- Signify to connect all the city’s 85,000 light points to be managed by Interact City
- Improves safety and quality of life, increases energy efficiency and reduces costs
- RheinEnergie AG, which is responsible for the city’s lighting, will replace all the light points with connected luminaires within the next 15 years
Cologne, Germany’s fourth largest city, is one of the nation’s leading cities in the field of digitalization. Together with energy partner RheinEnergie AG and other participating companies, associations and institutions, it’s committed to developing a so-called Smart City and becoming one of Germany’s first Smart Cities. That is why the city in January 2019 started to successively convert its more than 85,000 public lighting points to digital and networked lighting, connected to Interact City.