Industry veteran Rob Glasier joins RealityWave as vice president of sales and marketing


Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 10, 2002 — RealityWave Inc., developer of the technology platform integrating Industrial Data for enterprise collaboration, recently announced the addition of Rob Glasier as Vice President of Marketing and Sales.

Rob will use his proven leadership in the plant, power, and process market, combined with his extensive background in Discreet Manufacturing, GIS, and PLM, to help RealityWave expand their solution’s competitive advantage across these industries.

RealityWave’s VizStream Enterprise Platform enables companies to develop or enhance applications with the ability to access and visualize Industrial Data like 3D models, 2D drawings, BOMs, and P&ID’s.

Unlike traditional viewers, VizStream is an open-architected platform designed to allow companies to enhance already implemented applications, or create a new application. Rob will be streamlining RealityWave’s marketing and sales activities to best reach a market demanding these solutions.

Glasier commented, “The VizStream Enterprise Platform can truly bring a monumental shift in the way companies execute projects. VizStream’s ability to handle the large models that are the hallmark of complex products and projects is unique in the industry. Whether replacing recently’s cumbersome and slow file sharing based design review products, or totally revolutionizing the way a company performs collaboration across the enterprise, RealityWave’s VizStream Enterprise Platform is a critical component for success.”

Rob has previously served in Vice President roles at Intergraph, ASD Global, and Rolta International. He directed Intergraph’s Process and Building Solutions (PBS) Product Center, where he had responsibility for all of Intergraph’s plant design, architectural and structural engineering products, including the Plant Design System (PDS), the industry’s leading plant design suite of products.

He oversaw the merger of Intergraph’s Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Product Center into his PBS organization, and headed up the planning for, and the naming of, Intergraph’s current SmartPlant product strategy, and he also initiated Intergraph’s thrust into Integrated Plant Life Cycle Management.

He also ran Intergraph’s Information Management, Shipbuilding, and Mechanical product centers at various times. Prior to Intergraph, he was the Product Manager for the Unigraphics suite of products in the mechanical marketplace.

“RealityWave is poised on the edge of an enormous opportunity, enabling companies to access and visualize their Industrial Data, from anywhere, and integrating it within any application,” said Bardwell Salmon, RealityWave CEO and president. “Bringing Rob on board was a strategic move designed to reshape the way we move within the market, bringing our message to the masses. Already we have seen a significant shift in attention our solution is getting, simply from having Rob and his reputation on board.”

About RealityWave RealityWave develops the leading Internet-architected platform powering Industrial Data Collaboration. RealityWave’s patented VizStream® Platform enables the access, visualization, and integration of Industrial Data, including complex 3D models, for web-based collaboration and communication applications. VizStream® enables hierarchical streaming, allowing 3D graphics and models to be viewed, animated, refined, and configured, fast and efficiently, over any network connection.

RealityWave’s technology and products empower companies worldwide, including Autodesk, Bentley Systems, Centric Software, Hitachi Zosen, IntraTECH, Lexent, Menasha, SolidWorks, SRAC, Tecnomatix Technologies, and Virdev, to develop and offer next-generation web-based Industrial Data Collaboration tools and services. For more information, visit the RealityWave web site at www.realitywave.com, or call (617) 864-5010.


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