The promoter of the Cameroonian startup Will & Brothers, figures in 7th position in the top 30 of the most promising young African entrepreneurs in 2016, just published by the famous American magazine Forbes.
Like every year, the Forbes Africa magazine specializing in economic intelligence and technological innovation, has issued its selection of 30 young African leaders aged 30 and under that mark the economic, social and technological of their continent. William Elong, developer of the Cameroonian startup Will & Brothers, specializing in economic intelligence and technological innovation, there appears in the 7th position.
Will & Brothers notably developed the Africa Drone application, which can offer, we learn, all “civilian drone services” in Cameroon. Indeed, thanks to this application, a drone equipped with a miniature camera can be controlled remotely, in order to capture new images on very broad rays.
According to its developer, beyond the entertainment sensation, “the Drone Africa concept revolutionizes good things. This is the promotion of tourism, thanks in particular to taking new images; the editing at reduced costs, mappings on mining projects and urban development; the most effective coverage of major events such as fairs, cultural events or football tournaments; image collection in disaster areas and then simply difficult to access, etc. ”