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.
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.
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.
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.