Challenge / Goal
As part of the "Living LaB" innovation network in Ludwigsburg, this use case is an example of how cities can become "smarter" in the future. Smart lanterns do not only save electricity but also protect the envrionment and animals.
The Stadtwerke Ludwigsburg-Kornwestheim GmbH (SWLB) has installed 23 innovative LED streetlights from Trilux on the sidewalk and bikeway between Oßweil and the eastern part of the city. The street light points with a wide range of use options are suitable locations for the smart city. The LED lanterns use sensors to detect movements. They automatically dim the light at low traffic times and illuminate the surroundings only when vehicles or pedestrians approach.They reduce the light intensity again or switch themselves off completely later then.
Automatically dim the light at low traffic times
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Stadtwerke Ludwigsburg-Kornwestheim GmbH (SWLB)
Reducing energy bills,
Improving energy usage efficiency,
Improving life quality,