If the smart controller is installed with every lamp, then we have individual control. The system can collect information and control each lamp in the grid. However, if installed inside the feeder pillar, smart controllers enable segment-level lighting for a cluster of lamps. It’s more affordable and faster to deploy, but you lose some pretty important perks. Both individual and segment controllers allow on/off control, either from a computer or a mobile phone, electrical grid feedback, and even completely autonomous lighting operation.
inteliLIGHT consolidates its presence in the Nordics with a new smart lighting pilot project in Finland
EFFECTIO OY, a Finnish company that specialises in offering technology-ready communications products and solutions, decided to choose inteliLIGHT’s reliability and premium-quality to modernise the public lighting service in the Nordics.
inteliLIGHT’s system interoperability continues with a new Sensor-Ready Certification for Philips luminaires
inteliLIGHT's system interoperability increases with a new Sensor-Ready Certification for Philips luminaires inteliLIGHT has obtained the Sensor-Ready Certification, an official recognition that inteliLIGHT is compatible with SR type drivers from Philips. inteliLIGHT is a flexible end-to-end smart street lighting management solution that offers detailed lamp-level management capabilities (ON/OFF, dimming, real-time reporting) over multiple IoT communication technologies. In-depth grid awareness is obtained through accurate utility-grade readings of any changes occurring along the grid, reducing energy loss and offering advanced maintenance optimization tools. Since the very beginning, inteliLIGHT has vouched for interoperability – creating an open solution that can be interconnected with third-party devices, sensors or platforms. Today, the smart lighting solution developed by Flashnet continues its efforts to bring its customers the reassurance of connectivity and scalability. Available for API integrations with numerous Smart City platforms, member of standard communication protocol alliances such as LoRaWAN and [...]
Using the inteliLIGHT solution, ENGIE takes on a 15 year commitment to manage smart street lighting in Chile’s capital city, Santiago
Santiago de Chile lights up the way for smart city investments in South America and inteliLIGHT is the solution of choice for street lighting control. Together with ENGIE, FLASHNET will install NEMA controllers with a mix of LoRaWAN and cellular communications.
inteliLIGHT increases interoperability for its future-proof smart street lighting solution with uCIFI data model compatibility
inteliLIGHT, Flashnet’s smart street lighting control solution, will be soon available for integration using the uCIFI unified data model for IoT networks.
Streetlights are a core element of any public lighting system. Nowadays, modern lamps can accommodate smart controllers for remote street lighting management. However, did you know that even older lighting infrastructures can receive a smart layer? This article will answer 5 of the most important and relevant questions about smart street lamps, to help you make an informed decision when choosing a street lighting system for your project.
Smart cities are already here and everyone feels the vibe. But the increasing IoT ambitions has generated a surge in communication technologies, and things have quickly become confusing. There are tens of communication standards, open or proprietary, that you can choose from. And with everyone claiming they are the best, what are your options?
The partnership between ELBA and FLASHNET helps increasingly more communities to go connected & smart
Flashnet and ELBA-COM’s collaboration started in the summer of 2019 with a project in Ramnicu Sarat (RO). Since then, the two companies have been working together on public lighting projects all around the country, encouraging smart city development in Romania.
Flashnet has developed the first NB-IoT compatible ZHAGA smart streetlight controller, long awaited by those who prefer the NB-IoT communication technology for their smart city projects.
10 years ago, using the infrastructure and know-how from Flash Lighting Services and the “smart” technology from Flashnet, the two companies laid the foundations of a project that will transform Romania forever: adding a layer of intelligence to public lighting infrastructure and using it as a basis for future smart city initiatives.