As early as February 2014, Philips and the communications company Ericsson reached a cooperation, jointly launched the launch of 4G smart street lights. Ericsson improved the performance of mobile networks by placing mobile telecommunications equipment in the Philips networked LED street light poles.
Subsequently, Philips entered into a partnership with ABB, a building automation supplier, in March. Philips’ interconnected lighting system seamlessly interfaces with ABB’s automation software to control commercial environments such as lighting, curtains, access control, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. This pioneering cooperation has made important contributions to reducing the cost of rebuilding small and medium-sized commercial buildings. For example, for a hotel, if you need to integrate several separate rooms into one large meeting room, you can change the lighting scene with one click.
In September 2016, Philips Lighting and Huawei Technologies signed a cooperation agreement to ensure seamless connection between the Philips Hue Home Intelligent Lighting System and the Huawei OceanConnect Internet of Things (IoT) Platform. According to the agreement, Huawei became a Friends of Hue partner of Philips.
In November 2016, Philips Lighting and Xiaomi formed a new joint venture company to design and develop smart connected LED lighting products for the Xiaomi Smart Home Ecosystem, enabling application (App) pairing in Android (Android) and iOS (iOS) smartphones. Intelligent lighting control.
In March 2017, Philips Lighting announced the launch of the Location Lab Partner Program, which will promote cooperation between Philips Lighting and various types of indoor positioning companies to explore innovative applications using Philips Indoor Positioning System to meet retail stores, New demands for shopping centers, offices and other formats.
In April 2018, Philips announced TrueForce LED street light sources to accelerate the conversion of traditional street light sources to high-efficiency LEDs. The Philips TureForce LED is Philips Lighting’s first in-situ replacement LED street light source for traditional high-pressure sodium lamps. By replacing the innovative LED product, LED lighting of the street light source can be upgraded without replacing the existing floodlight.
On May 22, 2018, in order to help LED companies understand the development trend of smart street lamps, Huang Feng, director of Philips Lighting (China) Co., Ltd., will attend the 2018′ LED auto lighting and lighting at Shanghai Shenwang Hotel. Smart Street Lighting Technology Symposium, he will deliver a keynote speech on the scene of LED smart street lamps, and discuss the latest technological progress of smart street lamps with the participating engineers.
At present, the replacement of LED intelligent street lamps has begun in many places in China. These intelligent street lamps not only can realize the role of lighting, but also integrate photovoltaic new energy, IOT charging piles, environmental sensors, and intelligent monitoring equipment into one, and can collect energy. Charging, monitoring of traffic conditions, voice alarms, wireless network signal (WiFi) transmission, public broadcasting, and air, noise, road water monitoring and other functions.
With the increasing number of additional functions, the number of technologies that need to be combined increases, and the added value of LED intelligent street lamps will be even higher. Dr. Huang Feng pointed out that the key elements of smart road lighting are connection technology, installation interfaces and service platforms, and future in-kind materials. Under the background of the development of networking, the industry needs to grasp the trend of full connectivity of the Internet of Things, big data analysis, and service innovation, and actively promote the development of smart lighting to scalable services.
It is understood that Dr. Huang Feng is a senior expert and professor-level senior engineer responsible for the strategic planning and innovation of intelligent lighting standards. He served as the vice chairperson of the Intelligent Building Technology Committee of the Building Energy Efficiency Association, the National Intelligence Standards Committee (TC426), the China Lighting Association Standards Committee (CALIS), and the China Semiconductor Lighting Alliance (CSA). He took the lead in the drafting of a number of international, national and industrial communications and lighting standards, holds a number of international invention patents and won the National Technology Progress Award.
In addition, Dabit Information, which focuses on vertical segmentation conferences, will gather decision-making management and R&D personnel from LED street lighting, drive module power supplies, wireless/light controllers, and intelligent gateways on May 22 to jointly discuss technologies. Among them, Prof. Yan Zhongguang of Shanghai Microelectronics also attended this meeting as a special guest.
The conference speech topics will also include car lighting drive program, LED car lighting dimming program, LED car lighting intelligent control, automotive lighting test and circuit protection, smart street lamp wireless charging technology, intelligent street lamp market development prospects, LED intelligent street lighting control Technology, LED light source chip technology and other hot spots, welcomed the LED street lamp lighting, drive module power supply, wireless / lighting controllers, intelligent gateways, and other manufacturers of decision-making management and R & D personnel to conduct technical discussions together.