The Result of The First International INV Competition Has Been Released
IFIA INV Members Competition 2021 Report
It is our honor to tell you that the first competition designated for IFIA members, also known as INV members, went well and had the outcome envisaged for it, and today, the final results have been released.
IFIA being one of the pioneer organizations involved with invention and innovation, one of the main goals of The International Federation of Inventors’ Association is to appreciate the invention and innovation community. And to do so, we established the INV title to distinguish the members of the federation, which was the preceding step to the INV invention competition.
At the INV invention competition, more than 650 inventions from around 35 countries enrolled at the event. The competitors were from countries such as America, Canada, Australia, Morocco, Iran, Qatar, Bahrain, England, China, Lebanon, Poland, etc.
The First International Competition for Inventors and Innovators recognized as members of the Federation, INV Members, was held virtually and online from 18 to 20 July 2021. Each Inventor had to present their INV membership certificate, the registration form, and a 3 to 5 minutes video about the submitted invention, which helped the IFIA Jury Members evaluate the innovations more accurately and efficiently.
The criteria of the jury board members were to consider different and critical aspects of each invention. For instance, one of the primary attributes that the ideas had to have was if the innovation was green or sustainable or not. Or if there is a public demand for the invention.
Also, it is worth mentioning that all of the inventions and innovations were categorized into 15 different classes, such as computer sciences, optics, aviation, civil engineering, protection of the environment, agriculture, etc.
Now, after three days of evaluation, the results have been announced. Each winner in this event will receive a certificate (Gold, Silver, or Bronze) issued by IFIA via e-mail enrolled at the time of registration in electronic format.
In conclusion, we are happy to know that even in these difficult times dealing with the coronavirus, the invention and innovation culture is still alive, and people are doing their best to make the lives of other people better through innovation. Also, if you didn’t have the chance to participate in this event, know that the INV international competition for inventors will be back in July 2022!