“IoT iOffload Contest” is an international project contest for developers worldwide, powered by WIZnet. This contest gives developers an opportunity to showcase their skills in IoT innovation and competency.
For the first time in the world, “IoT iOffload Contest” is using hardwired TCP/Dual(IPv4/v6) to develop new opportunity. If you want to learn more about IPv6 and hardwaired TCP/Dual, please refer these documents; What is TCP/IPv6, How to use hardwired TCP/Dual.
We can’t wait to see what you make!
1st prize (5)
Prize winner will receive :
Prize winner will receive :$500 cash
This section is for judging other entries.
All participants can vote for multiple entries you think are valuable to our maker community.
(Your vote cannot be canceled once completed.)
The io6Library means “Internet Dual(v4/6) protocol Offload Library” for WIZnet chips.
It includes drivers and application protocols.
Ethernet Library for Arduino
WIZnet Ethernet Library supports W6100 chipset and W6100 (MKR-) Ethernet shield on Arduino.
For the more details, go to the below Wiki link.
W6100 (MKR-)Ethernet shield
To win WoW or WIZ:
The following products are available:
And, any other customized module(device) using W6100 can be used. Additionally, You can purchase WIZ610io module at WIZnet e-shop at 50% off price for a month during the registration period. (within 2019 May)
WoW Prize x 5
WIZ Prize x 20
Welcome to the world’s first design contest with hardwired TCP/Dual (IPv4/6).
All members of maker.wiznet.io can enter this contest to create any kind of IoT project.
5/1 ~ 6/30 Registration
5/1 ~ 8/31 Create and complete project
9/1 ~ 9/29 Voting and Judging
9/30 Winners announced
step03Create Your IoT project
All participates must use WIZnet’s W6100 related products.
Refer to the ‘Hardware’ section for more details.
All members of maker.wiznet.io can vote for multiple projects that they believe are creative and worth winning. Staff members of this community will grade entries and the final grading will be the average of the voting and judging results.
You can receive extra points for your final grading of the design contest project.