|By Business Wire||
|May 20, 2014 10:51 AM EDT||
Sensibo, (http://www.sensibo.com/) a new technology that lets people control their home temperature from their smartphone, tablet, computer, and pebble watch, launched its Indiegogo campaign today to raise $70,000 to bring the device into production.
Sensibo’s system is compatible with the vast majority of air conditioners around the world. Although, similar solutions have been released, Sensibo offers key advantages that set it apart from the competition.
Sensibo is a personalized air conditioning solution that remembers user preferences and learns user behavior in order to provide the correct temperature, while also saving energy. The system consists of a central hub connected to the Internet and individual nodes that are attached to the air conditioner units. Sensibo uses smart 3M mounting tape allowing it to be installed in only a couple of minutes. This also ensures that Sensibo is super-portable, making the system perfect for renters.
Sensibo is extremely user friendly, the technology lets users know how much time it will take for the A/C to reach comfort level. Additionally, Sensibo leverages iBeacon technology to automatically see what room users are in and control the A/C. With one slick interface users are able to control all the air conditioners in their house, no matter what brand the air conditioners are. Furthermore, Sensibo is the only smart air conditioner technology that offers a Pebble app.
This is not just about manually controlling air conditioners from different devices. With geo fencing, Sensibo is able to know when users are on their way home, the best time to turn on their air conditioner. Without compromising comfort, Sensibo is able to save users an average of 40% in A/C energy consumption. The technology also sends notifications to users to let them know when it’s time to clean or change their filters.
“We saw a huge opportunity to bring smart technology to the majority of the world’s A/C systems, filling a critical gap in the market without asking users to go out and buy a whole new air conditioner,” said Omer Enbar CEO and Co-founder of Sensibo, “We believe that Sensibo will resonate with the Indiegogo community, and believe they will help make this technology widely available.”
Visit Sensibo’s Indiegogo campaign at: http://igg.me/at/sensibo
Sensibo was founded January 2014 by Omer Enbar and Ran Roth. The Sensibo technology makes any air conditioner smart.
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