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  • Signify Installed The World's First Bat-friendly Streetlight For The Dutch Town
    Jul 11, 2018

    Global leader  Signify recently announced that it has completed the installation of the world's first bat-friendly road system. Thanks to the new LED streetlight products, the nighttime activities of the rare bats in the Dutch town of Zuidhoek-Nieuwkoop will not be disturbed by human activities. The system's streetlights are specially designed to avoid the effects of natural sensations and rhythms on bats with special light recipes. This special light formula is energy efficient, providing residents with safe nighttime travel and bat awareness as dark as darkness. This system is another innovation that Yannuo leads the development of LED technology in the field of smart interconnection and environmental protection.

     

    Protection of flora and fauna

    Zuidhoek-Nieuwkoop is home to many rare flora and fauna, and the town and its surrounding areas are part of the Natura 2000 Nature Reserve project, a European network of rare animal conservation designed to help breed rare and endangered animals and plants. The environment in which it grows. In 2011, New Science began to build 89 homes that met the highest sustainable standards. The installation of innovative streetlights in this environmentally friendly residential community will help Zuidhoek, the survival of rare bats in the new science, and respond to the call to protect rare plants and animals.

     

    “New Science is the first town in the world to install a bat-friendly smart LED road system. When developing our unique Habitat community, our goal is to do our best in environmental protection, especially the impact on the survival of rare bats in the area. Reduced to a minimum. Now that we have succeeded, this system can minimize our carbon emissions and energy consumption,” said Gueus Elkhuizen, member of the Nieuwkoop City Council, in an interview.


    In order not to affect the nighttime foraging activities of bats, a light formula jointly developed by  Signify, Wageningen University and NGOs came into being in this field of protection. The red wavelength of this light recipe does not affect the bat's "bio-compass." Prior to this, the light of ordinary street lamps not only greatly affected the flight and nighttime activities of bats, but also attracted the main prey of them - insects to gather.


    Use as needed, energy saving and environmental protection

    In order to better optimize management, the local government deployed the act Signify Interact urban intelligent interconnection and management operation and maintenance system. The management system can realize real-time and remote control of LED points. Compared with traditional high-pressure sodium lamps, the system can save up to 70% energy with LED products. The system can remotely control any point through the intelligent internet, helping relevant departments to quickly respond to residents' needs for changes in the brightness of lights outside the home, and even quickly brighten the area for emergency services. In the dead of night, the lights can be adjusted to darker, reducing unnecessary energy consumption.


    In March 2017, Signify installed an innovative smart interconnected LED road system for Ameland, the Netherlands. The system uses Philips ClearSky technology to emit light blue-green light. This light does not affect the life of birds and nocturnal animals while providing the human nighttime activity. At the same time, it can save energy, improve public safety, and protect the sustainable development requirements of migratory birds' living environment.