All of the sponsored Challengers for the "IoT on Wheels" Design Challenge will receive for FREE the following kit, detailed in the table below, which is based on the STMicroelectronics STM32 Open Development Environment.
Our judges will choose 10 applicants to become sponsored challengers, these challengers will receive the kit free of charge. If your application is not chosen to become a sponsored challenger, you can buy the kit from the link below and still be in the running to win!
The STM32 Open Development Environment is an open, flexible, and affordable way to develop innovative devices and applications based on the STM32 32-bit microcontroller family combined with other state-of-the-art ST components connected via expansion boards.
To learn more, watch the video below.
Once the sponsored Challengers receive their kit, they will then embark on their journey of designing an exciting and original project that will make their vehicle of choice – whether it has 1, 2, 3, or 4 wheels – safer, smarter, more efficient, or improves traffic management through the use of Internet connectivity and embedded devices. (NOTE: even if you aren't a sponsored Challenger, you can still participate in the Design Challenge as long as you follow with the terms and conditions and integrate the STMicroelectronics Nucleo MCU dev board into your design.)
If you complete your project by the deadline and write at least 10 blog posts (tagging your blogs 'iot on wheels'), you’ll also be in the running for some awesome prizes, including a Segway MiniPRO.
The deadline for project submissions is 13th November
Kit Unboxing Video:
Interested in Challenging the Challengers? You can do it as a non-sponsored Challenger! Here's How:
All you need to do is get the low-cost and integrate it into your project, as well as post 10 blogs about your design journey in the IoT on Wheels space (tagging your blogs 'iot on wheels') and you'll be eligible to win the awesome prizes.