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» Quick report: IoT technology for retail through smartphone detection system

Challenge: Increasing revenues, reducing costs and optimizing business process are the main benefits that IoT technology provides to retailers.

Smartphone detection technology is very useful to analyze mall traffic both pedestrian and vehicular. Discover in a new report how Libelium’s Meshlium Scanner system provides applications related to shopping and street activities

» IoT helps to reach Sustainable Development Goals 2030 to transform our world

Challenge: Libelium resumes in a report how IoT technology works in favour of the SDGs and which projects have been deployed worldwide according to each objective.

Libelium values and encourages the prioritization of sustainability goals to maximize the impact that the IoT can provide for a better world. Especially considering that the Social Development Goals, promoted by the United Nations, cover the three dimensions of sustainable development.

» IoT Survey: key concerns and barriers to develop successful projects

Challenge: The report allows the identification of the profile of IoT professionals, their experience and their top demands developing projects such as the main difficulties to address.

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.

» Libelium unites benefits of Smart Cities IoT solutions for air quality monitoring

Challenge: By 2050, outdoor air pollution is projected to become the top cause of environmentally related deaths worldwide. How the IoT can collaborate on the control of pollution, air quality, industrial environment or farming.

More than 500,000 people dead prematurely every year due to poor air quality in Europe. The biggest problem coming from Particulate Matter, nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and ozone (O3). The Common Air Quality Index (CAQI) is an air quality index used in Europe since 2006. The European Environment Agency started encouraging its use on websites and for other ways of informing the public about air quality.

As a pioneer in the Internet of Things sector, Libelium unites all benefits and most demanded features from the Smart Cities–Air Quality market in a new Quick Report. A document showing how the Internet of Things can collaborate on key dimensions such as: environment protection, urban planning, social cohesion or risk prevention. Read more.

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

Challenge: Key benefits and most demanded features of the IoT technology for Smart Water Solutions' market. How the IoT helps improving water management.

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.

» Libelium summarizes the most demanded features of IoT technology for Smart Agriculture in a new Quick Report

Challenge: Key benefits and most demanded features of the IoT technology for Smart Agriculture Solutions' market

Improving agricultural productivity requires investments in smart IoT technologies. This allows agricultural producers to obtain data for better controlling crop growth, preventing losses caused by adverse weather conditions or infectious pests and thus, facilitating the return on investments.

As the return on investments can be quantified in terms of actual numbers, Libelium has summarized in this new Quick Report the direct benefits of a Smart Agriculture Solution and the most demanded features that producers look for. Read more.

» Libelium Publishes a Quick Report about Smart Parking IoT Solution

Challenge: Key benefits and most demanded features of the IoT technology for Smart Parking Solutions' market

The hype of the smart cities is unstoppable and everybody discusses about how the technology will improve our daily life. As pioneer in the Internet of Things and Smart Cities market, Libelium offers new strategic content with a series of quick reports to bring up and summarize the benefits and characteristics that the IoT technology provides to improve citizens' quality of life. Read more.

» Libelium presents a white paper with 50 real IoT success stories after ten years of experience in the market

Challenge: Summarizing 50 of the most successful projects developed with Waspmote sensor platform for smart cities, agriculture, water, logistics, parking, eHealth or environment industries.

With the aim to unveil its horizontal approach to the IoT market, Libelium has launched a new white paper to present 50 real smart projects deployed in 120 countries all over the world. The IoT company has summarized its most successful and appealing stories, developed with Libelium technology and its partners ecosystem, for the main verticals of the market. The white paper includes real IoT projects for Environment care, water management, precission agriculture, smart cities, parking management, smart building, smart factory, logistics, retail and eHealth. Read more.

» White Paper: Enabling the Smart Agriculture Revolution

Challenge: This report is focused on Smart Agriculture sector and its aim is to analyse the state and trends of the Internet of Things related to Precision Farming

Developing Smart Agriculture with IoT technologies is a must if, according to the FAO of the UN, by 2050 worldwide food production should increase by 70% to feed 9.6 billion people. Libelium and Beecham Research are increasing and spreading the knowledge on Smart Agriculture as one of the key applications in the IoT market with the publication of a white paper offering a deep insight on how wireless sensor networks can impact in reducing crop loses and increasing production. Read more.