University Student Challenge
Show How to Make the Public Safer
CARM Safety Foundation invites university students to demonstrate key aspects of a new physical safety system. CARM stands for computer-aided risk management. Sensors are linked with computing nodes via a network. Early signs of potential threats are detected, and decisions made to take action before tragedy occurs.
Students Get Involved !
There are a variety of opportunities for student teams to show what is possible:
- Connect stand-alone safety devices and threat detectors to a common network so they inter-operate as a cohesive system — A/D interface SBC such as Raspberry Pi, program set-points and with Tiny ML, and Network Integration
- Program compute nodes to analyze data from sensors and predict threats — Data Science, Predictive Analytics
- Create user interfaces to simplify integration and configuration of sensor network — UX design
- Produce videos of novel designs, MVPs, and system operation — Video Journalism
Promote the accomplishments of technical teams to the public — Digital Marketing
The Safety Challenge is all about collaboration. You will work in a real-world situation and you will be able to demonstrate your value to a larger team. Get involved and make an impact!
APPLY NOW <link to application form>
If you would like to volunteer or advise CARM Safety Foundation, please send us an email — add mail-to link