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Brilliant Lighting for More Workable and Livable Communities
LED street lights do more than illuminate our paths. They guide our journeys and bring light to good things, helping to connect people—and their world—through ever increasing intelligence.
GE's innovative platform, Intelligent Environments for Cities, uses LED street lighting and wireless sensors to connect, collect and analyze data, harnessing the power of the Industrial Internet to enhance quality of life for city residents and visitors.
Discover what's possible through Predix™, GE's software platform designed to help cities operate more intelligently and efficiently.
A Platform That Transfers
Operating cities in an efficient and cost-effective manner despite ever-tightening budgets can be a challenge. Connecting a city to the Industrial Internet drives the change that can help turn those challenges into opportunities. From parking optimization to more efficient emergency responses and more, the possibilities are endless.
Intelligent Street Lamps Can Hear Gun Shots, Call For Help
GE Lighting and ShotSpotter just signed a memorandum of understanding to bring gunshot detection to light fixtures as an option in GE's suite of intelligent LED technology for cities.
The acoustic sensors and software would give street lamps the ability to detect gunfire in real time, connect to 911, alert police patrol cars, and ping smartphones with the precise location of the shooting incident, the number of shooters and rounds fired and other valuable intelligence.
Your community's streetlights are the real key to creating a wide-ranging, low-cost communications system.
Imagine this: You head out for dinner at a popular new restaurant in a hip part of downtown on a busy Saturday night. Before you leave home, you know the fastest route there and find an open parking spot immediately.