Internet of things: Wakanda

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses
1 min readOct 16, 2021

In general, there are two subjects to which I am accustomed: the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and Africa’s future.

photo credit robin glauser

Both are closely linked, and all of the advancements are centered on them.
Many other continents will be left behind if the Internet of Things fails in Africa.

Africa’s future, though, could be in a bit of a coma if not for IoT, the acronym for the Internet of things.

Someone might say,

African cities, in contrast to Barcelona, lack coordinated communications between things. There will be no robotic baskets, delivery drones, sales robots, or robotic dogs in the future.

However, as I’m sure you’ll agree, I feel there’s room for alternative future narratives. That one day, we will be able to compare ourselves to Wakanda.

Despite the fact that Wakanda is a fictional country, it appears to be exactly what the world needs in the future. The resources we trade will be our creative minds and fields.

If you’re really interested, I recommend taking a Microcontroller programming course or watching a YouTube video to get you started. Microcontroller programming is not difficult.

Africa’s Internet of Things future is bright, both in terms of effect and money.



Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.