inteliLIGHT® controllers, in the spotlight at Embedded​ World 2017

Hundreds of visitors had the opportunity to experience and learn more about Flashnet’s LoRaWAN™ and NB-IoT compatible street lighting control solutions in Nuremberg last week.

Brasov, ROMANIA, 23 March 2017

The Canadian based Future Electronics, a worldwide leading distributor for electronic components, has introduced its IoT Solution Platform during Embedded World 2017, providing cloud storage, security and dashboard analytics in a single, out-of-the-box solution. As a focus application within the entire concept, the company featured detailed demonstrations of inteliLIGHT® LoRaWAN™ compatible controllers, proving their initiative to take an existing end node application (street lights) to implement smart solutions for the Urban environment using the latest wireless, sensor and Cloud Technology.

inteliLIGHT® is a smart streetlight control system that transforms any legacy lighting installation into a modern and proactive infrastructure. The city management gains awareness and control over the entire street lighting grid, together with improved scheduling and maintenance applications. Furthermore, the street lighting grid remains powered up during the day, providing power and communications for additional IoT devices and applications. LoRaWAN™ is a modern, long range, low bitrate radio communication that allows incredibly fast deployments and lower implementation costs, regardless of the geographic restraints and without extensive infrastructure investments.

Also during EW 2017, Telekom has presented the brand-new inteliLIGHT® NB-IoT streetlight controller, the latest innovation of Flashnet’s R&D team. Just out of the MWC in Barcelona, the controller was showcased within the Telekom booth as a one of the most advanced solutions using NB-IoT. NB-IoT is a carrier-grade narrowband radio technology specially designed for the Internet of Things (IoT) and already adopted by Deutsche Telekom, Huawei and U-Blox. It connects devices simply and efficiently on already established mobile networks, and handles small amounts of infrequent 2way data, securely and reliably. 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.

“We are honored that Future Electronics ant Telekom have chosen to highlight inteliLIGHT® during Embedded World 2017, as a confirmation of our technology’s value for smart cities around the world.” stated Mr. Lorand Mozes, CEO of Flashnet.

All inteliLIGHT® controllers are available in three different form factors: as a wired upgrade for existing lighting installations, as a 7-pin NEMA connectable device (ANSI C136.41) or compact form, to be embedded into luminaries right from the production line.

About Future Electronics

Founded in 1968, Future Electronics is a worldwide leader in electronic components distribution, and is recognized as one of the most respected and innovative companies in the industry today. Headquartered in Montreal and operating in 169 locations in 42 countries around the world, Future Electronics has earned an impressive reputation for providing outstanding service and developing efficient, comprehensive global supply chain solutions. Further information available via

About Telekom

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies, with 156 million mobile customers, 29 million fixed-network lines, and more than 18 million broadband lines. It provides products and services for consumers, and information and communication technology (ICT) solutions for business and corporate customers in more than 50 countries around the world.  (


FLASHNET is a fast paced tech company that integrates the latest IT, energy and telecommunications technologies into hardware and software solutions, creating and implementing intelligent systems for smarter cities and better infrastructure. Founded in 2005, FLASHNET is a leader in intelligent utility management systems, with worldwide operations. (