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Sustainable Infrastructure

Scalable and Connected Lighting Solutions

Light the Way for a Brighter, More Sustainable Future

Greater Control Over Lights for Lower Operating Costs


Case Study Henderson, Nevada

Cox 2M and the City of Henderson, Nevada partnered to create an innovation corridor in the city’s downtown area. A select list of IoT solutions was trialed to address Henderson’s infrastructure needs, top of which was smart lighting. The trial’s objective was to test and evaluate how smart lighting promoted energy savings and enabled operational efficiencies. The result was a more efficient, responsive and reliable operation.


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Smart Lighting Solutions

Smart & Connected Lighting By the Numbers

See the Impacts of Smart Lighting on Communities 

Reduce operating costs by up to 80% Control over when lights switch on and off and brightness levels plus real-time monitoring of maintenance and repair requirements improve efficiency and lower costs 41% reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint Replacing incandescent lighting with LED lighting has a positive sustainable impact on the environment and on communities Street lighting can be up to 40% of a city’s energy bills LED conversion reduces energy use and costs and provides immediate and substantial savings 39% decrease in crime in serviced areas Lighting study in New York City and Chicago demonstrated that LED streetlights reduced serious infractions and guns and weapons offenses Reduce road accidents (resulting in personal injury) by up to 30% Smart lighting’s ability to host sensors can monitor conditions that impact safety, such as road surface and weather, while connected lighting enables smooth traffic flow

Explore the Key Benefits of Connected Lighting

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    Reduced Operating Costs

    Replacing traditional lighting with LED fixtures significantly reduces electricity costs, while remote monitoring and management reduces the need for and cost of on-site maintenance crews, which lowers maintenance costs.

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    Improved Energy Efficiency

    Intelligent dimming via custom schedules – motion detection, sunlight and weather condition – adjusts light control and brightness to user needs.

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    Reduced CO2 Gases

    Sustainable, highly-energy efficient LED lighting provides energy savings of up to 60% for lower CO2 emissions and reduced energy consumption overall.

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    Fewer Traffic Accidents

    Improved visibility on roadways makes road hazards, work zones and road signage easy to spot and read for smoother traffic flow and greater driver concentration.

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    Better Citizen Safety

    Well-lit spaces give residents and visitors a greater sense of security, discourage crime, make streets safer and prevent accidents such as tripping and falling.

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    Entry Point for Other Initiatives

    Connected lighting infrastructure lays the foundation to affordably launch other Intelligent initiatives, such as Wi-Fi, air quality and gunshot detection.

See How Connected Lighting Can Switch on Smart Communities