The 4th edition of Northeast Group’s study finds the global street lighting market evolving at a rapid pace, with new projects, an increasingly competitive vendor landscape, and new applications in development.
There are currently 317 million total streetlights in the world. This number will grow to 363 million total streetlights by 2027. The public outdoor lighting market is currently undergoing a period of change where legacy streetlights are being replaced with new and more efficient LED, or solid-state lighting, technology. Taking this new technology a step further, these LED streetlights are also being networked together with communications to become “smart” streetlights. This study analyzes and forecasts the global market for both LED and smart street lighting through 2027.
While there are still challenges to overcome, the rapid growth of LED and smart street lighting is providing clear examples and benefit cases for cities in diverse contexts to follow. Given these
clear advantages, LED and smart streetlights are projected to reach 89% and 29% of the total streetlight market, respectively, by 2027. This will total a $64.2 billion market opportunity over the next decade.
If you are involved in the following areas, then this excerpt report will provide useful insights into lighting infrastructure of cities aiming to become smart cities:
• Governmental departments/regional authorities
• Investment community representatives
• Equipment manufacturers
• Facilities Management/Asset Management
• Service providers
• Network operators
• Systems integrator
Download this Northeast Group study excerpt, provided on behalf of Telensa. If you are not already a member, it’s free and takes just 30 second to register.
You may also be interested in an ’Opinion Piece’ by Will Gibson, co-founder of Telensa titled: Smart street lighting is driving smart city projects
|www.smartcitiesworld.net||JSESSIONID||To keep track of user sessions on the site and identify your user session.|
|www.smartcitiesworld.net||AFFINO_x||If we are hosting your sites this option is ticked. Each user profile has a number replacing x|
|www.smartcitiesworld.net||RVP||As a guest user we store the last 10 products you viewed|
|accounts_tab_active||Store the state of the Affino accounts tab (open or closed)|
|contacts_tab_active||Store the state of the Affino contacts tab (open or closed)|
|Affino_Control||Stores the layout of the Affino control panel (left or right)|
|Affino_BrowserMode||Set your browser to iPad and you'll be able to see what that user sees|
|LiveEditSwitch||Affino functionality remembers your settings if live edit switch is on/off|
|Affino_ControlWideScreen||Affino functionality remembers your settings if you selected this option|
|NewID||Cross domain check|
|Affino_CartID||Holds the users shopping cart ID|
|smartcitiesworld.net||km_ai||Is used on affino.com but is not in standard Affino. If your site uses Kissmetrics you'll need to include these.|
|www.smartcitiesworld.net||PRECACHE||Serve a cached version of the website to users to improve the performance of the site|
|facebook.com||__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmv, __utmz||These are used for facebook integration. Some Affino sites use single sign on (SSO). This service provides users with the option to sign in using their Facebook login. If they chose to do so Facebook cookies are set.
Further information on Facebook's Data Use policy is available at www.facebook.com/about/privacy
|player.vimeo.com||c_user, datr, act, locale, lu, p, presence, s, xs||When users view a web page on your site with an embedded Vimeo video, Vimeo creates these cookies|
|www.linkedin.com||X-LI-IDC||These are used for LinkedIn integration. Some Affino sites use single sign on (SSO). This service provides users with the option sign in using their LinkedIn login. If they chose to do so LinkedIn cookies are set.|
|linkedin.com||__qca, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmv, __utmz, _lipt, bcookie, lang, lw|
|doubleclick.net||id||This is a Google tracking cookie for advertising purposes|
|soundcloud.com||__utma||Soundcloud can be used to share music and audio files. They use google analytics to capture visitor information|
|youtube.com||PREF||When you view a web page on your site with an embedded YouTube video, YouTube creates these cookies|
|imrworldwide.com||IMRID||These are cookies from an internet media and market research company Red Sheriff|
|quantserve.com||mc||This is an advertising cookie from Qantcast|
|scorecardresearch.com||UID||These are market research cookies|