O2 Czech Republic wrote about us: "IQRF zones will cover the Czech Republic for the Internet of Things"
IQRF Conference in Prague was the venue for a major shift in the implementation of smart cities, buildings and IoT. MICRORISC introduced a new project called IQRF.zones which will cover the households, cities and even shopping centers or companies in the Czech Republic and other countries with a wireless signal. There were more than a hundred participants presenting their solutions in the area of wireless communication at the IQRF Conference 2016. In addition, O2, Microsoft, IBM or Intel introduced their own visions of IoT.
An important Norwegian online magazine Elektronikknett.no has written an article about the IQRF Smart School program. A brief introduction into the IQRF technology, the IQRF Alliance and the IQRF Smart School program is followed by a few sentences about simple implementation of the IQRF technology. There is also IQRF Conference 2016 in Prague mentioned in the article.
Representatives of Czech companies involved in Cloud Computing and wireless sensor networking will give a keynote speech at OpenStack Summit in Austin, 25th to 29th April 2016. The hi-tech companies tcp cloud, MICRORISC and Protronix associated in the IQRF Alliance will collect data from CO2 sensors located around the whole venue and provide them for a summit hackathon.
Not only companies and customers but also media were interested in the IQRF technology at the IQRF Alliance stand at the Light+Building 2016 trade fair.
Martin Malý has written an article about the most outstanding technologies in the field of IoT. The IQRF technology is among the best of them. The article is published on the reputable Czech server Lupa.cz. The article is based on the research of the analytical company Gartner which is considering the benefits of IoT solutions in the field of security, analytics, management and maintenance, Low Power Short Range networks…
Media headline: “We are looking for a way to help cities save energy and money, said founder of the IQRF Alliance”
Czech media server of VUT University from Brno released an interview with Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance. The interview is focused on saving energy and money in Smart Cities which are now very popular. Mr. Chudoba explained what the Smart Cities term means and add some facts how the smart technologies can improve life in cities. Furthermore, Mr. Chudoba introduced the mission of the IQRF Alliance and how the Alliance helps its members and also mentioned the benefits of the IQRF technology.
Media headline: "Czech city of Písek will be one of the first smart cities in the Central Europe, says Simon Chudoba"
Czech news website IHNED.cz made an interview with Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance. Mr. Chudoba provided a long term vision of smart cities and highlighted the pilot project in Písek where the IQRF is going to be used as a standard wireless platform.