The invention of scientists from the department of computer science and materials science at the University of Silesia in Katowice was appreciated during the 47th International Exhibition of Invention, Modern Technology and Products “Geneva Inventions”.
Dr Paweł Janik, Eng. Michał Pielka and Dr Małgorzata Janik won a bronze medal awarded by an international jury, as well as a special award from the National Council for Scientific Research of Thailand for developing a broadcasting method for Bluetooth Low Energy transmitters.
The invention was applied in the breath monitor – a multifunctional device allowing to control various parameters related to the respiratory system and locomotor activity, such as strength or frequency of the breath, as well as the pulse and the change of the child’s body position, for which the whole system was created.
“Geneva Inventions” is one of the biggest European events, during which inventors from around the world meet with representatives of industry and business.