Streetlights in London to be Controlled by iPads

Westminster City council announced it will be replacing over 14,000 London street lights with new iPad controlled smart lights, over the next four years. The iPad application will be able to monitor street lighting levels and reliability, monitor which lights are not working properly, and can even predict when a light will fail. Engineers will also be able to change the brightness of the lights via the iPad application. Installation of the new lights will cost about $5.2 million, but it will save taxpayers around $680,000 a year.

 

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