Group Projects Carried Out by EMoS Students

In small groups, every cohort of EMoS students develops and carries out innovative, practice-oriented projects. For this the students study market demands and use their knowledge acquired in the programme to find solutions. They normally work in small groups, so they have to decide on task sharing as well. Each group is being supervised by a staff member.

Digital Farming

With many Apps out there that are focused in a single area, our solution offers an integrated platform for all stakeholders involved in agricultural activities. The purpose being to help solve and simplify a number of issues faced not only by farmers but other collaborators as well.
Digital farming is a Mobile App with integration of IoT and other technologies that we are developing with the aim of solving real issues faced by those in the field. With this in mind, Digital farming aims to works directly and closely with the said stakeholders and experts to come up with an app that will be useful and impactful to this sector.
At the moment Digital Farming is divided into three major parts, The Mobile App, IoT part and Hydrogeological mapping. Each part is developed based on its specific need to a certain group(s) that in turn has a positive impact on the whole sector.
We hope with more involvement and interaction with more farmers and other players we can develop a solution that is tailored for them and will improve the whole process of production, harvest and storage.

All group projects carried out so far, sorted by cohort

1st Cohort Projects
Smart Ugali Coocker: Amrani Hassan, Ngollo Daudi, Samwel Katwale

Early Fire Detection System for Market Places: Anna Geofrey, Hilary Rambo, Philemon Rotich

Mobile App for Document Digitalization using AI and OCR Technology: Beatus Mbunda, Mbonimpaye John, Victor Willa

Bimodal Fingerprint and RFID based attendence System to Monitor Attendance at School or Work: Fabian Ngaboyimbere, Deo Irankunda, Olivier Hungurimana

Automatic Vehicle Number Plate Detection and Recognition System: Gloriose Nzasangamariya, van Koojo, Favor Wisdom

Mobile App for Monitoring Air Pollution using Wireless Sensors: Henry Semakula, Martine Lyimo, Jimmy Obira

Mobile App that Enables People to Trade Stock in an Integrated East African Financial Market: Hillary Kaluuma

Mobile Farming Application: Shakila Mbaraka, Yahya Maalim

Drowsiness Detection System for PSV Drivers: Ange Josiane, Josephine Mwikali

Mobile App linked with IoT to Improve Agricultural Processes: Emil Patrick

Mobile App for the Integration of Capital Markets across East Africa: Happyness Alexander

Development of a Software System for Financial Sector Development of Capital Markets within East Africa: Alban Manishimwe
2nd Cohort Projects
Smart Card Management System for Water Sale Based on RFID: Rahab Uwamahoro, Aina Kipendaroho, Avith Habonimana, Frank Nyange

Web-mobile Students Information Management System a case of NM-AIST: Thon Talek Garang, Angela Mseke, Happyness Chikusi, Stanley Manyonyi

NM-AIST E-Office Management System: Yvonne Uwamahoro, Magdalena Bahati, Armel Bizoza, Alphonsina Shiyo

Mini Smart Library Direction System: Dominic Makjak Deng, Annette Mandari, Angelo Bidal

Smart Electronics Billboards: Yvonne Iradukunda, Innocent Ciza, Emmanuel Ronoh, Salama Ndayisaba

IoT Based Security System for Early Fire Monitoring in Tanzania Industry: Abel Nshimiye, Kisakyake Ng'ondya, Jesus de la Paix Irakomey/ Elibariki Sumari

Smart Masai Cattle Grazing System: Lule Joseph, Zuhura Msisi

Electrical Consumption in the Smart Houses: Florian Rwegoshora, Hamis Msimbe, Daniel Wilson, Juma Salim

ICT for Air Pollution Control Management in Oil & Gas Industry: Mathiang Dut, Chantal Iribagiza, Kevin Iriho
3rd Cohort Projects
Smart industrial electrical energy analytics and forecasting system: Wayne Steven Okello, Gideon Muleme, Jared Kelvin Nganyi

NM-AIST Quality Assurance System:Anthony Taban Joseph, Siama Mary, Taban Bosco Charles

Update and Maintanance NM-AIST Laboratory Management System: Edson Mwambe Joseph Wangere, Daudi Flavian

Update and Maintanance NM-AIST Laboratory Management System: Edson Mwambe, Joseph Wangere, Daudi Flavian

Development of a smart Liquified petroleum Gas Stove: Alexandre Niyomugaba, Flavius Flumenst, Mireille Maniranzi

Mobile phone Wireless charger:Okello Tito, Onek Alfred, Mukaneza Angelique

Smart Energy Management System:Ateny Gabriel, Rodrick S Swai, Zacharie Niyonzima

Smart Pre-paid Water meter: Dickson Kipketer, Nkoloogi Blasius, Boniface Ntambara

Under 18 yrs Game + Game Console:Winny Bundotich, Alvareze Ntafatiro, Luciana Murimi

Development of Mobile Application to Monitor and verify Users Telecommunication services:Zacharia Haule, Lusajo Paight, Emmanuel Slaa

Electrnonic Voting System/Machine for NM-AISTSO:Astin Ntulo, Olais Alexander, Goodwill Ngewe

Improvement of the Ugali Cooker: Immaculate Kamusiime, Tusekile Mwasambili, Umuhoza Mwasambili

IoT controlled walking stick for blind: Faith Felix, Rodricque Swai, Rebecca Swai

Automatic fare metering system for Bajaji and Bodaboda: Rehema Lugosi, Thierry Ndayitezibiganza, Uwimbabazi Jacqueline

Energy Device Monitoring System

The Proposed wireless energy device monitoring system is a single phase electricity and used for monitoring electricity usage by the industrial automation for example lighting system, HVAC and electronic devices usage. The system is using real-time measurement facility via wireless network applications via Arduino MKR1000 microcontroller that uses CT sensor to measure current and PT Sensor to measure potential difference.
It is required in order to minimize operating cost of energy consumption without reducing productivity. The target of energy audit is focused on the profiling behavior of the manufacturing industrial sector and commercial buildings in electricity consumption. The best way to achieve this solution is to design and develop an electrical energy monitoring system. This system allows an advanced measurement and data acquisition of electrical energy in real-time condition.
Monitoring and data acquisition are important for recognizing local resources, monitoring energy conversion efficiency, and sending failure reports using intercommunication systems.