IoT Needs Water In 2017

It’s a new year and that means new things will join the internet of things and enter our smart homes.

DRiY by Ark Labs is one of those things.

The one major thing the internet of things is missing is water. Water is necessary for all life forms and we use it for so many things every day, so why wouldn’t we incorporate it into the internet of things along with the rest of our smart devices?

It only makes sense for a water monitoring device to enter buildings in 2017. With billions spent on insurance claims due to water damage each year, gallons upon gallons of water wasted, and many people experiencing droughts, water is a very hot topic and we need a device that can help.

In condominiums alone, DRiY could put a huge dent in lowering the amount of money spent on water damage. And then, as it enters more and more building as a part of the internet of things, we will continue to see a decrease in the amount of money spent on water damage repairs.

Technology is improving every single day, and we are improving our own share of technology at Ark Labs every day, too.

We know the need for a water monitoring system and we know DRiY is the perfect fit for that need.

Forbes says, some predict that by 2020, the number of Internet-connected things will reach or even exceed 50 billion.

DRiY is part of that potential 50 billion and it’s making a huge splash in the world of water. No more damage in condominiums, no more damage in hospitals, no more damage in homes.

We can change the way we use water and change the way it uses us.

The internet of things is ready for DRiY. Are you?