Texas Instruments is the new Title Sponsor for the 2011 Innovation World Cup as the global competition enters its third year. Besides powering the competition financially, TI will also give out free Bluetooth low energy development kits to the first 20 developers who submit prototypes for the competition. Developers who submit prototypes after the free kits are gone will be offered a 50 percent price discount. More information on TI’s CC2540 system-on-chip can be found here.
The Bluetooth SIG will begin accepting entries for this year’s contest on May 1, 2011.