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TOMSK, Sep 30 – RIA Tomsk. Two projects of Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR) teams became prize-winners of the international competition of scientific and technical projects INRADEL-2020; the first concerns remote monitoring of estrus in cows, the second - VR-rehabilitation after spinal injuries and strokes, the press service said.
Earlier it was reported that INRADEL - is a competition of innovative projects in the field of electronics, held by the Elektronika Central Scientific Research Institute with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. Its prize fund is 3 million rubles. This year 1070 teams from 35 cities of Russia, CIS, Europe and China have applied for the competition. 34 of the most promising projects from 13 cities of Russia passed to the final.
"The final of the VII season of the annual international competition of scientific and technical projects INRADEL took place. Among 14 projects entered the final stage there are the development of the TUSUR teams "Biosensorica" and "OilSens", as well as the development of the resident of the student business incubator (SBI) of TUSUR "VR-movement". Two teams entered the top three at once", - says the message.
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According to the results of the final, two TUSUR projects won prizes. The second place went to the "VR-movement" development of the resident of SBI TUSUR. The task of this software and hardware complex - is to increase the efficiency of rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system after stroke and spinal injuries. The complex, in addition to the application, contains a number of exercises for the upper and lower extremities, various scenarios for certain types of user pathologies.
The third place in the competition was taken by the "Biosensorica" project of Vyacheslav Kobzev, a postgraduate student of the Department of Designing Units and Parts of Electronic Equipment of TUSUR. He proposed a solution for remote monitoring of cow's estrus. The sensors, which are attached to the animals, will help to accurately determine the time for their insemination, which is very important for ensuring high milk yields.
It is added that further, in November, participants will take part in the international stage of the competition, which will be held in the format of the Russian-Chinese industrial innovation award. The online platform will host 14 Russian INRADEL finalist teams and 14 teams from China, selected following the results of national competitions. The winners will share the prize fund of 3 million rubles.