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2019 – 2020 Events

Devils Invent + Banner Health: Keeping Families Connected

April 17–19, 2020, virtually

Devils Invent + Banner Health: Keeping Families Connected saw students work together to tackle problems related to hospital patient communication during covid-19. Students were supported by mentors from Banner Health, Fulton Engineering, and other ASU departments.

Event Winners: 

Teams: TechEvolv and United.

Devils Invent: Invent for the Planet

February 14–16, 2020, Tempe Campus

Devils Invent : Invent for the Planet saw students work to identify a solution to a global problem, competing against teams from 30+ other colleges and universities. A partnership with Texas A&M University, students were able to utilize technology to interact with other participants.

Event Winners: 

Team: “IMPossible”, Vineet Butala, Ankit Das, Tanmay Dhanote, Aravind Sundaresan, Crispin Foli, and Parth Doshi.
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Devils Invent: Devils Invent High

October 25–27, 2019, Tempe Campus

Devils Invent : Devils Invent High challenged students to identify a solution to a problem from their high school experience (grades 9-12), that would have improved their overall school experience. Local teachers from the Maricopa County School District served as judges and mentors for the event.

Event Winners: 

Team: “Big Hero High”, Jainthkumar Laguduva, Upasana Kandhadai Balaji, Jen Wang, William Mank, Suihua Zhou Gerblick, Douglas Wollschlager
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Devils Invent: NKK SmartDisplay®

September 27–29, 2019, Tempe Campus

Devils Invent brought to you by NKK SmartDisplay® was focused on their SmartDisplay® technology. A SmartDisplay® is a revolutionary new way to combine the tactile feel of a button with the immersive display of a touch screen.

Event Winners: 

Team Members: Aditya Sudhakar, Pawan Vijayanagar, and Taylor Ortiz
Project: “Our goal was to improve the safety and efficacy of remotely or centrally controlled mechanisms using the NKK SmartDisplay. We achieved this by designing a system which would stream real time video of the mechanism in action directly to the Smart Button which controlled it. This created a feedback redundancy for the operator and also served to increase the operator’s confidence in these mechanisms.”