Having the wireless infrastructure for a smart city does not only make it future-ready but it also saves on energy consumption and maintenance costs. Mymesh provides smart lighting for smart cities.
European governments yearly consume over 10 billion Euros on energy with their 91 million street lights. Having a system that connects, monitors and controls all their lights can save a significant amount of resources.
Lights are omnipresent and therefore form the best infrastructure to make any city smart. Mymesh creates a long-range radio network to easily connect, monitor and control devices within a street, neighborhood or even an entire city. Having the network in place, a city becomes adaptive to other technologies that gather relevant information within the urban environment.
Smart cities in 3 easy steps
Mymesh comes in the form of a small device such as a controller or driver that directly connects to your street lights. Once the device has power, it automatically joins its neighbours in a big and reliable Mesh network.
After you installed Mymesh to every LED, controls need to be added. This can be done with sensors or remotely via a management dashboard.
You got your lights, your sensors and your Mymesh App ready. It is now time to commission your building via the easy drag-and-drop interface. Create, delete or change entire buildings with just one simple IPad.
Today, software (Apps/Updates) allow technology to grow with the evolving demand of its user(s). This is what we call “Adaptive Technology”. It is the technology that evolves with its user’s demand and technological advancement.
You probably can’t answer that question now as no one holds the future. However, you want your investments to be ready for it. Adaptive technology makes that possible.
Making a big investment in new lighting goes further than just swapping everything to LED. With Connected LED, the capabilities of your lights grow with the changing demand of its occupants and the technological advancement of tomorrow.
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