Daily Archives: June 19, 2019

WeRobotics lance un concours doté d’une récompense de 235 000 dollars pour résoudre des problèmes d’ordre social à l’aide de données de drones

Le concours Unusual Solvers Competition est désormais ouvert aux étudiants, universitaires, organisations à but non lucratif, sociétés à but lucratif et innovateurs du monde entier GENÈVE, 19 juin 2019 /PRNewswire/ — WeRobotics, une organisation œuvrant pour accélérer l’impact positif des solutions robotiques grâce

WeRobotics Launches $235,000 Challenge to Solve Social Issues through Drone Data

Unusual Solvers Competition now open to students, scholars, nonprofits, for-profit companies, and innovators globally GENEVA, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — WeRobotics, an organization focused on accelerating the positive impact of robotics solutions through local expertise, today launched the Unusual Solvers Competition to

SALT annonce sa conférence mondiale phare sur le leadership éclairé à Abu Dhabi, aux Émirats arabes unis

L’Abu Dhabi Global Market, partenaire stratégique de SALT, appuie la première conférence en son genre au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique, axée sur la collaboration mondiale à l’intersection de la finance, de la technologie et de la géopolitique ABU DHABI, Émirats

Queen’s birthday celebration 2019 in Madagascar: Phil Boyle’s speech

We are delighted to welcome you all to our first Queen's Birthday Party in Madagascar. Our national day event due to be held in early May last year was unfortunately cancelled because of the political crisis. I think it is

Rwanda – Rugby: 25th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi

The Rugby fraternity will join the rest of the country in the 25thcommemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi by holding a Rugby memorial 7's which will take place on Saturday June 22nd, 2019 at kacyiru Red cross ground. The one-day

Egypt’s Hunger for Electricity Leads it to Russia, China

CAIRO - In 2014, massive blackouts brought much of Egypt to a standstill and called attention to an outdated power grid dating to the 1950s when the Soviet Union supplied much of the technology. Now, Egypt is again turning