Romanian company wins Geneva Inventions Fair Grand Prix

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The Romanian researchers won a gold distinction and received high praise for the Roboscan 2M Aeria inspection system for airplanes at the 41st Geneva Inventions Fair that ended on Sunday.

Romanian MB Telecom worked for more than four years on this system, which is capable of detecting not only the aircraft's faults, but also the illegally-carried products. The sensors can even ?see' half-a-millimeter object and scanning takes barely minutes, the Cotidianul reports.

The Romanian invention stirred huge interest.

'They are astounded by the complexity of the invention, but are even more astounded by the fact the invention somewhat comes from a country with no tradition in this field, Romania. We had sufficient contacts and dialogue on commercial topics from Argentina, Brazil, the United States, France, Switzerland, Germany', the research team coordinator Mircea Tudor is quoted by the daily as telling Digi24 television.

MB Telecom won the Geneva Grand Prix for the second time. The award was received for the first time by the Romanian company in 2009 for the Roboscan 1M, an advanced system for X-raying trucks.

This year's Geneva Inventions Fair also rewarded other inventions of the total 40 displayed by the Romanian stand, the largest at this Fair by area, daily reports.

Gnosis Kernel company received the International Press Prize for its system of magnetic-tape card safety.

Gabriel Rizea and his team won the Prize awarded by the Russian Education and Science Ministry for their phyto-therapeutic product with complex action in normalizing the cholesterol levels.

The Prize of Technopol Moscow Association for Science and Technology was scooped by physicist Aurel Enache for a facility treating the fuel in order to increase its calorific power.

Constantin Oprean and his co-working team took the prize offered by the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks for greenhouse insulation against land thermal conduction losses.

The Prize of Azad Islamic University of Iran went to a Romanian team headed by Liviu Daniel Ghiculescu, who exhibited equipment for the simultaneous processing of micro-slots by ultrasound-assisted electro-erosion.

Marian Crudu and team were awarded the Prize of Mehr-e-Alborz University of Iran for cowhide-tanning composition and procedure.

Attending the 41st Geneva Inventions Fair were 725 inventors from 45 countries.AGERPRES

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