Do you know the latest views in the controversial debate on street lighting colour temperature? What about how to make a compelling business case for smart controls, or how to minimise glare?
These are just some of the issues addressed in IPWEA’s new Lighting the Way Series – a collection of 10 videos featuring interviews with some of the street lighting and smart control industry’s preeminent voices.
The series has been produced as part of the highly successful Street Lighting and Smart Controls (SLSC) Programme, a Federal Government-supported, all-of-industry initiative created to measurably increase the rollout of LED and smart controlled street lighting in Australia and New Zealand. The SLSC Council includes bodies such as the Lighting Council of Australia, Energy Networks Australia and the Australian Local Government Association.
The videos feature advice and insights from SLSC Council members: Philips, Light Source Solutions, Gerard Lighting and Cisco, and Technical Advisory Group members: Broadspectrum, Telensa, Electrix, OrangeTek, ENE.HUB and Schréder.
The topics covered are: Topic 1:
What colour temperature should we use? Topic 2:
Should we invest in LEDs now or wait? Topic 3:
Will buying luminaires in bulk save money? Topic 4:
What about glare? Topic 5:
What smart control communications approach should we use?Topic 6:
What’s the business case for smart controls? Topic 7:
Should street lights be dimmed during off-peak hours? Topic 8:
What smart-city applications are made possible with smart controls?Topic 9:
What’s the future of smart controls? Topic 10:
What’s the future of the multi-function pole? Bonus Topic:
What do our partners think of the SLSC Programme?
“Through our work with public lighting buyers, vendors, contractors, financiers and advisors we have seen a real need for advice in these areas,” IPWEA CEO Robert Fuller said.
“The Lighting the Way Series is an opportunity to hear from the experts in the industry on the topics that matter to you, so that you can move your LED and smart control deployments forward with confidence.
“We sincerely thank our SLSC partners who generously gave their time and expert insights for this project.”