'Smoke detector for noise' aims to stop short term rental parties
The co-founder of Noiseaware, Dave Krauss, started his company after a woman said she was renting his short term rental property for a quiet weekend turned out to be using it for a 'mini-Coachella.' - Ben Bergman, KPCC
As the city of Los Angeles debates whether short-term rentals should be regulated, hosts who rent their places on sites like Airbnb are hoping a new device will help their cause.
“Our tool works like a smoke detector for noise,” Noiseaware Co-founder Dave Krauss said Wednesday during an impromptu demonstration in L.A.
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