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Distributed wireless sensors are increasingly being used to monitor all sorts of things—from water quality in a river to the oven in your kitchen. A startup in the U.K. called Pachube wants to kick-start a revolution in new apps and services by providing ways for anyone to share and access all this sensor data.

The 11-person firm, started in 2007, has developed sensor gateway that collects data feeds in many different formats and converts them into commonly used standards in real time. Pachube (pronounced "patchbay") processes six million points of data per day, and recently built its own cloud-based storage platform to handle a growing amount of data.

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Category: Science