A team of students have developed an app that provides early traffic warnings and GPS guidance for drivers. VADI (virtual assistant for drivers) is part of a start-up project developed by a group of student researchers from the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) since the beginning of last year, and received second prize in a 2018 contest for students with start-up ideas (SWIS-2018). The VADI product’s start-up team. — kinhtedothi.vn As it said on its website, AngelHack’s annual global Hackathon series connects developers, designers and entrepreneurs in cities across six continents with a global network of innovative minds, providing them with exposure to companies and sponsors who enable them to create hacks that can make a true impact. Lê Ngọc Tuấn, a member of the research team, said they faced many difficulties during their research process including settling technical problems and applying new mapping technology and measures to provide news in the fastest and most accurate way. Tuấn revealed his team had some heated discussions before they came up with solutions. They even worked overnight for many days but were unable to find those solutions until they received help from their tutors from HUST, according to Tuấn. “With… Read full this story
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