The Ultimate Arduino Challenge Posed at embedded world

February 27, 2019 Laura Dolan

Arduino’s co-founder, Massimo Banzi, presented The Ultimate Arduino Challenge aimed at engineers at embedded world.

The challenge is comprised of three categories: Data Collection, Industrial IoT, and Anything Goes.

Data Collection requires gathering data using an Arduino board and various sensors.

Industrial IoT involves designing a product that connects to its surroundings.

The Anything Goes category is self-explanatory where engineers can submit any type of Arduino-based design that must include a description and system diagram.

Projects will be based on votes of Supplyframe community members during the four-month contest, and a panel of judges will pick the top three winners.

The prizes are as follows:

Grand prize: a trip to Turin, Italy to tour the Arduino factory

Second place: a trip to a 2019 Microchip MASTERs conference

Third place: $500 in gift certificates to the Tindie maker marketplace

As many as 500 finalists will receive Arduino boards. Good luck!

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