The ROCK Engineering Challenge invites engineers, developers, educators, inventors and entrepreneurs, to submit an idea based on the OKdo ROCK single-board computers (SBC) and compute modules, including the recently released ROCK 5B platform.
The first 500 qualifying entries to the challenge will be sent a ROCK board of their choice (worth $45 – $159)
The challenge is free to enter and open to everyone until
12th April 2023.
The grand prize winner of the OKdo Single Board Computer Challenge will enter into a partnership valued at $50,000 with OKdo to
bring their idea to market.
The partnership will include a combination of product design, prototyping, business and marketing consultancy, and
The challenge is open to teams across the world eager to create the products and systems of tomorrow. To enter, submit a written idea for a part, product, or system that incorporates a ROCK SBC or compute module.
The best entries should clearly demonstrate how their plans leverage the advanced features of the ROCK platform such as 8K video handling and Arm® DynamIQ™ Quad Cortex® A76 driven AI capability.
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