Why do we pride ourselves with being energy aware? Our take on every project starts with a look around, a 360° overview upon the characteristics of the project, the latest advancements in the field, anything that can uncover the true dimensions and specifics of a particular challenge. We then transgress our gained awareness towards our customer, based on three pillars that define our entire activity:
Thinker & maker
Achieving the balance between research and a hands on, practical approach is something we strive for. We carefully assess and plan before getting in the middle of the action, and always get things done.
Support all the way
From technical consulting to remote technical support, we stand by our partners and never lose our grip of the project. Our complex solutions come to life through all-round customer support.
With competences ranging from electronics, telecommunications and energy to IT security, we are confident when it comes to dealing with complex and challenging projects.
Our competences and solutions target a certain range of fields and industries, for both the public and private sector. We work closely with our partners around the world in order to better the city management and improve the energy distribution grids. Moreover, we are developing a new building management system, thus allowing virtually every building in the city to become intelligent and part of a whole.
In the world of smart cities and IoT, LonMark PLC is proving to be a strong partner for inteliLIGHT’s smart street lighting solution.Details
Why has inteliLIGHT® been the IoT streetlight control solution of choice during Mobile World Congress 2018?
Smart cities are getting smarter, as the future of IoT communications and synergistic integrations is being written under our very eyes. Street lighting is a critical city service, and FLASHNET’s unique approach has been lighting the way during the mobile industry’s most hyper-tech, future-defining event of the year.Details
Flashnet participated at NCE 2017 (European Researchers’ Night) in Brasov, Romania to help encourage the new generation to consider careers in scientific research.Details