To officially register for the event:
- Join the competition’s Canvas page here
- Submit your Intent to Compete under the “assignments” tab – https://gatech.instructure.com/enroll/NRMDLK
Industry Talks (Optional)
Georgia Tech students and faculty are invited to join leaders and recruiters from BMW and Texas Instruments for a panel discussion focusing on IoT and digital manufacturing on Wednesday, October 2nd between 12:30 pm and 2 pm in GTMI/MaRC Building Auditorium. Attendance to this event is not required for the competition but strongly encouraged. Please RSVP here.
There will be multiple opportunities for workshops from some of our sponsors, with the chance to meet some of their representatives and take home some tools or swag. Specific information will be listed below and updated as more opportunities arise.
There will be two Texas Instruments workshops covering the BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle and the TI SimpleLink MSP432 LaunchPad. One workshop will be geared more towards beginners and the other will be a more advanced overview. The workshop is oriented towards the competition but is open to all interested students.
The first 25 students for each workshop who have both submitted their Phase 1 – Intent to Compete submission and RSVP’d for either workshop will be allowed to keep a kit of the PocketBeagle and TI Launchpad for use in both the competition and any personal projects. Students may attend both workshops but can only take home 1 kit. It is recommended that you bring your laptop, and food will be provided.
TI Workshop 1: Beginner – September 3rd – Workshop materials can be found on the Canvas Page
TI Workshop 2: Advanced – September 11th – Workshop materials can be found on the Canvas Page
Open to all interested students, Milwaukee Tools will be hosting a workshop this Wednesday, September 4th at 6:00 pm where a representative from Milwaukee will present and go over tool safety and how to use a few different hand and power tools, including a digital torque wrench.
The first few students who both RSVP for the workshop and submit their Phase 1 – Intent to Compete form for Phase 1 will be able to take home a hand tool set or some utility tools.
Milwaukee Tools Workshop – September 4th
More information to follow