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EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

Tinuku ~ Startup based in New York, EnGoPlanet, designed the future street lamps are lit thanks to the pedestrians. A new brand named EnGoPlanet concept of "Smart Solutions for Smart Cities" has developed futuristic lighting installations with kinetic tiles to harvest electrical energy from pedestrians.

EnGoPlanet designing future street lamp that can be lit using the kinetic energy of footsteps by pedestrians and solar energy. The company has successfully installed four environmentally friendly street lights in Las Vegas Plaza as replacement for traditional street lamp.

Tinuku EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights that harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

Tinuku.com EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights that harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

Innovative street light, modern and multifunctional is street lighting solutions powered by the energy futuristic and supported only by renewable energy sources. Smart lights will be applied in the streets, parks, parking lots, public buildings and creating visual environment clean.

Panel kinetic energy harvester planted in pedestrian pathway that can generate energy in simple way. People who set foot on the panel generates pressure at each step to be converted into kinetic motion and generate electricity 4 to 8 Watt each footstep per person.

The kinetic energy combined with solar energy collected a device on the pole along battery until nightfall. Solar panels mounted on the upper side of the plate-shaped oval sheet-like leaves, while the bottom side to put the LED lights.



LED light color can be adjusted according to the seasons and events in Las Vegas Plaza using a smartphone. Lights also features wireless internet network, battery charging without wires, WiFi hotspots, CCTV, environmental monitors and USB slots are all powered by kinetic energy and solar.

"Managing and monitoring systems lights organized online through smart software. Check the battery status, dim the lights, receive notifications of errors and many other valuable information," said EnGoPlanet.

"Smart sensors are mounted on mast will also collect a lot of useful environmental data such as temperature, air quality, humidity and others. All data can be viewed in real time," said EnGoPlanet.

EnGoPlanet latest project is the context in which traditional light bulbs emit CO2 or carbon dioxide is the main cause of global warming. EnGoPlanet report 300 million street lamps across the globe produce at least 100 million tons of CO2 annually.

www.Tinuku.com EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights that harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

Tinuku EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights that harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

Tinuku.com EnGoPlanet installed smart street lights that harvest electrical energy using kinetic tiles of step pedestrians

The company said smart street lights are designed to promote the use of renewable energy is clean and cheap. The street lights can also reduce the maintenance cost and electricity bills in some areas up to 75%.

Modern lighting systems not only promote renewable energy sources, but also lowers the cost of installation, energy and maintenance bills. Companies are looking for ways to use the street lights on the road and are interested in extending the technology to other US cities.
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