Cisco Innovation Challenge
Global Problem Solver
a) It will be announce during the briefing session on 23rd of October 2019.
b) Deadline: November 15th, 2019 。
1.The innovative solution idea must be expressed in writing (2 pages) accompany with a YouTube video (3 minutes) Concept Notes
2.The written proposal can be referred to the relevant guidelines provided by the conference, and the relevant guidelines will be announced later through the conference website.
3. Every member of the participating team must take the Introduction to IoT (Chapter 1).
4. It must be submitted on or before 6th Jan 2019 at 5:00 PM
5.Upon the submission of the proposal, the teams will be issue a Certificate of Participation.
6.The list of teams going thru to Phase 2 will be announced by 29th Jan 2020 on our website.
3. Phase 2
a)The Maximum number of teams entering the second phase is up to 50, and it’s limited to maximum 2 team per school.
b)Short-listed students must complete a 2-hr CISCO course (Chapter 1, 2 & 3) it’s relevant online assessments and obtain at 70% marks to qualify into the next round.
c) The teams are encouraged to take the 3-hr Packet Tracer course to help with their design.
d)The team can use a variety of hardware / Cisco NetAcad Packet Tracer software to create the IoT devices for implementing the proposed solution.
e)The participating teams must provide the purchased hardware costs and the total cost expenditure of each participating team cannot exceed HK $ 3,000.
f)Cisco and other companies will provide mentorship program to assist each team. Not only do they provide valuable technical advice to students, they also help students understand STEM's connections with different career options.
h) The participating teams will be required to display their solution at the competition exhibition venue held on May 9, 2019 (Sat) 08:30 - 14:00.
The teams entering the second phase will be invited to demonstrate their solutions at the final competition venue.
a)The judges (about 3 people) will visit different teams during the competition date to find out about their solution.
b)Each team has 4 minutes presentation time, follows with 3 minute Q&A session. Each team will be provided with 1-2 classroom student table(s) to exhibit their prototype and other presentation materials.
c)The judges will select 9 teams to enter into the final competition.
a)The team entering the final competition must present on the stage the design concept, practical solution scenario and other details of their solution on the day of the competition.
b)Presentation is limited in 4 minutes time, follows with a 5 minutes Q&A session.
c)100% marks from judge panel.
d)The winning teams will be selected according to the performance of each team including the winner, 1st runner up, 2nd runner up and other awards.