Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's Telstra Innovation Challenge!
We had so many exciting submissions and our judges had the hard task of selecting our winners.
On May 26th, 7 finalists pitched their ideas to a panel of IoT and health experts. From those 7 teams, 3 took home fame and glory:
Public Stream Winner: Lynxx
Uni Steam Winner: Team Laika (RMIT University)
Innovation Award Winner: Health is Wealth
You can find all the details about this year's winners including videos on the Telstra Exchange
We Also made a Git Hub Repository
In the heart of Melbourne, level 2 at Telstra's Global Headquarters building at 242 Exhibition Street.
Flexible workspaces for up to 212 in total, from individual sit/stand desks to large project benches and quiet focus rooms.
State-of-the-art prototyping and testing for all aspects of your IoT solution, including 3D printing.
Presentation stage and social hub for finding out what's happening next and figuring out what to do about it.
There are a few things to remember when getting your team together.
The final judging panel will consist of senior leaders from Telstra and our partners for the event (stay tuned for more information). Teams will present their solution via a 5 minute pitch with 5 minutes of Q&A. Throughout the various Challenge judging rounds, solutions will be assessed based on the following criteria:
The winning team from each stream of the Challenge will be awarded with $10,000 AUD (GST inclusive) to be shared between team members, as well as one Intel® NUC Home Mini PC NUC7i3BNHXF per team member up to four team members. All finalists from either the University or Public stream are also eligible to win a special Innovation Award. The winning team for Innovation will be awarded $2,000 AUD (GST inclusive) to be shared between team members, as well as one Intel® Movidius™ Neural Compute Stick per team member up to four team members.