Lighting

CitySys – platform for Cities & Municipalities
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The system combining a Smart Lighting IOT solution with effective and immediately useable Smart City IOT infrastructure. CitySys is an open, collaborative and sustainable ecosystem to support the digitization of municipalities built on ready solutions for smart self-government based on the TOP globally respected IOT reference architecture, interoperability standards and shared components.

The system, combined with high-efficiency LED lighting, guarantees energy savings of up to 82-83% in some projects.

Currently, we are managing about 68,000 points

Why via Lighting?

Lighting

Lights are found in all important parts of the city

Distribution

They are evenly distributed (uniformity)

Savings

Replacing them with LED luminaries brings savings and, in turn, the municipality

Saving Funds

For further city development

Power reserve

Utilization of the originally designed capacity of the electrical network even at a reduced consumption.

Extended functionality

when using a scalable system with smart luminaries.

Ideal Position

Lights are ideally distributed in spaces

Anti-vandalism

Luminaire installation height protects them from vandalism.

Better Communication

Better conditions for the propagation of RF communication

Ideal location

Ideal location for installing cameras and sensors.

No reconstruction

There is no need to build a new electricity grid, it is possible to use the power network of the lighting system

Constant Power Supply

A constant power supply forms the basis for most sensors and devices in the Smart City

Level 1
Level 1
Default lighting

Classic lighting with sodium lamps

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Level 2
LED lighting

The replacement of LED lamps came with energy savings compared to sodium lighting

Level 1
Level 3
Smart lighting

Connecting lighting (mainly LED lights) to the Internet of Things (IoT) and managing them using the CMS (Control Management System) over the Internet increases the efficiency of operations

Level 1
Level 4
Smart lighting with Smart City connectivity

Smart lighting can also provide a network connection for other parts of a smart city (eg smart parking, security, etc.). It enables to connect other sensory parts eff. other HW using the permanent power supply in the public lighting pole

Energy Saving as a Part of Lighting

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Used Hardware

Used Technology


Control System PLC

Choose Power Line communication for control that is facilitated along the existing power supply infrastructure. This allows all communication to be done without the need for additional control lines or cabling, thus minimising reconstruction costs. The solution is ideal especially for older installations with a limited number of phases. Special transmitters are located in the distribution boxes, while receivers are within the luminaires.

Choose Power Line
communication for control that is facilitated along the existing power supply infrastructure. This allows all communication
to be done without the need for
additional control lines or cabling,
thus minimising reconstruction
costs. The solution is ideal
especially for older installations
with a limited number of phases.
Special transmitters are located
in the distribution boxes,
while receivers are within the luminaires.

Control System RF

With RF communication all control commands between the central control unit and the luminaire are sent using radio frequency. This allows minimising the cost of installation, plus lighting systems can be reconstructed without need for replacement or addition of wiring infrastructures, nor investment in control line cabling. It also means that no fees need to be paid for the transferred data, which further reduces operational costs.

With RF communication all
control commands between
the central control unit and the
luminaire are sent using radio
frequency. This allows minimising
the cost of installation, plus
lighting systems can be
reconstructed without need for
replacement or addition of wiring
infrastructures, nor investment in
control line cabling. It also means
that no fees need to be paid
for the transferred data, which
further reduces operational costs.

Basic overview

Screen Widgets

a) The map contains displayed entities:

  • EDBs (Electrical Distribution Box)
  • Luminaires

b) List of EDB groups containing the columns:

  • Group name
  • Group colour
  • Number of EDBs (text box)
  • Number of luminaires (text box)

c) Notification widget “News“

d) Notification widget “Events“

e) Widget “Measurement“ containing the following measured quantities

Functionality:

  • adding a virtual device
  • adding a EDB groups
  • Maintenance of group – Modal window with attributes for editing (Group name, Selection of EDB, Group colour)
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Interactive map

An interactive map preview is displayed at all viewing levels.

User possibilities through map usage:

  • Edit view (move, zoom in and out of view),
  • Switch map type – satellite, situational,
  • Choose which devices will be displayed,
  • Add Virtual Points to the system,
  • Mark the devices to see their details,
  • Monitor device status,
  • Create device groups
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