ACCS administers the design challenge to provide engineering students opportunities for learning beyond curriculum and solve real-life challenges using state-of-the-art technologies.
ADC provides students with an opportunity to:
Proposals for ADC 2020, in the prescribed format are invited in the areas of Healthcare, Energy Management, Smart Transportation Systems, IOT, Agriculture and Wearable technologies. Designs should be centered on any 32bit or 64bit microcontroller boards, developed around industry standard platforms like Mbed, OpenSDA. Participants are encouraged to use free and open source software tools (FOSS).
Proposals must be received on or before 30 May 2020 and will be screened for their uniqueness of concept and innovation. Teams will be invited to present the What, Why and How of their project with the help of a demo, wherever possible and posters during 26th – 28th August 2020 at National Institute of Technology Silchar. Path-breaking innovative projects will advance to the next round to develop a working prototype. Top 10-15 teams will compete in the finals for awards / cash prizes and possible opportunities for internship and placements. Click here for detailed Rules and Regulations of the challenge. Participants must download and return an executed copy of the same with their proposal.
Participants are required to register for ADC by paying a registration fee of Rs. 1000/- per member. Register your team by clicking here. Please submit your proposals online at https://accsindia.org