This paper presents a real-world proven solution for dynamic street light control and management which relies on an open and flexible Internet of Things architecture. Substantial contribution is brought at the interoperability level using novel device connection concept based on model-driven communication agents to speed up the integration of sensors and actuators to Internet of Things platforms. The paper shows also results from real-world tests with deployed dynamic street lights in urban spaces. The proposed dynamic light control solution permits an energy saving of about 56% compared to classical static, time-based street light control.