Reducing energy use and providing insight into the multitude of data about the city
Smart Street Lighting
NEC Smart Street Lighting uses LED technology and centralized control to reduce energy usage and costs. The deployment of an IoT network will ensure efficient street light maintenance and management. Smart Street Lighting is a sensor network infrastructure that efficiently collects data about the city in response to requests from various organizations. The system can be leveraged to create safe and secure cities, improve convenience for residents and visitors, and extract and analyze data to revitalize and grow cities.
Large-sized light pole
Small-sized light pole
Features and Benefits
Converting to LED street lights can substantially cut energy use.
A lighting IoT network makes it possible to finely adjust clusters of lighting at once, leading to further power savings.
Efficient maintenance support
IoT sensors constantly monitor performance status, making it possible to promptly and efficiently repair and replace lights.
Scalability enables diverse and advanced utilization
Safe and secure cities
Remote cameras are used to monitor locations where street lights are deployed, allowing operators to address situations appropriately using LED signage or speakers.
In the event of an emergency, the network can be separated from the LTE network. The system can also be used as a service station to collect on-site information and guide people toward evacuation shelters.
Revitalizing cities by grasping the actual condition (Increase profits)
Captured images and data from cameras and sensors are analyzed to provide insight into the intensity of traffic, pedestrian traffic in relation to temperature and weather, and other parameters. The analyzed data can be used to prevent the occurrence of potential risks, and help spur revitalization of cities.
Guidance based on this data can also be provided via the LED signage and speakers.
Improving the efficiency of infrastructure
The introduction of Smart Street Lighting will enable municipalities to respond to requests for data from external organizations in the public and private sectors in an efficient manner without the need to invest in duplicate infrastructure.