“I’ve tried out other radio systems and it wasn’t ok until I stumbled into IQRF. I spoke to Simon and I came to understand that the IQRF is the technology I needed,” said Karls Aiwerioba, the founder of an IoT start-up company Stellarman.
O2 joined the IQRF Alliance to be close to the IoT and M2M solution providers.
Significant market players start joining the IQRF Alliance. After worldwide corporation Microchip Technology, the key player on the Czech telecommunication market O2 joined the IQRF Alliance.
Over 60 participants from nearly 40 companies and 12 countries arrived to Brno, CZ to make key announcements, demonstrate their products and solutions, find new customers or suppliers and start up new projects.
Inteliments as an incubated start-up in the Technological Centre of Hradec Králové was provided with a one year free of charge membership in the IQRF Alliance.
Intelligent intersections that aligns the green wave for rescuers, public car park, which itself will guide drivers to vacant parking lots or street lights automatically saving power during periods of low traffic. This seemingly sci-fi scenario does not belong to American movies, but to the real smart cities. The IQRF Alliance brought nearly 40 technological companies, universities and development centers together to address the future of smart cities and smart buildings at a meeting in Brno. Among the first smart cities a Czech city of Písek seems to be the number one.