Founded in Tel Aviv with its US headquarters in St. Louis, MO, Atomation is a business-to-business solutions company that uses an innovative Internet of Things (IoT) platform and process to connect existing, in-field, legacy objects / assets to the internet with proprietary software to capture and turn raw data into useful information allowing businesses to transform operations and optimize their bottom line.
Co-Founder & CPO
Served for 8 years in intelligence operations and technology with one of the Israeli’s intelligence units. Prior to founding Atomation, Guy spent time in R&D operations and business roles for internet, mobile and cellular companies.
More than 20 years of experience as both a corporate CIO and president of companies providing hardware and software to data centers. Previously, he served as CIO of Emerson Electric and most recently as president of Emerson Network Power/Vertiv’s Data Solutions business.
Co-Founder & CTO
Over 15 years of experience in development and product management in the high tech industry with specializations in robotics, interactivity and computing.
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Atomation is partnering with leading utility and machinery companies to bring connected solutions to their customers. Atomation’s smart, simple, and scaleable IoT solutions bring innovation and new opportunities for our partners with their customers. Learn more about partnering with us today.
Two founders with an idea – Guy Weitzman and Eran Keshet – create Atomation as a way to bring life to objects by connecting them to the internet and apps
Atomation was awarded prestigious grants from the Office of the Chief Scientist in Israel
Atomation brought together a small team of innovative makers to form the R&D team
Atomation works with Syngenta and GroFit to connect existing analog agriculture sensors giving farmers access to information remotely
Atomation starts developing technology for 2 major accounts in St. Louis
Atomation opens an office in St. Louis to continue targeting large industrial corporations in the Midwest
Atomation founder Guy Weitzman moves to St. Louis
Atomation hires Stephen Hassell as CEO to lead the company through a period of focused growth