With over 600 exhibitors, the 2017 Smart City Expo World Congress encourages participants to generate synergies, create new connections, share knowledge and engage in conversations leading to the development of new and innovative solutions for Smart Cities. The focus is tackling the many problems our cities are dealing with, as well as those which future generations will face if no action is taken.
Furthermore, 400 global influencers and innovators will discuss challenges faced by cities all over the world and solutions related to diverse topics such as: Governance, Safe Cities, Mobility, Data& Technology, Circular Economy and Sustainability. Participants at the event will be able to attend conferences as well as experience and discover different innovative technologies and solutions aimed at creating a sustainable future. With so many professionals, experts and innovators, the event in Barcelona will be the perfect place to identify new business opportunities related to Smart Cities, as well as consolidate or develop new partnerships, find out about best practices and test existing solutions.
And with an average of 40% of every city’s energy bill being spent for street lighting alone, smart lighting control will be one of the event’s priorities. Outdoor lighting is a critical city service that influences directly the average citizen’s lifestyle and comfort, and hundreds of smart cities all over the world have already tested and implemented connected lighting solutions.
inteliLIGHT will be available for live demonstrations through a few of its global sales and implementation partners. As part of any smart city project, inteliLIGHT connected lighting offers awareness and control of the street lighting grid, together with real-time malfunction notifications and maintenance management tools. On the long run, it helps cities reach their efficiency and sustainability objectives, while significantly improving the lighting service quality.
Street lighting operates autonomously (including on/off and dimming, based on astronomical calendar or motion sensing), while in-depth grid awareness encourages optimization and real-time malfunction alerts improve maintenance efficiency. The integration with multiple IoT communication technologies (wired LonWorks PLC or wireless IoT technologies like LoRaWAN, NB-IoT, LTE-Cat-M1 or Sigfox) helps both implementation efficiency and operating reliability, offering at the same time an array of options for city managers.ovi
Using an existing communication infrastructure facilitates a fast, almost plug-and-play implementation. It only takes a few minutes to install a controller, without any infrastructure investments, and the municipality gains immediate awareness and control.
If you are interested to test inteliLIGHT® functionalities, please visit any of our partner’s booths for a live professional and comprehensive hardware and software demonstration:
- ENGIE – Gran Via Hall 2, Stand 527
- TELEKOM / Deutsche Telekom – Gran Via Hall 2, Stand 127
- GSMA – 4YFN Smart City Village, near the conference area