Smart lighting is a major driver in municipal pushes to invest in smart infrastructure. City lighting continues to present a large constraint on city budgets. Street lighting typically represents the largest single line item in energy demand and can amount to up to half of a city’s entire energy bill, sometimes more. Due to the clear path to return on investment and ability to support broader smart city and internet of things ambitions. Cities can expect to create higher efficiencies while supporting quality-of-life in increasingly urbanized areas.
Electric street lights are ubiquitous in cities around the world, enhancing visibility and safety for residents and tourists alike. Because outdoor lights are a major source of energy consumption for every city, some cities are using the transition of traditional lights to more energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) technology as an opportunity to consider smart lighting solutions.
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The Nokia IoT Smart Lighting solution provides energy monitoring and dynamic control capabilities. Integration with the Nokia IMPACT IoT Platform provides data collection and management, integration into existing wireless networks, and device management for light sensors (secure provisioning and communication).
This interconnected and ubiquitous smart lighting solution enables municipalities to optimize electricity use and reduce costs through real-time inventory management; while automatically detecting lighting issues and failures to help ensure maximum uptime.
"The Nokia IoT Smart Lighting solution optimizes electricity use with real-time inventory management and usage predictions that ensures uptime and speeds detection, servicing and repairs. "