The teaching resource will require 12 weeks.
Reducing the cost of expenses, especially in terms of saving electricity consumption is one of the most controversial topics in recent years around the world.
Lighting remains one of the areas that greatly consumes electricity.
It is about 19% of global electricity consumption.
Regulation of hours of public lighting in some city streets of Kosovo is based on sensors that are placed in substations and work on the principle of detecting the percentage of sunlight. If a certain threshold / percentage is achieved, the pre-configured devices, switch the lights on or off. From the moment the lamp is on to their extinguishing it will work with full intensity 100%.
The public lighting system in Kosovo has the same basic functionality as in most European countries.
The application for automation of lighting city streets "City Lighting" is based on facilitating the work of parties who participate directly or indirectly in this application.
The application is a Web application which will be able to easily manage and automatically city lighting by hours of sunrise or sunset for Kosovo.
Reduction will be on several areas: reduction on expenditure i.e. on the purchase and maintenance of light sensors detector, energy saving which is obtained by reducing the intensity of lighting the lamps during late night hours.
Such a system would enable the city street lighting to be completely automatically.
This will be applied in terms of programming. The theory will be taught and homework shall be given, but the actual software application will be achieved through City Lighting from various factors, therefore there will be many parameters to feed each of the students.
This Project will be part of the final mark/grade.