Smart Street Lighting Market Analysis by 2019-2025 | Nov.16

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Smart Street Lighting Market Analysis by 2019-2025 | Nov.16


Byline: Mark Wailing

According to BlueWeave Consulting, the Global Smart Street lighting Market is projected to exhibit significant growth during 2019-2025.

Owing to the emergence of smart cities, a rise in adoption of Internet of Things smart devices, adoption of Li-Fi networked communication technology and growing support from the governments of several countries across the globe. Government initiatives like subsidies and discounts for the adoption of solar lighting help improve the living conditions of individuals.

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Global Smart Street Lighting Market: Competitive Landscape

Companies such as Signify N.V., Huawei Technologies Co., Citelium S.A, Echelon Corporation, Koninklijke Philips N.V, Osram AG, Cisco System Inc., Triliant Holdings Inc., Hubbell Lighting, Telensa Ltd., Twilight Citelum S.A., Flashnet SRL, Led Roadway Lighting Ltd, and Silver Springs Network Inc. are the leading players of smart street lighting market across the globe.

Scope of the Report

Hardware

* Lights & Luminaires

* Lighting Controls

Software

Services

By Communication Technology

* Wired technology

* Wireless Technology

By Lighting Source

* LED

* Fluorescent

* Compact Fluorescent

* High intensity discharge

In addition, the report provides analysis of the smart street lighting market with respect to the following geographic segments and their high performing regions:

   *	   North America
   *	   Europe
   *	  Asia Pacific
   *	    LATAM
   *	   MEA
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