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UK Universities Student Sensor Competition

UK Universities Student Sensor Competition
Loughborough University has announced a new competition to develop new approaches to substation monitoring. Entries may be entirely new methods of measuring and recording substation condition or use existing devices in new ways, but must show novelty beyond what is currently available.
The competition is open to all taught students studying at UK universities. The closing date for shortlisting of concepts is 16th February 2018 and for the final award is 29th June 2018
Prizes of £5000, £1000 and £500 are available. 
The UK Universities Student Sensor Competition is operated under the DEDUCE (Determining Electricity Demand Using Consumer Electronics) project by Loughborough University for Western Power Distribution.
For detailed competition advice, rules and an entry form, please visit: www.lboro.ac.uk/research/crest/news/news/sensor-competition
For an entry form, click here  For more information about the competition, including IP management click here. For a poster you can display, click here
 
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