The full press release can be read by clicking here.
A big thank you to all who participated in the In the Air IoT Design Challenge, the partners, element14 and the wider public have been deeply impressed by the projects we've seen to help create a greener, cleaner world.
It was not an altogether straightforward matter to pick a winner: however, in the end, we've awarded the prizes to the following individuals and their projects.
The Grand Prize
The Grand Prize has gone to Christever del Rosario of New Zealand for his Carbon Footprint Monitoring System.  His project's final summary can be read by clicking here.
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Christever will receive:
  1. 15 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display
  2. U1273A OLED Multimeter from Keysight
  3. SimpleLink™ Bluetooth Smart®/Multi-Standard SensorTag (Manufacturer Number: CC2650STK)
Community Choice Winner
The Community Choice Winner by a clear plurality of votes was Inderpreet Singh of India for his Firecracker Aftermath Analyzer.  His project's final summary can be read by Clicking here.
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Inderpreet will receive:
  1. 13 inch MacBook Air
  2. SimpleLink™ Bluetooth Smart®/Multi-Standard SensorTag (Manufacturer Number: CC2650STK)
Additionally, we felt that two other projects deserved recognition as Honourable Mentions; both engineers will receive a SimpleLink™ Bluetooth Smart®/Multi-Standard SensorTag as a prize.
Honourable Mention 1
Our first Honourable Mention goes to Ambrogio Galbusera of Italy for his AirMobile project. The project summary can be found by clicking here.
Honourable Mention 2
Our second Honourable Mention goes to Janis Alnis of Latvia for his Air Quality Monitoring In School Classes project.  The project summary can be found by clicking here.
Thank you once again to all the participants for their time, energy and effort: we look forward to more innovative and exciting design challenges in 2015 coming to life.