Monitoring of biodiversity air quality, atmospheric conditions, and light pollution

Measurement and control of naturalization elements (trees, birds), atmospheric conditions, air quality, and noise, among others.

Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be used to monitor biodiversity, assess air quality, track pollution (both environmental and noise), and manage irrigation.

Understanding the main aspects and impacts that urban activities have allows for the implementation of the necessary actions to achieve sustainable development.

Practical applications for this type of services

Devices and technologies for the following applications of this family of services will be validated in the laboratory.

Conductivity, salinity and temperature probe

Measurement probe for conductivity (temperature-compensated and non-compensated), salinity, and temperature. Requires connection to a Libelium device for data management, suitable for urban/industrial water treatment and monitoring of surface, marine, or aquaculture waters. Year of market release: More information


Outdoor multisensor

This multisensor, connected via cable to a gateway from the same manufacturer, transmits measurement data of parameters such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, as well as specific parameters like air pressure, ultraviolet radiation, and illumination level. Year of market release:


Anemometer, Wind vane and Pluviometer

 Conductivity measurement probe compensated in temperature and not compensated in temperature, salinity and temperature. It requires connecting to another Libelium device to manage the data and its main applications are urban and industrial water treatment, monitoring of water on the surface, in the sea or in fish farms. Year of market release: More Information


Temperature and humidity sensor

Temperature and humidity sensor that requires connection to another Libelium device (One, for example) to send the data taken at the station. The frequency of data collection is managed from the device to which it is connected. Yeor of market release:


Air Quality Station

Libelium’s new Air Quality Station allows the measurement of the five most important pollutant gases (CO, NO, NO2, SO2, and O3) as well as particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10), weather conditions, and noise levels. The device includes communication via 4G, and rich remote management thanks to advanced cloud that facilitates OTA (over the air) programming and reconfiguration. […]



The IoT technology can be used in a wide range of smart city services to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of municipal public services.