Congratulations to Missouri S&T Students for Winning AT&T’s Smart Cities Case Competition

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The keen understanding of the Internet of Things (IoT) displayed by a team of four Missouri University of Technology and Science students was recognized by AT&T's IoT technology executives who provided the team a remote mentoring last month. The mentoring session supplemented the team's $1,000 first-place win in AT&T's "Smart Cities Case Competition" in November.

The IoT concept involves connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet -- everything from cellphones and appliances to wearable devices and machines. By 2020, the Gartner research group predicts over 26 billion devices will be connected.

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