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From left to right: Yap Sheng Yao, Lim Wen Qing, Tan Kai Siang, Khor Jun Bin, Au Jin Cheng, from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in Malaysia. They are the Smart Water challenge's Asia-Pacific/Greater China finalists for their entry, IoT Detachable Waterway Monitoring Device with LoRa and Self-Sustainability.
Left: Anand Lalwani, from Stanford University, a finalist for the U.S./Canada region of the Smart Water challenge. He is part of the team that designed Immersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring.
Right: Max Holliday, from Stanford University, a finalist for the U.S./Canada region of the Smart Water challenge. He is part of the team that designedImmersible Internet-of-Things (IoT) Sensors for Cloud-based Water Quality Monitoring.
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