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[iot-wg] Open IoT Challenge 5.0 - Call for sponsors!

Dear all,

Weâre starting to prepare for our fifth edition of the Open IoT Challenge, that we plan to launch, like in previous years, at the beginning of the fall.

The previous edition of the challenge, that ended earlier this year, was the most successful one to date: around 80 teams entered, and a vast majority of the projects have been implementing solutions to real IoT use cases, making this challenge a great showcase of how our IoT technology portfolio can solve real-world problems.
You can see more details on the three winning teams here: https://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20180404_iotchallenge_winners2018.php, and learn more about the winning solution in MartÃnâs presentation during the Eclipse IoT Day Santa Clara. 
     
Eclipse IoT Working Group member companies will have the opportunity to sponsor the Challenge again this year. Intel has already expressed interest, and weâre certainly interested in hearing from you if you would like to be one of the sponsors. The cost of sponsorship is $1,500. We use the money to provide the participant with great prizes, and to help support the logistics (website, promotion, webinars, â) 

Sponsorship benefits include:
  • Recognition on the website, social media, and announcements
  • Sponsors can provide contestants access to their IoT services or products 
  • Sponsors can provide their IoT services or products as prizes to the winners  
  • Each sponsor will also have the opportunity to nominate one of their experts to be a judge for the Challenge. The judges will also be featured on the website.

If your interested in being a sponsor, please reply on or off-list so that we know we can count you in.
Let us know about any questions/concerns you may have.

Thanks,
Benjamin â
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Benjamin CabÃ
IoT Program Manager

Eclipse Foundation
+33 (0) 619196101
@kartben

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