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Date: 
Tuesday, August 17, 2021

The CSIR has developed a software product that converts digital text into synthetic speech, in all the 11 official South African languages.

| Scientific Infrastructure

The CSIR operates a network of flux towers (the Skukuza, Malopeni and Agincourt flux towers) that is used to measure the amount of gas – such as water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO2) – and energy f

| Technology Available For Licensing

The CSIR has developed a surveillance system that detects and localises moving targets, over large areas and identifies them as humans or animals.

| Projects
Project Status: 
Ongoing

Defects and obstacles on and around train tracks cause delays and deadly accidents and cost the railway industry millions every year.

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The CSIR has developed a bioplastic technology for producing 100% biodegradable and compostable plastic.

| Clusters

Chemicals cluster stays ahead of the curve by collaborating with industry and (inter)national academic institutions to find impactful solutions that focus on green chemicals, pharmaceuticals and material advancements.

| Research groups

The CSIR electrochemical energy technologies research group focuses on developing new materials-based technologies for energy storage systems and demonstrating these technologies to enable new indu

| Research groups

The CSIR’s Advanced Internet of Things (IoT) group specialises in research and development on IoT technologies.

| Research groups

The Cloud and network architecture and services research group focuses on research and development in the cloud, network architecture and services area.  This includes the areas of software defined

| Scientific Infrastructure

The CSIR’s Detonics, ballistics and explosives laboratory (DBEL) is a uniquely equipped facility, outside of the City of Tshwane, where experimentation is conducted to determine the impact of blast