An Analysis of the Effect of Building Street Light Management Systems on Street Light Management and Repairs: A Case Study


The Kinmen County has a total of approximately 15,000 street lights. Because of the countless types of street light equipment information, that such information is updated periodically, and that information pertaining to the building and maintenance of street lights in different times is difficult to preserve, control, and access, related departments often spend considerable time to find relevant maps and information prior to sending out their maintenance personnel. Because of the significant number and types of street lights used in the Kinmen County, this study administered a general investigation on the locations, quantities, types, and forms of the street lights to archive relevant basic databases, compile. street light numbers and codes, and establish a street light repair system. The objective was to use such an information system to quickly repair street lights and adopt the system concepts to build complete information standards as well as provide the public and related agencies with a convenient repair and maintenance management system. In addition, the said system can be used to conduct relevant operational planning and statistical analyses.

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Yu Lun Liang, National Quemoy University, Taiwan

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Conference: ACSS2017
Stream: Economics and Management

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