The UCT invention describes a method and point of care test for diagnosing symptomatic and asymptomatic sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and bacterial vaginosis (BV). STIs and BV cause inflammation in the female genital tract. In resource-limited settings, BV and STIs are managed according...

SUNSPOT is a solar thermal power plant with rock-bed storage, containing a unique set of patented and individually licensable Stellenbosch University technologies. The SUNSPOT cycle is appropriate and efficient for generating, storing and deploying solar power in arid regions.
 

The multi-mode composite antenna developed by researchers at Stellenbosch University achieves near hemispherical coverage with reduced power gain variation and improved polarisation discrimination capabilities when compared to conventional dual-polarised dipole antennas. This is currently the...

Surface deformation caused by shallow underground mining poses a risk to health and safety, as well as infrastructure and the environment. Azimuth is designed to detect, measure and monitor mining-induced surface deformation using state-of-the-art satellite imaging technology. The service...
A low-cost general interface platform that enables the real-time monitoring and controlling of water distribution network components, such as the water meter, pressure logger and the flow valve.
 

The RockPulse is a technology developed primarily for the mining industry to observe and process micro-seismic data in real-time. The technology finds application in providing early warning of unsafe conditions due to rock mass instability and many site-specific rock engineering investigations,...

The Aerostat is an unmanned, aerodynamically shaped vehicle that uses mainly buoyant forces to maintain an elevated position, and uses active control for stabilisation. The Aerostat is made from a large fabric envelope filled with helium gas. It is fixed to the ground using a tether and is...

This is used to eliminate control reversal, particularly of aircraft ailerons.

This is a method to generate real-time high-resolution imagery of a 360° scene. The data from multiple high-resolution digital cameras are stitched into a single live panoramic/hemispherical image. It is possible to zoom in on areas of the image to view more detail.

This technology relates to an armour protection package developed to protect a platform (vehicle or the like) from an incoming Explosively Formed Projectile (EFP).

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