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Grassroots innovators are invited to apply to be part of the Enterprise Development Programme to scale up their business and commercialise new technology solutions, whilst being mentored and coached by experts in the business.

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The Prime is the future of how we connect to each other and the world around us but more importantly, it is changing the way we imagine and define what connection is. The device allows users to stream and access content for free - without the traditional use of ISP data - Dataless Streaming...

The product aims to assist visual impairment individuals to easily access their phones whilst it’s in their pockets or bag. We have realized that people with visual impairments have the greatest problems with information displayed on their phones. Accessing text message on their phones becomes...

An intuitive system which combines devices, connectivity, storage and analytics to bring results to end-users and provide them with the best decisions related to their electrical energy utilisation. The technology collects information from a variety of data points within a facilities electrical...

Nosetsa is a machine learning-based precision irrigation add-on proposed byYellow Beast (Pty) Ltd. It uses machine learning to provide autonomous irrigation using real-time sensor data. This allows the user to avoid excessive water losses through evapotranspiration, over-irrigation and ultimately...

The CSIR is a leading technology research organization which has been working on R&D and innovations on green ICT technologies to realise affordable broadband connectivity for rural and underserved communities – an effort to achieve aim of “leaving no one behind by 2030” as championed by the United...

The proposed product offering takes advantage of the free ISM spectrum band to ensure a hybrid of short and long-range connectivity as well as high data rate applications suitable for affordable broadband connectivity provision to under-serviced areas of different and unique settlement patterns in...