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The university has registered a patent for the gadget and will now get to work upgrading the technology. Mohamed Watfa, the smart cardswho oversaw the project, expects the next version to be much more advanced and efficient.
In February, the pair published a paper on their invention in the International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications. Since then, they have been approached by several companies.
"The whole buzz around the project rfid inlay after the paper was published," said Dr Watfa. "It's a big thing to embed technology into fashion. With a bit more work, they can develop it with new technology. With an Android phone, it is much easier to develop."
He hopes other students will follow the pair's entrepreneurial lead. "Many people are watching shows like Dragons Den and saying if they can do it, so can I," he said.
"Even in computer science, there is an element of business involved. In the contactless cards entrepreneurship is a big thing. These girls showed a problem they were facing and found a solution for it."
For now, the challenge remains finding the right investor. "iPurse has generated so much interest that we are going to move forward," said Ms Daruwala, who, like Ms Kaur, is now employed by Microsoft.
"We need fashion companies to invest in this idea to build a complete product."