European project strives for better workplace lighting: Page 2 of 2

February 05, 2019 //By Julien Happich
European project strives for better workplace lighting
Conducted as part of the Repro-light project, a pan-European survey revealed that current lighting in the workplace is not satisfying end-users and their needs, while at the same time having a big impact on productivity and human well-being.

It is not only the need for improved light, over 50% said that the physical luminaire aesthetics where important to them, especially workers under 30. 80% of those questioned would like to have workplace lighting which automatically adapts to personal needs, with over 75% wanting their work light to change colour when it turns dark outside.

All of these factors play a role in the greater impact of lighting on the workforce of Europe, and not surprisingly over 90% of those asked said they believe their work lighting can impact their mood, 87% said it affects their performance, and 92 % said it influence their vigilance in the work place.

The full report can be downloaded at

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