Smart Street Lighting System with Adafruit Cloud

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Street Lights consume a lot of power overnight, even though they do not appear to. This paper describes a way to reduce that power consumption while also storing the data in the cloud. In a fast trending world, storing data on the cloud is good for better maintenance and monitoring. This paper also gives a method to control the lights remotely, if required. The lights will be ON in the evening from dusk, and will remain ON in high density traffic areas, till late night. Then, the time when traffic reduces, lights will start working autonomously. This traffic intensity and timings will vary from place to place. These street lights communicate via the fields in the cloud, and will ON the lights before the vehicle even reaches the next area, for a safe margin and to prevent accidents. The main aim of this proposal is to not only reduce power consumption of unused street lights at night, but to also implement it with the help of a cloud to get data for future implementations, which will help make a better cloud-based system in the future.




Karthik*, V. P., Pusuluri, A. L., & CV, R. K. (2020). Smart Street Lighting System with Adafruit Cloud. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(6), 1498–1503.

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