Telematics Wireless to Implement Smart City Technology in the City of Montreal, Canada

HOLON, Israel --- Telematics Wireless (Telematics) announces that its smart city technology has been selected for use in a new control and monitoring solution for 132,500 street lights in the City of Montreal, Canada. As part of a C$28 million contract awarded to engineering consultants Énergère for the supply and installation of an intelligent street lighting management solution, Telematics' solution will include its 7-pin external Lighting Control Units (LCUs) and internal LCUs that will control the operation of the lighting fixtures.

Énergère, who intend to provide comprehensive city-wide coverage via multiple smart city networks, has chosen Telematics' T-Light Pro™ System for its highly robust wireless mesh multi-hop network that utilizes self-healing and cognitive radio algorithms. Telematics' solution for smart city applications enables reliable and secure two-way communications between lighting nodes and the Central Management Software (CMS) via a wireless network that uses a small number of gateways. This energy-saving solution controls lighting levels and monitors the power and energy usage of lightings. Street light outages are detected in real time, thus reducing maintenance costs and enhancing public safety.

In addition to monitoring and controlling the street lights, the T-Light communications platform will enable the City of Montreal to implement a vast array of smart city solutions. These solutions include the integration of snow sensors which can notify the public works when the streets need to be cleared of snow; the ability to blink the street lights on specific streets to warn citizens to move their cars for the snow plows; and the use of sensors on water meters to provide meter readings, detect leakage or monitor sewage lines for overflow.

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