A team’s member , Alberto Gonzalez, collaborates with the Research Group GEOTEC (Geospatial Technologies) and INIT (Institute of New Imaging Technologies).
The last weekend was held in Espaitec II of Universitat Jaume I (UJI) the first programmer’s meeting, Hackathon Castellón. The event, in which participated more than 70 computer, was born with the objective of promote the development collaborative of software and hardware, generate an ecosystem of creativity and contribute to foster the innovation and the new technologies.
“Macro Machines” is a group composed by students of the UJI whose members are Lucía Masero and Pere Cervero, of second degree’s year of Mathematical Computer, and Alberto Gonzalez, Miguel Salas and Daniel Chía, from fourth degree’s course of ComputerEngineering .
This group got the first award of the marathon thanks to a proposed that allows that the order of a machine of coffee or of vending is suits to the taste of the user and that, also, can pay the order from your phone mobile.
Alberto González, one of “Macro Machines” member and workmate in the research group GEOTEC and INIT, explains that it’s about “a system to automate the repetitive interactions that are made every day with all kinds of machines”, and in this case, those of coffee or vending.
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- On 15 November, 2016
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