SAN CARLOS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nascent Objects presented their IoT product development platform and new drought-busting water conservation product at the 2015 O’Reilly Solid Conference, and were announced as one of the winners of the Startup Showcase.
SolidCon is an Internet of Things (IoT) conference organized by O’Reilly Media that took place this year at Fort Mason in San Francisco. The conference features a series of speakers as well as exhibits by established players in the IoT space, such as Autodesk and Intel. Thirty startups selected by O’Reilly competed in the Startup Showcase, where a panel of judges evaluated each startup’s pitch to determine the winners.
As one of the companies selected to participate in the showcase, Nascent Objects exhibited their production platform for IoT devices. The Nascent Objects platform reduces product development timelines from months to days by using modular electronics and a new process to generate 3D printed circuitry. Consumers benefit from being able to switch modules from one product to another, saving as much as 50% on the cost of buying new smart devices (such as smart security cameras or fitness trackers).
Nascent Objects is launching the platform with a series of products constructed with their technology. The first of these products is H2SHOW, a smart water monitor aimed at increasing conservation in light of the California drought. With H2SHOW, users can set a water budget using their city’s conservation goals. They then place the device next to a faucet or shower where it detects water usage, and displays the remaining budget for that point of use. H2SHOW is available for pre-order.
“It’s great to be able to do something to address the drought and help save water,” said Baback Elmieh, Nascent Objects founder and CEO. “Being able to use our technology to make this product quickly means that we can make a difference when it matters most. We started developing the H2SHOW when we heard about the water conservation mandates, and we’ll be launching it in just two months.”
Readers interested in learning more about H2SHOW and pre-ordering should go to www.H2SHOW.co.
For more information about Nascent Objects, visit www.NascentObjects.com.