Siemens Digital Factory and Siemens Factory Automation business units, together with university and Edge experts of Siemens Corporate Technology are launching a Global University Challenge on the topic „Automation meets Edge”.
It is an online open innovation competition where students from 32 partner universities worldwide are invited to share ideas on industrial app use cases with Edge Computing.
The ideas will be evaluated by Siemens experts online during a timeframe of 5 weeks – from May 2nd until June 5th 2018.
10 winning student teams will receive prize money as well as an invitation to a Hackathon in Nuremberg in October (Siemens takes over all travel & accommodation costs) where the students can prototype their idea on the brand new Edge platform.
Students of the following universities are eligible to participate in the challenge (including Siemens working students and PhD students):
- Newcastle University (UK)
- University of Manchester (UK)
- University of Oxford (UK)
- University of Cambridge (UK)
- University of Southampton (UK)
- TU of Denmark (Denmark)
- Tsinghua Beijing (China)
- Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China)
- Tongji University (China)
- Soochow University (China)
- HUST University (China)
- TU Munich (Germany)
- Ludwig Maximilian University (Germany)
- RWTH Aachen (Germany)
- TU Berlin (Germany)
- FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany)
- KIT (Germany)
- TU Darmstadt (Germany)
- TU Dresden (Germany)
- University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)
- University of Passau (Germany)
- University of Stuttgart (Germany)
- TU Budapest (Hungary)
- TU Vienna (Austria)
- TU Graz (Austria)
- JKU Linz (Austria)
- ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
- Vanderbilt University (USA)
- Virginia Tech (USA)
- Purdue (USA)
- Clemson University (USA)
- UCLA (USA)
Siemens is looking forward to great ideas from students on use cases with Edge computing in a production environment!
More information and registration form is available at https://siemensinnovation.spigit.com/automationmeetsedge
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