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Importance of light pollution and how to reduce it

What is light pollution? It is the presence of anthropogenic and artificial lights in the night environment. Too much light pollution has consequences: it washes out starlight in the night sky, interferes with astronomical research, disrupts ecosystems, has adverse health affects and wastes energy. Street lights are needed in everyday life for various reasons: in addition to helping artificially extend...

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WM-Bus to LoRaWAN™ network

Since the first introduction of Wireless M-Bus, it has been one of the most widely accepted international standards for the remote reading of water, gas, heat and electricity meter data. Although it is a step towards remote reading solution, it is still a costly and time demanding solution compared with the newer solutions on the market. Nordic Automation Systems has...

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Deadline to fulfil the European 2020 climate & energy requirements is almost here

European Union has introduced common measures in the areas of greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energies and energy efficiency since early 1990s. In 2007, EU leaders worked out a new set of key targets to ensure the EU meets its climate and energy targets for the year 2020. The package sets three key targets: 20% cut in greenhouse gas emissions (from 1990 levels) 20%...

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Nordic Automation Systems joins Philips Sensor Ready™ Partner Program

Nordic Automation Systems, one of the few companies globally who provides in-house developed and manufactured LoRaWAN™ solutions, has joined Philips Lighting’s SR (Sensor Ready™) Partner Program. Philips Lighting’s SR (Sensor Ready™) Partner Program is created to support the development of SR certified components. The program connects companies whose components and sensors have been certified to work with Philips SR products....

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NAS showcasing solution for water saving in Cape Town at the African Utility Week 2018

Cape Town, one of South Africa’s most populous cities, is in the grip of a severe water crisis. The city’s population has grown 79% since 1995, from 2.4 million to an estimated 4.3 million in 2018. For the last three years the city has been facing its toughest drought, which has led to water scarcity and restrictions for its residents....

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A new era in smart street lighting

The end-to-end Smart City solution provider Nordic Automation Systems has released the first Zhaga book 18 compliant LoRaWAN™* luminaire controller. The LoRaWAN™ controller offers greater interoperability and presents a more affordable solution to increase the growth of intelligent street lighting systems. Growing electricity prices, increasing environmental requirements and expanding urban growth are driving the worldwide lighting market to high-efficient LED light...

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SenRa and Nordic Automation Systems announce partnership to provide LPWAN solutions across India

SenRa, an India Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) provider for long range-based (LoRa®-based) Internet of Things (IoT) applications and Nordic Automation Systems, an end-to-end LoRaWAN™ solution provider, has partnered up to offer complete remote metering and smart street lighting solutions across India. There has been a tremendous increase in smart metering market so far and the growth does not seem to be...

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Kakumae intelligent street lighting system

Smart City street lighting solution for the first smart marina in the Northern Europe

Smart City solutions are becoming a major part of every city. These solutions would enable cities, including harbours to reduce costs and optimize operations as well to increase quality of life and overall safety. The most recent yacht harbour of Tallinn is located at the Western coast of Kopli Gulf at the beautiful Kakumäe peninsula. Its unique and high-tech infrastructure...

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NAS IoT-Hub secure LoRaWAN cloud platform

Among several LPWAN technologies which enable low-power and long-range communications, LoRa technology is often considered as offering the most effective bi-directional functionality. This means receiving messages from end-nodes as well sending data from base stations back to the endpoint devices, transmitting small messages at a frequency once a day or every hour (in specific cases even more frequently). The base...

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