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Uganda: Samsung solar school to be unveiled at African summit

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At the end of the Summit, Samsung has revealed that it will surprise a Ugandan school by donating an SPIS to them. (Image Source: openghana.com)

Samsung Africa has revealed that it will be taking part in the fifth Innovation Africa Summit in Uganda from 30 September to 2 October.

During the course of the summit, Samsung will showcase the Solar Powered Internet School (SPIS) solution that has been rolled out throughout the continent in countries such as South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and Mozambique.

At the end of the Summit, Samsung has revealed that it will surprise a Ugandan school by donating an SPIS to them, adding Uganda to the growing list of countries benefiting from the SPIS.

According to Samsung, all meetings that Samsung has secured with the delegates will take place in the SPIS, built in a 12-metre renovated shipping container that can accommodate up to 24 pupils, and fitted with solar panels that power the equipment.

The SPIS is equipped with a 65-inch large-format display screen, a teacher’s laptop, Samsung notebooks, a printer, and fans to cool the container. The classroom’s computer server is loaded with educational content that covers the entire basic education syllabus, allowing facilitators to teach any subject or grade. Energy efficient LED lighting and an IP camera, which is designed to use 3G connectivity, allows for remote classroom monitoring.

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