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UW startup SNUPI in MIT Technology Review

sensor“Earlier this month, as Google was snatching up the smart-thermostat maker Nest for $3.2 billion, a lesser known home sensor company made its own announcement. SNUPI Technologies, a Seattle startup, said it had garnered $7.5 million in funding. That might be pocket change compared to the Nest deal, but it was a significant endorsement just ahead of SNUPI’s first product launch: a low-power wireless sensor network called WallyHome that tracks humidity, water leaks, and temperature throughout a building.”

SNUPI’s “parents” are UW CSE+EE faculty members Shwetak Patel and Matt Reynolds, UW EE graduating Ph.D. student Gabe Cohn, and UW CSE alum Jeremy Jaech.

Read more in MIT Technology Review here.  Learn more about SNUPI here.

January 23, 2014