As part of the deployment strategy, Hynetic Electronics has integrated LoRaWAN – Long Range Wide Area Network and NEMA Street Light Controllers for optimised urban lighting systems.
Hynetic Electronics has recently announced the deployment of Street Lighting POC in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and marks its foray into the country.
Commenting on the announcement, Shashank Donthi, Director of Global Business Development of Hynetic Electronics said, “Increased CO2 emissions from lighting have pushed countries to deploy efficient lighting solutions embedded with smart intelligence and Saudi Arabia is no exception. We are delighted to deploy Street Lighting POC to phase out conventional lighting systems and make smart street lighting dominant as part of contributing to the net zero emission agenda.”
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As part of the deployment strategy, Hynetics has integrated LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network), a wireless communication protocol to offer highly efficient and cost-effective means to connect and manage large networks of streetlights, enhancing their functionality and overall performance. With its tech prowess – Bi-Directional Communication, Data Collection and Analytics, Hynetic Electronics endeavors to enhance the functionality and overall performance of street lighting in Saudi Arabia.
Additionally, Hynetic Electronics has deployed NEMA Street Light Controllers to modernize and optimize urban lighting systems. The controllers adhere to globally accepted NEMA standards and are designed to manage and control street lighting infrastructure efficiently. To drive the efficacy and performance standards of Street Lighting, the company will ensure Standardized Control, Remote Monitoring and Control, Adaptive Lighting Solutions, Energy Management, Fault Detection and Maintenance and alert compatibility with Smart City Initiatives.
Additionally, the company has strengthened its international presence with Smart Lighting Deployments in Vietnam, Uruguay, Indonesia and Australia.