“The most exciting thing about bringing this product to market right now is that it integrates seamlessly in the new SmartHome ecosystem" Keri Waters, CEO & Co-Founder Calliope
Las Vegas, January 6, 2016 (PRWEB) January 06, 2016
CALLIOPE WATERWORKS is honored to announce that they are competing in TechCrunch’s Hardware Battlefield at CES 2016, with their first product. Calliope is a groundbreaking new IoT device that provides homeowners with real-time information about water use throughout the home and notifications when water is being wasted, including from leaks. Calliope is a single device that requires no manual calibration. The remote emergency shutoff feature allows homeowners to respond and limit water damage until they can return home.
Visit us at the Eureka Park TechCrunch area booth 81339
“The most exciting thing about bringing this product to market right now is that it integrates seamlessly in the new SmartHome ecosystem. For the first time, you will be able to manage and understand your water use, identify leaks, and take action, all as naturally and easily as you manage your daily finances or your weekly grocery list. We see our product as a must-have in a modern home.” – Keri Waters, CEO & Co-founder, Calliope.
Water utility prices in the United States are rising, on average, three times faster than any other utility bill. A combination of aging infrastructure and diminishing supply has caused many municipalities to move to tiered water rates. The average household spends over $3,000 annually on water service. By eliminating water wasted from leaks, and the associated water damage caused, that household would save more than $300 per year.
“We are thrilled to debut on the TechCrunch Battlefield stage,” said Hilary Bryant, Chief Marketing Officer, Calliope. “The TechCrunch audience is just the kind of forward-thinking, technology savvy group that we think will immediately grasp the near and long-term possibilities of having this kind of intelligence as part of their homes’ infrastructure.”
Calliope is currently in private beta and will become widely available in summer 2016.
About CALLIOPE WATERWORKS
Calliope Waterworks is a privately-held Santa Cruz, California-based Internet of Things startup that is revolutionizing the way consumers manage their water use. The company is pursuing three key goals: providing advanced leak detection with a single device, connecting the household plumbing system seamlessly into the emerging SmartHome ecosystem, and bringing tools, education, and data together to become the hub for household water budgeting.
For more information, visit http://www.calliopewater.com