Director of software development,
“Mark’s promotion reflects the tremendous work he’s done over the years as head of our software development team,” said AirPatrol CTO, Dr.
A veteran software engineer with nearly a quarter century of experience, Wilson honed his skills in the fast-paced environment of enterprise and security software startups. As AirPatrol’s head of software development, he helped take the company’s award-winning wireless and telecommunication security products from concept stage to commercial sales.
In his new role, Wilson’s duties will include overseeing AirPatrol’s software development team as well as the hardware development group that designs the company’s line of cellular and WiFi sensors. Wilson will be based out of the company’s engineering office in
“I’m very excited about the opportunity to continue building on the success of AirPatrol’s solutions,” Wilson said. “I think we’re at the very beginning of an era in which mobile security and location-based services will be a critical part of virtually every aspect of business, and I look forward to helping AirPatrol play a vital role,” he added.
AirPatrol, a wholly-owned subsidiary of
Through focused, custom technology solutions,
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