TI announces sponsorship of Innovation World Cup challenge

Posted on Friday, July 19th, 2013 in contest, RF, sensors by the machinegeek


TI has announced their participation as a sponsor in the Worldwie Innovation Cup competition:

“For the fourth year in a row Texas Instruments have joined the Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup where developers from all over the world are called to submit their innovative solutions for wearable devices.

New ideas, products and prototypes can be submitted in the following categories: Sports & Fitness, Healthcare & Wellness, Gaming & Lifestyle, Security & Prevention. The Wearable Technologies Innovator of the Year will receive a prize of USD 5,000!

During the competition TI will offer a 50% discount to the first 100 registrants who choose one of the following TI kits: CC2541DK-Mini, CC110L RF BoosterPack, CC1120DK. TI will also offer free SensorTags to the first 100 registrants who decide to design with TI’s award winning tool!”

The database for submissions is open until November 30, 2013.

Visit TI’s Wearable Technologies page for more information and to participate.

[We note from the Innovation World Cup sponsors page that there are also other sponsors offering free or discounted hardware/software to registered participants, including STMicroelectronics and the blukii Development Kit by C.Schneider.]

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One Response to “TI announces sponsorship of Innovation World Cup challenge”

  1. Rick Winscot says:

    Please amend the date to read November 30, 2013.

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