Delivering last mile access
Luka is exploring a novel solution to this problem that affects countries in both the developed and developing worlds. He is developing Koruza, a 3D printable wireless optical system for connecting buildings up to 100m apart with internet access, as a viable, fast and low-cost alternative to fibre in urban environments.
The objective is to empower individuals to take last-mile connectivity in their own hands and mitigate network bottlenecks through organic growth of wireless optical networks.
We support Luka because we are interested in the process of taking off the shelf hardware, 3D printing some open components and making something new, useful and innovative.
This is not new technology, but a new way of using that technology. To date, it has been either impossible to access or too expensive to buy as an end user. We hope Luka’s ideas will go a long way to changing the current landscape.
Luka’s work focuses on: