IoT Technology Research Award Pilot
Thanks for your interest in experimenting with Google's Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies. Please indicate what IoT related question(s), opportunity and goal(s) you would like to pursue, and what Google and other technologies you are planning to deploy for your R&D experiment.

To read the full call for this pilot please visit the Google Research blog post at:http://googleresearch.blogspot.com/2016/02/announcing-google-internet-of-things.html

Project Description
Research/Experiment Overview *
Include research question(s), what insights/outcomes you expect, as well as how much time you expect the experiment/project to take. Please keep your answer to 500 words (1 page, 3000 characters).
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What Google technologies do you plan to use? *
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Technical Detail *
How are you planning to use the Google technologies and (if applicable) how many of each will you need? Also list what technologies from other providers that you plan to use. Please keep your answer to 500 words (1 page, 3000 characters).
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Timeline
When do you plan to do start?
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When do you plan to finish?
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Researcher Information
Please indicate your university, the principal investigator, and all other researchers involved in the project.
University *
Include university name and URL of team/lab if available.
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Principle Investigator *
Include name and URL of profile/CV if available.
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Other Researchers
Include name and URLs of profiles/CVs if available.
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Primary Contact (E-mail) *
All correspondence regarding the application will be sent to this e-mail address.
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Google Contact (E-mail)
If you know one or more people working at Google who can help evaluate your proposal and might be interested to collaborate with you, please provide his/her e-mail address. This is optional - a contact is not required in order to be selected for the program.
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Additional Information
You are welcome to share additional background information; especially links to prior research or projects that are related to this effort.
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