What is CRSP dsgn?
CRSP dsgn is social enterprise which was formed in April 2016 to design and develop innovative technologies for social impact. It was founded by Nthato Moagi, an Aeronautical Engineer, in order to commercialise his #LCERT invention for the South African market. Yoshlyn Naidoo, a highly experienced Mechanical Engineer and Manager, joined him soon afterwards.
CRSP dsgn has a mission to design and develop innovative technologies for social impact. South Africa, Africa and the rest of the developing world are plagued with a plethora of social issues that affect them.
Lack of Access to Affordable Quality STEM Education
One of the major social issues that affects South Africa, Africa and the rest of the developing world is the lack of access to quality education for all. At CRSP dsgn, we have developed and commercialised a solution to address this social ill by increasing access to quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) resources in the classroom.
The "Low Cost Educational Robotics Toy", or #LCERT in short, is an affordable modular electronics kit which was developed by our founder Nthato during his final year thesis at the University of the Witwatersrand.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
NELSON MANDELA | FORMER President of South Africa, revolutionary, politician & philanthropist
Our Accolades and Partners
A month after it's formation, CRSP dsgn was selected as a top 10 finalist at the prestigious Hack Jozi Challenge competition.
A few months later, CRSP dsgn went on to win first place at the prestigious 2016 SAB Foundation Social Innovation Awards. The SAB Foundation Social Innovation Award included grant funding, and business support which will enable CRSP dsgn to develop and commercialise the LCERT for the South African market. Technology support and development assistance was also included with the award through a partnership between the SAB Foundation and TIA.
Our Social Feed
RT @The_NECT: Our Edhub innovation unit is delivering Low Cost Education Robotics kits today at three schools in Gauteng earmarked for the pilot phase