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Africa's IoT Startups To Invest In

Here are the most active startups leveraging IoT in addressing major challenges in Africa.

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Vula Telematix

Vula Telematix

An IoT infrastructure enabler that links machines wirelessly reducing the cost of development and offering faster time to market. Vula Telemax is a fully unconstrained intensive technology development that provides very low cost, feature rich, and robust connectivity for IoT devices across multiple business sectors.

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UjuziKilimo

UjuziKilimo

A data driven agronomy services company helping farmers with crop yield optimization through sensor technology and data analytics. UjuziKilimo provides farm specific recommendations on fertilizers, seeds, crop management and agronomic support through mobile phone using SMS.

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HealthQ

HealthQ

HealthQ Technologies is a high-tech company combining skills from various disciplines to provide solutions in the digital health and wellness space.

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IoT.nxt

IoT.nxt

IoT.nxt gives solutions that help their customers to use quality technology and at the same time, have interoperability and be in a position to connect various deployed systems.

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Illuminum Greenhouses

Illuminum Greenhouses

A platform that uses solar energy and sensors to control and maintain a favorable environment for plants.The platform develops affordable, current greenhouses and installs automatic drip irrigation kits for smallholder farmers by using the locally available resources.

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BRCK

BRCK

BRCK builds the tools for connectivity between humans through product design in Africa. 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.