Smart Light Management Solution at the TERI Gram, Gurugram

As part of the Smart City initiative, Panitek Power has implemented a Smart Light Management Solution with Volume based dimmable lighting systems which communicate with an automated mesh architecture at the TERI Gram, Gurugram. 

The solution is aimed at municipalities and industries that are on the path to becoming connected and autonomous, bringing the real and digital worlds together while ensuring a sustainable future. The system improves energy efficiency with added layer of security.

The solution houses LED lights, PIR Sensor, Weather Station, Pollution, CO2 and RADAR based sensors to provide holistic energy management, environmentally friendly and security services one package. The whole solution is controlled via a gateway & a software solution that enables improved asset management along with remote control capabilities.

Have a look at how it works in the video below and reach out to us to make your lights smarter!

Smart City Solutions Singapore

Finally here is the video which shows the features of esave Smart Lighting solution installed at Tampines town housing estate. Adopting smart presence algorithms, we eliminate the traditional slow response where the lights above are brightened only under motion sensor detection. All the lightings at common corridor, lift lobby, staircase, linkway, garden and carpark are connected wirelessly on a common platform to create a seamless lighting experience with optimum energy savings. Talk about real smart lighting, the residents don’t even know the lights were dimmed beforehand as they move around in the estate! Sensors’ sensitivity can also be adjusted remotely to cater to various site requirements. Built-in lux sensors automatically switch on the lights during overcast skies ensuring safety to residents.

Light management systems for municipal outdoor areas

Cities have ambitions and visions and use them to plan their development strategies. As a result, street lighting is becoming increasingly intelligent, not only are the various advantages of light management systems being used, but also completely new application horizons are opening up in the areas of connectivity and smart city.

Trilux GmbH & Co. KG

Conitnuous light: LEW street lighting project in Königsbrunn and Friedberg

The principle is very simple: streets or paths remain dark as long as nobody uses them. Once the sensors register movement of an object, the light intensity will be increased to the prommed lighting level. The next lamps will continuously be shining at a higher intensity. The light accompanies the road user on his way. After the programmed hold time, the lights go back into the energy-saving modus.

Lechwerke AG

Leipziger Leuchten

IBB Energie AG - Intelligent Street Lighting

Light. When needed. As much as needed – even away from Home? Intelligent Street Light Controller makes it possible. For example Kanalstrasse in Brugg.

Minimal basic lighting ensures the optical detection of the road. Once a person or a vehicles is passing the detection area of a street lamp, light intensity is automatically increased to a higher level and a message is sent to the next two luminaires. Thus, a specified number of lamps will continuously be shining at a higher intensity in front of and behind a pedestrian or a vehicle, providing a high comfort lighting experience. The modern LED lights with the intelligent motion sensors are programmable and allow remote access via the IBB WLAN network. The benefits are easier maintenance for IBB, lower energy consumption and thus lower costs for the city, as well as greater safety for slow traffic.

IBB Energie AG

Intelligently controlled LED street lighting

All conventional street lamps in the canton of Bern used up a total of 17 gigawatt hours (GWh) per year. With the use of intelligently controlled LED lights, the energy consumption of every refurbished street lamp can be reduced by 80 to 95 %. Once all the luminaires have been switched to “light on demand” technology, the TBA saves 13 GWh annually. This roughly corresponds to the energy consumption of 25,000 single-family homes per year.

TBA Canton Bern

Bad Iburg - Telemanagement System - continuous light

"Continuous light" was installed here on the edge of the Regional Garden Show in 2018th. The facility is designed to show visitors the possibilities of modern street lighting and is a prime example of energy-saving street lighting.

OC Lichtplanung

Way to efficient street lighting

Mercury vapor lamps have to be retrofit.

The inefficient mercury vapor lamps will lose their CE marking from 2015 and will be withdrawn from the market. As a result, cities and municipalities have to modernize their street lighting. With vkw Contracting you can reduce electricity and maintenance costs by up to 80% and achieve significant CO2 savings.