Low-rate wireless personal area networks applied to street lighting

@article{DomingoPerez2013LowrateWP,
  title={Low-rate wireless personal area networks applied to street lighting},
  author={F. Domingo-Perez and A. Gil-de-Castro and J. Flores-Arias and F. Bellido-Outeirino and A. Moreno-Mu{\~n}oz},
  journal={Lighting Research & Technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={101 - 90}
}
This paper focuses on the development of an energy-efficient street lighting remote management system making use of low-rate wireless personal area networks and the digital addressable lighting interface (DALI) protocol to get the bidirectional communication necessary for checking lamp parameters like lamp status, current level, etc. Because of the fact that two-thirds of the installed street lighting systems use old and inefficient technologies, there exists a huge potential to renew street… Expand
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