Stephanie Palmeri, a principal with SoftTech VC, asked how the start-up planned to monetize its service.
Chow said the 30 percent gross margin on the BloomSky device is "healthy," adding that the start-up intends to expand its community of app users as well as implement hyperlocal targeted ads.
He also said BloomSky plans to leverage strategic partnerships with organizations interested in weather data and predictive forecasting, including educational institutions, national parks, government entities and the travel industry.
But Alicia Syrett, board member of New York Angels, asked how BloomSky stood up against competitors in weather forecasting. Chow said the camera sets BloomSky apart. "BloomSky users can easily search and view realtime, hyper local weather data and images at their locations of interest."
Headquartered in Menlo Park, California, the start-up has raised $5 million in Series A funding.
In the coming year BloomSky plans to deliver over 20,000 devices in the U.S and expand its mobile app user base to 3 Million, Chow told CNBC.