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TU Austria Innovation-Marathon, TU Vienna 2015
1535 New Ideas
More than a hundred students from three different Universities in Austria followed the call of TU Austria to let their creativity loose and work on real-life challenges of the industry.
Nine different companies prepared these tasks for the students, who then created a complete concept within only 24 hours.
Harald, Joachim, Irina, Michael and Florian committed their 24 hours to the future applications of steel rail systems.
Eric, Azra, Eduard and Georg crossed the military bridges of the future in their minds and thought about how These bridges could be built within a maximum of 6 hours
Clemens, Lukas, Greta und Philipp investigated their smartphones to think of ways these could be integrated into the sensor systems of a car
Stefan, Johannes, Karim, Lukas and Nicole developed an innovative storage system for hand-held blenders
Thomas, Katrin, Dominik, Johannes und Martin explored options for a new concept for conductor boards of modular smartphones
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Ivan, Sarah, Tudor, Anna and Daniel investigated how the users will interact with digital news in the future
Lilla, Katharina, Robert, Richard and Martin deliberated how In-Ear-Monitoring could work in an individualized Ear-Piece for communication or listening to music
Daniela, Stefan, Dean and Nemanja planned and designed the new Infineon Starter Kit for Hardware-Startups within 24 hours
Tugyan, Martina, Ognjen, Martina and Stefan asked themselves, how a completely intuitive remote for adjustable beds could look like
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