Good luck to all our participants – registration has now closed!

The IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup is in its third round. First launched in 2012, it has already proven to be the leading IoT / M2M award worldwide. Hundreds of contestants from 70 countries demonstrate the huge innovation potential in the world of machine-to-machine communication and the Internet of Things.

The leading global innovation competition is welcoming revolutionary IoT / M2M solutions in the categories of Industry 4.0, Mobility, Energy, Security, Healthcare, and Connected Home.

Developers, innovative startups and researchers are invited to join the competition, win prizes (in form of cash and supporting activities) and benefit from the unique networking opportunities and business generating potential. Worldwide marketing and press activities optimize the market attention of the submitted solutions. The IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup and its participants are promoted by the Innovation World Cup Series, regional and media partners around the globe.

Participants of the IoT /M2M Innovation World Cup have the chance to order Software Development Kits (SDKs) of our partner Gemalto at a discounted rate (up to 100%) to develop their solutions. Learn more about the SDKs here.

The IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup took off on 20 May 2014 at the annual M2M Forum in Milan. Having attracted the interest of developers worldwide, the IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup closed its database on 15 November 2014 with impressive solutions. We would like to extend our sincerest thanks to all of the participants as well as to our partners for their involvement.

All submitted solutions will be judged and reviewed by an international team of experts against a set of criterion including degree of innovation, business potential and go-to-market approach. The finalists will be awarded at the official award ceremony at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and at the M2M Day in Zurich.

Stay tuned to hear more about the IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup Winners 2014/15.

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