|University (National and Online)|
|16th||Challenge Problem released on website.||16th - 22nd||Solution research and draft design.||26th||Development Kits sent out.|
|2nd - May 6th||Solution development time with weekly interactive online technical support sessions..||May|
|8th - 11th||Team pitches and judging for top 3 teams.||21st - 25th||Solution development time with technical support available in Telstra Labs (9am-5pm).||25th||Interstate top 3 teams flown to Melbourne.||26th||Final pitches, judging and awards ceremony.|
|Public (Melbourne, Vic)|
|16th||Challenge Problem released on website.||May|
|7th - 11th||Solution research and draft design.||19th - 20th||Launch weekend and dev kit distribution||21st - 25th||Solution development time with technical support available in Telstra Labs (9am-5pm).||26th||Final pitches, judging and awards ceremony.|
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 and will be assessed based on the following equally weighed criteria:
Major prizes will be awarded to the winning team from each stream of the Challenge. In addition to the major prize, there will be a supplementary prize awarded to a team who performs particularly well in the Innovation category. All decisions are final and binding in all respects. Unless otherwise stated, all prizes are awarded to the winning team as a whole, not to individual members.