CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2022 WINNERS:
Fridgigators by David Dexter and Kyle Morman; University of Florida
IoT-Based Fire Control and Notification System: A Smart Solution for Improved Safety by Moumita Kabir Ananna; Southeast University, Bangladesh
Low-cost human behavior monitoring system based on infrared array sensor by Yihao Wu, Tahmid Kaisar, and Yongzhe Zhang; University of Florida
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ABOUT THE COMPETITION
This is the 2nd annual IoT Design Competition hosted by the IoT Students Club at University of Florida. This competition is sponsored by Texas Instruments, Microsoft, and the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World. In this competition, teams of 1-4 members create their own IoT Project, in either the hardware or software category.
This competition promotes the participation of undergraduate and graduate students in the application of IoT technology to solve real-life problems. The goal of the competition is to enhance understanding of IoT technology and applications and create awareness about the emerging field of IoT. We expect the competition to stimulate student interest in IoT and contribute towards creating a well-trained future workforce.
Eligibility: current Undergraduate and Graduate students worldwide
Starter Kit: Hardware Prototyping teams will be provided with a starter kit, containing Texas Instruments microcontroller, wireless module (sponsored by Texas Instruments), and battery. Hardware Emulation via Software teams will be provided with access to Microsoft Azure (sponsored by Microsoft.)
Teams must choose one of the following categories:
- Hardware Prototyping – 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.
- Hardware Emulation via Software – Emulate an IoT System using IoT Online testbeds to target a specific application that is an IoT-enabled technique.
|Deadline: June 27, 2022
|Begins – Week of July 5, 2022
Ends – December 31, 2022
|Winner announcement – March 10, 2023
Any questions? Email IoT Students Club
PRIZES & AWARDS
Teams in 1st – 3rd place will receive cash prizes.*
1st Place – $3,000
2nd Place – $2,000
3rd Place – $1,000
Cash prizes sponsored by Warren B. Nelms Institute
Additional Award Categories
Teams are also eligible to win additional award categories and win physical prizes
- Popular Choice
- Best Video Presentation
- Most Eco-Friendly
- Best Commercial Potential
- And more…
Physical prizes list: NES Classic, Apple Airpods, Fitbit Charge 3, Apple TV 4th Gen, JBL Charge 3 Speaker, Saleae Logic 4, TI Backpack, TI Notebook, TI Power Bank, and more.
Physical prizes sponsored by Texas Instruments.
- For University of Florida students, the cash prize may affect their financial aid
- For non-University of Florida students, cash prize recipients will need to complete University of Florida (UF) vendor paperwork to receive their cash prize
- For students outside of the US, cash prize recipients will need to complete W-8BEN Form and Bank Wire Transfer Form
- Cash prize will be split and dispersed individually to each teammate
- Participants must complete all competition-related work in their country of residence
- Hardware Prototyping participants must incorporate all items included in the starter kit
- An individual may compete on only one team