BISITE has developed a public lighting management system that aims to cut the costs of street lighting in order to save money for both public administrations and private entities.

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Using image recognition and different IA techniques, the system extracts patterns from the observation of pedestrian and vehicle traffic at different times and days of the week. By combining the generated predictions with more reactive behaviors, like the direct observation of pedestrian presence and weather conditions, it is possible to keep the street lighting at a safe minimum while providing more luminosity at peak hours.

This smart management is combined with real-time monitoring of the conditions and electrical consumption of the lamp posts and attached devices, and a regular control panel that can be used to override the behavior of the IA modules.

 

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ASSOCIATED PROJECTS

PROJECTS WITH COMPANIES

Implementation of a pilot project of intelligent management of street lighting in the town of Fuente de San Esteban

Funding body: OA CIPSA Council of Salamanca

Collaborators: Fuente de San Esteban City Hall

Principal Research: Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez

Start date: 01-04-2014    End date: 01-10-2015

Implementation of the experimental network communications support for the Smart Village pilot project in the town of Fuente de San Esteban.

Funding body: OA CIPSA Council of Salamanca

Collaborators: Fuente de San Esteban City Hall

Principal Research: Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez

Start date: 01-04-2014    End date: 01-10-2015

Posted by Juan M. Corchado

Vicerrector de Investigación y Transferencia - Universidad de Salamanca // Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer - University of Salamanca

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