Part of the newly forged partnership between ENGIE Group and Flashnet, inteliLIGHT’s street lighting control solution is being showcased in Singapore this week. The biennial World Cities Summit is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships.
ENGIE announces the acquisition of 60% of Flashnet, a Romanian Internet of Things (IoT) company. Thanks to its solutions, many cities, both large and small, already enjoy all the benefits of smart public lighting networks.
With its IP66 protection rating and compact dimensions, the controller can be installed directly into the lighting pole, making it less visible from an aesthetic point of view and allowing easier access for deployment teams.
Unprecedented intelligence for any street lighting fixture, right from the production line. Designed to minimize occupied space, the controller can be embedded into most luminaire designs, allowing any producer to offer LTE-M ready smart lighting fixtures.
The NEMA socket (ANSI C136.41) retrofitting version designed for carrying out the remote management of a luminary in street lighting installations with lamps using using electronic ballast up to 500W, with 0-10V (220) or DALI (220D) control interface.
The wired retrofitting version designed for carrying out the remote management of a luminary in street lighting installations with lamps using using electronic ballast up to 500W, with 0-10V (220) or DALI (220D) control interface.
Installed inside the feeder pillar, it is designed to provide autonomous operation for street lighting installations and to carry out three phase measurements and analysis of electrical parameters in street lighting grids.
inteliLIGHT is introducing 1NCE’s 2G, 3G and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) offering in its product portfolio as a new connectivity option.
Engie Ineo is upgrading their existing street lighting control system in southern France with inteliLIGHT® LoRaWAN™ compatible control
Late March @ Saint-Chamas, a small town in the Côte d'Azur region in southern France, close to Marseille: Engie Ineo, utility operators and IoT integrators, chose this location to upgrade their street lighting management system from feeder-pillar control to individual lamp control, using the inteliLIGHT® LoRaWAN™ compatible solution.
Last week in Frankfurt, inteliLIGHT® drove street lighting control innovation in the context of a maturing market
The largest lighting fair in the world, the 2018’s edition of Light+Building, has closed its doors last Friday after showcasing thousands of lighting-related applications, ideas and innovations. And there is no surprize, lighting control was in the spotlight.