KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

Made in Ghana drones? You probably didn't anticipate it, but the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is making great strides in that direction.

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KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

College of Engineering (CoE) at KNUST has reportedly developed a home-made drone.

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According to the reports, the said drone can be used to varied purpose; it could be deployed to pick weather data, monitor farming activities and environmental degradation.

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

It was developed by a team of research scientists and engineers of the college and seen as a giant step forward by the country’s foremost science and technology institution to lead cutting-edge research to solve Ghana’s industrial and technological challenges.

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Professor Mark Adom-Asamoah, Provost of the College, called for the government to give priority to investing in drone technology.

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

KNUST makes great strides in producing drones; begs for government support

He affirmed that the CoE were determined to come out with appropriate technology to speed up the development of the country.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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