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Enter the InnovateFPGA Contest to Create Needed Solutions for Real-World, Funded Projects

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The Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP), implemented by the United Nations Development Programme, is collaborating with the InnovateFPGA contest. Showcase your  skills with Intel Edge-Centric FPGAs and help develop technical solutions that reduce environmental impact.

The SGP team is leading 7 funded projects requiring solutions in biodiversity, sustainable agriculture, and marine conservation. The Intel® Cyclone® V SoC FPGA in the Cloud Connectivity Kit together with Analog Devices plug-in boards and Microsoft Azure IoT are the perfect platform for you to apply your know-how to solve important real-world problems. If you are successful, your project could be deployed by the local conservation organization, and you could win cash prizes and recognition!

Learn more about SGP Projects and enter the InnovateFPGA contest here. Technical proposals are due by October 31, 2021.

For full contest rules, click here.

Get details on the FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit as well as Analog Devices Plug-in boards and Microsoft Azure IoT by clicking here.



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