STM32Nucleo esame IoT Contest, Sophia, France

Created by Thomas Borowczak Employee on Nov 24, 2016

Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Sophia Antipolis, France

Starts at 9:00 AM · Ends at 10:00 AM, CEST (Europe/Paris)

  • Thomas Borowczak

Enter the STM32Nucleo esame IoT Contest, develop the most innovative and fun “smart electronics” project.
Register, grab your ST’s NUCLEO-L052RE, X-NUCLEO-IDB04A1 Bluetooh low energy and X-NUCLEO-IKS01A1 sensors expansion board, and start your project development on ARM mbed.
ST will support the installation, debug and optimization during the developement of the project..
Projects will be presented to public in the afternoon of the conference the 1st of December.
The jury will nominate the most innovative and creative projects and distribute the prizes to the 3 winners.

A presentation of the BLE technology is available here : bluetooth-smart_-2016_context_rev0-1

Registration are now close : All Kit have been distributed


Rules :
Contestant must reside in France and must be able to collect the boards at ST Sophia Antipolis site after registration.

Scope :

The project must be in line with “Connected objects for smarter life

The project must be based on a NUCLEO-L052RE, X-NUCLEO-IDB04A1 Bluetooh low energy and X-NUCLEO-IKS01A1 sensors expansion board and developed on ARM mbed IDE

All developments (SW and HW) must be open and available to the community.

ST will distribute the development boards on its Sophia Antipolis site early october to the contestant registered on this link :  Contest Registration.

Distribution limited to 50 boards and submitted to validation by the eSAME Technical Committee


Contestant will have to confirm their participation and provide their project title and description to ST by email at before November 23.

Contestant will showcase their project on the day of the eSame conference on December 1 2016 in Sophia


On that day, the jury will select the most innovative and creative application.

1st prize : DJI Phantom 3 Drone


2nd prizes : Fitbit watch

3rd prize : STM32F7 Discovery board


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Sophia Antipolis, France