Cities around the world are recognizing the value of standardized city data to inform infrastructure investment and decision making. One key area for cities is smart and connected public lighting. Combining high-efficiency lighting with connected system management can deliver energy savings of up to 80%.
The recent report by the World Council on City Data (WCCD) and Philips Lighting provides a measurement framework that can monitor and evaluate city-level benefits from smart and connected lighting investments. Cities can use this data to build an investment case, secure citizen support, and support city-to-city learning.
Learn more about the report and its application in building smart and sustainable cities of the future.