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12:36 PM   [17 Apr 2019 | Wednesday]

Poorly Designed LED Public Lighting Can Have Potentially Devastating Effects

Led Public lighting(CLASSIC) is a new thing that illuminates our nights, promises to save the authorities money, reduce maintenance costs, and provide shortcuts for smart connected cities.

The problem is that people rarely realize how poorly designed LED public lighting can have potentially devastating effects on privacy, human health, scientific research, and the natural world. So should we better understand LED public lighting, and is the standard of our so-called smart city high enough?

LED public lighting is rapidly changing the look of our streets, but they are also used to help create smart cities.

Los Angeles has recently become the world's first city to deploy Philips-connected street poles. It is also a 4G LTE cellular tower, while Doncaster in the UK has only 33,000 wirelessly connected LED street lights that use advanced low-power, wide-area and Ultra-narrow bandwidth with wireless technology that effectively converts each lamp post into a router. This means that we will soon see LED street lights with CCTV cameras, Wi-Fi routers and digital signage.

They will be equipped with multiple sensors to monitor air quality, super local weather, traffic flow, nearby parking spaces, pedestrian and sidewalk traffic, and noise pollution. They can even act as charging stations for electric vehicles and use Bluetooth to communicate with mobile phones and wearable devices to determine the location of each citizen.

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