Public lighting, a vital service
Reliable and bright public lighting reduces accidents and crime and permits economic activity after dark. New technologies such as LED and Smart controls bring energy savings of up to 75% as well as reduced maintenance costs, so switching from old to new street lighting technologies is a no brainer.
But it’s not as simple as just changing a few thousand bulbs or fittings – a well thought out masterplan is crucial for a successful and a truly transformative new public lighting project. But it all begins with mapping exactly what exists already.
What is DYLA and how does it work?
The location and height of each individual light point
The type of lamp and the street-level light quality parameters
Light coverage and intensity
The process step by step
DYLA’s mobile equipment collects infrastructure and light quality data directly from the streets.
It creates a detailed inventory of every feature of the existing street lighting infrastructure.
The system also provides a clear map-based visualization of actual light levels.
ENGIE Laborelec experts produce a thorough diagnostic analyses, which highlights the most important issues to improve.
Benefits at a glance
Mobile service, no heavy equipment, no disruption of traffic, no concern.
Not just measurements and raw data – DYLA engineers interpret, advise and suggest solutions.
Direct insight into potential energy savings based on solid measurement data.
DYLA, an efficient way to gain insight into your lighting infrastructure through a clear visualisation and thorough diagnostic analyses of the detected issues.
DYLA: Versatile and trustworthy
Why choose ENGIE Laborelec as street lighting specialist
And the company’s experts are well-placed to evaluate and give advice about the cutting edge of lighting trends such as smart lighting, LED colour sensation, Li-Fi and Visible Light Communication. Company specialists are active in international standards organisations such as CIE, ISO and CEN, and this expertise is backed up by the services of ENGIE Laborelec’s own ISO 17025 accredited lighting laboratory.