Two projects from UW-Green Bay faculty selected for next round of Smart Cities-Smart Futures competition
Two projects from UW-Green Bay faculty have been selected to go on to the next round of the Smart Cities-Smart Futures competition sponsored by Foxconn. The competition has the goal of generating new, unconventional ideas to develop smart, connected communities throughout the state. Assistant Prof. Maruf Hossain (Natural and Applied Sciences) project is an Integrated Wind Power Generator, which is a system of mechanically integrated vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) that will connect to a single unit generator and electronic interface to more efficiently and cost-effectively produce electricity. Assistant Prof. Riaz Ahmed’s (Natural and Applied Sciences) project, “Smart traffic and street lights powered by smart flag,” was also selected as a round one winner. Learn more.