Second-place winners were R2R Technologies, Oklahoma State University, graduate division; FieldFocus, University of Oklahoma, undergraduate division; and J-Paxers, Rogers State University, small business division. The graduate and undergraduate winners were awarded $10,000 each, and the small business winner won $8,000.
Third-place winners were Turtle One, University of Tulsa, graduate division; Animal Analytics, University of Oklahoma, undergraduate division; and Revolutionary Transportation, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, small business division. Graduate and undergraduate teams were awarded $5,000 each, and the small business team was given $4,000.
The top two teams in the graduate and undergraduate divisions advance to compete for more than $118,000 against teams from Arkansas and Nevada in the Tri-State Competition May 20-22 in Las Vegas.
Among others recognized were winners of $5,000 Oklahoma Business Roundtable Paulsen Award scholarships: Andrea McKinney, East Central University; Jerry Powers, OSU; and Timothy Whitley, OSU.
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The Governor's Cup competition is open to student teams from any college campus in Oklahoma. The competition is underwritten by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and more than two dozen local sponsors. It is managed by i2E Inc.