CEO Qmodule Lab gave an interview to French TV channel FRANCE 24.
CEO Qmodule Lab made a presentation of the Qmodule project MIT Sloan School of management (Boston, USA).
CEO Qmodule Lab participated in a conference SkTech/MIT Initiative (Boston, USA)
Representatives of the Qmodule Lab participated in the conference Energy Harvesting & Storage (Boston, USA)
The need for automation of electrical appliances, lighting, heat, water consumption in homes, business and shopping centers, industrial buildings has led to a variety of sensors and actuators, data collection systems and control terminals.
In addition to the wired automation systems are rapidly developing wireless, which have obvious advantages: savings on cabling and installation is simple with the ability to reconfigure and build elements of the system.
The disadvantage of wireless systems is their dependence on the lifetime of the autonomous power of autonomous sensors and actuators.
Technology helped to create Qmodule bezbatareechnye and wireless sensors and alarm management, and electronic locks and bezbatareechnye sealing device.