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Sci-Tech Colleges Got Talent!

Tel Aviv University recently hosted the Zohar Kalev Memorial Contest, held by the Israeli Ministry of Education, and encompassing projects by college students majoring in Computer & Electronics, and in Control & Energy Systems. Students of the Israel Sci-Tech College Network presented some exceptional entries, and won several top prizes.

 

 

In the Grade 13 Category

First place: a computerized vision system for a robot traversing a labyrinth; Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

Second place: a smart supermarket cart; Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

Third place: a robotic system identifying songs and tunes; Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

 

In the Accessibility Projects Category

Second place: a chess-playing robot, Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

Third place: an object-recognition circuit using a webcam, which produces audio signals; Sci-Tech Rehovot College

 

In The IDF-Briefed Practical Engineering Projects Category

First place: an object-recognition circuit using a webcam, which produces audio signals; Sci-Tech Hermelin College, Netanya

Second place: a smart shooting-range management module; Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

Third place: a digital altitude corridor management system for helicopters; Sci-Tech Rehovot College

Third place: an FM modulation and transmission system enabling advanced frequency control; Sci-Tech Hermelin College, Netanya

 

In the College-Briefed Practical Engineering Projects Category

First place: a robot using artificial intelligence to play the Connect Four game; Sci-Tech Singalovsky College, Tel Aviv

Third place: a video processing system; Sci-Tech Hermelin College, Netanya

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