University of Murcia, represented by Dr Antonio Skarmeta, have been presenting at the IndTech16 (Amsterdam) the results of the Spanish National Project CICYT EDISON and partially European SMARTIE FP7 project.
More concretely Dr. Skarmeta introduced to Industrial tech experts several IOT solutions developed for Precision Agriculture and Smart Farming that provide remote control of soils for fertilization optimization and hydric fingerprint among other benefits .
Presentation was realized during the Collaborative Enterprising Ecosystem & Business Models for Smart Manufacturing session on 23th June 2016.
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Some of the Software/Hardware solutions are based on Country Explorer © , platform developed and commercialized by Odin Solutions ( UMU Spin-off) that incorporate multiple technologies in the frontier of innovation and standardization. See LORA-WAN based Diameter Maintenance and Extensions (DIME) ietf draft for more information.
OdinSolutions S.L. is a technological company based in Murcia, with experienced personal working in the design, development and application of products for the monitoring and tele-management of infrastructures. With multidisciplinary and enterprising character, the team of OdinS work everyday to face new challenges of a society that is becoming more connected and technological. The goal of OdinS is to design flexible, open and interoperable products able to connect to infrastructures and mobile devices, and manage intelligently their behaviour. Odin solutions develop also City explorer and Mobilty Explorer for Smart Cities solutions
The University of Murcia (Spanish: Universidad de Murcia) is the main university in Murcia, Spain. With 38,000 students, it is the largest university in the Región de Murcia.
Industrial Technologies 2016 is an associated event tying in with the Netherlands EU Presidency. The conference has been organised by the following leading parties in the Dutch industrial innovation ecosystem: the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, FME employers’ organisation (manufacturing industries), HTSM and TNO (high-tech industry and related research), the Dutch Smart Industry Initiative (digitisation of industry), ISPT and the Energy and Chemicals Top Sectors (process industries), NanoNextNL (applied nanotechnologies) and the Materials Innovation Institute (M2i) (advanced materials).
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