TIMELINE

September 16, 2021

Phase 1 Launched, Call for Submissions

All teams are invited to submit their concept paper to enter the mFIT Challenge.

September 22, 2021

Phase 1 Kickoff Webinar

The goal of the mFIT Challenge Phase 1 Kickoff Webinar will be to present an overview of the challenge, the timeline, awards, and to discuss any questions. The webinar will be recorded and anyone who is unable to join will be able to listen at their convenience on the FAQ portion of the website.

October 18, 2021

Phase 1 Submissions Due

Submit your concept paper on the challenge website by 5:00 PM (EDT) to compete for Phase 1 awards and advancement to Phase 2.

November 10, 2021

Phase 1 Winners Announced; Phase 2 Begins

Up to 15 teams will be awarded an invitation to Phase 2 to develop a prototype and/or application, deliver any hardware devices/add-ons and/or software to PSCR, and provide a recorded demonstration of their proposed solution.

November 17, 2021

Phase 2 Kickoff Webinar

March 14, 2022

Phase 2 Letters of Intent Due

Walk-on contestants and Phase 1 Winners send their letters of intent to enter Phase 2 of the challenge. Follow the “How to Enter” section of the Official Rules.

April 4, 2022

Phase 2 Submissions Due

Contestants ship prototypes for receipt at NIST PSCR by this date; Contestants upload digital materials to the designated cloud storage environment by this date at 11:59 PM (EDT); Contestants upload the URL of the repository containing their open-sourced code and/or device specifications and license by this date at 11:59 PM (EDT) (to be considered for an Open Source Award).

May 4, 2022

Phase 2 Winners Announced

The Phase 2 Winners will be selected and announced.

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