Smart Street Lighting
Smart Street Lighting

B-SMART LED, one of Endeks Holding subsidiary companies, is designing, developing and producing various SMART STREET LİGHTİNG and solutions with German design and manufacturing partners to guarantee the high expectations of our national and international customers.

Street lighting is a core piece of urban and rural infrastructure. Lighting helps to create a safe environment for both pedestrians and drivers. Many streetlights around the world are now being updated to LED lighting, which uses less energy and is more reliable than traditional sodium lamps, significantly reducing the cost of keeping streets illuminated.

It is now cost effective to add communications technology to streetlamps at the same time as LED upgrades take place. Mobile operators’ Internet of Things (IoT) solutions can provide low cost, ubiquitous coverage across a city, and are designed specifically to connect city services and sensors, including streetlights.

This connectivity enables the lights to be remotely monitored and controlled. Moreover, additional sensors can be added to the lighting infrastructure, offering a cost effective way of creating a citywide IoT sensor network and enabling the deployment of more smart services.

As they already have wireless networks and associated systems in place, mobile operators make ideal partners for municipalities looking to upgrade their streetlights or introduce other smart city services. Mobile operators can help public agencies make their services more efficient, obtain intelligence from raw data and ultimately improve the quality of life of their citizens. Harnessing their existing local assets, mobile operators can help to build a sustainable smart city that offers new services and new opportunities.

Smart streetlights can support a range of sensors and services using the power and communications connections available on each light pole. As light poles are located throughout a city, they are the ideal hosts for a wide array of sensors. Sensors are critical to the functioning of a smart city. They can collect a wide range of data from across an urban area, much of which is relevant to the planning, utilisation and operation of city services.

Some of the use cases for sensors on light poles are outlined below:

* EV Charging
* Environmental Sensing
* Traffic Control
* Wireless Connectivity Networks (WiFi, Mobile Radio)
* Support of Autonomous Driving
* Car2x Commmunication
* Public Security
* Energy Storage
* Remote Controls
* Signage and Commercials
* Charging of Drones
* Parking Management

Security- High-resolution and intelligent IP video surveillance system ensure comprehensive security in public areas.