FULCRUM engineering, thanks to its eNatura system (enatura.eus), is responsible for monitoring environmental impacts, using a series of Libelium sensors to monitor parameters related to the environmental impact during the construction of highway, the Bilbao Metropolitan South Bypass.
In Sardinia, Consulmedia, a systems integrator with valuable experience on this Italian island, has developed an Agriculture 4.0 project using data from Libelium sensors.
Livestock is in the spotlight due to its high contamination. Agricultural pollution is released into the environment as a result of the cultivation and raising of livestock, food crops, animal feed, and biofuel crops. IoT with Libelium, Business Intelligence and Blockchain technology work together to reduce methane emissions in a cattle farm.
Adroit, distributor of Libelium smart water technology in New Zealand, aids producers on the journey of continual efficiency and sustainability improvement, to achieve an A+, in the world-leading sustainable aquaculture standards program. Two of Adroit’s most recent projects are helping both salmon and mussel producers to meet these standards of sustainability, quality and efficiency.
From running her father’s grocery store, Zoilo Ríos Gracia came up with the idea of incorporating a fuel pump and then Zoilo Ríos, S.A. was established, with the first pump located in the industrial estate “El Portazgo”, Zaragoza, Spain. Today, Grupo Zoilo Ríos is a gas and other services station chain with twenty lots and is discovering the benefits of IoT. A new twist in its business strategy in which Libelium’s technology has assisted.
The heterogeneity in Hungary’s agriculture coupled with the lack of digitization makes it difficult to make informed decisions to improve production. To help the national agricultural sector, Széchenyi István University has designed a smart agriculture project with Libelium Agriculture, Water and Environmental sensors, which they have named the “Field Monitoring Laboratory”.