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inteliLIGHT, the first large-scale connected lighting project using LoRaWAN™ Zhaga compatible controllers in Brescia, Italy
The 10.000 LoRaWAN compatible controllers to be installed by ENGIE Italy prove that Flashnet’s engineers have successfully adapted inteliLIGHT hardware components to fit the very compact ZHAGA casing.
Besides out-of-the box interoperability with any inteliLIGHT components (hardware or software), all TALQ members and certified providers have now access to Flashnet’s IoT Platform, enabling them to use of an entire array of IoT communications like LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT, LTE-M or Wi-SUN.
S.C. FLASHNET S.A. implemented from 16.06.2017 until 15.09.2019, the “LoRaNET – platforma Internet of Things (IoT)” project, co-financed by European Regional Development Fund,
S.C. FLASHNET S.A. a derulat, începând cu data de 16.06.2017 până la 15.09.2019, proiectul “LoRaNET – platforma Internet of Things (IoT)”, co-finanțat prin Fondul European de Dezvoltare Regională.
Bougival, city of Impressionists, literature and music, is now at the forefront of street lighting innovation in France
After being acquired by Engie last year, Flashnet started a series of implementations in partnership with Engie France. Bougival joins several French cities that have chosen to implement and test inteliLIGHT’s street lighting management solution for its outstanding flexibility, reliability and affordability.
FLASHNET makes an important step towards the Latin-American Smart City & IoT market with inteliLIGHT
In early May 2019, FLASHNET showcased its smart street lighting solution, inteliLIGHT, during the IoT Innovatech 2019 conference in Santiago de Chile, one of the main centers of IoT development in South America.
The North-African leaders of technology, Watsystem Solutions Industries, have invited Flashnet to speak about the perspectives of city security within today’s smart cities during Integrated Risk Platform, a tech conference organized in Morocco in early April