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Proj. Engineer Kwame Ardiabah


 Mr. Ardiabah is certified  in CISCO Network Engineering (DalTech University, Halifax, N.S. Canada), BCom. degree (Double Major) in Computing Science & Information Systems (Systems Architecture), and Accounting degree (Saint Mary University, Halifax, N.S. Canada),  Certified Novell Network Administrator (Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S. Canada), Programmer in Logics & Integrated Circuit Electronics (Diawa Education Center, Toronto,  ON, Canada),  Masters In Business Administration (MBA-Saint Mary's University, Halifax, N.S. Canada). He has over 13 years experience as a Developer & System Architechure Engineering.

Final Vision Technology Ltd. Partners Regent University to Transform Engineering Education

Regent University

17-01-2017 - Final Vision Technology Limited, a Canadian-based technology manufacturing firm, has donated assorted computer engineering equipment to Regent University College of Science and Technology.

The items worth about GHS 10,000 were donated to the University as part of the firm’s commitment to transforming engineering education in Africa, by promoting hands-on learning. The equipment included voltimeters, multimeters, micro controllers, cloud terminals, digital multimedia kits, solar panels and wireless adaptors.

The Chief Executive Officer of Final Vision Technology, Mr. Anthony Ardiabah, presented the items to the University. The President of Regent University College, Professor Nicholas N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, received the items on behalf of the University College and expressed appreciation to the team at Final Vision Technology Ltd. for the support.  

The technology firm will also assist in the setting up of a modern computer engineering laboratory at the Regent Campus that will be powered by renewable energy. This will be done in partnership with the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Allied Sciences (FECAS).

 “Through this co-operation students will acquire relevant skills in the field of engineering, thus contributing towards making Regent a centre for technology and innovation”, said Prof. Nsowah-Nuamah. He assured the firm that the equipment will be put to good use.

Final Vision Technology Limited in partnership with FECAS will also train Regent students in the manufacturing of various engineering components as well. Students will also benefit from the expertise of faculty from St. Mary's University in Canada, an affiliate institution of Regent. 

Also in attendance at the presentation ceremony were the University Registrar, Ms. Nancy Ansah, the Dean of FECAS, Dr. Paul Obeng, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Stanley Moffatt, Dr. Erzen Lokman, Head of the 

Marie Davis

Chief Accountant and Co-CEO

Marie Davis has been the co-founder and CAO of Final Vision Technology Ltd for the past 4 years. Marie has been in charge of AIDDE E-library project which enables accessibility to books for university students in Africa and the rest of the world. Before joining Final Vision Technology, Marie worked as a Property Manager for commercial industrial and residential properties for over 15 years. Marie holds an Accounting Diploma from Nova Scotia Community College and  she is a successful business woman. Many thanks to Eddy MacKay, Dr Apaloo, Maoua Demande and others who supported the project with advise, money and other assistance  for this projects to become a reality.


Thermal Processing of Waste

Thermal Processing of Waste is a comprehensive overview of burning municipal solid waste Thermal Processing of Waste is an ebook to download free of charge. Most nations struggle with waste management and disposal of waste. Most nations also need to ensure a steady supply of electricity for residents and industry. Thermal processing of waste materials using incineration and pyrolysis, for example, can solve both problems: it provides energy from waste. While we may typically think of waste as something to be gotten rid of, much of the waste we call municipal solid waste (msw) has great value as fuel. The author includes examples of incinerators in Detroit, Singapore, and Japan, and others, describes how they work, and delves into the effects of incineration and the introduction of carbon into the atmosphere. Other fuel sources include wood waste, farm waste such as rice husks, refinery sludge, plastic, and scrap tyres. In addition to incineration, techniques such as pyrolysis and gasification also consume municipal solid waste and generate electricity. Even radioactive waste can be processed thermally. This ebook, Thermal Processing of Waste, is part of a series written by author J.C. Jones.

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