Smart and Green Cities Inspired Research

Our Smart City discoveries enable us to translate research to tools for preparing for tomorrow’s possibilities in Africa.

  • Biometrics authentication for Medical records in Smart African Cities
  • Energy consumption in Smart communities
  • Learning analytics for smart campuses
  • The burden of road traffic crashes, injuries and deaths in Africa
  • Accessing safe drinking water in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Women and green jobs in construction industries
  • Energy security, trade and transition to green economy in Africa.
  • Social and context-aware mobile recommendation system for tourism.
  • Experimental performance of LPG refrigerant charges with varied concentration of TiO2nano-lubricants for Smart cities
  • Assessment of Energy Saving Potentials for Smart Cities
  • Multi-layer perceptron network model for construction material procurement in smart cities
  • Radiometric and kaolinitic terrains in Smart Basins
  • Magnetic activity and ionospheric amplitude scintillation in Emerging Smart Cities
  • Hybrid renewable power supply for rural health clinics (RHC)
  • Experimental performance of LPG refrigerant charges with varied concentration of TiO2nano-lubricants in a domestic refrigerator
Biometrics authentication for Medical records in Smart African Cities

ABSTRACT: The advancement of technologies has continued to affect the performance of efficient healthcare systems globally. Meanwhile, the privacy and security of patients’ data have recorded key concerns for most users of the health information management system. There is no gainsaying the fact that security is essential in patient care. Patient records that are inadequately kept or misinterpreted could lead to wrong prescription or death. The use of biometrics for identification has a great role to play in sustaining privacy and security of healthcare system. The objective of this paper is to develop a hospital information management system with fingerprint biometrics for authentication. The study employs a combination of technologies such as system design and modeling using the Unified Modeling Language (UML), data management, biometrics, and computer programming in order to develop a prototype health information management system

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Energy consumption in Smart communities
Learning analytics for smart campuses
The burden of road traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths in Africa
Accessing safe drinking water in sub-Saharan Africa
Women and green jobs in construction industries
Energy security, trade, and transition to the green economy in Africa
Social and context-aware mobile recommendation system for tourism
Assessment of Energy Saving Potentials for Smart Cities
A multi-layer perceptron network model for construction material procurement in smart cities
Radiometric and kaolinitic terrains in Smart Basins
Magnetic activity and ionospheric amplitude scintillation in Emerging Smart Cities
Hybrid renewable power supply for rural health clinics (RHC)
Experimental performance of LPG refrigerant charges with varied concentration of TiO2 nano-lubricants in a domestic refrigerator

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