Premier Farnell’s ‘Change the World’ Competition: The Winners

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The judges have completed their selection process by picking ten winning projects

Premier Farnell’s ‘Change the World’ Competition: The Winners
Premier Farnell’s ‘Change the World’ Competition: The Winners

Premier Farnell have completed the process of shortlisting entries for their global design competitionChange the World’. The competition was launched in 2016 to inspire design engineers of all ages and experience, to explore their ideas and put their design skills to the test with a solution that could change the world for the better with just $1000 of products from Farnell element14.

Ten winning projects

Entrants were asked to select products from Farnell element14’s broad range of semiconductor, interconnect and passive products, as well as development boards, single board computers, test equipment and tools, and were tasked with explaining their idea in just 500 words or less. A shortlist of 25 finalists was announced by Premier Farnell in March, and the judges have now completed their selection process by picking ten winning projects from countries including Bolivia, Greece, India, Italy, Kenya, Poland and the United Kingdom.

Posted on July 31, 2017 - (829 views)
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