2018 MJIC Winner

Concept Product Winner

ParkView

A mobile App to locate, reserve, and pay for parking space in the city.

The concept was designed for a mobile app that relies on the low level surveillance cameras in combination with computer processing technology to report the status of parking spaces across the city, allowing users to find nearby vacancies quickly and efficiently. Thus, drivers with the app could have the luxury of convenience when it comes to finding parking within the city. Although the concept and technology are simple, Parkview would be an extremely effective solution for enhancing circulation efficiency and minimizing congestion in urban areas.


Winning Team


​Clark Stanaland was a senior mechanical engineering student at Georgia Tech. Clark has a particular interest in automotive engineering, especially concerning hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles and hopes to find a career in that industry. He enjoys playing sports, like basketball and football, with his friends and working out. He also has a passion for learning outside of school, studying Hindi and accounting in his spare time.



Emma Tsaur was a junior mechanical engineering major and computational data analysis minor at Georgia Tech. Emma, likes to watch Netflix, exercise, and travel. She loves creative problem solving and aims to make a real difference in the world.



James Kim was a senior at Georgia Tech studying information technology management. James enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and high enthusiasm for basketball. In addition, he enjoys meeting new, diverse people and creating meaningful interactions.


Future Tires Winner (Sponsored by Maxxis Tires)

The Belleville Tire

The Belleville Tire is a concept for a new form of airless tire, also known as non-pneumatic tires. It is formed by replacing the air sacs in conventional tires with bands made of plastic, rubber, or even metal. These bands provide support for the car as well as absorbing shock from obstacles on the road much like normal air filled tires. However, unlike traditional tires, there is mo risk of blowing a tire while driving. The stacking of the bands will also allow for tuning to optimize the tire’s performance for a wide variety of environments.


Winning Team


​Clark Stanaland was a senior mechanical engineering student at Georgia Tech. Clark has a particular interest in automotive engineering, especially concerning hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles and hopes to find a career in that industry. He enjoys playing sports, like basketball and football, with his friends and working out. He also has a passion for learning outside of school, studying Hindi and accounting in his spare time.



Emma Tsaur was a junior mechanical engineering major and computational data analysis minor at Georgia Tech. Emma, likes to watch Netflix, exercise, and travel. She loves creative problem solving and aims to make a real difference in the world.



James Kim was a senior at Georgia Tech studying information technology management. James enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and high enthusiasm for basketball. In addition, he enjoys meeting new, diverse people and creating meaningful interactions.