Smart Street Lighting Control System

An intelligent motion sensor street lighting control system automatically activates when a car or pedestrian is detected in the vicinity. If there is no activity in the area, the light will automatically change to an optimized minimum light level. Expansion of functionality choices employing multifunction light sensors and lighting controllers to reduce energy consumption, minimize maintenance costs, improve citizen safety and quality of life, and take a step toward becoming one of the smart cities.

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Technology used

  • Android
  • iOS
  • MySQL

Team

5 Members
  • BA (2)
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  • Project Manager (1)
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  • Developers (3)
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  • Designers (2)
  • QA Testers (2)

Timeline

5 to 6 Months
  • Of unstoppable work

Client

Smart Road Light App
  • Smart road light Sensor System

Budget

$20,000 to $25,000
  • Budget for completing the project

Challenges of smart road light Sensor System development

Different Triggers

The key problem faced by our developers in this smart road light sensor system was setting up triggers to ensure the system is sound and saves energy. Our developer had to do some study to find different circumstances of when to turn the light on/off.

Integration of multiple smart city applications

Another problem was managing the integration of multiple smart city programs. The integration was not easy, and our developers had to think about it and work on it differently.

Sensor Dependency

There are fundamental motion sensors, wireless communication, and lighting control dependability with smart road light sensor system solutions. Making on-demand, dynamic lighting presented hurdles to our developers.

Major Challenges

How Did We Solve The Challenge?

Solutions Proposed

Creation of Dynamic Dimming Profiles

Our developers designed a system based on dynamic dimming for a cost-effective solution that maximizes energy savings. In this way, we can configure hold duration (light level after sensor trigger) and light rate up and down (how quickly the brightness increases and drops) for each individual luminaire.

Open API-Based Smart Street Lighting

With better-illuminated streets, the public’s impression of safety improves. Our developers employed Open API-based streetlights, which makes it simple to integrate numerous smart city applications such as smart parking nodes, environment sensors, Wi-Fi hotspots, and surveillance systems – all connected and interoperable via a centralized smart city dashboard.

Safe Circle of Light

To address sensor dependencies, we combined many sensors in a single housing to provide on-demand dynamic illumination, with the lights adjusting their brightness based on the presence of pedestrians, bicyclists, or cars. Consequently, the lights dim automatically during off-peak hours when no one is in the vicinity. When a human presence is detected, all lights in the surrounding area revert to the brightness levels previously selected by the user, creating a safe circle of light. Interference issues, such as small animals or moving trees, are, of course, automatically filtered away.

Features of smart streetlights

The NineHertz equipped this smart road light sensor system with a plethora of fantastic features to provide a flawless user experience to its global users.

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