Smart lighting helps cities save energy, lower costs, reduce maintenance—all while better serving citizens and reducing energy use and CO2 emissions.
Energy related emissions are responsible for approximately 80% of air emissions and central to the most serious global environmental impacts and hazards, including climate change, acid deposition, smog and particulates.
The effects of light pollution on plants and animals in the environment are numerous and are becoming more known over time. In general, the most common action is that light pollution alters and interferes with the timing of necessary biological activities.
Smart lighting offer an accepted solution for this problems, by increasing the dimming time for street lights to just the needed time for people and traffic, in addition it will help in decreasing the CO2 emissions and global warming problem by reducing the green house gases generally.