In the outdoor spaces and accesses to the HCB, an LED lighting system will be installed by Schréder, equipped with an intelligent control and management system that includes integration with other sensors distributed throughout the campus and external sources of information.
The energy benefits resulting from this system will be explored, which go beyond the use of efficient LED luminaires, through the current technology that allows its advanced modeling, based on motion sensors and external environmental conditions, as well as the implementation of predictive maintenance, and preventive and proactive management of lighting failures.
Having a private IP network, the HCB offers unique test conditions and can demonstrate the energy benefits of intelligent management. The objective will be to test and validate this implementation and replicate it in other parts of the city, as public lighting is the biggest consumer of electricity in Lisbon City Council, representing 70% to 75% of its global electricity bill.
AREAS OF INTERVENTION
- - Energy
COORDINATION, TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS
- - Startup Lisboa
- - Lisboa E-Nova
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTELLIGENT OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEM
- - Schréder
- - Entities and the HCB community
- - Local Community
- - Local authorities
- - Policy makers
- - Civil society
LIGHTING THOUGH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
IN THE LIGHT OF INNOVATION
LIGHTING THE SMART CAMPUS OF THE FUTURE
PATHS ILLUMINATED BY INNOVATION
LIGHTING TO THE RHYTHM OF THE CITY