Partners and Clients

 

Our Clients & Partners

 

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Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)

iMoSyS' Remote Monitoring System (RMS) is a cutting edge application of IoT that gives TNM's engineers the ability to monitor and control their transmission infrastructure over a web portal in real time. The system which runs on their Virtual Private Network reduces the downtime of cell towers through automated power management techniques, and triggers alarms when human intervention is required at remote sites or inside TNM's data cemters.

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Lilongwe Water Board (LWB)

The iMoSyS water management system is a state of the art innovative solution that gives LWB team the capability of knowing the real time trends of remote water infrastructure right in front of their work stations or mobile phones. The innovation incorporates solar energy to power remote units and to charge a battery bank which supply energy during the night as most of the storage tanks are located far from the electricity grid.

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Azuka

iMoSys has partnered with Azuka, one of top leading ICT Companies in South Africa that specialises in innovative digital strategy and communications.


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Ministry of health

iMoSys developed the e-health for community intervention tb management system which tracks an individual from presumptive stages before being diagnosed with tb, and through the treatment stages after diagnosis.

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Roads funds administration

iMoSys developed the works management information system for technical audit. This system is used by the audit department to collect necessary road projects’ information and is used to verify project costs as well automate the processing and production of payment certificates.

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Blantyre waterboard

iMoSys developed and supports the bwb water management system which monitors reservoir tank water levels as well as water quality.

iMoSys is also the developer of bwb’s onspot mobile billing solution which involves on the spot bill generation, using a mobile billing device and a portable printer, after a waterboard agent has taken water usage readings from a bwb postpaid meter.