Livelo

A low-priced & connected probe engineered for easy water level assessment.

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Water Management and Sustainability

Efficient water management in a time of global climate change is essential, because monitoring the evolution of the groundwater level is the first step in monitoring water access. The Livelo sensor allows data to be collected and shared, improving water management for everyone.

Livelo

is adressing the topic nr. 6 of the Substainable and Developpment Goals (SDG) spearheaded by the United Nation, because

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Unexpensive

Livelo is at least 5 times cheaper than our competitor's devices.

Ease of use

You don't need additional devices from us to consult your data and manage Livelo. You can do everything with your phone.

Scalability

With us, the same budget can buy dozens of Livelo and cover a bigger area than a solution made by our competitors.

Keep your legacy sensors

Thanks to our partner Thinkee and its platform, you can centralise your data stream from Livelo and from you legacy systems.

Collect and visualise data

The smartphone app allows you to manage your sensors, launch samplings, harvest and visualise data on your phone.

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Team members


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  • Tobia Wyss

  • Electronic Engineering
    Firmware Engineering
    Software Engineering
  • EPFL
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  • Yohanna Rieckhoff

  • Industrial Design
  • ECAL
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  • Elise Migraine

  • User Experience
  • ECAL
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  • Rémi Baudoux

  • Electronic Engineering
    Firmware Engineering
    Software Engineering
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  • Viktor Komplita

  • Business
  • UNIL
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  • Nicolas Li

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • EPFL

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Our blog


Hong Kong, Day 3: HKPST, OOCL, BRINC

July 16, 2017

This morning we went to Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP). This non-profit entity, created in 2001 by the Hong-Kong government, tends to boost the innovation in order… [...]

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Take-off day

July 13, 2017

Today was D-day: we were finally flying to Hong-Kong! At 8am, we had a last workshop at EPFL, to practice our pitching skills, and learn more about the schedule of… [...]

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Test on the lake

June 27, 2017

For several weeks, the waterproofing of our device was a big problem. The last test in the Hydraulic Machines Lab (HML) was not successful at all and we made our PCB… [...]

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Some improvements – Still much work to do

May 20, 2017

At the end of this week, we finally managed to implement the most important functionalities of our microcontroller, which was a huge relief! Now we are able to automatically log… [...]

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Third milestone is coming

May 17, 2017

This week we have finally (and fortunately) met M. Farhat, a fluid mechanics teacher at EPFL. It turned out that EPFL has many high-end facilities allowing to simulate high pressurized… [...]

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Hardware

May 4, 2017

All the components have arrived and also the produced PCB is ready... What does that mean? Start soldering! With a little instruction from our super-assistant Gilbert, Tobia spent the morning… [...]

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New Name: Livelo

May 2, 2017

  In the last weeks the whole team brainstormed in order to find a name for our product that could represent it and at the same time represent the team's… [...]

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Week 10

May 2, 2017

After a well earned week of relax (at least on paper) and a lot of eating (easter bunnies and co.), our team is back to work. Each one of us is… [...]

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Week 8

April 14, 2017

The past two weeks were essentially dedicated to the electronic part of the device. The first version of the PCB has been designed and its production was launched. We hope we… [...]

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Week 6 – Branding

April 2, 2017

This week was a relatively calm week, principally dedicated to "branding". We have arrived at a point where our product, the data logger, is slowly becoming tangible and we have… [...]

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G3ID (Geneva Global Goals Innovation Day)

March 28, 2017

G3ID is a large show room of innovative and humanitarian companies and associations. We were invited there to present our project and the challenges we are facing.  In the conference… [...]

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Week 5

March 28, 2017

We are in the 5th week, we have now a first sketch of an application interface, in order to manage the loggers and get the data. We learned how to… [...]

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Week 4

March 21, 2017

This is the 4th week. Following the turnaround we got last week, we thought of different concepts and configurations for our device: should it be molded? should it be encased… [...]

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Week 3 – Slight turnaround

March 13, 2017

At the beginning of last week, an important meeting with an hydrogeologist of the ICRC led us to change dramatically our former specifications. What the ICRC really wants is a… [...]

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Week 2

March 5, 2017

Second and intensive week for our team. Our main problem for visualizing our ideas was that we do not have a water hand pump. This is why Yohanna and Elise… [...]

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Week 1

February 27, 2017

This week, we mainly brainstormed the different solutions we could implement for the different parts of our device. It is actually composed of three main parts: the communication module, the… [...]

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Kick-off: let’s get that pump pumpin’!

February 19, 2017

In the last weeks and months we worked intensively on understanding and developing our problem, through our contact person inside the ICRC and contacts to other people in different domains (geological,… [...]

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Ideation Week-End

December 1, 2016

On October 29th and 30th the kick-off day of CHIC, also known as the Ideation week-end was held. Groups were formed around different themes. Because we feared that designing a… [...]

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Pitching, pitching…

July 16, 2017

We want to briefly share with you the evolution of our project after the first week of our China trip that has been spent in Hong Kong, as it can… [...]

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