In the News

4 May 2016

Startup Spotlight: Creators say Zilker valve could save Austinites water, money

“Zilker allows users to control their outdoor hose from their smartphone or can be programmed to adjust automatically based on the weather.”

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3 May 2016

Kickstarter Weekly: Cook Everywhere with Enki Stove Wild, Up Your Speaker Game with Essence and More

“Want a more intelligent irrigation system but don’t have a sprinkler system? Zilker can solve that.”

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29 April 2016

Smart Irrigation Valve Adds Connectivity and Automation to Any Hose

“Zilker aims to bring smarter watering to more yards, without adding a costly sprinkler system.”

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25 April 2016

Zilker Water Valve from AustinDevices Can Save Thousands in Costs

“Intelligent water management device seeks to join Internet of Things with Kickstarter campaign launch”

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25 April 2016

This Smart Hose Will Only Water Your Lawn When Needed

“Zilker reckons it can do the same job as a specialist in-ground sprinkler system, but for far less. And by smarter use of water, may save you a fair bit on water usage too.”

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22 April 2016

Want to Save Water? Zilker Offers Efficient Smart Irrigation

“The company aims to minimize that wasted water, and estimates that Zilker can potentially save 800 billion gallons of water a year, not to mention its related ability to reduce water costs.”

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22 April 2016

A Former Apple Designer Built a ‘Nest’ for Your Water Spigot

“Zilker aims to stand out from most of the currently marketed products by having an app and weather-based smart programming for traditional hose-to-sprinkler setups.”

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16 April 2016

Tech on tap: Zilker aims to tame the garden hose

“Zilker is designed to help you conserve water every day, by applying water only when and where in your landscape it is needed. Ultimately, that will reduce your monthly water bill and contribute to the overall sustainability posture of your homestead.”

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8 April 2016

Austin Resident Seeks to Ease Water Troubles With New Invention

“The city of Austin says its average resident uses 136 gallons of water each day. But under Stage 2 restrictions, people are only allowed to water their lawns once a week. Our Stef Manisero introduces us to an Austinite who said his creation can help.”

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