- Website: http://owlet-streetlight.com/
- Owlet uses ZigBee (2.4 GHz) for data transfer. The ZigBee wireless connection has a guaranteed distance of 100m.
- The system is controlled with a simple web interface, which is actually a cloud application. Two types of users can be defined: Administrator and Standard user.
- OLC (Outdoor Luminaire Controller)
- LuCo-NX (Luminaire Controller Next Generation) – controls a single lamp. The LuCo-NX is meant to be fitted directly in the luminaire.
- CoCo (Column Controller) – Ideal if more than one load is attached to a pole i.e. festive lighting.
- SeCo (Segment Controller)
- The SeCo collects data from the OLCs.
- The link between the OLCs and the web interface.
- The SeCo is connected to the internet via a 3G network.
- A SeCo controls one segment with up to 150 luminaire controllers.
Light points can be organized in groups (i.e intersections, main roads, crosswalk, etc.).
Total number of luminaires: 370 (Schréder TECEO 32LED/51W, Schréder GL2C 16LED/19W)
We may have 3 Segment Controllers (SeCo). Each SeCo is equipped with a SIM card so as to connect to the 3G network:
- First Segment: 140 luminaire controllers
- Second Segment: 140 luminaire controllers
- Third Segment: 90 luminaire controllers
Another similar telemanagement system for monitoring, controlling and measuring street lighting systems is Philips City Touch.