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|Do You Think Deep Tech Can Solve Nigeria Logistics Problems? by ifisco(f): 12:04pm On Jul 01, 2021|
Lagos, the economic hub of West Africa, home to over 14 million people, has been referred to as a
That comes as no surprise as the city attracts individuals across Africa's most populous country, making
it a fertile ground for economic prosperity.
No wonder the fast rate of technological development in the country centers majorly on the "ethnic
smorgasbord." From its thriving entertainment industry to e-commerce, Lagos has a lot to offer to
anyone who patiently observes and understands the rhythmic heartbeat of the vast city and fine-tune
business plans to fit the rowdy, boisterous nature of the thriving city.
No wonder in recent years, several e-commerce businesses have entered the heart of Lagos. From big-
time corporate e-commerce firm, Jumia to the social media vendor, who lives next door, everyone seeks
to appease the insatiable desires for just the right wares Lagosians are endlessly craving.
However, for a city that roars to life while the sun sleeps and barely sleeps, Lagosians are known to be
very impatient. A challenge that further strains the fragile and frail bonds of the city's logistics services.
That alongside the impeding traffic, Lagosians habitually battle, makes logistics services a nightmare in
the megacity. If you throw in the dreadful condition of roads, which are often inaccessible after a
downpour, the city logistics industry is left grappling with life.
To say Lagos, the logistics industry is in need of immense and immediate modifications and alterations
would be an understatement.
Rosenics Technologies, a start-up founded by young, innovative millennials and Generation Z, has
sought to correct the mishap of Lagos' logistics industry through the implementation of drone delivery
for effective and efficient logistics.
Rosenics Technologies drone, which comes armed with GPS trackers for real-time monitoring of package
deliveries, can deliver packages that weigh as much as 7kg, with a view of increasing the size as the company grows and has an average flight doped of 30km/hr.
Packages are secured in waterproof latex to ensure they remain in a pristine state when delivered.
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