|Industry||Outdoor advertising, advertising
Sept 9, 2009
|Defunct||January 29, 2013|
|Headquarters||The Lansdowne Building
London, United Kingdom
Number of employees
The 'Clever Bins' came with A2 sized display panels that were lit up by directional LED beams. The panels came with military standard Riot shielding. Some models of the bin could broadcast messages to nearby mobile devices.
The bins used solar power that, even in cloudy conditions, could charge the units for up to 7 hours of illumination. The level of illumination was regulated depending on the power available.
Clever Bins could also be found outside near London's tube stations, Lakeside Shopping Centre, Manchester, Birmingham City, Tower Bridge London, and locations in Singapore,Hong Hong, Maldives  and Italy.
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