Smart street lighting control and smart city integrations, presented and demonstrated during the exhibit by Flashnet’s partner in Malaysia, IOT Integrator.
Brasov, ROMANIA, February 2-nd, 2018
IoT Asia (21-22 March 2018) is at the forefront of bringing global collaboration and partnership opportunities to governments, businesses and communities in Asia. The event in Singapore will be officially opened in 2018 by Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister-in-Charge of the country’s Smart Nation initiative and will bring together technology driven people, design & solution architects, engineers, academic institutions, investors and start-ups from all over the world.
Featuring a 6,000 sqm exhibition, IoT Asia will put the spotlight on key areas (Smart Cities, Industrial IoT and IoT Data Analytics), critical to the regional development of IoT, for more than 6,000 technology decision makers. Furthermore, the conference will address the convergence and practical applications of newer technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Blockchain Applications and Quantum Computing.
inteliLIGHT® will be featured and demonstrated during the event by IoT Integrator, a Kuala Lumpur-based company, integrator of end to end IoT solutions, that’s representing Flashnet’s smart street lighting control solution in Asia, with a focus on inteliLIGHT® Sigfox controllers. Sigfox is a cellular style communication technology that provides low power, low data rate and low communication costs for Internet of Things and M2M applications. It employs Ultra-Narrow Band (UNB) technology, which enables very low transmitter power levels to be used while still being able to maintain a robust data connection, using unlicensed ISM radio bands. Due to the scalable network topology, based on a simple and easy to rollout star-based cell infrastructure, together with the LPWAN capabilities and IoT readiness, Sigfox has extended rapidly in the last years, covering more than 486 million people living in more than 40 countries.
This shortens the implementation time and reduces the infrastructure costs to minimum, whether it’s about existing lighting fixture upgrade or installing new fixtures. Furthermore, all 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 – offering additional implementation flexibility.