A Wi-Fi connected water

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/14/2013, pA02
A Wi-Fi connected water sensor recharges its battery using the flow of water through the device. Called Driblet, the sensor is available starting at $49 on the Dragoninnovation site that helps new companies raise funds. The website says Driblet can be installed in showers, on backyard faucets and the like to monitor water use while recharging itself.


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