Los Angeles will install Smartphone-Controlled LED Streetlights

Los Angeles will install Smartphone-Controlled LED Streetlights

Smartphone-Controlled LED Streetlights

Los Angeles will become the first city in the world to control its street lighting through an advanced Philips management system.

Above: Philips CityTouch enables cities to control their street lighting through mobile.  Credit Philips/LEDinside.



Los Angeles has 141,089 energy efficiency LED streetlights, for brighter and safer streets, more than any other U.S. city, will use the Philips CityTouch management platform to control them simple web applications.

The CityTouch system uses mobile and cloud-based technologies. The software will link all the lighting assets in the infrastructure, creating new ways to save money, keep citizens safe, and improve operational efficiency.

source Philips

By |2015-07-14T15:41:42+03:00Apr 9, 2015|Categories: Technology news|Tags: , , |

One Comment

  1. Eric 2015/04/12 at 19:39 - Reply

    I’ve alwaysed wondered why their aren’t mini solar panels on the top side of the street lamp. Every street lamp would be running at zero energy impact or darn close due to using LED’s.

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