Wireless Congress 2022

»Start of the IoT Revolution for the Coming Decade«

21. Oktober 2022, 6:00 Uhr | Harry Schubert
Helmut Adamski, CEO und Chairman der IP500 Alliance
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On November 16, 2022, the 19th Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications will begin in Munich, in parallel with Electronica. For Helmut Adamski, CEO and Chairman of the IP500 Alliance, these are two ideal platforms at the same time, in one place.

?   How important are Electronica 2022 and Wireless Congress 2022 ffor the IP500 Alliance and its members?

!   Helmut Adamski: For the IP500 Alliance, the Wireless Congress and Electronica offer an ideal communication platform that allows us to present and discuss the key points and position of the IP500 wireless standard in exchange with the auditorium. The proximity to Electronica gives our members and partners the opportunity to directly coordinate with component manufacturers in the integration of the IP500 standard into their solutions. In addition, the Wireless Congress gives Electronica visitors the opportunity to experience the latest trends and standards in the IoT / wireless environment.

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Helmut Adamski, CEO und Vorstand der IP500 Alliance
Ing. Helmut Adamski is an IoT pioneer and currently leads the IP500 Alliance e.V. as CEO and Chairman.
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?   How has the wireless market changed since the last Electronica? What impact have the current crises had?

!   Adamski: The wireless market has changed a lot, especially in the last twelve months, with end users realizing the advantages and disadvantages of the corresponding solutions in testing or in the field. As a result, some wireless solutions have become more firmly established in a particular application, while others have had to withdraw from applications or are no longer relevant at all. It is also clear that proprietary wireless solutions have not caught on. 

Just last year, the IP500 Alliance was able to clear the last hurdles to establish the entire IP500 Wireless IoT ECO system for commercial and industrial buildings, including redundancy of the IP500 infrastructure and conformity with security guidelines such as VdS. Thus, the IP500 standard is able to set a de-facto wireless standard for this area. It is now being adopted by many manufacturers and implemented in solutions.

The impact of the pandemic and the war cannot be ignored in supply chain issues. At the same time, the need for retrofit solutions for climate change and CO2 footprint has increased. As a result, the IoT wireless bandwagon has also picked up steam for the IP500 Alliance, as the breakthrough performance of the IP500 network - latency, range, robustness and security - makes it a more secure IoT wireless platform for commercial buildings.

?   What challenges are currently faced by companies using wireless technologies and the members of the IP500 Alliance?

!   Adamski: Obviously, these are component supply issues when it comes to delivering IP500 products and solutions. In addition, the challenge is getting end users in commercial buildings to understand that some IoT wireless technologies are not suitable for large buildings and harsh industrial environments or real-time communication between sensors and actuators.

Some users are also seduced by the promises of Smart Home solutions and then try to install these Smart-Home wireless standards effectively and safely in large buildings.

So our challenge is to inform users about such dangers and at the same time communicate the performance of the IP500 ECO System for commercial and industrial properties in a timely manner. This is where the Wireless Congress can make a big contribution.

?   What are the latest innovations of the IP500 Alliance and its members?

!   Adamski: These are clearly the achievement of EN and VdS security guidelines for the intrusion area and currently this fall also for the fire area. It also introduced the first IoT wireless infrastructure based on IP500 with full redundancy and end-to-end encryption, with dynamic key management.

Ultimately, IP500 Alliance partners, such as Microchip and CoreNetiX, and OEMs, such as Microsens, Kingspan and Trilux, unveiled a complete IP500 ECO system at the Light-Building show, revolutionizing all previous IoT wireless network performance metrics. This includes a latency of about 20 ms at a range of 150 m and a data rate of 100 / 250 kbps – and that in an exhibition hall with over 150 Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other sources of interference. 

Thus, the IP500 wireless IoT standard is the only standard that meets the security requirements and at the same time offers the performance to network all sensor and actuator applications with one and the same infrastructure.

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19. Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications 16–17 November 2022 Munich ICM – International Congress Center Exhibititon Center Munich, Entrance West
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?   What can Electronica visitors and congress participants expect this year?

!   Adamski: From the point of view of the IP500 Alliance, visitors can now experience the revolution in the IoT market for real: an IoT wireless platform that can address all applications and solutions, including security-relevant points that until now could not be implemented with wireless technology in commercial and industrial environments and buildings.

IP500 can also address solutions relevant to climate change and carbon footprint requirements. Attendees of Wireless Congress 2022 can experience this and learn how to implement these solutions in commercial and industrial buildings in a timely manner – mind you, based on efficient, secure and robust wireless IoT networking of all sensors and actuators.

Simply put, they will witness the beginning of the IoT revolution for the coming decade.

?   Thank you for the interview.

 

Helmut Adamski, CEO und Vorstand der IP500 Alliance
Ing. Helmut Adamski, CEO and Chairman of the IP500 Alliance e.V.
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Ing. Helmut Adamski

is an IoT pioneer and currently leads the IP500 Alliance e.V. as CEO and Chairman. He has more than 25 years of experience in the high-tech industry, with a focus on IoT and IT network applications, wireless ICs, and building and plant security applications.

Helmut Adamski holds an engineering degree in electronics and attended executive/MBA programs at the Institute of Excellence, San Diego, and Stanford University, California, USA.

helmut.adamski@ip500alliance.org

 

Session IP500 at Wireless Congress 2022 on November 16, 2022

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19. Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications
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Time Title Speaker
14:00 – 14:30 Robust & Secured wireless IoT networks for commercial building comform to EN / VdS Helmut Adamski, IP500 Alliance
14:30 – 15:00 How Lucknow IOT Park plans to make 220 million people of Uttar Pradesh, Northern State of India; happy and safe using robust IP500 wireless networks Vinay Agarwal, Intercraft IOT Technologies
15:00 – 15:30 IoT Revolution for Commercial Buildings in Germany NN, siganet
16:00 – 16:30 IP500 – Easy Integration in IoT Products – IP500 Eval-Kit Markus Austermayer, Microchip
16:30 – 17:00 Real environment tests of IP500 Network Prof. Dr. Faouzi Derbel, Leipzig University of Applied Sciences
17:00 – 17:30 Redundant IoT Infrastructure with fault tolerant data management for ALL IoT applications

Hannes Bauer, Microsens – Zech Group

17:30 – 18:00 Robust & Secured wireless IoT networks for commercial building comform to VdS Hans-Juergen Schmitt, PcVue

 


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