Design the best wearable to win IGNITE Design Contest from Tata Elxsi
One of the leading electronics system design services provider Tata Elxsi launched 3rd edition of its IGNITE Design Contest.
The theme for this year’s Ignite Design Contest – 2014 is ‘Wearable Technology: Envisioning the Future’. Participants are required to submit ideas for wearables in three focus areas – Healthcare & Fitness, Communication and Security.
Ignite Design Contest seeks cutting-edge product ideas, services and applications for Wearable devices. The concepts should be creative, intuitive, marketable and easy to use.
Two best concepts / ideas will win pebble smart watches and Winners Certificate of Appreciation. The contest is open to design students pursuing their full-time Undergraduate and Post Graduate courses in Design.
Last of submission of proposal for this contest is 5th Feb 2015. For more information on the contest visit www.tataelxsi.com/ignite-design-contest or follow our Facebook page Ignite Design Contest - Tata Elxsi.
The winners of the 2013 Ignite Design contest were Arjun Rajkumar S – NID, Ahmedabad and Fijoy Francis – NTTF, Bangalore who submitted design concepts on Age-friendly Kitchen Appliances for the elderly and Smart TV for the Indian Youth : Redefining the in-television.
To share you results of another electronics/semiconductor design contest: Susmita Majumder and Debanjali Nath of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Agartala won first place in the Synopsys Analog Design Contest 2014. Contest committee members from Synopsys India, CDAC Noida and the University of Hyderabad selected the winners based on their design’s functionality, efficiency and area, and on the teams’ productivity.
Synopsys India launched the Analog Design Contest in April 2014, with more than 90 students from more than 50 universities participating. Over the course of three months, each team was required to complete a schematic and DRC/LVS clean layout of an LDO voltage regulator. The design had to meet prescribed specifications and be an original work. Students were provided with access to Synopsys analog/mixed-signal tools, an iPDK and training on LDO design and the use of the tools.