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Sensing a cleaner future

The new platform offers higher precision and aims to help increase a city’s capillarity

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The new sensors, certified worldwide, offer enhanced accuracy for noise level and air quality
The new sensors, certified worldwide, offer enhanced accuracy for noise level and air quality
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“Up to 3.7 million people die yearly in the world due to exposure to pollution in cities”

The new sound level sensor can be placed outdoors as it includes a waterproof microphone

Libelium is presenting its new Internet of Things (IoT) smart cities platform that improves the control of environmental emissions and sound pollution at the Smart City Expo World Congress event in Barcelona.

 

They are certified to legislative requirements and claim to provide a higher precision of accuracy. “The accuracy of these sensors and the fact of being wireless communicated with any Cloud platform in real time make them the perfect complement to extend the capillarity of these services in Smart Cities” said David Gascón, Libelium chief technology officer.

 

Alicia Asín, Libelium, CEO of Libelium said that traffic noise and air pollution together represent the most important environmental risk factors in urbanised societies and the increased awareness of the societal burden of these factors is intensifying the efforts for effective legislation.

 

“Up to 3.7 million people die yearly in the world due to exposure to pollution in cities. The UN Climate Change Conference COP22 is agreeing to implement climate finance to reduce gas emissions so developed countries have a commitment to invest $100 billion annually by 2020 and the smart cities market needs accurate technology to comply with legislation”, said Asín.

 

Libelium has improved its sensors design according to regulations of noise and environmental control. A new set of factory-calibrated gas sensors allows to calculate the AQI (Air Quality Index) following international worldwide directives, measuring CO, NO, NO2, SO2 and dust/particle matter (PM1/PM2.5/PM10). This new generation of gas sensors offers extra accuracy detecting variations as small as 0.1 ppm in many cases.

 

The new sound level sensor can be placed outdoors as it includes a waterproof microphone. It has been designed following the specifications of the IEC 61672 standard for sonometers with an accuracy of +/-0.5dBA. The value given by the sensor is the Leq (Equivalent Continuous Sound Level), a magnitude used in regulations of noise control at workplaces and outdoors and perfect for the creation of sound level maps.

 

Libelium’s Plug&Sense! smart cities platform is fully certified with CE (Europe), FCC (US), IC (Canada), ANATEL (Brazil), RCM (Australia), PTCRB (US) and AT&T (US).

 

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