Schréder EXEDRA Cognizant of this market development, Schréder Hyperion - the Schréder Group’s business unit dedicated to the research and development of Smart City and Beyond Lighting solutions - developed Schréder EXEDRA, a state-of-the-art remote street lighting management platform with the flexibility to allow customers to explore and evolve into Smart City domains beyond the lighting environment. Schréder EXEDRA provides data security with encryption, hashing, tokenisation and key management practices that protect data across the whole system and its associated services. The entire platform is ISO 27001 certified. It demonstrates that Schréder EXEDRA meets the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continuously improving security management. On average, Schréder EXEDRA was able to generate up to 22% of additional savings (in addition to the savings generated by replacing old lamps with LEDs) over a period of 13 months in projects that were monitored. In 2022, we successfully installed TECEO luminaires with motion sensors connected to the Schréder EXEDRA platform on the Borkener Aa river path in Germany. Every year, residents and tourists take advantage of this wonderful countryside to cycle, hike or simply enjoy the outdoor life.
When relighting the bike path, the council wanted an adaptive lighting system with motion sensors to limit the number of operating hours of the luminaires to a minimum. Managed by the Schréder EXEDRA platform, the luminaires are dimmed when the path is not being used. Thanks to the motion sensors, the light only increases to 100% when people arrive to ensure a safe and comfortable passage. As the street lights are only switched on fully for a limited time, any potential light pollution has been dramatically reduced. As you ride along the bike path, you don’t even notice any difference in the lighting levels. The lighting gradually increases, harmoniously. We are delighted with the new lighting system that has been working perfectly since 2019.
Rainer Labs Clerk - Borken Council
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