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Bosch IoT competition for young, women engineers

last modified May 09, 2016 03:39 PM
Bosch campaign challenges young, women engineers to imagine how the IoT will improve lives

The #BetweenUsWeCan campaign, which supports efforts to improve gender diversity within engineering, will include an online competition that seeks out the best new applications of the IoT.

Three winners will get the chance to pay a two-day visit to Bosch’s state-of-the-art Renningen and Reutlingen research and development facilities near Stuttgart, in Germany. This is where IoT technologies are being developed and brought to life for Bosch. The winners will also receive a year’s mentoring from Bosch engineers.

To enter the competition, entrants aged between 18 and 25 will need to describe an innovation that, by harnessing the universal connectivity of the IoT, would make the world a better place.

 Interested participants should visit http://www.bosch.co.uk/betweenuswecan.

 The closing date for entries is 30th May 2016.

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