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.
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.
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.