Student Projects

Each of the following 10 teams have identified challenges in their spaces and have gotten together with their schoolmates to come up with a novel solution.

 

We will need your support! Public voting for student projects will begin from May 13th. The teams with the most likes from the public will go through to the next round to compete to be the Best Young Nation Builders!

GROUP 01: SAFETY

GROUP 01: SAFETY

How can we decrease the frequency of accidents that elderly people and children have riding their bicycle on the road?

GROUP 02: GUARD EYES

GROUP 02: GUARD EYES

How can we reduce the number of accidents among the blind and elderly at home or on the street by alerting them upon detecting obstacles ahead?

GROUP 03: F-LINK

GROUP 03: F-LINK

Strong stench, potential breeding ground for pest, flash flood

GROUP 04: PAPERATORS

GROUP 04: PAPERATORS

Town folks needs a way to breathe clean air. However, the air in the city is heavily polluted due to surrounding industry areas.

GROUP 05: R-BIN

GROUP 05: R-BIN

How to encourage students in our school to practice recycling by giving reward for their initiative in separating recycled materials?

GROUP 06: H2O COLLECTOR

GROUP 06: H2O COLLECTOR

How can we preserve the rain water to prevent water crisis?

GROUP 07: DJ CYBORG

GROUP 07: DJ CYBORG

Indoor air is proven 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air quality making office workers who spend half of their day indoor a need for better air.

GROUP 08: FOUR SPECS

GROUP 08: FOUR SPECS

How can we preserve the environment by optimising the energy consumption of air-conditioner in workplace?

GROUP 09: THE YOUNGEST

GROUP 09: THE YOUNGEST

According to WHO, more than a billion people (15% of world population) live with some form of disability. Many public places in Malaysia are still not disabled friendly.

GROUP 10: KNIGHTS AIM

GROUP 10: KNIGHTS AIM

Residents in Shah Alam wanting to travel to KL need a more direct, comfortable and convenient way to commute and use available public transportation. Surprisingly, there is no direct way to get to the closest LRT stations from Shah Alam using public transportation and the time it takes to use a bus to get there is 32 minutes whereas driving only takes 13 minutes.

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