Pak student wins world contest
October 1st, 2012 | Technology Times | No Comments
STAFF REPORT QTA: A Pakistani student from Baluchistan province has bagged a gold medal at an international contest recently held in Turkmenistan leaving all the countries like Germany, Canada, Russia, England, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka behind.
M. Ubaidullah, a ninth class student of Pak-Turk International Schools and Colleges, Quetta, has brought home a gold medal from the International Computer Project Olympiad (ICPO) held in Ashgabat. Total 150 projects from 42 countries were present at the contest.
Ubaidullahs project was regarding Plant Automation System; subsequently he was awarded for the 1st position worldwide in the hardware category.
His project P-Bot aims to save plants in cold-flame or greenhouse setting, especially when someone wants to protect the plants at home in all the seasons. P-Bot automates the round-the-year tasks of plant care by means of its full-automatic Cold Flame and Greenhouse routines.
The bot helps people save time in caring about plants and is power-thrift by powering itself by its solar cells. The microprocessors board optimizes the maximum energy possible to power the bot to fulfill its duties.
Chairman Pak-Turk International Educational Foundation Unal Tosur, Director Education Kamil Ture, Ebubekir Haspolat, Ahmet Efi Turk and others congratulated Ubaid and project supervisor Halil Baris.
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