Keysight IoT Innovation Challenge Finalists Announced 

Keysight Technologies is proud to announce the finalists for the Keysight IoT Innovation Challenge. Two members of each team will receive an all-expenses paid trip to New York City to demonstrate their ideas live before a panel of judges at a final live streamed event in September, as they compete for a chance to win up to a $50,000 USD cash prize and $50,000 USD worth of Keysight test equipment for their school.

Smart Land Challenge Finalists

  • United States and Canada

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


  • Asia-Pacific and Greater China

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

    CAIRNet (Climate Air Information Real-time Network)

  • Europe, Middle East, Africa, India

    Gaurav Barua, Harsh Prasad, Kishore Charan from Institute of Engineering & Management in India for their entry,

    Malaria Detection Using Foldscope

Smart Water Challenge Finalists

Given the popularity of our contest, we’ve decided to award an additional prize to those entries in each category and in each of our three contest regions with the highest number of popular votes. The recipients of the additional prize – a thermal imager, valued at $2,800 – are as follows:

Thank you to all of our almost 300 entrants and 8000 registrants from around the world. If you were one of the 240 handheld DMM winners, you will be notified via email by July 15. In the meantime, stay tuned to this site for more information about the final event and how to view the live stream.

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