Webinar: Creating a smart light system: lessons learned from the SMART-SPACE project
The NWE region faces a big challenge to shift towards a low carbon economy by 2050. The use of smart public lighting has a large potential for energy efficiency and carbon reduction.
The SMART-SPACE project is all about the creation, demonstration, monitoring and evaluation of a smart light system that can be adjusted to the specific needs of different municipalities in the NWE region.
|10:00||Webinar dynamic intro|
|10:05||9 must-haves for smart public lighting
Swagata Chakraborthy, researcher TU/e Intelligent Lighting Institute &
Rianne Valkenburg, TU/e LightHouse
|10:25||Building a smart public lighting system
Annemijn Smid, project manager, SPIE
|10:45||Testimonial of the city of Sint-Niklaas
Sara Van den Bossche, policy advisor &
Davy Baetens, advisor public domain, City of Sint-Niklaas
|11:00||Stronger collaboration in urban lighting: the next steps
Nikita Junagade, Knowledge and Communications Manager, LUCI Association
Announcement of future activities within the SMART-SPACE project.
Thursday 3 June 2021, 10:00 - 11:30 (CET)
To attend this free webinar, registration is required before Monday 1 June 2021 via the platform Eventbrite: click here.
This third and last webinar is part of a series of three free webinars.
Presentations and recording of webinar 1 "Smart public lighting as a step towards sustainability" which took place on Thursday 1 April 2021, are available here.
Presentations and recording of webinar 2 "The value of smart public lighting for improving the life of citizens" which took place on Thursday 29 April 2021, are available here.