|I-One Intelligent lighting System allows an organisation to remotely communicate, control and monitor each street lamp. Using a hybrid of combination of wireless and power line communications, it allows for two-way messaging - outbound messages enable the lighting scenarios - inbound messages report faults.|
Reduction in Energy Used (25-30%)
Reduction in greenhouse gas
emissionsReduction in Light Pollution
Appropriate lighting scenarios can be remotely
controlled by IILS (e.g. alternate lighting patterns,
variable lighting levels / dimming options).
This includes remote switch on-off.
Preset or user-definable lighting scenarios.
|Reduce cost of manual monitoring
of lamp defects Rapid notification
of mass street light failure
|Automatic detection, basic fault diagnosis
and reporting of light failures. Emergency
alert & alarm when a large number of street lights
are subject to mass failure.
|Balanced safety needs vs. cost
Respond to emergency situations
|IILS can incorporate lighting scenarios, typically
aligned to good practice, known local safety concerns
and reflect weather conditions such as fog. In case of
road traffic accidents WSL is able to send a message
to all street lights in the vicinity to turn-on.
|Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): Easy to fit to
existing or new lighting stock
allows for rapid realisation of benefits
|Simple hardware installed at lamp and switching point.
Messaging via wireless and power lines.
|TCO: Low running costs||Communications utilise both existing power lines
and wireless messaging for updates and fault reporting.
Centralise Remote Monitoring & Control.
|TCO: Prolonged life of
equipment and lamps
|By lighting scenarios that reduce lamp utilisation
below 100% and therefore extend the asset life
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