BJU engineering faculty Don Congdon and David Wilson developed an innovative cashless vending system for the BJU campus using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, enabling individuals to purchase food and drinks with their BJU ID cards. They have been granted a patent for their cutting-edge invention.
In 2012 BJU graduate Daniel Overly was awarded a Fulbright study grant and English teaching assistantship to study music at the Konservatorium Wien in Vienna, Austria.
An entrepreneurial engineering student invented a wearable GPSenabled exercise monitoring system to enable accurate calculations of work, speed, acceleration, elevation profile, etc. during cycling and running workouts.
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