The Qatar Scientific Club (QSC), affiliated with the Ministry of Sports and Youth and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE), is participating in the 14th International Invention Fair in the Middle East (IIFME) currently being held in Kuwait until February 7.
Manager of QSC Sheikh Ali bin Salman al-Thani leads the Qatari delegation to the conference, along with representatives of the Qatar Science and Technology Secondary School for Boys, Qatar University and Qatari inventors nominated by the General Secretariat of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC).
The delegation includes innovator Khalid Alyafei from QU, innovators Omar Mohamed al-Emadi, Jassim Issa al-Shammari, Nayef Hamad al-Aji, and Bandar Talal al-Mansouri from Qatar School of Science and Technology, alongside candidates of the General Secretariat of GCC, namely Dr Saif Ali al-Hajri and Hitmi Khalifa al-Hitmi.
The delegation is participating in the event by showcasing the Project AquaCare, an innovative system to monitor water quality that ensures the standards of safe drinking water in homes and public places and utilises sophisticated technologies such as the artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) to constantly test water indicators. The aforementioned project displays a real time data and relays alerts via telegram when diversion from the safe levels occurs, in addition to boosting health and sustainability project granting the individuals the ability to ensure the safety of water.
The Qatari delegation is also showcasing methods of growing crops underneath solar PV panels and wind energy.
Sheikh Ali bin Salman al-Thani said QSC is committed to participating in the exhibition with stellar innovations to highlight the role of Qatari innovators, empower and brief them on the experiences of others, as well as giving them self-confidence and spurring them to explore innovative solutions for problems facing the Qatari community, whether at the environmental, climatic, or health levels.
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