Creative African solutions cross boundaries and revolutionize industries. Nosizwe Nokwe-Macam discusses how technology has improved inspections on oil rigs and water treatment protocols. The firm hopes to expand into nascent countries. (Credits)
Collaboration encourages productivity. In Nairobi, Kamau Gachigi runs a company where members can physically create prototypes of inventions. Roy Allela invents gloves that can translate sign language into speech.
Technology plays a role in generating innovation and can create empowerment. Future plans for Africa include farmers using digital tools to detect diseases and improving healthcare. A mentoring program provides infrastructure and advice for technology start-ups.
Astronomers use the MeerKAT to study galaxy formation. Fernando Camilo discusses how to interpret the radio telescope's findings. Data aligns when the antennas work in collaboration.
Georgina De Kock discusses the inspiration to create edible plates. Bowls remain crisp for five hours and are microwaveable. The company hopes to expand into India, China, and Japan.
Credits: Innovate Africa: Part 2
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Nigerian technology at Google, the southern hemisphere’s most advanced telescope to collaboration manufacturing in Kenya, edible food containers.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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