Developed Prototypes


This is a liquid Potassium Biofertilizer composed of microorganisms that produce potassium, hence the name. Biofertilizers are an eco-friendly and organic alternative to chemical fertilizers which affect the fertility of Nigerian Soils and are mostly imported.  

Innovator: Kene Aroh (i-FAIR Fellow)


The product is a set of hand-made jewelry, made from High Density Polyethylene collected from discarded/waste plastics. It consists of a linked set of repeating pentagonal blocks in the form of a necklace and a set of variously cracfted earrings. 
Innovator: Ireoluwa Bolajoko (i-FAIR Fellow)

Bird Defeathering Machine

This device is able to de-feather four birds in 30 seconds. The Multi-roll type poultry scalding machine is made of positive and negative principles of friction and the formation of rolling feathers removal of chicken. Bird defeathering machine saves time and effort needed to defeather birds

Innovator: Igwe Ekene Ralph (i-FAIR Fellow)


Aadana is a smart solar-powered fresh food storage system. The system maintains regulated humidity and temperature, kills microbes with UV light, while using IoT.

It records the condition os the fresh food and the working condition of the storage system and logs it into the cloud.

Innovator: Faisal Sani Bala (i-FAIR Fellow)

Farm Intrusion Detection System

Farm IDS (Intrusion Detection System) is a modular solar-powered solution that uses Artificial Intelligence to detect and identify potential threat to farmland at a distance before it arrives at the farm and sends an SMS alert to the farmer and security agencies informing them of the threat and type of threat. It does not use internet connectivity for its operation as imag processing is done within the system
Innovator: Faisal Sani Bala (i-FAIR Fellow)


Aquaclose is a recirculatory aquaculture system that enables waste and harmful water conversion into less harmful products and by such allows the reuse of the water. The main components include the fish culture system, filtration/sedimentation tank, biological and oxygenation tank, submersible pump and ultraviolent light

Innovator: Iwuchukwu Amobi Henry (i-FAIR Fellow)

Light Wheeled Mechanical Sprayer

This device is used in the application of Herbicides and Pesticides on farms. Spraying is achieved by wheeling the device which generates power from the wheels to activate the pump thereby converting occilatory motion to reciprocatory motion. 

Innovator: Christian Onyeoziri (i-FAIR Fellow)

Harmid Insulator

A thermal insulation material from Agricultural by-product of Calotropis Procera (Sodom Apple) fiber for user in thermal devices/systems in order to solve problems associated with synthetic thermal insulation (e.g. Glass Fiber, Polystyrene, Mineral Wool etc)
Innovator: Haruna Musa (i-FAIR Fellow)


Electricity Dispenser (EDIS) is an IoT powered smart electricity metering solution that promotes transparency in energy-based transactions between suppliers and electricity consumers. It affords electricity consumers a portion of control while maintaining quality service delivery and assurance of revenue to the energy supplier. EDIS is designed for both on-grid and off-grid electricity suppliers.  

Innovator: Philip Nguzor (i-FAIR Fellow)

iSmart Hive

iSmart Hive is an IoT based sustainable farming tool, that helps to foster rapid bees’ colonization, towards active pollination of crops. It also collates the data from the immediate environment for better bees, soil and crop management: air quality, rainfall/humidity, temperature/sun intensity, soil moisture variations, honey production rate/volume, and GPS tracking/ farm mapping.

Innovator: Olumide Ogunbanjo (i-FAIR Fellow)

Micro Hydro Turbine

This micro-hydro turbine generator generates electricity by floating it on the river or stream or by placing it on any waterways to generate electricity without a dam. It can be adjusted to suite any waterways. It is easy to install and build from locally sourced materials to solve power problems in rural areas. 
Innovator: Augustine Ogar (i-FAIR Fellow)


Baseline is an efficient and cost-effective device that will help health care workers and those living with disability to measure their weight without having to lift them from their wheelchair. It is comfortable, saves time and manpower as it reduces the amount of time spent weighing patients from 25 minutes to less than 2 minutes. It is safe as it helps to reduce accidents by over 60% 

Innovator: Udoka Onyebuolise (i-FAIR Fellow)


This is a portable power storing extension. It is used as a normal extension, the system detects that there is the power supply and starts charging its internal battery which can be used at any time. It has a 50000mAH battery capacity. Currently,  45% of Nigerians are without electricity and many more have less than 3 hours of daily electricity. How would the 188 million persons with mobile devices charge their devices without electricity?  This situation offers a lot of opportunities for Sisapower.

Innovator: Popoola Oluwasegun (i-FAIR Fellow)

Smart Solar Dryer

A cutting-edge device using intelligent solar drying technology incorporated with sensors and controllers to dry perishable food crops with a predetermined moisture control level in conformity with international standard drying requirements. Since the traditional way of drying food outside in an open field gives room for dust, insects and germs into the food. More people are now resorting to solar dryers. Solar dryers help in the reduction of post-harvest losses in a cost-efficient manner, improve quality of food and generate additional income and also create more employment opportunities.
Innovator: Afam Nnamani (i-FAIR Fellow)

Eco-Smart Aquaponics System

A mechatronics farming tool designed and built to circulate fish excretes dissolved in water from the fish pond to the grow bed so that the plants in the grow bed can absorb the waste as a rich nutrient, utilize it for its growth, and then purifies the water for the fish intake while the cycle repeats. The global aquaponics market size is valued at 580 million USD to 630 million as of 2018, according to a Business Intelligence report. The report forecasts the demand to grow at a CAGR  of 14.5% – 15.5% going through to 2025.

Innovator: Sampson Okolie (i-FAIR Fellow)


RescuePlus is a car accident detection and rescue solution. This solution saves lives by decreasing the time required for information to reach emergency responders. The system employs the use of smart sensors to detect car crashes and reports the exact time and location of the accident to the relation of the victim and emergency responders for rescue. It will also enable collaborative driving which helps other users to generate road/traffic status and conditions to people within their network. It will create reliable and accurate data for the government to make policies, address infrastructural deficits and challenges on different roads facilities.

Innovator: Joseph Gani Martins (i-FAIR Fellow)

Birds Electronic Repellant

Bird Electronic Repellent is a modern electronic device designed to use an Artificial Intelligence Network for bird detection and a sound system that emits a sound that repels the birds away from farmland or any area affected by damaging birds. In doing so, it secures food crops (grains) and other relevant investments against bird damage. The motivation behind this invention is to solve the growing problem of food shortages and loss of annual revenue because of bird menace. The seasonal farming yield would be optimized when physical factors that affect crop yield such as birds attack, are controlled.
Innovator: Ibrahim Shuaibu Gangara (i-FAIR Fellow)

Mechanical Ventilator

This device provides oxygen to the lungs at controlled parameters for patients with respiratory distress such as COVID-19 patients, asthmatics, etc. It is incorporated with a back up battery to keep it functional in the absence of power outage. Inspiration and expiration ratio, pressure of oxygen as well as the volume can be regulated to meet up with the patients demands.

Innovator: Mohammed Mansur (i-FAIR Fellow)

Solar Water Pumping System

Solar water pump system is an electrical pump system in which the electricity is provided by one or several Photovoltaic (PV) panels. It consists of a solar panel array that powers an electric motor, which in turn powers a bore pump, a plastic-based pump that results in less production cost than stainless steel material used in many solar pumps currently. The water is often pumped from the ground or stream into the farm directly for irrigation purposes.

Innovator: Rilwanu Usman (i-FAIR Fellow)


This device automatically switches from generator power to main power (PHCN) and turns off the generator. It also protects your building from high and low voltages, and has special features like generator timer and automatic generator start up (for key-starter generators).
Innovator: Chinaza Benson (i-FAIR Fellow)
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