Association of Innovators of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Greatest success in the history of participation in exhibitions achieved
Mostar, January 12, 2023 - Members of the Association of Innovators of Bosnia and Herzegovina participated in the first online exhibition of innovations organized by the National Association of Innovators of North Macedonia.
As stated in the press release of the Association of Innovators of BiH, their members achieved "the greatest success in their 28-year long history of promoting Bosnia and Herzegovina's technical and technological creative potential at world exhibitions".
Mensura Pašić from Tuzla received a plaque and a gold medal for the "Tube for connecting a bracelet with a watch", as did Fikret Alić, also from Tuzla, for the "Flexible thermo-accumulation convective emitter". The third laureate, Merim Aličić from Živinice, received both awards for "Desulfurizer for reducing air pollution from individual boiler rooms".
The Skopje jury awarded both awards to the already well-known innovation of the third generation of innovators of the Ferizović family from Bihać (Samida Ferizović, Silmija Topoljak-Ferizović and Harun Ferizović) for "Vertical wind turbine with self-adjusting stationary blades", awarded this year with gold medals at exhibitions from Nuremberg to Seoul, according to the press release of the Association of Innovators of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Gold medals were awarded to: Zoran Dujaković from Banja Luka for "Underwater charger for gaseous or liquid media"; Sarajevo's Armin Hujić for "Adjustable tank for boilers", Emsad Halilović from Kladanj for "Intestinal contents evacuator" and Cazin's Husnija Kapić for "CNC machine for cutting porous materials".As more significant recognitions that they have received so far, from the Association of Innovators of BiH mention the recognitions of the Moroccan King Hassan II, Pope John Paul II, the World Organization for Intellectual Property, the "Plaque of Bosnia and Herzegovina", recognitions of the International League of Humanists, the International Center for Peace, a certificate of appreciation from the Directorate for European Integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Russian Academy of Sciences and the State Secretariat for European Affairs of France.