IoT sensors for the Smart City

sensori

LUMINIBUS consente di integrare sensori di traffico (TAI-Traffic Adaptive Installation) e di luminanza e meteo (FAI-Full Adaptive Installation) per consentire di adattare l'illuminazione secondo le due possibilit√† attualmente consentite dalla norma, ossia in base alla sola variabile traffico e o a quelle di rilevamento meteo e luminosit√† ambiente.

LUMINIBUS pu√≤ integrare ulteriori altri sensori (es. parcheggi, colonnine ricarica auto, pannelli a messaggio variabile...) per renderli completamente operativi e interagenti con la piattaforma software IoT, anche se non autonomi per l'alimentazione elettrica o la comunicazione dati su rete NB-IoT.

IOT SENSORS FOR ADAPTIVE LIGHTING

IOT SENSORS FOR ADAPTIVE LIGHTING

Traffic, luminance and weather sensors to enable lighting to be adapted according to the two possibilities allowed by the standard:
- "TAI" (Traffic Adaptive Installation) mode, in which the street lighting is adapted to the traffic variable only
- "FAI" (Full Adaptive Installation) mode, which adds weather and ambient light detection to the "TAI" mode.
 
IOT SENSORS FOR SMART CITY SERVICES

IOT SENSORS FOR SMART CITY SERVICES

LUMINIBUS is able to integrate any type of IoT sensor, more or less advanced, to meet any power supply and data communication requirements.
 
Through the IOTeqa platform, the data collected by LUMINIBUS or, if autonomous, directly by the IoT sensors themselves are used to manage the most varied smart city services in response to the typical needs of citizens and the territory.
In fact, it is possible to integrate intelligent environmental sensors to optimise the spreading of salt on roads, monitor traffic, prevent flooding of subways or manholes, manage parking payment columns, manage recharging stations for bicycles and electric cars, manage bicycle rental stations, monitor wi-fi spots, manage variable message panels, power and monitor support stations for defibrillators (AED), receive alarms, SOS and much more.
The choice of the IoT sensor to be integrated is closely linked to the need to be met and, consequently, to the service to be enabled.