This is the innovative idea that guarantees the GEOLUMEN System a key role in the process that sees the urban territory and shared spaces evolve into a Smart City, an Intelligent City. Wireless access to a communication network formed by the lighting fixtures, guarantees the possibility of providing services to the citizen / user, with the certainty of total coverage of the lighted area. The geolocation of the individual light points, nodes for sorting information, offers a very useful sharing channel for both the public user and the private customer.
Point-to-point communication between lamps and the Control unit occurs through a radio network.Every single GL-RD node communicates with all those around it thanks to a MESH network, which reconfigures itself automatically in case of signal loss.
The lamps create the network infrastructure necessary for connection to meters (electricity, gas, water, heat) to collect and store data. The secure transfer of data is guaranteed by user authentication and information encryption.
An automatic interface with a brightness sensor for adaptation to the contribution of natural light. An algorithm to set the desired brightness level, define the reaction time and automatically vary the light levels.
One or more sensors to set automatic controls when movement / presence is detected: switching on light points, increasing brightness, sending alarm.
A small remote control that transforms the kinetic energy of pressure into an electrical impulse to send a radio command to the nearest light point which, by locating its position, can activate automatic functions (e.g. a siren, full power on of the lamps, ...).
A network of innovative sensors to monitor, locate and manage parking areas. By radio monitoring the individual spaces, it sends a free / busy signal directly to the control unit thanks to the network access of the nearest light point.
(CO2, temperature, humidity, pressure, radioactivity, ...) analogue-digital sensors interfaced with the lamps to monitor environmental parameters in real time.
Possibility of interfacing actuators for opening / closing accesses and receiving the relative information on the vehicular flow in real time.