Here are the top ten finalists for the Science to Products Africa (S2PAfrica) Engineering Design Competition (EDC) 2022. We thank all teams for their participation at all stages of the selection process so far.
Below are the shortlisted projects in no particular order.
The goal of the project is to build a wastewater (surface water runoffs and grey water) treatment system that will use unutilized wastewater to irrigate agriculture.
Our project is a Vertical axis wind turbine integrated with a flywheel energy storage system.
This project aims to provide hydroelectric power to local residents of Koye fishing village, Ogun State, Nigeria by making use of the river which flows through the region.
A modified door lock that switches off a room or building’s electricity supply when locked from outside.
EASS is the suspension for future and present automobiles that will provide a smooth and efficient ride over varying road conditions by automatically switching between the performance behaviors typical of a sport car to that of an off-road vehicle.
Our solution leverages drone technology to provide AI-enabled disease detection, drone imagery services and automated data collection for farmers.
A unique machine that removes the outer shell of a coconut known as “Husk”.
It is modifying the existing design of charcoal cookstoves and fabricate it to carry out comparative experimental study for performance evaluation to provide better alternative to the traditional method of cooking and heat control problems.
Production of AB-type carbonate Hydroxyapatite/PLA composite to improve solubility and mechanical competence during bone treatment/repair, in vitro and in vivo.
Capture is a Small-Scale Vertical Axis wind turbine that generates electrical energy by rotating about its axis and turning an alternator, the wind turbulence caused by vehicles is harnessed and used to generate electricity.