SignalFire Wireless Telemetry Announces New Management Structure as Founder Retires
MARLBOROUGH, MA – September 27, 2018… SignalFire Wireless Telemetry, innovators of wireless mesh networking systems used in challenging and hazardous locations such as oil and gas, announces the retirement of its founder and the restructure of its management team.
Scott Keller, who co-founded SignalFire in 2006 and remained as General Manager after its acquisition by the TASI Group in August 2015, officially retires from the company in April 2019. It was his insight that led to SignalFire’s unique value proposition for the remote asset monitoring and control market. With more than 20 years of extensive experience in radio development, sensors and embedded control, Scott now serves in an advisory role to support the company in its management transition.
Sandro Esposito now serves as General Manager at SignalFire under the direction of John McKenna, TASI Group CEO and President of the Flow Division. Having served in the automation field much of his career in companies such as Setpoint and Emerson, Sandro brings a thorough understanding of product and sales life cycles. Since joining the company two years ago with responsibilities for sales and marketing, Sandro led company growth, increasing revenues by 200%.
Josh Schaedel now serves in the newly established position of COO (Chief Operating Officer) and CTO (Chief Technology Officer) at SignalFire, reporting to Sandro. With over nine years of experience at SignalFire, he previously served as director of engineering and possesses a strong understanding of the company’s strengths, challenges and operational capabilities. Josh will continue to lead the company’s engineering efforts that include the development of several new innovative technologies scheduled for release later this year.
“Sandro and Josh bring complementary strengths and expertise to SignalFire that make them a strong management team,” notes John McKenna. “I have every confidence they will continue to maintain the innovative pace of SignalFire into the future.”