The lighting of pedestrian walkways is a specific challenge for public lighting. Crosswalk, country lane, seaside promenade, paths used by foot require lighting capable of adapting to all terrains, powerful without being dazzling, safe so that the paths remain accessible at night without lighting unnecessarily. This is what autonomous lighting allows.
Solar street lamps can illuminate the most varied areas. Crosswalk on a concrete road, walkway on a sandy soil, path on an uneven ground, autonomous street lights can be installed anywhere in a few minutes, without trenching work or network connection. Even far away from the main roads, paths are easily illuminated thanks to solar solutions. Their simplified logistic avoid major work and therefore also disturbing users of paths and crosswalks.
Entirely autonomous, Sunna Design’s solar streetlights are equipped with on-board intelligence to manage very precisely the lighting of crosswalks and paths, in particular by adapting the luminous flux power thanks to the detection of walkers: a beneficial feature for the safety of users, the control of energy expenses and the respect of the environment.
The City of Tournefeuille, west of Toulouse, has recently created an additional cycle route in its municipality, with the aim of improving the network of its cycle paths and in particular to connect them to the city’s high school. In order to carry out this project and in coherence with its energy and ecological […]
The city of Valencia in Spain has opted for Sunna Design’s solar street lights to illuminate dark areas of one of its parks. A true green heart of the city, the Jardín de Viveros now benefits from a reliable and sustainable public lighting system, […]