Cloud Studio


The smart lighting vertical allows monitoring and control of public and commercial lighting. Supporting hundreds of thousands of artifacts in various technologies, it aims to maximize the availability of lighting infrastructure, minimize maintenance cost and improve the lighting conditions of public space.

More about Beam

Monitoring and control of lighting artifacts in public spaces and large commercial areas.

Functions for power off, on, dimming, time scheduling, and adaptation to external lighting conditions.

Support for control of artifacts in individual or group form.

Real-time monitoring of status and failures.

Main Features

Online inventory, including luminaires without telemanagement.

Real-time consumption monitoring.

Monitoring of maintainers and repairs.

Availability reports, power consumption, failures, etc.​

All from a single web user interface.

External interfaces to other systems.

Why choose Beam?

Because centralized monitoring and optimization of lighting:

Reduce maintenance costs and save energy significantly.

Makes real-time inventory posting possible.

Allows you to apply preventive maintenance actions.

Maximizes infrastructure availability.

It allows to extend the functionality through external systems, such as SCADA systems, accident prevention and treatment, etc.

A solution for each stage

Beam offers tools for all stages, from maintaining inventories in projects without telemanagement, to the most sophisticated monitoring and control of individual light points.

Stage I
Full Inventory

Inventory of luminaires, boards, and circuits, including the location geographically of each element, associated serial numbers, brand, model, postal address, etc.

Stage II
Telemanagement on board/frame

Telemanagement at the board level, for means of contactors in each circuit. Consumption measurement at the level of circuit and/or full board.

Stage III
Individual Telemanagement

Individual light point level telemanagement, including monitoring, programming, and control of each luminaire via smart drivers or external hardware.

Device Management

The interfaces in the core of Beam interact with measurement and performance devices:

Getting real-time data from both their variables and how is it working.​

Storing the data obtained for post-processing and classify them for presentation in Dashboards, reports, etc.

Command them manually when necessary.

Commanding them through autonomous logic, which can involve external calendars or subsystems.

Wide Interoperability

Like any component of the Cloud Studio platform, BEAM can interact with a variety of communications technologies:

Wiring / PLC, through the respective gateways.

Wireless (LoRa, Sigfox, ZigBee, 802.15,4, NBIoT, etc.), acting as an application server.

Proprietary technologies, through gateways and hubs to which can be developed specific interfaces.

The architecture of the interfaces makes it possible to incorporate new communications technologies (e.g. NB-IoT) with little effort.

Configuration & Security

Beam inherits all the features of Configuration and security of the Cloud Studio platform

Configuring users with maximum granularity permissions, at the individual device level if necessary.

2048-bit SSL protection in all communications.

Single-Sign-On (SSL) including the possibility of identification through external vendors (LDAP).

Secure open API, with individual permissions for each application that uses it, using techniques similar to OAuth.

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