A range of lifestyle improvement technology projects were showcased at the 8th annual Software Development Tradeshow (SDTS), including an Android-based system for the diagnosis and monitoring of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) which bagged the first prize.
The device was one among 30 projects showcased at the annual competition, which attracted teams from 14 different universities, making it the biggest since its inception.
The winning technology, which was developed by the Android Doctors team from the
The second place was bagged by one of seven teams from UOWD, for their innovative walking stick — a small, thin and lightweight stick — incorporating a number of sensors that add a range of new functions to the conventional walking aid.
Making up the top three were the Sightless Vision team from the
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