My Portfolio Startup, BeepTool, Unveils Products To Connect Rural Nigeria Via Satellites

My Portfolio Startup, BeepTool, Unveils Products To Connect Rural Nigeria Via Satellites

Our vision in BeepTool is to connect every village in Nigeria to the world wide web. From rural health clinic to farming communities, we have the BeepTool satellite to make that connectivity happen. And our most affordable smartphones and tablets will empower people to go digital. These tablets and phones are engineered to turn GSM devices into satellite nodes so that you can go online, affordably, via satellites even when GSM operators like MTN and Glo are not present. Yes, we turn GSM phones through proprietary apps to work on our satellite systems.

The BeepTool solution is an innovative rural satellite connectivity network that enables robust, low-cost satellite services for a large number of users throughout Africa. The BeepTool custom and proprietary satellite Wi-Fi hotspots terminals loaded with the BeepTool Satellite firmware and the  BeepTool Satellite app beaming data connectivity wifi to more than 100 devices at the same time within the radius. The BeepTool proprietary satellite Wi-Fi hotspots terminals are built with speciation payload that can connect to any GEO and LEO Satellites network on KU, KA and S-band.

Your village, schools, health centers, etc need to be online irrespective of the location in Nigeria. Yes, with the telehealth system, you can have a “doctor link” in a room in your company, your church, your mosque, or your village where workers, members, villagers, etc can go in and consult with expert medical professionals from around the world in real time. Lafiya telehealth will transform our communities. Lafiya interfaces with Medcera – the world’s only location-agnostic electronic health record system with modules for doctors, labs, imaging centers, insurance, patients, etc.

BeepTool infrastructure is security-hardened and we cover many industries including logistics, agriculture, healthcare, financial services, defence/law enforcement, and more. Our proprietary software which makes GSM phones to “function like satellite phones” using our BeepTool firmware is reducing costs of connectivity for law enforcement and other players at scale. Our cost model is multiples lower because we have solved many challenges at new protocol layers.

The pricing is fully optimized to help the excluded, unconnected, unbanked, and underserved rural and remote low-income Nigerians and  Africans to the move of digital economy. We have worked hard to make this happen and today, we are taking orders.

Email [email protected] for your orders.

Telehealth system connected via BeepTool
Beeptool Nanosatellites
BeepTool use cases

 

Oyi 1 smartphone

 

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5 thoughts on “My Portfolio Startup, BeepTool, Unveils Products To Connect Rural Nigeria Via Satellites

  1. This is digital conglomerate by Africans, and for Africa. The reach and possible applications that can be built within this ecosystem is innumerable, and more will come to light over time.

    The benefits will certainly be more than what is stated here, as more insights and perspectives begin to emerge.

    The future is beginning to look more promising than ever. It’s the greatest time to be alive, if you are not living now – you are missing!

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  2. The pricing is fully optimized to help the excluded, unconnected, unbanked, and underserved rural and remote low-income Nigerians and Africans to the move of digital economy. We have worked hard to make this happen and today, we are taking orders.

    Email [email protected] for your orders.

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  3. Digital inclusion should be a national priority in Africa and should be a high priority in Nigeria.

    High-speed Internet access is widely recognized as a necessity for full participation in today’s society. Employers, educators, businesses, healthcare providers, and civic institutions expect people to have access to computers and broadband connectivity. However, accessible, reliable, and affordable broadband service continues to be out of reach for more than 40 millions of Nigerians, many of whom live in low-income households and rural area. This gap in adoption of high-speed Internet and the lack of skills needed to use broadband-enabled tools in meaningful ways continue to be significant problems that policymakers, researchers, and practitioners need to focus on in Africa and in Nigeria.
    Digital Inclusion involves:
    1. Affordable Internet
    2. Affordable Equipment
    3. Digital Literacy Training
    4. Public Computer Access
    5. Affordable Healthcare, and Education
    6. Affordable communication and Smart farming
    7. Affordable financial inclusion.
    In BeepTool we believe it is possible! We are doing it!! Collaborate and partner with us, let do it together.
    contact [email protected] for more
    #BeepTool # #mobiletechnology #RuralWifi #Nigeria #Africa
    http://www.beeptool.com

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