August Press Releases

Below, all the press releases about Smartnodes and Lacroix. Bourse Direct – Lacroix rachète le Belge Smartnodes Boursier.comFinance Orange – La croissance française revue à la hausse à 0,3% au deuxième trimestre L’Avenir.net – Eclairage public : la spin-off liégeoise Smartnodes rachetée par le groupe français Lacroix RTBF – Eclairage public : la spin-off liégeoise […]

Smartnodes becomes part of Lacroix Group!

Smartnodes becomes part of Lacroix Group, european leader of the smartcity! We are excited with this acquisition. Our skills were recognized by the LACROIX Group management team and Liège becomes the group competence centre in connection with the Smart City and its commercial base for Northern Europe. In addition, we immediately benefit from the excellent […]

Smartnodes and Wirepas : partners to deliver a true smart city solution based on smart street light infrastructure

Smartnodes, a provider of innovative control modules for outdoor lighting, licenses Wirepas Mesh and joins the Wirepas partner ecosystem to further strengthen smart city applications.  Smartnodes technology is based on deploying intercommunicating sensors along the streets to adapt, in real time, street lighting levels to traffic density and type of users (cars, cyclists and pedestrians) […]

TALQ specification version 2.0: ready for implementation (20/06/2018)

The TALQ Consortium finished its upgrade to Version 2.0. The new version is based on an easy to integrate protocol with RESTful APIs and a JSON data schema. Integration for companies offering Street Lighting or other Smart City Solutions will be possible very quickly and guarantees cities interoperability between different vendors. The TALQ specification 2.0 […]

“Trends” talks about SmartNodes (18/06/2018)

Trends magazine talks about Smartnodes in its article on Smart Cities. “Smartnodes sensors provide interesting data on traffic flows, but can also drive traffic signs. This will help cities effectively to improve the quality of life.” (Jean Beka) The article can be read in French, and in Dutch. The online version here.