Winners of the tracknstop Student Video Competition announced!

Date: 19/05/18





The Media Cube, IADT is delighted to announce the winners of the recent Student Video Competition that was sponsored by Vehicle Software Company, Tracknstop™. Students from IADT’s Film, Television & Animation departments were set a challenge by Tracknstop™ to create viral style videos which would capture the essence of the company’s patented GPS technology and specialised software which can Track, Disable and even Stop a moving vehicle remotely from any location in the world.

Congratulating the IADT students on their efforts, Michael Doherty, Co-Founder of Tracknstop™ praised the winning submission by Cian Desmond which showcased the technology and its unique software features.

“We were delighted to sponsor this competition and to provide the platform for these great movie makers to create great media content.”


Dr. Annie Doona, President of IADT Dun Laoghaire commented:

“This competition sponsored by Tracknstop™ provided a wonderful opportunity for IADT students to showcase their work as well as giving them a real commercial exposure as to what is involved in launching a cutting-edge technology on the global stage”.


The Media Cube works in partnership with Enterprise Ireland and the Local Enterprise Office in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Council and beyond. It provides state-of-the-art facilities including office space, meeting rooms, boardroom and canteen facilities, serviced reception areas and of course the best sea views from its roof top terrace!

The “real value” according to Ann Marie Phelan, Enterprise & Innovation Manager at IADT:

“Comes from the mentoring and financial supports available through the Media Cube. One of the programmes we run in partnership with DIT Hothouse, is the New Frontiers Programme. This programme seeks to fast track the growth of start-up high technology entrepreneurs. We are currently recruiting for the next programme so if you are an entrepreneur with an innovative technology with global potential then we want to speak to you”.



For further information, please contact Ann Marie Phelan at 01-2394625 or 087-7015922 or Fionnghuala Ní Néill on 01- 2394750 and 086-320-9697.