The competition runs from March to June this year with the goal to create devices in the home automation, measurement, the internet of things or system control.
Registration for the contest starts today and finishes on March 31, 2015. Competitors will receive software development tools, a debug unit, hardware containing the M4 chip and peripheral components.
Competitors can choose from platforms provided by Freescale, Infineon, NXP or ST Microelectronics.
Final prototype designs need to be submitted by the 30th of June 2015, with winners announced in October 2015. There will be five prizes ranging from $500 to $5,000.
Reinhard Kell, director of micro controller tools at ARM said: “New technology invention was previously the domain of those with advanced processor knowledge and access to funding. That has changed now.”
Competitors get a complementary licence for the ARM Keil Microcontroller Development Kit, professional edition.
You can register for the competition by clicking here.