Ikusi proposes a public lighting system based on LED technology enabling individual control of luminaires, measurement of the different electrical parameters, alarm detection and the optimization of lighted areas.
Sensors with no physical infrastructure that capture and provide data on diverse parameters, such as smart sensors for the measurement and control of temperature, noxious gas density, light pollution and other factors affecting environmental management and climate change.
Smart irrigation management by means of humidity sensors. The system processes the data and authorizes irrigation when really necessary. This saves water, facilitating the proper use of hydrological resources.
Smart meters that identify consumer habits to determine measures for improvement and selection of more economic rates, which also enable breakdown detection and the measurement of possible leakages.
Smart volumetric meters to determine patterns of consumption and distribute water more effectively, locating leaks or interruptions in the distribution network.
Smart solution for managing solid urban waste through two-way communication between the infrastructure (collection points) and operators. Equipping bins with sensors will enable them to send real time data on their capacity levels, such that operators are able to configure collection routes more efficiently.
Urban electric substations for medium- to low-voltage power transformation and distribution. The stations may be designed (prefabricated) and protected to meet temporary as well as permanent needs.