The project's main purpose is to provide automatic control and identification of faulty street lights. In the proposed project, the operating state of these lights may be simply captured without requiring any manual intervention. As a result, manual labour is reduced as well as the time it takes to fix problems. As a result, in order to address this issue, we come up with a solution for automatic street light detection. For example, the status of the street light will be determined late at night and it should send a notification to the authorized personnel at night. If there is an issue with a specific streetlight, as well as the position of the streetlight that has been damaged. The system is used to turn lights on and off automatically and determines whether the street light is turned on or off. The LDR sensor will be used to automatically turn on/off the street lights dependent on the weather. The project's goal is to provide autonomous street light on/off control and malfunction detection. The goal of the project is to build a lighting system that is low-cost, energy-efficient, and self-contained. Additionally, defects that develop on street lights can be eliminated. A computer in the control station can turn on/off the street light, or light sensors on the street light pole can turn it on/off automatically. The lamps' performance or life will be improved. The use of light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs and a wireless internet connection allows for the creation of flexible, fast-responding, dependable, and energy-saving street lighting systems.
"Smart street lighting system with fault detection,"
Manipal Journal of Science and Technology: Vol. 7:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://impressions.manipal.edu/mjst/vol7/iss1/5