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”.
Port cities suffer from one more source of air pollution than any other inland city.
In the Balearic Islands, knowing that air quality has been a priority for European ports since 2013, they wanted to understand if the ferries and cruise ships that docked in their port polluted more or less than any other factor. Now, Libelium’s IoT sensor platform helps to control the environmental impact in the port of Palma de Mallorca to become a smart tourist destination.
Libelium’s Smart Tracking solution allows Querqus to know when one of their trucks enters and leaves the customers and suppliers facilities. Querqus is a company dedicated to the purchase, storage, construction, and repair of pallets. Its main business is pallet management.
Inland regions of Spain, such as Aragon, encourage active tourism to boost the economy of the region. In this adventure tourism, monitoring water can indicate which areas are cleanest and safest for adventurers. Thus, the good health of the rivers has a direct impact on the local economy.
A restaurant in New Zealand has placed a NB-IoT enabled Libelium Plug & Sense! Smart Environment device in their kitchen allowing indoor air quality monitoring. So they can prevent smoke and fire leaks that could affect both the premises and the rest of the building.
Libelium’s smart parking technology is helping one of the biggest hotels in the centre of Madrid to optimize the performance of its parking spaces. The main objective of the platform is the management of the parking lots and the users that utilise the spaces in their different formats: temporary use reserved spaces for special occasions and assignment.
Scotland, UK uses Libelium Smart Water devices to monitor the water quality of salmon sea farms. The sensors deployed at farms around the archipelago allow staff to measure pH, oxygen, salinity and temperature levels and keep a close eye on the well-being of their stock 24 hours.
In order to combat congestion in the city and improve accessibility for disabled citizens, Huesca, Spain, has installed Libelium’s smart parking sensor solution in 190 disabled parking lots to help detect occupancy and ensure there are enough spaces for those that need them.
The Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) is an international centre for research and consultancy in engineering related geosciences headquartered in Oslo. They have worldwide partnerships identifying solutions and assisting authorities and industry in cleaning up contaminated soil, rock, sediment and groundwater. For one of these solutions it was assisted by Libelium devices with successful results.
Equimodal, a company based in Zaragoza(Spain), has integrated the Libelium fever sensor to the containers that they manufacture, which added to hand and footwear disinfection, as containers can be placed at the entrance to the centre where people must pass through.
Retail stores have joined the normality of using IoT technology to help stop the spread of COVID 19. One such a store is Bee Lion which located in Zaragoza (Spain), it has installed the Libelium fever kit.
Several Libelium air quiality sensors calibrated with the reference stations have been installed in specific locations depending on the density of inhabitants, outdoor activities and especially vulnerable areas such as hospitals, schools or parks.
City Council hired a local company, Integra to install Libelium Meshlium Scanners at access points of the Luis Buñuel Water Park in Zaragoza, Spain. The scanners detect the entrance and exit of people and vehicles to the park as well as the time of stay.
City of Messina has a project, MeSm@RT, that helps to create a portal dedicated to environmental and land monitoring with the use of results by citizens in various forms. It uses Libelium sensors along with geographic information and other public data sources.
Elmec Informatica, has fully automated its headquarters in Brunello (Varese, Italy) with the IoT, in association with its partner, Everynet. One of their projects also includes charging stations for electric cars placed for employees.
Russia is moving towards dairy Smart Farming by incorporating new techniques, the Internet of Things, machine learning and genetically modified cattle breeding.
IoT tools make it possible to know customers better than ever before and provide information to tailor offerings accordingly. This helps enhance customer experience in shopping centres.
The city of Cuenca in Ecuador uses Libelium technology to reduce noise pollution levels. The installation of seven Plug & Sense! Smart Cities PRO with Noise Level Sensor allows the creation of a noise map with the highest sound pressure level.
Libelium’s IoT technology contributes to heritage preservation monitoring of two historic masterpieces
Libelium and the Huesca Museum developed a research project combining art and technology, for the preservation of two important tapestry masterpieces.
MySignals helps to improve medical assistance for the Sahrawi population in North Africa, at the Sahara desert, being the largest warm desert in the world.
Libelium’s partner company Aridea Solutions are currently performing a joint pilot project with its partner SaskTel using the Plug and Sense! platform to help predict harmful water levels for a water treatment facility.
Preventing asthma attacks in children with a sensor network that monitors air quality conditions in play areas
Engineers of the Airalab Rus team had the idea to install a modern automatic sensor provided by Libelium in several play areas. This project features a system of sensors that monitor air quality around, it allows the state and its citizens to obtain trusted data and use it along with the information from stationary posts.
New vineyard project developed with Libelium IoT platform on Agrotech, the app for crop management, powered by Efor and Ibercaja on Microsoft Azure
Efor works with Libelium on Agrotech project, and uses smart technologies and artificial intelligence to help farmers to make a more efficient consumption of natural resources and know which is the best moment for sowing, irrigating, fertilizing or harvesting.
Air pollution in Greece has been a serious environmental problem in the last decades. Rapid and disorganized urbanization of cities, lack of infrastructure and an increasing motor vehicle fleet in urban regions were the main causes of air quality deterioration in the...
In 2017, the Manchester Airport was the third busiest airport in the United Kingdom with more than 27 million passengers.
The environmental report of ESPO (The European Sea Ports Organisation) for 2018 shows that air quality remains the main priority of European ports. Aware of this, the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands has been working hard since 2016 to also know the level of air quality, capacity, alignment with the Environmental Policy of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands.
Drones, Sensors and Blockchain for water quality control in the Volga river to promote trustworthy data and transparency
In Russia, approximately 70% of drinking water comes from surface, while the rest comes from groundwater. Twenty-five per cent of the world’s fresh water is located in Russian territories.
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.
MySignals is an eHealth IoT Development platform for remote health monitoring, equipped with 17 different sensors that measure the most important vital signs.
Health surveillance is one of the objectives of the occupational risk prevention regulations. Companies develop active prevention policies and promote healthy habits among their workers to improve their health and prevent accidents at work.