“HCL has the Potential to Become a Standard Approach to Lighting in Most Buildings”

Human-Centric Lighting (HCL) is illumination designed to trigger biological responses in humans to suit their activities and the overall objectives of a space. While mimicking the daily color and brightness output of natural sunlight provides a range of benefits for the user, there is more to HCL than simply replacing sunlight. Each space, depending on its users and its objectives, demands a slightly different pattern of light to maximize the benefits. “While wavelengths that promote health and wellbeing may be desirable to most lighting spaces, others like productivity, restfulness, healing, or learning are better suited to some environments than others,” explains our latest report. “These differences allow HCL firms to design lighting systems to suit different spaces with different objectives. HCL applications have arisen in healthcare, offices, retail, hospitality, residential, and many more verticals, creating a confusing and fragmented market full of opportunity.” The report The Human Centric Lighting Market 2019 to 2024: Global Market […]

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