Motion detection eliminates light wastage especially late at night. The possibility of further reducing lighting, in the absence of people, minimizes energy consumption and the resulting CO2 emissions.
In many hours of the night, areas such as public parks or green areas do not have the passage of people. For this reason, there are no problems in reducing the luminous flux, knowing that the right lighting is always guaranteed with the motion sensor
A motion sensor is able to control one or more luminaires simultaneously via radio. The typical installation is in small systems in green areas or near a pedestrian crossing.
By placing a motion sensor on each luminaires, it is possible to adjust the light dynamically following pedestrians or vehicles, thus creating a wave of light.