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Public lamp posts represent one of the major carriers of modern technologies in the city. enablicollect data related to the city operation and its environment. We start with the pilot project on Karlínské Square, which thus acquired a new, more modern lighting system. The objective is reducing electric energy consumption and, at the same time, furnishing the posts with other functionalities by the means of newly installed measuring sensors. The modernized public lighting posts may also increase safety of people at the given location.

Public lamp posts represent one of the major carriers of modern technologies in the city enabling data collection related to the city operation and its environment with the help of a network of sensors. The place of the pilot project is Karlín Square, which thus acquired a new, more modern lighting systém with the objective to reduce electric energy consumption and, at the same time provide new features by the means of newly installed measuring sensors. The modernized public lighting posts also increase safety of people at the given location.

Sensors monitor motion in their surroundings, measure temperature, CO2 pollution, meteorological parameters and noise. Data are archived in a data platform and processed for further application. In the future, lamp posts could also provide data on neighbouring buildings, benches, smart waste containers, parking meters, etc.

Part of the project involving 92 lights and a sensory network has been successfully completed and evaluated.

The Smart Lighting project also includes a pilot modernization of 5 lamps (lamp posts respectively). It complements the smart functions as an AC charging station for electric vehicles placed on the bottom of the lamp post. The device will be equipped with sensors for air pollution monitoring and with meteosensors. This part of the pilot project (5 EV charging stations) was not implemented within this pilot project.

 

 

Functions

 

  • Regulation of lighting
  • Monitoring of public spaces by sensors

 

Benefits

 

  • Savings based on lighting regulation
  • Savings due to lower consumption related to LED or other modern technologies
  • Reduced costs of lamp maintenance
  • Better quality public services
  • Collection of data for further processing and public space optimization

  

Implementation

2018-2019

 

Pilot evaluation

The end report regarding part of the project and the lessons learned during the implementation of the pilot operation of 92 lights and sensory network are available HERE (Czech language).

 

Team

Operátor ICT, a.s. – Project Manager Prague City Hall Trade Centre Prague

 

 

Project status

Project completed

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