SS12 is an international talent show for the students and young professionals to showcase their innovative ideas to solve humanitarian and social issues affecting directly the community around them. SS12, 2018 organized by IEEE was held on Colombo, Sri Lanka in 11 September 2019.
Tauhid Dewan and Saleh Mohammed Shahriar, student of dept. of ECE, RUET participated there with their project IoT based Multipurpose Quadcopter. Their Team name was Drogon. They developed an IoT based drone which can be used in many humanitarian purposes. At first, they participated in Technocracy 2018 with their promise and became 1st Runner Up. Then they participated in Innovator Hunt 2018 and gained 1st runner up place.

Then they were invited in IEEE SS12 in Maker Fair event.In the competition their position was 5th among 5th among 50+ team of 10 counties. Their project advisor Tasnim Binte Shawkat help them a lot to gain the huge success.



This year, IEEE YESIST12 was held in Stamford University, Hua Hin, Thailand in September 07-08, 2019 where Tahmim Hossain and Md. Khalid Syfullah, Student, Dept. of ECE, RUET participated there in Maker Fair Track with their project IoT based Disaster Management System in form of Robot Car. It served as a humanitarian project and Their Team name was Domo Arigato.

They have been awarded the "Most Popular Project Award" at IEEE YESIST12 - Maker Fair Track, Thailand. At that moment Prof. Dr. Md. Shamim Anower sir, Head, Dept. of ECE, RUET and Tasnim Binte Shawkat Madam, Assitant Professor, Dept. of ECE, RUET was also present with them.



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