Video; Obuasi Sectech creates a touchless dustbin for people with disabilities. »

Obuasi Senior Technical School has created a touchless dustbin for people with disabilities after an assessment revealed the regular dustbins are accessible after pressing a leg pad, which is ineffective for children and persons with mobility challenge.

In a video posted by Nhyira FM’s Facebook page, the student explained how the dustbin is used

This dustbin detects when there’s an object closer to it and automatically opens because of its embedded sensor.

One of the students, Moses Adjei listed plastic dustbin, motor drivers, arduino board and ultrasonic sensor as the components of the innovation which are powered by battery.

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