed. Bradley was the closing keynote for the 2008 Yokogawa Tech Fair.

Apprion gets Mike Bradley

Mike Bradley, former CEO of Wonderware, is joining Apprion as CEO. Steve Lambright, current CEO, is remaining with the company as VP of marketing and customer services. Bradley brings great knowledge of the automation marketplace, along with global growth and distribution expertise, to the wireless startup....

Gas plant goes wireless three ways

While many folks put one toe in the water, some jump in with both feet. So, while some process control users may slowly test wireless for limited monitoring in non-critical corners of their plants, a few brave engineers are blanketing their facilities with multiple wireless protocols, and finding more than...

What the Honeywell OneWireless Announcement Means

I'm sure some of you were wondering when I would get around to this post. After all, the announcement, made last Monday at HUG in Phoenix, is old news now. But it isn't. What I saw in Phoenix, and what I heard about in 2006 at HUG, was an implementation...

The wireless landscape changes again...

Apprion, who is in bed with Invensys, unembargoed this press release a few minutes ago: Apprion Unveils Next Generation of the ION System Enables Secure, Reliable, Wireless Application Networks in Large Process Manufacturing Plants Moffett Field, Calif.