2nd ARM Developer Day - Student Design Competition.

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During the 2nd ARM Developer Day, we announce a student design competition at various levels to match student skills from freshman to senior and graduate levels.
The target day for project submission is on January 13th and the target day for project delivery will be one week before Imagine RIT.

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2nd ARM Developer Day - Student Design Competition.

  1. 1. ARM and RIT announce a Design Competition! Theme: “Creating a better quality of life”1
  2. 2. Main Objectives Use ARM technology create or enhance a system to help those in need  Young children  Elderly  Disabled (mentally or physically)  Poor  Three broad classifications of projects. Use a development platform to:  Perform an autonomous function  Perform a particular function along with a communication medium to report or update events, possibly remote-controlled  Interact with an app running on a tablet or smart-phone 2
  3. 3. Initial Rules Teams of 2 - 5 students Submit proposals by January 13th  How are you going to improve someone’s quality of life?  Why is it a good idea?  What is the development timeline and design phases?  What do you need in terms of ARM-based processors, additional hardware and software development tools?  Competition ends one week before Imagine RIT on April 27th, 2012  Some development tools will be sponsored depending on participating partners and requirements  Project could possibly count as RIT design project, or some other course project requirement (?) 3
  4. 4. Judging Projects will be showcased at Imagine RIT Designs will be judged based on:  Creativity  Innovation  Effectiveness of solving the problem  Cost efficiency  Wow factor  Judging carried out by:  ARM  RIT students and faculty  Imagine RIT general audience  More judges TBD? 4
  5. 5. Prizes and Sponsorship Prizes: TBD, depends on sponsors Sponsors: ARM, all ARM partners, and other local industry are invited to sponsor equipment and/or prizes! 5

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