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Best City Projects for Smart Street Lights

Contemporary street light systems suffer from problems like inefficiency, power wastage, power pilferage, cumbersome maintenance and crimes on the highways due to bad implementation of malfunctioning of street lights. This technology addresses all of these issues. Smart street lights have a slightly higher price than their classic counterparts, but they can repay the additional cost within a few years period. Smart street light systems can be integrated with the city-wide infrastructure realizing the concept of smart cities. These lights will also enable massive electricity savings and reduce CO2 emissions in the city. They work hand in hand with other smart technologies in the city and together they make the lives of residents safe and comfortable. Huge savings and easy maintenance make them an ideal choice for the infrastructure developers. These cities are the best of the best in the usage of the new Smart Street Lights technology.
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The high cost of operation and maintenance of street lighting is not only an economic problem but also an environmental concern. The application of measures such as control of lighting zones, regul...
Streets with this lights are beautiful at night, you feel safe, and they glow nice, and on time, for example when I drive my bike.
Shanghai has installed several multifunction street lampposts fitted with touch screens and surveillance cameras that, among other things, will provide free Wi-Fi, area traffic conditions and charg...
Usually I stop by at the Dagu Road for two-three hours because of business. My car can be charged for one third of its battery or more during the time
Sensor based units (CitySense) were installed on street lights throughout the village to satisfy the needs of the city council. As defined, the units dim the lights (to 20%) when there is no activi...
The lights make citizens calm, and they feel safe, also when I'm driving it's much better for me to know oh there is someone coming and etc.
Copenhagen is replacing its high-pressure sodium lamps with highly efficient LED fixtures that not only provide a better quality of light but also ensure energy savings of 65%. As part of the depl...
They have a bunch of important sensors about air quality and uv level. Plus they save energy, what else could I wish for
The Dutch city of Tilburg has introduced ‘smart’ interactive streetlights by Philips. They provide light on demand, whenever activity is registered on the road. The system allows energy savings...
My neighbors and I now enjoy in nights walks more than we did before, as everything feels like a live.
The project in downtown San Diego involves a system GE calls “Intelligent Environments for Cities.” It’s an example of GE connecting machines, in this case, LED street lamps, to the Industria...
At first I didn't saw what's the different but later when I saw what all these lamps can do, I'm so happy that San Diego is using them.
Highly efficient solar panels at the top of the structure generate energy whenever there’s sunlight, and the horizontal rotor blade works independently of wind direction. In the city, it can powe...
These are great, we could place these on many other beach and seasides and have wifi and light and everything without any further costs.
In Jyväskylä, Finland, we have created a pilot project on an avenue with Wow LED urban lighting fittings, managed with a tele-management system*. The lighting system can modulate the light flow...
This solution is amazing, now we have really small light pollution now in the city.
The street lighting renovation of the residential area of the Expo Village in Wavre (Belgium) had to go through more thought than the simple renewal of luminaires. Naturally, in a context of sustai...
These new lights make night more beautiful, I no more have to put think shades on the window, and when needed they are much brighter than old one
NYC has just set up a demonstration street light that talks to passers-by. Yes, it’s a bit of a gimmick in actual deployments, the street lights will talk to your smartphone, not to you in person...
I love how they presented them to us. Now I really understand how they are going to help us daily.