First, we would love to send a big THANK YOU to all 138 participants for participating in the Seeed for Earth 2018 Contest and making it a huge success. We received 60 very qualified entries over the course of the one-month event, all of which were inspiring and amazing!
Due to the quantity and quality of the entries, we had to extend the judging period as the judges (a big thanks to each of you!) needed more time to review the projects. After some incredibly difficult decision-making, we finally have the results for our top 15 projects based on the accumulated scores.
CONGRATS to each of these 15 submissions! (Please email your contact info — name and address — to email@example.com so we could ship out the prizes.
Distributed Air Quality Monitoring (Using Taxis!)by James Puderer
Monitor air quality on a street-by-street level using Android Things, Google Cloud IoT, and taxis!🏆 2nd to 5th Place: An Amazon Alexa Echo for Each Project
Dual Axial Flux Generator & Wind Turbine by Vijay Raghav Varada and Hanoz Patel
A highly efficient and compact generator that can be coupled with wind turbines or water wheels to produce upwards of 50V.
Smart and Safe Outdoor Plant Watering Systemby Chip McClelland
Monitors soil moisture and weather forecasts to give plants just the water they need. Safe garden hose hookup for season long watering.
Energy Planner by Bastiaan Slee
Solar panels produce when there is sun, and during daytime I can earn money with my generated energy. When should I use the washing machine?
Solar Powered IoT Rain Barrelby Kent Rueckert
Gutters to Gardens is a solar powered rain barrel for remotely or automatically activating a water distribution system for home garden beds.🏅10 Projects of Merit: A Seeed Environmental Kit for Each Project
Smart Farms: Generating Techno-environmental Awareness by Gabriel Alejandro Giraldo Santiago
Our objective is to design, build and implement in-the-field technology in an ecological way that generates environmental awareness.
Solar Powered Environmental Monitoring Kit by Md. Khairul Alam
A solar powered, open source kit for monitoring air quality, sound level, humidity, and temperature.
A UV Measurer for Umbrellaby Team NTPC Young Maker Studio: tyctc128, Arvin, Angela, Maggie, Frank, Joy
They claim umbrellas own the ability to prevent from UV. We would like to know the fact and measure the UV value under umbrellas.
Smart WildFire Extinguisherby Ajdin Nakičević
Fire-monitoring and crowdsourcing tool that will allow local fire managers to respond to wildfires.
cSense: Campus Environmental Surveillance System by Jiong Shi
Monitor your campus with SeeeduinoCloud and Microsoft Azure services.
Project KOOL: Temperature and Humidity Remote Monitoring by Vincent Wong
This KOOL project is a proof-of-concept implementation of temperature and humidity remote monitoring for a cold water delivery company.
Eco-Thing #1 “Eco-Smart-Container V1.0”by Alexis Santiago Allende
An IoT device that could help keep the Sandy River Delta clean, as garbage is a very common problem.
Solar Panel Dual Management System (SP DMS)by Brijesh Singh
This IoT prototype performs two functions: 1) Theft prevention and 2) Maintenance indication of solar panel using LinkIt ONE and sensors
Eco — A Smart Garbage Containerby Amol Disale
An Internet of Things-based smart garbage collection system!
A PM2.5 and PM 10 Detector design for Windows 10 Universal Platform, including Windows 10 for PC/Mobile and Windows 10 IoT Core.
Last but not least, we also want to express our sincere gratitude for all of our judges for their time, involvement, and support.
Adam Benzion, Co-Founder & CEO of Hackster.ioBarbara Martinez, Open Innovation Director for Conservation X LabsCesar Jung-Harada, Director of MakerBay, CEO of Scoutbots Shuyang Zhou, Director of Strategic Partnership at SeeedTomas Diez, Director of the FAB City, Research Laboratory at IAAC, Co-founder of Smart Citizen
Thank you all again for taking part in our first-ever Seeed for Earth Contest, and for your continuing support for Seeed. We’ll be hosting more challenges in the future with hackster.io and other partners, so please stay tuned!