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.
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.
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.
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.
The use of weather stations in IoT projects is commonly widespread in solution development related to precision agriculture. They are also a feature in the control of adverse atmospheric phenomena and study of pollution towards the prevention of climate change.