Nigerian Inventor, Dr. Osato Osemwengie is one of the world’s most educated people. He has 4 PhDs and 7 Master’s Degrees. He makes drones for the US Army.
Dr. Osato Osemwengie, is a U.S-based Nigerian drone expert. He is also a successful academic who has Seven Masters’s degrees and three Ph.D. degrees. Dr. Osemwengie has been an integral member of the American armed forces, building drones for the United States Army. These drones are used for surveillance to gather important information, as well as take out terrorist camps. Dr. Osemwengie is the founder of Open Robotics University; a tuition-free engineering degree-granting university that allows people to further exercise their talents and expand their knowledge into all fields related to engineering. He is also the Founder & CEO of Ubiquity Interface Inc. Before his relocation to the United States in 1982, Osemwengie served as an administrator of the College of Education, Benin City, and was recognized as their Educator of the Year for securing funding used to design and implement pre-service teacher education programs. Meticulously, he served as the Administrator of the Columbus City School System from 1992 – 2011, where he coordinated staff and student recruitment. He also developed programs to increase staff and student retention. He also taught for five years 1987- 1992 in the aforementioned school district. Dr. Osemwengie was a facilitator for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-sponsored Ohio Leadership for Integrating Technology Initiative (OLIT).
– “Osemwengie .O.: Theory and Practice in Developing Advanced Small Multi Rotor Aircraft. Marques Aviation Ltd. Southport, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-907980-13-8, 2016;
– “Osemwengie .O.: Drone Construction: Step by Step Guide to Designing, Building and Flying Your Own Drone. Marques Aviation Ltd. Southport, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-907980-16-9, 2017;
“Osemwengie, O. et al: High-power fiber lasers for power beaming to UAVs and low-orbit satellites. International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering. 5(2S): 51-60,” 2107;
Osemwengie, O. et al: Implementation of free space optics to send DC power to quadcopters. International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering. 5(2S): 41-50,” 2017.