Enel X introduced CES attendees to our JuiceLamp, an integrated solution that serves the double purpose of public lighting and charging infrastructure. This innovative streetlamp features LED lighting and the capacity to charge one or two electric vehicles at a time, depending on the model. In addition to the lighting and charging functions, JuiceLamp can be used for video surveillance, air quality monitoring or public Wi-Fi.
Besides cameras with computer vision software and specialized algorithms allow our Adaptive Lighting solution to regulate the intensity of the light based on real traffic conditions, the weather and the amount of natural light, cutting cities’ energy consumption without affecting safety.
Our City Analytics tool, on the other hand, is technology that Enel X Innovability developed in partnership with a startup that monitors pedestrian and mobility flows using big data.
This tool enables cities to organize their services based on real data on pedestrian and traffic flows, such as safety protocols for events, urban transit planning, and service locations.
Our team demonstrated these technologies during the events - monitoring through a Smart Camera with video analysis booth traffic at CES, where we welcomed 12,431 visitors to our stand across the four-day conference. Total footfall, including Enel X staff, was 18,318, with each visitor spending an average of 73 seconds with us. City Analytics was used to estimate total numbers of visitors at CES and mobility flows within the city during the event.