IEEE Kenya Section

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Steel Advanced Buildings' Systems (SABS) specializes in the design, fabrication, and installation of pre-engineered steel buildings. Rather than offering standard designs, we focus on costumers’ functional and architectural needs and matches them with the pre engineering buildings system. This has resulted in some exciting Pre-Engineered Building projects worldwide. We invite you to include SABS in your early stages of the projects' design even in conceptual stage. Our architects and Civil Engineers will be happy to share ideas and experiences in steel construction with you building team. We have also mastered the execution of projects in remote geographical locations, normally requiring close co-ordination with clients in the initial stage of drawings’ review as well as during shipping and transport. As such, SABS has built a reputation for being a team for challenging missions. Most important of all, the international experience gained in different countries working with various international building codes and practices is a priceless accumulation of know how that is available to our clients. At SABS, we are always on the look for excellence. Attention to details is evident in all our activities and is a habit by of SABS people at all levels. Each member at SABS recognizes that his advance in the organization and his success is a result of sustained customer satisfaction. Each one of us strives to have all of our costumers satisfied with our services. For More details visit our FaceBook Page: SABS Egypt or our website: www.sabs.com.eg

December 11th, 2013

Sabs – Under Construction

Sabs – Under Construction


December 11th, 2013

The unsung women of technology – Network World

Sure, you’ve heard of Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper. But how about Frances Allen, Deborah Estrin or Radia Perlman?


December 11th, 2013

A Bouncing Ball To Make Danger Zones Safer – IEEE Spectrum

Bounce Imaging’s Explorer Ball could do reconnaissance for military troops and emergency responders


December 11th, 2013


IEEE Kenya Section shared Engineering for Change’s photo.


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December 11th, 2013

QOTD: Stray Barking

Whether online, on the phone, by telegraph, or in person, we are governed by the same basic principles. The medium may change, but people do not. The question instead is whether the outliers, the trolls and the flamers, will hold outsized influence — and the answer seems to be that, even protected b…


December 11th, 2013

What’s Wrong With Quantum Computing

You’ve heard plenty of people by now—including us—banging on about quantum computers, and how they’re the future of high-performance computing. Quantum computing, we’re meant to understand, is set to change the world. But despite its promise, it’s neither widely available nor particularly useful yet…


December 11th, 2013


Sand Flea is an 11-lb robot with one trick up its sleeve: Normally it drives like an RC car, but when it needs to it can jump 30 feet into the air. An onboar…


December 11th, 2013


IEEE Kenya Section shared IEEE’s photo.


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