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You probably know all about the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform already. Maybe you've used one before or perhaps you're just interested in getting your hands on one to see just how innovative you can be. Now's your chance!

Register for the Arduino Workshop and you could soon be exploring the powerful capabilities of Arduino, with a Thales expert on hand to show you the ropes, and the chance to win some great prizes including a fitbit altaHR and the opportunity to visit a Thales Research Centre in one of the participating regions.

This year, 10 countries are taking part in our global competition: the UK, USA, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Canada, Middle East, China (Mainland and Hong Kong), Australia and Singapore, with the global winner being announced in May 2018 - so stay tuned

Click here to find out more about Project Arduino in France.

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Stage 1 - The Workshop

Here our Thales Engineers will show you what you need to know to get started.

You'll then assemble a team (maximum of 4 people) and be given your very own Arduino challenge kit to take home and start your project.

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Stage 2 -
Your Project

Build a Thales-inspired project using an Arduino

Don’t forget to create your promotional video to wow the public and our judges, as this will be important for stage 4.

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Stage 3 -
Preliminary Judging

Showcase your project in front of other teams from your campus

Campus winners will receive online vouchers and be entered into the country competition stage for the chance to win the big prize!

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Stage 4 -
Public voting online

The country winner videos will be posted online

Using your promotional video as an advert for your design, the public will decide who wins. The top 3 projects will then go through to the final stage. Those who vote will also be put into a prize draw to win a smart watch.

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Stage 5 -
Final Judging

A neutral jury panel will decide on the Global Project Arduino winner from the top 3 finalists!

If this sounds like it's for you, get started now.

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Select your country

Events

18Oct

Instituto Superior Técnico

Project Arduino Workshop

Portugal - Entry Closed