Lighting

Human-Centric Lighting Still Has to Prove Itself

The latest report from Memoori estimated an $849 million global market for Human-Centric Lighting (HCL) in 2019 and predicts this to reach $3.5 billion by 2024, representing a 32.75% CAGR. While greater exposure to potential customers and reductions in the overall cost of systems will act as drivers for HCL adoption, the key factor for the growth of the emerging technology is the HCL industry’s ability to prove what it promises. “Human-Centric Lighting, as the name suggests, is lighting for humans. HCL goes beyond simply providing illumination for human environments, to manipulating the light output to trigger biological responses in humans according to the objectives of a space. HCL has demonstrated its ability to make workers more productive, to help patients heal faster, and students learn better, simply by tuning into our evolutionary link to the natural rhythms of sunlight,” explains the report: The Human Centric Lighting Market 2019 to 2024. The theory behind HCL […]

Stay ahead of the pack

with the latest independent smart building research and thought leadership.

Have an account? Login

Subscribe Now for just $180 USD per year per user ( just $15 USD per month) for Access to Quality Independent Smart Building Analysis!

What Exactly Do you Get?

  • Read every article published in full and get unlimited access to our archive of over 1,400 articles.
  • 10% discount on ALL Memoori Research reports for Subscribers! So if you only buy ONE report you will get your subscription fee back!
  • Industry-leading Analysis Every Week, Direct to your Inbox.
  • AND Cancel at any time
Subscribe Now

Most Popular Articles

Security

Megvii Announces $935M IPO as China’s AI Dragons Prepare to Fly

“As a society, we have experienced three distinct industrial revolutions: steam power, electricity, and information technology. I believe artificial intelligence (AI) is the engine fueling the fourth industrial revolution globally, digitizing and automating everywhere,” says Kai-Fu Lee, chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures and author of ‘AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future’. “China is at the […]

Smart Cities

Can Digital Twins Offer Long-Term Solutions to a Building Safety Crisis?

On June 14th 2017, a fire broke out at Grenfell Tower, a high-rise residential block in northwest London, and claimed the lives of 72 people. The subsequent inquiry found fundamental failings at every stage of the building safety process, from construction, to regulation, inspection, and emergency response. In reaction, the UK government launched a review […]

Subscribe to the Newsletter & get all our Articles & Research Delivered Straight to your Inbox.

    1. Please enter a valid email

    2. Please enter your name

      Please enter company name

    3. By signing up you agree to our privacy policy