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The Aarhus University School of Engineering wins the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge

The Aarhus University School of Engineering wins the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge

December 21st, 2017 - Libelium

More than 600 participants have competed in the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge, the commitment of Libelium with the IoT education. The contest looks for the best IoT developers worldwide with high-level exams and exercises. In this edition, only the 13% of the contestants have been able to finish the educational program.

The IoT Spartans Challenge has obtained international presence as participants come from 260 universities from the five continents. The final battle has been tough and only just a few have been able to complete it. We want to congratulate all of them, specially the top 3 winners:

1. Khaled Brahem – École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT) – Tunisia
2. Kiara Navarro – Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá (UTP) – Panama
3. Jacob Harbo S. Aagaard – Aarus University School of Engineering – Denmark

They have been awarded with 3,000€, 1,500€ and 500€ respectively and the great honor of being the three most talented IoT developers worldwide.

Universities have also participated in the challenge, being the Aarus University School of Engineering the unbeatable winner with a prize of 5,000€ in material for IoT projects from the Libelium catalog.

Libelium wants to gratitude to all the contestants and the educational institutions which have participated for their commitment with the education in the IoT, with special recognition to: Aarhus University School of Engineering, Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave, Charles Sturt University, Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá, Université de Mons, Università degli Studi di Pavia, University of the Phillippines and Centro San Valero.

Lastly, Libelium wants to appreciate the collaboration of the organizations that have sponsored the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge: Ibercaja Obra Social, IoT Talent Consortium and Mioti.

The platform will remain open until the end of the year so lessons and webinars are accessible to get deeper insight on practical IoT knowledge. Libelium trusts this educational program will be useful for any educational institution and would like to encourage them to organize new IoT Programs in the future.

Take a look to the IoT Spartans Challenge ranking and discover the who are the true IoT Warriors.

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