Are we on the verge of a “sensor revolution?”
Sensorcon hopes so. The Buffalo-based tech startup envisions a world where the average person is empowered with a small device that reads temperature, carbon monoxide levels, dew point and more.
It started out as “The Death App.”
“I called it that because I couldn’t think of anything else,” says Tony Di Pietro.
Di Pietro’s “Death App” was the kernel of what became the winner of Rochester’s first Startup Weekend.