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Do you have a game changing idea for The Internet of Things?

  • 25 May 2016 |
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Do you have a game changing idea for The Internet of Things? Compete for one of three 100.000 SEK prizes using Bluemix, IBM’s digital development platform.

The Internet of Things is constantly growing and evolving, demanding creative solutions at an ever-increasing rate. Scania vehicles, Nobia kitchens and Tetra Pak® packages are looking for your ideas within the theme Internet of Things. Select a company to compete for and create a prototype of your solution using IBM Bluemix, free access is available for the duration of the competition. The winner for each company's competition will be awarded 100,000 SEK. The deadline to submit your idea is July 1, 2016.

Sign up here: iotcompetitions.com

Criteria: Select a company to compete for and create a prototype of your solution using IBM Bluemix, free access is available for the duration of the competition. Work alone or in groups.

Eligibility: must be a resident of Sweden, Denmark, Norway or Finland

Cost: Free Prize: 100,000 SEK/competition

Deadline: July 1st 2016 (winners will be presented in September, 2016)


 


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