Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan Challenge – 2019
It’s very simple. Just fill out the registration form with the required information, READ and ACCEPT the terms of the completion and submit your idea. That’s it and you are good to go.
No. Participation in the challenge is free.
Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan is open to both companies and to individual entrepreneurs who meet the eligibility criteria.
No. A designated representative of the company can register on behalf of the team.
There is no restriction on team size if you meet the eligibility criteria and have a great product proposal or idea.
Only one entry per company will be accepted for consideration. Submitting multiple proposals may lead to disqualification of the entrant.
The registrations for QITC 2019 will close in May 2019. The exact dates and timing will be available after 15 April.
Upon registration of your idea, you will get an email acknowledging the entry. Follow up emails will be sent if any information is missing or if additional information is needed.
After submitting the proposal, you must send any changes to QITC2019@qualcomm.com. Whether your team will be allowed to continue in the competition with the proposed changes will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Yes. The company has full ownership rights to its ideas. All intellectual property arising out of this Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan 2019 is the sole ownership of the company that is submitting the idea and eventually designing towards it. Please see the terms and conditions for more details.
Yes. Qualcomm will answer/clarify questions from participants in a timely manner. Additionally, the shortlisted companies will be provided engineering support to help complete their project.
Yes. The company is ultimately responsible for their product development and is free to manage their resources in any manner they please.
For companies short-listed for QITC, it is recommended to select one of the following platforms to support their development efforts. These platforms are available through Thundercomm.
SD845 AI Kit
The SD845 AI Kit is a powerful platform for developers to showcase their ML/AI algorithms running on the edge device.
TurboX SD845 Kit
This dev kit is ideally suited for developers to create high-performance smartphone software development and applications
TurboX S605 is a vision intelligence platform designed for IoT devices at the edge. This platform includes advanced camera processing software, machine learning and computer vision SDK, and connectivity and security technologies that can assist with product development.
TurboX T96 is a low power multi-mode cellular IoT module based on the Qualcomm® MDM92061 chipset, suitable for deployment in 2G existing networks and NB-IoT / eMTC networks around the world.
SDW2500 SOM is designed for wearable devices, with an integrated sensor hub, low power location tracking, and 4G LTE modem, with support for Android.
1 Qualcomm MDM9206 is a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries
Shortlisted participants will be informed of their selection by Qualcomm and will be published on the website.
Qualcomm will consider every proposal based on its merits and a variety of factors such as innovativeness, utility value, market relevance, design compatibility with our chipsets/solutions, robustness of product design, time-to-market advantage and business potential.
The Jury panel will comprise of members from Qualcomm and the Industry. These are seasoned professionals who come with extensive industry and business experience.
There is no specific template to submit your idea. Your idea may be submitted as a .pdf file or you may could also share a link to a website or video of your proposal or demo.