WiFi Think Fest
The Mojo Networks, a pioneer in cloud-managed Wi-Fi, is geared up to kickstart its first ‘Wifi Think Fest’ for students across India. The contest is an attempt to encourage students to take an out-of-the-box approach towards developing new applications of WiFi technology. The awards ceremony for this contest will be held at the 4th Wi-Fi Knowledge Summit, an initiative which brings together WiFi practitioners and enthusiasts to develop best practices for WiFi planning, deployment and optimisation. The summit will be a two-day grand event from September 14-15, 2017 at IIT-Bombay.
“Our aim is to harness the imagination of young minds for extending the power of WiFi beyond just a means of internet access. We are encouraging all students to come up with innovative ideas to unleash the power of WiFi in making their campus a smart campus, city a smart city. So, let your imagination run wild and think about how you can facilitate the creation of a smart world,” Pravin Bhagwat, co-founder and CTO, Mojo Networks, says.
Who can participate?
Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate/postgraduate course in India are eligible to take part. No technical skills are required. Each entry must include the name of a mentor from the institute/ college/ university of the student. The mentor could be a faculty member or IT department staff member.
Participants can submit their idea in the form of a document, presentation slides or app. Students can register at http://wifiks.org/ wifi_think_fest/.
Deadline: The deadline to submit entries is August 15, 2017. The winners will be announced on August 30, 2017 and felicitated at the 4th Wi-Fi Knowledge Summit.
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