MEMS and Sensors

Bringing smart sensors and smart lighting to smart cities

13 October 2021

Internet of things (IoT) infrastructure vendor Zyter is partnering with Israeli smart infrastructure company Juganu to bring lighting and sensors to future smart campuses and smart cities.

Smart lighting connects light sources to IoT-enabled sensors that can be controlled through a single management dashboard or even a smartphone. Zyter’s IoT platform and command center works with Juganu’s connected lighting platform and sensors to give city managers a view of what’s happening in the city.

On city streets, the network connectivity framework allows municipalities to provide public Wi-Fi and data-driven insights to develop people-centered cities and spaces. In emergency situations, automated alerts can be sent through the dashboard for fast resolution by municipalities.

Zyter’s IoT platform breaks down information by integrating and consolidating data from IoT devices and applications. It allows municipalities to get visibility across an entire network of connected devices and sensors supported by analytics.

The platform uses public lighting infrastructure and covers entire spaces with lighting, sensors and communication using artificial intelligence edge computing.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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