Smart City Lighting Summit -A Digital Experience

City-wide Smart Lighting networks will be the backbone of the Smart City. They enable municipalities to reduce energy while also wirelessly connecting residents, monitoring traffic, detecting crime, and sensing environmental issues. Intelligent streetlights of the future will not only provide illumination, they’ll provide the structure necessary for connected communities.

Attendees of this conference will learn how to deploy a centrally controlled lighting platform and understand the benefits of doing so. You will come away from this event with a better understanding of building a smart infrastructure network from scratch. The conference will cover the technological, business, and policy aspects of this emerging market.

The Wi-SUN Alliance is a partner and will present:

Moving Towards True Interoperability for the Smart City

2:45 PM  (Central Time)

Phil Beecher, President – Wi-SUN Alliance

The very large scale networks needed to enable Smart Cities and Smart Utilities share many common requirements for connecting and optimizing critical infrastructure. Field Area Networks (FANs) form the foundational connectivity fabric needed to create more efficient, sustainable and prosperous communities. For example, intelligent street lighting—deployed using a mesh of networked lighting controllers–creates a citywide network canopy that enables a range of additional smart city and utility services such as citywide traffic management, smart parking, flood sensors, electric vehicle charging stations, smart metering, water and gas leak detection and more. All while providing secure, reliable and resilient FAN communications to connect and control mission-critical services. Hear how utilities and municipalities are realizing a vision for an interoperable smart city from case studies of advanced smart city applications.

​Register here: https://wsw.com/webcast/twst41/panel10/

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Date

Aug 25 2021
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8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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