The #IoT2019Competition focuses on building a connected project using Delphi or C++Builder and Visuino.
Entries must publish the code online (GitHub, BitBucket, Assembla, etc.) along with a short video (YouTube, Vimeo, Lbry, etc.) showing it in action. The project must include a microcontroller board like Arduino, Esp32, M5Stack, Teensy, or even Raspberry Pi, that connects via your chosen method (WiFi, serial, Bluetooth, Ethernet, etc.) to a desktop/laptop or mobile device. Use Visuino to program the microcontroller and Delphi or C++Builder to create the program on the desktop/laptop/mobile.
You can use free licenses for Visuino, Delphi, and C++Builder, but you will need to come up with hardware to run it all on. We are working with M5Stack on this contest, and they make some great ESP32 based hardware for a good price which you can buy directly from them, or on AliExpress. You can also find them on Amazon for slightly more, as they are sold through a 3rd party.
A couple useful starter microcontrollers with screen, buttons, battery, etc. integrated.
A Google form will be set up to collect entries. Participants are encouraged to promote their entries on social media.
The number of prizes depends on the number of entries. Check back to this page for more details.
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