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Telekom Deutschland brings smart street lights to Monheim

Monday 19 December 2016 | 10:38 CET | News
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Telekom Deutschland has installed IoT street light technology in the city of Monheim am Rhein in conjunction with the town's electricity subsidiary MEGA. The new lighting infrastructure can be remotely dimmed or brightened via an IoT network controlled by a Telekom Deutschland platform. Sensors on each pole can also automatically report any failures or required maintenance in the network. Each street lamp was replaced with LED technology that drops power consumption from 70 watts per hour to 22 watts per hour, a saving of 70 percent.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telekom Deutschland
Countries: Germany
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