Street lighting management system

The APANET Green System technology is recommended for companies, local government authorities, resident communities and entities that search for solutions reducing the costs of outdoor lighting and lowering CO2 emissions. The smart street lighting management system APANET enables to rationalize the consumption of electrical energy and as a result reduces the level of CO2 emissions. It uses traffic volume data and the readings from the weather stations to adapt the lighting system to the current traffic conditions, no more than it is required by the legal regulations and is necessary for security reasons.

The modernisation of the lighting consisting in the imple – mentation of the management system enables the elec – tricty consumption savings reaching of up to 70% and the reduction of costs related to the lighting system servicing of up to 55% thanks to a full control over the infrastructure. In the event of a malfunction the system automatically notifies the servicing team about the location and the source of the failure. The team does not need to turn off the power supply to find and remove the system malfunction. The main advantage of the APANET system consists in the use of open communication protocols at each stage of data transfer, which is confirmed by the certificate issued by the organisation LonMark International. Openness and interoperability are the key features of the modern systems as they allow for an integration and mutual communication between the systems that are part of the Smart City project, including in particular the ITS system. Our openness can be confirmed by specific installations such as the lighting system in the section of A1 highway – a project in which APANET system has been integrated with weather stations and radars monitoring road traffic volume. We will also soon be able to take pride in the integration with ITS system that is currently implemented in Tychy. The access to the system is possible through an internet browser with the use of the encrypted protocol HTTPS/SSL (providing security for users) from any device that has access to the Internet: computer, tablet or smartphone. The communication between lamps is possible through exisitng power supply cables (European LonWorks PLC standard). Therefore, there is no need to install additional communication cables.

Avantages of the solution:

  • Management of outdoor lighting – individual and automatic powering on or off as well as power restriction functions
  • Monitoring the active and passive electrical energy consumption of the lamps and other devices pow – ered from the same installation, such as Christmas lighting, monitoring, electric vehicle charging station, etc. Constant measurements of active and passive energy, power coefficient and THD
  • Detection of correct lamp functionality and in the event of a system malfunction the approriate authorities are automatically notified
  • Reduction of the energy consumption even by 70%, reduction of management costs by 50% and reduction of the CO 2 emissions by more than 55%

Openness and interoperability are the key features of the modern systems as they allow for an integration and mutual communication between the systems that are part of the Smart City project, including in particular the ITS system. Our openness can be confirmed by specific installations such as the lighting system in the section of A1 highway – a project in which APANET system has been integrated with weather stations and radars monitoring road traffic volume. We will also soon integrate with ITS system that is currently implemented in Tychy.

Contact information:

Marbet Wil Green System Sp. z o.o.
27 Piastów Ave., 52-424 Wrocław
phone: +48 71 783 29 30
e-mail: sekretariat@greensys.pl
www.greensys.pl

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