Arduino team at Exeter in international tech final

February 10, 2015 by
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A TEAM of Exeter University students have reached the final four of an international competition to showcase technological innovation.

The Computer Science undergraduates devised a ground-breaking home security system which allows doors to be locked and unlocked via a normal mobile phone. The four-strong team of Matthew Gilbert, Joshua Holmes, George Young and Ashleigh Udoh were one of around 20 university teams from across the UK and the US to enter the Project Arduino competition organised by Thales, a leading engineering and technology company.

Team Lockduino are now facing the University of Reading in the UK, and Caltech and the University of California, Irvine, both in the US, in the final showdown. They face a public online vote at to decide who will be the overall winner. Voting closes on Monday, February 23 at 5pm UK

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