Smart Light Concepts

Smart public lighting

LED lights in every street lamp in the city centre that is on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Lamps that dim at night and turn on when people cycle or drive past. In the European research project Smart Light Concepts (SLIC), researchers from Avans University of Applied Sciences and Portsmouth University explore, together with city and provincial authorities in 4 countries (Belgium, France, the Netherlands and United Kingdom), different solutions for reducing carbon emissions from public lighting.

Closing Conference SLIC April 21 2022

The partners of the European project Smart Light Concepts (SLIC) are delighted to invite you to their closing event ‘Smart lighting: more than technology’, on Thursday April 21, 2022 in Mechelen, Belgium.

During the event, a range of experts will discuss the value of smart light in relation to technological choices, carbon reduction and improving comfort and safety in our public spaces. Partners from different European countries will present the innovative pilot projects and share their experience of participating in the project. Researchers will share their research approach, results, and recommendations for the future.

One of the results of this project is the development of a tool, which can support the decision-making process and implementation of smart public lighting.

For more information visit the website of the closing conference.

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