The new generation brings very fast integration, easy use without programming and up to twice the signal range with lower power consumption. All these benefits come with the great features of the previous generation. Read more
IQ HOME Ltd. has just become a new contest partner and brings new development tools and products into the contest with 30% discount. New wireless temperature and humidity sensors, raspberry Pi based IQRF-Ethernet gateways and IQRF Range Testers are available for all the contest participants. All these products belong into the SensNET™ - Temperature and Humidity Sensing, Logging and Reporting System. Read more
Microchip Technology Inc. has just become a new contest partner and brings new development tools for all of the contestants and the winners. All the registered contest participants are eligible to order chipKIT uC32 Development Board with 30% discount. The chipKIT uC32 Development Board is also a new prize for all of the six IQRF Wireless Challenge II winners. Read more
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. Read more
Vladimír Šulc, CEO of MICRORISC, introduced the potential of wireless lighting systems build on IQRF platform. The main topic was Wireless communication and IoT for smarter lights and more opportunities. Read more