Winners from the 2016 competition

  • 1st place


    Stephane Carrez

    Issy Les Moulineaux, France


    A monitoring tool which analyses Ethernet traffic and can read Ethernet packets, performs real-time analysis and displays the results on a 480x272 touch panel. It runs on a STM32F746 board and its interface can filter results at different levels and report various types of information.

  • 2nd place


    German Rivera

    Austin, Texas, US

    Autonomous Car Framework

    A framework to develop control software for the NXP cup race car. The development system is a miniature race car chassis coupled with a FRDM-KL25Z board and a TFC-shield board. The car kit includes two DC motors for the rear wheels, a steering servo for the front wheels and a line scan camera. 

  • 3rd place


    Shawn Nock

    London, ON, Canada

    Bluetooth Beacons “iBeacon”

    The target was a Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 System-on-a-Chip (a Cortex-M0 part with integrated 2.4GHz Radio) with a custom development board.

Robert Dewar

Special Prize

German Rivera

Austin, Texas, US

IoT Networking Stack for the NXP FRDM-K64F board

Lady Ada Lovelace

Special Prize

Sébastien Bardot

Angoulême, France

LVC-EMR-1, an explorer and mapper robot