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Keysight IoT Innovation Challenge Finalists

  
  

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TFrom left to right:Yap Sheng Yao, Lim Wen Qing, Tan Kai Siang, Khor Jun Bin, Au Jin Cheng, from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in Malaysia. They are the Smart Water challenge's Asia-Pacific/Greater China finalists for their entry, IoT Detachable Waterway Monitoring Device with LoRa and Self-Sustainability.

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From left to right:Yap Sheng Yao, Lim Wen Qing, Tan Kai Siang, Khor Jun Bin, Au Jin Cheng, from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in Malaysia. They are the Smart Water challenge's Asia-Pacific/Greater China finalists for their entry, IoT Detachable Waterway Monitoring Device with LoRa and Self-Sustainability.

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Darryn Wells, Madhav Kruthiventy, Baden Parr, Tyrel Glass, of Massey University in New Zealand are the Smart Land challenge's Asia-Pacific/Greater China finalists for their entry, CAIRNet (Climate Air Information Real-time Network).

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Darryn Wells, Madhav Kruthiventy, Baden Parr, Tyrel Glass, of Massey University in New Zealand are the Smart Land challenge's Asia-Pacific/Greater China finalists for their entry, CAIRNet (Climate Air Information Real-time Network).

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Raphael Jaures, a student at Université de Technologie de Compiègne (Sorbonne Universitiés) in France, is the Smart Water finalist from the EMEAI region for his entry, Watsyn: Better Monitoring of Our Waterways to Ensure a Better Future.

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Raphael Jaures, a student at Université de Technologie de Compiègne (Sorbonne Universitiés) in France, is the Smart Water finalist from the EMEAI region for his entry, Watsyn: Better Monitoring of Our Waterways to Ensure a Better Future.

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From left to right: Kishore Charan, Gaurav Barua and Harsh Prasad, from Institute of Engineering & Management in India, are the EMEAI finalists for the Smart Land track for their entry, Malaria Detection Using Foldscope

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From left to right: Kishore Charan, Gaurav Barua and Harsh Prasad, from Institute of Engineering & Management in India, are the EMEAI finalists for the Smart Land track for their entry, Malaria Detection Using Foldscope

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Pictured from left to right: Nikhil Murthy, Gabriella Garcia and Sunny Tran, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are the U.S./Canada finalists for the Smart Land challenge. Irin Ghosh, not pictured, is also on the team. Their concept is berrySmart.

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Pictured from left to right: Nikhil Murthy, Gabriella Garcia and Sunny Tran, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are the U.S./Canada finalists for the Smart Land challenge. Irin Ghosh, not pictured, is also on the team. Their concept is berrySmart.

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Left: Anand Lalwani, from Stanford University, a finalist for the U.S./Canada region of the Smart Water challenge. He is part of the team that designed Immersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring.

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Left: Anand Lalwani, from Stanford University, a finalist for the U.S./Canada region of the Smart Water challenge. He is part of the team that designed Immersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring.
Right: Max Holliday, from Stanford University, a finalist for the U.S./Canada region of the Smart Water challenge. He is part of the team that designed Immersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring.

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