TU Delta is the weekly magazine published by the Delft University of Technology. Read Delta’s article on TAHMO and the Final Challenge in Nairobi [link].

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“A continent-wide network of weather stations to gather and provide data gives hope of transforming agriculture patterns”. TAHMO is now featured on The Guardian’s blog!

Photo credit: Martin Godwin for the Guardian


Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices, and materials that are pushing toward a smarter and more sustainable future. Read the article ‘TU Delft Developing a Network Of 20,000 Weather Stations to Track Climate Change in Africa’ on this interesting website.

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After a week of soldering, programming, and teamwork, a cheer went up when 21 sensors, brought in from all corners of Africa, came online and started submitting their measurements to the internet. The sensors were designed by the winners of the TAHMO Sensor Design Competition. Final Challenge of the TAHMO Sensor Design Competition held in Nairobi on 29 July [link].

Ben Schiller from Fast Company (New York) featured TAHMO on his blog, including some pictures of the TAHMO Final Challenge in Nairobi!

How could TAHMO help tackle the global food crisis? Article by Nick van de Giesen in the daily newspaper South Africa Business Day.

An article by Nick van de Giesen on how TAHMO could help tackle the global food crisis is now also featured on Thomson Reuters.

Nick van de Giesen was interviewed on TAHMO and the competition by Spectrum, the (English-spoken) science radio show from Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle. The interview was broadcast on 18 February 2013 [link].