Chinese IoT business towards Africa?

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IoT is about connecting exponentially more devices to the internet.

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IoT is growing and will continue to grow beyond 2017. IHS Technology predicts that there will be 75 billion connected devices by 2020.

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Top 10 African Internet of Things startups to watch

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We show you 5, the most reasonable of all these TOP 10

The Internet of Things is disrupting every aspect of business and industry. It is transforming the way industries function and interact with the world. IoT is also impacting the way people live, work, entertain, and travel. According to Gartner, there will be 8.4 billion connected things in use worldwide this year. On the back of this trend, a number of startups have come up with innovative IoT solutions to our most difficult challenges in energy, safety and security, healthcare and food security. Here’s a list of 10 African IoT startups to watch this year.

  1. UjuziKilimo Kenya-based UjuziKilimo has developed a soil analysis platform that measures soil characteristics for assessing quality in farming use cases.
  1. Illuminum Greenhouses Kenyan startup Illuminum Greenhouse develops innovative solutions for the agricultural sector. Its greenhouses use solar panels and sensors to control and maintain an optimal growing environment. 
  1. BRCK BRCK created the PicoBRCK, which is a rugged mobile WiFi hotspot that’s described as a backup generator for the internet. BRCK is the only company in East Africa that has a full stack of engineering for products: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, firmware and OS software teams, as well as full-stack cloud engineers. The company connects markets to the internet. 
  1. Lumkani Lumkani is responsible for an early-warning fire detection system geared for informal settlements. the startup has developed a small blue device which consists of heat detectors for homes.
  2. MCX AgriTech South African Indoor farming system, MCX AgriTech aims to improve the sustainability and efficiency of agriculture. The company augments agriculture with automated vertical farming.

IT News Africa will host the second edition of the Internet of Things Forum Africa on 14 and 15 March 2018 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg. Internet of Things Forum Africa 2018 (#IOTFA2018) will tackle transformational IoT trends and explore the benefits of IoT in different industries.


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