Marco Barbato, Director of PSM & Technical Department in AAEON, and Šimon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance, will host the webinar on Friday, September 1st, 2017 at 14:00 (Amsterdam, GMT + 01:00).
In this webinar, the hosts will provide an update about AAEON & IQRF solutions which can help customers to achieve the results in different vertical markets.
|Presenter:||Marco Barbato, Director of PSM & Technical Department|
|Šimon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance|
|Date and Time:||Friday, September 1st, 2017 at 14:00 (Amsterdam, GMT +01:00)|
|Program:||AAEON + IQRF solutions for IoT|
IoT Fest is a cycle of events that take place in selected cities in Central and Eastern Europe. They are organized by the creators of IoT initiative, supported by the hub:raum powered by T-Mobile.
The purpose of IoT Fest in Warsaw is the integration of the Internet of Things enthusiasts, expert, startups, research groups and companies operating in this area.
If you are looking for new business contacts or you are a technology student, person belonging to research group, you are interested in hardware or you like to learn more about the Internet of Things, you should visit this event.
The speakers at the event are representatives of companies and startups operating in the area of Internet of Things. The IQRF Alliance will present there what is the IQRF wireless technology and mesh networking.
Part of the fest will be also showroom where companies will present their solution in real life, workshops where you can obtain practical knowledge on construction projects in the area of Internet of Things, and also networking at the end of the event.
When: Saturday, July 1st, 2017 at 10 a.m.
Where: Służewski Dom Kultury – st. Jana Sebastiana Bacha 15, Warsaw
CTI Software offers a professional solution for creating campaigns with highly effective utilization of operators, who can work anywhere. The company develops a software also for control centers like fire fighters or police forces and other emergency and rescue services. CTI Software has a large data repository not only for archiving the call records.
In the field of Internet of Things, the company offers modern solutions in many areas. Do you need to protect harvested timber? CTI Software can provide you with monitoring of forests or other outdoor environments where it helps to secure you property. A small sensor inside a pile of logs immediately detects any manipulation with the timber. Other system can effectively monitor water levels and alert before floods actually come. You can also protect your heavy machines and construction equipment with CTI Software solutions. These solutions are used by security and emergency agencies from various areas.
We are happy that CTI Software decided to join the IQRF Alliance and we hope that it brings new business opportunities for both CTI Software and members of the Alliance.
"Sensors were installed in ten classes to permanently measure indoor air pollution levels through atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), relative humidity and temperature values, and transmit these data 24 hours a day to the O2's internal system," says Petr Hájek, expert from O2. At the same time, two sensors were installed at the school to measure the level of air pollution through dust particles. Also the level of noise outside of some windows was measured.
The university has more than 700 academic staff, 430 administrative staff, 8500 students in Kristiansand and over 3500 students in Grimstad.
The products and solutions were presented here by company representatives of Microsoft, O2, AAEON, MICRORISC, VPGC, Ardomus, NETIO Products, Aledo, Cross Network Intelligence, Protronix, CISCO, Master Internet, CETIN, IQ Home, CITIQ, DATmoLUX, RehiveTech, TECO, Austyn International, Dazzle Light, FOXON, S3 Group, Deprag, CIS, Unipi.technology, Tesla Blatná and others.
The IQRF Summit 2017 was launched by Šimon's Chudoba welcome presentation. Where he summed up latest news, major events during the year and introduced new members of the IQRF Alliance.
Vladimír Šulc, CEO of MICRORISC, gone through the history of the IQRF technology and announced new direction which is the technology and MICRORISC heading towards.
Šimon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance, introduced simple and cost-effective way how to build your own wireless network using the joint product of MICRORISC and AAEON Europe – IoT Starter Kit.
Fabrizio del Maffeo, CEO of AAEON Europe, and Marco Barbato, UP advisor, brought detailed information about an UP board and shown real IoT demo. They also introduced an IP68 industrial gateway using the IQRF technology.
Jan Sekerka, Partner Business Evangelism Lead in Microsoft, spoke about Microsoft IoT vision and plans and how IQRF fit in this vision.
Radek Žert, Sr. Presales Consultant in O2, and Miloslav Žáček, CEO of Protronix, presented their joint project from the area of air quality monitoring – Healthy school.
Dominik Horský, Business Development Manager from CETIN, shown CETIN's vision of positioning of the IQRF technology on current IoT market and their plans to implement the IQRF wireless technology.
Unfortunately, Viktor Baker, CEO of ASID, wasn't able to come because of illness, despite that, we saw a short video about poly-functional building of 70,000 sqm where the IQRF technology should be used.
Chinru Lin, President of Ardomus, and Petr Doutnáč from Zyxel, presented IQRF GWs and routers for consumer market. Part of the presentation was also live demo using a smartphone to build and set up the IQRF network.
Štefan Kormaňák, Sales Representative in Datmolux, had an interesting speech about real lighting installations using the IQRF technology.
Vladimír Rajci, CTO of AUSTYN International, introduced flexible indoor heating solution with wireless IQRF management.
Jan Řehák, CEO of Netio, shared with the audience his vision of the IoT in power sockets. He mentioned that the IQRF wireless technology is very simple to implement and helps to create a low-cost wireless IoT solutions.
Jozsef Kopják, CEO of IQ Home, introduced the IQ Home ecosystem, new hardware and also new software products and how to use and manage GWs, sensors and actuators in one wireless network over MQTT protocol.
ALIS – localization and safety monitoring system was introduced by Michal Růžička, Technical Director in Aledo. Part of the presentation was live demo showing the audience automated safety system in cooperation with phone, e-mail and call notifications.
Jaromír Peterka, CEO of FOXON, presented on the topic "IQRF technology in the world of an industrial automation, focused mainly on projects of Industry 4.0 like condition monitoring and predictive maintenance".
Michal Hubálek, CTO in Deprag, spoke about data monitoring and collection from grinders. It was a perfect example of Industry 4.0 project. Deprag cooperated on that project with another IQRF Alliance members – CIS, the developer of cloud platform for data collection. Their work was presented by CEO of CIS Ladislav Groh.
Deprag - Presentation download
CIS - Presentation download
Gerry O'Carroll, ASIC Sales & Business Development Manager from S3 Group, introduced his company, which is a new member of the IQRF Alliance, revealed plans where to implement the IQRF technology and described S3 Group's special processor unit called ASIC and its real applications.
Smart City Monitoring system was presented by Radovan Polanský, CEO of TCP Písek. Surprise was the revelation of brand new environmental sensor capable to measure light intensity, air quality, dust pollution and much more. The sensor was developed in cooperation with Tesla Blatná.
Another Smart City platform was introduced by Martin Doležel, Commercial Sales Team Leader from CISCO. Brief introduction of well-known company was followed by live demo of smart city platform already installed in Copenhagen.
Zlatko Zlatkov from Dazzle Light presented IQRF street lighting in Bulgaria, the live project build on the IQRF wireless technology by Dazzle Light.
Martin Pípa, CEO of CITIQ, introduced IQRF traffic monitoring and data collection system. Furthermore, new highly damage resistant traffic sensor was revealed.
Jaromír Klaban, Commercial Director in TECO, spoke about a bike locking pilot project based on the IQRF wireless technology.
Tomáš Hora, CTO of UniPi.technology, introduced open API IQRF enabled controllers.
Vladimír Šulc, CEO of MICRORISC, in his technical presentation introduced the future IQRF technical concept.
Hynek Syrovátka, CTO of MICRORISC, spoke about IQRF standardization, how is done, cooperation with members of the IQRF Alliance and listening to their ideas in area of products standardization.
Ivona Spurná, Smart School manager, announced the winners of the IQRF Wireless Challenge III and handed over the prizes together with Petr Doutnáč from Zyxel.
Jan Velička, winner of the IQRF Wireless Challenge, introduced his winning project about CO2 monitoring sensor build by himself.
Tomáš Mejzlík, FabLab Brno, introduced the newly formed project FabLab – digital fabrication facility opened for everyone.
Josef Hájek, co-founder and leading manager in RehiveTech, presented their remote management of IQRF gateways by RehiveTech Management System.
Tomáš Doležal, CEO of CROSS Network Intelligence, spoke about database of nodes in IoT networks.
Petr Štěpánek, Sales Director of Master Internet, revealed a mobile app for the IQRF. User can manage and set up various characteristics of his network remotely using only his smartphone.
Šimon Chudoba brought a brief recap of the IQRF Summit 2017 and friendly invitation to other events organized by the IQRF Alliance.
We are very happy hearing such a positive feedback from all participants and we are looking forward to next year and all other events where we can meet each other and discuss the IQRF wireless technology and members' products and solutions together.
We believe this event will some new business opportunitie not only for Czech companies, but all IQRF Alliance members.
You can still register on http://iqrf.org/summit2017/
The IQRF Summit 2017 is held in Congress Hotel Clarion Prague, from 7th to 8th June, 2017. Part of the Summit will be also Committtees and distributors meetings on June 6th.
Newly formed Czech company JoTio Tech joined the IQRF Alliance after long term cooperation on preparing software base for IoT Starter Kit.
JoTio can support other members with its experience in the field of software development. Representatives of the company will attend the IQRF Summit 2017, where they will show their new project involving the IQRF wireless technology.
Silicon & Software Systems Limited (S3 Group) is a designer and manufacturer of wide range of semiconductors. Main goal of the company is to build systems on silicon to deliver transformational performance and cost advantages to its customers in the communications, consumer, industrial control and energy sectors.
IQRF Alliance is looking forward to bring new projects and solutions together with Silicon & Software Systems Limited (S3 Group) and to offer its member possibility of cooperation with this company to develop innovative solutions.
SEL-Telecom is a networking company from Poland. The company is a professional network integration partner in telecommunications and technology infrastructure. SEL-Telecom offers wide reange of services and solid experience.