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IQRF Alliance helps start-up companies

07 January 2016

“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.

The IQRF Alliance is here to help members even if they are at the beginning of their own business. Thanks to the partnership inside the Alliance your company can become strong and reach higher market share easily.

 

O2, one of the biggest Czech telecom corporations, joined the IQRF Alliance

16 December 2015

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.

"The project O2 is working on can bring incredible opportunities for all IQRF Alliance member. More details regarding the project will be disclosed in 2016." noticed Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance.

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2nd IQRF Alliance Meeting

16 December 2015

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.

Microchip Technology Inc., the leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, announced their support and promotion focus on the IQRF for the wireless mesh networks in coming years. "Such a backup gives the IQRF Alliance members another huge motivation to work on their IQRF Interoperable products and solutions." said Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance.

Another key announcement was done by Czech Smart City Cluster who stated they are about to sign a memorandum of cooperation with the IQRF Alliance so the IQRF technology would be used as a standard wireless platform for smart cities in Czech Republic and other countries. This provides a big business opportunity for all members to involve their solutions in to smart city projects.

Simon Chudoba presented the vision of the IQRF Alliance to make the IQRF one of the leading ecosystems for IoT and M2M communication and the IQRF Alliance one of the significant player on this field. Afterwards members presented their state-of-art solutions in the area of street lighting, industrial lighting, street parking, building automation, sensor networks and many more. 

"It was a great meeting. It gave me an opportunity to meet many companies, network with other people, see the technology they've developed and get to agreements to work together on joint projects.", said Karls Aiwerioba, founder of the start-up company Stellarman.

Members' presentations here. You can also download all photos in full resolution.

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IQRF Alliance supports technological start-ups

15 December 2015

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.

Inteliments provides complete services and solutions in system integration of IoT for a wide range of industries. These solutions enable companies to gather, store and analyze data from various devices, sensors and tools in real time in order to optimize the production and business processes, cost savings and efficient decision-making.
"Although we are members of the Alliance for a short time, it already turns out that the path of the well specialized company is the right one and it delivers the high quality and tangible outcomes," said Jan Bartos, director of TC HK.

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Press release: IQRF Alliance accelerates creation of smart cities

11 December 2015

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.

 

The project "Smart City Písek" seeks to introduce modern information technologies into the daily regime of the city. Its representatives and the IQRF Alliance have agreed on the use of the technology IQRF as the main communication platform. This gives the city of Písek go ahead to become the first really intelligent city in the Czech Republic.

Using the wireless technology IQRF increases comfort of the city's population via dynamic control of intersections, smart management of public lighting and navigation system on public parking lots. Analysis of all the collected data brings optimization of urban traffic and public transport.

"We have chosen the IQRF technology because it offers highly innovative solutions proven by many real installations. The start of the project Smart City Písek is planned in the spring of 2016. I believe that Písek will become a pioneer in the field of Smart Cities and will serve as an inspiration for other Czech cities," says Radovan Polansky, Executive Director of the Technology Centre of Písek.

The IQRF Alliance was established two years ago and today it associates companies from the US, Great Britain, Scandinavia, Central Europe, Israel and India. "The success of the Alliance is in cooperation of individual members - developers, universities, research centers and companies. Just because they can develop new applications, installations and systems and combine them together. On this basis even a smart city can be created. The City of Písek is just an example of our work. We are preparing joint projects with other Czech and foreign cities," explains Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance.

Representatives of the Smart City Písek and the IQRF Alliance also agreed on organization of the biggest conference in the field of smart cities "CityCON", which will be held in Písek in May 2016.

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Simon Chudoba presented members' solutions on the conferences

07 December 2015

Simon Chudoba, CEO of the IQRF Alliance, presented products and solutions of the IQRF Alliance members on the conference Perspektivy bydlení (future of building automation) in Prague 18.11.2015. Almost forty participants such as planners, integrators, electro installation experts, academics or architects were interested especially in wireless industrial lighting and heating. Therefore the conference was a good opportunity to introduce the mission and the members of the IQRF Alliance.

Simon Chudoba also presented Wireless infrastructure for Smart Cities on the conference called Intelligent transportation and the Smart City. Simon Chudoba introduced the members' solutions and the benefits of the IQRF wireless technology used in smart parking, traffic data collection, traffic monitoring and city management sollutions.

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EPS Global joined IQRF Alliance!

07 December 2015

EPS Global is a Hungarian company developing and operating parking systems since 1995. The ever increasing number of vehicles tends to result in enormous traffic jams, which also pose a significant threat to the environment. That is where the IQRF based products and solution can mean the real improvement. In order to ensure the best possible services for clients EPS Global joined the IQRF Alliance. We are looking forward to future projects based on our cooperation.

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Microchip and Elotec in a marketing cooperation meeting at the IQRF Alliance headquarters

20 November 2015

Steve Caldwell, Vice president of Wireless Products Division of Microchip, visited the IQRF Alliance headquarters in the Czech Republic. Microchip and IQRF Alliance representatives agreed on a close cooperation on marketing activities in order to make the IQRF one of the leading technologies for wireless mesh networks. Based on that Microchip has become a sponsor of the IQRF Wireless Challenge II providing 6 pieces of Chipkit unites to competition winners.
A leading Norwegian manufacturer and supplier of security equipment and systems Elotec; has also visited the IQRF Alliance that time and joined the meeting. CEO and his R&D team were provided with a very detailed training how the IQRF could enhance their solutions.
Through more than 20 years in the market, Elotec has developed, sold and installed fire alarms in more than 100,000 buildings, with 55,000 Aspirating Smoke Detectors and more than a million point detectors. Elotec offers a complete range of security systems for commercial buildings, industry, agriculture, listed buildings, apartment buildings and other residences.
"I had very high expectations from a wireless technology for products and couldn't imagine those could be met. During the workshop I got very excited about the IQRF because it meets all our needs." said Jan Kleven, CEO of Elotec, about IQRF.

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Elotec AS joined the IQRF Alliance

20 November 2015

Elotec AS is a leading Norwegian manufacturer and supplier of security equipment and systems adapted to the needs of the individual customer. Elotec was established in 1992, and is the fastest growing security company in Europe. Elotec has a large network of authorized resellers throughout Scandinavia and Germany.
Elotec team has participated a meeting at the IQRF Alliance headquarters and was provided with a very detailed training how the IQRF could enhance their solutions. Based on this Elotec decided to integrate the IQRF and to join the IQRF Alliance.
"I had very high expectations from a wireless technology for products and couldn't imagine those could be met. During the workshop I got very excited about the IQRF because it simply meets all our needs." said Jan Kleven, CEO of Elotec.
"We are proud to have such a successful member in the Alliance. Elotec's products can easily complement interoperable portfolio of IQRF Ecosystem." adds Simon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance.

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BZ-COM joined the IQRF Alliance

11 November 2015

BZ-COM becomes a new Sales Partner of the IQRF Alliance. Well established company with more than ten years of experience in distributing products in computing, controlling and data communication. We are now able to provide Sales Partner services to our members also in Israel! 

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