Silas Adekunle recently become the world’s highest paid Robotics Engineer. He achieved this feat by building the world’s first gaming robot, and signing a new deal with the world’s reputable software manufacturers, Apple Inc. This post contains a brief biography about Silas, revealing his age, education and net worth.
Silas Adekunle, the highest paid Robotics Engineer, was also named as “someone to watch in 2018” by the Black Hedge Fund Group. according to reports by the Boss Newspapers. A source also revealed that Silas is currently the founder and CEO of Reach Robotics, a company that is developing the world’s first gaming robots.
Silas Adekunle Age and Nationality
Silas Adekunle is just 26 years old, and he was born in Lagos, Nigeria. This automatically clarifies issues about his nationality, be is Nigerian.
Silas Adekunle Education
Silas Adekunle recently graduated with a 1st class degree, and he also has four years background in robotics. Born in Nigeria, he studied in his birth place before relocating to the UK as a teenager.
After completing his secondary school education, he proceeded to the University of the West of England where he graduated with a first class in Robotics. In the year 2013, Adekunle founded Reach Robotics and developed a lot of experience on robotics within a space of four years.
Silas was also a team leader in Robotics in Schools programme. A programme which encourages and pays attention to students in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The programme encouraged him to develop robotics and made education more entertaining for STEM students.
Silas Adekunle Net Worth
The net worth of the highest paid Robotics Engineer, Silas Adekunle, is not known for now. This section will be updated once a concrete or estimated figure has been made known.
In the year 2017, he released MekaMon, the world’s first gaming robot, which the special ability to customise the gaming robot to perform personalised functions.
The initial launch of MekaMon sold about 500 robots, generating $7.5 million. The aftermath of his feat, made Adekunle to receive support from various organisations including London Venture Partners ($10 million). In the same year, his company, Reach Robotics signed a deal with Apple securing exclusive sales in Apple stores.