Today, at Sensors Expo, Libelium has announced new integration agreements with software cloud partners. The company, that designs and manufactures hardware for wireless sensor networks, keeps on expanding interoperability of Meshlium IoT gateway and facilitating the access to end solutions in the IoT.
“Our Waspmote IoT ecosystem is designed for interoperability, giving developers access to the widest range of sensors, communication protocols and cloud systems to build IoT applications quickly and safely”, said Alicia Asín, CEO at Libelium. Read more.
Today, at Sensors Expo, Libelium has launched ten new kits for The IoT Marketplace with applications for Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Water Management and Environmental Control. The company keeps on expanding interoperability and facilitating the access to end solutions in the IoT.
Following up with the integration of new Cloud platforms to deliver fully integrated IoT solutions, The IoT Marketplace -launched by Libelium on March 2016- will add new kits featuring solutions in Smart Cities, water management, smart buildings and environmental control. These kits work out of the box and offer complete solutions from sensors to Cloud to speed up IoT adoption. Read more.
Libelium has reached an agreement with Loriot to launch the first IoT kit that includes LoRaWAN connectivity. The new kit, that can be bought at The IoT Marketplace, is available with American range (915 MHz) and European range (868 MHz).
Only a ten per cent of 1,200 participants has been capable to finish the online educational program that Libelium opened to find the best Intenert of Things (IoT) developers. The contest results confirms that there is an important gap between the skills demanded by IoT companies and the practical knowledge of future developers.
The final battle has come to the end and only 120 IoT warriors have finished the program. “The exams were difficult but our aim was to discover the best prepared developers for future workforce on Internet of Things”, says Alicia Asín, Libelium CEO. Read more.
Alicia Asín has been interviewed in Aragón Radio in relation to Carácter Empresa Award. Libelium CEO has affirmed that “as the company grows the prizes are more appreaciated because they are shared with all the company, each member has participated at some point“.
As requested by many of our clients we are adding new Ion Sensor Probes for the Plug & Sense! Smart Water Ions and the Sensor board (OEM version).
These new sensor probes are named as “PRO” as they offer a better calibration cycle (they keep calibrated more days than the current probes). The underlying technology is not based on liquid chemicals but in solid membranes made of nanotubes of carbon so they simple last more time with the right calibration that the regular probes. The only drawback is that they are also more expensive. Read more.
Libelium has designed a new Outdoor Power USB Cable which enables to connect a Waspmote Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform directly to electrical installations using a regular USB power adapter (110V / 220V). It can also be connected to a computer, a laptop or any similar device with USB ports.
One of the main advantages is that the Outdoor Power USB Cable is waterproof so, now Waspmote Plug & Sense! can receive continuous power electricity outdoors coming from the inside of the building. Until now, the only way of getting continuous power was using the solar panel that obviously had a lack of energy at night, now we can have Plug & Sense! powered 24/7 non-stop. Read more.