Cyryx College students’ project wins at Expo Maldives 2015

A software solution to monitor remote sites, designed and developed by two students from Cyryx College, has been awarded second place (no first place was announced) in the category of phone applications in Expo Maldives 2015. The application was developed by Ahmed Ali and Abdul Latheef Abdul Razzaq as part of their final year project for Bachelor of Information Technology, majoring in Software Design and Development at Cyryx College.

The Intelligent Remote Site Monitoring System (IRSMS) is designed to provide real-time information and deliver notification on fire, environmental conditions, power availability, and unauthorized intrusions into remote facilities, via a mobile phone. This application is compatible with both IOS and android platforms. The solution developed by the students include software as well as hardware components. Many visitors to the Expo expressed their interest to commercially utilize the application.

Cyryx College congratulates Ahmed and Abdul Latheef for their achievement and wishes them further success in their future endeavours.