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RAIDS students won the Student Innovation Gold Award in the “Hong Kong ICT Awards 2022”

12 Oct 2022


Mr. Tsang Chin-Lok, Mr. Li Chengxi, and Ms. Kwok Hin-Chi from the Research Group of AI for Industrial Digital Servitization (RAIDS) received the Gold Award in the “Tertiary or Above” stream of the “Hong Kong ICT Awards 2022”. They also stand out from 300+ teams and received the overall championship – Grand Award in Student Innovation Stream.

The Hong Kong ICT Awards is a competition steered by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, and organized by Hong Kong ICT industry associations and professional bodies. It aims at recognizing and promoting outstanding information and communications technology (ICT) inventions and applications, thereby encouraging innovation and excellence among Hong Kong's ICT talent and enterprises in their constant pursuit of creative and better solutions to meet business and social needs.
The team won the award with the project entitled “Mutual Cognitive Human-Robot Collaborative Manufacturing System”, which was supervised by Ir Dr Zheng Pai. The system aims to enhance the intelligence of industrial cobots and industrial personnel with the use of the cognitive AI model and AR platform, in a human-robot collaborative manner towards futuristic human-centric smart manufacturing.

Mr. Tsang Chin-Lok is currently an MPhil student from the Department of Aeronautical and Aviation Engineering (AAE), who used to be an Interdepartmental FYP student under ISE department.

Mr. Li Chengxi is a Ph.D. student in the ISE department. His Ph.D. topic is related to robot learning, computer vision, augmented reality, and digital twins for futuristic human-robot collaborative manufacturing.

Ms. Kwok Hin-Chi is currently a third-year student of the BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management and Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scheme (URIS) holder in the ISE department.

Congratulations again to the winners, and we hope they have a great success on the innovation and entrepreneurship road.


Topics Student Achievement
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

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