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At Schréder, we believe every smart system, no matter which company supplies it, or which customer uses it, should be:

  • Simple
  • Modular
  • Automation-driven
  • Resilient and
  • Trustable.

That is why we have built Schréder EXEDRA on this foundation; to provide towns and cities with a Central Management System (CMS) that optimises connected lighting and related infrastructure. 
Because we know how important it is for towns and cities to invest public funds in infrastructure that delivers operational benefits, meets sustainability and decarbonisation targets and improves services to offer citizens a better quality of life. 
So, when making the major investment in a CMS to connect their lighting infrastructure, which is expected to last for decades, cities should carefully consider whether the system is truly SMART. This is explored in more detail below.

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Connecting street lighting to a CMS simplifies operations, reduces maintenance time and costs, optimises light levels and delivers significant energy savings and reduced carbon emissions. But these systems need to be easy to deploy and easy to use for everyone from the system manager to the maintenance contractor. Like smartphones, users should be able to get the results they want without worrying about what's in the box. 

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Your path to openness and interoperability 

By definition, a smart city is a connected one so collaboration is key. Every asset and network is part of an ecosystem. Luminaires, sensors, fibre networks, security systems, cables and utilities: none of them exist in isolation. Cities need to ensure that digital and physical assets can converge into a unique system, regardless of when they were installed or who manufactured them. Open, interoperable systems open up a myriad of possibilities for connecting platforms, gaining data and building a circular economy. 

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The power of data insights and seamless automation

Guesswork is dead. Data-driven insights guide decisions and shape strategies that optimise energy consumption, streamline operations, prevent failures, and lay the foundation for an urban landscape empowered by informed choices. 
Schréder EXEDRA takes full advantage of the potential of data, machine learning and automation to enable cities to address the complex challenges of the modern world in a smarter, more reliable and more efficient way. 

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State-of-the-art features for today and tomorrow

The most liveable cities require lighting controlled by a robust and reliable web platform. The success of these platforms relies on their ability to withstand challenges and evolve with changing circumstances, technologies and requirements. Cities need a CMS that is open, interoperable, scalable and future-proof. One that works seamlessly with other software and hardware to bring on board a wide variety of lights, networks and systems, including legacy assets.

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Cybersecurity to protect data and systems

Modern cities are driven by data drawn from every device across the city, from street lights to security cameras. Every public infrastructure asset that is connected to the internet is a potential target for a cyberattack. The answer is not to give up on the myriad benefits smart systems can bring but to mitigate risks by following industry best practices and investing in trustable systems. The first step for a forward-thinking city is to choose an ISO 27001 certified system like Schréder EXEDRA.

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