Eric Woods, Research Director at Guidehouse Insights, will talk about smart city trends and the future outlook on using advanced technologies for the efficient operation, monitoring, and management of street lighting within a smart city strategy. Eric’s presentation will include findings from the Guidehouse Insights Smart Street Lighting Vendors research report, in which Signify was ranked global leader in smart street lighting. The report offers an evaluation of vendors in the smart street lighting market across the globe focusing on providers of connected lighting controls, software, and networking solutions. It also assesses the degree to which companies are integrating their smart street lighting solutions with the broader smart cities market.
Kevin Luteran will present the Smart Street Lighting NY program, sponsored by the New York Power Authority (NYPA) to replace half a million street lights in the State of New York with energy-efficient LED by 2025. Kevin will provide an overview of the program’s progress to date, and will explain how Interact City IoT lighting software and systems allows NYPA to leverage the existing street light infrastructure to incorporate smart city technology.
Eng Yong Liang, Signify’s Global Subsegment Director for Cities, will offer examples of how IoT tech’s data-gathering, analytical, and automation capabilities drive breakthroughs in urban management. The results are deep insights for city managers and planners, increased resilience, lower municipal costs, and a better quality of life for citizens in general.
Barbar Kreissler is Director of professional lighting in the global Public and Government Affairs department at Signify.
She is responsible for global strategic outreach and stakeholder management of public-private partnerships with a focus on energy, climate change and smart city programs. As such she enables and facilitates the transition of cities, states and regions to energy efficient, sustainable LED lighting solutions and IOT-enabled lighting systems and services.
During this interactive webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions about IoT lighting and smart cities.
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Live on Tuesday, Nov 17, 2020
4:00 PM CET/10:00 AM EDT