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CONTROLLING THE STREETLIGHTS

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SMART GRID / SMART CITY

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STRATEGIES BY LOCATION
Urban: High Speed, High Bandwidth, Short Range
Sub-Urban: Lower Speed, Lower Bandwidth, Medium Range
Rural: Low Speed, Low Bandwidth, Long Range

URBAN
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SUB-URBAN

RURAL
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NETWORK TOPOLOGIES
STAND ALONE

STAR NETWORK

MESH NETWORK

No wireless
communication or
cellular direct to CMS

All nodes communicate


directly with Gateway
No node-to-node
communication
Typically longer range
with lower
speeds/bandwidth

All nodes cooperate in


the distribution of data
through the network
Self-healing network
Typically shorter range
with faster
speeds/bandwidth

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SINGLE-APPLICATION NETWORK

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MULTI-APPLICATION NETWORK

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THE SMART STREET LIGHT


Typically an energy efficient
LED street light.
Connected to a communication
network.
Internal and/or external
sensors to collect data.
Communicates with other
smart appliances and
machines.
Controllable from an online
user interface.
Auto-commissioning available.

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FUNCTIONS & BENEFITS


FUNCTIONS
1. On/Off
2. Measure energy
3. Failure reporting
4. Monitor electrical attributes
5. Dim light levels
6. Repeat/relay information
7. Connect with external sensors,
cameras, and other devices.
BENEFITS
1. Saves budget
2. Creates new revenue streams
3. Engages citizens
4. Improves productivity and service
5. Stimulates local economic development
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SMART STREET LIGHT REQUIREMENTS


1. Street lights, preferably LED
2. Seven pin NEMA socket and
dimmable driver on each
street light
3. Reliable communication
network
4. Software interface for
command & control

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THE FUTURE OF SMART STREETLIGHTS


Video surveillance
Traffic management
Adaptive lighting for weather
Smart Parking
Infrastructure Monitoring
AMI integration
Micro Weather Stations
Demand Response
Etc.

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CONSIDERATIONS
1. How will smart street lights be used in the future?
2. What type of information/data will be important?
3. Who and how will this information/data be used?
4. How much bandwidth will be needed for future applications?
5. Is there an existing network already in place?
6. Is an internal or external communication node the best option?

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