Guess there is work to do.
The crazy vision from what seems like forever ago is coming to fruition and we’re excited for these next few steps.
That’s a lot of work stored inside of those boxes. Well, I guess it depends how you want to look at it.
There’s also more real-time water quality monitoring horsepower in those boxes than we’d have ever hoped for on that original napkin drawing. But also more work…
If you’re heading to CES®, please stop by and say hi.
We’re at the Arrow and Indiegogo booth (#51033) in Eureka Park at the the Sands Expo.
[Spoiler Alert] There’s going to be an Arduino or two laying around if you get the chance to stop by. Well, actually thousands. Many thousands.
Hope to see you at CES®
This is an exciting update for us to post. For those of you that have already backed us on Indiegogo, thank you and we’re getting close.
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Here are six of the first WaterBots coming off the line.
One or more of us around WaterBot HQ might have watched this on loop for an inordinate amount of time:
When we started this project, the notion of IBM writing a blog this long would have seemed laughably audacious as a goal.
We’re so appreciative that such important names in technology have taken notice of what we’re doing.
WaterBot: connected for safe water
There isn’t an emoticon to express how great this one is to type. This was a lot of long hours. A lot of trying and failing. And a lot of never giving up.
This project, when complete, matters. But it still feels great when other people see what you’re doing and offer their support. Verbal was great. The check is also very nice 🙂