Technology is increasingly present in our lives. Cities that integrate powerful ICT and IoT solutions into their infrastructure become known as Smart Cities. They use advanced sensor and communication solutions to manage everything from transportation and energy supply to human well-being and safety.
In this context, street lights have a powerful role to play. Being one of the most important public assets, they form a foundation upon which a city-wide intelligent network can be built. Street lights are the key to the Smart City.
Tvilight transforms the conventional lighting infrastructure into a powerful open platform for Smart City applications and devices. With our products, possibilities are endless. Traffic management, environmental monitoring, and asset management—all of this and much more is at the distance of your desktop dashboard.
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Why choose smart lighting for your city?
Make your city livable
Tvilight's solutions help save energy, drive down CO₂ and combat light pollution. As a result, citizens enjoy a greener, healthier environment.
Spending less on electricity and maintenance means more funds are available for even more Smart City applications.
Brand your city to the world
When you commit to the use of advanced technology, your city becomes more attractive to the global community, tourists and investors.
Make them fall in love with it
Adaptive street lights create an interactive, ambient and warm atmosphere in public spaces, bringing people in urban communities closer to each other.
Light up and protect
Poorly lit streets invite crime. Avoid this with presence-detecting street lamps that will embrace every citizen in a safe circle of light.
Reinforce the beauty of the city through a clever use of adaptive outdoor lighting and let the monuments shine through the night.
Scale up and expand
Our intelligent systems encourage the integration of third-party applications and devices, thus being a perfect platform for a Smart City.
Stay in the loop
Be aware of the state of your lighting facilities in real-time. Make use of traffic heatmaps. Explore the possibilities of environmental and traffic monitoring.