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Ottawa company quickly becoming 'one to watch'

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas hosted more than 3-thousand exhibitors last week, all vying for the attention of the Googles and Sonys of the world. And one Ottawa start-up managed to make it happen. Blacksumac came away from the show with a design and engineering award for its home security product called Piper. Company co-founder and CEO Russell Ure brought one with him to the studio for his conversation with Robyn:

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For more on the Piper, visit their website at getpiper.com.

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