Joules Technologies

Smart Site Light pole

Empowering cities with Smart Site Light Poles

About Smart Site Light pole

The Smart Site Light Pole (SSLP) is an integrated electrical power, communication, security, sensor, lighting control, and area lighting pole system.​

Smart light poles can increase urban efficiency while reducing energy costs. They contribute to solving many urban problems due to their ability to incorporate software controls, electronics and sensors that can receive and transmit data.​

Smart poles can improve parking and traffic management through real-time data, leading to a reduction in congestion and emissions. Smart poles can also monitor air quality and detect and notify officials about street flooding. They can easily retrofit a myriad of new and evolving technologies and devices as they become available.​

There could be multitude of devices that can be mounted on to a Site Pole or make the Poles System a modular design to accommodate multiple instances of devices. ​

​Our Offerings

 – User Experience Definition
– Conceptual Design​
– Network Architecture​
– Technical Specifications Development​
– Vendor Selection process and Onboarding​
– Technical Evaluations of Shop drawing Submittals​
– Mobile/Kiosk Application development

Smart Site Light Poles Design​

 – Smart poles is an integration of connected lighting, wireless connectivity (whether Wi-Fi or cellular technology), and Internet of Things (IoT) sensors into one cohesively designed unit ​
– It can also incorporate security cameras, solar PV, wind microturbines, EV charging, public power supplies, police call boxes, and electronic messaging signs ​
– It is used to integrate communications radios into the base of a pole unit, host IoT and smart city sensors in the middle, and top the pole with a lighting fixture and incorporated antennas ​
– Modular design which allows simple replacement of components when outdated or damaged ​
– Smart pole can be a publicly accessible Wi-Fi network, it is common for smart poles to use small cells for 4G and 5G densification​
– Common IoT sensor applications include traffic monitoring, smart parking systems, pedestrian tracking, air quality monitoring, weather sensing, and noise level monitoring