The replacement of the previous street lighting was implemented within the framework of an energy efficiency plan implemented by a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) led by EDP Brasil and Enerfocus.
Street Lighting and Internet of Things (IoT): moving towards a sustainable future through an open Smart City architecture
In the article we wrote for the latest issue of IntelCities – the magazine specialized in sustainable development and smart cities – we highlight the possibilities of the “perfect synergy” between Street Lighting and IoT on the path to a sustainable future.
How a IoT solution based on street lighting can be a “very powerful weapon to fight pandemics anonymously and economically” – Miguel Allen Lima opinion piece for the newspapers Dinheiro Vivo (Portugal) and La República (Colombia).
The initial goal is to close deals with a limited set of cities and develop projects to “showcase” the company and its street lighting technology. But the medium-term stategy is more ambitious.
Developed to light up regions of the globe where street lighting is absent or deficient, LLESA uses the sun as exclusive source of energy and incorporates a smart management system to optimize the capture of the solar energy and control the luminous flux.
The company’s goal for 2020 is to be able to “close a deal with at least 3 or four cities” in that country.
The content platform, specialized in smart and efficient cities, presents the solutions and some of the smart lighting projects developed by Arquiled.
“Antena 1” Radio features the new smart Street Light system of Tomar municipality in the program “Portugal em Direto”
Arquiled’s CEO Miguel Allen Lima and Anabela Freitas, mayor of Tomar, explain the technology involved, the innovative nature of the project and the benefits both to citizens and the municipality.
“In the next 5 to 10 years most of the country will have smart luminaires” – Miguel Allen Lima to the RTP 3 TV Channel
Arquiled’s CEO announces a revolution in cities management driven by the Internet of Things and highlights Arquiled’s work in this area pointing the municipality of Tomar as a forerunner to the movement in Portugal.
Arquiled, through its affiliate Bright Science, is the latest member of LoRa Alliance®, the international organization committed to the development of radio frequency technologies through the LoRaWAN® protocol to promote efficient IoT connectivity.