Two teams made a presentation of their Engineers Without Borders project to asisst the lives of the people of Bambui in Cameroon, West Africa to the engineering staff of Arup on 2 June. They had developed in the space of 12 weeks an analysis of the constraints in Bambui, and designed and developed a project supported by a working prototype.
45 second-year Advanced Engineering students from the Faculty of Engineering &IT at the University of Sydney gathered at ATP Innovations at the Australia Technology Park on 27 May to make their pitch to an audience of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, families and friends, based on their 12-week development of a new product or service based on an emerging technology.
Wirad Technologies – A next generation powerboard controlled from your mobile
RoboCrop – Lucie: an automated data acquisition and analysis system