visibility_off Winners of the Position Sensor Design Challenge

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We are excited to announce the winners of the Position Sensor Design Challenge, focused on designing a wireless position sensor for the manual ultrasonic inspection of pipe welds. We are constantly trying to learn from you, the Fuse community, to create the best environment for you to learn, be challenged, and collaborate with other brilliant minds. I hope you will join us in congratulating the following winners: First Place: IMU Fusion – Optical Tracking Sensor Position submitted by @CQuintero Cristhian Alberto Quintero García is a proud Fuser and Aeronautical Engineer from Bogotá, Colombia. His experience relies on the aeronautical maintenance field, currently working with the integration of avionics equipment in general aviation. Cristhian is interested in the concept of a community that grows and learns together solving problems, so he feels he is in the right place and Fuse. Second Place: PIPS by @RaMansell Richard Mansell is an Assistant Pastor and freelance electronics engineer. He lives in Covington, Virginia with his wife and three daughters. Computer programming and experimental electronics development are hobbies of his. Although he has no formal education in the areas of automotive or electrical engineering or computer sciences, being part of the Local Motor's online community for the past six years and now Fuse has afforded him the opportunity to learn & grow in all those areas. Third Place: Rayleigh Wave Positioning System by @krishnanbala Krishnan Balasubramaniam has been involved in the field of Non-destructive evaluation for more > 30 years with applications in the fields of maintenance, quality assurance, manufacturing and design.  His areas of research interests include Nondestructive evaluation, in-process monitoring, structural health monitoring, and applied data analysis.   He is currently a Chair Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Dean for Industrial Consultancy and Sponsored Research at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. We congratulate these winners, celebrate in their success, and hope you will join us as we continue to collaborate with brilliant minds around the world to solve meaningful technical challenges. Please also feel free to share your comments on your experience in the surveys all entrants received via email and in the comments section below. 

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