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ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute Adds Wilson-Mohr to Membership Roster

Research Triangle Park, NC (27 August 2009) –Wilson-Mohr, a leading provider of building automation and industrial process control solutions, joined the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute this summer as a supplier member. Based in Sugarland, TX, Wilson-Mohr serves the chemical, oil & gas, utility, pulp & paper, and commercial building development industries in the energy region of the United States.

"Our customers' operating sites are seeking operational excellence and improved effectiveness through the use of leading technologies and practices and early adopters are asking for industrial control products based on ISA100.11a industrial wireless technology," said Andrew Neeb, the Wilson-Mohr Wireless Business Leader. He adds, "We believe that the characteristic of interoperability and the ISA100 standard's evolution plan provide huge advantages for product innovation and establishes the technology foundation for the future of industrial controls."

Andre Ristaino, WCI Managing Director stated, "We are totally impressed by Wilson-Mohr. Their team members with an enthusiastic, can-do attitude were contributing to WCI program initiatives before the ink was dry on their membership application." Wilson-Mohr's depth of operational expertise in process industries and judicious application of technology was apparent from the outset. The WCI is fortunate to have Wilson-Mohr as a valued member."

Additional information about Wilson-Mohr may be found on their web site at

About the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute

The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute is a non-profit industry consortium providing users and developers with market awareness, technical support, and compliance for the ISA100 family of universal industrial wireless standards. The WCI provides real world feedback from deployment of ISA100 devices and systems to ISA Standards Committees in order to foster rapid refinement and development of open industry standards for wireless applications. Institute members include end users, technology suppliers, research and development professionals, academia, and other industry consortia and standards bodies. Early promoters include Apprion, BP, Chevron, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Fuji Electric, Honeywell, Invensys Process Systems, Nivis, Procter & Gamble, Shell, Shengyang Institute of Automation, and Yokogawa. More information about the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute can be found online at