February 20, 2007 > Business and Technology Innovation Fair
Business and Technology Innovation Fair
On February 14, more than valentines were being revealed at DeVry University. Senior projects from DeVry University's Business and Technology degree programs were evaluated by industry judges from Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, Applied Materials, Alameda County, GE Energy, Advance Micro Devices, and others.
Brought out for inspection were such devices as The "Smarter Grill" that automatically controls temperature with a programmable microprocessor; an automated Indoor Plant Management System to regulate irrigation and sun exposure; and an in-home Body Mass Index system for weight management. A thinking "I-ROBOT for "honey-do" chores and a pocket-sized cardiac monitor were also included in the array of senior projects that combine industry needs with student innovation. Businesses are invited to contact DeVry to see if a senior project team is available to search for innovative solutions to their technical problems.
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