Monday, 30 Jan 2023
Eshraqa supports Team Sumou to win gold medal

Eshraqa supports Team Sumou to win gold medal

A team of Omani graduates competed against more than 1,000 inventions from across the planet with their ‘Smart Pharmaceutical System’, led by Salim al Habsi and Mohammed al Habsi. Team Sumou’s fingerprint activated device gives a cutting-edge demonstration of how the Internet of Things is delivering easy options to overcome difficulties centred on human operation. The invention consists of an integrated mobile app and web site via which it assists help healthcare service providers and individuals with appointments, prescriptions, scheduling medication.

Nailesh Khimji, director, Khimji Ramdas (KR), stated, “We are immensely pleased with Team Sumou’s most current triumph the future is undoubtedly searching vibrant for these young internationally identified pioneers. Competing on a platform of that scale in a international hub for innovation is genuinely one thing for Oman to be proud of.

At Khimji Ramdas, we aim to assistance young innovators below Eshraqa’s education pillar ‘Learn’, which strives to offer them with access to facilities and possibilities exactly where they can improve and apply their talents in order to create new prospects. On behalf of everybody at KR, we congratulate the team and want them the extremely very best as they go forward with their invention.” Prior to their trip to Malaysia’s capital, Team Sumou had a storm of achievement across the GCC while sponsored by Eshraqa. Whilst students at Sultan Qaboos University, the Habsi brothers participated in Kuwait’s International Exhibition of Inventions in the Middle East, exactly where they took a Silver Medal, prior to proceeding an additional second spot award from Oman’s Ministry of Sports Affairs ‘Injazatuna’.

Salim al Habsy, stated, “Years of hard work and dedication continue to pay off, and on behalf of the team, I offer great thanks to all who have supported us on our journey, including Khimji Ramdas. The competition in Malaysia was the toughest competition we have faced to-date; moreover, it was a great place to measure the viability of our product in both the local and the international market. As The Internet of Things is already being implemented in daily operations across the world, I hope that our product will come to be valued in Oman and benefit our target market.”

Held in Kuala Lumpur, ITEX 2018 strives to host a melting pot of suggestions and inspiration, putting participants and guests in an fascinating hub of discovery and innovation. Commercialisation and marketability are major objectives of the exhibition, bringing investors and inventors with each other in a celebration international occasion each and every year.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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