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The DTU Internet of Things Design and Implementation Grand Final

The DTU Internet of Things Design and Implementation Contest 2019, entitled “ IoT in Smart Farming”, was launched early in March with 13 teams from DTU and local high schools. Eleven advanced to the finals on April 27. 
 
Vòng Chung k?t Cu?c thi DTU Internet of Things Design and Implementation Contest 2019
Dr. Ha Dac Binh, Dean of the DTU Faculty of Electrical Engineering  
 
The final round gave teams the opportunity to showcase their creative ideas by demonstrating their products, many of which were eye-catching.
 
The judge awarded first prize to the project “Applying IoT technology to sericulture”, developed by students of Electrical Engineering. Second prize was awarded to projects “Applying IoT technology to smart clean vegetable garden” and “An additional lighting system to smart garden using LED lamps”, also by Electrical Engineering students. Third prizes were won by Electrical Engineering and DTU International School students for three projects: “Crop monitoring and breeding management using IoT and drones”, “Crop and seeding management in greenhouses using the Arm Bot” and “A happy vegetable garden”. 
 
Vòng Chung k?t Cu?c thi DTU Internet of Things Design and Implementation Contest 2019
First prize went to the project “Applying IoT technology to sericulture”
 
Le Quang Tu of K23 EVT said: “Observing and learning about silk farming in my hometown, I discovered that it is very demanding work, requiring tight time management and a stable environment for the growth of the silk worms. The “Applying IoT technology to sericulture” project will allow farmers to manage temperature, humidity and light to guarantee healthy conditions with no risk of disease and the best quantity and quality yield of silk when harvesting.”
 
The 2019 DTU IoT Design and Implementation Contest encourages and promotes creativity and enhances the quality of education. 
 
(Media Center)