Dublin City Plans to Convert Historical Streetlights into LED Lighting

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is planning to convert its public street lights into LED lighting, aiming to initiate smart city applications.

The project proposed by Dublin City Council will replace up to 40000 city lights with LED and install smart city applications as well as restore 120 columns with heritage luminaires to original design. The cost is estimated to be EUR 80 million (US$ 90 million) and the project is currently at tendering stage.

The city is famous for its ornate historical street light with Georgian style decoration including shamrocks and crests. One of the purposes of the convert project is to unify the technology style, color temperature and lighting design across Dublin.


(Image: The Dublin City Concil)

In addition, the city council hope to build up a central management system to remotely monitor and control manage street lights to push smart cities applications.

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