Wurth Electronics announces design contest winner

The winner of the Wurth Electronics Midcom “Off The Clock Design Challenge” has been announced. Image source: Wurth Electronics Midcom

Wurth Electronics is proud to announce the winner of the “Off The Clock Design Challenge”, the premiere design challenge built for those who like to tinker. Matthew Rossi, from Seattle, Washington, has claimed the 2018 Manufacturer’s Choice Award from Wurth Electronics and has won a Rigol DS1102E oscilloscope, valued at $399. Rossi also won the People’s Choice Award by securing the most votes for his water purifier design, built around the Energy Harvesting Gleanergy Board, and has won a Flir One Thermal Camera, valued at $199.

Other contenders, who met the requirements, receive a BeagleBone Black, valued at $56. Contenders were judged on social media exposure, blog postings, and innovation and creativity.

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