We started with a simple idea.
Tuse was started in order to build solutions to problems we personally faced on a regular basis. Water efficiency, energy efficiency, security and connectivity issues spurred Sabelo Sibanda and Thulisile Volwana to found the company in 2015.
The company grew quickly from then on and has had numerous successes such as; being selected as one Gartner’s Aspiring Innovators, the Global Technology Symposium in San Francisco selecting Tuse as one of the 10 most disruptive startups globally, the first African startup selected into Founders Space (the number accelerator for foreign-based startups in Silicon Valley according to Forbes magazine) and, most recently, winning a Global ITU Award.
Tuse is based in Port Elizabeth South Africa and the team seeks to make use of Industry 4.0 tech such as IoT, AI and predictive data analytics to improve the quality of life for all developing nations. Participation in the BRICS Telecommunication Ministers Meeting in Hangzhou helped to better understand the challenges we face and we’re fortunate to apply our tech to alleviate them.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”