When the Internet of Things (IoT) unfurled a few years ago, the existential purpose of streetlights changed forever. No longer just a light, street lights became the realistic solution to capture ubiquitous data for the birth of smart cities. Let’s consider the evolution of city streetlights and the innovations enabling them to become smarter.

Join Current, powered by GE for an exciting webinar that discusses:

  • How “Smart Lighting” has advanced beyond what most think of when they hear that phrase
  • How cities are re-purposing its existing street lighting infrastructure into an IoT Platform
  • The benefits of a street lighting pole enabled IoT Platform … from helping citizens find parking spots to helping police detect and respond to gun violence, to helping food trucks find customers, smart city leaders can now enjoy cost avoidance, economic growth, and enhanced citizen quality of life.

Speakers

Hear directly from industry experts, here is who you will be learning from.

Jaime Irick

VP & Chief Commercial Officer, Current, powered by GE

Jaime serves as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Current, powered by GE, and is a GE Company Officer. Jaime has held a variety of business leadership roles across GE since joining the company in 2003, which include P&< leadership, strategy, and commercial roles at GE Energy, GE Lighting, GE Security, and GE Corporate. Before becoming CCO of Current, Jaime worked at GE Lighting for five years, during which time he served in roles as Vice President, North America Professional and President and CEO, GE Lighting Solutions.

Dave Korow

Senior Lighting Specialist, Current, powered by GE

David has 33 years of continuous service with GE. He came to GE as a student co-op in HID engineering in 1981; he took a full-time position in 1983 after graduating with an Electrical Engineering degree from Cleveland State University. In his career with GE Lighting, David has served as a Design Engineer for Metal Halide Lamps, Project Leader in Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Application Engineer in Europe and NA and then ten years as the Product Service Engineer for HID lamps and ballasts. David has been on the staff of the GE Institute for seven years.

Elizabeth Freeman

Director – Strategic Utility Engagement, Current, powered by GE

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