University of Washington spin-out SNUPI Technologies has raised $7.5m in series A for a device to look for water leaks.

SNUPI Technologies, a University of Washington spin-out manufacturing home-based sensor devices, has raised $7.5m in series A funding.

The round was led by the Washington Research Foundation, with participation from venture firm the Madrona Venture Group. Madrona previously took part in SNUPI’s $1.5m seed round, along with investment firm Radar Partners, in 2012. The Seattle-based firm has now secured $9m in venture funding.

The company is developing a wireless sensor network for the home which looks for water leaks and…

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