The smart street lighting project of the City of Montreal won an award in the Energy category of the prestigious “Smart Cities 50 Awards”. This competition rewards the fifty most outstanding smart projects of the year at the Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo Symposium. Ms. Isabelle Lessard, Project Manager in street lighting for the City of Montreal was honored yesterday in Kansas City, accompanied by Catherine Roy-Cardin, Business Manager at Énergère, and Daniel Noiseux, Vice President Business Development for DimOnOff.
This project, carried out by Énergère, involved the modernization of 132,500 LED luminaires and the implementation of an intelligent lighting management system throughout the city of Montreal. In addition to requiring a single, scalable platform, the City has raised the level of functional and technical requirements of the system by requiring the integration of three different intelligent control suppliers. The DimOnOff SCMS platform (Smart Cities Management System) was selected to manage and control the entire lighting network. The hardware that enables a communication network backbone are provided by DimOnOff, along with Current by GE and Telematics Wireless.
Thanks to this system, the City of Montreal will optimize the management of its lighting network and reduce its energy consumption and maintenance costs. Énergère congratulates the City of Montreal and warmly thanks its partners.
From left to right:
Daniel Noiseux, Vice President Business Development, DimOnOff
Isabelle Lessard, Project Manager in street lighting, City of Montréal
Catherine Roy-Cardin, Business Manager, Énergère