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Zyter signs smart lighting deal with Juganu

by Sion Geschwindt
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US-based Zyter, which provides a variety of software-as-a-service (SaaS) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology, has teamed up with Israel-based Juganu to deploy smart lighting for cities.

Under the terms of the partnership, Zyter will leverage Juganu’s smart lighting solutions and network connectivity framework on future smart campus and smart city implementations worldwide.

Juganu’s smart lighting enables connected light sources and IoT-enabled sensors to be controlled through a single management dashboard or even a smartphone.

When deployed on city streets, Juganu’s network connectivity framework allows municipalities to provide public Wi-Fi and data-driven insights.

In the case of emergency events, automated alerts are sent to a dashboard to speed up response time.  

The platform also provides complete visibility of what is happening across an entire network of connected devices and sensors, supported by advanced analytics.   

Sanjay Govil, founder and CEO of Zyter Inc., said: “Zyter continues to build partnerships with innovative companies like Juganu that extend and enhance the capabilities of our IoT platform and SmartSpaces solutions.

“Smart lighting is important because it provides a fast and economical way for cities and businesses to become smarter and greener.”

Eran Ben-Shmuel, CEO at Juganu, said: “By partnering with Zyter, we can streamline the smart city development process.

“This partnership helps ensure we can deliver more comprehensive smart city solutions, with a faster lead time to achieve a better result for our end customers, cities and communities.”

Image: Shutterstock / metamorworks


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