Smart street lighting: sensors vs big data
by Keith Henry AMILP
Streetlight poles and luminaires are ideal hosts for connecting sensors. They provide fine-grained information about the urban environment, and are used to provide adaptive lighting but also feed into many municipal systems and departments. Examples include minute-by-minute traffic analytics or street-by-street air quality monitoring.
But if street lighting is to become the catalyst for “smart city” applications, lighting professionals need to understand when to harness sensor data, and when to consider application data or predictive “big data”. The world is changing and we need to take a wider view. Keith will focus on deployed use cases to help to make sense of the practical and economic implications of these important developments.
14.10 THURSDAY 15 JUNE 2017 IN THE MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM AT THE PROFESSIONAL LIGHTING SUMMIT
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