The M2M Challenge 2012 seeks new Machine-to-Machine Innovations
Machine-to-machine (M2M) refers to technologies that allow both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices of the same ability according to definition found in Wikipedia. As the Internet of Things becomes more and more established M2M communications become ubiquitous. The M2M Challenge 2012 is a new innovation competition that is looking for game-changing applications in the leading segments inside the world of M2M:
energy & smart grid
automotive & transport
security & surveillance
healthcare & wellness
A truly unique opportunity for developers, entrepreneurs and companies from all over the world to win prizes worth $25,000. Participants will be able to network with thought leaders, and gain instant mind share in the fascinating and fast growing M2M market.
The registration portal will be open for submissions from July 9 through December 31, 2012. More details on the M2M Challenge site.
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