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CSE startup SNUPI: First among GeekWire’s “Seattle 10”

logo-smallGeekWire writes:

“Seattle is ripe with innovation …

“With that in mind, we’re excited to announce the Seattle 10, presented in partnership with the Museum of History & Industry and the new Bezos Center for Innovation.

“This is a list of some of the most promising emerging technology companies in the region …

“As a member of the Seattle 10, each company will get the opportunity to sketch their business concepts on giant six-foot by six-foot cocktail napkins. Those napkins, which were delivered to the companies last week, will be displayed at MOHAI, making their debut at the big GeekWire Gala on Dec. 4th.”

CSE alum Jeremy Jaech – co-founder of the startup SNUPI along with CSE professors Shwetak Patel and Matt Reynolds and graduate student Gabe Cohn, states:

“In our increasingly busy lives, we all seek peace of mind that our home, and what’s in it, is safe. The SNUPI Team has tackled just that, creating a sensor system that monitors home hazards related to moisture, temperature and humidity. We’ve incorporated user-friendly guidance and convenient modes of communication to allow for an interactive experience, so you’re always in the know. Our product is environmentally conscious, using a battery that lasts for over ten years, and letting you maintain your home’s resources for a sustainable future. SNUPI is here to give the world safer, healthier and smarter homes.”

Read more here.  Learn about SNUPI’s first offering, Wally, here.

November 14, 2013