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  • Ovidiu Vermesan, Chief Scientist, SINTEF, Norway, Eliav Haskal, Director, Philips Research, Nederland

    Intelligent Lighting Poles

    ecoCity eMotion 24-25th September 2014, Erlangen, Germany

    European Conference on Nanoelectronics and Embedded Systems for Electric Mobility

    http://www.artemis-ioe.eu/events/ecar_home.htm

  • Presentation Outline

    Introduction

    Technology Trends

    Intelligent Lighting Pole

    Solar Harvesting

    Battery Management System

    Communications System

    Sommary

  • Objectives

    System integration of electronics with photovoltaic

    panels, PV optimization and the application of

    systems to allow support of the smart grid over the

    internet

    System and prototype designs for the demonstrator

    application of the Solar-powered Off-grid Street

    Lighting

  • BattMan Targets

    Improved battery management systems (BMS) for

    ensuring specifications, including state-of-health

    (SoH) and state-of-charge (SoC) reporting, cell

    balancing and temperature stabilization.

    Enhanced efficiency of the overall energy chain in

    the system, including maximization of system

    performance for both the application requirements

    and battery lifetime.

    System integration of electronics with photovoltaic

    panels and the application of systems to allow

    support of the smart grid over the Internet.

  • BattMan Targets

    Include multi purpose communication capabilities

    Enhance the system "intelligence"

    System and prototype designs for the demonstrator

    application of the Solar-powered Off-grid Street

    Lighting (OSL).

    Extend range of OSL to cold climates and higher

    latitude installations.

    Demonstration and reliability analyses, and design

    for improvement.

  • BattMan Project Partners

    BattMan is an EU collaboration of seven entities:

  • Research on Multiple OSL Options

    Single off-grid pole solution

    Battery pack, electronics and solar panel are mounted at each pole.

    Multiple off-grid pole solution

    Common battery pack and solar panel bank supply multiple poles.

    DC micro grids architecture for multiple lighting poles.

    Hybrid solutions for off- and on-grid power, including

    demand/response through use of the solar energy

    Communication at each pole to allow for remote monitoring

    and commissioning

    For both single and multiple pole installations

  • Research on Multiple OSL Options

    Day

    Communication

  • Intelligent Lighting Pole

    Enables highly-efficient light driving, advanced monitoring

    and remote control

    Reduced maintenance costs

    Increased performance and available energy-consumption

    data

    Communication capabilities wired/wireless

    Gateway

    Sensor/actuators

    PLC IEC 61334-5-1 IEEE

    Wi-Fi

    GPRS/3G/4G,

    IEEE 802.15.4

    IEEE 802.11p

    NFC

  • Intelligent Lighting Pole

    Storage and Charging capabilities

    Green use of energy using LED luminaries

    Low power consumption

    Long lumen constancy

    Long and predictable lifetime

    Light emission can be easily redirected

    Reliability (robust against shock and vibration)

    Environment friendly (CO2 saving and mercury free)

    Quick turn on/off and dimming

  • Battery Management System

    BMS

    Cell Monitor IC

    2xAS8506

    7 Cells+1 Cell

    Data Acquisition

    AS8510

    STM32F

    ARM Cortex M3

  • Charger Module

    Charger - synchronous 4-switch buck-boost DC-DC

    controller

    LT8705

    STM32F

    ARM Cortex M3

    13A/27A

    0.1/0.2CAh

    Depending on temperature

    LTC4020

  • Night

    Communication Management for OSL

    Wireless communication among the lighting poles the pole

    coordinator and the back end maintenance system

    ISO 18000-7 Protocol

    DASH7

    Communication

    GPRS

    Communication

    STM32F

    ARM Cortex M3

  • Communication Platform

    Communication Board:

    Intelligent lighting poles with the first wireless communication

    module

    Wireless communication module using 433 MHz mounted on the

    lighting pole and connected to the battery and processing unit

    DASH7

    Module

    Communication

    Module

    STM32F

    ARM Cortex M3

    Development Kit

  • Communication Platform

    GPRS

    DASH7

    Module

    STM32F

    ARM Cortex M3

    SIM Card

    Module

    OpenTag implementation of DASH7 RF protocol, and this

    implementation supports SPIRIT1 and the circuit is

    designed specifically for smart grid and smart home

    applications.

  • Questions & Answers

    Thank You!

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