Keysight Announces the IoT Innovation Challenge Winners

On September 21, 2019, six finalist teams from around the world demonstrated their innovative IoT designs in NYC for a chance to win $50,000 USD and $50,000 USD worth of Keysight test equipment for their school. The winners were as follows:

Grand Prize Winner
$50,000 USD and $50,000 worth of Keysight test equipment

Anand Lalwani, Max Holiday and Valmik Lakhlani from Stanford University for their entry:

Immersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring
1st place in the Smart Land Challenge
$25,000 USD and $25,000 USD worth of Keysight test equipment

Tyrel Glass, Baden Parr, Darryn Wells, Madhav Kruthiventy of Massey University in New Zealand for their entry:

CAIRNet (Climate Air Information Real-time Network)
1st place in the Smart Water Challenge
$25,000 USD and $25,000 USD worth of Keysight test equipment

Lim Wen Qing, Yap Sheng Yao, Tan Kai Siang, Au Jin Cheng and Khor Jun Bin from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in Malaysia for their entry:

IoT Detachable Waterway Monitoring Device with LoRa and Self-Sustainability
The Keysight Diversity in Tech Award

This special award was selected by Marie Hattar, Keysight's CMO, to honor a team that embodies diversity and inspiration in STEM. This team also received $25,000 USD and $25,000 USD worth of Keysight test equipment for their school.

Nikhil Murthy, Sunny Tran, Gabriella Garcia and Irin Ghosh from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for their entry:

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View a recording of the of the final round here.

Thank you to all of our almost 300 entrants and 8000 registrants from around the world. 

It takes just one idea to change the world. Together we can make a difference.