Tuesday, December 10, 2019
KNUST students electronic toll collection system

KNUST students develop electronic toll collection system to reduce delays at toll booths

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Two students, Tabitha Abeka and Christabel Acquaye, from the Department of Computer Engineering of Kwame Nkrumah Uni. of Science & Tech. have developed a better electronic toll collection system. This is...
KNUST students develop a monitoring panel to check the energy consumed by electrical devices

KNUST students develop a monitoring panel to check the energy consumed by electrical devices

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In most Ghanaian rural communities where people live in compound houses, fights over how much one tenant is supposed to pay for electricity consumption are rampant. This issue has prompted KNUST...
KNUST students invent gas leak detector

KNUST students invent gas leak detector that alerts users via SMS

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Gas leaks can be very disastrous when not checked in time. For this reason, people would need detectors to keep them alert if there is a gas leak. That is why...
The young Ghanaian inventor Frank Darko who made the water bike has released the 2019 version of his innovative water bike....

Ghanaian inventor Frank Darko releases 2019 version of his water bike

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Young Ghanaian inventor, Frank Darko, whose name is all over for his recreational but innovative water bike has publicised photos of the 2019 version of the water vehicle. The famous vehicle...
Israel Blebo

Meet Israel Blebo, young Ghanaian inventor following Apostle Kwadwo Safo’s footsteps

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Becoming a successful entrepreneur in Ghana is definitely one of the toughest battles as individuals who take up the challenge of setting up their own ventures face one challenge or the...
Joshua Otoo’s Smart Home System controls your home gadgets remotely

Joshua Otoo’s Smart Home System controls your home gadgets remotely

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Joshua Otoo is a young Ghanaian entrepreneur and has created a mobile application that allows you to connected control your home gadgets remotely. The system created by this young man is...
National Research and Innovation Fund

Rwanda’s innovators get $30 million National Research and Innovation Fund

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Rwanda continues to establish itself as Africa’s fastest advancing country; by continuing to take bold steps to position its citizens to take advantage of future opportunities – while most other African...