BaileyBionic, Jamaican made robotic hand

Students from Ardenne High at the KB Robotics Booth Kimroy Bailey Robotics staged a grand showcase of cutting edge Jamaican Technologies at the Planning Institute of Jamaican (PIOJ) Labour Market Forum. The booth featured a host of advance technologies including the companies dual extruder 3D printer; a snapshot of BaileyBionic: the company's line of human-like robots and BaileyBotic: the company's line of mobile robots. BaileyBionic is a robotic hand made in Jamaica at the Kimroy Bailey Robotics Fabrication Laboratory (FabLab) in Trelawny. The hand is a derivative...

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Robotics, Renewable Energy & Farming TV Feature

Youth participation in Jamaica remains highly uneven. The adolescent voice is largely missing from decision-making and policy development. Talk Up Yout’ – a nationally televised talk show hosted by Emprezz Golding – is one of the few platforms designed to share adolescent views on issues affecting young people with solutions as the final outcome. Watch the Kimroy Bailey TV Feature Here:  'Talk Up Yout'  Television Show produced by 'Stanley & Empress Productions reaches over 800,000 viewers during it's on air season...

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Gleaner: KB Foundation 100% Renewable Community Center

IT'S A lesson in humanitarian existence. With a degree in engineering from the University of Technology (UTech), Kimroy Bailey has unselfishly set his early sights not on personal gains, but on helping others through community building. Volunteers from the Kimroy Bailey Foundation during Tag Drive 2013. Background: 100% RE Community Center in Trelawny   Bailey, from the hilly terrains of Litchfield in a deep rural section of south Trelawny, has established the Kimroy Bailey Foundation and has taken on as his first...

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Request for Support: KB Foundation Tag Drive

The Kimroy Bailey Foundation: Gospel Concert and Fun Day In a bid to raise funds for the Caribbean's first 100% Renewable Community Center, The Kimroy Bailey Foundation  has organized a day of fundraising activity in the form of the 100% Renewable Gospel Concert and Fun Day. Our  Non-Profit Organization is requesting corporations, businesses and individuals to kindly assist our vision by sponsoring  or donating to the events scheduled for Independence Day: August 6, 2013. Volunteers from the Kimroy Bailey Foundation decided not...

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KB 100 % Renewable Community Center

The Kimroy Bailey Foundation announced its intention to implement Jamaica's first 100% Renewable Community Center in a rural farming community in Trelawny a few months ago. The renewable energy project will comprise of 26 solar panels and a wind turbine generating energy for a  community center in Litchfield, Trelawny. The non-profit organization is seeking to raise the funds needed for this project via a gospel concert and fun day fundraising event on Independence Day August 6, 2013. The KB Foundation's Fun...

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Kimroy Bailey Foundation: Taking a Basic School off the Grid

Certificate of Incorporation for our Non-Profit Organization The Kimroy Bailey Foundation aims to promote  renewable energy utilization by installing wind turbines and solar systems in schools across Jamaica and the Caribbean. The donation campaign for our foundation was delayed due to a few legal and technical issues relating to registration of the Foundation, authorizing donations et al. Thankfully I can now proudly state that  the 'I's have been dotted and the 'T's have been crossed and the organization is now preparing to move...

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HOT102Fm Interview with Prime Minister Awardees

On Tuesday  April 2, 2012, I was invited to join a distinguished panel of Prime Minister's Youth Awardees to discuss nation building and how young individuals can contribute to the holistic development of our country in the studios of Hot102FM. Myself along with  fellow Prime Minister's Youth awardees Timar Jackson, who excelled as a student at The University of  the West Indies and was awarded in the category of Academics with a GPA of 4.2. aw well as 19 year...

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Recipient: Prime Minister Award for International Achievement

Kimroy Bailey being awarded by the Most Hon. Portia Simpson-Miller for International Achievement at the 2013 staging of the Prime Minister Youth Award Sunday March 24, 2013 marked the pinnacle of my personal achievements when I shared the stage with the seventh Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Honorable Portia Simpson-Miller, ON, MP. My walk to the platform as one of the recipients of the Prime Minister Youth Award in the category of International Achievement was welcomed by applause from...

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PetroCaribe Solution: Integrating Renewables in the Caribbean

Former Venezuelan  President Mr. Hugo Chávez The recent death of Venezuelan President Mr. Hugo Chávez has sparked concerns across the Caribbean and Latin America Energy sectors. It has been forecast that cheap Venezuelan oil which once flooded our shores are no longer expected to at the rate it did during Mr. Chávez 's 14 year tenure under the PetroCaribe deal. The agreement which was initiated in 2005 provided more than a dozen countries in Latin America and the Caribbean with oil and...

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Prime Minister Youth Award Nomination

This publication was extracted from the Jamaica Observer dated March 14, 2013. I would like to dedicate my nomination in the category of international achievement to Mommy and Daddy :) and The University of Technology, Jamaica engineering class of 2012. Kimroy Bailey Smiling with his Mother: Dorcas Bailey and Father: Keith Bailey KINGSTON, Jamaica - Olympian Warren Weir and singer Romaine Virgo are among several young people nominated for the Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence 2012. The winners will be unveiled at an...

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