How the Keysight Innovation Challenge Was a Pivotal Moment for This MIT Engineering Graduate
In 2019, Gabriella Garcia, who at the time was an engineering student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a collegiate member of the Society of Women Engineers, took the stage alongside three teammates at the Keysight Innovation Challenge, a global engineering competition hosted by Keysight Technologies awarding top student teams up to $50,000, in New York City.
The world needs more great ideas. It needs innovators with new perspectives, who can dare to imagine how we can use smart sensors and artificial Intelligence (AI) decision making to help business, communities, and countries achieve carbon neutrality and stop global warming. It needs teams with rich and diverse voices to help push technology to new heights and bring positive change in the world.
We are looking for the next generation of technical innovators who think big about small things. If you are that innovator, then form your university team, come up with a big idea and enter this competition. Compete and win up to $30,000 in prizes for your team and your school. Your challenge: to design and secure an IoT device or network of devices to monitor carbon emissions in corporate and community environments.