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  • Naidoo, Sasha; Thambiran, Tirusha (2016-12)
    Urbanisation in South Africa is expected to increase to 71.3 % in 2030 and reach nearly 80% by 2050, with the City of Johannesburg projected to surpass the 10 million population mark and emerge as a megacity by 2030. ...
  • Naidoo, Sasha; Thambiran, Tirusha (2016-12)
    Urbanisation in South Africa is expected to increase to 71.3 % in 2030 and reach nearly 80% by 2050, with the City of Johannesburg projected to surpass the 10 million population mark and emerge as a megacity by 2030. ...
  • Adebiyi, ID; Popoola, PAP; Pityana, Sisa L (IGI Global, 2016-04)
    Today's increasingly extreme and aggressive production environments require that machine components be made with materials having specific surface properties such as good wear resistance. Unfortunately, nature does not ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Tolmay, JP; Mathaba, SU (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2011-09)
    The research is about coming up with a way to develop and provide digital content by taking advantage of the expertise of local teachers. The digital content is mixed and matched to fit the theme of the day, as opposed to ...
  • Chelule, E; Van Greunen, D; Herselman, M; Veldsman, A (2011-05)
    Business incubation has long been a successful economic development tool in developed and emerging economies. It helps entrepreneurs start businesses that remain sustainable. However, business incubation theory designed ...
  • Ogunleye, OS; Makitla, I (mGCI, 2010-10)
    In this paper the authors report the current developments around the Mobi4D platform. Mobi4D is a communication services delivery platform based on the JAIN SLEE compliant and certified Mobicents Application Server. It ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Van Greunen, D; Herselman, M (The authors, 2010-05)
    The interdisciplinary field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI), having barely matured past its adolescent shoes, now faces the challenge of meaningfully integrating Mobile Human Computer Interaction (MHCI). MHCI however, ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Van Deventer, A (2009-09)
    There is an acknowledged international skills shortage in Science and Technology. TekkiTots is an initiative by the Meraka Institute aimed at introducing Science and Technology to preschools. Due to the infrastructure ...
  • Ogunleye, OS; Van Belle, JP; Fogwill, TA (Universal Conference Management Systems & Support, 2014-07)
    Mobile phones are becoming the most rapidly adopted technology in history and the most popular and widespread personal technology in the world. Also, the ubiquitous nature of mobile phones in developing countries, for ...
  • Sibiya, G; Makitla, I; Ogunleye, S; Fogwill, T; Alberts, R (2014-09)
    The leading global cause of high mortality has been identified to be chronic non-communicable diseases such as stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory conditions, heart disease, diabetes etc. These diseases affect communities ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Van Greunen, D; Herselman, M (2010-10)
    Applying a Mobile Human Computer Interaction (MHCI) view to the domain of education using Mobile Learning (Mlearning), the research outlines its understanding of the influences and effects of different interactions on the ...
  • Ford, M (IST-Africa Conference, 2008-05)
    As a communications device, cell phones have changed the African landscape and are proliferating rapidly throughout the continent. As the devices become increasingly powerful and sophisticated, they open up new opportunities ...
  • Walker, A; Butler, L; Bright, G; Tlale, NS; Kumile, C (2008)
    Industrial manufacturing systems achieve production stability due to near constant production processes e.g. mass production. Passive methods such as production flow analysis can produce plant layouts which optimise material ...
  • Kingsley Bell, L; Mouton, Francois; Meyer, T (IEEE, 2017-03)
    The rapid development of smart-phone technology in recent years has lead to many smart-phone owners owning out-of-date devices, equipped with useful technologies, which are no longer in use. These devices are valuable ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Makitla, I; Ford, M; Fogwill, T; Seetharam, D; Abouchabki, C; Tolmay, JP; Oguneye, O (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    The story of mobile telecommunications in Africa and the developing world is a remarkable one. Africa's mobile cellular growth rate has been the highest of any region over the past 5 years, averaging close to 60% year on ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Makitla, I; Ford, F; Fogwill, T; Seetharam, D; Abouchabki, C; Tolmay, JP; Oguneye, O (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    The story of mobile telecommunications in Africa and the developing world is a remarkable one. Africa's mobile cellular growth rate has been the highest of any region over the past 5 years, averaging close to 60% year on ...
  • Van Biljon, J; Kotze, P; Renaud, K (CHISIG & Author, 2008-12)
    This paper concerns the impact of motivational factors on mobile phone use profiles and the influence thereof on the design of mobile phones. It aims to provide an alternative to the current feature driven design perspectives
  • Green, J; Plumb, S (IEEE, 2011-09)
    This paper presents the history, current position and future aspirations of the mobile robot competition. It has been run for a number of years in the past under the guidance of National Instruments as an undergraduate ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Calteaux, K; Herselman, M; Grover, AS; Barnard, E (Karlstad University Press, 2012-02)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide a “Mobile User Experience Framework for Voice services.” The rapid spread of mobile cellular technology within Africa has made it a prime vehicle for accessing services and content. ...
  • Wilken, I; De Wet, Febe; Taljard, E (ISCA, 2015-09)
    Communication plays a vital role in everyday life and in some situations multilingual communication is a necessity. The South African constitution recognises 11 official languages. Multilingual communication therefore ...