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Your IoT or Mine?

Big Ideas, Big Money, and the “Your IoT" Design Competition

You’ve had IoT design swirling around in your head for years. It’s your carpool companion on the way to work, it’s your daydream during the day, and it’s the buzz that keeps you awake at night. Well folks, it’s time to get that IoT dream of yours off the cocktail napkin and into the real world! My guest this week is Kamran Shah (Silicon Labs) and he’s here to introduce us to the “Your IoT” design competition. Kamran breaks down the who, what, when, and where of this new design contest and delivers the goods on how you can enter this competition. Also this week, we look at a groundbreaking new technology called Wi-Fo coming out of Oregon State University that hopes to boost our Wi-Fi signals by 10X!

 

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Enter the “Your IoT” design competition!

Silicon Labs and Digi-Key Challenge Developer Innovation With “Your IoT” Design Competition

More information about Oregon State University’s Wi-Fo project

 

 

 

 

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