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Lighting systems:

for public spaces

Beautifully designed and intelligently managed public lighting helps communities prosper by revitalizing neighborhoods, attracting visitors, and giving tourists and residents alike a feeling of security. A comprehensive lighting plan can differentiate a city, making it a valued destination while helping to achieve important sustainability and energy-reduction goals.

 

With remote monitoring, smart asset management, smart dimming by scene setting and intelligent energy metering, Philips connected lighting systems represent a fundamental transformation in public lighting management. Connected lighting creates scalable, fully integrated solutions that guarantee the best possible experiences for visitors and residents while streamlining management workflows and minimizing costs for cities.

A tunnel illuminated by Philips Lighting

Tunnel  

The Bayern Munich stadium enlighten with Philips LED lights

Arena and sports

Municipal buildings

Uppsala

Parks and plazas

airports

Airports

The façade of a building illuminated with Philips lights

Bridges, monuments, and façades

Smart cities
are connected cities

Improve lighting management by simplifying your operations  

 

With CityTouch lighting management software and integrated lightpoint communications, you can significantly reduce energy consumption and operational complexity in your city, cutting costs and optimizing maintenance processes at the same time.

 

With Philips connected lighting systems, you can illuminate city centers, parks, and traffic routes flexibly and efficiently. You can deliver exactly the right levels of light when and where needed, and modify your plans as your illumination needs change— all through a simple, web-based management interface.

 

Planning, controlling, and managing your entire lighting infrastructure is easier than ever before—with benefits to both the environment and your municipal budget.

 

ready for anything

Demonstrate your commitment to sustainability

 

Governmental and municipal organizations have a unique opportunity for leadership in energy-efficiency and sustainability. You can demonstrate your commitment to these initiatives by installing energy-saving, operationally efficient connected lighting systems in your facilities and public spaces.

 

With the potential to achieve energy savings of 70% or more over Conventional lighting systems, intelligent lighting management and other services and resources, can make your building or urban space a showcase for future lighting, and help drive adaptation of sustainable solutions throughout your community.

Smart cities - ready for anything

 

Philips connected lighting systems can help you make lighting a key component of your city’s resilience planning. Public lighting becomes resilient when it’s flexible, responsive, and integrated— when it’s connected and intelligent.

 

Seamless, fully scalable, end-to-end connected lighting systems support city resilience objectives by providing the most flexible, streamlined, and intelligent workflows for city managers, have the lowest impact on the environment, and the best possible public lighting experiences for citizens and visitors.

Better experiences, better lives

If you attract more visitors with quality illumination, they will come

 

Philips lighting systems prioritize energy efficiency, sustainability and cost reduction in urban environments, but the benefits don’t stop there.

With the right mix of lighting experiences, including dynamic color-changing LED lighting, you can create brilliant features in your municipality that can make a tremendous impact on the local community. Architectural lighting on bridges, in city centers, or on signature building facades can stimulate tourism and bring people to restaurants, cafes, parks, and shops in the neighborhood.

A park nicely lit by Philips lighting

All the world’s a stage: give your city a leading role

 

First-class façade and architectural lighting can beautify your city while highlighting historical and signature; features, such as bridges, museums, and monuments. Well-planned and carefully managed exterior lighting can create a stunning and forward-looking nightscape that can turn your municipality into a showcase.

LED and other architectural lighting solutions from Philips let you brand your city and strengthen city pride and identity while maximizing sustainability, supporting city resilience, and promoting feelings of comfort and safety for citizens and visitors alike.

Brighter, safer, greener

 

Philips lighting systems let cities create innovative solutions that beautify and inspire. At the same time, they respect the delicate balance that exists between the identity of a city and the needs of its residents. Philips’ expertise and unrivalled knowledge has enabled us to develop LED lighting solutions that are practical and beautiful, but also energy efficient and sustainable.

 

It’s well known that inefficient lighting depletes our planet’s precious resources and that emissions can affect the quality of air that we breathe. But it’s also important to understand the impact of artificial light on our sleep and other natural processes that affect our quality of life as a whole. By limiting light to when and where it’s needed, our solutions help you to reclaim “dark skies: for the sake of beauty, natural rhythms and conservation.

Boardwalk illuminated for a more sustainable feeling

Choosing the system that’s right for you


No one-size-fits all offerings

Specifying Philips lighting systems begins with you—your business, your organization, your goals.

 

Philips systems experts work with you to identify the specific system capabilities that you need, then help you design a system that serves those needs—now and in the future, as your business evolves and changes.

 

Find your local Philips systems expert

Designing your lighting system

luminaires + controls + services + support

Case studies

Events  

OSUM – Ontario Small Urban Municipalities

Blue Mountains, ON

May 03-05, 2017
 

AQME Annual Conference

Laval, QC

May 31 - June 1, 2017

 

UMQ - Union des municipalités du Québec

Montréal, QC

May 20-23, 2017

 

IOT Big data summit

Toronto, ON

May 23-24, 2017

 

AQME Annual Conference

St. Lawrence 

May 31 - June 1, 2017

 

ADGMQ Congress, Quebec 

Laval, QC

Jun 7-9, 2017

FCM – Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Ottawa, ON

Jun 01-04, 2017

 

AMO – Association of Municipalities of Ontario

Ottawa, ON

Aug 13-16, 2017

 

ATPA Annual Conference

Rimousk, QC

Sep 05-08, 2017

 

OEMC - Ontario East Municipal Conference

Kingston, ON

Sep 13-15, 2017

 

FQM (Fédération québécoises des municipalités)

Québec, QC

Sep 24-25, 2017

 

Union of British Columbia Municipalities

Vancouver, BC

Sep 25-29, 2017

 

ITS world Congress 2017 - smart city

Montreal

Oct 29 - Nov 02, 2017

 

LED LightSavers - Road & Street

Toronto, ON

Oct 21, 2017

 

Alberta Urban Municipalities Association 

Calgary, AB

Nov 22-24, 2017

 

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Manitoba

Nov 27-29, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

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