InteliLIGHT® – STREET LIGHTING REMOTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 2019-05-10T07:18:02+00:00

inteliLIGHT® street lighting management system capabilities

inteliLIGHT® is a street lighting remote management solution that ensures that the right amount of light is provided where and when needed. In-depth grid management gives an accurate real-time feedback of any change occurring along the grid, reduces energy loss and offers advanced maintenance optimization tools. Using the existing infrastructure, you save money and transform the existing distribution level network into an intelligent infrastructure of the future.

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mounting options

NEMA socket

Plug-and-play upgrade for lamps with compatible 7-pin NEMA socket (ANSI C136.41), with full lamp management and feedback functionality.

ZHAGA socket

Plug-and-play upgrade for lamps with compatible ZHAGA socket (book 18), with full lamp management and feedback functionality.

inside pole 

Designed to be installed directly into the lighting pole, making it less visible from an aesthetic point of view and allowing easier access for deployment teams.

embedded

Minimum impact on the lamp design, full management and feedback capabilities right from the lamp manufacturer.

communication technologies

LoRaWAN™ is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification that targets key requirements of Internet of Things, such as secure bi-directional communication, achieving seamless interoperability among smart things without the need of complex local installation. It aims to give back the freedom to the user, developer and businesses, enabling the rollout of Internet of Things. The network coverage is expanding rapidly and, for controlling street lighting installations, we are integrated with most public LoRaWAN™ network operators or can deploy private LoRaWAN™ compatible networks. Find out more…

The LonWorks® (by Echelon) is a powerful power-line communication technology for advanced street light systems. Power Line Communication (PLC) is a technology that enables sending data over existing power cables. This means that, with just power cables running to an electronic device (for example) one can both power it up and at the same time control/retrieve data from it in a half-duplex manner. It features permanent communication, real-time lighting commands and it has been tested in tens of large-scale implementations all over the world. Find out more…

Narrow-Band IoT (NB-IoT) is a narrowband, carrier-grade RF communication technology, specially designed for the Internet of Things (IoT). It connects devices more simply and effciently on already established mobile networks, and handles small amounts of infrequent 2-way data, securely and reliably. The special focus of this standard is on very low power consumption, excellent penetration coverage and lower component costs, deployed in GSM and LTE regulated frequencies. Find out more…

Sigfox is a cellular style communication technology that provides low power, low data rate and low communication costs for Internet of Things and M2M applications. Sigfox employs Ultra-Narrow Band (UNB) technology, which enables very low transmitter power levels to be used while still being able to maintain a robust data connection, using unlicensed ISM radio bands. The simple and easy to rollout star-based cell infrastructure has encouraged its current extended worldwide availability. Find out more…

LTE-M is a low power wide area (LPWA) technology standard published by 3GPP. It supports IoT through lower device complexity and extended coverage, while allowing the reuse of the LTE installed base. Supported by all major mobile equipment, chipset and module manufacturers, LTE-M networks will co-exist with 2G, 3G, and 4G mobile networks and benefit from all the security and privacy features of carrier-grade networks. Find out more…

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latest news and projects

Small cities are looking for LED street lighting with inteliLIGHT control, even without considering smart city integrations

February 22nd, 2019|

Lower energy and maintenance costs. Faster repairs. Better grid awareness. The smart lighting benefits alone are enough to convince small cities to consider modernizing their street lights. Nehoiu, a small city of 10.000 inhabitants in Romania, is upgrading the street lighting grid using LED lamps and inteliLIGHT® streetlight control.

In a context where everything gets connected and smart, inteliLIGHT® leads in people-centric street lighting innovation during CES 2019

February 6th, 2019|

With thousands of ideas and products trying to be meaningful at CES, it stands out that more than 60 million people have already witnessed the benefits of inteliLIGHT® in hundreds of cities all over the world. Most of them probably never heard about street lighting control, but nonetheless enjoy the improved security, decreased pollution and better lighting service quality.

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GSMA view – Connecting Cities to a Smart Future

November 24th, 2017|

Although Mobile IoT technologies are still relatively new, the start-ups participating in the GSMA Mobile IoT Innovators Showcase are close to commercialising their solutions. Together with Deutsche Telekom, Flashnet has deployed its street lighting solution and some other NB-IoT-based applications in Patras in Greece, and for a pilot in Bonn, Germany. “For now we see the most interest in NB-IoT to come from Europe, and most probably the European NB-IoT based projects will be pioneers around the world, but we expect that with time interest will grow in the Middle East and in Asia as well,” says Orsolya Szallos-Kis, Sales Engineer at Flashnet.

Telekom’s whitepaper on NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) communication technology: technical capabilities, use cases and future expectations

November 21st, 2017|

"The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our world. Companies and cities all over the world are equipping physical objects with software, sensors and connectivity to merge them into a global network, the IoT. As things are becoming able to collect and exchange data, they emerge into new ecosystems across processes, industries and countries, enabling new services or whole new business models. Well-known IoT use cases include smart metering, goods tracking and equipment monitoring."

inteliLIGHT® and u-blox enables the world’s first Narrowband IoT based Smart Street Lighting system

September 1st, 2017|

With hundreds of existing projects deployed worldwide, InteliLIGHT’s smart street lighting remote management solution is a proven concept employing a range of communication protocols. Having identified NB‑IoT as strategically important, InteliLIGHT chose to partner with u‑blox on the development of its FRE 220 NB range of NB‑IoT compatible luminaire controllers.

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