Deadlines

Idea submissions has ended to win 1 of 30 Sponsored Development Boards.

Project submissions has ended to win 1 of 3 Grand Prizes.

Winners announced on May 7, 2021.

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Win an iPad Air by Entering the Make With Mouser IoT Design Contest

In partnership with Mouser Electronics

Final Project Submissions

Microchip Technology Project Submissions

Submitted by gladion (WINNER)

 

Submitted by ram1234

Mobile Weather Station

 

Submitted by Gepind

Make With Mouser IoT Design Contest

 

Submitted by NoobIsHere

 

Submitted by anisnabilah

Power Electric Monitoring and Control

 

Submitted by xecixz12

SMART STREET LIGHT

 

Submitted by DuyLionTran

BLE terrariu

 

Submitted by johnnietien

Design the Complex IoT system with Google Cloud IoT core

 

Maxim Integrated Project Submissions

Submitted by monimona (WINNER)

Weather Station

 

Submitted by Anas Dalintakam

Temperature logger for blood component transportation

 

Submitted by Swathi154

Temperature Monitoring Device

 

Submitted by salihanazley

SupaCap Maritime Transport

 

Submitted by Bassclef

Using concepts of edge computing to eliminate the requirement of a cloud-based system in response to the rise of IIoT applications

 

Analog Devices Inc. Project Submissions

Submitted by moi121 (WINNER)

MenoPLAY

 

Submitted by akshaysethia36

Design a circuit to charge mobile phone batteries from solar panel directly during power shortage due to natural catastrophe like flood, cyclone, etc.

 

Submitted by Raj111

Make With Mouser IoT Design Contest: MULTI-OPERATION POWER MANAGEMENT Kit

 

Submitted by robotedmanmath

Remote Heart-Health Monitor

 

Submitted by Sunnyiut

Baby Vital Monitor (Part 1)

Baby Vital Monitor (Part 2)

Baby Vital Monitor (Part 3)

Baby Vital Monitor (Part 4)

Contest Overview

Calling all makers, inventors, designers, and developers! Mouser Electronics and All About Circuits have partnered with Analog Devices, Maxim Integrated, and Microchip Technology to bring you the #makewithmouser IoT Design Contest.

Submit your IoT-inspired design ideas — just a sentence or two of what you plan to build — by January 22nd, 2021 via the form below for a chance to be selected as a semi-finalist who will win one of the six featured boards below. These boards will be awarded to 30 semi-finalists to help you turn your design idea into a working concept!

With the board in hand, you have until
April 23rd, 2021 to submit a project documenting the aspects of your design to be judged for the grand prize: an iPad Air 256 GB (valued at $749 USD). 

The three grand prize winners will be announced on May 7th, 2021.

Take a look at the information below, get your creative juices flowing, and be sure to submit your ideas by January 8th!

 

#Makewithmouser Contest Timeline

1st Phase: Idea Submission

Project idea submissions accepted via the registration form on the contest page of the All About Circuits website through January 22nd, 2021. Remember to select the board you’d like to receive if you are selected as a semi-finalist!

2nd Phase: Semi-Finalists Project Submission

After reviewing all submissions, 30 semi-finalists will be notified and will receive the board they selected upon registration. 

Each semi-finalist will then have until April 23rd, 2021 to submit a final project blog to qualify for the grand prize. 

3rd Phase: Grand Prize Winners Announced!

Upon reviewing the project blog submissions, three grand prize winners will be announced on May 7th, 2021. Each winner will receive a brand new iPad Air!

 

About the Boards

Microchip Technology SAM-IoT WG Development Board 

This development board features the SAMD21G18 Arm® Cortex®-M0+ based 32-bit microcontroller, ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication™ secure element IC, and the fully certified ATWINC1510 Wi-Fi® network controller. 

Microchip Technology AVR-IoT WA Development Board 

Microchip Technology's AVR-IoT WA Development Board (EV15R70A) is an ideal foundation for building a cloud-connected design supported by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Analog Devices Inc. ADP5360CB-EVALZ PMIC Evaluation Board 

Analog Devices Inc.'s ADP5360CB-EVALZ Evaluation Board is designed to help evaluate the features and performance of the ADP5360, a battery management PMIC (USB to I2C dongle USB-SDP-CABLEZ included).

Analog Devices Inc. EVAL-ADPD4100Z-PPG Evaluation Board

Analog Devices Inc.'s EVAL-ADPD4100Z-PPG Evaluation Board is designed to evaluate the ADPD4100/ADPD4101 multimodal sensor front ends. 

Maxim Integrated MAX31889EVSYS Evaluation System

Maxim Integrated's MAX31889EVSYS Evaluation System provides a single platform to evaluate the MAX31889, a temperature sensor with ±0.25°C accuracy.

Maxim Integrated MAX38888EVKIT Continua™ Regulator Evaluation Kit

Maxim Integrated's MAX38888EVKIT Continua™ Regulator Evaluation Kit provides a flexible circuit to evaluate the MAX38888, a super cap backup regulator designed to transfer power between a super cap and a system supply rail. 

 

Terms and Conditions

  • Must be 18 years or older to enter
  • To qualify to win, entrants must reside in an APAC region country.

Giveaway already ended 274 days ago.

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    Navadeep Ganesh U December 05, 2020

    This is great opportunity!

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  • ahmadradhy December 06, 2020

    Our innovation is a precise sensing and analytics solution integrating IoT with IOTA for dairy farm production and supply chain. It is aimed to measure CO2, air temperature, air humidity, liquid temperature, and the air pressure inside the containers of the milk storage, which ensure the freshness and quality of milk for expanding agricultural solutions to the cold chain, especially dairy farm.

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  • chamal1982 December 08, 2020

    I am going to develop wifi-based thermometer with “Microchip Technology SAM-IoT WG Development Board”. This device has touch-less body temperature sensor (MLX90614) that takes measurement of patient body temperature and pass it to AWS/Google IoT platform using MQTT. Where these measure get saved. This device has mobile application that will read temperature measurement from AWS and display patient care taker and the doctor Android phones. Further more these saved temperature measurements can be fed to AI anomaly detection model and build an AI model to check whether the patient is getting well and how long will it take to get well.

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