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Libelium brings over the Internet of Things to Industry 4.0 offering new applications for factory automation, automotive applications, industrial networking, building and infrastructure, transportation, energy applications and even military uses. The compatibility added with new industrial protocol modules and API libraries for Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform allows connecting to the Cloud sensor information from industrial devices.
The new modules support the most widely used industrial communication network protocols such as RS-232, RS-485, CAN Bus, and Modbus, used for process as varied as industrial automation, building automation and automobile applications, for sensor network capability in remote or factory floor environments. In conjunction with the new modules, Libelium has released an special Plug & Sense! model to connect 4-20 mA sensors (current loop), the most commonly deployed in industrial environments. Read more
Wireless sensor networks have opened a wide range in terms of possibilities for farmers and agricultural management organizations. Getting real-time information from different water, soil or air parameters of any field allows taking smart and strategic decisions to save resources and optimize yields.Agnov8 trusted in Libelium technology to develop an IoT project to control crops conditions and improve yields. Agnov8 has trusted in Libelium technology for a a large environmental sustainability project of Cameron’s Nursery wholesale plant grower located in Arcadia, New South Wales, Australia. Read more
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David Gascón, Libelium CTO, was interviewed in Agora Radio Program, from Aragón Radio. He explained the Masaysa Volcano project in which Libelium took part last summer. There was developed a wireless sensor network to monitor in real-time the crater to save human lives and provide open data.
Besides, he gave his vision as participant of the expedition.
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