Tersa Steam is a wall mounted, 10-minute clothing care system. As Tersa’s CEO, Charlie Warden, describes it, “It’s as easy as your single cup coffee maker.” The Tersa team started building their product with an Arduino because it was the perfect platform for prototyping.
“Arduino is great because you’re easily able to alter the code. It’s super intuitive, and when you don’t know very much about electrical engineering, it comes in handy,” notes Aaron Tate, Tersa’s Chief Product Officer.
The Arrow Certification Program helped Tersa refine the design for their clothing care solution to take it to production. Tersa then eventually raised more than 200% of their crowdfunding goal via Indiegogo.
Now more creators, designers, and entrepreneurs can join the Internet of Arduino Challenge, powered by Arrow and Indiegogo. You can submit your Arduino-based IoT idea and bring it to life with the Arrow Certification Program — and possibly win $50,000 in funding.
The possibilities are endless with Arduino. Pair that with the engineering and production resources from the Arrow Certification Program, and you can have the next successful Indiegogo campaign.
Submit your design now for a chance to win $50,000 in funding. Entries open May 12th, 2018, and ends August 31st, 2018.