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Smart Cities

Cities are responsible for around two thirds of the energy used and 70 percent of all greenhouse gases produced worldwide. Because of this sustainable cities are looking at ways to improve their infrastructures to become more environmentally friendly, increase the quality of life for their residents, and cut costs at the same time.

Smart Street Lighting

Public lighting accounts for an estimated 30% of city expenditures and a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions. Replacing high energy-consuming luminaries with high-efficiency ones improves the situation, but the greatest benefits are achieved with a proven, open standard, multi-application control network, as these customer stories show.

City of OlsoSenart
Milton KeynesBrasov

Beijing Olympic Village: Improves Energy Efficiency

Brasov, Romania: Saves 28% on Energy, 40% on Maintenance

Milton Keynes, England: Cuts Energy Use 40%

Oslo, Norway: Improves Efficiency of 65,000 Streetlights

Øvre Eiker, Norway: Reduces Energy Consumption 45%, Maintenance Costs 35%

Sénart en Essonne, France: Cuts Energy Use 35%

Real-time Remote Control of the Public Lighting System in Saudi Arabia

Ville de Québec, Canada: Saves 30% on Energy


Smart Control

Cities are responsible for a range of assets including transportation, healthcare facilities and parks, fountains and other public infrastructure. These need to operate smoothly, safely and efficiently to meet cities’ urbanization goals while minimizing ongoing operational expense.

Amtrak Ensures Safe Operation at High Speeds

Bellagio Hotel to Cut $1 Million from Famous Fountain Annual Repairs

Fireworks Control System Expandable, Safe, and Half the Cost of Proprietary Systems

Hospital Security System Prevents Infant Abductions

Verifying Solar Panel Health and Power Generation