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STM32 Design Challenge - EMEA

Design Challenge Overview

STM32 Internet of things Design Challege


STMicroelectronics believes in the creativity of engineers and is challenging them to see what amazing Internet of Things (IoT) devices they can design around the STM32 family of ARM® Cortex®-M microcontrollers and ST’s other industry-leading components. 

Use your creativity to invent the next big thing for the IoT. ST will assist the finalists  in turning their dreams into reality with technical support during the development phase and can help in bringing the winning solution to market.

You can register for this exciting contest and send us a project description and a video of your innovative application (all information into Terms&Conditions).  You could be one of the three lucky winners to be invited at an award ceremony at Electronica in Munich to collect your prize.

In Collaboration with:
ARM Connected Community
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Design Challenge Rules

Contest Rules

Candidates are challenged to develop an Internet of Things application based on at least one STM32 microcontroller and as many other ST components as possible (at least one other required).

Registration and submission of projects are open on ST Facebook where  you can reserve a free STM32 Nucleo board and free passive components from Wurth Elektronik.

More  development kits, tools, ICs, discrete products are available from Farnell Element14.

An ST panel will select ten project finalists based on the following criteria: level of innovation, ST product content, feasibility, functionality, technical merit, usefulness.

The videos describing the finalists applications will be posted mid September on the web site and three winners will be elected by the “embedded community” with a voting system open until Mid October.

The winners will be invited to attend an award Ceremony during Electronica in Munich - November 11th-14th.

You can find the complete Term and Conditions of the contest here.


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