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Meshlium Scanner to monitor passengers’ activity at Manchester Airport

Meshlium Scanner to monitor passengers’ activity at Manchester Airport

January 22nd, 2019 - Libelium

In 2017, the Manchester Airport was the third busiest airport in the United Kingdom with more than 27 million passengers. Thanks to a steady annual growth between 5 and 10% in the last years, the airport is currently undergoing an expansion program to extend its capacity in more than 50 million passengers annually.

Innotech Insights Ltd. chose Libelium’s Meshlium Scanner to detect smartphones and cellular devices, measuring people’s movements inside the airport. Six devices were installed across the terminals in order to understand flows, detect and prevent eventual bottlenecks and especially ensure people’s security. Read more.

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Smartphone detection scanner to identify volume of visitors and behaviors in United Kingdom fair

Smartphone detection scanner to identify volume of visitors and behaviors in United Kingdom fair

January 23rd, 2018 - Libelium

The “Bolton Food and Drink Festival” is celebrated every summer in the town of Bolton, located in Greater Manchester (United Kingdom). It is an event which unites different flavors and tastes from all over the world. The organization requires control over the presence and behavior of the attendants.

Innotech Concepts was selected by the festival organizers to manage a project to monitor visitors data. The start-up chose Libelium’s Meshlium Scanner to deploy this project at the Bolton Food and Drink Festival. Scanning WiFi and Bluetooth devices in the festival area allowed the organizers to study the demand and conduct of the visitors in real-time. 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 Meshlium IoT Gateway to monitor pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles. 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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