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Students in the Computing program, namely Tim Xiao, Lessing Chou and Herman Lam, represented Macao and have won the Second Prize in the tertiary project category in the Asia Pacific Information and Communications Technology Award (APICTA) in Dec 2016.

APICTA is one of the yearly prestigious competitions for the information technology industry in the Asia Pacific region. Every year it attracts high-quality projects from education, government and industry sectors in Asia Pacific to compete for excellence and innovation. The competition is especially fierce this year, with more than 230 project teams coming from 16 countries / regions.

Under the supervision of Associate Professors Rita Tse and Philip Lei (from the Computing program), the MPI Computing program project team had won the top award in the Macao ICT Award in Sept 2016, and was selected as the representative of Macao in the APICTA competition. The project is titled “A Wireless Sensor Network System for Real-time Environmental Monitoring”. It proposes an innovative solution to measure air quality with mobile sensor nodes, which upload data to a cloud-based server for analysis. The project enables effective and low-cost solutions to monitor air quality and possesses large potential for personal health products.

 

http://www.macaodaily.com/html/2017-01/10/content_1149516.htm

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