Registration for the IoT Innovation Challenge is now open and entries are being accepted. Apply to Be one of the first 80 people in each of the competition regions to successfully register and submit a qualified entry. Further, Win a handheld digital multimeter. Further, undergraduate students can apply individually or in a group.
Furthermore, When classmates or colleagues work together, they can change the world. Keysight established engineering resources to turn the engineer into a successful venture. Moreover, The Keysight IoT Innovation Challenge is a design competition that challenges students to make the world better for billions by innovating low-power IoT (Internet of Things). Students compete via online written and video submissions to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the final competition at the World Maker Faire in New York. Six teams (2 people per team) will advance to the final, where they will demonstrate their design ideas live on stage before a panel of judges.
Benefits from IoT Innovation Challenge 2019
- Win an all-expenses-paid trip to the final competition at the World Maker Faire in New York
- Win up to USD $50,000 in cash, USD $50,000 of Keysight test equipment for your school, and also, to get global recognition
- No purchase necessary.
- This contest is limited to specific countries and is only open to entrants aged 18 years or older at the time of submission who are legal residents of, and also, physically located within, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec), Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea* Republic of, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States (excluding Arizona), and Venezuela.
- The online portion of the contest will run concurrently in 3 different regions:
- Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEAI) Subsidiary Countries and EMEAI non-subsidiary countries
- The Asia Pacific, Japan, and Oceania
- North America and Latin America
- Government agencies and institutions (including public universities), and their employees are not eligible to participate or receive prizes (however, public universities may be incidental beneficiaries of prizes won by their students), nor are individuals who appear on the U.S. Government Department of Treasury’s Specially Designated Nationals List.
- Employees of Keysight Technologies, Inc., its affiliates and immediate family members of each, are not eligible.
- Finally, This contest is void where prohibited by law.