Medical innovation wins award in GAP competition

November 2018

2018 gap

Dr Nico Steyn from F'SATI@TUT and Tsholofelo Modise from the Department of Electrical Engineering (TUT) received the second prize in the Medical Division of the Gauteng Accelerator Programme (GAP) Innovation Competition 2018 for their robotic rollator.

These smart robotic rollator applications are for gait mobility and rehabilitation practices.

The benefits of this prize are a R200 000 seed funding and the advantages of incubation at the Innovation Hub.

Dr Nico Steyn and Tsholofelo Modise at the 2018 GAP Innovation Awards