|14 Apr 2015||Antenna AN-D01 datasheet updated, mechanical drawing added.|
|13 Apr 2014||Industrial lighting added to IQRF case studies.|
|10 Apr 2015||IQRF IDE v4.23 released. » Release notes.|
|10 Apr 2015||Wrote about us: IQRF module TR-72D communicates at up to 600m distance. Author: SOS electronic.|
|10 Apr 2015||Article Complete CO2, Humidity and Temperature sensor published on Electronics World|
|6 Apr 2015||New IQRF E-shop with better services and user-friendly environment launched. Take 30% OFF development sets DS-START-03 during April.|
|26 Mar 2015||Article Cloud-based system offers visualisation of environmental variables posted on Electronic Specifier.|
|19 Mar 2015||IQRF USB drivers installation package updated for WinUSB driver (by verified publisher) and for Windows 8.1 and 10 beta.|
|19 Mar 2015||A new wireless product on the market within 7 weeks only - CO2, humidity and temperature sensor by Protronix with data collection and visualization on IQRF Cloud. Visit the Protronix booth (hall V - no. 5.05) and check the new CO2 sensor on the international trade fair Amper (Brno, Czech Rep., 24-27 Mar 2015). Watch real-time data collected just from Amper.|
|18 Mar 2015||CDClib - C/C++ libraries for Linux and IQRF devices supporting CDC IQRF mode, such as GW-USB-05 and CK-USB-04A.|
|3 Mar 2015||AN012 - Workaround to access IQRF gateways by browsers not supporting SSL 3.0.|
|2 Mar 2014||New IQRF Alliance members: CITIQ s.r.o. concerning with intelligent technologies for urban mobility and CIS s.r.o., the IQRF Cloud service provider.|
|25 Feb 2015||IQRF Video tutorial set available also with Hungarian subtitles.|
|6 Feb 2015||IQRF pricelist updated. » Release notes.|
|4 Feb 2015||IQRF Startup package updated for DPA v2.13.|
|4 Feb 2015||DPA v2.13 released. » Release notes.|
Meet us at SMART ENERGY UK & EUROPE SUMMIT 2015 (Jan 29-30, London). Vladimir Sulc will deliver a presentation Wireless mesh networks. Expectations and reality.
The 6th Smart Energy UK & Europe 2015 is Europe’s leading gathering for Smart Metering, Utilities and Grids professionals from around the world. This 2 day conference, 30+ booth exhibition and evening awards ceremony will once again bring together 400+ smart energy professionals to examine the latest developments & challenges facing ongoing European projects.
This year's summit will incorporate regional case studies of strategies, opportunities and business models in Europe's smart energy market, as well as providing recent project updates from market leaders and independent players in the UK and EU and further afield examples from the USA and the UAE. 5 conference streams will be packed into 2 days, featuring the return of Smart Metering UK, European Smart Metering and Smart Water, as well as brand new additional streams for 2015 - Energy Storage and Smart Grids & Future Cities.
|29 Jan2015||TR-72D pages and datasheet updated.|
|29 Jan 2015||GW-GSM-02A pages updated. Minor bug in User's guide fixed.|
|27 Jan 2015||IQRF Cloud Technical guide updated, minor bugs fixed.|
|23 Jan 2015||IQRF Startup package updated.|
Automated Inventory System with IQRF
These days, systems for inventorying and property protection are usually passive technical solutions using bar codes or RFID tags. These must be installed in combination with protective gates or must be personally supervised. Such systems do not provide the convenience of combining inventory and goods protection.
IQRF Automated Inventory System (AIS) is a wireless communication system for localization, data collection and control for use in the industrial sphere, stores, shops, or logistics centers. The main purpose of automated inventory systems is to take inventory of goods, components, vehicles and other items in a particular space without handwork. Automated methods are much faster and cheaper, while IQRF wireless technology renders systems even more flexible and efficient.
This system makes it possible to track the position and movement of objects within a given space by IQRF smart transceivers. IQRF transceivers are active identification units working as bidirectional wireless communicators. This allows the whole system to be operated by a superior unit and to work in real time, which ensures the active protection of all the objects. Implementation of the IQRF AIS does not affect everyday operation but, on the contrary, is quite advantageous for the automation of manufacturing processes.
What more can be done with IQRF AIS? The system may collect data such as temperature, humidity, change of an object's position, access to an object, status of an object and other details of inventoried items. IQRF transceivers may control inventoried items and communicate simple commands in response to collected data.
Organize your data efficiently, take your inventory in a modern way, and have easy access to data in time with the IQRF Automated Inventory System. Utilize the benefits of automated inventory with clear identification and localization, an active system of goods protection, lower installation costs, access to relevant data, and significant savings.
Quick Start Guide updated.
IQRF IDE v4.08.
v4.23 (10 Apr 2015)
v4.22 - non-public release
v4.21 (26 Jan 2015)
v4.20 (11 Nov 2014)
v4.19 - non-public release
v4.18 - non-public release
v4.17 (4 Jun 2014)
v4.16 (13 May 2014)
v4.15 (30 Apr 2014)
v4.14 (15 Oct 2013)
v4.13 (6 Sep 2013)
v4.12 (29 May 2013)
v4.11 (7 May 2013)
v4.10 (19 Feb 2013)
v4.09 (22 Jan 2013)
v4.08 (16 Nov 2012)
v4.07 (22 Sep 2012)
v4.06 (14 Sep 2012)
v4.05 (13 Sep 2012)
v4.04 (1 Aug 2012) » Download from archive
v4.03 beta (15 Jun 2012)
v4.02 beta (26 Apr 2012)
v4.01 beta (3 Apr 2012)
v4.00 beta (1 Apr 2012)
v3.00 beta (25 May 2011)
The predecessor: IQRF IDE 2 v2.08 (2008 - 2012), for TR-11A, TR-21A, TR-31B, TR-32B (and optionally TR-52B and TR-53B).
FW v2.00 (2 Apr 2013)
FW v1.06 (20 Jul 2012)
FW v1.04 (20 Jul 2012)
FW v1.03 (22 Jun 2010)
FW v1.02 (13 Jan 2010)
FW v1.01 (9 Apr 2008)