IQRF Wireless Challenge II, the contest for the best wireless applications, revealed its winners. There were 47 contestants from 14 countries registered in the contest. The final round was an interactive exhibition of the top ten projects. It took placeat the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Czech Technical University in Prague on May 27, 2016. The best applications were designed by participants from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.
IQRF Alliance and MICRORISC announced the second year of the IQRF Wireless Challengecontest in November 2015. “Test your skills, submit your application for the IQRF wireless technology and compete for valuable prizes totaling 3,700 EUR”; this was a challenge for all technicians, programmers, developers and students from all over the world. They competed in two categories – Developer and Student.
The first place in the Developer category won Virtual Laboratory project byMark Wendler and BélaBartos from Óbuda University in Hungary. This home control system with support for Windows Phone and Android was very sophisticated. The second place got a project Wireless Current Probe by JiříHodan from the Czech Republic. Csaba Nagy fromUniversity Sapientiain Romaniawon the third position for High precision synchronization for ultrasound based robot tracking.
Grammar SchoolBoskovicewas highly successful in the Student category. The first place got Roman Ondráček with led_controller application and the third place got TomášRottenbergwith project Trioxygen, both from Grammar School Boskovice. Second place went to Daniel Veltruskýfrom Technical High School Ječná in Prague for the project Real sunshine intensity compared to web application „OpenWeather“.
In the first phase, submitted projects were evaluated by a jury of engineers who develop the wireless platform IQRF. In the Finals, the jury was expanded by disinterested experts from the media partners of the competition. “I am excited about the benefits of competing projects, they show examples of the use of the wireless platform IQRF and easy connection of the IQRF to other platforms,” said ŠimonChudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance. “The competing projects were interesting and beneficial, each one in other way. Final resolution of the jury was really difficult, because the results were very closesomewhere,” said VladimírŠulc, CEO of the company MICRORISC. The most interesting projects will be revealed atwww.doitwireless.com.
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