Mouser launches FPGA design contest
The contest, also supported by manufacturer partners Intel, Analog Devices, and Terasic, centres on the theme of Connecting the Edge for a Sustainable Future and is open to entrants 18 years and older worldwide.
Working in teams of up to three members, contestants will create solutions that reduce the environmental impact and demand placed on the planet’s resources through the intelligent use of FPGAs in edge and cloud computation.
The contest features regional top prizes of $1,500 and a trip to San Jose, California, for a chance to win the $5,000 grand prize.
To create their entries, contestants will use Terasic DE10-Nano FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit with Analog Devices plug-in cards, connecting to the cloud using selected Microsoft Azure Cloud Services.
All submitted projects should be based on, and make complete use of the Terasic kit, with rewards for full use of the contest platforms, including products from Microsoft and Analog Devices.