At night, streets and other public space are lit up, even if there is no need. This is where our lighting system plays a decisive role: A sensor recognises and classifies moving objects such as vehicles or pedestrians, detects their speed and direction and communicates their characteristics to the nearby luminaires. In conformity with the required standards, they only illuminate the defined sector with the specified brightness needed to ensure safe movement for the object in question. The lighting of areas not in use is reduced to a minimum in conformity with the required standards.
The luminaires operate autonomously within the compound and provide the ideal illumination required. External control is possible but not necessary for the functionality of the system.
Street lighting on demand for a vehicle
Change of lighting conditions during the approach of a vehicle