Mayflower - a proven CMS system involved in some of the largest street lighting projects in the UK

Discreet infrastructure installed on lighting units receives and transmits data to the office enabling full and effective asset management

Monitor and report faults automatically, control switching and vary light output as well as manage energy consumption

A 21st Century solution for the management of exterior lighting and associated illuminated equipment

Full dynamic control and monitoring of each individual lighting unit using low power radio and GPRS/3G communication

Provides the infrastructure for a Smart City network ready for future IoT applications

Mayflower ensures the lighting system is operating at maximum efficiency, reducing financial costs and environmental impact

Complete control over your lighting systems, improving efficiency, product life, service intervals and cost savings

Smart Street Lighting – The Power to Control

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Mayflower Smart Control presentation at Reading University

Mayflower received an invitation from the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) to give a presentation on our highly successful Mayflower CMS system, and the potential it has in the future of Smart Cities.

The event took place at Reading University on the 2nd February and was attended by members of the engineering community, as well as the public who were very keen to hear our plans and vision for the future of Smart Lighting.

Yu Qian, local representative for the IET said “The success of an event is normally judged by us on the response from the audience. It goes without saying that the event last Thursday was a great success with the incredible amount of interests and number of questions from the audients”.

Patrick Mitchell, Head of Mayflower Smart Control commented “The Mayflower team were delighted to be asked to speak at the IET’s South East event and to give an overview of the Mayflower technology and its uses. The Q & A session was lively, varied and engaging, thoroughly enjoyable and we look forward to providing further updates in the future”.

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