In every place, prominent amount of electricity is being used for street lighting. Some streets of the city may have less regularity of vehicles, but the amount of energy consumed is equal at every place. Due to this a large amount of energy is wasted. So in our proposed system we will replace the high intensity discharge lamps with LEDs. These LEDs can change its intensity based upon the requirement. LDR (Light Dependent Register) are used to sense the vehicle's movement and if there is a decrease in passers-by then automatically the intensity of light will be reduced. Hence, our proposed street lighting system can also stabilize the lighting conditions according to the weather environment.
Lalithadevi, B., Mishra, K., Bhala, A., & Hanupavan, T. (2018). Automation of street lighting. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(1), 46–49.
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