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LabTECH Enginering Solutions is a leading technology company comprised of young entreprenuers alongside mentors that have been instrumental in guiding these young innovators along their innovation journey.

LabTECH Engineering Solutions has taken it upon itself to come up with leading technology innovations in application of artificial intelligence technologies and we hit the ground with a product called UriSAF to ease and speed up antenatal health care provision to mothers in sub-Saharan Africa where the access to antenatal health care was low and the maternal mortality rate was high.

With its current incubation center at the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology, Makerere University, LabTECH Engineering Solutions has established strategic partnerships with key technology players like DeepMind Health, BioNano Consulting and Royal Academy of Engineering all based in the United Kingdom. We have also partnered with Singularity University in the US who selected our project that as the winner for their  East Africa Grand Impact Challenge in 2017.


Alvin Leonard Kabwama

Role: Head of Applied Machine Learning












One of the co-founders at  LabTECH Engineering Solutions, Alvin started his innovation journey through robotics way back in high school and is currently the head of applied machine learning at LabTECH.

He is an electrical and machine learning with 5 years’ experience in sensor development and instrumentation, robotics, electronics drone development and flight trained at Makerere University and Singularity University in the US.

He has already worked with several projects as their hardware developer which include Matibabu, non-invasive malaria diagnosis application for early instant malaria detection and BreastIT which is also a phone application coupled with hardware that is used on a woman’s breast and tests for lumps in the breast using ultrasound to be able to recreate the images of these cancerous lumps.

He is a Udemy-certified machine learning engineer with experience in several data science projects.

Stephen Kalyesubula

Role: Software Engineer and Head of Research.

Stephen Kalyesubula who heads research and software development, is a computer Engineering graduate from Makerere University and has up to 4 years’ experience in software development in with Microsoft products as well mobile app development. He is currently working with USAID/URC-ASSIST Project in Uganda as part of the technical staff in the data management and mining as well as network engineering. His diverse experience in software development makes him a key player in developing the software both desktop and mobile for interacting with the hardware and the machine learning algorithms.


Kiyegga Raymond Paul

Role : Head of  Business and Finance

He is a graduate from Makerere University with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering.  He later pursued a Certificate in Project Monitoring and Evaluation at Uganda Management Institute in 2016.

Kiyegga handles our business development and spearheads all the business processes that include need finding activities in different hospitals as well as the business analysis for the product to enable us effectively determine factors like pricing and pricing models. He is currently pursuing a business master’s degree in Information Technology at Strathmore University in Nairobi.

He has worked with iLAbs@MAK project as a student developer from 2012 in which he gained experience in project design and embedded systems. While there he conducted training sessions in secondary schools in Uganda that participated in the Science and Technology Innovations Challenge.

He is also working on another project prototype called “Crystalite UV water purifier” that uses ultra violet light to purify water. He is passionate about public speaking and recently participated in the first FameLab competitions 2017 organized by British Council.

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