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Monitoring aquatic and environmental parameters at the coldest weather conditions to encourage salmon spawning and reduce pollution in Oslo

Monitoring aquatic and environmental parameters at the coldest weather conditions to encourage salmon spawning and reduce pollution in Oslo

October 10th, 2017 - Libelium

Being Norway one of the world’s largest exporters of fish, activities such as trout and salmon spawn become crucial. As one of the first ThingFarm has developed an IoT solution for monitoring the water quality and conditions for living organisms, fishes and plants in rivers and sea. Within the last months of the year, salmons and trouts spawn in rivers all over Norway. To know if all parameters are adapted and stable for the fishes to spawn eggs, knowing the river and water conditions is of great value. Read more.

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Detecting road modality and occupancy patterns to enhance urban planning in Dordrecht Smart City

Detecting road modality and occupancy patterns to enhance urban planning in Dordrecht Smart City

July 11th, 2017 - Libelium

Public authorities are worried about the impact that the increase of people could have in the urban planning of metropolis. The Internet of Things is enabling the detection of the most regular routes; volume of cars, bicycles or pedestrians and most crowded streets passing times. Dimitrios Kyritsis, Surveying & Geomatics Engineer from TU Delft, has developed a research project in the city of Dordrecht (The Netherlands) based on the IoT Gateway Meshlium to monitor pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles. Read more.

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Libelium hits the Smart Cities market with a complete 4G IoT solution  for US, Europe and Australia

Libelium hits the Smart Cities market with a complete 4G IoT solution for US, Europe and Australia

July 11th, 2017 - Libelium

Libelium has its IoT Sensor Platform Plug & Sense! and IoT Gateway Meshlium ready for smart cities deployment using the 4G network available in major metropolises around the world. The company has performed a strategic shift getting the PTCRB certifications needed to evolve from “proof of concept” projects to massive deployments in the US. Libelium has also certified its devices with the AT&T service policies, to be one of the first IoT companies to make their platforms compliant with this quality standards of the giant cellular network provider. Read more.

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Big data aggregation in smart cities with the partnership of Axis and Libelium

Big data aggregation in smart cities with the partnership of Axis and Libelium

July 3rd, 2017 - Libelium

Axis cameras and Libelium sensors can be combined and connected to any cloud platform to allow the collection and aggregation of all these various data streams in an easy and integrated manner. Advanced analytical algorithms can then leverage this smart data aggregation to generate valuable information that can help solve some of the most common urban challenges, and this can be customised for each city’s needs. Read more.

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Libelium integrates Axis’ devices in its IoT Gateway increasing interoperability and extending the ecosystem to 90 partners

Libelium integrates Axis’ devices in its IoT Gateway increasing interoperability and extending the ecosystem to 90 partners

June 26th, 2017 - Libelium

With the aim to enlarge the IoT ecosystem and to offer interoperability with any company in the whole IoT value chain, Libelium launches two new partnership programs to integrate devices from hardware companies and new radio communication protocols. These new services allow to integrate devices with the IoT Gateway Meshlium and new communication protocols apart from the 16 already supported. The IoT company presents them at Sensors Expo & Conference, in California, between the 27th and 29th of June at 434 stand. Read more.

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Libelium presents a white paper with 50 real IoT success stories after ten years of experience in the market

Libelium presents a white paper with 50 real IoT success stories after ten years of experience in the market

June 14th, 2017 - Libelium

With the aim to unveil its horizontal approach to the IoT market, Libelium has launched a new white paper to present 50 real smart projects deployed in 120 countries all over the world. The IoT company has summarized its most successful and appealing stories, developed with Libelium technology and its partners ecosystem, for the main verticals of the market. The white paper includes real IoT projects for Environment care, water management, precission agriculture, smart cities, parking management, smart building, smart factory, logistics, retail and eHealth. Read more.

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Libelium IoT technology helps to monitor traffic volume in petrol stations to empower sales strategy

Libelium IoT technology helps to monitor traffic volume in petrol stations to empower sales strategy

May 30th, 2017 - Libelium

Libelium has developed an Internet of Things project with a gas station holding from Zaragoza (Spain), called Zoilo Ríos, to monitor the traffic of vehicles in one of the most important service areas of the city. The aim of the project is to measure the incoming and outgoing traffic of the establishment by the detection of the Bluetooth devices of the cars. Read more.

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Arrow Electronics extends IoT offering with Libelium agreement

Arrow Electronics extends IoT offering with Libelium agreement

May 22nd, 2017 - Libelium

Arrow Electronics, Inc. and Libelium have signed a global distribution agreement. The deal extends Arrow’s portfolio for the Internet of Things (IoT) with the addition of Libelium’s wireless and sensor technology and enables the companies to provide off-the-shelf IoT solutions that require minimal design effort before deployment. The company’s Waspmote hardware architecture has been designed to function with extremely low power consumption. Individual sensor interfaces and radio modules can be turned off digitally to conserve energy and three different sleep modes enable the hardware to operate down to only 7µA when in hibernation mode. Read more.

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