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Next 5ht March in Milton Keynes (UK), Libelium will be attending MK Future Cities Conference. This senior level conference will showcase a range of smart city activities that have been underway in Milton Keynes.
Next 28 - 29 April in London (UK), Libelium will be attending Smart to Future Cities.
"50+ global thought-leaders and innovators, 19 case studies, 250+ of your peers in attendance will provide you with the expertise at the heart of urban IoT through carefully curated sessions, interactive formats and plenty of networking."
Libelium has added seven new distributors to its network of Value-Added Resellers (VARs) in Asia, Europe, and the Americas, doubling the number of authorized distributors of its Waspmote sensor network devices worldwide in less than a year. Read more.
Next March, Mobile World Capital Barcelona will host the world’s greatest mobile event: Mobile World Congress 2015.
Libelium CEO, Alicia Asín, will participate as speaker in the conference session "Realising the Entrerprise IoT Opportunity". This session will look at the scope of Internet of Things market opportunities and particularly how enterprises can benefit from these. The session is scheduled for Tuesday, 3 March at 14:00 CET in Hall 4 Auditorium 3.
Libelium VP Business Development & Sales, Javier Martínez, will be attending as keynote speaker at City 2.0 - Smart City, Smart Citizen, next 12 March 2015, in Istanbul, Turkey. Javier's keynote is scheduled at 10:15am, 12th March, and is entitled "Smart Cities Examples".
Libelium has received the Editor's Choice "Must-follow IoT Company" Award from Postscapes.com. The IoT Awards seek to highlight and celebrate the year's best projects, companies and ideas helping to create an Internet of Things. Read more.
From 9th - 11th June in California (USA), Libelium will be attending Sensors expo & conference 2015, the so-called largest gathering of engineers involved in sensors and sensor-integrated systems in the world.
Thanks to the collaboration between Libelium and the Aquarium of Zaragoza, measurements at the freshwater aquarium and a terrarium are taken several times per hour instead of once a day. The technology solution selected is Libelium's Smart Water. The main goal of this water-monitoring project is to automate the measurement of physical and chemical parameters in the tanks, improving the reliability and frequency of the data collected, and simplifying the tasks of the Aquarium of Zaragoza staff.