|By Business Wire||
|June 9, 2014 11:37 AM EDT||
Sensibo (www.sensibo.com) maker of a smart air conditioning system, can officially begin the next steps towards manufacturing the device after reaching and exceeding its crowdfunding goal. In just 10 days, Sensibo surpassed its target on Indiegogo and is continuing to raise funds as the company prepares for the production process. The expected delivery date of the Sensibo smart system is January 2015.
Sensibo’s Co-Founder & CEO, Omer Enbar, has expressed his gratitude towards everyone who has contributed and helped the Sensibo team achieve their Indiegogo goal.
“We are thrilled by the support we have received from the Indiegogo community and from the enthusiastic response of our backers. We think Sensibo will significantly improve users’ everyday lives, making them feel more comfortable with a solution that is both intelligent and intuitive. We are grateful for all of the contributions we have received thus far and look forward to a cool future with Sensibo,” Enbar said.
Sensibo is a new technology that transforms any remote controlled air conditioner into a smart system. It was recently launched on Indiegogo with a $70,000 goal. Sensibo allows people to manage the temperature of their homes through smartphones, tablets, Pebble watches, and computers. Sensibo’s smart system is built for simplicity, learning the user’s preferences by asking a basic question - is it hot or cold?
While there are other smart air conditioning systems available, Sensibo brings a unique mix of features to the modern connected home. For instance, Sensibo is easy to install and is easily transferable from one air conditioner to another. Additionally, Sensibo comes preprogrammed for almost all of the world’s remote controlled A/C units - it just works right out of the box.
Sensibo recently launched an Indiegogo campaign for its system that turns remote controlled air conditioners into smart, portable, connected systems. Leveraging geofencing, iBeacons, and other technologies, Sensibo can save an average of 40 percent on A/C energy costs.
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