The winner is Mark Gaughran, from IT Carlow, with “Vehicle Breathalyzer & Safety Monitoring System”. Mark received a €1,000 cash prize. Supervisor – Keith Smyth.
The runners-up are Hasan Hammad, from TU Dublin Tallaght – Supervisor – Michael Gill with “Design and Implementation of an IoT Medical Care System with Web Development” and Daire Joyce from NUIG – Supervisor – Gearóid Ó Laighin with “Real-Time Detection of Intention to Execute a Sit-to-Stand Transition for Ultimate Implementation as an Implanted Electronics System”. They each received a €250 cash prize.
Thanks again to their Supervisors for all their efforts/guidance in relation to their projects.
The competition prizes are kindly sponsored by Analog Devices. The winner was announced at our recent MIDAS Ireland meeting in IT Carlow on Thursday, 17th October 2019. The prizes were also awarded on the day. The Adjudication Panel acknowledged the very high quality of submissions received for this year’s competition.
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