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Project Arduino public voting open
02/09/15 ,via ElectronicsWeekly.com
Project Arduino is an international competition, designed to showcase technological innovation, with competing systems based on the Arduino, obviously. There's still time for the public vote, so you can help choose the winners (and put yourself in with
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Invent Arduino public voting open - ElectronicsWeekly.com
There’s still nonetheless for the public vote, so you can help choose the winners (and put yourself in with a chance to win an Arduino. The compo is organised by Thales and basically requires students to bod a piece of equipment related to a Thales business area: Aerospace, Space, Transportation, Defence, and Security. The university of Exeter is one of the four left over teams, along side the University of Reading, Caltech and the University of California, Irvine. The Big Four are: Lockduino (a fully-automated, remotely locking door), Ares (detecting if, where and how unfortunately a soldier has been shot), Fire and Ice (laser designation of targets by drone), and Socrates (locating device). “The team have performed exceptionally source to reach the final four of this competition, it is a quite remarkable feat,” said Exeter’s Dr David Wakeling, Lecturer in Computer Field, who encouraged the Lockduino students to take part. “The great thing about this competition is that the public decide the winner, so there is chance forall to have their say as to which project is not just the most innovative, but also the most useful. We’d like to encourage as many people as possible to support the team, and referendum for Exeter.