Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) partners with towercos to realise Smart Cities

Collaborating with the wireless industry and municipalities to design and deploy aesthetically pleasing urban smart poles

Read this article to learn:

  • Designing smartpoles to optimise form and function
  • Deployment, maintenance and power considerations
  • How Signify has partnered with American Tower to develop a dual-tenant smartpole
  • Collaborating to create win-win partnerships with towercos, MNOs, fibrecos and municipalities

We all know that we’re going to need a lot more urban cell sites to densify wireless networks for 5G. We also know that there tends to be a lamppost every 10-30 metres in a city. A significant proportion of the world’s lampposts are designed by Signify (the new name for Philips Lighting), so TowerXchange…

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