Russian students won five medals at the exhibition of inventions in Japan

© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova in fotomontaje Minato in Tokyo. Archival photoRussian students won five medals at the exhibition of inventions in Japan© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova the image Bank

Five medals were received by Russian students who participated this past Saturday in the Japanese city of Nagoya 13-th International exhibition for young inventors, told RIA Novosti organizer of their trip, the General Director of the scientific-technical Association «Technopol-Moscow» Vadim Gusev.

In total, the exhibition in Nagoya of his inventions was represented by 11 the Russian participants.

According to Gusev, the silver medal went to 15-year-old Maxim Bushuev from Nizhny Novgorod. At the exhibition he presented intelligent transport robotic system that recognizes traffic signs.

The bronze medal went to 15-year-old schoolgirl from Perm, Irina Maslennikova for the retainer for the upper and lower extremities of a person affected by closed and open fractures; 17-year-old Mary Awskiej from Sarov for an Autonomous system able to detect direction of the sound source; 15-year-old Sutekina from Moscow for his robots to explore Mars and the moon and the 15-year-old Stepan Lapshinov from Moscow for a robot that can perform for humans work.

Also almost all Russian participants received special prizes from the national delegations participating in the exhibition.

«This recognition of the importance of inventions,» — said Vadim Gusev.

According to him, the following year, the same exhibition will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Russia hopes to send many more participants. «In any case, all the participants of this exhibition I wanted to go with a new inventions,» said he.