Water is life and yet it is still in very short supply for much of this planet, including California. It flows invisibly through our pipes, emerging onto our fields of food, or through our home faucets, shower-heads, and other appliances. What is its cost? In dollars, in energy, in other impacts upon the ecosystem from which it was drawn? Come and hear from two startups working to improve water use on farms (Ceres Imaging) and in our homes (Buoy Labs) and also hear from a secret speaker from one of the biggest water non-profits in the city on why developing these technologies matters so much right now. Our Schedule
6:00PM - 6:30PM - Dinner and networking
6:35PM - 7:45PM - Intro, Presentations and Q&A
7:45PM - 8:30PM - Further refreshments and networking
8:30PM - 10PM - Continued Conversation & drinks at nearby bar (Perry's 1 block away)
Anthony Atlas, VP Product, Ceres Imaging (http://bit.ly/2p2CSDp)
Anthony leads product and growth into new markets. His job is to help Ceres assess market opportunities, achieve product-market fit for each new crop and territory we enter, and implement a defensible product strategy. A big component of that is figuring out how to do high growth research and development at the intersections of science, engineering, and design.
Keri Waters, CEO and Co-founder, Buoy Labs (http://bit.ly/2Hl2pzg)
Topical Keynote TBD
Ceres Imaging - https://www.ceresimaging.net
Buoy Labs - https://www.buoy.ai
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Thanks to our sponsor Orange Fab for providing us with a venue and food for this meetup!