Enter the 2005 Windows Embedded Student ChallengE
Up for a real-world challenge? Enter the 2005 Windows Embedded Student ChallengE, where you’ll partner with three fellow students and a faculty mentor to develop a computer-based system that solves a real-world problem.
Working with your team, you’ll compete for up to $8,000 in cash prizes and the chance to present your project in Redmond, Washington. In addition, your team may also be selected to participate in the Computer Society International Design Competition (CSIDC) finals in Washington, D.C. Utilizing Microsoft® Windows® Embedded technology, the industry’s leading embedded platform, previous contest participants developed solutions to improve airport security, roadway safety, medical technology, and more.
“This was a great experience…one we’ll remember for a long time,” stated participating student Marcus O’Malley of James Madison University. What will the ChallengE bring to your world? Enter the 2005 Windows Embedded Student ChallengE and find out. Submissions are due January 23, 2005. Register online before January 23rd 2005 HERE