Aspire to Innovate (A2I) a government project has been strived to unfold potential within the government to create remarkable innovations that can ease and improve the lives of citizens.
Under the program over a dozen apps and IT solutions are getting popularity among commoners.
Projects like a 3D printer is developed ultra-low-cost, customized artificial limbs can use in practical, a video game app that children with learning difficulties can easily use and learn alphabets and numerical in both English and Bangla and a user-friendly, low-cost, high-performance wheelchair for the physically challenged which can be controlled using both buttons and motion sensing by any Android-based device.
Aspire to Innovate are supporting those innovations across the country, sources said.
“As the flagship programme of the Digital Bangladesh agenda, we hope to inspire developing and developed nations on public service innovation and transformation by sharing our groundbreaking insights supported by examples, lessons, and knowledge” a high official of the A2I said.
The project is also supporting develop by Bangladesh Police, Police Headquarters A web-based software for online application for certificate with auto generated date and serial number for delivery of certificate, and dynamic SMS notification facility.
Aspire to Innovate recently launched a pilot programme of SME e-database in four upazilas at a function in the city, said a press release.
“If the information of all SME entrepreneurs of the country is available on one platform, it will be easier for the government to determine the policy for the development of this sector. Such programmes will play an important role in the development of the MSME sector,” .
UNDP, Telenor, Worldwide web foundation, Google and many more international agencies are supporting the aspire to innovation program.