Carousel of Champs

 
 
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And now, cheer for
«the Best Project».

Prashanta hit a grand slam! His project was selected in the «Best Project» category.

A combination of buttons and weight-sensors feed a back-office application that can trigger re-order of goods. Imaginative, well designed, professionally explained, smoothly running, are attributes of this great project.

ASKIDA, the jury, the IoT Challenge team, and Bell congratulate Prashanta for this outstanding realization.

The IoT Challenge announces the winner in the Best Project category: Prashanta Shrestha. Prashanta wins 2500$.

A warm «thank you» to all the participants. It was an honour to contribute to the organization of the IoT Challenge.
Thanks to the jury members for their time and commitment.
Thanks to Bell for its sponsorship.

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Board of Champs

Alexandre Sah - Funniest, second - Apple iWatch
Chris Larsen - Funniest - 500$
Prashanta Shrestha - Best testing strategy - 1000$
Prashanta Shrestha - Most evolutive design - 1000$
Prashanta Shrestha - Best project - 2500$


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Winner of the most evolutive conception!

It’s now time to announce the winner for the most evolutive conception.

Prashanta struck again in this category! His good re-ordering solution (simply by the push of a button or when the weight gets bellow a given limit on the scale) was developed with state-of-the-art design patterns and practices, as recommended for evolutive solutions.

The IoT Challenge announces the winner for the most evolutive conception, Prashanta Shrestha. Prashanta wins 1000$.

Askida and Bell congratulate Prashanta for the rigour used during the challenge. His participation highlights the difference between program coding and solution developing.

We also thank all participants for their projects.

Let’s all be geeks!

Stay tuned for the final announcement.


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Say Hi to Prashanta. Our 3rd winner

Prashanta demonstrated a strong understanding of the right development practices that contribute to the testing strategy. His thorough development approach made his project the most convenient to test and to achieve quality.

Let’s congratulate our winner for the project with the best testing strategy.

Prashanta created a server-side application and objects for re-ordering goods (simply by the push of a button or when the weight gets bellow a given limit on the scale).

The IoT Challenge announces the winner for the best testing strategy, Prashanta Shrestha. Prashanta wins 1000$.

Askida and Bell congratulate Prashanta for his participation and for his creative project.

We also thank all participants for their projects.
Proud to be geek!

Stay tuned for more announcements.


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Here’s Chris!

Chris built a radio alarm clock with access to weather forecast and many more creative features. He 3D-printed the casing. Connected to the net, this alarm clock is providing information to the emerging sleeper.

The IoT Challenge announces the winner for the Funniest realization, Chris Larsen. Chris wins 500$.

Askida and Bell congratulate Chris for his participation and for his creative project.

We also thank all participants for their projects.
May the geekhood be with you!

Stay tuned for more announcements.


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Meet Alexandre !


Alexandre created a fun application that capture indoor and outdoor temperature, that can turn on and off lamps in his living room.

His enthusiasm and his delivery during the demonstration clearly highlighted the fun factor he had.

The IoT Challenge announces the second-place winner for the Funniest realization, Alexandre Sah. Alexandre wins an Apple watch.

Askida and Bell congratulate Alexandre for his participation and for his great enthusiasm.

We also thank all participants for their projects. It is heart-warming to see such a well-assumed-geekness 😀

Stay tuned for more announcements.


The Internet Of Things (IoT) can take many different forms: Connected Cars, Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Industrial IT, Wearables… IoT is a rapidly growing market that shows incredible potential. The number of IoT devices increases approximately 30% every year, reaching 8,4 billion dollars last year (2017).

We want you to become a part of this world!

Work from home to build your very own IoT device using a Raspberry Pi and a sensor kit. We have $5000 in prizes to give away, including one $2500 cash prize for the first prize, two $1000 cash prizes, one $500 cash prize & more!

The registration period for the 2018 IoT Challenged ended on December 17th, 2018 at 11:59 pm EST. We will be announcing the winners early next year.

You can register using the form below.

Please also join our official group on LinkedIn where we will be posting news, updates and other items.

 
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$5000

in prizes to give away

✔ One $2500 cash prize
✔ Two $1000 cash prizes
✔ One $500 cash prize
✔ Apple iWatch
✔ Google Home Mini

 
 

“IoT is changing and transforming everything from business to life. Imaginations are boundless and opportunities are infinite.”

— Mehul Nayak, writing in Tech.co

 
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Your mission: Build your own IoT device from home

We’re inviting you to work from home to build your very own IoT device using a Raspberry Pi 3, model B or B+. We encourage you to use material that’s inexpensive and easy to acquire. The sensor kit you use should cost less than $50, and your total budget is $150 maximum.

The application can use your choice of language or framework (Python, Javascript, .Net Core, Node-RED).

Any Canadian citizen or permanent resident, 18 years old or older, can enter the challenge.

View Complete Rules →

 

✔ Work at your own pace!

Work from home to build your own IoT device and upload the results on GitHub.

✔ You retain all rights to your work

Everything you develop during the IoT Challenge is yours, both during the Challenge and after.

✔ Register early!

Don't wait until your done building your IoT device! Register early for a chance to win a Google Home Mini.

 
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