Into the finishing straight
We at Thales, love the confoundingly complex. That’s why we set the Project Arduino challenge.
It’s been a fierce global contest between the winning teams from each country - the UK, USA, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Canada, China Mainland & Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. Now, after an international public vote, only three can make it through to the final shortlist.
Each one of our final three addressed a vital issue in one of the Thales business areas – Aerospace, Space, Transportation, Defence and Security. They were innovative in their approaches. They wowed voters with their technical brilliance. And the inventiveness of their solutions stood out.
Now, our neutral jury of selected Thales colleagues will decide which one deserves the title of Global Project Arduino champion. At the same time, Project Arduino sponsors, Girls on the Move, will also award a special prize to a Country finalist team that has at least one female team member.
The winner of Thales Arduino is announced on social media on the 28 May 2018 and will be featured on the website on 29 May 2018.