A growing Non-Profit
eazytech.org is a non-profit organization managed by students for the betterment of the society through technology and innovation. It is a platform where fresh, inventive, progressive minds work together to make the world a better place to live in.
We spread the best of our technologies and inventions through our teams across the globe. We believe through the right use of technology, we can shape the world for a better tomorrow.
We use the best of modern technologies, and the brightest of ideas to mould the technologies of the future. We use programming languages like- C, Python, JAVA, Swift and Kotlin use softwares like ‘Android Studio’ and ‘Xcode’, along with online frameworks and APIs like Google’s ‘Firebase’ and ‘MySQL’. Integrating software with hardware using best of prototyping tools, and CAD designs to develop new solutions to make technology affordable, accessible and effective.
eazyComputeBox and eazyOS
The team at eazytech started this project in 2014, it serves as an Affordable, Compact, and Effective computer for students in Rural Parts of India and Africa as with Sunday Pathshala. It runs our self developed “eazyOS”, and can perform all the tasks of a regular computer, under a price of Rs 2600. eazyOS is an Interactive Linux Based OS, using Fedora’s ‘SoaS’ Desktop environment. It has all the functions of a typical OS like Windows or MacOS, but is lightning fast and is trimmed down to a mere 759MB.
eazyApps and Software Solutions
eazyApps such as the Citizen Forum App was designed back in 2016 for the Government of India. This App can perform multiple functions, all being under a record size of 3.46 MB, to make is accessible for everyone to download. We also have created other apps such as the Bikamp and Appetizer App.
eazySwitch and other Embedded Systems
eazySwitch is a life-saving device, which can control literally any electrical device, wirelessly, remotely or even autonomously. This can be used in Industrial Automation, or anywhere to prevent accidents, it can handle up to 250V, 15A of current, being under a cost of just Rs 650, and can be configured with a range of 1 to 4 channels. This product has been tested in different real life scenarios.
"Our goal is to make technology Effective, Affordable, and Accessible"
- The eazytech.org Team
Tens of millions of footsteps. Every second. Each footstep supporting and propelling a person’s body weight. That millions of minuscule droplets of energy which all combined can form a huge ocean-a deep, perennial ocean of energy. As Trevor Baylis-the famed inventor of the battery-less, wind-up radio that is now in a lion’s share of poor households across the world finely put: ”Convention is the enemy of progress.” We proudly abide by his wisdom and have created a device that challenges the conventions of hydro, wind, solar and several other forms of ancient yet annoyingly persistent forms of renewable energy.
This electricity from footsteps can be used to charge your phone battery and maybe even motivate you to put your socks on and work out. But at eazytech, we think charitable. Lighting a dark home at night using the harsh day’s footsteps of a poor farmer or poor laborer living in dark homes is our direction. We proudly present eazygenerator.
Volunteering events and Initiatives
We use the best of our technologies and our inventions to spread a change. We empower the underprivileged to make them ‘tech-literate’. Sunday Pathshaala is a Sunday school, which is held every Sunday across 6 Villages of Rajasthan, Ladakh, and in rural parts of Africa namely in Zambia and Zimbabwe. This has impacted lives of over 190 underprivileged children by now. We use our ‘eazyComputeBox’, an affordable Computer, along with ‘eazyOS’, an interactive, easy-to-use Operating System, which has made it possible economically and practically for the underprivileged to own and use a computer.We also have events such as Smart phone training in remote Indian villages, along with many other engaging events, and initiatives.
The eazytech.org Team
We wouldn’t be able to take eazytech.org to the next level without our incredible team of entrepreneurs and students from around the world who collaborate together to make each project come to life. Read below to learn more about the incredible eazytech.org team. With our team at eazytech, we spread the works of our Research and Development. We have a team of 58 volunteers, spread across 10 countries, and bifurcated into 7 departments.
Aryan Singh, a Social entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of eazytech.org. He founded eazytech in 2016. He is a tech enthusiast and has lead the Research and Development ever since. He started to code when he was 12, and has now mastered C, Python, JAVA, Swift, and Kotlin; with a keen interest in Hardware and prototyping. He is the head planner of Sunday Pathshaala, and is working across the globe to spread the change. eazyComputeBox, eazyOS, along with eazyApps and hardware solutions are some of his inventions.