The second place went to Mareks Brucis, Reinis Survila and Pēteris Teodors Skrastiņš from RTU School of Engineering with the solution “Phosys”. This is a simple and user-friendly online photonics simulator, which aims to stimulate interest in this field of science and help people to learn it.
Third place went to Daniels Rudovičs, Kristers Korkls and Maksims Borovikovs from Rezekne State Gymnasium No. 1 with their solution “Tālvadības gaismu pults” (Remote Control of Lights). It is a stage lighting control panel with the advantages of compactness, simple user interface and remote control of light sources.
The other teams that took part in the final also showcased outstanding performance:
- Py Candles: a semi-automated candle production tracking system with the ability to categorize production and identify defective items – Kristaps Mihelsons, Ventspils State Gymnasium No. 1.
- IdeaDraw: An app that helps develop creative drawing skills for those who lack the inspiration or focus to continue improving their skills. – Gundars Matīss Melderis, Pauls Odins Šmits, Sindija Īle, Valmiera Pārgauja State Gymnasium.
- CloudFridge: A web app for keeping track of the products in the fridge and their expiry dates with the aim of reducing the user’s food waste. – Dāvids Bižāns, Riga State Gymnasium No. 1.
- Robot Control Panel: a web-based control panel for autonomous robots with the ability to compare and analyze machine learning algorithms. – Ingus Roberts Valheim, Siguldas město vidusskola.
- Green Valley: a website to promote products from local farmers and producers and connect them with potential customers. – Ritvars Vjakse, Jāņa Eglīša Preiļi State Gymnasium.
- Offline Graphing Calculator: A user-friendly graphing calculator program that can perform mathematical calculations without an internet connection – Iļja Safronovs, Iļja Volinskis, Riga State Classical Gymnasium.
- OriBot: Multifunctional Telegram bot, an everyday assistant with planning, weather, and MI chat functions – Timur Yerchak, Ivan Minaev, Riga Zolitude Gymnasium.
Thank you to the programming teachers who encouraged the young people to take part in the competition and supported them in the final: Natalia Karatun, Artūrs Ķempelis, Edgars Žogots, Evelīna Macijevska, Juris Erts, Tatjana Lukjanova, Vairis Caune Aija Lūse, Māra Ozola un Rolands Krumbergs.