The Guidehouse report acknowledges Flashnet for its solid foundation for growth and long-term success
Flashnet are leading significant city deployments and developing innovative street lighting technology solutions that integrate with the broader smart cities market”, says a Guidehouse report on Smart Street Lighting Vendors
Long-term energy efficiency and environmental concerns seem to overcome pandemic worries in these times of uncertainty, as smart lighting investments continue as part of smart city projects all over the country.
ELBA-COM, the sales representative of ELBA - the Romanian leader for lighting fixtures manufacturing - has joined forces with FLASHNET and inteliLIGHT to develop smart street lighting systems and lay ground for further smart city development in Europe.
1NCE, FLASHNET’s connectivity partner, is expanding rapidly and already includes all major countries in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, offering seamless bearer support for a fixed lifetime fee.
Light + Building, the world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building services technology, is back in 2020
In view of the increasing spread of the coronavirus in Europe and after intensive consultations, Messe Frankfurt has decided to postpone Light + Building. The world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building-services technology will now be held in Frankfurt am Main between the middle and end of September 2020.
inteliLIGHT’s street lighting control, combined with ENGIE’s green energy global vision, showcased during World Future Energy Summit, one of the most prominent technology events in the beginning of the year.
Another city in Italy decided to control their street lighting using inteliLIGHT’s communication agnostic solution
Embedded lamp controllers and mixed communications (LoRaWAN & GSM) have proven the best solution for the small city of Grottaglie, Eastern Italy, to gain awareness and smart autonomous operation for their street lighting grid
Flashnet, an ENGIE company, after several months of extensive development and testing, started to mass produce the new FRE-24-ZHAGA-L LoRaWAN™ compatible luminaire controller and is planning first deliveries in early August. ZHAGA aims to standardize interfaces of components of LED luminaires and the ZHAGA socket is an alternative solution to the older NEMA socket, used with street lighting fixtures all over the world.
FLASHNET’s unique street lighting control vision, presented by ENGIE, has been appreciated by visitors and media during the tech industry’s most prominent event of the year in Romania.
Small cities are looking for LED street lighting with inteliLIGHT control, even without considering smart city integrations
Lower energy and maintenance costs. Faster repairs. Better grid awareness. The smart lighting benefits alone are enough to convince small cities to consider modernizing their street lights. Nehoiu, a small city of 10.000 inhabitants in Romania, is upgrading the street lighting grid using LED lamps and inteliLIGHT® streetlight control.