Sol Chip Technology Integrated into IoT Platform

Gaash Lighting Developing an IoT Platform for Street Lights

Sol Chip CEO Shani Keysar

Sol Chip CEO Shani Keysar presents the company’s everlasting solar battery technology during a Trendlines road show event.

The Apollo platform [developed by Gaash Lighting] is a component in the transition from electricity to electronics. Designed for the era of smart cities and smart homes, the new IoT street light will be produced and marketed in Israel, starting in the first or second quarter of 2016.

The most interesting news about the platform is the integration of new functionality: every lamp post in the city has its own IP address and includes ready-made infrastructure for installing motion sensors, pollution sensors, cellular antenna ports, cameras and more.

Among other things, Gaash CEO Dotan Boksilver said the solar battery developed by Sol Chip will provide backup energy to operate telecommunications accessories and sensors, in case there is a failure in the electrical network.

Gaash Lighting will supply the solution, together with communication and management system and communication routers for the coverage area, for connecting to the street light.

Read the full article on TechTime (Hebrew).

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