Start-up of the month: Bridgiot
(01 Feb 2018)

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Start-up of the month: Bridgiot

At the end of each month Expresso will feature a local business that is doing someting innovative to solve a problem unique to South Africa.

This month, we take a look at Bridgiot. A small company started by a group of former Stellenbosch University students, who developed a device that has proven invaluable during the water crisis in the Western Cape.

Bridgiot - Bridging the Internet of Things - develops smart internet connected devices that integrates with an online platform, providing access to clients from any online device.

They created a special water monitoring device called Dropula, which connects to your municipal water meter, and monitors water usage and flow.

Tech entrepreneur Steve Fortuin joined Expresso to tell us more about Bridgiot.

 

You can find out more about Bridgiot here: https://www.bridgiot.co.za/


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