Brian Turyabagye
Co-inventor of the MamaOpe

Brian holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Makerere University. He is the co-inventor of the MamaOpe, a bio-medical smart jacket that helps doctors identify Pneumonia at a faster rate with increased accuracy so as to considerably reduce the under five child mortality rate, and increase the productivity of health workers. He is also a member of QEPrize Global Engineering Ambassadors Network, an international network of young engineers from both business and academic institutions. His invention emerged the winner of Pitch@Palace Africa 2017 and also won The SERAS award for the Best Sustainability Innovation in Africa in 2017.

Session: Discovering Africa’s Brightest Innovators

Date: 27 March 2018

Time: 14:00-15:30