Assuah’s Robotics In Ghana Manufactures Electronic Hand Sanitizer
With the COVID-19 becoming rampant and hard to deal with, keeping up with the safety or precaution measures isn’t that easy and not everyone in the rural/ urban areas can afford to get themselves hand sanitizers. Countries all over the world are finding means and ways to battle the pandemic and whilst trying to protect its people. The President of Ghana Nana Akuffo Addo Dabkwah Addo has put measures in place to slow the spread.
In the process of helping slow the spread of the virus, Assuah’s Robotics in Takoradi, Ghana has manufactured electronic hand sanitizers that can be mounted in offices, roadsides and other public places. The robotic hand sanitizer has been programmed and coded in such a way that it allows an adequate amount of the substance to flow automatically into the hands of users.
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These pictures were captured by civilians in Takoradi who were impressed by the innovation. We do not need to touch anything again to use sanitizers now that we have such an innovation. Assuah’s Robotics are waiting for your orders, support and investment to ensure this local solution goes national and international as well.