Colombia. Within the framework of the first day of the Expo TecnoTelevisión&Radio 2015, the winner of the TecnoTelevisión 2015 University Contest was announced. The work Asomucav (Ecological Control of the bit), was the one that had the highest number of virtual votes during the 15 days that voting was open.
The work was carried out by Jesús Alberto Arenales Carreño, Carlos Andrés Ramírez Becerra and Andrés Cáceres Durán, students of the Seine Agrotourism Center of San Gil, Santander. Its synopsis describes it as:
"Innovative process on the control of the drill bit that implements new environmentally friendly techniques carried out by an association of women entrepreneurs from the San José Valley, generating interest within the coffee community in the use of this new technique and reducing costs in the production of coffee, as well as offering a final product of good quality."
At the award ceremony, Carlos Becerra, from Panasonic Colombia, the company in charge of sponsoring the TecnoTelevisión 2015 University Contest, presented the winning group with the AG-GH4 reference 4K camera.