- Nana Kyei, a pupil from Queensland International School has spoken about a groundbreaking creation made by his team
- The team of pupils created a robot that is able to save lives in fire outbreaks
- The robot detects smoke, transmits signals and places a call to the property owner for appropriate action to be taken
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Pupils from a popular international school in Accra have made a robot that is able to detect smoke and send information about the fire through a phone call.
According to a video interview on GhanaWeb cited by YEN.com.gh, the students are from Queensland International School.
In the video, the young boy, Nana Kyei explains that the robot is able to measure the concentration of gas and smoke in the air.
When the amount detected reached an alarming threshold, information is sent about the incident to a microcontroller. The microcontroller then alerts the appropriate owners of the place where the fire was detected.
The young boy explains that the invention is to prevent fire outbreaks as smoke can be detected and attended to before it erupts into a fire.
In the event of a fire, the device helps reduces the loss of property as the information can be seen early and acted upon.
Another crucial advantage is to save lives whenever there is a fire outbreak.
When information is received early about fire, logistics can be gathered quickly and rescue operations can get underway early enough to prevent loss of lives.
Watch the young boy explain the invention in the video below:
Many young people from Ghana keep displaying amazing talents. YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young boy has made social media go crazy as he displayed amazing soccer skills.
The video was posted on social media by a popular multiple award-winning celebrity, lifestyle blogger and social media influencer, Ameyaw Debrah. Ameyaw Debrah himself appeared to have been surprised by the skills that he posted it and asked the public to tag people who do this.
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