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IoT innovation in solar powered milling

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Eseye, IoT M2M connectivity company has helped Village Infrastructure Angels (VIA) to use to open a new chapter on how pay-as-you-go solar technology can be applied in rural villages.

Jeremy Potgieter, Eseye, Regional Head, SADC, says that the VIA project is an excellent example of what can be achieved in Africa, using the same approach: “Pay-as-you-go solar technology can be applied in several instances across Africa. We are excited to have such a valuable case study to use as a benchmark and example of the power of our technology solutions.”

VIA, in partnership with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), and grant support of the GSMA Mobile for Development Utilities Innovation Fund began building projects in Vanuatu in the South Pacific – an area which is often overlooked due to its small size. The mission of the local government is to provide universal access to electricity and communication by 2020, and it relies on initiatives such as the projects built by VIA.

The mills are leased to local female entrepreneurs using pay-as-you-go financial technology to create an affordable finance package. A mill therefore not only serves the needs of the wider community, it also becomes the entrepreneur’s livelihood.

To deliver what the entrepreneur needs to run her business, it is essential that the system includes technology, which effectively measures the DC energy being consumed. Without this data, VIA cannot design the system to correctly charge the batteries to work for the length of time required. The system, therefore, needs connectivity – which is where the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes imperative. Using a SIM card, the data can be automatically collected and sent directly to VIA.

Vanuatu has several mobile network operators. A SIM could, therefore, be used from any local operator, and if the device is being used in an area which has coverage, it will work. The problem, however, is that no one operator covers the whole area. This means entrepreneurs leasing mills cannot be assured of their connectivity. With Eseye’s help, VIA has used this valuable technology to open a new chapter on how pay-as-you-go solar technology can be applied in rural villages.

The SIM’s enhanced features also enable IoT devices to remotely and securely activate, provision, authenticate and certify devices or ‘things’, infield, over-the-air. Integration with AWS Cloud Services, further simplifies project set up and deployment by reducing the need for investment in specialist in-house infrastructure and development resources. By adding AWS’ software tools and cloud the business establishes the means to simply and quickly analyse data and to scale instantly and securely, on demand.

Eseye was tested amongst 15 suppliers – from the UK, to as far afield as Finland, Australia and China.

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