The International Space Station has enabled the installation of powerful antennas that pick up all kinds of signals, however weak and distant they may be, as well as having an orbit that covers almost the entire surface of the Earth twice a day. ICARUS has its own Internet of Things (IoT) system: the animals carry small transmitters that send data to the Space Station, which is then collected and sent to a station on Earth for Big Data.
These transmitters carry a solar panel, a battery and a sensor, in addition to being compatible with the animal. They can store 500 MB and the access to the data is done from the Cloud, being recyclable and with a useful life that exceeds beyond that of the animal. Using GPS, acceleration is also measured and environmental conditions are recorded.
The project plays a decisive role in the study of climate change, monitoring what environmental changes the movements of species respond to. Natural disasters can also be predicted, as many animals behave differently hours before they occur; worldwide, 900 animal species already have mini-transmitters implanted for the global Big Data. Thanks to an App that anyone can install on their smartphone, interested parties can follow a bird, feline or fish as it migrates and is tracked in real time.
Nubeprint monitors any brand and type of printer (inkjet, laser, large format, label and 3D), allowing distributors to manage fleets in and track consumables to prevent any from going missing and check their performance.
The Nubeprint App for smartphone allows you to monitor the printer via mobile, ideal for the teleworker or home customer, alerting them when they need to change a cartridge before it runs out: the printer will always be ready, with no last-minute unpleasantness, and the cartridges are tracked to ensure they are managed within the circular economy.
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