During the Forum of Young Masters, organized as part of the 25th ICT Forum in Poland, CEO of Atende Software and Phoenix Systems presented a special prize. The “Routing system demonstrator in the VANET network” by Mateusz Rzemieniewski from the Military University of Technology was awarded for the best work in the field of the Internet of Things.
On January 29 at the headquarters of the Ministry of Digitization the best works in the field of computerization of the state were awarded. The patronage of the Forum was taken by the Ministry of Digitization, the Polish Information Processing Society and the University of Warsaw. In his speech preceding the award ceremony, the Minister of Digital Affairs Marek Zagórski congratulated all the winners wishing them continuous enthusiasm in the implementation of their projects. In his opinion, one of the tasks of the Ministry is to create favorable conditions for the implementation of innovative ideas. These ideas will serve the Polish economy, science and, above all, each of us.
Mateusz Rzemieniewski received a voucher for a drone operator course from the CEO of Atende Software and Phoenix Systems. Handing the funded award, Paweł Pisarczyk recalled his experience in implementing smart meters based on the Phoenix-RTOS operating system in Kazakhstan.
– In the modern world, programmers often choose the straight path being interested in high level – because in this case the effects can be seen quickly. Fortunately, there are still engineers who want to “get dirty” and develop base technologies. While creating new technological solutions you have to get dirty. – commented Paweł Pisarczyk.
Atende Software has been supporting artists, scientists and athletes for years, combining this role with the mission of creating good conditions for the development of the information society in Poland.
Congratulations and we wish the Young Masters further successes!
Category: The best work in the field of the Internet of Things
“Routing system demonstrator in the VANET network”
Military University of Technology, Warsaw
Science supervisor – dr inż. Janusz Furtak