Libelium adds LoRaWAN and Sigfox Coverage for Australia, Asia-PAC and LATAM

Libelium continues powering the Internet of Things (IoT) adding LoRaWAN and Sigfox wireless connectivity for Australia to Waspmote Plug & Sense! and Smart Parking sensor devices. The Spanish IoT company adds new coverage to its wireless sensor network with Sigfox RC4 radio and with LoRaWAN AU915-928 radio.

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Libelium releases a cloud programming software service for the IoT

At Smart City Expo in Barcelona (Spain), Libelium has unveiled a cloud software service to enhance its wireless sensor platform with intelligence based solutions. The Spanish company has released the first Programming Cloud Service that will reduce development costs,

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Cardiff City Council set to unveil Europe’s first citywide deployment of bay sensor technology

Aiming to ensure that Cardiff in Wales is a high quality, attractive and liveable smart city, Cardiff City Council is using innovative technology to deliver tangible service improvements in city management, with a wide range of applications across council functions.

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New Smart Parking by Libelium includes double radio with LoRaWAN and Sigfox

Recently at Intertraffic, Libelium presented the new version of Waspmote Plug&Sense! Smart Parking, the solution for Smart Cities that allows citizens to detect available parking spots.

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Parkeon opts for Sierra Wireless modules to enable connectivity in new smart parking systems

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona & London, UK –  Parkeon, a global provider of parking, transit and urban mobility solutions, has selected Sierra Wireless‘s (NASDAQ:SWIR) (TSX:SW) AirPrime® HL Series embedded modules to enable cellular connectivity in smart parking deployments worldwide.

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Fruitless search for a parking space could be at an end for drivers in the New Zealand capital

Smart Parking has concluded negotiations with Wellington City Council and has been awarded the $1.4 million 5 year contract for the provision of 3,000 parking sensors in the Wellington CBD street parking areas.

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Trash talking, smart cities and the IoT

Many of the things happening in today’s Smart Cities could more honestly be labeled as “progress”.  Smart Parking, Smart Homes and the like are just the next steps on a journey that perhaps began by replacing the cry of “gardyloo”1 with city plumbing.

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Smart parking – key projects for smart cities, a report by Beecham Research

Introduction The initial momentum on smart cities was focused around solving the specific problems of cities, problems that have been critical for a long time. We could call that an application-centric approach to smart cities. This was the case for urban mobility, particularly car mobility. Smart parking solutions were soon identified as important projects for

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Tinynode presents its smart parking Wireless Vehicle Detection Systems at Parkopolis

Tinynode SA, the Swiss company specialising in wireless vehicle detection systems established in 2012 and recently integrated in Paradox Engineering’s ecosystem, is showcasing its smart parking solutions at Parkopolis 2015. The international event covers parking and urban mobility and is taking place in Paris, Porte de Versailles, on June 17 and 18, 2015.

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Deutsche Telekom and Kiunsys install smart parking project in Pisa

Pisa, Italy and Bonn, Germany, June 24, 2014 –The lengthy search for a free parking spot could be a thing of the past in the Italian city of Pisa, following the launch of a smart city pilot project to test an intelligent parking system and analyse historical traffic data via a big data service. The system

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Smart parking systems could improve health and the future of our cities, says new Beecham report

Smart Parking could relieve congestion, reduce driver frustration, improve health and give a vital boost to the future of our cities, says Dr Therese Cory, the principal author of a new report by Beecham Research. “Road systems provide the vital arteries for commercial and business activities but parking has become a major problem in all

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Sensor checks parking spaces to make life easier for motorists

Wireless sensor network company Libelium has launched its Waspmote-based Smart Parking platform. The sensor – part of its Smart Cities range – is designed to be buried in parking spaces and detect the arrival and departure of vehicles.

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