ILP Bristol CPD: SLIC Decision Support Tool for Public Lighting
SLIC Decision Support Tool: A tool to aid decision making in the adoption of innovative public lighting technologies and techniques for economic savings, environmental sustainability and social inclusion in smart cities.
The Smart Light Concepts (SLIC) Decision Support Tool (DST) is a web-based tool designed to support users in making decisions on innovative techniques for energy savings, energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public lighting. These techniques/actions aim to increase the uptake of sustainable public lighting concepts and carbon reduction by managing authorities. The concept will take into account the various public lighting situations/road configurations; rural, urban, historic cities, a combination of technologies. The tool is useful for calculating the expected energy use, light performance, and cost of street lighting upgrades for the areas which are defined in the SLIC project.
In this session, the speaker will present the SLIC DST framework, tool demonstration and the evaluation result of the tool by pilot partners of the SLIC project.
Speaker: Ramazan Esmeli MSc, BEng, University of Portsmouth.
Hosts: Claire Gough, Chair ILP Bristol and Tom Lewis, Vice Chair ILP Bristol.
Attendees can pre-register for a VIP experience: to attend the events live and ask questions, ILP members can book a free place, and non-members are welcome upon payment of the low price of £10 per session.
Your details will be shared with the event organisers, speakers and hosts as needed to ensure a great event tailored to the attendees as much as possible.