1st prize was awarded to Andreas Huber and Albin Wolfersberger from HTBLuVA (Higher Technical Institute) Salzburg with their project "Developing, calculating and building a cutlery wrapping machine (original German title: Entwicklung, Berechnung und Konstruktion einer Besteckeinwickelmaschine)". This device is capable of wrapping forks, knives and napkins into a package. The prize for the winning team, which invested over 800 hours into the project in their spare time, was 2000 euros.
Philipp Werner and Daniel Kröner from the Grundig Akademie (Grundig academy) in Nuremberg, Germany, took 2nd place with their project about the "ExHum exploration robot" (original German title: Erkundungsroboter ExHum). Their project documents the development, design and building of a remote-control exploration robot with a gripper arm and a camera. The prize for 2nd place was 1000 euros.
Bastian Wanger, Julia Lößl and Paul Krecu from the Technikerschule Allgäu (technical school) in Kempten, Germany, impressed the judges with their "Aquascooter" construction project, which was part of their 2-year training as mechanical engineering technicians. They developed a transport machine for people and goods that can swim and dive. The winners of third place were awarded 500 euros.