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.