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    I am happy to announce today's Winners of the Think ON Design Challenge with

     

    After 20+ weeks of designing,Researching, Shipping issues, Global Pandemics, Prototyping, Coding and Testing, 142 Blog Posts, 17 Videos, our Think ON Design Challenge has come to a close.

    Our challengers were tasked to use the RSL10-SENSE-GEVK to create mobile monitoring devices to flex the muscles of the tiny and powerful ON Semiconductor board.

    The judges have rounded up their thoughts on the projects and selected their favorites in 4 Categories.

     

    Overall Best ProjectWearable or HealthcareSafety or Asset MonitoringSmart Home
    Lulzbot Mini 2 Desktop 3D Printer*HTC VIVE Pro Virtual Reality System*

    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB)*

    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB)*

    *Or local equivalent

     

    The Winners

     

     

    Overall Best Project

    Grow Organic with Smart Garden and On Semiconductor

    By mahmood.hassan

    Mahmood created a inexpensive automated home garden that will allow you to grow crops 365 days a year, including hydroponic tuned lighting, moisture sensors and more.

    Mahmood had issues with interfacing the RSL10-SENSE-GEVK with a OLED Display, 16 Bit ADC and I2C Expander so wrote individual blogs detailing their set up and connection the On Semiconductor board.

     

     

    Read More about "Grow Organic"

    Grow Organic With Smart Garden - ON Semiconductor RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

     

    Additional Project Builds with the RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

    OLED 0.96" Display Interfacing with ON Semiconductor RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

    ADS1115 (16-Bit ADC) Interfacing with ON Semiconductor RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

    MCP23017 (16-Bit I2C GPIO Expander) Interfacing with ON Semiconductor RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

     

     

    Winner of Wearable Or Healthcare Category

    NeoSense - Neonatal Baby Breath Rate Monitor

    By vishwasn

    Vishwas focused their project on the deaths of new born children, we created a device to be worn on the chest of the new born children that would monitor the rate of their breathing and report any issues to the cloud. Vishwas 3D printed their own enclosure with room for velcro strapping.  They also did not have access to a new born child so they used a Arduino Uno and a Micro Servo to stress test the device over time, using the movements to simulate the child's chest movements.

     

    The code and video are available on their Git
    https://github.com/vishwasnavada/NeoSense

    Read The Blog Here

     

    Winner of the Smart Home Category

    ON Sweet Home

    Bye luislabmo

    Luis created a group of amazing BLE remote sensor nodes and displayed this using Python a Raspberry Pi Display.

    Luis also created his own 3D printed enclosures and video documented the entire process.

    Read The Blogs Here

     

    Winner of the Safety or Asset Monitoring Category

    Smart 'N' Safe

    by enkrypted

    Kevin Implemented Atmosphere Cloud IoT to monitor the environment around the Device, using the Application logic flow charts, IFTTT, MQTT and Adafruit.io.

    This managed an alarm, Lights, Fan, AC, Motion and the Notification LEDS. This was a very convincing proof of concept, the platform works flawlessly and just needs to be physically attached to the AC system to complete the whole project. Kevin also attached a detailed video demonstrations. This project really shows the power of cross platfrom IoT and Drag and Drop logic flow. Kevin created a 3D model case and a web interface for the devices.

    Kevin also gave us his thoughts with an initial unboxing video which we loved.

     

     

     

     

    Read Kevin's Roundup Here

     

     

    Honorable Mentions

    These challengers really produced some amazing projects and I will be sending them a SWAG bag to thank them for their amazing projects.

     

    Smart Module for Healthcare

    by crisdeodates

    Cris created a Position and Temperature Tracking project with custom interfaces. Cris even upcycled a existing fit bit style wristband.

    Where Cris really shined was he detailed blogs step by step setup blog posts detailing the software involved in his projects.

    Read the Roundup and Setup Instructions Here

     

     

    Athlete Telemetry

    By stevesmythe

    Steve create a wrist mounted strap and used his RSL10-SENSE-DB-GEVK to track environmental data along side his Garmin device to track his sporting performance.

    Steve used Golden Cheeta app to pull the data from the Atmosphere cloud and looked into using the Strava Web App API.

    Read The Blogs Here

     

    Honorable Mention to rsc

    Scott worked hard on a Smart Pet Collar to ultimately have his older dog, Penny pass away.

    The Project was intended to be used by her.  We are sorry for your loss, Scott.