Silver Spring Networks picked for smart lighting project in Paris

Evesa selected Silver Spring Networks Inc., a networking platform and solutions provider for smart energy networks, for an advanced streetlight and traffic signal management project in the city of Paris as the city seeks to reduce its public lighting energy consumption by 30 percent over the next 10 years.

This is the first in a multi-step process that the “City of Lights” is undertaking to manage a complex array of thousands of streetlights, streetlight control boxes, traffic signal control boxes, and other elements of Paris’ public lighting and traffic control infrastructure.

Silver Spring provides a high-performance IPv6-based network that establishes a communications foundation for a city’s assets regardless of distribution topology. Silver Spring is expanding the functionality of its smart infrastructure platform to support smart city solutions such as intelligent street lighting, traffic signal control and electric vehicle charging, among others.

Silver Spring has partnered with Streetlight Vision, a leader in public lighting control software applications, to provide a complete solution to meeting operators’ needs for improved lighting control and monitoring.

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