We’ve followed Ray Slatton and his SecureWaters, Inc. start-up since our days at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, when he was working to license the AquaSentinel technology. Fast forward three years or so, and we were pleased to learn recently that the company has been accepted into the prestigious Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence program.
What’s this mean for SecureWaters? It’s an opportunity to work with Cisco and its global partner ecosystem to build a next-generation water quality and security solution for smart cities. The Cisco program is the latest recognition for SecureWaters which was recognized as one of the 50 most promising global environmental products by the Kauffman Foundation, won the IBM Smartcamp, and was a finalist for the Katerva Awards in 2013 and 2014.
Click here to read the SecureWaters release (SecureWaters-Cisco).