The National Groundwater Association is holding its annual meeting and expo December 4th-7th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The expo is the year’s premier source for all things related to the groundwater industry. Classes and educational seminars will focus on business management, geothermal operations, groundwater supply and groundwater quality. The Expo Hall is open December 5th thru 6th and will feature exhibitions from various manufacturers, distributors and services providers within the groundwater industry.
AMI™ will exhibit in booth #272 and will feature the latest in “cloud technology” solutions. AMI™ will focus their exhibit on attending contractors, end-users, distributors and other manufacturers. AMI™ is the definitive leader in cloud technology for industrial applications. The company focuses on water and water delivery applications;
The AMI™ cloud technology solutions allow their customers to access, communicate with, program and monitor a variety of field based assets from any computer, laptop, smart phone or tablet. By utilizing the latest in cloud computing technology the company can provide these solutions wirelessly while maintaining data storage in “the cloud”.
AMI™ provides these solutions through an AMI™ branded distribution network as well as through private label or OEM branded solutions.
David Drake, CEO of AMI™ said, “We are excited to exhibit at the National Groundwater Association Expo this year. It’s a great opportunity for us to introduce our cloud technology to the market. Pumps, variable frequency drives, sensors…the opportunities are limitless.”
AMI™ offers a variety of solutions to bring customers products to the cloud, including hardware, software, communication, servers and more.
Drake added, “2013 is going to be a big year for our industry. While many players are still holding on to radio communication, the reality is that cloud technology is the fastest growing segment of the market. Many major manufacturers are already using our technology and we are excited to meet many new partners at the expo. The bottom line is that many manufacturers in the industry understand the need to bring their products to the cloud today. Losing market share by not staying ahead of the technology curve is not something anyone wants. We allow manufacturers to do what they do best while helping them get to the cloud on time and under budget”.