About the competition
This is the 1st annual IoT Design Competition hosted by the UF IoT Students Club. This competition is sponsored by the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World and Texas Instruments. In this competition team with no more than 4 members participate by selecting one design topic and they will need to build an IoT edge device and demonstrate its functionality. The team is responsible for hardware integration, packaging with custom or off-the-shelf enclosure, communication, and software installation during the competition.
This contest promotes the participation of our undergraduate student population in the application of IoT technology to solve real-life problems, enhancing their understanding and creating awareness about the enormous prospect the IoT technology brings. We expect the contest, run by a student body, would help stimulate students’ interest in the broad field of IoT and contribute towards creating a well-trained future workforce in the nation.
Eligibility: Undergraduate, Graduate students
Starter Kit: Team will be provided with the Launchpad module by Texas Instruments (TI) and contains Sensor Module, Battery
- Smart Bike Assistant – An IoT device that can be used by student bikers for campus use of their Bikes. Specific features of interest include but not limited to the location of bikes, location & status of bike parking areas nearby, campus navigation, safety alerts during the commute.
- Pet-O-Meter – A smart wearable for pets (cats/dogs) to monitor their activity (and possibly other behavioral parameters, e.g., sleep pattern, for health monitoring) throughout the day and to encourage them healthy behavior (e.g., encouraging activity when low activity is recorded).
- Open Topic – Create your own IoT system with any IoT devices (smart and connected endpoint device) that targets a specific application that is an IoT-enabled technique.
Note – Team must choose either of the topics or open topic as specified and submit a 2-page proposal on the features and design plan for their device in a specific format that we provide.
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| Deadline: 30 Apr 2021
|Begins: 07 May 2021
Deadline: 11 Jun 2021
|Winners announcement on 21 Jun 2021
Prizes & Awards
Total cash prize worth $6000 followed by physical Prizes & Certificates
- 1st place – $3000
- 2nd place – $2000
- 3rd place – $1000
The cash prize is sponsored by the Warren B. Nelms Institute and physical prizes are sponsored by Texas Instruments.
Any questions and queries? contact IoT Students Club