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Libelium awarded as Gifted Citizen with MySignals

Libelium awarded as Gifted Citizen with MySignals

December 12th, 2016 - Libelium

MySignals, Libelium eHealth development platform, has been one of the twelve winners of the Gifted Citizen Prize. The Awards Gala took place along Ciudad de las Ideas event that celebrated its ninth edition between November 18 and 20 in the city of Puebla, Mexico.

Libelium CTO, David Gascón, presented MySignals application and its main features as a winner of Gifted Citizen Prize. He expressed his gratitude to the organization for including the eHealth development platform in such prestigious award: “It is great to be one of the 12 winner projects of the Gifted Citizen contest from entrepreneurs coming all around the world”. Read more.

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MySignals receives eHealth Awards 2016 as the best initiative to improve worldwide health care

MySignals receives eHealth Awards 2016 as the best initiative to improve worldwide health care

November 7th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelium has been awarded with 2016 eHealth Awards in Boehringer Ingelheim category with MySignals IoT platform as the best initiative to improve worldwide health care. David Gascón, Libelium CTO, received the prize in the I National eHealth Spanish Congress that took place in Madrid on November 3 and 4.

“Half of the world’s population lives in rural areas with very limited access to hospitals; this platform could enhance the potential of new IoT eHealth and medical applications”, stated David Gascón when he received the prize from the organisers. Read more.

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MySignals gets Tercer Milenio Award for its Technological Innovation

MySignals gets Tercer Milenio Award for its Technological Innovation

October 27th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelium received yesterday evening Technological Innovation Prize of Tercer Milenio Awards for its revolutionary eHealth platform, MySignals, that was released some weeks ago.

David Gascón, Libelium CTO, received the award and explained why the company launched MySignals: “We want to cover one of the main global challenges: enhancing the universal accessibility to a healthcare system for more than 2 billion people worldwide”. Half of world’s population lives in rural areas with hardly access to clinics or hospitals. MySignals could help to solve this gap because is portable and easy to be deployed anywhere. Read more.

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Libelium releases MySignals, the new IoT Platform to Develop eHealth and Medical Products

Libelium releases MySignals, the new IoT Platform to Develop eHealth and Medical Products

October 4th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelium releases MySignals, the most complete eHealth development platform with 15 different sensors that measure the most important body parameters (ECG, glucose, airflow, pulse, oxygen in blood, blood pressure…). All the biometric data is encrypted and sent to the Libelium Cloud in realtime to be visualized on the user’s private account.

MySignals includes the key parameters that are usually measured in a hospital monitoring room, fits in a small suitcase and costs one hundred times lower than an Emergency Observation Unit. Developers can prototype in a deep, affordable and easy way. “Half of the world’s population lives in rural areas with very limited access to hospitals; this platform could enhance the potential of new IoT eHealth and medical applications”, says David Gascón, Libelium CTO. Read more.


Libelium releases MySignals, the new IoT Platform to Develop eHealth and Medical Products

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Libelium Connects Intel Galileo to Sensors for the Internet of Things

Libelium Connects Intel Galileo to Sensors for the Internet of Things

May 15th, 2014 - Libelium

Libelium and Intel engineers have cooperated to integrate Arduino and Raspberry Pi shields and modules to the Intel Galileo development board. As a result, a new API for our Open Source eHealth Sensor Board and a suite of step-by-step tutorials have been released to help developers design new Internet of Things applications with software and hardware.

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E-Health: Low Cost Sensors for Early Detection of Childhood Disease

E-Health: Low Cost Sensors for Early Detection of Childhood Disease

February 18th, 2014 - Libelium

Pneumonia is the number 1 killer of children worldwide with 2 million deaths each year. With a child dying every 20 seconds, pneumonia is a significant contributor to neonatal mortality in developing countries – more than AIDS, malaria and measles combined.

The illness is treatable and preventable, but accurate early detection is key.

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Libelium Smart World Infographic – Sensors for Smart Cities, Internet of Things and beyond

Libelium Smart World Infographic – Sensors for Smart Cities, Internet of Things and beyond

April 8th, 2013 - Libelium

After creating the inspirational and market research document 50 Sensor Applications for a Smarter World, we have comprised that information in a beautiful infographic comprising Smart Cities, Internet of Things (IoT) and other sensing applications. Just with a glance you can see all the verticals that are changing with the Internet of Things and understand why it is the next technological revolution. Both the document and infographic can be found here.

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e-Health Sensor Platform for Biometric and Medical applications

e-Health Sensor Platform for Biometric and Medical applications

January 22nd, 2013 - Libelium

The e-Health Sensor platform allows Arduino and Raspberry Pi users to perform biometric and medical applications where body monitoring is needed by using 9 different sensors: pulse, oxygen in blood (SPO2), airflow (breathing), body temperature, electrocardiogram (ECG), glucometer, galvanic skin response (GSR-sweating), blood pressure (sphygmomanometer) and patient position (accelerometer). The e-Health Platform has been designed by Cooking Hacks (the open hardware division of Libelium) in order to help researchers, developers and artists to measure biometric sensor data for experimentation, and test purposes. More info.

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