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12:10 PM   [26 Mar 2019 | Tuesday]

LED Public Lighting Introduction Is The First Step to Realize The Smart City

The introduction of Led Public lighting(CLASSIC) can often serve as a first step towards realizing the true potential of smart cities. In the UK, many local authorities are in the process of transitioning from standard street lighting to more cost-effective LED technology.

In fact, the analysis predicts that by 2027, 89% of the 363 million street lights on the planet will use LED technology. This has economic significance. Switching to LEDs represents an effective cost reduction, maintenance, and environmental degradation. Updating to more powerful and resilient technologies seems harmless, but LED public lighting installations are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for smart city planners.

However, what many local authorities have lost is that turning to LED bulbs offers a common opportunity to transition to smart street lighting systems. The same Northeast Group reported that only 29% of the total global LED bulbs will install smart lighting in the next decade.

There is no need to install at the same time in terms of maintenance and construction costs. In fact, if the thinking process behind the LED is to reduce the burden of energy consumption, then smarter public lighting should be seen as a greater boon in the budget field.

Investing in the right areas is more important than ever, as local authorities focus on reducing budgets and cutting back on capital.

If you are ready to upgrade to a more efficient lighting system, for more information, please click public lighting.

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