iMOVE 2022 Undergraduate Student Industry Program awards
As part of our annual Undergraduate Student Industry Program we provide workshops on presentation, networking, and media skills, with the ultimate result of the students producing a short video showcasing their projects. Listed here are the winning videos from the 2022 edition of the program.
Congratulations not only to the award winners, but to all of the 2022 undergraduate student cohort. We look forward to seeing what you all move on to, be it progressing to further study with a PhD, or moving into industry and government roles in transport.
All prize-winning videos are embedded below.
We’re already talking to companies and universities for the 2023 Undergraduate Student Industry Program, and would also like to encourage interested parties to get in touch via the program’s Enquiry Form.
Now, on to the winning videos for the 2022 intake of this program. They are:
Students – Claudia Nave, Eamonn Field, Samuel Hauser, Nathaniel Brennan, Harrison Feldman – Swinburne University of Technology
The team demonstrate a solution to monitoring the condition of freight in transit, using hardware that reports in real-time on the truck’s location, and the air quality, changes in light, and movement within the freight space of the truck.
This information is sent to the cloud, and can be accessed by interested parties and viewed via an online dashboard.
Runner-up: Jasper Harvey, Patrick Kelly, Andrew Marshall, Sophie Midwinter – University of Newcastle
The team on this project showcase the development of a real-time and light-weight perception unit for use in the rail corridor, enabling remote or semi-autonomous completion of many routine tasks.
- Constructs maps and localises within the rail corridor
- Detects and records significant changes within the rail corridor
- Detects and tracks objects of interest, such as personnel, within the corridor
Third place: Trong Dat Nguyen, Tingyu Lu, Betty Lin – University of Technology Sydney
In terms of cybersecurity, just how safe is your car? Students on this project developed a web application that could determine the native level of protection of cars. For the project they tested the vulnerability of 22 vehicles, from 13 manufacturers.
People’s Choice Award: Alexander Spanos, Lewis Douketis, Luke Urek – Swinburne University of Technology
In the video the team show off their work on a prototype hydrogen fuel cell car, in the form of a small remote control car. They outline the components used, the problems encountered and solved, and their aspiration to continue the work on a regular-sized car.
This is the 5th year for these awards, and just in case you missed them, here’s the winners from the first four editions of the iMOVE Undergraduate Student Industry Program awards:
- 2018: Cognitive load impact of Human Machine Interface of C-ITS | How technology can be used to encourage cycling | Human Machine Interface of C-ITS | Tyres for electric motorcycles
- 2019: UAVs in emergency situations | UAV delivery drones | SHIFT: Shifting you to more comfortable spaces
- 2020: Buddy: Helping the elderly on public transport | How pedestrians will interact with autonomous vehicles | Australian Freight Carbon Calculator (Cargo2) | The last mile delivery problem
- 2021: Development of a low-cost IoT solution to monitor the localisation of electric bikes in real-time | Socially-attentive pedestrian tracking in shared spaces | Autonomous steering