Thanh also speaks highly of the youngsters’ innovation spirit, adding that the government should promptly research, develop, and produce the anti-pandemic personal gear. However, he recommended the students to dig a little deeper to find alternative materials to make the helmet more compact, especially when used during operations.
Khanh An and Duc are planning to make Vihelm an intelligent helmet, with the capacity to connect data, further facilitate users’ demands.Khanh An (M) and Duc (R) (Photo: TTO)
iCAN is a prestigious innovation competition held annually starting in 2016 by the Canada-based TISIAS. The competition aims to assist students, inventors, innovators, entrepreneurs and researchers around the globe to promote innovative ideas, innovative projects, and provide business opportunities.
It possesses a very high competitive level. The fact that two Vietnamese students have surpassed many famous researchers to enter the top 10 is a remarkable event. According to inventor Nguyen Dinh Nam, among the participating authors, there are many professors and doctors from big universities, presidents, CEOs of famous enterprises from developed countries.