creates a smart, attractive and sustainable world of light
Citelum puts cities' essential needs at the center of its service offer and commits to deliver results.
Reducing the energy bill is a top priority for cities. Citelum makes lighting smart and allows energy savings up to 80%.Learn more
Showcasing monuments and architectural heritage. Citelum offers cities a new attractiveness with artistic lighting.Learn more
Light is a source of security. In addition to an adapted lighting, Citelum has created associated services to make cities a safer place.Learn more
Traffic jams and the unavailability of parking spaces impact the quality of air and the citizens' well-being. Citelum improves traffic flows, makes travels safer and supports electric mobility.Learn more
Communication devices are evolving. To connect between all players, Citelum implements new connected services.Learn more
Global warming concerns everybody. Citelum renovates lighting to save energy and uses long-lasting materials for equipment.Learn more
Discover Citelum's expertise in street lighting, traffic management and new associated connected services.Learn more
Managing urban events, connecting, analyzing, anticipating and savingLearn more
Designing the city's lighting map and adapting it to its needsLearn more
Enhancing heritage and the architecture via innovative and sustainable technologiesLearn more
Reinforcing inhabitants and cities’ infrastructures securityLearn more
Improving cities traffic flow and reducing CO2 emissionsLearn more
Making street lighting the starting point of the smart cityLearn more
Ensuring safer movements for drivers and pedestriansLearn more
Citelum will upgrade 20,000 street lights to LED and maintain Albuquerque’s lighting system for 14 years. The project guarantees 58% energy savings, improved response times and overall service optimization thanks to work order management from the digital platform MUSE®.
The cities of Nice and Sète have endowed Citelum to install access control bollards around sensitive areas. The new systems connect the cities’ Urban Management Centers to the bollards to manage unplanned events quicker.