Disruptive Technologies of The Future: Artificial Intelligence vs Engineering Intellect

Disruptive Technologies of The Future: Artificial Intelligence vs Engineering Intellect

The evolution of Technology has always been disruptive. As new devices are developed or invented, the older ones become obsolete. Some advanced engineers will remember something called a Slide rule – particularly the Aristo 868 – small enough to fit into the breast pocket yet big enough to be seen

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Engineering Skills Development:- Imperative to Africa’s Sustainable Future

Engineering Skills Development:- Imperative to Africa’s Sustainable Future

Definition of Engineering Skills

  • The knowledge and talents required to enable an engineer or technologist to discharge his/her duties successfully, effectively and efficiently
  • the taking of initiative and responsibility of the individual for business situations that he confronts.
  • Participation to solving problems in group
  • It includes Hard and soft Skills
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The more Africa innovates, the closer the world gets to net zero

The more Africa innovates, the closer the world gets to net zero

By: John Lewis, Managing Director, Aggreko Africa

The climate crisis is an unavoidable reality. For every company, individual and government, changing the shape of this crisis has become, or should become a priority. It needs to be central to every conversation, expansion plan, and strategy because remaining aligned with the

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Protecting lives and livelihoods: CESA unpacks skills development and sustainability in the construction industry

Protecting lives and livelihoods: CESA unpacks skills development and sustainability in the construction industry

Press Release

18 November 2021. Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) hosted the fourth instalment of its ‘Protecting Lives and Livelihoods’ webinar yesterday, which aims to bring the consulting engineering profession together regularly, to discuss trends and challenges in the industry. By encouraging knowledge sharing and networking, CESA is

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Electric mining vehicles and fast battery chargers are set to offer safer and more sustainable mining in Africa

Electric mining vehicles and fast battery chargers are set to offer safer and more sustainable mining in Africa

Becker Mining South Africa has been appointed distributors in Southern and Central Africa by Miller Technology, a leading mobile mining equipment supplier. Becker Mining SA now supplies and supports Miller’s new range of Relay electric mining vehicles, which has been developed especially for the underground mining environment.

The Relay electric

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FIBERTEX SOLUTIONS FOR CONCRETE SURFACE ENHANCEMENT

FIBERTEX SOLUTIONS FOR CONCRETE SURFACE ENHANCEMENT

Fibertex geosynthetics solutions encompass Controlled Permeability Formwork (CPF) liners, designed for concrete surface enhancement in diverse applications, including highly aggressive environments.

Typical applications of Fibertex Formtex® CPF liners are in potable water tanks, wastewater treatment plants, settlement tanks, container terminals, bridges and tunnels, marine structures, as well as dams and

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ACEN Celebrate 50th Anniversary

ACEN Celebrate 50th Anniversary

The Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria-ACEN in a Press Conference today 8th November 2021 at the main hall of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Liaison office, Engineering Close, Victoria Island, Lagos, celebrated her 50th Golden Jubilee Anniversary.

The Press Conference was graced by three past Presidents of the association:

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CESA INFRASTRUCTURE INDABA 2021: ENCOURAGING THE TOUGH DISCUSSIONS NEEDED TO DRIVE SA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY

CESA INFRASTRUCTURE INDABA 2021: ENCOURAGING THE TOUGH DISCUSSIONS NEEDED TO DRIVE SA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY

28 September 2021. Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) proudly kicked off its annual Infrastructure Indaba today, under the theme “Engineering the future now”. Held for the first time as a virtual event, the online platform boasted networking opportunities and discussions which were highly engaging in the midst of South Africa’s

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CESA INFRASTRUCTURE INDABA 2021 DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS COMPLEX REALITIES OF PROFESSIONALISING THE PUBLIC SERVICE: GROUP EFFORT ESSENTIAL TO PREVENT A FAILED STATE

CESA INFRASTRUCTURE INDABA 2021 DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS COMPLEX REALITIES OF PROFESSIONALISING THE PUBLIC SERVICE: GROUP EFFORT ESSENTIAL TO PREVENT A FAILED STATE

29 September 2021. Day 2 of the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) Annual Infrastructure Indaba kicked off this morning with discussions centring largely on transformation and development. Refilwe Lesufi, Prana Consulting Director & CESA Board Member opened the discussion with a focus on the progress of transformation in the public

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IS AFRICA’S ENERGY SECTOR READY FOR MORE DATA CENTRES?

IS AFRICA’S ENERGY SECTOR READY FOR MORE DATA CENTRES?

Being able to connect to the internet means opening up all the benefits and possibilities of developed countries to the people of Africa, including essentials like mobile banking, chat and video, and access to e-health and e-education – as a starting point.

It means that producers have more access to

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USD 13.9MILLION ELECTRICITY PROJECT INAUGURATED TO SUPPLY MORE THAN 12,000 HOMES IN COMOROS

USD 13.9MILLION ELECTRICITY PROJECT INAUGURATED TO SUPPLY MORE THAN 12,000 HOMES IN COMOROS

Major electricity projects valued at AED51 million (US$13.9 million) have been inaugurated by the government of the Comoros. Financed by Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, the UAE’s leading development financing institution driving sustainable development at home and abroad, these projects will supply electricity to more than 12,000 homes and are

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FIRST HOSPITAL SPECIALISED IN MATERNITY AND CHILDREN IN THE HORN OF AFRICA, DJIBOUTI

FIRST HOSPITAL SPECIALISED IN MATERNITY AND CHILDREN IN THE HORN OF AFRICA, DJIBOUTI

Egypt’s Minister of Health and Population Hala Zayed received, on Sunday, her Djiboutian counterpart Ahmed Abdullah, to discuss the executive steps for establishing an Egyptian hospital in Djibouti, the first hospital specialised in maternity and children in the Horn of Africa country.

During the meeting, Zayed reviewed the proposed operation

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EGYPT EXPLORES SEA WATER DESALINATION TO OFFSET NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF GERD PROJECT

EGYPT EXPLORES SEA WATER DESALINATION TO OFFSET NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF GERD PROJECT

CAIRO — Egypt is exploring ways to increase its water resources and offset any negative effects of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in light of the stalled tripartite negotiations between it, Sudan and Ethiopia.

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have been in a deadlock over the GERD since April. The

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FIRST ROAD LINK BETWEEN BONNY ISLAND TO THE REST OF RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA

FIRST ROAD LINK BETWEEN BONNY ISLAND TO THE REST OF RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA

Nigeria’s minister of works and housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, visits the on-going Bodo – Bonny Road with Bridges across the Opobo Channel Project. The new Afa Creek Bridge is one of the three major Bridges, nine mini Bridges, one Pipeline Crossing Bridge and access roads being delivered on the project.

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