We love technology and we know that it is a powerful positive impact tool.
Check out our track record and see how many wonderful things we have already accomplished:
Pluvi.On came to life inspired by Safecast, in which cars have been sensorized to monitor, collect, and openly share information on environmental radiation after the devastating earthquake and tsunami which struck eastern Japan, subsequently causing meltdown of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
We have been incubated at RedBull Basement, where we started building our first prototypes. At this stage, models were assembled in laser-cut acrylic sheets and inner parts made in 3D printers.
We have partnered with Lapa's Regional Prefecture, in Sao Paulo, for installing our first network of weather stations. Over the following few months we spread the network to the whole city, having 90 stations installed in total.
We have been approved as residents of Campus Sao Paulo, Google Space. During this residency we have gotten in touch with Googlers from all over the world and had the chance to learn from them more about technology, scalability and business.
Pluvi Open Source <3 We released an open source version of the project during the biggest independent convention dedicated to futurism in Brazil: Friends of Tomorrow Conference. On this conference we have also been awarded current year's Startup of Positive Impact.
We received investment to develop our hardware in partnership with Campinas' CPqD (Telecom Research and Development Center). The new version, which is sturdier than the former, features new sensors capable of collecting more information and improve connectivity.
In Paris, we attended Hello Tomorrow Global Summit. We were nominated one of the 500 Deep-Tech Startups in the world using technology aiming on positive impact.
We know that what we offer can help companies in many ways, such as being resilient to climatic events. In November we started implementing our B2B models.
We received our first round of investments!
We are part of the first group of Facebook's first innovation center in the world: Hack Station. In partnership with Artemísia they aim to accelerate business using data for social impact.
We have published a new version of Saint Peter Bot, providing accurate weather information and issuing warning alerts in situations of risk.
We dream of a world where people and business are resilient to climatic events and no longer fear dark clouds.