MechSE students show entrepreneurial savvy as Cozad finalists

04/26/2017

Five MechSE undergraduate students were on four of the 18 final teams that competed in the 2017 Cozad New Venture Competition, a Technology Entrepreneur Center program that encourages students to create new businesses based on a topic of their choice. This year’s team finalists included the following (MechSE students are identified in parentheses).

InContAlert allows the elderly to live with dignity and confidence since their lives will no longer be disrupted by urinary incontinence. (Karla Rivero Valles, left)
InContAlert allows the elderly to live with dignity and confidence since their lives will no longer be disrupted by urinary incontinence. (Karla Rivero Valles, left)

 

Lumos Industries aims to turn nuclear waste into energy through our nuclear-renewable hybrid technology. (Naga Sai Rogita Mocharla, second from right)
Lumos Industries aims to turn nuclear waste into energy through our nuclear-renewable hybrid technology. (Naga Sai Rogita Mocharla, second from right)

 

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OmniPilot is the first easy-to-use high-precision drone controller. OmniPilot increases the accessibility of drone flight to first responders, consumers, and businesses by minimizing its prohibitive training time and crash risk. (Daniel Kofman, right; Joseph Hong, not pictured)

 

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