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  LonMark Streetlighting

Illuminate the possibilities with LON® monitoring and control!

  Streetlighting Contact
 
Henny van de Bovenkamp
Secretary, OLLC
+31 6 815 660 33
henny@lonmark.org


Facts
Looking for just the facts?
Checkout the Outdoor Lighting Systems Fact Sheet. (opens a PDF document)


GreenTechMedia

“Will Street Lights Become the Nodes of the Networked City?”
 (opens into a new window)


The solution is proven, open and capable of supporting many applications, which gives us the ability to deploy streetlight controllers from multiple manufactures as well as different light technologies over time.
 


– Tom Kristoffersen,
Head of Section Maintenance and Operation;
Agency for Urban Environment,
Oslo Kommune

More Member Testimonials

  Membership

Membership to LonMark International is open to any company, organization or individual committed to the development, manufacture, and use of interoperable open, multi-vendor control systems utilizing ISO/IEC 14908-1 and related standards.

Visit the Membership section for information on how to join LonMark International.



LonMark International Smart Streetlight
 

Municipalities worldwide are discovering the benefits of intelligent streetlight networks to reduce their streetlight network costs while improving light efficiency and safety.  The rising price of electricity is responsible for the majority of the increase in streetlight operation budgets. It’s now becoming strategic and compelling for cities to implement solutions to measure, analyze, and reduce electricity use in order to reduce energy spending, decrease maintenance costs, challenge their electricity providers, and contribute to the reduction of CO₂ emissions.

Benefits of using a networked street lighting system:

  • Reduced energy consumption by up to 40%;
  • Lower maintenance costs by up to 50%;
  • Remote monitoring and control;
  • Diagnostic reporting to identify irregular lamp behavior, individual lamp failure, and lamp temperature;
  • On/off control of individual lamps or segments;
  • Ability to remotely adjust light levels based on time, traffic, weather, season;
  • Integration with police and emergency services for lamp flashing;
  • Increase driver, pedestrian, and resident safety;
  • Serve as an infrastructure for new services such as traffic sensing.


Streetlights from different LonMark members all connected in a single network.

LonMark International is a significant promoter of networked street lights using the ISO/IEC 14908 series of standards for networked control.  Companies offering products based on this international standard are encouraged to adopt Interoperability Guidelines from LonMark International to ensure their products are interoperable with those offered by other companies.  For municipalities, specifying products certified by LonMark International provides a selection of products and solutions offered by a variety of suppliers, reducing the cost of installing and supporting systems over their lifetime.

Street Light Specifications

LonMark International encourages municipalities to utilize specifications requiring open, interoperable solutions. Please feel free to utilize the following specifications for your projects.

MSSLC
Tech Specs

 
 

Articles and White Papers

Get an in-depth understanding of the requirements, benefits and solutions available for networked streetlighting.

Title Author
Smart Cities Require Smart Streetlights Christophe Orceau, chairman OLLC
Open Streetlight Control System for Smarter Cities Christophe Orceau, chairman OLLC
Citylone Combines Indoor and Outdoor Management to be More Energy Efficient Catherine Rambaud, Citylone
Induction and LED Lighting systems for streetlights Michael Ng, Amko
Public Private Partnership - Who's funding it ? Michael Ng, Amko

Smart Streetlights – Why Choose “Open”

Inteligentne Oświetlenie Uliczne – Dlaczego wybrać “Otwartość”? Polish

Smart Streetlights - Why Choose "Open"? - German

Christophe Orceau, chairman OLLC

 

 

Presentations/Videos

Get the latest information on networked street light solutions by downloading recent industry presentations and the smart streetlighting video:.

Streetlighting Presentation - SLMC
Streetlighting Video

 

 

Case Studies

The benefits of the new generation of electronic, dimmable, and communicating ballasts have been proven by the success of projects in Europe, North America and Asia.  Monitored streetlight systems are the next wave in the outdoor lighting market.

Streetlighting Case Studies Location
Modernization of Street Lighting Systems in Tychy Tychy, Poland
Smart LED Streetlight Retrofit Project in City of Bydgoszcz Improves Safety and Energy Savings Bydgoszcz, Poland
Poland’s Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone Shines with LonMark-Certified Smart Lighting System from APANET Tarnobrzeg, Poland
Jędrzejów, Poland Jędrzejów, Poland
China’s Foshan City Achieves 70% Energy Savings Through Automated Streetlights Foshan City, China
SPIE, Paris France Paris, France
Brignais, France France
Zhuhai Doumen District, China China
Brasov, Romania Romania
Place Bellecour, Ville de Lyon [FR] Lyon, France
Guancheng District, China China
Bellecour Place, City of Lyon Lyon, France
Street Lights Deliver Significant Energy Savings Viana Do Castelo, Portugal
Synergy of Intelligent Streetlighting and Energy Conservation Gothenburg, Sweden
UK Streetlighting Systems Saves Energy and Promotes Safety Milton Keynes, England, UK
The Dutch A16 Highway The Netherlands
Streets ahead! City of Oslo to Cut Streetlight Energy Costs by 50% While Increasing Roadway Safety Using LONWORKS Technology Oslo, Norway

 

See Case Studies for other industries also.

 

Street Lighting Members

Join the growing number of companies embracing the LonMark interoperability standard for networked street lighting solutions.

Adic Co., Ltd.
Adic Co., Ltd.…
AMKO SOLARA Lighting Co., Ltd.
AMKO SOLARA Lighting…
APANET Green System Sp. z.o.o.
APANET Green System …
Avnet EMG GmbH, Avnet Memec
Avnet EMG GmbH, Avne…
Citylone
Citylone…
Devtech M2M Pte Ltd
Devtech M2M Pte Ltd…
Echelon Corporation
Echelon Corporation…
e-Controls
e-Controls…
Flashnet SRL
Flashnet SRL…
ISDE
ISDE…
OSRAM GmbH
OSRAM GmbH…
Streetlight.Vision
Streetlight.Vision…
Vossloh-Schwabe Lighting Solutions GmbH & Co. KG
Vossloh-Schwabe Ligh…

 

Lighting+Building 2016 Demonstration

This year's demonstration features interoperable products from our OLLC committee members working together in a fully interoperable demonstration. Find here a listing of product information for all of the participants:

Company
Logo
Document Information
LonMark International

LonMark Outdoor Lighting - EN
LonMark Outdoor Lighting - FR
LonMark Outdoor Lighting - CN
LonMark Outdoor Lighting - DE
LonMark Outdoor Lighting - ES
LonMark Outdoor Lighting - PL

Member Companies
 
ADIC

Adic Management Software
Adic Outdoor Luminaire Controller
Adic Streetlighting Smart Control Box
Adic LED Luminaires

Amko Solara

Amko Conference Ad
Amko Solara LEP
Apanet

Apanet GLC1xx
Apanet GVM100
Apanet GN1xx
Apanet Folder

Citylone

Citylone Overview
Citylone SL-DP002-EDA
Citylone SL21
Citylone SL31
Citylone SL-box

Devtech
Devtech LCG 2500
Devtech LonMark Brochure
Devtech M2M Profile
Echelon

Echelon LPG Datasheet
Echelon LumInsight Enterprise

Flashnet
Flashnet Presentation
FRE-220 Data Sheet
FRE-220-M Data Sheet
inteliLIGHT PLC brochure
Streetlighting Vision
Streetlight Vision Datasheet
Vossloh-Schwabe

Vossloh Schwabe Inovative Systems
Vossloh Schwabe LiCS
Vossloh Schwabe newsLIGHT

 
 
Friends of LonMark
 
Nedal

Nedal Poles - UK
Nedal Poles - DU
Nedal Poles - NL
Nedal Poles - FR

Trilux

Trilux Brochure - EN
Trilux Brochure - DE

Trilux Catalog - DE

 

 


 
 
 
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