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LinkIt ONE: Smart Devices for Smart Cities Challenge

LinkIt ONE: Smart Devices for Smart Cities Challenge

Build next generation devices for our future smart cities. From better-designed traffic lights, to connected homes, urban farms and citizen information services, what will you build?

We are asking you to design a system that could be implemented in homes or cities to make them smarter, better and more modern. Get started by submitting your idea to the Pre-Contest, if you win you (and 99 others) will receive a free Arduino-compatible Linkit ONE and a $25 gift certificate to Seeed Studio!

For the second part of the contest, make your idea a reality and publish detailed instructions to Hackster. The first place winner will receive an iPad Pro 32gb. Second place receives an iPad mini 4 16GB. Third place receives a new Apple TV. All three finalists receive Seeed Studio service credit for Free PCB layout & DFM review ($1,000 value).

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