Christian Acevedo and Victor Tapia, two students from UAH, took home the top prize for their winning entry in last month's first-ever Northrop Grumman Raspberry Pi Competition. Named &quot;Raspberry Pi Sensor Suite,&quot; their system was designed to gather temperature data with respect to geographical location. &quot;Not only was the project well thought out and the technology well developed, but the presentation was excellent,&quot; says Jon Hansen, a campus recruiter at Northrup Grumman and the event's creator. &quot;The judges felt like the content of the presentation, design of the slides, and professional delivery of the materials were professional quality.&quot; The contest, which was conceived to promote creativity and learning in science and technology at the college level, challenged entrants to use a Raspberry Pi device to develop a technology of their choosing. That technology was then judged on several criteria, including originality of concept, reliability, user experience, complexity, and aesthetics.