GSM-GPRS Based Smart Street Light

by   Imran Kabir, et al.

Street lighting system has always been the traditional manual system of illuminating the streets in Bangladesh, where a dedicated person is posted only to control the street lights of a zone, who roams around the zonal area to switch on and switch off the lights two times a day, which brings about the exhibition of bright lights in street even after sunrise and in some cases maybe the whole day. This results in insertion to the budget. In addition to this, faulty lights may not come to the heed of the concerned authority for a long time which leads to the technical downside. This paper demonstrates a process of controlling the street lights in country like Bangladesh employing SIM900 GSM-GPRS Shield which comes up with the provision of manual control, semi-automated control as well as full-automated control.



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