Meet Nigerian, Dr. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie, Who Develops Drones For The United States Military. - Techcrest

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No doubts Nigerians are really creative and innovative, last month we talked about Silas Adekunle who became the highest paid robotics engineer in the world. Nigerians are breaking new grounds, setting new records, and in Dr. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie words, “researching what doesn’t exist yet”!

Nigerian born, Dr. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie has been a member of the American military, building drones for the United States military. Drones built by Dr. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie are used by the American army for surveillance to gather important information, as well as figure out and take out terrorist camps.

Osemwengie hails from Benin, Edo state, he left Nigeria in the early 80s and gradually he became a force to reckon with in Robotics Engineering. Dr. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie is indeed making a difference, he's one of the Nigerians giving Nigeria a good name.

An Academic With Six Masters and Four Phd


The robotic engineer has bagged six masters degrees and four doctorate degrees,he has also served as an administrator at the College of Education, Benin, where he was named educator of the year.
According to the academic, his "play" is acquiring degrees.
“You know the proverb, ‘all work and no play makes jack a dull boy’ well, for me, all work and my play is acquiring graduate degrees. Learning is relaxing and takes my mind of my job projects.”

Sends Drones To Space For NASA

Osato Osemwengie, Who was a star at the 2008 world robotics championship, also sends space to space for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), he has succeeded in sending numerous drones to different planets, Mars and Jupiter inclusive. He works with NASA.
"NASA’s Next Mars Rover Progresses toward 2020 launch. Many years ago I worked on prototype of Mars Curiosity Rover that has roam Mars for more than 4 years and counting,” Osato said of his work with NASA.
“We are now working on the next rover set to launch in 2020”.


Owns An American University


In the year 2011, he founded the “world’s first tuition free, engineering degree-granting university,” called Open Robotics University.
The University, which was sponsored by Google+, awards bachelor, masters and doctorate degrees in robotics engineering for free.
The university headquarters is located in Ohio.
We can't tell if the University still exists, as many claim it went defunct in 2013.

A CEO


The brilliant engineer owns a company focusing on drones, called Ubiquity Interface Inc., currently he runs it himself as CEO, with Ken, his brother, a retired lieutenant colonel in the US Army, and a team  of foreign engineers.
His latest research which was released on February, 2017, has been submitted to the US Army, and it's titled

“QuantumDB API for Database Security and Integrity Enhancements"

“QuantumDB  is a database system required for implementation of secured database management system by the Army and Department of Defense within non-clustered environment in tactical space where computing and storage resources are limited,” the research abstract reads.

The Nigerian was once a facilitator for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation- sponsored Ohio Leadership for Integrating Technology Initiative (OLIT).
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