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by:Litel Technology     2019-08-26
Waterloo area
After considering whether to spend more than $15 million to convert street lights into LED areas --
Now, some local councils are discussing whether there is also a need to install smart technology for an extra fee.
Politicians in Waterloo recently debated the issue and decided to need more information before making a technical decision.
The question is whether to install the street lights directly, including the narrow band technology, or to install or wait for broadband. \"Near-
The term opportunity is to use narrow band and narrow band to communicate with other nearby technologies . . . . . . In the future, there will be broadband capability to introduce 5g technology into LEDs, covering our entire city.
\"It will be a great thing,\" said Mayor Dave Jaworsky . \".
One of the benefits of narrow frequency, according to a report by city staff, is that it allows cities to adjust their lighting settings.
It is expected that the brightness of the LED light will drop at about two cents a year, and it will become darker over time.
With narrow band control, city staff said they could reduce the energy of the lights to 70 at the time of installation, adding two cents a year to compensate for the loss and save energy, until the lights naturally reach 70.
The 18,325 street lamps in Kitchener choose narrow-frequency lighting.
The total cost of the city is about $9.
7 million, including more than $2.
The additional cost of narrow band technology is 3 million.
The return period for maintenance and power saving is approximately 8 years.
Cambridge is considering the idea of narrow frequency.
\"Once all the information is collected, we will submit a report to the Council with staff advice,\" said Dennis Purcell, chief construction officer at Cambridge . \".
Broadband is another option that can provide a city-wide Wi-Fi system.
However, due to the technical update, the choice is limited.
Jaworsky said the Waterloo board approved the LED lights but would like to get more information about the additional technology.
The council will decide later on what to do.
\"We just need to see what is right and we have to make decisions based on the best data at the time,\" he said . \".
The cost of the city is 8,000
Of the more than 42,000 lights that will be transformed in the Waterloo area, a large part is about $3.
5 million, just for the lights
The payback period for energy and maintenance savings is estimated to be 8 years.
$1 extra.
2 million there is no budget for installing the narrow band, so Waterloo must find a way to pay the cost.
Local municipalities and Waterloo are involved in the street light renovation project.
Whether or not additional technology is installed depends on everyone.
The area is taking action on the project and will issue requests for proposals on behalf of all municipalities.
The conversion should be completed in the fall of 2018.
Pdesmond @ township enterprises.
Com, Weibo: @ desondrecordwateroo area
After considering whether to spend more than $15 million to convert street lights into LED areas --
Now, some local councils are discussing whether there is also a need to install smart technology for an extra fee.
Politicians in Waterloo recently debated the issue and decided to need more information before making a technical decision.
The question is whether to install the street lights directly, including the narrow band technology, or to install or wait for broadband. \"Near-
The term opportunity is to use narrow band and narrow band to communicate with other nearby technologies . . . . . . In the future, there will be broadband capability to introduce 5g technology into LEDs, covering our entire city.
\"It will be a great thing,\" said Mayor Dave Jaworsky . \".
One of the benefits of narrow frequency, according to a report by city staff, is that it allows cities to adjust their lighting settings.
It is expected that the brightness of the LED light will drop at about two cents a year, and it will become darker over time.
With narrow band control, city staff said they could reduce the energy of the lights to 70 at the time of installation, adding two cents a year to compensate for the loss and save energy, until the lights naturally reach 70.
The 18,325 street lamps in Kitchener choose narrow-frequency lighting.
The total cost of the city is about $9.
7 million, including more than $2.
The additional cost of narrow band technology is 3 million.
The return period for maintenance and power saving is approximately 8 years.
Cambridge is considering the idea of narrow frequency.
\"Once all the information is collected, we will submit a report to the Council with staff advice,\" said Dennis Purcell, chief construction officer at Cambridge . \".
Broadband is another option that can provide a city-wide Wi-Fi system.
However, due to the technical update, the choice is limited.
Jaworsky said the Waterloo board approved the LED lights but would like to get more information about the additional technology.
The council will decide later on what to do.
\"We just need to see what is right and we have to make decisions based on the best data at the time,\" he said . \".
The cost of the city is 8,000
Of the more than 42,000 lights that will be transformed in the Waterloo area, a large part is about $3.
5 million, just for the lights
The payback period for energy and maintenance savings is estimated to be 8 years.
$1 extra.
2 million there is no budget for installing the narrow band, so Waterloo must find a way to pay the cost.
Local municipalities and Waterloo are involved in the street light renovation project.
Whether or not additional technology is installed depends on everyone.
The area is taking action on the project and will issue requests for proposals on behalf of all municipalities.
The conversion should be completed in the fall of 2018.
Pdesmond @ township enterprises.
Com, Weibo: @ desondrecordwateroo area
After considering whether to spend more than $15 million to convert street lights into LED areas --
Now, some local councils are discussing whether there is also a need to install smart technology for an extra fee.
Politicians in Waterloo recently debated the issue and decided to need more information before making a technical decision.
The question is whether to install the street lights directly, including the narrow band technology, or to install or wait for broadband. \"Near-
The term opportunity is to use narrow band and narrow band to communicate with other nearby technologies . . . . . . In the future, there will be broadband capability to introduce 5g technology into LEDs, covering our entire city.
\"It will be a great thing,\" said Mayor Dave Jaworsky . \".
One of the benefits of narrow frequency, according to a report by city staff, is that it allows cities to adjust their lighting settings.
It is expected that the brightness of the LED light will drop at about two cents a year, and it will become darker over time.
With narrow band control, city staff said they could reduce the energy of the lights to 70 at the time of installation, adding two cents a year to compensate for the loss and save energy, until the lights naturally reach 70.
The 18,325 street lamps in Kitchener choose narrow-frequency lighting.
The total cost of the city is about $9.
7 million, including more than $2.
The additional cost of narrow band technology is 3 million.
The return period for maintenance and power saving is approximately 8 years.
Cambridge is considering the idea of narrow frequency.
\"Once all the information is collected, we will submit a report to the Council with staff advice,\" said Dennis Purcell, chief construction officer at Cambridge . \".
Broadband is another option that can provide a city-wide Wi-Fi system.
However, due to the technical update, the choice is limited.
Jaworsky said the Waterloo board approved the LED lights but would like to get more information about the additional technology.
The council will decide later on what to do.
\"We just need to see what is right and we have to make decisions based on the best data at the time,\" he said . \".
The cost of the city is 8,000
Of the more than 42,000 lights that will be transformed in the Waterloo area, a large part is about $3.
5 million, just for the lights
The payback period for energy and maintenance savings is estimated to be 8 years.
$1 extra.
2 million there is no budget for installing the narrow band, so Waterloo must find a way to pay the cost.
Local municipalities and Waterloo are involved in the street light renovation project.
Whether or not additional technology is installed depends on everyone.
The area is taking action on the project and will issue requests for proposals on behalf of all municipalities.
The conversion should be completed in the fall of 2018.
Pdesmond @ township enterprises.
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