The first ever National ICT innovation Expo kicks off at Nakawa2 min read
The Fast Ever national ICT innovation expo is lit as its going down on the 17th / decemeber / 2019 .
According to this new ever first held expo , over one hundred innovators will be displaying their products among which include,,
AIMS; an integrated educational management system that manages admission, billing and other aspects of education.
M-Farmer, a software designed to extend the benefit of technology to provide services to agriculture stakeholder
Xente Money Tranfer Platform, an award-winning online payments platform that enables cashless consumer to business transactions
KiCare, a non-invasive hardware and software technology that tests for kidney functionality non-invasively, hence a blood sample is not required to perform the kidney functionality test.
Blood Donation Sysytem, an innovation product that provides a link between blood donors and Centres through the use of a mobile application aimed at increasing access to blood when required will also have an exhibition stall the first ever
Smart Medtech Management System, an Innovation designed to remotely monitor and report location, report functionality and usage of medical devices in real-time.
eLunda, a mobile based platform created to support dairy farmers with timely information management to keep track of the productivity of their farms and animals.
BPO System, a start-up that provides IT services which include data storage .
Protecting Infants Remotely by SMS (PRISMS), a low-cost SMS-bases platform that helps frontline health workers to effectively provide new-born care clinical management through provision if instant clinical care decisions based on routine assessment findings.
Solar Energy Management System, an Innovation that applies the use of latent power to provide off-grid renewable energy solutions
Wulira App is an android mobile application that is used to assess hearing loss in at-risk patients and provide immediate reporting on results.
Energrow, platform that aims at increasing the efficient use of energy through business training
Soul Food, a data driven initiative that Hope’s to connect local farmers to the buyers and consumers of their agricultural produce.
At the first ever expo , president Museveni is expected to grace the occasion.
We are inviting all Uganda government officials all business companies (big, small and medium) to come and see what our ICT Ecosystem has for us. noted Frank Tumwebazze the outgoing ICT minister.
Uganda is experiencing a new dimension at the fast growing ICT sector despite private sector working to its progress the government is yet to fully embrace the fast growing sector in the world.