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Interesting and important news from Serbia. Vip mobile has organized “IoT Challange” that’s open for applications¬†untill 30th of September 2018.

They are looking for a unique IoT solution based on NB-IoT in the fields of transportation, agriculture, wearables and environmental protection. Selection criteria will be based on a clear definition of solution for the problem, innovation as well as potential and experience of the competing team.

Selected teams will go trough three-month training, receive all the equipment needed for development, get mentoring support and they will have access to open labs for development and testing. At the end of the challenge, top three team will receive money prize and the best team will get a chance to visit Nokia Bell Labs in Finland.

Let’s hope that we’ll see some interesting IoT solutions in the end and that this will be a push for some new IoT challenges in the region.

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