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The NTech Story

In 2019, our founder Scottie Brown started his pioneering journey to introduce IoT technology nationally. Armed with just 5 hotspots and a few temperature sensors Scottie built his first fully operatonal IoT network in his neighbourhood in the Eastern disctrict of the Nassau, Bahamas.
Gaining momentum through family and close friends, a new world started to take shape. Remotely monitoring and acting on data in real time on a network that is built for the people, by the people.
Looking at a country, where IoT was just three letters, we gave it meaning and we gave it a place to live and to grow. Bringing intellegence, where none existed and providing new markets for Bahamians to enter.
Today, we supply over 20 different types of IoT sensors in both the consumer and industirial markets and local network coveage exceeds 40% and growing monthly.

Host A Hotspot

You can benefit from hosting one of our IOT hotspots at your home or office by receive $50/month hosting payment. Paymes are made monthly to your Kanoo wallet automatically.
To qualify please complete the form below. Once selected you will receive a call from one of our network specialists within 5 business days.






    Host A Hotspot

    IoT makes a once “dumb” devices “smarter” by giving them the ability to send data over the internet, allowing the device to communicate with people and other IoT-enabled things.
    The connected “smart home” is a good example of IoT in action. Internet-enabled thermostats, doorbells, smoke detectors and security alarms create a connected hub where data is shared between physical devices and users can remotely control the “things” in that hub (i.e., adjusting temperature settings, unlocking doors, etc.) via a mobile app or website.
    Far from being restricted to just the home, the Internet of Things can be found in an array of devices, industries and settings. From smart blackboards in school classrooms to medical devices that can detect signs of Parkinson’s disease, IoT is rapidly making the world smarter by connecting the physical and the digital.

    Host A Hotspot

    IoT makes a once “dumb” devices “smarter” by giving them the ability to send data over the internet, allowing the device to communicate with people and other IoT-enabled things.
    The connected “smart home” is a good example of IoT in action. Internet-enabled thermostats, doorbells, smoke detectors and security alarms create a connected hub where data is shared between physical devices and users can remotely control the “things” in that hub (i.e., adjusting temperature settings, unlocking doors, etc.) via a mobile app or website.
    Far from being restricted to just the home, the Internet of Things can be found in an array of devices, industries and settings. From smart blackboards in school classrooms to medical devices that can detect signs of Parkinson’s disease, IoT is rapidly making the world smarter by connecting the physical and the digital.