Test area 7 - Dr. Zeljko Selinger St
The Detas group relies on the experience passed down from generation to generation since 1896 when in Pola (Istria), the first company was founded, manufacturing electrical components and systems. The Detas illuminate road with lighting class M3, pedestrian and bike paths.
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Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik GmbH
Elektrokovina Lighting d.o.o.
Test area 17 - Ante Neimarevic St
LED luminaires for road lighting Siteco SL20 – with a casing made of compressed aluminium, are positioned on 8m high lamppost. The LED lamp has Constant Light Output (CLO) through its life expectancy. Both lighting class M4 (motorised traffic) and P3 (pedestrians) are qualified.
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In the upcoming period, when is expected low traffic density, it is possible to set LED luminaires in reduced mode (comply with M5 and P4). Also, that can be controlled via power line system or RF signal (with installation).
Led elektronika d.o.o.
Led elektronika d.o.o.
Test area 1 - walkway between Miroslav Krleza St and Mijo Simek St
Test area 2 - Miroslav Krleza St
On two test areas, LED electronica has installed it’s PrecisionLux 2 luminaire which has provided a wide range of applications with its modularity, always delivering high quality, efficiency and reliability, and a solution with a combination of multiple lenses on the same luminaire, where the lens concept itself was created by mathematical models within the company, which was later confirmed by laboratory and field measurements. Such a solution enables the installation of a smaller number of luminaires for the same surface coverage while retaining average illumination and uniformity. In addition, PrecisionLux 2 luminaires on a larger test field are equipped with a standard NEMA socket, enabling future mounting of various types of sensors and controllers of our own or third-party production, thus creating a smart node within the public lighting network.
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During the testing period, it is possible to install several different types of sensors and regulators that are connected to the lamps via the NEMA socket, thus creating the IoT environment. It is planned to incorporate measurement of power consumption characteristics of the luminaires for improved algorithming of the lighting control regime, the traffic counter station and the weather station, developed and produced in-house, integrated into the light pole and to integrate all installed system components within the PrecisionLeap SmartCity platform, as well developed in-house, with the implementation of standalone monitoring and street lighting management algorithms.
Omega Software d.o.o.
Test area 13 - Mijo Simek St (implementation stage)
Testna polja 4 i 5 - Tomo Cikovic St
Omega Software has implemented modern, energy-efficient LED luminaires with power range 20-100 W, software platform for upcoming IoT tech and smart lighting management application.
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In the forthcoming period, the luminaires expect to develop and implement mobile and web applications for monitor for environment parameters (temperature, humidity, pressure, noise, illuminance), monitoring and control public parking spaces with smart cameras and more.
Test area 10 - Miroslav Krleza St
Test area 14 - Lenisce Square
Philips Unistreet Luminaires are installed at the test area 10 (Miroslav Krleza St) with road lighting class M3.
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TownGuide and CityCharm Luminaires with symmetrical and asymmetrical optics are installed at the test area 14 (Lenisce Square) with road lighting class P4/P3.
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In all lamps (both test area) is implemented managing lighting system CityTouch, that provides lamp connection with app via GPRS with wi-fi bi-directional data transfer through GSM network (the lamp is server).
In the upcoming period, installation of further lighting system possibilities is planned, as the monitoring and consumption control via WEB application accessed through WEB browser, that doesn’t require any PC installation.
Tungsram Operations Kft.
Test area 6 - Mijo Simek St
Test area 12 - Tomo Cikovic St
Lamps SMIx and SLBt, installed in test areas, with their design and technical specifications fit to several road types. Additionally, lamps are suitable for residential area, parking lots, roundabouts and the like.
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In the upcoming period Horfam is planning to present lamps of new generation that are currently tested. In test area, they are also planning to present new tech of smart monitoring as the part of Smart City system.
Energy Plus d.o.o.
Energy Plus d.o.o.
Test area 8 - roundabout near gymnasium Fran Galovic
Test area 9 - Dr. Zeljko Selinger St
LED lamps from the E+ DOVE product line are installed in test area 8. As the test area 8 is roundabouts, we used E+DOVE, B solution, which is suitable for higher capacity road, roundabouts, crossroads and the rest. Roundabouts are in careful zone, which is condition to set the lamp with 100% intensity of the light output.
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In test area 9, highly effective LED luminaires from batch of production E+DOVE are installed. As the test area 9 is M4 (lower traffic street), it is used S model of E+DOVE luminaire suitable for alleys, walkways, squares and the like. Those LED lamps work in constant all-night mode with reduced intensity which is managed in advance.
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In the test period, there is the possibility of installing its own LLCS (LED LIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM) system that is developed in own laboratory. System possibilities include controlling, detecting and reporting any public lighting malfunction and automatic reporting to approval person (e.g. public lighting maintainer).
IoT net Adria
The IoT Sigfox network, implemented by IoT net Adria, covers the Living Lab area as well as the Koprivnica urban area.
The implemented Sigfox IoT network is fully functional and available to the Living Lab partners and other interested entities who want to implement or test their existing IoT solutions.
Sigfox IoT network technical standards:
Sigfox IoT is a wireless technology for long distance communication. It enables connection of battery-powered IoT devices and allows low-powered devices to communicate with Internet-connected applications over long range wireless connections.
The advantages of a Sigfox are:
It is planned to use the existing IoT infrastructure (implemented Sigfox network) to test other smart city services in the form of various pilot projects of innovative solutions. In the future, the Sigfox IoT network can be used for all urban essential services and resource management. The same communication infrastructure can be used for smart parking, smart waste management, smart meter reading (remote sensing of energy products and water), monitoring of the noise level and air quality, in addition to smart city lighting.
Citizens of Koprivnica will ensure in possibility of different solutions of public lighting, through open access and active participation. Their feedback and expression of needs will be of key importance for project partners, research and public institutions with the purpose to develop a use extension prototype. For innovative solutions in the field of mobility, ecology and waste management, experiences are collected through visual perception of new outdoor lighting must be chosen as the reference point.
We gathered high-level global and local technology companies and gave them the possibility to test innovative outdoor lighting solutions. LED outdoor lighting gives sub-options that will be available soon in Living Lab which besides energy savings include public charging stations for electric vehicles and bicycles, 5G and energy-saving traffic.
Open and fast-learning European ecosystems put the Living Lab concept at the centre of innovative cities efforts for efficient energy management. The available Living Lab Koprivnica infrastructure and synergy between stakeholders will affect the putting in place of smart city solutions and improvement of citizen life quality.
Hereby we invite all interested developers and academic institutions to take the opportunity of Living Lab Koprivnica. Open testing zones are suitable for individual or group research, where researches, citizens and technology companies can participated actively.
We organize expert visits in the Lighting Living Lab area.