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Polish companies interested in the IQRF technology

27 October 2016

The IQRF Alliance Meeting in Warsaw is over and we would like to thank all the participants for joining us there. The companies in Poland have great ideas and many opportunities for future projects based on the IQRF technology. We are glad that all the participants showed an interest in the IQRF technology.

Presentations:

IQRF Alliance Microrisc
IBM Intel
AAEON IQRF Alliance - Case Studies
IQ Home IBEMAG
PIAP FIMS

 

At 8:30 AM first participants arrived and soon there was the whole lobby full of representatives mainly from Polish companies or Polish branch of global companies chatting even without knowing each other.

Sebastian Hopp from Microrisc launch the IQRF Alliance Meeting in Warsaw with his cordial opening speech.

 

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Šimon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, came to the stage with the first keynote of the day. Mr. Chudoba introduced the IQRF Alliance its purpose and how the Alliance helps its members. Šimon Chudoba came up with very nice phrase: "IQRF Alliance creates the MESH topology with human beings." He mentioned the growing trend and also introduced companies that joined recently such as AAEON, Zyxel and Netio. Strategies for the future were discussed as well.

 

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Second on stage was Vladimír Šulc, CEO of Microrisc, who talked about brand new IQRF OS 4.0 which is currently being finished and will be released in the beginning of the year 2017. One of the main topics of Mr. Šulc's presentation was security. This is why AES-128 encryption is implemented in the new version of IQRF OS. Also new bonding mechanism, tweaks of system stability, performance and deep sleep optimization (consumption only 35 nA) were announced. Vladimír Šulc ended his presentation with: "Prevention is always better than elimination of the problem."

 

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Przemyslaw Galinski, Sales Leader or Cloud Services for Poland and Baltics of IBM, and Michal Kowalczyk, IBM Cloud Evangelist, summed up what companies expect from IBM Bluemix. They mentioned that innovation is very important in the fast evolution in the area of the Internet of Things. Mr. Galinski nnd Kowalczyk impressed the audience with their live demo of IBM Bluemix that showed how to easily monitor smartphone's gyroscope and accelerometer data in real-time.

 

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Dawid Skading from Intel familiarized the participants with Intel's strategy in the IoT, its Intel IoT Lab for research and with local IoT Solutions. The IQRF technology complements the Intel's idea of the Smart City so there is definitely plenty of space for cooperation between Intel and members of the IQRF Alliance.

 

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Presentation about AAEON had Maciej Talalaj, its strategy based on four main topics – retail and fiscal, smart manufacturing, intelligent transportation, network security. AAEON boasted the cooperation with Intel, IQRF Alliance and Microsoft. The portfolio of intelligent IoT gateways was introduced.

 

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Šimon Chudoba was on the stage for the second time, he led the presentation about examples of members' implementation projects. CITIQ and his street parking system, Damolux's street and industrial lighting, Austyn International and its heating system were promoted there.

 

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József Kopják, CEO of IQ Home, said few words about the company before introducing huge success with using the IQRF technology in locomotive at Researchers' night. IQ Home revealed their interest in bringing ready to use sensors and gateways for other members of the IQRF Alliance. IoT live demo visualizing data from temperature humidity and CO2 sensors arranged in the meeting hall made an impression on the audience.

 

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Przemyslaw Sierodzki from IBEMAG introduced Ingeo system the portfolio of the company which has a real potential for members of the Alliance.

After previous presentation Krzysztof Trzcinka from PIAP told few words about main areas of interest of their company such as automation of industrial processes, mobile robotics, measurement systems and 3D printing. PIAP was looking for low-cost, energy efficient technology and they chose the IQRF.

The last presenting company was FIMS and its CEO, Michal Smolnik, who came up with really unconventional use of the IQRF technology – real-time sport triggering equipment. He praised short development and implementation time if you choose the IQRF.

 

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At the end it was time for a technical training led by Piotr Antończyk from Microrisc and then individual meetings and networking. The very successful day was ended with a networking dinner.

 

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We are happy for that successful meeting and we hope that it will bring any awesome projects.

 

 

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