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Libelium releases new IoT Sensor Platform worldwide certified

Libelium releases new IoT Sensor Platform worldwide certified

October 25th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelium presents a new generation of Waspmote, the most complete Internet of Things platform in the market with worldwide certifications. This movement consolidates the company as a key player in the IoT after 10 years of business expertise.

Libelium Waspmote and Plug & Sense! families increase monitoring capabilities to 120 sensors to cover hundreds of IoT applications such as Smart Water, Smart Environment, Smart Cities, Smart Agriculture, Smart Parking, etc. Some of the existing air and water sensors have been upgraded for better precision on particles measurement (ppm’s). The new version includes also actuators to control DC units such as irrigation valves, thermostats, illumination systems, motors, PLC’s, etc. Finally, new energy saving modes extend nodes lifetime from 5 to 10 years. Read more.


New generation of Libelium products: Waspmote OEM, Waspmote Plug & Sense! and Meshlium Gateway

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Precision Farming to control irrigation and improve fertilization strategies on corn crops

Precision Farming to control irrigation and improve fertilization strategies on corn crops

September 28th, 2016 - Libelium

Omica is an Italian start-up focused on Smart Agriculture. Its mission is developing innovative products that integrate new disrupting technologies such as the Internet of Things. In collaboration with Libelium technology they have deployed a wireless sensor network to improve crops yields by identifying less productive zones and also monitoring crop water and fertilizer requirements during the growth period.Read more.

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Saving water with Smart Irrigation System in Barcelona

Saving water with Smart Irrigation System in Barcelona

August 29th, 2016 - Libelium

Starlab, together with other companies, has deployed a remote control irrigation system for Barcelona that will help to reinforce its Smart City status. Starlab’s contribution to the service is by soil moisture monitoring with in situ probes that use Libelium technology . The deployment is based on sensors technology and consists in allowing remote control of the irrigation system to facilitate the management of the water network. Read more.

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The IoT Marketplace adds ten new ready-to-be-deployed solutions for smart cities, buildings, water and environmental solution

The IoT Marketplace adds ten new ready-to-be-deployed solutions for smart cities, buildings, water and environmental solution

June 21st, 2016 - Libelium

Today, at Sensors Expo, Libelium has launched ten new kits for The IoT Marketplace with applications for Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Water Management and Environmental Control. The company keeps on expanding interoperability and facilitating the access to end solutions in the IoT.

Following up with the integration of new Cloud platforms to deliver fully integrated IoT solutions, The IoT Marketplace -launched by Libelium on March 2016- will add new kits featuring solutions in Smart Cities, water management, smart buildings and environmental control. These kits work out of the box and offer complete solutions from sensors to Cloud to speed up IoT adoption. Read more.

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New Ion Sensor Probes “PRO” for Smart Water

New Ion Sensor Probes “PRO” for Smart Water

June 14th, 2016 - Libelium

As requested by many of our clients we are adding new Ion Sensor Probes for the Plug & Sense! Smart Water Ions and the Sensor board (OEM version).

These new sensor probes are named as “PRO” as they offer a better calibration cycle (they keep calibrated more days than the current probes). The underlying technology is not based on liquid chemicals but in solid membranes made of nanotubes of carbon so they simple last more time with the right calibration that the regular probes. The only drawback is that they are also more expensive. Read more.

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Traffic and Road Conditions Monitoring in Malaga

Traffic and Road Conditions Monitoring in Malaga

June 1st, 2016 - Libelium

Project developed in Málaga by a research group from Málaga University. The main aim is to save time in matter of traffic management in Smart Cities by means of a wireless sensor network based on Libelium Waspmote Sensor Platform. This project provides real-time data that can be shown in the SCADA interface Read more.

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Monitoring the largest Gold mine in Thailand

Monitoring the largest Gold mine in Thailand

May 18th, 2016 - Libelium

Akara Resources is the leading gold producer in Thailand owning the largest and most important gold mine in the country: Chatree. The mine´s air quality will be monitored by Libelium’s Waspmote Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform in real-time and stored using EnviroSuite’s Air Quality Module. The archived data can be accessed for use in compliance reporting and back tracking for accountability. Read more.

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Rain forest monitoring for climate change control in Peru

Rain forest monitoring for climate change control in Peru

May 3rd, 2016 - Libelium

RFID Radical Solutions offers M2M wireless communications solutions for companies of different areas. The objective of this project is monitoring weather and water conditions in one of the most well-known nature reserves: National Park of Manú in Peru. In order to collect data, Waspmote Plug & Sense! Smart Environment and Agriculture have been installed in the zone. Read more.

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Water and Air Quality Monitoring in Civil Works

Water and Air Quality Monitoring in Civil Works

March 17th, 2016 - Libelium

VisionTech4Life is an initiative promoted by companies and research centers to know and mitigate the environmental effects which implies any civil work. In this sense, Erabi has used Libelium Waspmote Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform devices in order to monitor environmental and water quality parameters in “Villaperez” water treatment plant, in Oviedo, Asturias. Read more

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