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BeltIoT: awarded as one of the best projects oriented to social innovation for sustainability.

The BeltIoT project, led by members of the Tidop group, has been awarded in the second call for projects “Objective: Sustainable Campuses”, managed by the Social Affairs Service of the University of Salamanca.

Last Friday, June 23, 2023, the best projects of the second call for projects “Objective: Sustainable Campuses”, developed throughout 2022, received public recognition from the Vice Rector of Health Sciences and Social Affairs, Ana Martín Suárez; and Ana Belén Sánchez García, Director of the Social Affairs Service, for their viability, impact and good management. The event was held at the Library of the Archbishop Fonseca School.
The Beltiot project (Belt + IoT), has been awarded in the Technological category, led by Enrique González González and Mario García Jiménez.

Enrique González with the Vice Rector of Health Sciences and Social Affairs, Ana Martín Suárez; and Ana Belén Sánchez García, Director of the Social Affairs Service.

This project has developed a functional prototype, assembled and tested in the laboratory, which records variables of the animals in which it is installed and alerts the person in charge of the livestock in real time upon detection of possible anomalies in the animal’s state of health and activity.

Prototype developed within the project