inteliLIGHT streetlight control shines in Barcelona, at Smart City Expo World Congress

City-centric smart street lighting solution at light + building 2022

It’s exhilarating to see such interest in our city-centric smart street lighting solution. In Barcelona, everyone talks about smart cities in the context of energy savings, sustainability and integration. We are committed to open standards, available for any integration and inteliLIGHT can save up to 40% off any city’s lighting energy bill, within weeks.

In mid-November 2022, over 20.000 attendees and more than 400 speakers, leaders and innovators from 100 countries were present in person, in Barcelona, to debate, compare, share ideas and experience technologies for a smarter and more sustainable world.

What were the visitors’ main areas of interest this year?

Due to new energy efficiency ojectives, people’s attention was caught by solutions that tackle the reduction of energy consumption. Our team’s discussion with high-level representatives from the public and private sectors revolved around reducing cities’ lighting energy bill and CO2 emissions. They had the chance to see by themselves how inteliLIGHT, our connected street lighting solution, reduces energy expenses and power consumption by up to 40%  wihtin weeks by adding intelligence and control to the lighting network.

Another growing focus was for systems that can be integrated with any smart city software applications and can coexist with other compatible controllers. Today’s smart cities are created by a fast-paced technological environment, therefore city managers need be able to install and coordinate synergistically not only different applications, but also more than one provider for a certain city service.

As we are pioneers in integration, this growing interest is aligned with our vision: helping cities reach their efficiency through a fully interoperable smart public lighting solution that enables the management and control of multiple urban applications (waste management, air pollution applications, etc).

inteliLIGHT® Streetlight Control software comes with native southbound and northbound API connectivity and proved integration experience with smart city management software suites, making it easy for the integrators to connect our control solution into any smart city project on the market. More than that, by leveraging the two most common smart city IoT standards (TALQ and Ucifi), inteliLIGHT ensures plug-and-play interoperability and flexibility.

We were thrilled to take part in such an important event around the concept of sustainable solutions for smart cities and see that a growing number of people appreciate our vision for an open system, ready to adapt to any city needs, saving up to 40% off the street lighting energy within weeks.

About inteliLIGHT®

inteliLIGHT® is a smart street lighting control 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. Furthermore, inteliLIGHT® is integrated with Smart City management platforms and offers support for further Smart City development.. (


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. (

About Lucy Group

Lucy Group is a diversified international group with operating businesses across three sectors: Lucy Electric, Lucy Controls and Lucy Real Estate. Since its origins in Oxford, over 200 years ago, the Group has grown and evolved. Lucy Group now employs over 1,500 employees across offices and factories in 10 regions and trades in over 70 countries. The Group’s annual revenues in 2021 were over £250 million. Further information can be found at