The Wireless Congress 2017 was aimed at complete systems and applications in the area of wireless technology and was organized by the same team which organizes famous trade fair electronica. Therefore, professionals from various industry areas came there.
Visitors from around the world shown their interest in the IQRF wireless technology and many of them visited IQRF Alliance's booth. On booth, they had an opportunity to work with many members' devices and walk through some software examples and cloud solutions.
Part of the congress was IQRF Alliance's presentation. Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, explained how to build your own IoT pilot project in a couple of days. See the presentation paper below.
Moreover, there is a new tutorial video you can watch on the IQRF Youtube channel.
IQRF IDE Command should serve to simplify manufacture and to eliminate problems caused by errors in programming.
The article is on IQRF technical blog - DoItWireless.com
IQRF Alliance is going to attend the Wireless Congress 2017 aimed at systems and applications. Many professionals from the field of Internet of Things and various industrial areas will be there waiting for you to discuss your projects and solutions.
The Wireless Congress 2017 is organized in cooperation with organizers of electronica trade fair so there is a lot of expectations.
Also, don't forget that the IQRF Alliance members will benefit from 10% discount on the conference fees.
The history of the school builds on the more than 100-year tradition of education institutes in Hronov. The new school building offers students a place of inspiration, and the professional attitude of teachers raises students' innovative thinking.
The goal of the high school is to provide its students with a high-quality education, which will make them ready for the real life. That's why students need to know it works in practice. The IQRF wireless technology, which has great ambitions in the field of IoT, fits in with this approach. Students learn information they will be able to use for their dream job in the future.
The IQRF Smart School program gives schools access to teaching materials and enables them to certify students with IQRF knowledge to help them find work in the labour market. Students will meet real professionals from various industrial areas and arrange future cooperation thanks to events organized by the IQRF Alliance.
EOT stands for Electronics of Tomorrow. And indeed, visitors had the opportunity to see technologies that have the potential to change the future. The EOT aims to experts from an industry, where it is all about innovation, and seeks to deliver the most engaging and attractive place full of innovation and inspiration to visitors. Visitors could meet engineers, technicians, development specialists, machine manufacturers and buyers seeking inspiration for new solutions and development potentials within their respective industries.
The IQRF Alliance have also appeared among all the experts in the field of Internet of Things, promoting its members and the IQRF wireless technology. Despite the name of the show, IQRF Alliance members are trying to bring IQRF's functions of tomorrow today.
Sebastian Hopp, EMEA Sales manager in IQRF Tech, had a presentation on „Mesh Networking with IQRF. Overcoming Challenges with mesh networks" on 2nd November. The topic was interesting for a wide range of audience and many came to the IQRF Alliance booth to learn more about the IQRF wireless technology.
Feedback from you, visitors of such exhibitions, motivates us to prepare for you other similar events and to participate in exhibitions where you can try products of the IQRF Alliance members and learn how to build your own mesh network using the IQRF technology.
The University has nine faculties consisting of more than sixty departments. More than 12,000 students studying at the University can choose from a wide range of study programs. In addition to its educational activities, the University is also an important centre of Research and Development, with massive investment in University development and construction activities on the University campus.
It is great opportunity for other members of the IQRF Alliance to get in touch with University of West Bohemia and cooperate on future projects using huge experience in development area.
Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, will attend the OpenAlt conference in Brno. The event will be held in Faculty of Information Technology of Brno University of Technology (VUT Brno) this weekend - 4th to 5th November 2017.
Visitors can listen to Simon's presentation on "How to build your IoT solution in few days". The presentation starts at 10:00.
Come and discuss your ideas with Simon and learn more about the IQRF wireless technology.
The IQRF Alliance is constantly organizing events to enable members to get familiar with others, to showcase their own products and solutions, and to jointly discuss possible cooperation. This IQRF Alliance concept was improved during the last meeting for CZ/SK members and IQRF enthusiasts in Brno, last week.
Usually, a formal meeting is held, full of presentations of projects, products and information about companies. However, participants do not have enough time to network with others, and thus the most popular part of the meeting takes place during dinner. Therefore, the IQRF Alliance has decided to have an informal meeting in a smaller format that has moved straight into the restaurant for good food and drink, where everyone has enough time to discuss common interests, collaborative opportunities, and learn the latest news in the IQRF wireless technology.
Speaking at the beginning of the event, Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, introduced the IQRF Alliance to those who visited IQRF event for the first time, and presented the upcoming steps for the IQRF Alliance. Vladimír Šulc, CEO of IQRF Tech, summed up the IQRF wireless technology and introduced visions for the future. Rostislav Špinar, Technical Expert, presented the progress made in developing the IQRF Daemon for easy gateway control. Eventually, Hynek Syrovátka, CTO of the IQRF Alliance, introduced the certification process that allows members to certify their own products as IQRF Interoperable, indicating to potential customers that implementation and linking with existing IQRF devices takes place without complications in a few steps. In conclusion, Mr. Syrovátka showed the upcoming IQRF Repository to serve as the "drivers database" of all devices provided in the IQRF Ecosystem. This means that when IQRF mesh is built, each product will find its own latest drivers, and the whole solution will easy to set up - plug-n-play. Everyone was able to present their own company and products, and individual conversations between individual meeting participants followed.
The next day the IQRF Alliance organized a seminar for students of technical disciplines, which took place in the modern building of Brno Technical University. During the seminar on "How to build your own IoT Solution" there was a theoretical section full of interesting IQRF information followed by a practical part, where each student experimented with the IoT Starter Kit. The IoT Starter Kit development set includes a powerful UP Board from AAEON Europe, a member of the IQRF Alliance, and IQRF transceivers for building a wireless mesh network.
The seminar has earned a real success among students and has awakened the passion for IQRF in many.
IQRF Alliance would like to provide this flexible concept of events also in other cities and countries to all members of the IQRF Alliance and IQRF friends. The IQRF Alliance is already working on other similar events. If you would like to suggest a venue in your neighbourhood, feel free to get in touch with Ivona Spurná, Event Coordinator, or Jan Pešl, Online Marketing Specialist, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The seminar will be divided into two parts. In the first part, IQRF experts will teach you basics about the IQRF technology. You will learn about IQRF features, practical use and IQRF Alliance members' products. This knowledge will be used in the second part of seminar, where you can try to build your own IQRF mesh network.
Futhermore, you will learn how to configure your UP board development kit, how to connect it to a cloud and how to create your own dashboard in Node-RED. You can also download a flyer.
|Where:||Faculty of Microsystems Electronics and Photonics, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology|
|When:||29th November 2017|
|9:30 - 12:30||Presentations|
|14:00 - 18:00||Practical workshops|
You need to register for the seminar until 25th November 2017.
Institute of Telecommunications is composed of four divisions which are involved in education and research in various fields in telecommunications. The mission of IT is to provide education and carry out research in telecommunications. The IT academic staff members conduct R&D projects and give courses in the following areas such as wired and wireless telecommunications, fiber-optic and radio communication systems, microprocessors, electronic circuits used in telecommunication and others.
Institute of Telecommunications is famous for its projects and applications. Being active in organizing projects, applications and research, IT won many prestigious awards.
We are pleased to have a such successful member aboard. Not only schools and students can benefit from cooperation with Institute of Telecommunications thanks to the IQRF Alliance.