Oluwatobi Oyinlola, a graduate of Telecommunications and Information Technology from the prestigious Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has recorded a landmark Innovation by creating a smart device to regulate fuel pump.
According to Oluwatobi who is now a renowned Embedded Systems Engineer, the device works with a micro processor, a cortex ARM, which is locally designed to work with a GSM modem. It’s a miniature design that can be improvised into a more compact size.
The smart pump device will check sales of fuel at regular intervals – daily, weekly or monthly. These are safe records that cannot be compromised as the device will send a signal to the web if anyone tries to manipulate the records of the device.
This is a brilliant innovation that would improvise the operations and logistics of gas stations across Africa if embraced. The gas sector has been bastardized with a lot of abnormalities where sales personnel manipulate pump rates among others.
This innovation will bring about a parallel accountability for the company. As the records will come precise and concise.
Oluwatobi was part of the Hyperloop team of workers and engineers that won the best innovation of the year with the creation of the next generation vehicles.