Agilitee Africa to launch a smart Television set in Malawi and other African countries in February 2022

South African-based firm, Agilitee Africa, has disclosed plans to launch the first of its kind Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB)-T2 full of Artificial Intelligence (AI) smart television set in East and Southern African countries, including Malawi in February, 2022.

The firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Mandla Lamba, said this is a new generation television that uses telematics for voice recognition and instructions remote system, the age of instructing a controlling TV with your voice and other great AI features.

Dr Mandla Lamba, Agilitee Africa CEO

The television has ISO approval.

“For those not connected to the national grid don’t need to worry since the new TV model can work through solar and its battery never loses its power,” he said.

This means that one can play it in the desert even in cold weather as the battery powers as it is being used, he said

He further said that the company has already supplied in Rwanda, Nigeria and South Africa.

In February next year, the company will launch its television set in Malawi, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Namibia.

How the TV set looks like

However, he said, the Digital Satellite Broadcasting- Second Generation (DVB S2) is a digital television broadcast standard that has been designed as a successor of the popular DVB-S system.

It was developed in 2003 by the Digital Video Broadcasting project, an international consortium and ratified by ETSI (EN302307) in March 2005.

Now, he said, Agilitee TV comes with the system already and it means one doesn’t need to buy the government one.

He believed that the whole continent will follow suit after South Africa migrates to the new technology.

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Marvin Mueller
Marvin Mueller
1 year ago

it has been my experience, that many in the northern areas of Malawi, cannot afford grain. ?????

1 year ago
Reply to  Marvin Mueller

Then what would be the point of introducing this product to Malawi`s market when their economy is still weak in terms of spending power, Agilitee really needs to do proper market research before trying to introduce products to other countries, but this strategy also has a deeper motive…

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