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A new era – learn about the powerful combination of Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT) and Phyn.
Our mission is to get the world to speak the language of water.
2 out of every 3 people may struggle to access clean water
Just a few years ago, UN Water published an alarming statistic—that in less than 20 years, two out of every three people on the planet could face a shortage of clean water. That possibility is now a reality, pushing some toward measures that sound straight out of science fiction. For example, the UAE has considered towing broken slabs of Antarctica’s ice shelf across an ocean to Dubai to combat drought.
In other parts of the world, the situation seems less dire.
But even in regions where water is most abundant, we lose so much of it to preventable leaks hidden behind walls and under sinks. In fact, here in the US, 10% of homes have leaks that waste over 90 gallons a day. And a study by Michigan State University reveals that in just five years, nearly one third of the US will lack affordable access to water if this trend continues.
If we could all speak water
These challenges are what motivates our innovation at Phyn. We believe that by developing technology that allows us to listen to and understand our water, we can provide simple tools to empower every one of us to take action to protect our homes, our communities and our planet.
We have a long, long history with water. And we have a bright future ahead if we all speak its language.
Our mission is to get the world to speak the language of water.
2 out of every 3 people may struggle to access clean water
Just a few years ago, UN Water published an alarming statistic—that in less than 20 years, two out of every three people on the planet could face a shortage of clean water. That possibility is now a reality, pushing some toward measures that sound straight out of science fiction. For example, the UAE has considered towing broken slabs of Antarctica’s ice shelf across an ocean to Dubai to combat drought.
In other parts of the world, the situation seems less dire.
But even in regions where water is most abundant, we lose so much of it to preventable leaks hidden behind walls and under sinks. In fact, here in the US, 10% of homes have leaks that waste over 90 gallons a day. And a study by Michigan State University reveals that in just five years, nearly one third of the US will lack affordable access to water if this trend continues.
If we could all speak water
These challenges are what motivates our innovation at Phyn. We believe that by developing technology that allows us to listen to and understand our water, we can provide simple tools to empower every one of us to take action to protect our homes, our communities and our planet.
We have a long, long history with water. And we have a bright future ahead if we all speak its language.

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