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Why SigFox is Not a Good Option for Connected Street-Lightingby@marisamartinez
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Why SigFox is Not a Good Option for Connected Street-Lighting

by Marisa Martinez6mMay 27th, 2021
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Connected streetlights can receive data from and send data to a central management system (CMS), typically in the cloud. By doing this, streetlights and/or cabinets can be monitored and controlled remotely. A street-lighting operator can create dimming schedules or generate overrides when needed and track operational data, such as asset information for maintenance, energy usage, and lamp burn hours. A low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) is a wireless telecommunication wide area network designed to allow long-range communications at low bit rates among various connected devices.

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