Contest results were announced during the IQRF Wireless Challenge Awards
Ceremony on Tuesday, 29th May 2012. Prizes in total value of more than $10,000
USD were awarded to professionals and students from several countries and two
The Best Student design was awarded to Sebestyén Gergely, Hungary, for his “LMIS
Access Control System”. The category of most original idea won applications of
“IQRF 3D magic remote transmitter with 3D nano gyroscope, IQRF IR Transmitter
and IQFR Magic Wand” by Eduard Pravda, the Czech Republic. Prize for the Best
application and $3,000 USD was awarded to Jiří Hodan, the Czech Republic, for
his “Multi channeled thermometer with multiple sensor control connected to
device with OS Android”.
The design contest was open to anyone who is able to create a design for
wireless communication or electronics. Totally 145 designers from all over the
world, precisely 17 countries, signed in for the contest. The majority comes
from the Czech and Slovak Republic, United Kingdom, Italy, India, Romania, the
United States or Hungary. Although even Norwegian, Canadian, Chinese or
Indonesian countries are involved. A few tens of submitted designs unveiled
plenty of interesting ideas.
Originality, complexity, usefulness, functionality and quality of the designs
were evaluated by board of engineers from IARIA, MICRORSIC and Brno University
of Technology. The goal of the contest was to find new ideas and applications
for innovative technology for wireless communication IQRF as well as to support
young promising technicians and engineers.
TThis contest has been organized under the patronage of IARIA – International
Academy, Research, and Industry Association, Ministry of Industry and Trade of
the Czech Republic and many respected expert journals and institutions.
More info: www.iqrf.org