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Sunday25 February 2018

System Components


  • The L-RD Unit (Local Tranceiver): is a unit which receives and transmits over specific radio frequencies, information, messages and commands on the current status of the lighting system. The system communicates over light-heads and mobile devices.
  • The L-RDC (Local Tranceiver Coordinator): is a receiver that collects the data from the individual light-heads/groups of light-heads and transmits this information to the control centre; e.g. at City Hall or a service provider facility.
  • CCU (Central Control Unit): The management tool for web access. Utilising a GIS (Geographic Information System) it can address the individual points of light via the Internet. With a user-friendly interface, all anomalies and alarms are in "real time" on an overview map and shown by the points of light. Can be used on mobile devices.


Central Station

Central Station functionalities


  • Enable / disable the individual light points / groups
  • Operation and control of the lamps
  • Calendar programming for automatic adjustments
  • Individual spot management
  • Dimming for individual light points or groups
  • Operation and statistics
  • User Management WEB system
  • Report and database storage


VHF radio traffic

Point-to-Point RADIO communication


Communication between light heads and the central control unit takes place via a wireless network. Our patented process utilises FM frequency radio.


Each L-RD unit communicates with each other based on the mesh technology and ensures the overall network. When the signal once is lost, it will be automatically reconfigured by a system coordinator. The L-RDC interface forwards all information directly to the control station, which is operated by means of a user-friendly interface:


  • No need for a cable network based on the wireless technology
  • Covering the entire urban area
  • Heterogeneous information can be transmitted easily
  • Easy installation and configuration of components, units and groups
  • Analog / digital interface


Radio Remote

LIGHTYEARS® Radio Remote Management System for Smart City


As our local network gives complete coverage of your new Street Lighting area and beyond, many new information and service opportunities can be realised; either as low-cost revenue generators from/for local businesses, or no-cost services provided to residents, such as:

  • Light, Motion & Presence sensors
  • Remote Panic Buttons
  • Security applications and remote diagnostics
  • Environmental monitoring (weather, CO2 pollution, ozone etc.)
  • Smart Metering
  • Parking and traffic management (including parking in public space)
  • Better management of street waste-bin collection
  • Tourism Informations
  • Local Advertising and Promotions