Solution | Product, Service
Dynamic and reactive street lighting system to minimize electricity consumption, light pollution in cities.
The solution adapts street lighting levels to traffic density and type of users (cars, cyclists and pedestrians), without sacrificing security or visual comfort.
Thanks to intercommunicating sensors attached to each LED luminary along the street, a module will dim its light based on its own detection or on the message coming from another pole, ensuring smooth transitions. The solution software can also be adapted to suit specific needs, and internet connection enables tele-monitoring as well as remote updates, improving maintenance efficiency. Moreover, the street lighting network can collect traffic information, and through a range of remote sensors, can be used for a host of other applications such as parking lot management, street sound level or pollution monitoring.
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4000 Liège, Belgium
United States, Denmark, Finland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands,
Solutions helps to achieve these SDG's.
Affordable and clean energy
Sustainable cities and communities
Visibility and access to one or two major cities in Europe; Funding from long term investors passionate about Smart City challenges; Partners to scale-up our sales coverage in Europe.
Categories of application
Control devices, Traffic and route management, Urban infrastructure innovation, Roads and highways, Bridges, Public space management, Public lighting, Parking management systems, Signals, Communication systems, Internet access,