Charging your phone on the walk……one of the gains of Reverse Technology
National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure, NASENI has entered into a partnership deal with Coscharis Technologies Limited, a foremost indigenous computer engineering firm on reverse engineering.
Reverse-Engineering is the process of taking a piece of software or hardware, analyzing its functions and information flow and then translating those processes into useful purposes for mankind.
In the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU signed by the two parties in Abuja, NASENI shall establish and nurture appropriate and dynamic science and engineering infrastructure base, for achieving home initiated and home sustained industrialization through the development of relevant processes, capital goods and equipment necessary for job creation, national economic well-being and progress.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NASENI, Engr. Mohammed Haruna said Coscharis Technologies Ltd and NASENI have agreed to collaborate in order to achieve a common goal using existing capacity within the parties to develop mass critical skills by promoting the adoption and application of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, AMT in tertiary institutions.
Engr. Haruna also said the synergy would involve the deployment of developed skills for the production of selected standard parts and components within some of the tertiary institutions in the country, apart from facilitating the transfer of the developed modern technologies to entrepreneurs for the rapid transformation of the Nigerian industrial sector.
Meanwhile, the Managing Director of Coscharis Technologies Ltd Mr. Sunday Mukoro said the partnership shall be to undertake activities of mutual interest through cooperation in the transformation and development of manufacturing sector.
Mukoro said the collaboration will see to the joint sourcing of funds through public-private-partnership, PPP arrangements from relevant bodies to promote the use of AMT software including solid works, pro E, CES Edu pack in manufacturing within Nigerian tertiary institutions.