Libelium’s latest innovations on its popular IoT Platform

This year, Libelium will focus on its new IoT Sensor Platform worldwide certified with important improvements for the sensor nodes Waspmote and Plug & Sense! and the IoT gateway Meshlium. The devices are now faster, more accurate, energy-saving and compliant with the latest radio andcloud technologies in the market.

The new IoT Smart Cities Platform will also be displayed at the booth. It enhances accuracy in
noise level and air quality pollution sensors to combat climate change and prevent the impact in citizens health. Libelium has improved its sensors design according to regulations of noise and environmental control.

Libelium also displays real projects developed with five partners: Thingworx,
Egle.io, Telit, Spark Compass and Arrow. Thingworx will show a demo deployed in three areas
around Boston (downtown, industrial area, residential neighborhood) to control and calculate air quality index. Besides, alerts have been set to create notifications when the air quality is
reaching an unhealthy level so corrective actions can be taken.

Eagle.io will display a Smart Water Solution to improve and simplify remote water quality monitoring in rivers, lakes, fish farms or the sea. The platform allows to store, visualize in real time and alert on time series data for portfolios of connected devices. For its part, Telit will offer a live demonstration of their IoT portal and Industrial IoT (IIoT) platform with the collection and visualization of data from a PLC and various Waspmote sensors connected to
Meshlium at Telit’s booth.

Rosecroft is a historic estate in San Diego, California. Total Communicator Solutions, Inc. has
developed there a Living Lab that includes Libelium sensors to get Air quality, Agricultural and Parking data. The dashboard will show live streaming data at our booth through the Spark
Compass platform.

Arrow will represent a smart city with our sensor platforms and use cases to demonstrate sense and react capabilities of Arrow platform.

For further details, visit http://www.libelium.com
 

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