We are pleased to show you the winners in the project video competition for the 2021 participants in the Undergraduate Student Industry Program. Each participant in the program produced a video detailing their work, and again iMOVE is extremely happy with both the videos and the work undertaken.
The videos were judged and voted on by a panel of iMOVE staff and awarded first to third prizes. Additionally, a People’s Choice award was given, voted on by those attending the end-of-year event held to announce the winners.
All prize-winning videos are embedded below. Again congratulations to the winners, and indeed all those that participated in the 2021 iMOVE Undergraduate Student Industry Program.
We’re already talking to companies and universities for the 2022 Undergraduate Student Industry Program, and would also like to encourage interested parties to get in touch via the program’s Enquiry Form.
Now, on to this year’s award-winning videos. They are:
Students – Duncan MacKay, Earl Vickery, Harrison Sheppard, Hayden Eagle, Nathaniel Peiffer, Tom Caspar, Swinburne University of Technology
This project was Development of a low-cost IoT solution to monitor the localisation of electric bikes in real-time. The students’ supervisor on this project was Felip Marti, the industry partner Lug and Carrie.
Runner-up: Danielle Haj Moussa – University of Sydney
Danielle’s project was entitled Socially-attentive pedestrian tracking in shared spaces, her supervisor was Dr Stewart Worrall of the University of Sydney, and the industry partner was Transport for NSW.
Third place: Jeremy Carlisle – Swinburne University
Jeremy’s project was Autonomous steering. Supervising him on this project was Swinburne’s Ambarish Kulkarni.
In a first for iMOVE for this award, there were joint winners of this prize this year.
Those joint winners were:
Development of a low-cost IoT solution to monitor the localisation of electric bikes in real-time – Duncan MacKay, Earl Vickery, Harrison Sheppard, Hayden Eagle, Nathaniel Peiffer, Tom Caspar – Swinburne University of Technology
Socially-attentive pedestrian tracking in shared spaces – Danielle Haj Moussa – University of Sydney
Yes, the two videos picked up won first and second prize in the judges’ awards also scored well in the people’s choice votes, in fact they couldn’t be split, and share this award.
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