CLOUD PRINTING: KNRTU YOUNG SCIENTISTS TEST THEIR STARTUP
KNRTU students no longer need to go to a copy center to quickly print any needed document. The cloud-based printing service BlueBox has been launched in test mode at KNRTU. A team of young developers has created and implemented an innovative project that makes it possible to save time on printing out materials for classes, lectures, and research papers.
“To print documents, users only need to upload a file to the BlueBox Telegram Bot, and then it will be sent for printing and be ready for pickup at the designated location. It is also available to pay for services using the Telegram Bot, which offers several convenient payment options, for example, by bank card or e-wallet. If the system freezes, or there are problems or questions, the service has an online feedback option to contact the BlueBox Support Team,” – explains Emil Kharisov, a graduate student of KNRTU Institute of Automated Control Systems and Information Technologies.
The BlueBox project was developed by KNRTU students together with their colleagues from Innopolis. The young scientists have participated in various competitions and exhibitions, and have received recognition and support for the development of their startup.