Entries will be judged by a panel on the creativity and implementation of the design. Prizes on offer include an Intel NUC PC, a Realsense Camera and a 512GB Intel SSD.
Candidates can register for entry at the Arrow European FPGA Developer Contest 2019 web page below. They are then given the option between the following Intel FPGA development boards: MAX1000, CYC1000 or AnalogMAX. Projects can inlcude anything from software, special IPs/interfaces and soft cores, to board modifications, adapter creation, adding a PMOD/Arduino, creating an IoT device, and programming algorithms for AI/CNN.
The deadline for applications is 31 October 2019 and the final submissions date for projects is 15 November 2019. Submission must include a detailed project description, and all relevant supporting information and the project software to be judged by Arrow’s panel. All software and designs remain the exclusive property of the developer.