The project implemented in Dhaka, Bangladesh, involved individual wireless control for 3,500 LED luminaires using the LiTouch Base Station Lite network.
As part of the project, the LiTouch network was deployed, providing infrastructure for wireless control of LED luminaires. This network enables individual control of each luminaire, creation of groups for collective management, and customization of lighting scenarios.
Thanks to the wireless technology based on LiTouch Base Stations, the management of LED luminaires has become more flexible and efficient. Operators can remotely control the lighting, adjust brightness, and create optimal lighting conditions for different areas of the city.
The project in Dhaka, Bangladesh, utilizing the LiTouch Base Station Lite network, has achieved improved energy efficiency, enhanced lighting quality, and reduced operational costs. Wireless lighting control offers flexibility and scalability, allowing for optimized use of LED luminaires in urban environments.
Energy savings up to 60%
Street lights dim automatically based on schedule or environment, saving up to 60% energy and reducing CO2 emissions
Reduce maintenance costs up to 50%
We reduce service costs up to 50% by proactively alerting maintenance staff of faults/outages in fixtures or networks
Create complex scenarios with QULON devices based on daylight, weather, traffic, air pollution, and holidays - virtually limitless!
Manage street lights remotely with QULON software. Get live stats, create performance reports with a click for individual or grouped fixtures