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MySignals presentation on Tad Awards ceremony

MySignals presentation on Tad Awards ceremony

January 11th, 2017 - Libelium

Libelium CTO, David Gascón, received Innovation Project Award, given by The App Date, one the most important Spanish application platforms, to MySignals.

David Gascón presented the main features of the revolutionary eHealth platform: it includes the key parameters that are usually measured in a hospital monitoring room with 15 different sensors, fits in a small suitcase and costs one hundred times lower than an Emergency Observation Unit.

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Libelium gets Innovation Project prize at Tad Awards with MySignals

Libelium gets Innovation Project prize at Tad Awards with MySignals

December 16th, 2016 - Libelium

MySignals has been awarded with one of Tad Awards with MySignals as the most innovative project of the year. The Awards Gala took place at Telefónica Foundation in Madrid on 15 December evening. The awards have been organized by The App Date, one the most important Spanish application platforms.

Libelium CTO, David Gascón, received Innovation Project prize from Antonio González, director of Madrid Impact Hub. He showed his gratitude for the recognition and reminded the aim of MySignals: “We want to improve the future of health services with MySignals to cover one of the main challenges of the century: enhancing the universal accessibility to a healthcare system for more than 2 billion people worldwide“. Read more.

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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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Alicia Asín receives ADEA Award 2016 as Best Manager of Aragón

Alicia Asín receives ADEA Award 2016 as Best Manager of Aragón

December 1st, 2016 - Libelium

Alicia Asín was awarded with ADEA Best Manager of Aragón prize on 30 November evening. The Awards Gala took place after ADEA Convention, in Expo Congress Center, that analyzes Logistics and Ecommerce strategies in Aragón. Alicia received the award from Marta Gastón, minister of Economics, Industry and Employment of Aragón, and Salvador Arenere, president of ADEA.

The organization emphasizes the contribution of Alicia Asín and Libelium to technology field in Aragón with the ten-years working in the Internet of Things and Smart Cities sectors. Alicia expressed her gratitude to Libelium team and the continuous innovation to improve everyday. She also claimed for a major role of women in companies, specially in engineering sector. Read more

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Libelium gets CEPYME 2016 Award at International Development category

Libelium gets CEPYME 2016 Award at International Development category

November 30th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelium has been recognized with CEPYME 2016 Award at International Development category for its impact outside Spain and the wide foreign activity in more than 120 countries. The Aragonese company, that operates in the Internet of Things and Smart Cities sector, exports 90% of its production.

Alicia Asín, Libelium CEO, expressed her gratitude to the organization that recognized the trajectory of the company: “It is a proud to be awarded specially this year when we celebrate a decade strengthen our position in the Internet of Things market”. Read more

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Libelium celebrates its tenth anniversary with worldwide partners

Libelium celebrates its tenth anniversary with worldwide partners

November 23rd, 2016 - Libelium

This year Libelium is celebrating its tenth anniversary in the Internet of Things and Smart Cities markets. Between 11 and 12 November, the company hosted an event in Libelium headquarters with worldwide partners to enjoy a networking journey and also present the last releases (Meshlium, Waspmote OEM and Waspmote Plug & Sense! new versions).

Libelium prepared a program full of activities to discuss about current state of the market, main challenges and future trends for IoT projects. Alicia Asín, Libelium CEO, and David Gascón, Libelium CTO, explained Libelium vision of IoT and the roadmap for 2017 and upcoming years. Read more.

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New Sound Level Sensor to control Noise Pollution

New Sound Level Sensor to control Noise Pollution

November 21st, 2016 - Libelium

Public authorities are concerned about environmental and human risks related to pollution, specially with gas emissions. But other kind of pollution also dramatically affects cities and inhabitants health. Noise pollution is increasing in urban areas mainly caused by the transport impact, civil works or the industry. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that noise pollution is the second cause of illness for environmental reasons, after air pollution. The report explains how harmful for health is traffic noise that is currently affecting one in five Westerners that are regularly exposed to sound levels at night.

The new Noise / Sound Level Sensor for Plug & Sense! has been designed following the specifications of the IEC 61672 standard for sound meters. Specifically with an accuracy of ±0.5 dBA (1KHz) similar to the Class 2 type devices. The value given is the LeqA (Equivalent continuous sound level, with A weighting) that allows to calculate the average sound pressure level during a period of time. Leq is often described as the average noise level during a noise measurement and it is the magnitude used for many regulations of noise control at work places and the street. Read more.

New Sound Level Sensor to control Noise Pollution

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Libelium upgrades its IoT gateway adding interoperability with Telit and ten new Cloud partners

Libelium upgrades its IoT gateway adding interoperability with Telit and ten new Cloud partners

November 15th, 2016 - Libelium

Today, at Smart City Expo, Libelium presents a new radical design of Meshlium IoT Gateway, with features improved and adapted to customers needs. With this new batch of Cloud Partners – of a total of 33- Meshlium keeps its leadership as the most compatible gateway in the IoT market allowing developers to select any cloud server.

To keep on supporting compatibility with any Cloud platform, the IoT gateway upgrades to a CPU ten times faster and a RAM memory eight times bigger. Connectivity speed also increases to achieve fast Internet connection and data synchronization by upgrading cellular radios to 4G and WiFi-n.Read more.

Meshlium IoT Gateway with new Cloud partners

Libelium releases new IoT Smart Cities Platform enhancing accuracy in noise level and air quality pollution sensors

Libelium releases new IoT Smart Cities Platform enhancing accuracy in noise level and air quality pollution sensors

November 14th, 2016 - Libelium

Today, at the Smart City Expo, Libelium presents the new generation of the IoT Sensor Plaform for Smart Cities with more accurate sound level and air quality sensors. These sensors address current market demands of higher precision in measurements and are aimed to complete the pricey equipments like professional sonometers and weather stations to increase city capillarity on these services.

Traffic noise and air pollution together represent the two most important environmental risk factors in urbanized societies. The European Society of Cardiology has evidenced in a recent study the existence of an association between these risk factors with cardiovascular and metabolic disease. Increased awareness of the societal burden posed by these novel risk factors is intensifying the efforts required for effective legislation to reduce air pollution and noise. Read more.

New IoT Smart Cities platform enhances accuracy in noise level and air quality pollution sensors

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Libelium launches a free educational course for IoT development with the Spanish University UNED

Libelium launches a free educational course for IoT development with the Spanish University UNED

November 8th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelum is joining forces with the Spanish University UNED to launch a free educational program with the aim to cover the educational gap between skills demanded by IoT companies and practical knowledge of workforce that could decrease or even endanger the expected growing of the market.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging market and there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet in 2020. By this date, only in Europe around 4,5 million of job positions will be required to work as IoT developer and technology progresses so fast that demand is growing daily. In fact, 26% of European companies do not find the right profiles for their vacant positions.Read more.

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