Dhyan has collaborated with Senet to manage and deploy smart streetlighting solution powered by Senet’s LoRaWAN network service.
With interoperability testing completed, the turnkey nature of this solution makes it easy to add smart streetlights to existing LoRaWAN networks such as those deployed for water utility Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) projects or other municipal and enterprise applications.
“The technical attributes of LoRaWAN make it ideal for public lighting systems which can be a valuable anchor application for smart cities or easily added to an existing municipal LoRaWAN network deployment,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO of Senet.
“The testing we’ve completed with the Dhyan Street light controller provides municipalities with a proven solution to improve the quality of public lighting while also enabling a foundation for future efficiency and operations management through the use of additional IoT sensors.”
“Dhyan is pleased to be working with Senet as their experience with LoRaWAN dovetails nicely with Dhyan’s StreetMan smart street lighting management system,” said Prakash Ramadass, Dhyan’s VP Smart Cities. “This is a great solution for cities looking for a low-cost, long-range smart street lighting solution.”
Senet pioneered the use of LoRaWAN for commercial IoT deployments in the US, with significant success in deploying high-capacity networks for municipal water utility districts across the United States.
Dhyan’s central management system technology is in use in IoT deployments worldwide, including a growing number of smart street light networks.
This partnership and integration bring together two leaders in hardware, software, and cloud-based network and device management to create a world-class smart street lighting solution.
The two companies are currently collaborating on commercial deployments and exploring Proof-of-Concept installations with several municipalities.
Both organizations will also be attending the upcoming Smart Cities Connect conference in Columbus, Ohio, April 4-7. Senet will be participating in a workshop titled Sensorize Your City! Monday, April 4th from 1-5 pm EST.