Tata communication partners

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Tata Communications, a leading digital infrastructure provider, and MOTWANE, a technology based electronic and IoT company manufacturing electronic test and measurementequipment, have successfully completed the country's largest deployment of smart streetlights for Jamshedpur Utilities and Services (JUSCO). The new streetlights are underpinned by Tata Communications' public Internet of Things (IoT)network based on LoRaWANTM technology, which is the largest of its kind in the world.

With 300 lights, comprehensive urban infrastructure service provider JUSCO's project in Jamshedpur is one of the leading smart street lighting deployment of its kind in the country. It will pave the way for a total of 15,000 lights to be installed in the city in the next five years.

The smart street lighting market in India is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 42.20 per cent during the period of 2016-2022. One of the key reasons for this growth is the government's mission to reduce the country's carbon footprint. This includes replacing traditional high-intensity discharge lamps (HID), which consume a lot of energy and generate a lot of heat, with more energy-efficient smart street lights.,company said in filing with BSE.

Tata Communications partnered with MOTWANE, to successfully deliver an end-to-end solution of smart streetlights for JUSCO. This encompasses the device to application, and network to platformservices. The system enables smart features such as switching the lights on/off or dimming them remotely from the central command centre. The lights can be adjusted in clusters depending on need in each location, which helps reduce manpower costs and energy consumption further. UNI JS SB 1441.