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Proteus water sensor for realtime detecting e.coli bacteria in rivers

Proteus water sensor for realtime detecting e.coli bacteria in rivers

April 13th, 2020 - Libelium

The Proteus is a new sensor for Plug&sense! Smart Water Xtreme. This multi-parameter probe uses fluorescence to monitor BOD, COD, TOC and Total coliforms (and variations there upon) in real-time. It provides users with a robust, repeatable, low maintenance sensor platform for measuring coliforms in real-time, no lab needed, including E. coli bacteria. It is [...]

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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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Drones, Sensors and Blockchain for water quality control in the Volga river to promote trustworthy data and transparency

Drones, Sensors and Blockchain for water quality control in the Volga river to promote trustworthy data and transparency

November 28th, 2018 - Libelium

In Russia, approximately 70% of drinking water comes from surface, while the rest comes from groundwater. Unfortunately, water pollution is a major issue in this country, with more than 10 million Russians currently lacking access to quality drinking water. According to the Russian regulatory bodies, around 35 to 60% of total reserves of drinking water do not meet sanitary standards. This fact favors the proliferation of health issues in many cities and villages across the country, as only 8% of the wastewater is correctly treated before being returned to the waterways.

Airalab Rus, Smart IoT Distributions (Libelium’s distributor in Russia) and the Tolyatti State University have developed the project “Drone on the Volga” to measure water pollution in the Kuybyshev Reservoir, the largest water reservoir in Eurasia, located in the Volga river (in Samara Oblast). Read more.

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Quick Report: Smart Water IoT solutions to fight against climate change and scarcity

Quick Report: Smart Water IoT solutions to fight against climate change and scarcity

November 21st, 2018 - Libelium

Water scarcity enforces humankind to find new ways of smart water management. 2.1 billion people do not have access to clean and safe drinking water at home, and there are huge inequalities between countries. Water demand is expected to increase by 1/3 by 2050, since climate change and population growth are the main challenges for water.

Libelium continues its series of reports with the Smart Water IoT Solution Quick Report. The document summarizes all the benefits, advantages and the most demanded features that stakeholders look for. This new report shows how the Internet of Things can help to improve water management issues such as consumption, water usage improvement and cost reduction. Read more.

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Libelium pushes the Water Quality Market ahead with its new Smart Water Xtreme Monitoring Platform

Libelium pushes the Water Quality Market ahead with its new Smart Water Xtreme Monitoring Platform

November 13th, 2018 - Libelium

Libelium improves the accuracy and robustness of its new Smart Water Xtreme Monitoring Platform based on IoT technology. The enhanced device includes top market performance sensors from the most prestigious manufacturers for applications such as potable water monitoring, fish farms management, chemical leakage detection, remote measurement of swimming pools and spas, and seawater pollution.

Population growth and climate change impact directly in water scarcity, one of the main sustainable challenges faced by IoT technology providing benefits like consumption reduction up to 10% or wastage and leakage decreasing up to 20%. Read more.

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The IoT Marketplace by Libelium shows at IoT Solutions World Congress more than 100 solutions to improve sustainability and competitiveness

The IoT Marketplace by Libelium shows at IoT Solutions World Congress more than 100 solutions to improve sustainability and competitiveness

September 26th, 2018 - Libelium

Libelium participates in IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona with The IoT Marketplace as the guest star of the booth. This online store actually offers more than 100 kits ready to be deployed, including hardware devices and software visualization, for different applications that improve the sustainability and the competitiveness. The most demanded solutions exhibited revolves around monitoring different agriculture crops, water quality management, fish farms supervision, air quality control, applications for smart buildings and factories, fire and flood prevention, smart parking, among others.

Libelium is present at The IoT Solutions World Congress 2018

The IoT Solutions World Congress, to be held in Barcelona between the 16th and the 18th October 2018, is a unique event dedicated exclusively to join IoT providers with different productive sectors to increase their productivity via this disruptive technology. Read more.

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