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Perceptions of the nocturnal public space and technological innovations − citizen evaluation of a smart public lighting installation in Nantes

Abstract : The recent introduction of digital tools in public lighting represents a milestone in the evolution of street lighting. Simultaneously to this innovation phase, urban lighting is currently being studied in terms of energy and environmental sobriety, to reduce its financial and ecological impact. This study presents the observations and evaluations carried out by nocturnal urban dwellers of an experimental public lighting system, set up in real conditions. The evaluations question the relevance of sensors integrated to the lighting material in real time via a series of survey managed autonomously by residents of the experimental environment.
Keywords : Public lighting
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Nicolas Houel, Dany Joly, Laurent Lescop. Perceptions of the nocturnal public space and technological innovations − citizen evaluation of a smart public lighting installation in Nantes. SHS Web of Conferences, EDP Sciences, 2019, EAEA 14, 2019, Proceedings : Envisioning ambiances, 64, pp.02003. ⟨10.1051/shsconf/20196402003⟩. ⟨hal-02288694⟩

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