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ISEL students use GeneXus in their undergraduate final projects

VinExport, Há Planta Aqui and AmbiView are applications developed with GeneXus to optimize processes and manage data. They were created by students of the Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa (ISEL), as part of their final degree projects. These projects were made possible thanks to GeneXus initiatives to facilitate educational training and access to its Low-Code platform to students from all over the world.

GeneXus, a leading company in Low-Code software development, has provided GeneXus licenses free of charge for the students of the Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa (ISEL) to carry out their final course work.

GeneXus country manager for Brazil, Portugal and Cape Verde, Ricardo Recchi, explains that the initiative was created to facilitate access to the Low-Code platform for young people. "The future of companies is linked to Low-Code. That is why, from GeneXus, we encourage professionals to upgrade to this technology as soon as possible," says Recchi.

The first application, called VinExport, was based on the wine export scenario in Portugal, and was developed with the objective of monitoring the production of the beverage and allowing proper management of inventories throughout the process up to bottling.

This web-based solution captures information directly from the field, providing visibility of the data collected. The system allows recording all wine production processes at different stages, including fertilizer application and pest and weed control. To achieve this, a QR code identifier was placed on each line of the vineyard, allowing its history to be reviewed over time. In this way, the project allows the employees of a vineyard to collect data in the application, and improve the management of the entire wine production process.

Two other students developed the Há Planta Aqui solution to monitor ISEL's green areas. The system makes it possible to catalog the plants, indicating their species, location and geographic reference. For this purpose, a data acquisition and storage application was developed to integrate all this information and place it in a database for consultation and analysis.

The information collected is available on Web and Mobile. Employees can access the application and modify the data. For the public, access to the system is restricted to queries only.

The third project, AmbiView, focuses on helping to monitor some ISEL environments, such as rooms and outdoor spaces. For this application, available in Web and Mobile versions, a visualization screen was developed, with the possibility of displaying statistical data and information coming from the sensors.

GeneXus has extended this initiative to Brazil, offering free licenses for up to six months, for university students to implement their Course Completion Assignments. In addition to access to the GeneXus platform, students are also offered free mentoring, a support channel to resolve doubts and a voucher to become certified as a GeneXus Junior Developer.

For more information about the program in Brazil, please send an e-mail to For other parts of the world, please write to

 "Universities, society and organizations have the responsibility to contribute to a complete training of professionals. Low-Code technology is one of the most demanded skills for current technological developments. It offers agility to build products that are constantly changing, besides being an important professional skill for students who are looking for opportunities and stand out in the job market," concludes Recchi.