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Low-voltage, optical, lighting network, video surveillance system and traffic light construction in Rezekne

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Period: 2011–2012

Location: Rezekne, Atbrīvošanas alley


low-voltage network reconstruction, optical network construction, lighting network, video surveillance system and traffic light construction

The implemented solutions: low-voltage, optical and lighting network, video surveillance, traffic light system

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We have undertaken the construction of a low-voltage network, optical network, lighting, network, video surveillance systems and traffic light system in Rezekne, Atbrīvošanas alley from Lubānas iela to Pils iela and Atbrīvošanas alley from Pils iela to Latgales iela, as well as the bridge over the River Rezekne. In reconstructing Atbrīvošanas alleyin Rezekne, the protection of existing communications was undertaken, new electric lighting with LED lights was built that provides not only the fundamental purpose – providing lighting on the mentioned streets, but also significant technological improvements that provide maintenance savings on energy bills and new opportunities for users of these streets – city residents and visitors, as well as maintainers. This site implemented the first solution in the Baltic States – LED street light construction, installation and integration of the total road infrastructure, as well as the introduction of a video surveillance system to the city and a restored traffic light option. In exactly this way, projects provide the most added value to local governments in attracting ERDF funding, and not only restore the existing communication links, but, with the introduction of advanced technology solutions, such as video surveillance, intelligent video surveillance, energy efficient lighting construction, and others, also simplify the functions, reduce costs and improve the quality of life for residents.