Technologies and science are growing at a fast pace and people around the globe are getting the highest benefits from these inventions and innovations. Still few countries are not enjoying the technical standards of contemporary technology like Afghanistan, Angola and the so-called nations of the BRICS. Below are the technologies that are suitable for the developing areas of the earth.
1. M-PESA APP
Kenya’s M-Pesa app allows the workers and industry members to transfer and receive money in the online form using this application in their mobiles. It is very widely being under use for child-support and the salaries of staffs. The Safaricom, largest network operator of Kenya, launched the app and now more than two-thirds of that nation is using it.
“Lifestraw” is one of the best technologies that will many benefits so many under-developed and developing countries of the world to save them from the crisis of proper access to safe drinking water. The innovation kills up to 99.9% of the germs present in water, and they have also already been using it in various schools of nations.
3. COMPUTER ANIMATION
One of the significant growths in technology in India is the development of computer animation. The field of animation science has changed the lives for more than 80,000 people of India by providing them with employment opportunities. Traditional animator jobs are now getting replaced by high-tech computer jobs.
Drones are aerial-cameras that are useful for capturing images of various landscapes and general view of the place from a height. This way, the transfer of blood supply to different hospitals of Rwanda is now seen vividly. Even remote hospitals are now getting blood supplies from these drones.
Robots are present in almost most of the countries of the earth, and few renowned developing countries like the Western areas of Europe and the United States are presently using robots in industries, automation, and for making employment efficient. The stock of robots has increased in a four-fold pace from 1993 to 2007 in the American states.
Few famous tech companies have been doing rigorous efforts to change and cut-down the division of educating among the children. They have started to teach students in a benefitting way, and the number of children from developing areas like Vietnam is seeing a drastic increase in educational services in forms like texting and information sharing.
Electricity is always a very problematic issue for so many areas on the earth. The sub-Saharan African states are now using current by the IEEE Smart Village’s technologies. They have already begun to harness power from solar electricity.
8. TEXT TO CHANGE
The Text to change, TTC, is the innovation for getting the ideas, values, and opinions of various Africans of the place to help them all in improving upon their future survival and basic demands to be fulfilled. The project is now joining more number of youngsters in various sources of economics, politics, and social works by simple texting of the ideas.
9. CHEAPEST TABLET
The world’s most cost-effective tablet Aakash is now available for $35 with people having any government policies and subsidiaries and for $60 in the general stores. The tablet is being with for testing for 118 degrees of heat that will sustain in Northern India’s harsh weather changes.
10. OLPCThe OLPC, One Laptop Per Child, is the initiative taken for providing laptops to every disadvantaged and isolated child of the developing nations. The lap will be beneficial for giving online education through web networks from teachers, in a cost-effective manner.