The IoT Junior Cup of Austria reveals participant projects

published 31 Mar - 14:03 by Alexandra Cosma in Austria


The IoT Junior Cup Austria has just revealed the 48 projects that will be participating in the 2015 edition of the Internet of Things project competition for high school students, organised by LineMetrics. This Vienna based startup has initiated the IoT Junior cup with the goal of increasing Internet of Things (IoT) literacy among the Austrian youth. Catch up on the details of the competition on here.

From 3D printers, open source e-service stations to pizza deliveries at your fingertips, the 128 participants have shown creativity and ingenuity. 48 IoT projects have been submitted for the cup before the application deadline on 6 March. In the last two weeks, 147 free hardware components and software licenses were shipped to participants to get them started and now the implementation phase is in full swing. "The world is changing. We need to nurture talent to continue international front to be there," said Wolfgang Hafenscher, CMO and cofounder LineMetrics. Stay updated on the IoT Junior Cup Austria here.

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