The recently developed lamps from the CleanTech start-up LEDcity are able to communicate with each other. They detect when and where artificial lighting is required. In the future, they will also be able to autonomously order replacements and support security staff.

The Zurich-based CleanTech start-up LEDcity has further developed its smart lighting solutions with its new lamp by the name of Halbautonom+. The integrated light sensors allow the light intensity to be continuously adapted to requirements in the immediate area. This is made possible by the integration of a radar and light sensor as well as a radio module in each individual lamp. In this way, the lamps can communicate with each other, the start-up writes in a press release. According to information from the company itself, its system uses up to 90 percent less energy.

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