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Snow and ice monitoring in UK winter highways for a Smart Road management

Snow and ice monitoring in UK winter highways for a Smart Road management

March 13th, 2017 - Libelium

Mayflower Smart Control has developed an IoT project to find a solution to the use of excessive and unnecessary gritting of roads during cold weather in different locations of the Winchester area (Hampshire, UK). Mayflower Smart Control has trusted in Waspmote Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform to develop a pioneering project that will enable highways maintenance teams to make better informed gritting decisions based on local weather conditions. Read more.

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Libelium presents IoT solutions for environment care in green cities, flood prevention, security and golf courses

Libelium presents IoT solutions for environment care in green cities, flood prevention, security and golf courses

February 27th, 2017 - Libelium

Today, at Mobile World Congress, Libelium presents new IoT solutions ready to be deployed on smart environment scenarios to develop projects for green cities, flood prevention, security and golf courses.

With the aim to extend the interoperability that Libelium provides nowadays with a network of 36 certified cloud partners, the IoT company launches a new program providing new business opportunities, technical support and marketing benefits to the clouds. This new Cloud Partner Program focuses on offering interoperability with Meshlium IoT Gateway to build successful cloud based services and better market positioning. Read more

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Aragón Radio – David Gascon interview about Masaya Volcano project

Aragón Radio – David Gascon interview about Masaya Volcano project

February 3rd, 2017 - Libelium

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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Predicting eruptions in the Masaya Volcano with wireless sensors

Predicting eruptions in the Masaya Volcano with wireless sensors

January 25th, 2017 - Libelium

Volcanoes’ eruptions are one of the most unpredictable and impressive natural phenomenons. Some vulcanologists are currently focused on working with the latest technology to monitor in real-time everything that happens inside and outside the crater to predict eruptions. With more than 80 sensors deployed, the main aim of the project has been building a digital early warning system to predict volcano eruptions. The ultimate goal of the project is providing a public service by giving access to the general population and decision makers enabling them to experience an active volcano in real-time. Read more

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