New market research: Global LED and Smart Street Lighting Market Forecast (2016-2026)
- $12.6bn investment in “smart” connected streetlights by 2026
- Telensa global market share leader
Future-proof your investment in LED streetlights with Telensa PLANet
Choose the right wireless smart city network: Telensa Ultra-Narrow-Band
It covers cities in days and with millions of devices deployed worldwide, Telensa’s 2-way UNB connects sensors and controls infrastructure, at a cost point that works for smart city projects.
Telensa, Georgia Power, City of Harrisburg and Northeastern Group to participate in panel on connected LED streetlights at Smart Cities Connect
Pioneering vendor, city and utility representatives to deliver deployment case studies and explore economic impact and Smart City potential of connected LED streetlights Austin, Texas - June 26th 2017 - Telensa, the global leader in connected street lighting and Smart...read more
Telensa, the global leader in connected street lighting and Smart City applications, today announced that it has joined the Smart Cities Council.read more
[From Emirates 24/7 article April 18] The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is planning to expand the Smart LED Lighting Technology Project after proving successful on the bridges of the Dubai Water Canal, Sheikh Zayed Road as well as Al Barsha South 1 & 2...read more
Telensa PLANet: wireless lighting control optimised for Smart Cities
The world is converting to energy-efficient LED street lighting, which is whiter, brighter and more adjustable. Telensa PLANet future-proofs LED investments with centralised automation of local light levels and utility grade real-time energy reporting. The solution pays for itself in energy and maintenance savings and provides a low-cost platform for more IoT applications, keeping the city in control.
- Discreet – looks like a regular photocell
- Flexible – all variants fixture independent
- Accurate – utility-grade metering and GPS
- Resilient – works normally without network
- Long range radio – up to 6 miles from light pole
- Compact – laptop-sized case
- Fast and easy deployment
- Capacity 5,000 telecells
- Low-cost internet connection
- Cloud-hosted secure system
- Complete control & map view
- Scales to city, region or utility lighting populations
- Integrates to other systems
World #1 in wireless outdoor lighting control
- 1 million telecells in 8 countries
- Wide-area wireless: range up to 6 miles
- Major city coverage in 2 days
- Works with all leading manufacturers
The business-case-first path to sustainable IoT
Streetlights are an ideal place for sensors, and they are easily integrated into Telensa’s PLANet soluton. With Telensa, connected streetlights can become a low-cost sensory network taking the pulse of the entire city. The Telensa UNB network is ideal for adding additional applications such as parking or asset tracking. Unlike adapting short-range mesh or cellular networks for these applications, Telensa’s low-cost UNB network means that cities can deploy with a compelling business case from the outset. The Telensa Smart City API enables sensor and application data to be harnessed by a range of smart city applications, enabling better operational planning and more informed decision-making by city leaders.
Telensa Ultra-Narrow-Band (UNB) – the application-proven Smart City network
Telensa UNB is the most deployed type of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) network, with over 9 million devices using it today. LPWA wireless networks are ideal for IoT applications because they are free from the high costs of cellular and the operational complexity of mesh networks. LPWA combines low cost, simple deployment and the long-term stability of unlicensed spectrum in the Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) frequency bands. The natural strengths of LPWA for smart city applications has sparked a rush of companies to enter the market. Telensa is different. We have ten years experience of deploying networks and we are the only provider to provide our UNB network as part of an integrated app-to-device solution, when other companies produce component fragments. We are also a leading player in the ETSI standards body and a board member of the Weightless SIG.
Driving standards and common industry approaches
Not just pilots… millions of devices and more than 50 large-scale smart city networks commercially deployed today.