President of Northeast Group,
Chief Innovation Officer
City of Carlsbad
Head of product security,
Digital Solutions, Signify.
Director Professional Lighting for Global Public
and Government Affairs at Signify
Barbara 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.
Smart city services such as street lighting, smart parking, and road traffic management are now widely deployed around the world, streamlining city operations, improving quality of life, reducing costs and energy use, and improving customer service.
These services tend to be deployed as standalone applications, but the full benefits of a smart city will be realized only if these applications can share data, enabling cross-department processes and making city operations transparent across many organizations – in a secure way.
A well-designed smart city infrastructure can enhance services and business opportunities, improve safety, and boost collaboration between the city, its citizens, and businesses, and it can continue to do so for decades to come. Robust security is an essential feature of good smart city design.
IT security is central to Interact, professional connected lighting for the IoT, from Signify. Interact meets the latest IT security standards in order to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data. It ensures complete system security by means of a set of cybersecurity strategies for data governance and privacy.
Smart lighting for smart SMEs
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Street lighting for smart cities
Watch this webinar to learn how IoT lighting can help your city to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, and how it can make your city smarter, more livable, and safer for your citizens.