Monday June 17, 2013 0 commentsFORT COLLINS - Logimesh Technologies LLC., a client company of Rocky Mountain Innosphere, announced it is expanding its operations into Wyoming by establishing an R&D office at the University of Wyoming's Technology Business Center in Laramie.
Logimesh founder Bill Gillette said he decided to expand into the WTBC because of its focus on business incubation of high-growth, technology-based companies coupled with UW's history of supporting energy research and the energy industry in Wyoming.
The WTBC is also providing Logimesh with access to university research, capital, energy industry leaders, faculty and student talent.
Logimesh has developed a suite of patented technology to monitor and analyze critical machine function in oil and gas fields. Logimesh said it will launch its first commercial product, Logimote, "within the next several months."
Logimote provides real-time monitoring and analysis of equipment vibrations and temperatures, resulting in actionable data that can save companies money on unplanned maintenance costs, equipment repairs and lost production revenue.
Logimesh is also collaborating with NASA to adopt a sensor technology that monitors air quality in the International Space Station to insure astronaut health and safety.
For more information, visit www.logimesh.com.