MWA Intelligence Earns Mesh Monitoring Patent18 Feb, 2008
MWA Intelligence Earns Mesh Monitoring Patent
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - (February 15, 2008) – MWA Intelligence, Inc. (MWAi), a leader in enterprise-class M2M (machine-to-machine) and M2P (machine-to-people) solutions and services, today announced it has completed the next step in patent protection for the monitoring devices using Mesh Networks. The now patent-protected DC-Mesh solution is a revolutionary, cost-effective and industry’s first software and wireless communication infrastructure delivering a single-source support for connected and unconnected imaging devices.
“This is a major milestone for MWAi’s Intelligent Device Management solution portfolio.” stated Michael Stramaglio, CEO and President of MWAi. “This technology not only expands MWAi’s capability in remote asset management, but allows our clients and their end-users to collect, manage and analyze business-critical asset information securely with reduced wireless communication costs.”
This patent announcement is the result of continued and significant R&D investments, major worldwide engineering efforts and MWAi’s commitment to the M2M marketplace. The patent application covers many aspects of the remote asset management application including monitoring of devices for usage (meter readings), consumable levels, device status and alerts, and changes in the physical location of the device and more.
“MWA Intelligence is excited about this technology, and its effect is multiplied because the added capability it brings fully integrates into our current world-class M2M and M2P solutions,” continued Stramaglio. “Our deployments here in the United States as well as in Europe and Japan are driven by our leading-edge M2M technology capabilities. We will continue to add new applications to our enterprise-class M2M portfolio as we go forward.”
MWA Intelligence enterprise-class M2M and M2P solutions include asset and resource management tools and related software, hardware and communication technologies to manage, automate, control and integrate employees, assets and business operations more efficiently. The company’s Intelligent Service Management™ and Intelligent Workforce™ modules enable remote management of mobile workers, automate dispatch workflow, streamline service operations and facilitate the exchange of business-critical information and reporting.