BSc (Surveying) students win Gold Prize in the 2010 Hong Kong RFID Awards Competition
A group of current Year Three BSc (Surveying) students in the Department of Real Estate and Construction won a Gold Prize in the 2010 Hong Kong RFID Awards Competition. The competition was open to all universities in Hong Kong. The team, comprising of Martin Tam, Alvin Leung, Kelf Chan, and Stephanie Au, won the award for their innovative application of RFID technology in construction site safety, which was based on ideas from one of their year two Surveying Studio projects designed and facilitated by Dr Wilson Lu. The students will attend the HK Smart City+ Award presentation ceremony to be held in October, 2010 in Shanghai as well as another ceremony and sharing sessions later in Hong Kong.