TEChack | 2-day hackathon at SyracuseCoE | August 1st & 2nd, 2016
9 Hackers | 4 Hacks | 3 Winning Teams
Mission: Design and develop IoT-enabled capabilities for products in Central New York’s thermal and environmental controls cluster.
Outcome: Students and industry professionals competed in teams to conceive, develop and demonstrate actual working product concepts for IoT-enabled embedded devices utilizing Anaren’s Atmosphere IoT Development Platform, a web-based development platform that enables IoT capabilities in systems using Bluetooth® Low Energy devices.
There were 3 winners.
Special thanks to Anaren for their guidance and leadership throughout the hackathon.
Groups & Participants
|(1st Place Winner) meowth||Ricky Laishram, Yiou Xiao, Qiuwen Chen, Zhiruo Zhao|
|(2nd Place Winner) Problem solving concepts||Mahesh Mhatre, Yuewen Yue|
|(3rd Place Winner) IoT Anemometer||Jeff Berezin, Paul Gelling, and Ed Lipson|
|Food Service Safety||Jeff Berezin, Paul Gelling, and Ed Lipson|
Participants listening to Mihir Dani as he guides them through the TEChack’s process.
During TEChack, teams were guided by Mihir Dani of Anaren, a Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science graduate and a recognized award-winning “hackspert” who has mentored numerous teams who went on to become hackathon winners at IoT World 2015, 2016 and Sensors Expo 2016.
Participant working on his team’s product during the overnight TEChack.
“TEChack exemplifies opportunities for firms in Central New York to incorporate ‘data-to-decision’ technologies into their next-generation products,” said Cindy Oehmigen, president of the CNY Technology Development Organization.
Participant demonstrating the functionality of his group’s project. Participants developed actual working products during the TEChack.
“The Internet of Things continues to create an amazing variety of new and innovative solutions for companies around the world, and we welcome this opportunity to help students and professionals in Central New York explore possibilities and perhaps set the stage for prototyping the next great IoT innovation,” says Mike Bowyer, Anaren’s Director of Business Development, Wireless IoT.
Participant explaining his group’s idea and product.
“TEChack brings together three cornerstones of the Central New York economy: thermal and environmental controls, precision sensing and data analytics, and engineering and science research and education,” said Ed Bogucz, SyracuseCoE executive director. “We celebrate the strengths and creativity in each sector, and we look forward to the ideas that will be emerge when they come together.”