CeBIT 2017 Hannover

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One of the World’s greatest technology fairs ended last week, leaving a deep impact in the minds of the participants. It became obvious that we are heading towards some major milestones in IC&T. So the message was about the current trends that are beginning to take shape, redefining the close future. A few of these directions that are getting closer to a mature phase are presented here.


The drones presented at CeBIT 2017 where nothing less than impressive. Certainly it is not the first time this technology is being showcased, but now we begin to see some of the first mature applications. There were drone swarms (formations of drones), devices that are interconnected to perform team jobs. This builds upon the limitations of a single unit while adding news attributes such as swarm reaction, strategic intervention and increased team dynamics.

Some were intervention drones equipped with robotic arms, to performs various tasks in remote locations. These are also useful to save costs and preserve the lives of human workers previously doing the dangerous jobs (electric cables, defusing, hazardous environments, etc):

The surveillance drones are not new, but seeing the long range variants was certainly impressive.

While some of the designs go up in scale, covering longer ranges with autonomous drone control and bigger batteries, the opposite was also presented at CeBIT as tiny flying devices, remotely controllable.

And finally, there were also drone racing contests, where the pilots were humans (remember Ender’s Game?), but the very same can be done with silicon, improving the reaction times a few thousand times. Imagine that, as it was scary already.


While the true AI still has a long way to go, starting something is the first step to a result. A team of robots where happily demoing their soccer skills, a game that involves team synchronisation, environmental awareness, strategy and many sensors to achieve “the simple” task of scoring a goal:

Nothing of the above complexity, some robots where there only for the show, dancing. Kids are not to be neglected so there are plenty of applications for the little white guy too:

Back to more serious stuff, a research team founded by the German government (why don’t we have this in Romania?!) came up with multiple autonomous rovers designed to walk the surface of alien worlds. How exciting is that!

These were a combination of sensors and automation routines to allow them to perform complicated tasks in hazardous environments.

Resembling the Tin Man, the operator robot was quietly completing his task for the day, or for the night, as it is obvious one of these could go on continuously, while his power cord is connected. Surely a great way of boosting the production capabilities.

A bit on a different direction, the exo skeletons are a robotic technology that can augment the human capabilities to a new level. This was just for the show, but where this goes is obvious:

And yes, it doesn’t have to be a full suit to help, like for example, replacing a missing arm:

Internet of Things

IOT became part of our homes, the industrial production processes, we even wear them in watches or glasses. We took small steps to get here, but it is clear the world was changed. Technology is now part of our lives, in the very same way the electric bulb is a must have today. The uRADMonitor network has seen the beginning of this direction, and evolved ever since. The first uRADMonitor hardware design used Ethernet connectivity to measure background radioactivity automatically, saving considerable electric power and resources in the process. The uRADMonitor project was showcased at CeBIT 2017:

As the IOT is shaping to better fit our needs, we already see various ready-for-market applications:

Even the parking lots can be monitored, saving time and managing the City resources better with this sensor from ZTE:

Surely, many things will change, and one of major importance in IOT is security. IOT spawned from the enthusiasm of automating our lives, and in the speedy development security was sometimes neglected. A small reminder on that came live from Edward Snowden, former CIA employee, showing how technology that invades our personal space can do us harm:

Computers evolved, opening the path to all these exciting applications. Processing power costs less , both in terms of money and operating power, and it will not stop here. The robots, the drones, our phones, our smart TVs are all examples of how miniaturisation of the digital technology transformed regular products into tiny computational units, ready to serve our needs. This is the world of today, and CeBIT made it clear. Technology it is here to stay, and our world is transformed in a new, digital direction.

A word of ending

Machines are faster, smarter and this is only the beginning. One day they’ll break the barrier that keeps them dependant to human instructions. That is where evolution will mark a new milestone in, hopefully, the continuation of mankind.

To cut the apocalyptic scenario, this event was also about people and about strengthening our relations beyond the geopolitical barriers, about trade and competitiveness, natural processes that ultimately serve our progress:

And to be honest, as the fair was in Hannover I should add that the human element is probably unique in recognising the excellent taste of a good German beer:

These are the premises. Are you ready for the future?

Alba Iulia becomes the first Romanian #SmartCity

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Alba Iulia is a city located on the Mureş River in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. Its history goes back to ancient Roman times (106 to 275AD), when the existing settlement was known as Apulum. The following years bear mark of glorious historical deeds, making this city a symbol for the Romanian nation. Michael the Brave gloriously entered Alba Iulia back in 1599, uniting Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania under his rule. Years later, in 1918, Alba Iulia was once again the place where the union of Transylvania with the Kingdom of Romania was proclaimed.

The Union of Transylvania with Romania was declared on December 1, 1918 by the assembly of the delegates of ethnic Romanians held in Alba Iulia.

But back to our times, those visiting the city will be delighted to discover the wonders of the past, preserved impeccably around the walls of the Alba Carolina fortress, the largest citadel in Romania.

Alba Iulia today

As the Romanian ICT industry ranks high on the market for products and services based on smart technologies, the Ministry of Communications and Information Society released for public consultation the Romania Smart City Guide, published on 2nd of December, 2016. It is a compendium of best practices, intelligent solutions and technologies that applied to local and regional communities can make cities smarter. This has a huge impact on citizens and public administration, improving the access to Products and Services in health and education systems. The project was launched with a debuting conference, at Alba Iulia, the city hosting a new reference event with the first steps towards the implementation of a Smart City in Romania.

Alba Iulia #SmartCity conference participants, (C) 2016 City of Alba Iulia

An important first step for the Alba Iulia Smart City 2018 pilot project was taken with the cooperation agreement approved by Orange Romania and the municipality of Alba Iulia. “Orange Romania will contribute to the design and implementation of this smart city by providing an open, interoperable, and modular platform that is tailored to the needs of the city and its citizens. The costs of developing and implementing the solutions for the pilot project shall be fully covered by Orange Romania, which is supported in this project by several world-class partners : Civic Alert, Magnasci (uRadMonitor), Tech Lounge, FullscreenDigital, Gebs (Zoniz), Flashnet”. Read more in the Orange press release.
The involvement of Magnasci in the program is related to manufacturing a number of uRADMonitor A3 detectors to be installed in the city. With support from Orange Romania, 15 uRADMonitor model A3 detectors have been deployed in public transportation at the moment of speaking. Radu Motisan presented the benefits impacting the health of citizens and the quality of the environment:

Several uRADMonitor A3 detectors were installed in public transportation in Alba Iulia

Thanks to this technology, we now have precise, real time indications on pollutions affecting the city and the nearby regions, as covered by the buses carrying the uRADMonitor detectors.

Press articles:
1. Ministry of Communications and Information Society
2. In partnership with Orange, Smart Cities are coming to Romania
3. A fost lansat oficial proiectul pilor cu solutii de digitalizare a orasului Alba Iulia
4. Alba Iulia Smart City 2018 a fost lansat la Universitatea 1 Decembrie 1918
5. Alba Iulia Smart City
6. Alba Iulia devine orasul High Tech al Romaniei prin parteneriatul cu Orange
7. Ghidul Smart City pentru Romania lansat la Alba Iulia

Chivas The Venture Semifinals

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uRADMonitor entered The Venture, a global competition created by Chivas, that offers 1 million dollars to create something that has a major social impact. This is the third edition, and the rumour has it that this year the competitiveness has increased considerably. We were happy to receive the invitation to the semifinals, together with other 9 companies.

The semifinalists

10 semifinalists were invited in Bucharest to present their businesses and their social impact. The organisers did a top notch job managing to bring the people together in a very friendly environment where the presentations got closer to a session of exchanging great ideas. Add a glass of the finest scotch and you’re in the perfect mood to think about our united potential, and how to move the mountains using technology or various innovative ideas.

Radu Motisan presenting uRADMonitor

Radu Susanu was the first to present the Wespr, a small wearable that sends the owner’s GPS coordinates to the emergency services. It is designed as a way of shortening rescue time. Click the photo to see the presentation video:

Radu Susa on Chivas The Venture stage

Next on the stage was Camil Moldoveanu, presenting the Reflex product, a healthcare wearable addressed to patients requiring physiotherapy that can now finish their sessions at home:
Camil Moldoveanu

The third presentation addressed a high tech area, with a solution for 3D bio printing. Calin Brandabur presented Symme3D, a delta 3D printing platform that is now under design designed to handle stem cells:
Calin Brandabur presenting Symme3D

Next was Liviu Andrei Dascalu with Mira, a video gaming system used in patient recovery, so the therapy can be improved using IT:
Liviu Andrei Dascalu

The fifth presenter addressed water filtering for affected areas where water becomes as precious as gold, with an innovative design that can work for 10 years without any maintenance. Khaled Al Mezayen, presenting the SOWAT system:
SOWAT, presented by Khaled Al Mezayen

Miguel Borges, and his VTREE, an urban modern element shaped as a tree, with solar panels, Wifi and power outlets to recharge phones and connect people using its shadow:
Miguel Borges

Radu Motisan presented the uRADMonitor, the environmental monitoring network designed to sense the air we breath and impact people’s health an a cleaner environment. The short term effect is people’s awareness on pollution, while on the long term our mission influences decision makers and legislation, since we transform the invisible into measurable numbers. Video is in Romanian:
Radu Motisan presenting the uRADMonitor global network

The 8th presented was Andras Kapy, with Axosuits, an exoskeleton that aims to return mobility to those with locomotor disabilities:
Andras Kapy

The next minutes, we were delighted to see Ana Dragan presenting Track My Vibe, using a wearable to identify and monitor symptoms related to neurological conditions, like Parkinson:
Ana Dragan

For the last presentation, Lac Cristian presented his web app meant to encourage ecological agriculture:
Lac Cristian and Bio Farming web app

They Jury

Four prestigious experts formed the jury board: Cristian China Birta blogger, George Buhnici producer of iLikeIT and owner, Marius Ghenea – business angel and entreprenouship expert and Tudor Furir, CEO of Pernod Ricard Romania.

The finalists

With great power comes great responsibility, so here’s the moment the jury had to carry on with the difficult task of selecting 5 out of the 10 projects.

Marius Ghenea evaluating the uRADMonitor A3 hardware

After the deliberation, the winners were announced. uRADMonitor was selected, together with Axosuits, MIRA, Reflex and SOWAT
uRADMonitor, Axosuits, Mira, Reflex and SOWAT are finalists in Chivas The Venture Romania

A successful event

Besides the sweet taste of victory, this event was about meeting new people, making friends, and sharing a common vision. It is a truly uplifting feeling to see so many people interested in improving the quality of life and using their knowledge and resources to create impact for the good of many. Above all, we were honoured to be part of this. There is a voting campaign where you can support one of the 5 projects with a vote, ending on January 6 2017. Thanks for your support!

Innomatch ’16

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The fourth edition of the Regional Innovation Fair took place in Timisoara, bringing together local and international guests for an intense day of presentations and networking focused on the innovation ecosystem.
The organisers, Tehimpuls and ADR West provided an excellent environment for exchanging ideas and establishing new partnerships, in an elegant location.
We were as well, part of the conference section, presenting uRADMonitor as a product entirely based on innovation from the technical implementation up to the business model. It was a good moment, celebrating almost one year of activity for the startup behind this project.

Digital Romania Forum Industry 4.0

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Industry 4.0 or the fourth industrial revolution, is the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies, including cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things and cloud computing. In this context the Digital Romania Industry 4.0 International Forum took place on November 3rd at the Victoria Palace in Bucharest and brought together high level officials including President Klaus Wener Iohannis, Prime-minister Dacian Ciolos, European Commissioner for Digital Economy & Society Gunther Oettinger, key decision makers and industry leaders on three relevant sectors: smart cars, smart cities and agri tech. The event marked the launch of a national scale Manifesto for a Digital Romania envisioned as a consistent base for the country’s rapid advancements towards the new era.
“Romania must capitalize on its digital advantages that include a highly performing broadband infrastructure and a dynamic IT sector”, President Klaus Iohannis said at the opening of the event.
The Prime-minister presented the Manifesto, and a three objectives strategy to start the implementation: “First of all, we put forward this „Manifesto for a digital Romania” … We therefore established a strategy around three objectives. On the one hand, a better coordination of investment and public money spending in the IT field, with citizens oriented results, to reflect in the administration performance. Secondly, supporting innovation, research- development and entrepreneurship and thirdly, measures to draw specialized professionals in the public sector and to ensure them a stable employment”
“Romania will become an important player in the European digital market and in our plan is to have an active European Union”, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Gunther H. Oettinger told the International Digital Romania – 4.0 Industry Forum on Thursday.
The following three sections discussed topics of major importance and the distinguished speakers contributed with comprehensive insights:
Mr. Dorin Odiatiu of Orange, presented the Alba Iulia Smart City Pilot Project, where uRADMonitor was a key component responsible for air quality data, bringing our solution in front of the audience. Thanks go to the Innovation Department of Orange Romania for their vision, trust and support.
With these premises being set, it is clear the Romanian administration is committed to supporting innovation players. We salute this excellent initiative and remain dedicated to developing innovation to impact the quality of life. More on this event on the Government news page.

Upgrade my City 2016

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Upgrade my city 2016 took place in Timisoara during the 2nd and 3rd of November, shaped as a call to action to all those living inside this city: individuals, companies, universities and the administration. Targeting 4 general directions health, education, town planning and entrepreneurship, the event stimulated active and collaborative involvement of the participants:
As a project that emerged from this city, uRADMonitor took place in this initiative pitching for action to lower pollution and increased quality of the environment.
The feedback was generated on an Athenian democracy model, with the city dwellers directly proposing solutions to the current problems.
As a result of this event, uRADMonitor will contribute with a number of air quality detectors. Not only this will bring Timisoara one step closer to a smart city implementation, but we’ll be able to identify pollution hotspots, resulting in action to lower those emissions. More on this event here. Special thanks for this initiative go to OAR Timis, Smart city association, Alergotura and Initiative in Education.


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The third cycle of the RICAP Innovation program concluded last week in Bucharest with an elegant evening in the company of RICAP mentors, participants, alumni and ecosystem supporters.
The event highlighted the tech entrepreneurs who participated in this year’s program for an opportunity of drawing conclusions and providing feedback in an inspirational gathering. uRADMonitor was present at the event, highlighting the importance of developing technology with a positive impact on the quality of life.
Prominent guests including representatives of the state administration, the US Embassy, the Romanian American Foundation, but also investors, RICAP team members and mentors created a favourable framework to communicate ideas directly to decision makers of the innovation ecosystem.
We express our gratitude to the RICAP program organisers for their positive attitude towards the uRADMonitor project in its mission of increasing awareness on pollution and environmental issues.


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Novi Sad was the recent host of a high density of hackers during the BalCCon2k16 conference, organised by the Linux User Group of Novi Sad with the participation of many international guests. Entitled time is an illusion, the event delivered interesting talks and workshops, and above all the chance to meet the people behind the screens in flesh and bones.
uRADMonitor participated with a workshop, and thanks to the good care of the organisers, this will immediately result in a high number of stations deployed in Serbia, increasing data knowledge and awareness on the invisible harmful factors that can impact our health.
The message we carried was simple: with the current advances in the ITC sector it is easier than ever to design and deploy hardware – devices that can be useful to what we do or to how we live. It was therefore an encouragement to step up the creativity gear for the common benefit.
The conference badges designed by Voja are neat pieces of hardware, equipped with infrared transceivers so they could communicate with each other at the event, synchronising the circular light sequences. They also have an USB connector so can be used as secure hardware password managers to store and inject keys.
This year’s event was great, looking forward for more to come!

Viva Technology Paris

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Just returned from the Viva Technology Fair in Paris. The event was huge, bringing together an impressive number of startups, investors and companies, driving the innovation spirit to a new scale. It was a place to meet new people, share ideas and get inspired from known speakers kindly offering insight and know how on their steps to success. All in one a truly motivating occasion, emphasising the importance of using our intellectual resources for the global benefit.

Ranging from self driving cars, to exclusive consumer market products, this fair had it all:
Top quality speakers shared success stories to impress and inspire the audience,
Probably the best source of new ideas was the section dedicated to startups, which presented various products on all categories of the event: Automotive tech, Customer Experience, Energy & Environment, Financial Services, Govetech, Health Tech, Hospitality and Tourism, Insurance, Luxury, Media lab, Open transportation, Retail, Sports Gaming and Entertainment, Telco & Connectivity, Urban mobility and services, Urban transformation and Innovation. And this is just a glimpse of what the world currently needs:
Remote presence robots making teams work together despite huge distances, electromechanical fish that swim in water or artificial assistants were impressive to see:

But what is technology without the human component to give it true purpose and value? This was a nice experience complemented by the everlasting beauty of Paris, and the company of good friends.
For uRADMonitor this was an opportunity to better understand the need to serve the Smart City and the Open Office sectors with high quality sensors pinpointing the relevant parameters to human health. That is something we will see more of in the close future, so stay tuned.

Open Innovation

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The International Conference of Clusters from Northern Transylvania is an annual event in Romania created out of necessity for joint innovative projects, with a major impact on the community. uRADMonitor was invited and we held a presentation in one of the sections of the event.
One of the topics of substantial importance was the “Open Innovation” concept, referring to a new way of putting tech puzzle pieces together to achieve new products and services. Getting closer to the smart city sector, the speakers indicated the need to see cities as playgrounds for various companies including startups, in order to accelerate the innovation process, unlike the traditional directions which are often blocking the incipient sparks.
For what we are concerned, we couldn’t be more content then to find a concept compatible with our direction. The city as a playground is the perfect premise for our new uRADMonitor A3 detectors and our interest in the smartcity sector. Assuring openness in collaboration between various tech entities is certainly an ideal scenario to leverage existing resources to attain maximum performance and an innovative concept itself.
The event ended with a cocktail party in an exclusive location, marking a successful conference and we are all excited to follow up on the trends we identified.

Winner of Innovation Labs 2016

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The 2016 edition of the Innovation Labs competition, organised by Tech lounge and backed up by Orange, Carrefour and the Romanian-American Foundation, ended a few days ago with an impressive ceremony at the National Library of Romania. Code named “the Demo Day”, it was an interesting combination of technical product/prototype demo and live presentations held in front of an audience of hundreds of people, comprising top tech-connected people from Romanian space and abroad.
uRADMonitor competed with the newly developed Model A3 hardware, emphasising its effect on controlling pollution, and improving health and the quality of life.
The jury voted and uRADMonitor won the Innovation Labs 2016 both the Health and Lifestyle category but also the special prize from Orange. We’re grateful for these honourable distinctions, and committed to continuing our mission of developing this network to have a positive impact on the lives of many people.

Cluj Innovation Days

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Cluj-Napoca emerged as Romania’s Innovation capital, thanks to the high number of universities, students and research programs, but especially due to the initiative of some very responsible people, that understood the need of creating an ascendent trend of development for the entrepreneurial spirit and business opportunities. Part of this positive direction was the Cluj Innovation days, which was held on 31st of March and 1st of April, coagulating business and technical people around the Digital Medicine and Digital Governance topics.
uRADMonitor was invited by Cisco, to demonstrate environmental surveillance over LoRaWAN connectivity. We got there the day before, to prepare the booth and make sure the hardware is all set up. There were attendees from multiple industries, resulting in interesting discussions, and we even had the chance to talk to the Minister of Communications and for IT Society, Mr. Marius Bostan, who provided some useful ideas on the development of the project.
To summarise, this event brought together future development directions with live feedback communing from local authorities and companies. As a direct result, we’ll see several uRADMonitor types of detectors being developed in the months to come, better contributing to the quality of the environment in cities, parks or public transportation. We keep to the initial goal of delivering something useful to the community, something that matters.

Mobile World Congress 2016

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We’ve been in Barcelona for an entire week, for the Mobile World Congress. As the MWC is mostly about software, we thought it is a great moment to have our first mobile app ready, even if it is in Alpha phase and only for Android phones.
Get it here, keep in mind it’s an alpha, and feel free to share feedback on the forum.
The MWC was an exciting experience. We had the chance to meet a few of our partners, and discuss new directions to further improve uRADMonitor. Such directions include adding LPWAN based on technologies provided by Lora and Sigfox for remote environmental surveillance units.

The Hackaday Prize 2015 Finals

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The uRADMonitor model D, or the Portable Environmental Monitor, has entered this year’s Hackaday Prize competition, throwing in a complex hardware design, backed by a matching software infrastructure implemented with thousands of lines of code. What started with a simple hand drawn diagram was followed later by the Beta prototype and finally led to the production unit but not without a very intense creative process, done under a lot of pressure:
The uRADMonitor is a global network of interconnected hardware devices that work as detectors for various chemical or physical pollutants impacting human health. The current detectors can measure air temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, dust concentration, VOC but also Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation. The latest uRADMonitor model D, uses the BME680 sensor from Bosch to assert air quality. This is an ambitious project that didn’t get intimidated by the difficulty of a global scale solution implementation. In the end, there’s an important goal that keeps it in motion, and that goal is to improve the life of all people on Earth, by increasing the quality of our environment, in homes, work offices or whole cities.

The winners of the 2015 prize awards were to be announced at the Hackaday Superconference which was held in San Francisco, last weekend. I got there on Friday, after a long flight from Budapest. It was absolutelly thrilling to meet all the great people behind the Hackaday articles. I remembered the excitement of having my first project featured on their website. Surely I didn’t forget to take photos with everyone and I also made new friends among the fine people attending the conference, which was a successful event:
The motivation to take part in the Hackaday Prize was to solve a problem a large number of people is facing. uRADMonitor helps by identifying pollution with its array of network connected detectors spread all across the Globe. But to achieve that, progress had to be made to add more features to the new hardware units: portability in terms of a rechargeable lithium battery, a power management system to charge the battery but also invert its voltage to system needs, a separate 500 volt inverter for the Geiger tube, a dust sensor, a Geiger tube and air quality sensors all packed in so little space, wireless connectivity successfully talking with the central server in real time, which required a predefined protocol and more complexity on the software side since it also includes encryption for data security, and finally drivers and real time functionality in software to handle the sensors with good accuracy. All this, almost doubled by server side software, handling big data on the back end, and dynamic charts on the front end, to deliver informative environmental updates for a real time user experience, despite the complexity of the entire system.
The challenges were endless, given the ambitious size of this project: research in sensor physics, design hardware units from scratch, put them into production, develop a robust firmware code (3000 lines of code and counting), configure and develop server side software, capable of supporting big data. Seeing this list of words I can’t believe how simple it sounds, remembering all the challenges along the road: for instance, to meet the Best Product deadline of the Hackaday Competition, I was still uploading code on the three demo units to be shipped, while the shipping company was already knocking on my door, to pickup the package, all this after a few sleepless nights. Also various hidden bugs, both in hardware and software, part of any development process and these were also time consuming. Speaking about time that is a total of almost half a year of continuous work and even more of background research. This came at a cost which sometimes I find too big: working continuously instead of having walks with my daughter and wife, going to sleep only to wake up working again in the morning, not seeing summer’s warm sun as by the time the project was complete it was almost winter. But there is a cost to pay for each endeavour.
A very long chapter is ending, all is now fixed and developed properly, and the final product is finally here, not only ready for production including enclosure design, pcb and assembly, testing, accessories, packaging and shipping, but already deployed worldwide. For a one man, this was a lot to do.
The Hackaday Prize was a fierce competition and uRADMonitor was among the few titles that already had a presence on the market, proving its matureness as an additional one step further over the already complex hardware and software, an important thing in developing a “best product”, an attribute that uRADMonitor project earned not by a title or prize, but the hard way.

First prize at Arad Innovation Fair 2015

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The Regional Innovation Fair 2015 aims to promote innovative technologies and solutions and brings together business and research professionals allowing you to open new business channels, exchange contacts and discuss potential cooperation in West Region, Romania. uRADMonitor is honoured to take the first prize, and is committed to continue delivering monitoring solutions, to track pollutions and help improve the quality of our environment.
Thank you to the judges for giving us their vote and trust and to ADR Vest, Tehimpuls Timisoara, Innovation Norway and UniCredit Bank for making this event possible.

As a direct result of this competition, uRADMonitor will focus on developing a highly mobile distributed solution, to serve Cities with identifying pollution factors and improve the quality of the environment.