DesignSpark and Legal & General have collaborated in bringing the LeakKiller Challenge to our community. We are looking for a low-cost, open source smart water leakage detection and shut off solution which can work in the home. This challenge is open to DesignSpark members, register today for free.
Although no entries will be shown until after the competition closes, please visit this area for updates and related content.
Please view the guidance document below for full details of what is required when entering the challenge.
Also please ensure you have read and agreed to the Terms and Conditions prior to posting your entry.
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Drum roll, please… Finally, the big day is here… We are proud to announce the winners of the DesignSpark LeakKiller Challenge, which we ran at the end of last year in partnership with Legal & General.
Our judging panel is now hard at work examining the entries to the DesignSpark/Legal & General LeakKiller design challenge.
Do you need to change that dreadfully old stopcock that lurks under your kitchen sink? What options are out there to retrofit a new device to an ageing galvanised steel or lead mains inlet pipe?
As the LeakKiller challenge enters the second month, we'd love to hear how things are progressing, what issue you are having and whether your lagging and insulating before the big freeze.
Thanks for sending your questions in with regards to the LeakKiller design challenge. Questions and answers will be added here to support all our community engineers that are taking part in the design challenge.
Water, water, everywhere, and no idea where it's all coming from! Just how do you go about detecting water leaks in a domestic setting?
If you are planning to use Pycom SiPy, here are a few helpful links
This is the guidance document for the LeakKiller Challenge, it contains the overview of the challenge requirements, Terms and Conditions and links to support material for help with your design.