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LA’s new street lamps will keep cell service running after an earthquake

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 10, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Katie Medlock last modified Nov 09, 2015

Los Angeles is about to become the first city to unleash the newest street lighting and cell service crossover technology. Philips’ SmartPole street lamps are equipped to deliver 4G LTE wireless technology by Ericsson, as well as illuminate the streets with an energy efficient glow. City officials are eager to celebrate the adoption of 100 SmartPoles, which are sturdy and reliable enough to keep citizens connected even after a disaster. “This project shows what smart infrastructure...




 

 

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Los Angeles just announced plans to roll out a new generation of high-tech street lamps that can keep citizens connected even when cell networks are down after a debilitating natural disaster. Philips’ SmartPole streetlights are equipped with energy-efficient LED bulbs and 4G LTE wireless technology by Ericsson. City officials are eager to celebrate the adoption of 100 SmartPoles, which will keep both businesses and citizens connected in densely populated areas.

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