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Inspiring Young Innovators to Convert Their Dreams into Products

India embedded design contest provides a platform for developing ideas

 

In 2012, some 2700 teams submitted 667 ideas for the Intel India Embedded Challenge. That represents a 150% growth in the number of teams compared to 2011. And the variety of creative applications based upon the Intel® Atom™ processor also continues to grow as young innovators compete for cash and recognition.

 

Two young men from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, were the overall winners for 2012 in the Professional Category with a project titled Autonomous Underwater Vehicle for Coastal Monitoring Applications. In the Student Category, the overall winners were a group from the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore with a Wireless Sensor Based Smart Parking System. Find a complete list of winners including the 2010 and 2011 overall winners below.

 

Anubhav Sahoo, Siddartha Khastgir, Professional Category, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (Professional Category Winner)

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle for Coastal Monitoring Applications

Intel Innovation Grand Prize 2012

 

Joseph Jeffrey, Roshan G Patil, Skanda Kumar K N, Yogish D, International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore (Student Category Winner)

Wireless Sensor Based Smart Parking System

Intel Innovation Grand Prize 2012

 

Nikhil Gupta, Anurag Pandey, Anant Raj, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

eTab

Embedded Innovation of the Year and Jury Popular Choice Awards 2012

 

Shashank KR, Rahul Dhariwal, PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore

Intelligent Hand Glove for Biomedical Applications

Embedded Innovation of the Year 2012

 

Manikanta C, Sandep Angara, Anil Kumar, Professional Category

Priority for Emergency Vehicles

Special Mention Award 2012

 

Sanjay Bansal and team, New Dehli

TRACTROBOT

An autonomous tractor for use in precise farming in rural India that can cut down driver costs and labor.

Intel Innovation Grand Prize 2010

 

TJ David and Team, International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad

Solar Crop Harvesting Robot

Low Cost and Low Power Consuming Solar Crop Harvester Controlled by an Intel Atom Processor

Intel Innovation Grand Prize 2011

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