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Second place in Intelligence Hunt competition for SAMK’s engineer student’s group

The group of an engineer student at SAMK, Vaklin Angelov, came second at a competition by SeaFocus, where the students look for solutions for real problems of real companies.  The international team searched for a solution for the Arctech case at Helsinki dock: “Improved Information and Material Handling in Shipbuilding Through IoT”.

19.6.2018 | By: Anne Sankari

Seafocus blog, original photo: Jari Hämäläinen
Kuva SeaFocuksen blogista, alkuperäinen kuva Jari Hämäläinen. | From Seafocus blog, original photo: Jari Hämäläinen

Besides Angelov, who studies at SAMK at the Degree Programme in Industrial Management, the team included a student from Turku University of Applied Sciences and, as the team leader, a student from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.  The competition was arranged by SeaFocus for the third time.  Read the news on the SeaFocus blog.

Angelov has studied at SAMK for a year now and he also works with the Efficient Flow project.

19.6.2018 | By: Anne Sankari

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