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Insight Report: Smart lighting: how switched on are you?

Smart lighting is one of the more mature smart city applications but it is important that leaders understand the questions they should be asking before investing in a system.  

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Insight Report: Smart lighting: how switched on are you?

Smart lighting is one of the more mature smart city applications but it is important that leaders understand the questions they should be asking before investing in a system.

 

Switching to a smart lighting system typically means transitioning to LED luminaires and implementing an underlying network that will centrally control them. Once this infrastructure is in place, smart lighting can prove the perfect foundation layer for future smart city applications with devices such as air quality and other sensors able to be attached to light poles and integrated with the network.

 

For those cities yet to deploy a smart lighting system, it can be difficult to separate the hype from the reality. In theory, smart lighting systems seemingly promise the world: they bring significant cost-savings, reduce energy consumption, tackle climate change and generally make cities safer, liveable and more attractive places in which to live, work and visit. When considering a smart lighting deployment, it is vital city leaders have the information they need to make a business case and justify the outlay.

 

In this report, SmartCitiesWorld and Paradox Engineering provide answers to eight things you wanted to know about smart lighting but didn’t like to ask.

 

 

This Insight Report covers:

 

  • The cost- and energy-savings that smart lighting systems can deliver
  • Hosting multiple smart city applications on the lighting network
  • How adaptive, sensor-based lighting can be implemented
  • The importance of interoperability when it comes to adding new applications
  • Smart lighting cybersecurity
  • Real-world examples of cities around the world who have benefited from smart lighting systems, backed up by tangible evidence

 

 

 

 

You will need to be a member to download the full report, however membership is free and only takes 30 seconds.

 

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