In the context of the new pilot project for ΝΒ-ΙοΤ at the DUTH, the following smart solutions were implemented:
- "Air Quality Monitoring", where a special sensor for air quality measurement was installed in order to measure real-time temperature, humidity, pressure, various gases and particles, as well as to enable optimal design and implementation of appropriate actions for the reduction of atmospheric pollution.
- "Smart Fuel Tank Management", where a gas oil level meter has been installed to prevent over-consumption, fuel theft and valuation of invoices. This application is based on the solution provided by the Greek company Fuelics and is being implemented in cooperation with Ericsson.
- "Water Quality Measurement", to help ensuring the quality of drinking water at the campus, and being implemented in collaboration with the Greek company Wings.
- "Smart Lighting", which uses NB-IoT technology in order to help adapt lighting to different levels of intensity depending on the season and time of the day, thus significantly reducing energy consumption.
The pilot project was implemented with the contribution of the hub:raum
incubator of Deutsche Telekom, while all solutions utilize the NB-IoT CSOMOTE network for data transfer and device communication.