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Nordic street lighting provider goes smart with Wirepas Connectivity

Nordic street lighting provider goes smart with Wirepas Connectivity

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By Julien Happich



At the same time the smart lighting infrastructure can extend the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver a wide range of applications such as environmental sensing, advertising and indoor position locating.

“The reason for Capelon’s decision to choose Wirepas is that the Finland-based company’s business strategy perfectly fits into our vision and that its connectivity solution perfectly matches the system solutions, which we expect to offer our customers, when facing the challenges of a truly scalable and open smart city solution”, Capelon CEO Liang Liem says.

“The partnership with Capelon is a great proof-case of the versatility of Wirepas Connectivity. The fact that we can do trade-offs between different network parameters, even run-time, guarantees that we can ensure a fit-for-purpose connectivity for different use cases and applications. We are proud that Capelon has chosen our technology”, Wirepas CEO Teppo Hemiä says.

Wirepas Connectivity is a de-centralized radio communications protocol for large scale Industrial IoT applications such as smart metering, lighting, asset tracking, logistics and environmental sensoring. It enables limitless scale, ultra-low power operations, high reliability, and it is easy to deploy.

Wirepas Connectivity for Lighting is a wireless connectivity product optimized for indoor and outdoor lighting. The Wirepas Connectivity protocol is an automated multi-hop mesh network that enables each lighting node to communicate with its neighbor, passing data from device to device until it is finally delivered to a gateway. Each node can send data to multiple devices and to multiple gateways and is itself a possible routing point for any other node.

Wirepas – www.wirepas.com

Capelon – www.capelon.se

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