Ability to Control The Brightness of Connected Public Lighting
Smart public lighting(CLASSIC) has proven to be a compelling starting point for most smart city initiatives around the world. The motivation is not only the energy savings achieved by replacing traditional luminaires with low-power LEDs but the further advantages achieved through connectivity and control. Networked public lighting provides additional energy savings, reduced maintenance costs, and increased safety and security. Integration with other smart cities and smart grid projects has generated greater potential.
The ability to control the brightness of the connected LED's common lighting is key to reducing over-illumination, thus saving more energy and enhancing safety.
According to network giant Cisco, switching to LED public lighting can save 50% to 70% of energy, based on monitoring data from 12 cities around the world. Combined with intelligent, adaptive control and interoperable infrastructure, it saves 80% in cost.
According to the author of the newspaper, “the LED lighting revolution is gaining traction.” By 2020, it is estimated that 80% of all new street lighting facilities will be LED-based. Of course, the independent market report agrees with this expectation.
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