An Israeli tech company is putting its roots
down in the "Gateway to the West."
GlobalSTL announced last week that Atomation will move
its headquarters from Israel to St. Louis. Atomation is a tech
company which develops and creates smart objects. Incorporating a mobile device
and cloud-based analytics, the company's signature product allows users to connect any product via Bluetooth
technology to the internet, allowing users to pull analytics and monitor
progress from connected items.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens congratulated Atomation executives for their decision to relocate to the Show-Me State.
"It was my honor to welcome a great new business to Missouri yesterday," Gov. Greitens said in a Facebook post Saturday. "We're fighting to bring more jobs with higher pay from around the world to our state."
GlobalSTL worked closely with Ameren to
recruit Atomation to St. Louis. The company plans on developing a pilot program for
Ameren that connects utility poles to the internet by installing sensors on dozens of Ameren’s utility poles. The sensors will help
Ameren remotely monitor the integrity and health of the poles, which will allow
the company to pinpoint issues in real time and respond more quickly and
efficiently to any problems or customer concerns.
an initiative of BioSTL, aims to recruit high-growth international companies to
set up U.S. headquarters in St. Louis. The organization focuses on companies
that match St. Louis’ strengths in the energy, plant science, healthcare,
and cyber security sectors. Atomation is the latest of a string of Israeli companies recruited to
The company plans on creating 20 jobs, in sales and business development. Read more about Atomation and Ameren teaming up from CBS St. Louis. To learn more about how your business can benefit from the Show-Me State's business environment, visit our website.
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