Internet Of Things, Making life better for Africans
85% of African are currently using biomass to cook( Charcoal and Firewood ) to cook, Reason is LPG(Gas) is a expensive and the upfront fee is expensive, so it is extremely difficult for people to have a clean cooking.
Solving the problem is by developing a smart valve that make Africans Pay-as-they-cook no need of upfront fee
With the smart device, you can check the level of the gas, send the information to the nearest gas refilling station, they come to your house and refill for you.
The same device can be applied to the health sector in Africa to measure the level of the oxygen to alert the nurse.
With the above solution, biomass user wont pollute the air and will live a better life
IoT is making like better for Africans.
Mr at rLoop Incorporated
Oluwatobi Oyinlola is an Embedded Systems Engineer, Inventor, IoT Evangelist, Tech Speaker with an extensive experience in Embedded Systems Design, IoT, Robotics and Firmware engineering.
He is a dynamic individual who is passionate in building the young tech generation, Intel Awarded him as “Intel Software Innovator” representing Africa in various spotlights of innovative competitions. A passionate member of IoT Europe which he was featured representing Africa on World IoT day explaining how he uses IoT to solve some critical Africa Challenges. Oluwatobi also represented Africa in a competition organized by Hackaday in San Francisco, USA where he built a Lightning Sensor which automatically check for Thunder strike and can be logged remotely.
Recently he has been working in the avionics sector with rLoop Incorporated (a company sharing the dream of realizing the fifth mode of transportation initiated by Elon Musk, i.e. the Hyperloop)
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