The youngest category, a fight among 13- and 14-year-olds, was won by Viney Kumar of Sydney, Australia, with a project called the PART Program. PART stands for Police and Ambulances Regulating Traffic, and it's designed to give alerts to drivers when an ambulance or police vehicle is approaching, beyond the regular sirens and flashing lights. The project is targeted at the high-end present and very near future, when we're all syncing our smartphones with our cars--mid-range and expensive cars have this ability now, and soon that'll trickle down even further. It uses GPS from emergency vehicles to beam precise locations to your phone, which then gives you an alert (both graphical and audio) as you drive. Pretty impressive for a kid in ninth grade.