- Posted by SolutionsTeam
- On May 30, 2020
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LED lighting is gradually finding its way into every corner our of lives, from homes to offices to showrooms, warehouses and campuses. Recently it’s been the turn of our city streetlights, where cities are saving money while improving the safety of their residents. But you’re leaving money on the table if your city’s streetlights are just “dumb” LEDs. Over 111 cities* have adopted connected “smart” streetlights which can be centrally controlled, and you really can’t call a city “smart” unless it has smart streetlights.
But while you’re making your streetlights smart, it’s a good idea to plan for the future. A well-managed smart streetlight management software might be sufficient, but to get the most out of a connected streetlight network, municipalities should also be looking to centrally manage the sensors, cameras, EV charging stations and any other smart street asset that will be attached to the pole.
We introduce you to StreetMan, a technology-agnostic smart street asset management system for configuring, managing and controlling any type of street asset. Since it comes with multi-vendor support, you don’t have to worry about deploying devices with varying technologies. It is powered by DMS Technology, which is secure, scalable and is being used to manage millions of devices in cities and utilities worldwide. Our sixteen year old expertise ensures that you are in the best hands as we have already managed a broad range of devices. Also, it is equipped with several user-friendly features:
- Dimming Manager for streetlights
- Real time control of assets
- Patented UI
- Bulk configuration of new devices
- Google Map Views
- Live Dashboards
Talk to us to know more about StreetMan, a patented and TALQ-certified street asset management system, and we’ll help you to make your streets smarter. With support for all sorts of street assets, you can install various devices and let StreetMan take care of the rest – you don’t need a different piece of software for every new device installed.