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DNA Connect, Divergent Technologies, Aridea, Maxvec and Alef obtain the exclusive certification as Libelium’s Authorized Technical Service (ATS)

DNA Connect, Divergent Technologies, Aridea, Maxvec and Alef obtain the exclusive certification as Libelium’s Authorized Technical Service (ATS)

June 21st, 2019 - Libelium

Libelium has launched a new exclusive certification program for selected members from its distribution channel that allows them to act as an Authorized Technical Service (ATS) in their geographical area. The five companies certificated in 2018 has been DNA Connect (Australia), Divergent Technologies (Australia), Aridea (USA), Maxvec (Malaysia) and Alef (Czech Republic).

The certification program has included an online training course that the selected distributors have completed obtaining their certification seal as an ATS (Authorized Technical Service).

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MySignals helps to improve medical assistance for Sahrawi population in North Africa

MySignals helps to improve medical assistance for Sahrawi population in North Africa

June 18th, 2019 - Libelium

The Sahara desert is an area of 9 millions km2 that extends throughout North Africa. It is the largest warm desert in the world. At the eastern end of this desert lies the Western Sahara region, one of the most sparsely populated territories in the world and possibly the one with the lowest population density.

Health care doesn’t reach the entire Sahrawi population. A medical emergency that requires a trip to the nearest hospital can involve a car trip of more than 8 hours, putting the patient at severe risk of death during the journey.

The MySignals solution offers the possibility of carrying a hospital in a briefcase, which makes it a very interesting option to work in areas that are not well communicated due to the reduction of costs and transport to any corner of the desert.

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Libelium organized the 4th annual conference of world experts of the Internet of Things from 23 countries

Libelium organized the 4th annual conference of world experts of the Internet of Things from 23 countries

June 14th, 2019 - Libelium

Libelium celebrated in Zaragoza the fourth edition of the international meeting of experts in solutions based on Internet of Things. The meeting, which took place on June 6 and 7 in the Paraninfo of the University of Zaragoza, brought together more than a hundred representatives from 23 countries on 5 continents.
Artificial intelligence and IoT, security and privacy of data, connectivity, return on investments and technology for the public sector was some of the themes of the work sessions. In addition, participants could discover the most innovative projects in terms of traffic management, smart parking and technology for commercial spaces.

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Manx Technology Group partners with Libelium, the Smart IoT Solution specialist

Manx Technology Group partners with Libelium, the Smart IoT Solution specialist

June 14th, 2019 - Libelium

Manx Technology Group (MTG) and Libelium have signed a product distribution agreement covering the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. (I’d keep this with each named separately)This new partnership adds Libelium’s advanced portfolio of IoT and edge-computing devices to the MTG smart solution portfolio.

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Convergia enters Libelium Ecosystem as Pan-American Distributor

Convergia enters Libelium Ecosystem as Pan-American Distributor

June 12th, 2019 - Libelium

Libelium and Convergia signed a distribution agreement for all countries in America. The company joins the most stable and mature ecosystem to empower the IoT in the American markets. This deal gives Convergia the possibility to develop IoT solutions with the addition of Libelium’s wireless sensor platform to their offer. Additionally, The IoT Marketplace enables a wide range of off-the-shelf IoT solutions to serve the growing market of vertical solutions. Read more.

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EsRadio – Alicia Asín

EsRadio – Alicia Asín

June 6th, 2019 - Libelium

The intimist EsRadio show’s “Constructores de sentido” interviews Alicia Asin, Libelium CEO. In the conversation with her host, Reyes Lambea, Alicia Asín reveals some personal points of view about books, movies and other culture inputs that build the sense of our future. Listen to the complete interview here (in Spanish) here.

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IoT Survey: key concerns and barriers to develop successful projects

IoT Survey: key concerns and barriers to develop successful projects

June 4th, 2019 - Libelium

As a continuation of the article “10 tips for successful IoT projects” and with the aim of powering the IoT revolution, Libelium has carried out a report on the main challenges, concerns and barriers faced while developing technological projects related with the Internet of Things.

The survey was conducted for 12 weeks and has reached the participation of 637 experts from more than 250 companies and 5 continents, including Acciona, Amazon, BSH, Capgemini, Dell, Ericsson, HP or NEC, among others.

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APD: Tech for Business – 18 June 2019, Madrid (ES)

APD: Tech for Business – 18 June 2019, Madrid (ES)

May 29th, 2019 - Libelium

Ana Bernal, Libelium Business Development will participate in Tech for Business Congress, in the second session “New Horizon Cloud and Edge Computing”, on 18th June in Madrid.

The congress will take place on 18th June in ImpactHub Picasso (Madrid).

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Smart Water technology provides safe and clean water to Indigenous communities in Canada

Smart Water technology provides safe and clean water to Indigenous communities in Canada

May 22nd, 2019 - Libelium

In November 2015 there were 105 long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on Canadian indigenous reserves that affected more than 10,000 homes and community buildings. In March 2021 it is projected there will be 0. This ambitious improvement will be possible thanks to the application of the Internet of Things.

The First Nations represents more than 50 nations and 50 indigenous languages from 634 communities in Canada. More than 1.67 million people in Canada identify themselves as an Indigenous person (according to the 2016 Census). About half of them live in provinces of Ontario and British Columbia.

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