PragmaDev launches modeling contest for students in the area of IoT

PragmaDev Studio modeling and testing technologies are perfect to describe the expected interactions between generic entities. The rapid development of the internet of things raises new challenges related to deployment, security, and ecology. In that context, the objective of the competition is to specify a network protocol that addresses the aspects meshed networks, security handling, identity management and energy saving.

This competition is reserved to students and aims at developing a meshed network protocol for the internet of things addressing the issues above. The model must be designed with PragmaDev tool set which is downloadable for free. The winner will get an Apple iPad. Because several schools are involved with very different agendas, this competition will last until April 2018 so that any interested student has the opportunity to participate.

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