Omniflow gets €2 million boost for its solar-, wind-powered IoT street lights


Thanks to Portugal’s Omniflow, renewable energy street lamps doubling up as Wi-Fi hotspots, e-chargers and traffic monitors may soon be ubiquitous street furniture in tomorrow’s smart cities

Smart-city investments worldwide are predicted to almost double to US$158 billion in 2022 from US$81 billion in 2018. High demand is expected for key infrastructure like smart street lighting that is being widely rolled out in major cities across Europe and in nations like China. Many street lamps in use today rely on sensors or cameras to detect movements or daylight to kick into action as needed – thus slashing energy costs and CO2 emissions by an estimated 80%. But street lights continue to be, well, just street lights. Enter Portuguese startup Omniflow, whose product Omnile...
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