More information about new version of the IQRF Daemon at github.com/iqrfsdk/iqrf-daemon.
Visit iqrfalliance.org/iqrf-start-up to see new companies which joined the IQRF Alliance Start-up program.
The Start-up program has new members – M2H Europe, GreyCortex, and icMK.
The IQRF Alliance Start-up program helps new companies to accelerate its growth and share on a market.
The IQRF Alliance which exhibits at embedded world 2018 exhibition can be found at AAEON’s booth. Visitors can try out the Smart city demo consisting of IQRF Alliance members’ products.
Very interesting is the AAEON’s industrial gateway with an IP68 waterproof certification which is also a part of the smart city demo.
Visitors can come to the AAEON’s booth and try the demo out using their smartphones accessing a control interface through a web browser (Grafana).
Visitors can also control the demo using AAEON’s RTC (Rugged Tablet Computer). The connection can be set up in 1 minute.
The IQRF Repository serves as one place for all drivers, standards, DPA commands and more.
The repository provides information about and relations between IQRF ecosystem objects such as companies, products, DPA handlers, standards, OS, DPA etc.
The repository is developed in REST API with JSON and is utilized by GWs, clouds, IQRF IDE and more.
There are three levels of integration:
- Recognize products, companies,…
- Keep products up-to-date
- Use drivers
Visit repository.iqrfalliance.org/api for detailed documentation. The repository is now in beta version and there are many things to be added and changed.
New transceivers TR-77D are intended for a use in fire alarms and similar demanding applications have been released.
TR-77D series transceivers have high resistivity against external interferences and noise, extended blocking of unwanted signals and therefore can be used in fire alarms and similar demanding applications. Thanks to its low power consumption, the transceiver can last long on battery and be truly wireless.
IQRF Alliance has introduced a brand new platform for communication not only for members of the alliance but for everyone who is interested in the IQRF wireless technology – IQRF Forum.
Visit the forum and ask questions directly to the device manufacturers or integrators.
The latest forum thread is about device management system by RehiveTech.
The IQRF Meetup has been held in Prague for the first time and had great success. Over 60 people listened to the latest news about the IQRF wireless technology and presented their companies and businesses.
There was enough time for networking during the evening including a tasty dinner, so the visitors shared their offers and requests with others and thus building bases of possible future cooperation.
The IQRF Alliance team is working on next events for members and IQRF enthusiasts. Check Events for more.
Thank you for coming!
Participants of the IoT seminar at CTU in Prague learned detailed information about the IQRF technology and how does the IQRF wireless network work.
IoT seminar at CTU in Prague organized by the IQRF Alliance was attended by more than 50 people who are interested in the IQRF wireless technology.
Technical experts from IQRF Tech and Jotio defined the IQRF wireless technology, use cases and possible types of use. Participants learned about real devices, components or how to program own IoT network in Node-RED.
In the second part of the IoT seminar, participants had an opportunity to try out UP boards and IQRF modules in three-hour hands-on workshop.
Thanks to the supervision of IQRF experts, participants successfully built their own IoT wireless network in just a few minutes.
Participants were surprised by a robustness of the IQRF wireless technology because despite tens of the IQRF modules were communicating in 10 networks in one classroom, not a single network had any issues.
We are pleased by your feedback and your interest in IoT seminars and workshops so we will continue in organizing them.