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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 12:04 am Post subject: Aquarium Startup in India Reply with quote

 What  would  be  a  good  way  to  validate  an  idea  for  a  startup  based  on  intelligent  aquariums  ?  I  have  a  background  in  computer  science  and  have  always  loved  Nature  aquariums  (have  a  90G  diy  ada  style  setup).  
 
 Would  it  make  sense  to  have  a  very  low-cost  automation  solution  with  lighting/feeding/co2/ferts.  It  has  been  done  in  the  past,  and  there  exist  commercial  hardware  for  the  same.  However,  the  price  point  is  steep  IMO.  
 
 I  also  had  some  ideas  with  few  algorithms  to  learn  your  style  of  aquarium  keeping  'habits'.  The  computer  can  then  take  over  after  following  your  feeding/lighting/dosing  cycles  and  at  the  same  time  maintain  a  global  optimum  to  keep  a  balanced  state.  There  would  of-course  be  ph/nitrate/PAR/flow/temp  sensors  for  feedback.  Then  maybe  a  phone  app  where  you  can  always  know  about  the  state  of  the  tank.  
 
 Just  wanted  to  get  few  opinions  from  the  community  if  they  would  prefer  something  of  this  sort.  On  the  flip  side,  I  reckon  that  fish  keeping  has  mostly  been  a  DIY  kind  of  experience  for  most  people  ,  some  would  rather  prefer  to  actively  'maintain'  their  tank  themselves,  which  perhaps  adds  to  the  whole  concept  of  fish-keeping.
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