Literature Review and a Conceptual Research Framework of Adaptive Street Lighting Criteria
Street lighting (SL) aims to improve security for street users during the night by expanding perceivability level by guaranteeing a certain luminance level. This paper introduces a brief investigation of previous researches on SL criteria and applications. The main objectives were to assess and indicate further research required in SL criteria, and explore additional aspects to improve their efficiency, with the Buraidah, Qassim region in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia used as a case study. This paper proposes additional limitations, alternative criteria, and their associated benefits.
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