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.
We are pleased to announce that Faculty of Information Technology of Czech Technical University in Prague and Norwegian University of Science and Technology joined the IQRF Alliance. Both universities joined the IQRF Smart School program where they can cooperate with other schools from all over the world.
The IQRF Alliance is growing! New member is the Czech company Netio which decided to join the international community of developers, manufacturers, system integrators, sales professionals, research and innovation centers, technical high schools and universities which, together, create the IQRF Alliance.
Researchers’ Night is an annual event in Hungary when universities and research centers are open to the public providing stimulating and interesting activities that offer a lot of fun until the late hours of the night.
We have a pleasure to announce that AAEON joined the IQRF Alliance. AAEON is one of the leading designers and manufacturers of advanced industrial and embedded computing platforms. Being established in 1992, the company has many experience in IT business.
We are pleased to announce the entry of another member, it is Selective Fidelity Simulation the world leader in designing, developing and commercialising part-task simulation training devices and packages for specific civilian and military applications. SFS has experience in robotics, mechanical engineering, plastics technology and programming.
MICRORISC, founder of the IQRF Alliance and general sponsor of the IQRF Smart School program, organized a contest called The Best Student 2016 where the most active students and the most interesting projects were awarded.
We saw many interesting presentations at the IQRF Conference 2016 in Prague. They showed the real IoT applications, products and approaches. Future visions with IQRF.zones and also many examples of contemporary solutions - for example parking, indoor and street lighting, smart homes, a variety of sensors, monitoring of railway embankments, cloud services, precise measurments and many other...
More than 130 representatives of companies from around the world met at the IQRF Conference in Prague to introduce their IoT solutions.
IQRF Wireless Challenge II Finals: The best wireless applications designed Mark Wendler, Béla Bartos, Jiří Hodan, Csaba Nagy, Roman Ondráček, Daniel Veltruský and Tomáš Rottenberg
IQRF Wireless Challenge II, the contest for the best wireless applications, revealed its winners. There were 47 contestants from 14 countries registered in the contest. The final round was an interactive exhibition of the top ten projects. It took place at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Czech Technical University in Prague on May 27, 2016. The best applications were designed by participants from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.
The second day of the IQRF Conference is more technical than the first day. Vladimír Šulc, CEO of Microrisc, introduced new security layers in the IQRF transceivers. This means that your data in IQRF mesh network are secured against attackers from outside the network or even from inside.
IQRF Conference 2016 began! Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, kicked off the conference with his presentation about growth of the IQRF Alliance and possible use of the IQRF technology in the smart households.