Devlon Smart Cloud

Know and control the levels of pollution in your city, by measuring the quality of the air, noise and influx of vehicles.

Environment and sustainability with the Smart City
Smart city and green spaces for the sustainability of the planet
Smart buildings that are committed to sustainability.

Smart Cities
and the environment

There are more and more policies and strategic plans that promote a life that is more sustainable and committed to the planet. In turn, every day there are more parameters that must be kept under control for analysis and monitoring. In addition, reflecting that work and conclusions obtained is not always easy.

Faced with this challenge of knowledge, analysis and control. IoT devices make it easy and streamline the management of all these functions.

All our solutions promote compliance with the 4 sustainable development goals proposed by the UN.

IoT devices


Measure air quality in real time

Elon EME+ and sustainability
Devlon Sound


Noise monitoring in open spaces.


Measures air quality, wind direction and speed, and monitors the amount of rain

Devlon Affluence

We facilitate and support public and private entities in their digital transition We facilitate and support public and private entities in their digital transition towards the creation of connected and sustainable environments

Smart cities with IoT devices to improve sustainability and CO2 emissions.

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    What is an environmental control system and what is it for?

    Studying air quality allows us to know the composition and concentration of the compounds that are dispersed in the atmosphere. These elements must be found in a certain composition, so that the vital development of citizenship can take place without interference from poor air quality.

    The Air Quality Index is a mechanism that facilitates citizen access to environmental information on the state of “the air”. Both the WHO and the European index are based on five contaminants and five levels.

    Based on the values recorded for each of the pollutants, an air quality level will be established that may range from Very Good to Very Bad. Each level of the index will be associated with a colour, thus blue being “very good” and red “very bad”.

    Where are environmental control systems applied in cities?
    Depending on the size of the municipality or number of polluting sources, a greater or lesser number of devices are distributed at strategic points. The recommended points are industrial areas, areas with a lot of vehicle traffic, school or sports areas and green areas. The latter is used as a reference to the others.
    Why is an environmental control system in cities and municipalities so necessary today?
    Exposure to poor air quality can lead to symptoms such as irritation to the eyes, nose, and throat, coughing, excessive mucus in the respiratory tract, and/or headaches. The lungs are the human organ most affected by air pollution, especially by the presence of solid particles.

    An environmental control system allows knowing the levels of air pollution in the city, ensuring the well-being of citizens, controlling the main sources of urban pollution and measuring the impact of environmental improvement practices.

    How do smartcitys help to improve the environment of a city and municipality?
    In order to protect ourselves from atmospheric pollution, various standards have been published whose objective is the reduction of polluting emissions into the atmosphere. By analyzing the level of contaminants, contamination can be prevented.

    In addition, carefully monitoring the chemical composition of the air to certify that the levels of contamination do not exceed the recommended thresholds and transfer the data to the public, is an exercise in transparency and social responsibility.