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Post LED lighting era: IOT +

post LED lighting era under the tide of smart city is "breaking through" the definition of a single lighting function in the traditional lighting era, which also brings more imagination to the LED lighting industry

since the concept of smart city was put forward, many countries have taken the development of smart city as one of the national strategic development goals, and the construction of smart city in China is also in progress

during the 12th Five Year Plan period, smart city has been one of the key development plans of the Chinese government. At present, China has released three batches of smart city pilot projects, involving more than 500 cities, and has issued corresponding plans, with a planned investment of more than trillion yuan

in the next few years, the work of "smart city" will continue to work, and the large-scale investment will inject a steady stream of power into urban development. On this basis, how to use new technologies to build smart cities has become the focus of attention

according to the data released by the LED Institute of higher industry and Research (GGII), in the next five years, the construction of smart cities across China will indirectly drive the output value of LED outdoor lighting by nearly 100 billion yuan

2030 smart city will overturn human imagination

in this context, Philips Lighting has formulated a development blueprint for the lighting and IOT services of the future smart city, served the rapidly growing urban population with the purpose of "people-oriented", and demonstrated the future of intelligent interconnected LED lighting in improving the quality of life in two years with diversified technology research and development and practical examples The potential to improve daily lifestyles and ensure the sustainable development of expanding global cities

it is understood that at the Philips Lighting innovation day held in March this year, Philips Lighting looked forward to the four scenes in the smart city in 2030, and showed how the future lighting technology will help build a more sustainable, intelligent, interconnected and livable city. These four scenarios include:

· intelligent Internet roads. Intelligent interconnected LED street lamps not only provide high-quality energy-saving lighting, but also play a role of sensor nodes on the information highway

· interactive public space. The scarcity of space forces cities to expand underground, and lighting products that can simulate natural light and improve comfort make seamless connection between various spaces possible

· a more personalized lifestyle. By 2030, lighting can be connected with all devices such as doorbell, TV and music announcer in the home through personalization, and become an assistant of high-quality life

· sustainable urban agriculture. Urban farms make full use of the idle space under the city, reduce water consumption and get rid of pesticide dependence, and plant crops in a sustainable way

so, what stage will smart cities develop to in 2030

Chen Bin, chairman of Mingcheng technology, said frankly, "objectively speaking, it is difficult to have a clear time point, but it is certain that it will develop at a speed beyond our imagination. I believe that in 2030, the development of smart cities will completely overturn our existing imagination."

xinmingfeng, chairman of Jiansen technology, also believes that "from the current development speed of Internet, it can be perfectly applied in all walks of life in China in about 10 years. By 2030, residents' life, human environment, lighting of fixed buildings, and wisdom of road lighting are everywhere, truly realizing that technology brings convenience to everyone's life. Realize the interaction and sharing between people and lighting, environment, and life."

in fact, whether Huang Rongxun brought this advanced technological achievement to the manufacturing enterprises in Dongguan, from the perspective of China or the world, the smart city is still in a very early stage. To be precise, we have not given a clear definition of smart city

as far as street lamps are concerned, no matter how the smart city will eventually be defined as the economic benefits of our pin on disk friction and wear tester compared with other large-scale friction and wear testers, as one of the carriers, access points, or sensing points of the smart city, street lamps in the future will certainly be done as the most basic thing

according to Chen Bin's analysis, "at present, the smart road light pole is the general trend, but as a lighting enterprise, we should make a detailed distinction, especially in terms of functions, we should never make blind choices."

for example, many smart light poles now have the function of charging pile, but we should consider the application in what field. In urban road lighting, not all light poles in every section need to be installed with charging pile, and on the main road, how can we stop the car to charge

but it is undeniable that smart streetlights must be an important source of information collection for the urban IOT system in the future, and will also be an important part and an important entrance of smart cities

at the same time, IOT also brings more popularization of intelligent control technology to outdoor lighting. Through big data means such as power visualization, efficiency analysis of power transformation and distribution system, load management, informatization of power management, etc., it can realize the refinement, persistence and informatization management of power, and achieve energy conservation and emission reduction. Nearly 1000 high-tech enterprises specializing in the research, development and manufacturing of analytical instruments have emerged from these enterprises The purpose of improving management level

Philips Lighting leads the future transformation of smart cities

intelligent interconnected LED street lamps provide high-quality energy-saving lighting, and also play the role of node sensors on the information highway

Philips Lighting expects that by 2030, smart and interconnected street lamps can transmit data between millions of devices. Intelligent and interconnected lighting infrastructure collects and transmits data through advanced communication technology, and improves urban services such as lighting, transportation, air quality, public safety, parking, and other location-based emerging services. Sensors in street lamps can scan roads and sidewalks, provide standardized scene information to autonomous vehicles, assist on-board sensors, and jointly improve driving safety

up to now, Philips has successfully completed intelligent Internet road lighting cases in many countries

· Philips Lighting has deployed and installed the world's largest Philips intelligent Internet LED street lamp network in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, and used Philips intelligent Internet road lighting management system to monitor and manage nearly 90000 sets of street lamps in the city

· Philips Lighting participated in the pilot project of intelligent Internet road lighting in Los Angeles. The project aims to improve public safety and urban services and create new applications for residents, tourists and local businesses

· Philips Lighting cooperates with China Mobile Research Institute to jointly explore the cellular IOT standard for smart city intelligent Internet lighting. At the China Mobile 5g joint innovation center in Beijing, the research team of Philips Lighting has set up an intelligent Internet of things based road lighting application exhibition

"Judging from the case of Philips' outdoor lighting, this is a lighting manufacturer with rich experience, and its case also covers Asia, Europe, America and other regions. Now the smart city is still in the exploration stage, and the successful case of Philips has not only paved the way for us to better define the smart City and intelligent lighting in the next step, but also played a demonstration role. Of course, we are also very looking forward to outdoor lighting in the future In application, Philips Lighting can provide more reference experience. " Chen Bin told senior engineer led

in addition, for Philips Lighting to participate in the pilot project of intelligent Internet road lighting in Los Angeles, in xinmingfeng's view, "Such a pilot lighting project fully reflects everyone's rigid demand for smart lighting, and is ready to enjoy the convenience that smart lighting brings to life. But at present, this part of smart lighting has not been used on a large scale. I believe it will be used on a large scale in the world in the next few years, and this feast will also belong to our" illuminators "

2017 is the key year for the implementation of smart city planning in China. In this year, the country is expected to build 140 smart cities across the country, creating a huge market of more than 500 billion yuan. Today, the construction of smart cities in China has entered a new stage of development. The macro environment is favorable, and the growth period of the market has arrived

because street lamps follow the characteristics of the distribution of the city's roads and streets, such as blood vessels and nerves covering the city's body, and street lamps have the trinity of "there, a little, and a pole", and are the main carrier of a smart city, smart street lamps will be the first stop of intelligent city transformation and the main threshold for the city to move towards the process of intelligence

data show that from 2004 to 2014, the number of urban road lighting lamps in China increased from 10.5315 million to more than 30million. In 2014, the market penetration of LED street lamps in China exceeded 20%. It is expected that the penetration rate will increase to 39% by 2020

in the future, with the wide application of new generation information technologies such as IOT, 5g network and cloud computing, smart city has become an inevitable trend. As an important part of smart city construction, smart street lamps will not only receive strong support from policies, but also usher in a broader development space

Jeff cassis, director of public business of Philips Lighting, said: "In order to achieve sustainable development, cities must balance the growing needs for resources, space and security, and make cities more livable and citizens more comfortable in their daily lives. To this end, city managers need to give priority to implementing the most fundamental changes. In addition to carefully calculating the requirements of cost, feasibility and time nodes, we also need to carefully listen to the needs and aspirations of urban residents."

the construction of smart cities is complex and requires the joint efforts of large and small enterprises, government departments, academia, especially all citizens. In view of this, today, we call on urban residents and managers around the world to join our discussion and jointly explore the future of smart cities. The future begins with the present

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