IKN applies smart light technology – Rifyu.com

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Balikpapan (Rifyu.com) – The Archipelago Capital Authority (OIKN) is considering implementing smart lighting technology or smart lighting to create a smart and environmentally friendly city.

Secretary of OIKN Achmad Jaka Santos Adiwijaya, in a statement received in Balikpapan, Thursday, explained that smart lighting can provide many benefits such as significant cost savings, reduced carbon emissions and light pollution.

Therefore, the mission of the global investment exhibition at Hannover Messe 2023 is put to good use. OIKN sent a delegation to visit LUG, a company smart lighting leader in Europe, in Zielona Gora, Poland.

The OIKN delegation led by OIKN Secretary Achmad Jaka Santos Adiwijaya, with Chief members Urban Mobility OIKN Resdiansyah, and Muji Budda’wah, Head of Finance, State Property and Assets Under Control Bureau, also had the opportunity to learn about LUG’s 30 years of experience in providing professional lighting solutions and their potential for investing in the archipelago.

Michael Lupkowski, Director of Marketing Product Development at LUG, expressed his joy at hosting the OIKN delegation, and especially at the common vision to develop a sustainable lighting concept, as well as one that is oriented towards human resources in the archipelago.

LUG specializes in infrastructure development and the luminaire industry, as well as decorative lighting for public facilities, commercial areas and architectural objects.

Jaka Santos added that the use of smart lighting technology or smart lighting could revolutionize the way we light our cities, making them more energy efficient, safer and environmentally friendly.

OIKN’s exploration of this technology can make it a positive example for other cities in Indonesia and the world to follow their efforts towards a sustainable living system.

“Technology smart lighting is just one of many innovative approaches that OIKN is currently exploring to create sustainable, smart and livable cities. Their efforts are in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, specifically Goal 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities, and Goal 13 – Climate Action,” said Jaka Santos.

By reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions through smart lighting, Nusantara will also contribute to Indonesia’s efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change. Smart lighting technology will also create a safer and more secure environment for residents and visitors.

“The development of the Archipelago as a smart and sustainable city is not only about creating a modern city but also about creating a livable and resilient city for its people,” said Jaka Santos.

Reporter: Novi Abdi
Editor: Edy M Jacob

source: www.antaranews.com

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