Remote Control IoT
AXLIGHT is a cutting-edge product based on a network of wireless sensors that allows you to drive a given lighting system, using the most common standards for data communication and innovative proprietary technology.
AxLight allows you to create a low-power wireless network infrastructure. Through this infrastructure is possible to convey various information, including data from sensors deployed in the territory. In addition, thanks to this distributed network is possible to send commands to the various IoT objects.
AxLight uses the Mesh type as its network structure, i.e. a mesh network consisting of a large number of nodes that act as receivers, transmitters and repeaters. This type of decentralised network infrastructure is relatively cheap, highly adaptable and robust. The nodes act as repeaters to transmit the broadcast signal from the closest nodes to the peers (equivalent nodes) that are too far away to be reached directly. In this way, the network is able to cover large distances and "redefine itself on the fly" when a single node fails.
The system behind the AxLight product is a combination of cutting-edge technology solutions for remote control of lighting points and IoT objects. Through an intuitive user interface, the system is able to monitor, control and manage lighting systems from the single light point to the lighting network as a whole. The heart of the system is the "mesh" communication based on ZigBee 3.0 protocol, a technology widely used in industry to create secure and reliable wireless networks.
Wireless devices, within the signal coverage areas, can communicate without restrictions of any kind; radio waves are able to pass through walls and doors and in addition receivers and transmitters can be implemented almost anywhere. This is a great advantage where the construction of traditional wired network infrastructure is economically disadvantageous.
There is no need for a strict organization of the network, if all the devices follow the same standard and can communicate without an organic network design; moreover, the addition of new users does not cause particular problems while, in wired networks, for each new location it is necessary to add at least one socket and the wiring needed to connect to the network.
AxLight makes it possible to implement small portable devices and small receivers/transmitters, so that you can manage a lighting network even in confined spaces such as historic buildings, hotels or public places, without the obligation of invasive work, thus ensuring the exploitation of the potential of a telecommunications network even in places not extended.
Wireless communications can also "survive" natural disasters and do not require any data cabling; in the event of an earthquake, for example, it would be possible to continue to communicate whereas a wired network could probably be irreparably damaged.