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