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Andover Controls Corporation Names New Director of Workstation Software
Andover, Mass. - Andover Controls Corporation, a leading high-tech manufacturer of "Intelligent Building Systems" for HVAC, security management, and process control applications, has named Robert M. Simmons as its new Director of Workstation Software. Simmons, a resident of Wakefield, Massachusetts, will be responsible for the development of Andover's next generation of front-end software, providing Andover customers with cutting-edge tools to more efficiently manage their buildings.
Simmons is a 1977 magna cum laude graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, with a B.S. in Computer Science, and a 1982 graduate of M.I.T., with a M.S. in Computer Science. He has more than 23 years of high-tech industry experience in business and project management, software engineering, database design, and software training at the professional and university level. Simmons recently worked at myteam.com in Woburn, Massachusetts as Director of Client Applications.
Andover Controls Forms Alliance with Veeder-Root
Andover, Mass. - Andover Controls Corporation, of Andover, Massachusetts, a leading high-tech manufacturer of integrated building management systems, announces an alliance with Veeder-Root, the world's leading supplier of automatic tank gauging and fuel management systems. Headquartered in Simsbury, Connecticut, Veeder-Root presently has tank monitoring systems in more than 500,000 underground storage tanks around the globe.
Andover Controls will be offering its customers Veeder-Root's full range of TLS-300 Automatic Tank Gauge systems (ATGs), sensors, and probes. Veeder-Root's products have been certified by an independent third-party testing organization to exceed federal standards established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Used in conjunction with Andover's Continuum™ facilities monitoring and control systems, end-users can integrate their EPA-regulated tank monitoring requirements directly into their Andover systems, receiving critical leak detection alarms and fuel inventory data via the Andover front-end workstation.
To find out more about Andover Controls, visit its web site at http://www.andovercontrols.com.
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