Connect to Online Resources, Offline.

Remote learning remains out of reach for at least 500 million students around the world. We’re here to bridge the digital divide.

We here at Grey-Box have developed UNI, a portable WiFi hotspot that makes online resources accessible, without internet. UNI is able to successfully run SCRATCH offline! Click below to watch our demo video.

On the road, our internet connection is sometimes problematic for our fleet of laptops. UNI is a great alternative to overcome this technical issue in the context of some of our projects. Our organization is very pleased with the customer service and technical assistance received.

Ariane Beaupre, M.Sc.,
Boîte à science

How Can UNI Bridge the Divide?


This portable hotspot provides wireless access to pre-loaded digital resources by leveraging existing open-access educational resources such as Wikipedia and Khan Academy. 


UNI provides a connectivity bridge that allows populations who do not have access to the Internet to access valuable resources for the purpose of teaching, learning and researching.


UNI works with devices that the local populations are already using, such as inexpensive Android phones and old model laptops with wi-fi compatibility, making it a feasible solution.

Watch the Demo

Watch a quick video showcasing how UNI is able to successfully run SCRATCH offline.

Connect Anywhere, Anytime


Lighter than the average phone

Pre-loaded educational content

Add your own content in seconds


Low power usage

Cellphone charger, portable battery & solar power-friendly


Dust and heat resistant

Built for extreme environments

Compatible with local devices, i.e. older Android phones and laptops


Works in the field

100-metre range connection

Connect up to 10 devices at a time

Pilot Project Deployments

Subsidized pricing is available for NGOs or community organizations who wish to partner with Grey-box to become a field tester. Get in contact below to learn more or become a tester today.

Grey-Box has entered into pilot projects with Parks Canada (Fred Pellerin’s journey in the Forges-du-Saint-Maurice), Boîte à Science (MIT’s Scratch and Microsoft’s MakeCode Educational School Kits), La Escuela Más Grande del Mundo in schools around rural Mexico, the Canadian Midwives Association, with The Red Book Challenge, the Université du Kwango, Hechtman Ventures, Fast Networks Malawi, World Mobile Group, and TATECH HUB.

Deploy UNI Today

Fill out the form below to learn more about deploying UNI on the field. Let’s make education accessible for everyone, regardless of their socio-economic level or location.