Making it Work: Navigating Kenya's Streets with Technology
3/4 OkHi is a new navigation device which runs on your mobile phone and allows you to find an address, however remote, with GPS coordinates and a photo. It should be accurate to within ten metres and copes without the usual massive infrastructure changes required by sat nav systems.
Just outside Bengaluru in India, we take a look at the problems of getting access to banking services in remote communities and the solution being offered by a new company called Sub-K, and their human ATMs.
Finally, Angela calls in again on the creators of BRCK internet to learn about their major ambitions for the future.
Image: Wes Chege, founder of OkHi, Credit: Whistledown