Smart Lighting Project for Public Housing Estates Won IDC Smart City APAC Awards

We are proud to be winner for the Smart Buildings/Tech Parks category, IDC Smart City APAC Awards (SCAPA) 2020.

The IDC Smart City Asia/Pacific Awards (SCAPA), previously known as Smart Evolution Index, was inaugurated in Shenzhen in 2015 particularly aimed to provide a solid venue to identify the latest trends and address the prevailing challenges faced by cities, local governments and their ICT suppliers in the Asia/Pacific region. Now in its sixth year, the Smart City Asia Pacific Awards is aimed to grow its loyal following in the public sector with some of the most acclaimed regulators, industry practitioners and services providers to discuss the strategic initiatives and share successful implementations amid this developing sector in the APEJ region.

Our Smart Lighting Project for Public Housing Estates, Housing Development Board, Singapore, efficiently reduces energy consumption whilst ensuring residents’ safety and integration with other IoT-driven applications for one of Singapore’s matured brown-field estates.

Connecting over 10,000 luminaires with motion sensors to a smart wireless mesh network, and managed through a single platform, the project provides on-demand lighting for more than 42 resident blocks including corridors, stairwells, gardens and walkways, and 7 surface carparks.

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