2 DigitalLighting TM integrates all the services to make the city smart, sustainable and more liveable.
3 TM The trends and challenges of a modern city On the way to becoming a Smart City We provide services to make the city intelligent So much more than you expect is now available in a multi-sensory PP world 5 Saving energy, respecting the environment, reducing operating costs, and increasing the efficiency and quality of services are the main goals to which all of today s cities should aspire. Defined as intelligent or Smart Cities, these cities are developing styles of administration, methods, policies, reporting and tools that make economic development possible, a more sustainable development to improve the quality of life. Our customers are Public Administrations, Energy Service Companies (ESCO) residential areas, shopping centres and large spaces in general. Energy saving Lighting management Tracking people & objects Hot spot Wi-Fi Pollution monitoring Electric vehicle recharging Remote reading Festive lighting Disaster risk reporting Public irrigation system Video Surveillance Signage Tourism Waste collection Bike sharing Weather & road condition arking Private ligting Traffic monitoring DigitalLighting TM is a new enabling, highperformance technology, that makes it possible: - to ensure the safety of citizens - have an attractive and lively image - create a flexible and efficient city With a simple and elegant object, primarily in the form of street lighting, it is possible to achieve: - smart lighting control - video surveillance and traffic analysis - internet Wi-Fi HotSpot coverage - variable message signs - electric car and bicycle recharging - control of free parking areas - waste management - tracking of objects and people - bikesharing management All in a single integrated solution. PP: Patent Pending TM: Trade Mark
4 Guaranteed Return on Investment Funding programme directly managed by Horizon 2020 A powerful, effective new technology Performance and Safety Guaranteed 7 Thanks to fully integrated functionality, DigitalLighting TM enables a considerable reduction in the total investment cost. The costs of purchasing individual functions in non-integrated systems and devices is considerably higher than those of DigitalLighting TM which offers integrated physical features and functions to allow for communication and exchange of information between all the different applications within. The significant benefits are: greater integration of SmartCity logic greater expandability and service coverage lower purchasing and operational costs possible marketing of certain services The results achieved in terms of increased energy efficiency and reduction of negative impacts are encouraging, making the Smart City a target for European cities for the next Horizon 2020 programming cycle, based on the principles of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The unique DigitalLighting TM, network uses a wireless WiFi broadband mesh, ensuring the highest performance, unprecedented coverage and a simple and fast connection between system nodes. The platform, accessible from various devices (PCs, Tablets and Smartphones), allows the user to purchase only selected applications for a monthly fee, while the management and user interface, residing in a CLOUD computing architecture, ensure data security and performance scalability. DigitalLighting TM therefore ensures connective flexibility (no cables), reconfigurability (automatic repair of faults), no need for traditional power supply (no electrical panel need), remarkable scalability (growth) and redundancy in the connections to the management server (multi-gateway).
5 Intelligent lighting that guarantees savings Algorithms and sensors analyse the information 9 STANDARD LIGHT PROFILES DigitalLighting TM, with integrated light sensors, cameras, radar, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, RFID and weather, reduces light pollution and saves electrical energy. With these technologies the system provides the optimum degree of lighting based on the presence of people, objects or special conditions on the road. The system is programmed on the basis of the astronomical calendar, for each day and individual lamppost, with unlimited lighting profiles and unlimited groupings of logical lighting points (i.e. street lights on intersections, roundabouts, straight roads, etc ). Finally, accounting for the hours of operation and consumption analysis make it possible to optimise maintenance and minimise costs. ENERGY 100% 0% ENERGY 100% 0% 18h 6h Day 18h WITH MOTION DETECTION 6h SAFETY High LOW SAFETY High Day LOW ENERGY 60% ENERGY 100% ENERGY 25% Può una telecamera essere più utile? Videosorveglianza e monitoraggio del traffico Can the lighting be dimmed when not in use? Intelligent lighting The DigitalLighting TM system performs a second-by-second analysis on information of various types from the road and the surrounding area and decides whether energy consumption should be optimised by reducing the light intensity produced by individual street lamps.
6 Safety on the roads, an indispensable requirement A camera to provide services and save energy 11 DigitalLighting TM ensures greater safety on the roads. In addition to observing the state of traffic from above, the builtin cameras can send images in real time to the supervisors, locally store high resolution videos available on request and analyse traffic of cars and people on the move, thus optimising lighting profiles. The use of integrated radar, in addition to or as a substitute, ensures operation of the system even in cases where low visibility can make camera vision less effective. REPLAY Can a camera be used to better advantage? Video surveillance and traffic monitoring. A new frontier in security and smart savings. Camera surveillance and traffic analysis, simultaneous functions for efficient street lighting regulation. Object recognition, recognition of variation in scenes, special traffic situations can provide important information for optimising energy consumption. VIDEO DETECTION - RECORDING - REMOTE PLAYBACK - EMERGENCY ALERT
7 Free to browse Information and savings ENERGY 100% 13 Because of the way it was designed, wherever there is one of its nodes, DigitalLighting TM, can extend the Internet HotSpot Wi-Fi coverage, at very low costs. The technology and integration used are the driving spirit behind a continually developing system. The imagination has free reign to think of new services for the people, making the most of the potential for intelligent objects (IOT, the internet of things) increasingly present in the streets ENERGY 25% Full Wi-Fi coverage? Internet for everyone, savings and freedom Wi-Fi throughout the territory, broadband internet and communication with objects on the road. Analysis of the presence of people in motion with devices connected to the network and optimised street light management.
8 The multi-sensory PP feature at everyone s service Monitoring the traffic situation and more. 15 To implement energy consumption optimisation strategies, the DigitalLighting TM multi-sensory PP system can make a difference; analysing weather conditions, traffic and pollution, allowing for intervention on critical routes by suggesting possible variations in traffic organisation, for example, by optimising the functioning and timing of traffic lights: cameras provide information on the concentration of people and objects on the scene, radar controls the speed of movement, Bluetooth sensors pick up the travel times and flows on the roads, vibration sensors monitor the presence of heavy vehicles, Wi-Fi checks connections and the movement of people, RFID, ZigBee and ibeacons monitor the passage of elderly and children and those who use Apps for Smartphones, Integrated weather sensors measure the temperature, humidity and CO2, CO. TRAFFIC ALTERANTIVE ROUTE Always up to date on what is happening? Monitoring of traffic, weather and road conditions The DigitalLighting TM system uses various sensors to monitor the state of traffic, weather and road conditions. Information that can be used for various purposes.
9 The solution to the problems related to parking Mobility in urban areas: fundamental for the smooth running of any city 17 With the continuing increase in the number of cars on the road, the problem of mobility affects not only public space occupied but also the time and kilometres required to find a parking space. The DigitalLighting TM system reduces the search time, and ensures energy savings (fuel), but also the driver s peace of mind when meeting commitments without wasting energy looking for parking. Providing drivers with accurate information on where to find available parking spaces facilitates the flow of traffic, thanks to software applications (Web Apps) that help locate parking. Free Parking Where can I find a parking space? Real time reporting of empty parking spaces Il sistema DigitalLighting TM system used embedded sensors to verify the presence of unoccupied parking spaces and report them through Smartphone and Tablet Apps.
10 Communication and distribution network The management of energy accounting and free spaces 19 There is an increasing presence of electric vehicles thanks to lower operating costs and their innate low-pollution design. The thing that is often missing is a station where they can fill up on energy. With the presence of street lamps along the roads, this problem can be handled through a network of recharge points links for vehicles. The DigitalLighting TM system manages user recognition, reports the user consumption, and searches for available parking space using the Web and dedicated Apps. Recharge the vehicle anywhere? The street light becomes an energy distributor The presence of a public lighting network means the providing of services for sustainable mobility, from cars to scooters and bicycles.
11 Parents and children can feel more confident Geolocation and communication with an integrated system 21 DigitalLighting TM is also able to create coverage areas for communication with objects, such as Smartwatches, SmartTAGs, Smartphones and Tablets in order to decrease the distances between people. Children and the elderly can be Localised and therefore reached in exactly the place where they are located. A signal can travel through the network, and with the available application, reach the people involved. This mechanism can also be used to communicate the presence of people to the lighting network requesting that the local lighting be made brighter. FIND Lost or in need of help? The service is ideal for locating people and providing assistance Children and the elderly can be located through the use of wearable objects (smart TAGs) that communicate with parents or with a service. All this improves safety but also lighting management.
12 Ongoing pollution georeferencing Equipped to divert traffic in real time 23 Through a georeferenced representation, the system can instantly analyse values and trends. The processed data can help those who analyse road network viability to send messages to motorists to divert traffic to less frequented routes. The analysis can be done either on the basis of statistics or time, in other words, changing routes in real time. Is reducing pollution a utopian dream? A network of sensors analyses the air and decides La rete DigitalLighting TM network can collect information relating to noise, temperature, humidity, CO, CO2, PM10 and more. Access to this data makes it possible to direct traffic toward less congested routes.
13 Any object along the way can communicate The system conveys the information in real time 25 Information coming from the street and from the Internet can be shown on panels of various dimensions affixed to public lighting poles and other structures. In fact the flexibility of a wireless system is precisely that it is not bound to a single power source. In addition to information of public interest, these panels can be used as advertising space that can be sold to third parties, giving a faster return on investment. Could a direction sign be useful to you? Variable automated message signs The data processed by the DigitalLighting TM system can be shown on variable automatic message signs to keep citizens informed, but they can do more.
14 Updated systems readings The ideal system to test for failures and abnormal consumption 27 Clients can connect through the site (www. digitallighting.it) and the dedicated apps to consult all the electronic metering systems that are automatically and periodically updated by the system. It provides: Savings on reading/control costs Readings on daily consumption trends (alarm for abnormal consumption) Accurate, continuous readings m 3 Save money on energy-counter readings? Telemetry system The integrated DigitalLighting TM system records data collected from various meters/counters completely eliminating any manual operation.
15 Watercourses and fire hazard areas under control Promptly report possible danger 29 Information on water levels in rivers (level sensors) and the state of forests (temperature, humidity and intensity of solar radiation) reach the processing system that generates reports on exceeded thresholds, through the DigitalLighting TM network. In addition, the built-in camera allows for the immediate visualization of the critical situation. Can the territory be monitored and disasters prevented? Integrated network of sensors is always connected The DigitalLighting TM integrated detection system works round the clock, regardless of weather conditions, ensuring reliable and uninterrupted detection.
16 The classic and the technological Proximity and information services 31 The enhancement of Italy s vast cultural heritage is essential for revitalising tourism, but also for the inhabitants themselves to experience the city. Thanks to DigitalLighting TM, cultural heritage information that can be used by proximity services (Bluetooth) can be put online. In addition, the collection of information on movements and preferences of tourists can be helpful in improving the offer. Surveillance, with cameras, and Wi-Fi connectivity, complete the package of services for safety and entertainment. How can you enhance your area? Additional services for tourism The DigitalLighting TM enables targeted management of lighting, preferred routes, directions on variable message signs and communication with the tourist.
17 Festive city lighting One more way to use light Intelligently 33 In times of crisis and spending reviews one might think about doing without the Christmas lights that normally decorate city centres. STANDARD LIGHT PROFILES ENERGY 10% ENERGY 10% With the DigitalLighting TM system, street lighting and festive lighting can coexist. It provides simultaneous control in order to avoid overlap and waste. Then, through calendars with different schedules, street lights can be turned on at some times, and festive lights at others, without overlap. ENERGY 100% 0% ENERGY 100% 0% SAFETY High LOW 18h 6h Day WITH MOTION DETECTION SAFETY High LOW 18h 6h Day ENERGY 10% ENERGY 100% ENERGY 10% Do without Christmas lights? A way to save without being left in the dark Management of festive lighting is not limited to traditional streetlights but also includes control of Christmas lights.
18 Private lighting Advanced services for large spaces 35 The DigitalLighting TM platform is also suited to private customers. In the parking lots of shopping centres, in parks and large spaces in general, the integrated lighting services, with Wi-Fi, hotspots and surveillance is a successful solution. Services for proximity marketing, advertising screens and audio management can be provided on request. SHOP Only street lighting? A technology open to a variety of needs As well as city streets, there are also commercial facilities that can benefit from an intelligent system to save energy and ensure security, leaving space for the creation of other value added services.
19 Simple and economical waste monitoring A service that can grow 37 Within the metropolitan areas waste collection is an important and challenging service to manage. Optimising the routes of the waste compactors can save time, fuel and improve the service because it can adapt to periods where there are varying amounts of waste to dispose of. The widespread distribution of the DigitalLighting TM nodes allows for a low consumption real-time communication of information on the level of waste in the bins. A centralised system dynamically calculates routes of collection vehicles. A cleaner city? Knowing when and where there is an accumulation of waste The DigitalLighting TM technology lets you know the status of the bins and therefore how much waste is present, managing the collection vehicles to provide a service that is both more efficient and cheaper.
20 Bike sharing Mobility with low environmental impact 39 Bikes in the city are undoubtedly the cheapest, greenest and healthiest means of transport. DigitalLighting TM makes it possible to communicate with the bikes to know their position and status (in the case of electric bikes). The parking areas can be smaller and distributed throughout the town so that it is easier to pick up and return the bikes. Special services, with video and web terminals, indicate the presence and position of available bikes. For leisure or for work? Bike sharing is showing its potential New services for locating available bikes but also for managing their position (and their recharging) in an integrated and distributed system.
21 Public irrigation Intelligent technology for more liveable cities 41 Making public spaces more attractive and at the same time not wasting water is our goal. DigitalLighting TM technology provides wireless communication with the control valves of automatic sprinkler systems. The analysis of environmental factors (temperature, humidity, sunshine intensity) related to information on the season and integrated with the weather information, can provide green spaces with the correct amountof water. on low Can water for irrigation be managed intelligently? Irrigation with an eye on the weather forecast The DigitalLighting TM system is so advanced that it can consider a range of environmental information, also taking it from the web. All this helps to supply the right amount of water to irrigate green spaces and not generate waste.
22 Why DigitalLighting? Cost of public lighting 43 It is a point-to-point management system for lighting and SmartCity services such as: video surveillance, Wi-Fi hotspots and sensors, all in a single device The economic savings, in addition to those savings achieved with intelligent management, are also due to the lower cost of purchasing a single integrated product The network of street lights is managed by wireless nodes with broadband connection which make it independent from the power supply and distribution panel. The distribution of these devices enables internet coverage that is extended through the deployment of Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the city The high performance cameras (5Mpx with interchangeable lenses) integrated with the node, in addition to video surveillance for increased security, perform real-time analysis of traffic with the aim of dimming the light where no movement is detected The network has no limits in terms of: number of nodes installed, creation of daily lighting profiles and groupings of lighting fixtures. The street lamp operates autonomously, even when there is no connection to the communication network Providing SaaS (Software as a Service), without the need for installation at the customer s site, makes the system easy and fast to use via Smartphone, Tablet and PC. A single user interface (GUI) for the integrated management of lighting systems, video surveillance and SmartCity services, provides a greater level of usability The analysis of presences and movements using: cameras, Doppler effect radar, interfaces, Bluetooth and RFID/NFC. The same RFID and Bluetooth interfaces also make it possible to track people and objects and manages such services as BikeSharing, EasyParking and the charging of electric cars and bikes The system has a very high level of expandability and scalability and the return in investment can be very fast, or even exceeded, through the sale of advertising and information services 100 Conventional lighting 80 With simple management Return on investment (ROI) 50 With Smart management DigitalLighting TM 25 Smart DigitalLighting TM management and LED The rate of return on investment depends on the characteristics of the installation, by the number of light points and the type of light/lamp installed. Experience has shown that by installing a management system, it is possible to save 20% compared to the conventional system, which pays for itself in 3-7 years. The return on investment for a smart DigitalLighting TM management system is reduced to 2-5, but the sale of services, advertising and information in the area, can reduce that time even further, to the point of eliminating operating costs.
23 Management interface Panel with a list of available zones Localisation map of devices The right panel, list of lighting installations to select Lighting management Controls for switching light on and off Daily lighting profile, adjustable by changing the height of the columns 45 The DigitalLighting TM system control software is an integrated WEB Computing tool for managing all services. With a single tool you can set the operating parameters of the lighting, access the data collected, monitor consumption and system failures, manage cameras and sensors for surveillance and traffic monitoring, capture and analyse environmental parameters, check hot spots, and programme variable message or advertising signs. Individual lights or groups of lights can be controlled with no limit on quantity and type of grouping. Manual or automatic management, using the astronomical calendar and twilight sensors, and daily on and off scheduling. Lighting management through personalised calendars, with the possibility of configuring lighting profiles for each day of the year. Activation of optimization features through traffic surveillance cameras, radar and other sensors
24 For every type of lighting Applications Modules: Crepuscolar Camers Radar Bluetooth Wifi AP Environm. sens. RFID / NFC Expansion Vibrations 47 HPS lamps % intensity adjustment Lighting management Video Surveillance Wi-Fi hot spot Road conditions, weather monitoring Car parks Electric vehicle recharging LED lamps 0-100% intensity adjustment Objects / People tracking Pollution monitoring Signage Remote reading Disaster risk reporting Conventional lamps On and off switching DigitalLighting TM allows for the management of any type of lighting, ensuring compatibility with any systems already installed and using the latest LED technology. The light intensity adjustment allows for the maximum in energy savings and reduction in light pollution. The monitoring of consumption and operation time allows you to check that the lighting fixtures are running properly and to provide for and organise their maintenance. Tourism Special/festive lighting Private space lighting Waste collection Bike sharing Public irrigation system The DigitalLighting TM integrated modules make a variety of applications possible, saving energy, and ensuring safety and liveability on the roads.
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