Kwame Bediako Asare

Technology Researcher, Drone pilot, and Programmer in Ghana

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Over the past few years, persistent tech-savviness has developed my keen interest in the transitional, inescapable pace of technological advancements and trends. Having unlimited access to the wealth of the world’s knowledge today, with just a few keystrokes, clicks and taps; I constantly equip my knowledge bank with these trends, developments & updates, which practically makes me too obsessed with keeping up with everything in Tech. However, this also keeps me in sync with conceptual ideas, naturally makes me identify opportunities best suited for me and respond to them as they materialize.

Taking a course of action which coincides with my ideas, dreams and passions, I have understood my motives and reassessed my aims to work hard towards having a satisfying career. That is; a work-life balance in an environment where I find work more interesting, have the best opportunity to develop new skills while improving those I already possess, work with new technologies and make full potential use of my abilities; embracing every challenge that comes my way.

I strongly believe technology teaches us to think more and gadgets do simplify the process of being creative. Thus, I solemnly seek to commit myself to something a lot more closer to my heart, build the character of an aficionado, and be totally engrossed in disciplines such as: IT Management, Technology Research, Industrial Technology/Engineering, Cybersecurity & Ethical Hacking. If possible, I prefer to get to work from absolutely anywhere as long as I have my computer with internet connectivity and I seek to be an avid world traveler someday too.

I personally identify myself as an apolitical visionary, a lateral thinker, a hyperactive cybernaut, a natural hacker material who considers technology subjects more than a hobby, and tends to highly thinker with gadgetry. My ardour for Fitness & Wellness also has me actively engaged in bodybuilding.

After 2 years of professional practice with a BSc. in Construction Technology & Management, I exited the construction industry to join the start-up team of Ghana's premier commercial drone company (Aeroshutter) as a Technical officer & Drone pilot. Currently, I am the CTO of a tech start-up (Adwin Technology) and an Editor for the blog iDeviceCareGH.

  • Work
    • Adwin Technology
  • Education
    • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology