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iHORN joined the three major alliances, to promote the development of international standardization of the industry


On Aug 2016, China Security & Fire IOT Sensing Company(iHORN) has reached cooperation in the Internet of Things Industry Alliance, Such as the ZigBee Alliance, China LoRa Application Alliance (CLAA), the Internet of Things Industry Alliance (GIA) and many other industry networking industry alliance.


China Security & Fire IOT Sensing Companyprevious as Shenzhen Longhorn Security Technology Co.,LtdEstablished in 1995, a division of China Security & Fire Technology CO., LTD (listed company:SH600654), is a professional IOT sensors designer and manufacture, With 22 years history in security products, we developed from Alarm Systems to IOT Sensors. Benefiting from our constant devotes on technology innovation, we gain over 200 different patents and certificates. The product has passed the certificate of CCC, CE FCC E-mark ROSH or EN approval and has been exported to. More than 60 countries and also used in “ The Water Cube”, National Museum Shanghai World Expo etc .


Security & Fire involved in the domestic anti-theft alarm industry to develop new national standard,  this time to join ZigBee, CLAA, GIA and other industry alliance, make a far-reaching influence of the sensor industry, also marks the product in the technology leadership and innovation to International standardization of a step forward.


From the right to leftDrSu WeiminThe Chairman of the ZigBee China group)、Ms. Zhao Qian (The General manager of China Security & Fire IOT Sensing Co,.Ltd)、Laura ShangZigBee alliance representative of China.


Ms.Zhao Said: iHORN joined the major Internet of things industry alliance, iHORN will continue to improve the product range, and actively promote the advanced technology in the specific application of the environment. And receive more extensive international technical support and innovation to create more industry-specific products.




LinkZigBee-Control Your World:


The ZigBee Alliance creates, maintains, and publishes open, global wireless standards that help companies connect to the Internet of Things and keep the world in control. The ZigBee Alliance is an open, non-profit organization with more than 400 member companies in 37 countries.  The goal is to develop and market the world's leading Internet of Things standards for consumer, commercial and industrial monitoring and control.

China Lora Application Alliance (CLAA):


The LoRa Application Alliance in China is composed of various industry networking partners to promote the application and development of the LoRa industrial chain in China, and to build LoRa Internet of Things with multi-service sharing with low cost, wide coverage and operation.