Abstract: This paper presents an intelligent streetlight management system based on LED lamps, designed to facilitate its deployment in existing facilities. The proposed approach, which is based on wireless communication technologies, will minimize the cost of investment of traditional wired systems, which always need civil engineering for burying of cable underground and consequently are more expensive than if the connection of the different nodes is made over the air. The deployed solution will be aware of their surrounding’s environmental conditions, a fact that will be approached for the system intelligence in order to learn, and later, apply dynamic rules. The knowledge of real time illumination needs, in terms of instant use of the street in which it is installed, will also feed our system, with the objective of providing tangible solutions to reduce energy consumption according to the contextual needs, an exact calculation of energy consumption and reliable mechanisms for preventive maintenance of facilities.
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Elejoste, P.; Angulo, I.; Perallos, A.; Chertudi, A.; Zuazola, I.J.G.; Moreno, A.; Azpilicueta, L.; Astrain, J.J.; Falcone, F.; Villadangos, J. An Easy to Deploy Street Light Control System Based on Wireless Communication and LED Technology. Sensors 2013, 13, 6492-6523.
Elejoste P, Angulo I, Perallos A, Chertudi A, Zuazola IJG, Moreno A, Azpilicueta L, Astrain JJ, Falcone F, Villadangos J. An Easy to Deploy Street Light Control System Based on Wireless Communication and LED Technology. Sensors. 2013; 13(5):6492-6523.
Elejoste, Pilar; Angulo, Ignacio; Perallos, Asier; Chertudi, Aitor; Zuazola, Ignacio J.G.; Moreno, Asier; Azpilicueta, Leire; Astrain, José J.; Falcone, Francisco; Villadangos, Jesús. 2013. "An Easy to Deploy Street Light Control System Based on Wireless Communication and LED Technology." Sensors 13, no. 5: 6492-6523.