Public lighting management

The scene management software provides visibility and control over the entire street lighting infrastructure with connected light points that can be viewed and controlled through a centralized dashboard. Automatic error notifications allow quick and easy maintenance planning. Light reduction programs help reduce costs, while on-demand light level adjustments help keep citizens safe.

Full visibility of the street lighting infrastructure can be achieved through a centralized web-based dashboard, managing the lighting remotely through a standard web browser.

The smart lighting system allows the creation of customized light groups or the management of each individual light point. Depending on the time of year, the lighting can be adjusted, the light comes on if there is an accident/movement, and zones can be set to vary the light levels in the city, and pedestrian crossings or other pedestrian areas are well lit.

Automatic fault detection alerts immediately when there is an outage or failure so that maintenance teams can be quickly deployed, reducing citizen complaints and optimizing maintenance operations.

Energy consumption and CO₂ emissions can be reduced with lighting programs and activity or presence sensors. The street lighting schedule just needs to be aligned with the time of day or year so that the street lights are only used when needed.

Connected street lights installed in the city can be controlled remotely through an intuitive dashboard that triggers light scenes or programs over a standard mobile or other network. Scene management software provides an overview of the lighting infrastructure, enabling the planning, scheduling and triggering of light scenes remotely.

The software enables the granting of role-based permissions and access rights to individuals so that they can perform clearly defined tasks through the cloud-based dashboard.

Presence sensors can be added to a light pole to detect street activity so light levels can be reduced when people and vehicles are not around late at night. This helps reduce energy consumption when the lights are not needed, but also ensures well-lit streets when people are around.

Open and secure APIs allow scene management software to be integrated with other city and IT management systems or dashboards, allowing lighting to be synchronized with other city services or activities. APIs also allow access to light control to be shared with third parties and approved software developers, who could create additional applications or services to drive innovation in citizen engagement or city operations.