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.