We believe that it is easier to begin a smart city journey with
smart streetlights. Public lighting represents one of the finest
powered grids – spread across towns and cities throughout
Cities can benefit from the inter-connection between
smart streetlights and other smart city systems. For example,
street lights of the future will adapt colour on the path of an
emergency vehicle – so that traffic ahead can start moving aside
even before hearing the siren of an emergency vehicle.
Typical Street Lighting
Significant energy wastage
Significant air pollution
Significant light pollution
Smart Street Lighting
Allows energy savings of up to 80%
Save energy radically, thereby lowering
CO2 emissions considerably
Reduces light pollution
A more sustainable living environment
Remote Access To Control and/or Monitor:
The sensors enable on-demand lighting by automatically adjusting the brightness of the lamps according to human presence
Like other Tvilight intelligent street lighting
products, CitySense Plus and CitySense Lite were developed to withstand harsh outdoor
Advanced Human Detection*
The sensor allows filtering non-human movement, like that of animals or wind. Lamps will only react to human activity, e.g. to
pedestrians, cyclists and cars.
*Available in CitySense Plus only.
CitySense Plus and CitySense Lite can perform traffic density monitoring without additional sensors. The generated heatmap
shows the relative traffic density based on the number of relevant triggers received.
Full Remote Management & Control
You can read and control CitySense Plus / Lite lamps through our own software, CityManager, or any suitable third-party software
Upon detection of human presence, the sensors trigger all lights in the surrounding
areas turn to a pre-defined brightness level, visually creating a safe circle of light around
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”We have 43 parks, 2 standpipes, several water tanks and 16 floodlights all connected through our Smarter Control System. Highly recommended, saved us over 200k per year in wages alone.”
Grant Voss, Town of Port Hedland
User pay approach to floodlight control with mobile phone and swipe card access for sporting clubs.
Bulk Water Access
User pay approach with swipe card access and central management for standpipe use
Central management of water tanks for fire-fighting or irrigation purposes with level alarms via SMS and Email