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Stand-alone solutions Recommended for basic smart lighting Each luminaire is fitted with a control unit and can be managed independently. This type of control system is ideal for areas with little activity at night such as pedestrian areas, parks, car parks and warehouses. Owlet stand-alone solutions encompass:

intelligent drivers with features such as an astronomical clock for a constant adaptation of the dimming profile, constant light output to eliminate overlighting and scheduled dimming with multi-level programmes;

integrated photocells to switch the luminaire on or off following the level of natural light;

motion and speed detection sensors that enable interactive dimming.

Interoperable network Recommended for entire outdoor lighting installations The Schréder Owlet IoT is a remote control system for monitoring, metering and managing a lighting network. It is a unique combination of state-of-the- art technology and an easy-to-use web interface to control each luminaire at all times from anywhere in the world. With bi-directional communication, the operating status, energy consumption and possible failures can be monitored. Based on Open Standards, Owlet IoT can interact with larger smart city platforms to exchange data or interoperate with neighbouring systems so that you can gain important data to:

rethink services

create new opportunities

enrich citizen experiences.

In short, you can create valuable services for the users of your spaces while taking advantage of strong operational benefits!

Autonomous network Recommended for non-linear activity areas The Autonomous Network Dimming system enables luminaires to communicate together in a closed wireless network to provide dynamic profile dimming. The dimming profile can be easily changed by simply connecting a wireless laptop to one luminaire without using any tools. This system can be enhanced with motion and speed detection sensors. When motion is detected, the detection scenario supplants the dimming scenario to provide safety and comfort for users. The sensors can be centralised or decentralised. Each luminaire is fitted with a control unit and can be managed independently. The autonomous network is perfectly suited to streets, roads, squares, parks, sport fields etc.

We offer 3 levels of lighting control solutions, from basic to advanced