• Interview of our CEO to Water Portal iAgua
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    In an interview with the Water Portal iAgua , our CEO ponders the role of intelligent water management systems within the Smart City paradigm.
    Link to the interview in Spanish
     
    José Javier de las Heras is CEO and Co-founder of the Spanish company ADVANTICSYS, which, since 2009, develops and provides solutions for remote monitoring and control for the energy sector, agriculture and the environment worldwide. He contributes regularly to the European Commission as Advisor in developing technology roadmaps in the areas of Energy Efficiency and Smart Cities. Previously, for 6 years he was head of the Information Technology Department at R&D Area at Acciona

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  • A sensor network analyzes the impact of climate change in Doñana
    A sensor network analyzes the impact of climate change in Doñana
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    A sensor network deployment based on ADVANTICSYS technology will be the tool used by a group of experts from the University of Seville to obtain data with which to analyze the impact that climate change will result in Doñana Biological Reserve (DBR).
     
    The intelligent nodes are currently located in Laguna del Ojillo de Doñana where through humidity, temperature and wind direction data, among others, and the application of computational intelligence and monitoring techniques can foresee water levels. (http://artica.dte.us.es/artica-hmi/).
     
    Low-cost wireless technology and consumption
     
    The system implemented in the DBR is based on CM3000 and CM3000 platforms that ADVANTICSYS strongly recommends for deployments in remote environments where extended radio coverage is needed. These devices have very special characteristics: low cost, low power consumption, ability to wirelessly communicate with each other, data processing capacity, and ability to be equipped with sensors and autonomous in the sense of energy. This, coupled with its low cost makes it possible to make a deployemnt of hundreds of nodes to cover large areas.
     
    The Doñana Biological Reserve
     
    The Spanish natural protected area of Doñana in Huelva, has 104,970 hectares and includes both the Doñana National Park (established 1969) and the Doñana Natural Park (established in 1989 and expanded in 1997). Its vast expanse of marshes hosts numerous species of waterfowl, typically up to 200,000 individuals during the winter each year.
     
    Due to its privileged location between two continents and its proximity to the meeting place of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the Strait of Gibraltar, Doñana can observe over 300 species of European and African birds a year, being a transit, breeding and wintering grounds for thousands of them (aquatic and terrestrial).
     

     
    Source: University of Seville, ADVANTICSYS

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  • Smart Water Management and Remote Monitoring Systems, main attraction at the Smart City Expo 2013
    Smart Water Management and Remote Monitoring Systems, main attraction at the Smart City Expo 2013
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    ADVANTICSYS solutions for air quality monitoring, smart water management and remote measurement of electricity consumption in the cities of the future, have managed to attract the interest of National and International Municipalities and Engineering firms during the prestigious International fair Smart City Expo World Congress , held in Barcelona from 19th to 21st November.
     
    During the three days of exhibition, to which 9,000 visitors, nearly 400 cities, 320 experts and 162 companies on five continents have visited, ADVANTICSYS staff presented their industrial remote monitoring and control devices as well as the Concordia® software platform. All these are flexible and customized solutions for smart cities and improved quality of life.
     
    Attendees have been particularly interested in the water distribution management systems, including devices for remote meter reading, measuring water quality and level in rver basins or water treatment plants and leak detection in pipes and channels, essential issues for sustainability and efficient use of water achievements.
     
    Other interesting products that had great success are ADVANTICSYS monitoring systems for air quality, including low cost and high performance devices for measuring levels of pollutants in different parts of the city forming a distributed measurement network as well as devices to control energy consumption in public buildings, commercial and business centers. This last solution is particularly relevant for governments and private companies, as it allows to combine efficiency and cost savings.
     
    ADVANTICSYS Stand at Smart City Expo 2013
    About ADVANTICSYS

    The company, founded in 2009 by a group of engineers with over ten years of experience in the industry , currently has 16 employees and sells its products in 35 countries in Europe , Asia , Africa and America. It has started its international expansion with a subsidiary in Chile.
     
    ADVANTICSYS provides wireless sensor networks and industrial monitoring equipment with applications in areas such as process control in industry or environmental monitoring. Get to know our solutions for Smart Cities portfolio.

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  • ADVANTICSYS to show its products at the Smart City Expo 2013
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    How to achieve more sustainable cities? ADVANTICSYS will present their solutions and products, from 19 to 21 November 2013 in Barcelona, at the Smart City Expo World Congress, one of the most important trade fairs in the international calendar that encompasses a wide range of technologies able to create smart cities with higher quality life.

     

    Thus, present at stand F636, ADVANTICSYS will show its wide range of electronic devices for remote monitoring and management solutions jointly with its brand new software platform called Concordia®. In short, flexible solutions tailored to provide intelligent services to any city in the world.

     

    ADVANTICSYS also offers specific products for the energy sector, for the efficient management of electricity networks, monitoring of wind turbines or solar plants, remote meter reading capabilities and devices for measuring gas level in petrochemical plants. It also provides solutions for agriculture such as greenhouses indoor climate management, water flow monitoring in irrigation canals or real-time water quality measurements.

     

    Last edition of the Smart City Expo World Congress, the event on smart cities organized by Fira de Barcelona, last year received more than 7,000 visitors from 82 countries , including 3,055 delegates , 319 speakers and 140 companies . They discussed the challenges that cities will face in the near future and presented the solutions available today .

     

    Cities will be the major players in the global development in the coming decades and most of the planet’s inhabitants will live in them . How to build new cities and transform existing ones will be a key for the future of mankind.

     

    About ADVANTICSYS


    The company, founded in 2009 by a group of engineers with over ten years of experience in the industry , currently has 16 employees and sells its products in 35 countries in Europe , Asia , Africa and America. It has started its international expansion with a subsidiary in Chile.

     

    ADVANTICSYS provides wireless sensor networks and industrial monitoring equipment with applications in areas such as process control in industry or environmental monitoring. Get to know our solutions for Smart Cities portfolio.

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  • M2M technologies applied to historic buildings remote monitoring
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    ADVANTICSYS will participate in the SHbuildings Symposium on “Smart Heritage: technologies for conservation and holistic management of cultural assets”, to be held on 6th March 2014.
    Our CEO and Co-founder José Javier de las Heras will show ADVANTICSYS M2M technologies applied to remote monitoring in buildings.
     

     
    About the I SHbuildings Symposium
     
    The aim of the conference is to address, from a theoretical and practical point of view, the state of art of various types of technological solutions applied to heritage buildings, and historic downtowns comprising aspects such as wireless sensor networks, security, energy efficiency, all of which are understood as essential tools to create a methodology for preventive conservation of assets. To facilitate this discussion, different case studies will be shown by relevant entities within the cultural heritage and technological innovation sector. The ultimate goal is to discuss together case analysis to enable the implementation of new solutions for improving heritage conservation.
     
    About ADVANTICSYS
     
    The company, founded in 2009 by a group of engineers with over ten years of experience in the industry , currently has 16 employees and sells its products in 35 countries in Europe , Asia , Africa and America. It has started its international expansion with a subsidiary in Chile. ADVANTICSYS provides wireless sensor networks and industrial monitoring equipment with applications in areas such as process control in industry or environmental monitoring

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  • AdvanticSYS launches new product family: Industrial Monitoring Systems
    AdvanticSYS launches new product family: Industrial Monitoring Systems
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    Our new industrial products are intended for monitoring a huge range of technical processes.

     

    Specially developed to simplify the integration of systems and signals in a safety and reliable way thanks to the amount of soported interfaces, datalogging function, inputs and outputs, and unified data adquisition through standard and open protocols.

     

    The wide range of controllers together with the customization posibilities of each one, provides the capability to select exactly the controller needed for your application.

     

    We invite you to learn more of our controllers in the Products section, where you will find our MPC Selection tool, an interactive web application which helps you choose the right device.

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  • ADVANTICSYS launches its new standalone gateway
    ADVANTICSYS launches its new standalone gateway
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    The SG1000 is a 802.15.4-Ethernet gateway device that acts as data concentrator for your wireless sensor network. The robust architecture is capable of handling data from a large number of wireless sensor nodes, being the only limit the physical memory of the system. Furthermore, the embedded database allows the local storage of these data, enabling the access to these records by external applications thanks to the configurable Ethernet interface.
    Read more at the Product page.
    Moreover, a new series of kits including the powerful SG1000 have also been launched.

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  • ADVANTICSYS launches its new 802.15.4 Mote with upgraded 116Kb-EEPROM
    ADVANTICSYS launches its new 802.15.4 Mote with upgraded 116Kb-EEPROM
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    The XM1000 is the new generation of mote modules, based on “TelosB” technical specifications, with upgraded microcontroller. The new platform provides 116Kb-EEPROM and 8Kb-RAM and integrated Temperature, Humidity and Light sensors, and is especially suitable for research that deals with complex applications that require additional memory for OTAP reprogramming or micro dpws implementation. This new IEEE 802.15.4 WSN mote is TinyOS-2.x compatible.

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  • ADVANTICSYS launches its new 802.15.4 USB dongle
    ADVANTICSYS launches its new 802.15.4 USB dongle
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    The UD1000 is a IEEE 802.15.4 compliant wireless sensor node based on the original open-source “TelosB” platform design developed and published by the University of California, Berkeley. The compact USB dongle form format makes it specially adequate to act as sink node for your wireless sensor network deployments. It also holds Electric & Electromagnetic CE certification for industrial applications. Compatible with TinyOS-2.x and Contiki OS.
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  • ADVANTICSYS will participate at the “ICT for Sustainable Homes” conference
    ADVANTICSYS will participate at the “ICT for Sustainable Homes” conference
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    GreenerBuildings project will be at the “ICT for Sustainable Homes” conference and exhibition in Nice, France, on the 24th-25th October 2011, with a dedicated exhibition stand and a presentation made by Manuel Ramiro (ADVANTICSYS) on the 24th of October.
    “ICT for Sustainable Homes” is an international conference and exhibition organised every year in Nice, France. The conference aims at providing companies, research laboratories and other organisations involved in ICT based products and services for the home with a key opportunity to meet and network, to be informed of latest promising technologies and find potential partners to initiate or strengthen projects.
    See more at ict-sustainablehomes.org

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