Kazakh students develop device that not let driver fall asleep on wheel

A student of the 11th grade of the Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) in Kokshetau city, Asylkhan Kali together with his team has developed a device that does not allow the driver to fall asleep while driving and monitors his behavior.

The invention has already won first place in the NURIS Hardware Challenge 2.0 startup project competition, Turanews.kz reports citing Kazinform agency.

Besides, the Kokshetau students won two more awards at the national contest of scientific projects on general educational subjects. Asanali Karim won the first place at the Environmental and Human Health Protection section for his Saq sapar project, while Asylkhan Kali secured the first place for his Aq Zhol project in the Computer Science.

The jury decided to grant them the right to represent Kazakhstan at the Regeneron ISEF-2023, the world’s largest pre-college STEM competition to be held in the U.S.


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