SOURCE: Red Branch Technologies, Inc.

December 01, 2009 07:30 ET

Red Branch Technologies Adds Wireless Sensor Technology Investment to Its "Solutions on the Move" Portfolio

ASHBURN, VA--(Marketwire - December 1, 2009) - Red Branch Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: RBTI) announced today its intentions of adding wireless sensor technology into its mix of investments for the company by recently announcing its LOI to invest in Green Power Technologies, Inc.'s advanced power solutions for wireless sensor networks. This latest move places Red Branch Technologies into a multi-billion dollar market with potential for hyper-growth.

"A major part of life cycle cost for wireless sensor networks is battery replacement costs that include not only the batteries themselves but the labor to manage and maintain the wireless sensor network," said Greg Puschnigg, CEO of Green Power Technologies, Inc. "Battery replacement cost and installation has always been a challenge which we believe we now have a solution to through our Green Power Technologies' wireless power networks. By combining several leading edge technologies our system solution eliminates most of these barriers to wide-spread adoption of wireless sensor networks."

Puschnigg said Green Power Technologies, Inc. wireless power networks comprise mini "smart grids" supporting sensor arrays that provide information and control for applications that include process plant operations, building environmental controls, schools and lodging energy management.

Wireless sensor arrays energized by power harvesting circuitry from Green Power Technologies, Inc. can transmit temperatures, voltages, pressures and other operating parameters used by building control and energy management systems. The building management systems can send operating commands to other Green Power Technologies powered sensors to control everything from lighting to environmental and process control systems.

"Ultimately, we believe our competitive edge is seamless network management interfaces needed by the higher level management systems to do a more effective job controlling energy usage," says Puschnigg.

Jeff Sirianni, CEO of Red Branch Technologies, sees this investment as a strategic piece of RBTI's portfolio. "The world going forward needs to operate in a much lower energy regime for both sensors and mainline systems. This technology is fundamental to making large wireless sensor networks cost effective. Red Branch Technologies sees this emerging market becoming a key energy sector for years to come."

About Red Branch Technologies, Inc.:

Red Branch Technologies provides sustainable-energy-powered solutions meeting commercial, industrial, municipal and federal requirements for site security, materials control, emergency communications, water purification and similar on-site applications. The company's ability to simultaneously manage multiple renewable energy sources allows Red Branch Technologies powered solutions to stay up and running longer than the competition. Mobility is another differentiating aspect of Red Branch Technologies' solutions.

The company also offers a unique set of security products for military and law enforcement applications where cost/performance represents a critical selection factor. The application areas include Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) robots, vehicular inspection and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

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