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KUAS delegation big winner of 41st IEI in Geneva

The faculty and students of KUAS have won two gold, four silver, and one bronze medals, and one special award at the 41st International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva, Switzerland. KUAS delegation was led by the dean of the College of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Dr. Kuan-Ming Hung.
The biggest winner of the delegation --the innovative “scenario-guided knee rehabilitation kit,” won a gold medal and a special award. The kit, a device to help patients with arthritis, is developed in collaborating with Yuan Hospital of Kaohsiung city. Another gold medal winner—“cloud computing based vehicle driving recorder machine with the capability of road sensing”—which applies cloud computing to automobile navigation also won great recognition from the judges. The four winners of the silver medal include the “smart safe energy-saving device(3SD) and electricity management system,” “osteoarthritis vibro-arthrographic diagnostic training system,”  “non-invasive osteoarthritis diagnosis system,” and “LED puck light,” while the “full-featured vehicle operation and trouble signal generator” won a bronze medal. All the winning products are the fruitful results of the projects of industry-academia collaboration, demonstrating the R & D capacity of KUAS faculty and students in applied sciences and technologies.
The delegation was congratulated by Dr. Shin-Yuan Lai, Taiwan’s envoy to the WTO in Geneva. Upon their return, the delegation was congratulated by the president of KUAS, Dr. Cheng-Hong Yang. In addition to sharing the great news, Dr. Yang also encouraged faculty and students of KUAS to continue collaborating with the industry and bring the results to the global stage.


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