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IDEATE Stress Prediction competition

Call for Proposal

TIH Foundation for IoT and IoE (TIH-IoT) at IIT Bombay in collaboration with Techfest, IIT Bombay, is announced the next line for 𝗜𝗱𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗲 competition Stress Prediction!

IDEATE Stress Prediction competition is targeted mainly to discover innovative solutions for the problems in IoT and IoE. In this competition, you have to develop IoT devices and interconnections for interpreting stress using sensor data.

AIM of the Ideation Competition

The aim of the competition is to provide a platform that brings innovative, modular, and cost-effective solutions to develop “IoT Technologies for Stress Prediction” for five different use cases. The present competition is focused on the Ideation Stage where the applications will be screened based on the presentation of their submitted Abstract. The next level of competition is a develop stage where the shortlisted applicants will demonstrate the proof of concept/working model they develop after three months for any one or more of the 5 use cases.

Technology Focus
IDEATE Stress Prediction competition is targeted mainly to discover innovative solutions for the problems in IoT and IoE. TIH IoT wishes to invite individuals/groups/Startups/academia/industry-professional with innovative solutions for solving issues and challenges (particularly in the Indian context) to solve the problems in the broad domain of “Stress Prediction”.

Problem Statement
The problem statement is the “Stress Prediction” which is to develop IoT devices and interconnections for interpreting stress using sensor data. The ideation of the problem statement can be applied to any one or more of the 5 use cases which are plant, vehicle driver, infant, machine, and marine life as shown in figure 1 below.

Figure 1: The stress prediction problem

The device should have sensor-bed identification and development, the system should possess the sensor networking solution, the control can be a user/manual control and the stress indicator can be after the appearance of symptoms (direct observation of outputs)

Rewards

  • Top three teams could be awarded INR 50,000, INR 30,000, and INR 20,000 as the winner, 1st runner-up, and 2nd runner-up teams respectively for each use case.
  • Opportunity for the next level of funding for the continuation of the work on the idea which may be upto Rs. 1L support from TIH IoT per team.
  • Final decision on the number of prizes will be based on the recommendations of the committee

Timelines

Ideation Stage
Abstract Submission 9th December 2022
Shortlisting of the Abstracts 12th December 2022
Submission of the presentation 17th December 2022
Presentation based on Abstract 18th December 2022
Winners of the Ideation Competition 18th December 2022
Tentative Develop Stage Evaluations
Demonstration of the working model 3rd week of March 2023
Declaration of the Winners 4th week of March 2023

RESULTS of IDEATE Competition

Use Case Project Title Applicant Name Ranks Affiliation
Infant AI based infant stress monitoring Mr.Ruthra Hari Haran,
Mr.Harish S M,
Ms.Baranikaa Sri R,
Ms.Merunya Sri R
First Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Tamil Nadu
Marine Life Stress prediction TIH-IoT marine life Apoorva Jha First Sagar Public School, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Marine Life IoT based stress identification in marine life Dhikshitha S,
Dharanya V,
Sanjaykumar J,
Abinayavarshini D V
Second Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Tamil Nadu
Plant Stress prediction Manav Yadav,
Sampreet Bharal,
Pratyush Bhatt,
Samar
First Delhi Technological University, Delhi
Vehicle Driver IoT-enabled smart safety helmet for stress prediction Kushagra Gupta First Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Vehicle Driver Stress prediction Raj Pattnaik,
Monalisa Behera,
Pratik Kumar Sahoo,
Sovit Patel
Second National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha
Vehicle Driver Stress prediction and detection – spade through actionable and identifiable causes of stress on road Sreekanth K,
David Tony Veliath,
Saikrishna Devendiran,
Vyshnav Unnikrishnan
Third Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, Kerala