Our customer remodelled the Stationsstraat to have a single direction car lane and a large lane for pedestrians and bicycles.
The luminaries on the car side of the street are set to the “Scheduled Dimming” strategy to conserve energy but still always have enough light during the night.
The other side uses the “Bubble & Timeout” strategy to envelop pedestrians and bicycles in a bubble of light.
A sound measuring device has also been placed facing the bus and train station of Sint-Truiden. When ready, the information from the sound sensor will be sent to law enforcement along with the CCTV camera footage to better respond to any activity.
The whole campus of the university of Liège is being renovated. It is very proud to equip its public lighting infrastructure with the technology of one of its spinoffs, Smartnodes. From an economic point of view, the university board was extremely pleased with the reduction of energy consumption and maintenance cost as well as the respect for the local wild life.
This is the second site installed with G3 technology. Various small car parks surrounding the University’s site are in progress to be equipped with this technology.
Our customer has remodelled the office building, parking and open-air storage area at their Tessenderlo site.
In the storage area they applied 10 SLN-G3 products in a “Detection & Timeout” strategy to control the light output of 5 giant floodlights.
When at night a detection is observed, the light output of the luminaries will go from 20 to 100% for 30 minutes.
Along with the automatic security system of our customer, the site will now be even more protected!
To control the nodes, they connected our gateway to the internet through their internal Ethernet set-up.