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New Weather Station Sensors integrated in Libelium’s IoT platform perform maximum accuracy

New Weather Station Sensors integrated in Libelium’s IoT platform perform maximum accuracy

October 16th, 2018 - Libelium

Libelium has developed a project to test the accuracy of weather stations that includes its IoT platform in comparison with the professional station of AEMET. In order to do this, Libelium’s engineering team installed two Plug & Sense! nodes in the Sustainable Urbanism Center of Zaragoza (Spain) requesting permission from AEMET to carry out the measurements in the same location and under the same conditions as its reference station.

The results obtained in the comparative study show that the station behaves in parallel and with the same precision as the official AEMET meteorological station, both in terms of wind speed and direction and in terms of accumulated precipitation parameters. Read more.

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EU project uses Libelium sensors to monitor ozone levels in volunteer homes

EU project uses Libelium sensors to monitor ozone levels in volunteer homes

September 5th, 2018 - Libelium

Ozone is one of the major pollutants in Europe, excessive exposure to ground-level ozone is estimated to cause about 20,000 premature deaths per year in Europe, according to the European Environment Agency.

European Union project CAPTOR measures tropospheric ozone in areas where levels usually exceed regular values. Libelium sensors are used to control air quality in rural areas and real-time information of the Captor nodes can be consulted using the captorAIR app. Read more.

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Protecting and conserving the beluga whale habitat in Alaska with Libelium’s flexible sensor platform

Protecting and conserving the beluga whale habitat in Alaska with Libelium’s flexible sensor platform

July 12th, 2018 - Libelium

Beluga whales are considered critically endangered with a population estimated around 150,000 worldwide. In 2017, a natural gas leak was detected approximately 6 kilometers offshore in the Cook Inlet near Nikiski (Alaska). Alaskan authorities responded with detailed and challenging monitoring requirements due to the area being a critical habitat for endangered beluga whales.

Libelium’s partner company Aridea Solutions designed a solution to monitor the leak based in a buoy equipped with Libelium’s wireless sensor platform to monitor air and water near the leak affecting the Beluga whales and other aquatic mammals. This project consisted of monitoring methane, oxygen and CO2 levels above the surface of the water. While simultaneously monitoring dissolved methane, dissolved O2 and several other parameters directly beneath the surface of the water. Read more.

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Early flood detection and warning system in Argentina developed with Libelium sensors technology

Early flood detection and warning system in Argentina developed with Libelium sensors technology

June 27th, 2018 - Libelium

Libelium and the Argentinian company Rack2 have developed a permanent flood monitoring system based on IoT technology in La Emilia, a small village in the North of Buenos Aires. Its location next to a river has been subject to several flood alerts throughout its history. With the last flood in 2017, a 75% of the population were forced to evacuate, one person died and more than 3,000 people were moved to several evacuation centers.

The final objective of the authorities was to have a permanent water monitoring system, not only for risk alerts but also to produce a satisfactory water flow, to control and record its behavior. Rack2, Libelium’s distributor in Argentina, has implemented an early flood detection and warning system using Libelium technology, a reliable and stable structure in terms of communications and accuracy.

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Reducing Logistics’ environmental impact by air quality monitoring in the Baltic Sea Port of Gdansk, Poland

Reducing Logistics’ environmental impact by air quality monitoring in the Baltic Sea Port of Gdansk, Poland

May 29th, 2018 - Libelium

Feature Forest is a Polish start-up, specialized in developing software solutions for the IoT, taking advantage of data science methods. The company has successfully accomplished the so-called Space3ac Acceleration Program, a project which seeks the minimization of port activity impact as well as solving the problems of transportation industry players in the surrounding areas of the Gdansk Port.

The fPerception system allows the immediate detection of hazardous chemical compounds polluting the air in real time. This project aims to localize the sources of air pollutants in the area of the port, such as the berthing of vessels, the heat and power plants, the cargo handling activities, the surrounding industry or the raising road and railway transport. Libelium technology is located nearby potential sources of pollution where information about gas concentration is correlated with wind direction and speed in order to predict and react in case of an emergency. Read more.

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MySignals brings Physical Rehabilitation to people with disabilities in Mexico through Kinnov, a leading company in Physiotherapy research

MySignals brings Physical Rehabilitation to people with disabilities in Mexico through Kinnov, a leading company in Physiotherapy research

May 8th, 2018 - Libelium

In Mexico 6 million people live some kind of disability and there are only 10.000 physiotherapists. A Mexican holding company offers global services related to Physiotherapy through education, clinical rehabilitation, innovation and research.

Kinnov’s research team is currently using MySignals in a project that analyses the biometric parameters needed for the physiotherapeutic process. Aware of the current needs of the Physical Rehabilitation area, Kinnov is researching new tools to improve the patients’ quality of life, gaining efficiency. Read more.

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Smart Wine: Libelium’s IoT technology allows predictive control of vineyards in the Pago Aylés winery, Spain

Smart Wine: Libelium’s IoT technology allows predictive control of vineyards in the Pago Aylés winery, Spain

March 21st, 2018 - Libelium

The Pago Aylés winery has invested in an IoT project with Libelium technology in order to gain efficient production and a predictive vineyard management model. Leading to the best decisions based on objective data.

In the first year of the project, the winery expects to obtain a 25% increase in quality associated with improved knowledge. This will allow them to improve future management of resources in relation to production objectives. In addition, return on investments is expected to reach 30% due to reduction in information management costs and a 10-50% reduction in production costs depending on the vintage. Read more.

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Controlling fish farms water quality with smart sensors in Iran

Controlling fish farms water quality with smart sensors in Iran

February 21st, 2018 - Libelium

Afarinesh Samaneh Mehr Engineering Co. (ASM), Libelium official distributor in Iran has developed a Smart Water sensor network to measure the water quality parameters of the fish farms in the North of the country.

The main objective of this project was to control water quality in order to increase quality and productivity as well as to reduce costs and increase profits. Having information about water quality parameters in fish breeding ponds offers the fish farmers the possibility to manage their installations in an improved and more effective way, accelerating their inner processes. Read more.

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Smartphone detection scanner to identify volume of visitors and behaviors in United Kingdom trade fair

Smartphone detection scanner to identify volume of visitors and behaviors in United Kingdom trade fair

January 23rd, 2018 - Libelium

The “Bolton Food and Drink Festival” is celebrated every summer in the town of Bolton, located in Greater Manchester (United Kingdom). It is an event which unites different flavors and tastes from all over the world. The organization requires control over the presence and behavior of the attendants.

Innotech Concepts was selected by the festival organizers to manage a project to monitor visitors data. The start-up chose Libelium’s Meshlium Scanner to deploy this project at the Bolton Food and Drink Festival. Scanning WiFi and Bluetooth devices in the festival area allowed the organizers to study the demand and conduct of the visitors in real-time. Read more.

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Controlling quality of irrigation water with IoT to improve crops production

Controlling quality of irrigation water with IoT to improve crops production

December 21st, 2017 - Libelium

The irrigation water quality, as well as the correct management of the water resources, is essential for the productivity and efficiency of the crops. Controlling and analyzing water before irrigating is crucial and its quality may vary significantly depending on the time of year. So frequent measurements are recommended. The Spanish company GMV has developed a water quality monitoring system based in Libelium technology. The nodes were installed at the “El Portal” irrigation dam, located on the Guadalete river where it passes through Jerez de la Frontera (Spain). Read more.

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Early warning system to prevent floods and allow disaster management in Colombian rivers

Early warning system to prevent floods and allow disaster management in Colombian rivers

December 12th, 2017 - Libelium

On May 18th 2015, the Colombian village of Salgar was devastated by a landslide. The La Liboriana river flood caused 83 deaths and left devastation and destruction on the communities all over the area. After this event, the National Unit for Disaster Risk Management – Unidad Nacional para la Gestión de Riesgos de Desastres (UNGRD) in Spanish – designed a plan to monitor and compile information on the La Liboriana, La Clara and Barroso rivers to prevent tragedies like the Salgar landslide. Federmán Comunicaciones, a Colombian company with more than ten years of experience in telecommunications, was responsible for the installation of an early warning system in disaster management in the region based on Libelium technology. Read more.

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