Smart City Technology
An accessible infrastructure that delivers a smart city network
Utilise your existing lighting networks to harness the power of environmental monitoring and feedback systems.
Smart Cities and Urban Infrastructure present a tough challenge for Local Authorities, Municipalities and Councils.
They need to identify the most cost-effective and sustainable paths to enabling intelligent city, town or village landscapes. The key challenge has been mainly due to the perceived widespread investment needed for technology infrastructure that can truly deliver intelligence at an urban-wide level.
Up until now, these have been too expensive for most authorities, and despite the wealth of benefits of individual ‘Smart City’ or ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) applications, they have rarely merited the cost of deployment of the necessary wireless network.
Smart City Technology
Street lighting presents a highly efficient, commercial opportunity to achieve true Smart Urban status as they are ideal candidates for reuse as a city-, town- or village-wide sensory network:
They are found in urban areas across the globe
Line the roads at regular intervals
Connected to mains power
Good height for wireless coverage
The enLight® Solution
We are able to provide a retrofit upgrade platform to the hundreds of million street lights around the world that will:
- Reduce electricity costs by over 50%
- Offer ROI of approximately 3½ years
- Provide expandable and scalable for other applications
enLight® offers municipalities a cost-effective alternative to replacing entire lighting stock by significantly improving the energy efficiency of their current infrastructure and harnessing its power to deliver additional benefits for citizens.
Built to accommodate multiple device types and display them on a single user interface, with enLight® there is no longer any need to deploy multiple networks for monitoring an urban environment.
enLight® makes smart city technology an affordable reality for city, county and district authorities.
Free Future Smart City Workshops
We are offering 5 Free Workshops for councils across the UK. Download the leaflet to find out more.
Smart Cities Technology
Understand how enLight can help you to maximise the potential from your existing assets?
Have you considered implementing Smart infrastructure? Do you find the technological advantages offered by such systems attractive but the costs prohibitive? Is monitoring your urban environment becoming an increasing concern?
Find out how enLight’s intelligent systems enable your organisation to deploy these effective monitoring solutions to whilst reducing your overall energy and maintenance costs.
Our technology is already being trialled by a major UK urban council and has been implemented by a number of market leading private enterprises across multiple sites.
One of the driving forces behind this adoption is enLight’s experience in this sector, which has allowed the continual refinement of our implementation model to work with any location on a world-wide basis.
Discover now how you could access the power of enLight’s systems to genuine create a Smart City infrastructure.
Find out the following…
In our Smart City brochure, you will discover the following unique benefits of our system:
- How enLight’s technology works – utilising existing utility frameworks to support our monitoring and broadcast systems. Create a Smart City platform with existing infrastructure
- Why our system makes financial sense – reductions in costs that will provide a return on investment in less than 42 months
- Future proofing – enLights network bandwidth is 100 times faster than any of our competition
- A practical approach to deployment – enLight’s stage by stage approach to implementation that makes sense both logistically and financially
IOT – The Internet of Things is the trending buzz phrase. To us It’s Only Technology and unlike most of our competitors we know how to make it work.
Unlike many of our competitors, enLight has the power to deliver complete end to end smart city solutions, which consist both of the devices necessary for effective monitoring and the networks to power them.