You’ve likely heard the phrase “Internet of Things” — or IoT — at some point, but you might also be scratching your head figuring out what it is or what it means.
The IoT refers to the connection of devices (other than typical fare such as computers and smartphones) to the Internet. Cars, kitchen appliances, and even heart monitors can all be connected through the IoT. And as the Internet of Things grows in the next few years, more devices will join that list.
The “Internet of things” (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. … Simply put, this is the concept of basically connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other). Connected things carry various risks that companies need to mitigate, apart from the more obvious consequences such as state-sponsored attacks, high profile breaches, and the continued increase of malware numbers which organizations have endured in the past years.
Innovate and Build – Insight is open to students of class VIII. The participant will be
required to compete onsite at the DPSG Vasundhara campus, and must be officially registered for the Web Design Competition.
The purpose of the competition is to create a 4+ page website based on the competition topic, permitted development tool HTML, CSS, target webwebpages should be related to the positive and negative aspects of IoT.
Each school team will participate in a qualifying round – a Technical Pen and Paper MCQ Quiz based on the given software. The top ten scorers (school teams) for the event will be shortlisted for the final round.
Each team will be assigned a computer.
• Each team must do all the work of creating the web pages using HTML.
• Each team may make use of the given content (e.g. images, audio, and video) provided by the host school.
• Your site must function & load quickly in all major browsers.
• The use of animation software is not allowed.
• The website must contain the following components:
• One page must be your home (index) page, which introduces the topic. Introductory article or overview. Menu or index of some type
• Three pages must be dedicated to your own views or ideas that illustrate the theme.
3. Designed website
4. Quality of a two-minute oral presentation on the website when submitting the website to the judges.