Six of each 10 persons in the developing world don't have internet access, this gap means poverty, means ignorance and means loss of the humanity potencial because no one loves that not know. Maybe the next gigant of humanity is born in a poor village in Africa, or in a rural zone in Asia or South America.
We turn dumbphones into smart learning experiences.
EducALL is an educational platform that works over 2G phone networks, that means that only use dumbphones and without internet.
We use appropriate, existing, exponential and cost-effective technologies to close the information access gap in remote areas of the world only with a call.
EducALL: Calls to Educate is the cost-efficient alternative to close the information access gap and have a more educated society. Some projects need the Internet, but in our case we only need a call because the infrastructure problem has been solved and we have to improve and guarantee the person can call us to access the information they want.
With such technology, EducALL can provide services like Spotify, Wikipedia, Moodle, and Youtube recommendations through phone calls using legacy phones because our solution has voice recognition. Those services can be used by teachers to reach students, or by rural populations to access information and entertainment and access to the benefits of artificial intelligence for learning
For the government: EducALL is the possibility of closing the access to education gap for the most vulnerable. But it also allows for data-driven education by allowing us to know what children's learning difficulties are and to resolve them before they
become learning poverty.
For teachers: It allows them to devote their efforts to accompanying each student by reducing the amount of time they spend teaching and grading and more time doing what they love, helping children learn better.
For children: It gives them the possibility of having educational content according to their tastes and needs, which helps them to dream, to transform their reality and reach their potential.
We turn a phone into a smart speaker: an audio playback and voice assistant device. To close the information gap and help people in rural areas #CallsToEducate.
The E-Learning market size is $144 billion and is expected to grow to $375 billion in the next 5 years (Factors, Facts, 2020). This growth is accelerated by COVID 19. These figures include Internet-based educational tools, so it does not correspond to
the projected TAM for EducALL, but it allows to see the growth trends of the sector.
The market opportunity is to distribute personalized, interactive, on-demand content to people who do not have access to the Internet. Bridging the gap in access to information and entertainment. Therefore, market size estimates will be made for the population without internet access.