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.
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.
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.