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Case Studies

Reducing Logistics’ environmental impact by air quality monitoring in the Baltic Sea Port of Gdansk, Poland.

More than 84% of world trade is mobilized by maritime transport. The integration of land transport with ports has become essential and has had an impact in the complexity of logistics connections. The dynamic nature and importance of maritime transport have repercussions on the environment in the form of noise and air pollution or traffic congestion, among others. Despite the fact that CO2 emissions of container vessels are, comparatively, much lower than air freight emissions, a very large 18,000 TEU container vessel emits 3 grams of CO2 per tonne/kilometer. Recent studies also suggest that maritime transport contributes to 3.5 – 4% of the pollution with sulfur, a highly carcinogenic agent.

Air quality application based on IoT unites technology and healthy lifestyle.

BeitMisk is a private community located in a beautiful natural setting that enjoys a good environment with clean air quality. One of the main objectives of the ideologists of this new city was to guarantee the quality of the air and to offer this information to the tenants in a smart way. On the hills and with sea views, twenty minutes away from Beirut, is located BeitMisk residential area. This new city concept joins self-sufficiency with ecology. Its green areas represent 80% of the district with more than 200,000 new trees, irrigated with recycled rainfall water.

Monitoring aquatic and environmental parameters at the coldest weather conditions to encourage salmon spawning and reduce pollution in Oslo.

Being Norway one of the world’s largest exporters of fish, activities such as trout and salmon spawn, which takes place from October to December in the Norwegian rivers, become crucial. As one of the first ThingFarm has developed an IoT solution for monitoring the water quality and conditions for living organisms, fishes and plants in rivers and sea.Within the last months of the year, salmons and trouts spawn in rivers all over Norway. It is said that salmons have the ability of returning to their birth place to reproduce and spawn their eggs, guided by their sense of smell and chemistry of the river. To know if all parameters are adapted and stable for the fishes to spawn eggs, knowing the river and water conditions is of great value.

Libelium’s IoT sensors platform helps to control environmental impact on Palma de Mallorca’s harbor to become a smart tourist destination.

Cruises have undergone an exponential growth in the last few years. More and more tourists choose to spend their holidays on board of one of those cruisers increasing the maritime traffic arriving at harbor. Among their favorite destinations there is the Mediterranean Sea, where Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca’s harbors lead the ranking of passengers welcoming.

Smart City project in Ljubljana Shopping and Business Centre to follow its Green Mission strategy.

Air pollution is one of the major environment risks to health. According to a report from WHO cutting down gases and pollutants emissions can reduce the burden of hearth and respiratory diseases like stroke, lung cancer and asthma. In fact this pollution generated by vehicles, industries and energy production kills 800,000 people annually by Health and Environment Linkages Initiative. Noise pollution is the second cause of illness for environmental reasons after air pollution in Europe. Traffic congestion, civil works or industry in urban areas impact adversely exposing people to high sound levels. This exposure can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases and also high blood pressure.