HCL (ヒューマンセントリックライティング) 測定の定量化・標準化
Quantifying and Standardizing the Measurement of Human-Centric Lighting
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 9 Pages
|HCL (ヒューマンセントリックライティング) 測定の定量化・標準化 Quantifying and Standardizing the Measurement of Human-Centric Lighting|
|出版日: 2018年04月25日||ページ情報: 英文 9 Pages||
当レポートでは、HCL (ヒューマンセントリックライティング) とヘルシービルディングにおけるその役割にフォーカスしながら、居住者の健康・福祉への関心の高まりについて調査し、照明市場の進歩、照明のアップグレードに対するモチベーションとその変化の経緯、HCL (ヒューマンセントリックライティング) とは何か、居住者の健康・福祉とビル所有者・オペレーターの目的との適合、照明メーカーにとってのこの変化の意味、照明市場における標準化団体の役割などについて、分析しています。
The growth of LED adoption and increased interest in lighting controls have paved the way for new opportunities in the commercial lighting industry. LEDs have provided energy savings that can justify lighting upgrades and allow customers to focus on building occupants and the relationship between the occupants and the building. This has created greater interest in healthy buildings and human-centric lighting. Internet of Things (IoT) solutions can help provide the foundation for human-centric lighting through connected devices and actionable data. Technology to measure and help quantify human-centric lighting is underutilized, as no clear standard measurement for human-centric lighting has been agreed upon.
While this confusion can lessen interest in human-centric lighting, standards organizations have helped shed light on healthy buildings. They play a critical role in the success of human-centric lighting and healthy buildings that can improve occupants' health, well-being, and productivity. The certification process remains lengthy and complex, but standards organizations can help provide education for customers interested in using advanced technologies to address occupant productivity and health. Working with government organizations can help make the components of green and healthy buildings the norm instead of the exception and will be crucial for the long-term success of these types of certifications.
This Navigant Research report examines the growing interest in occupant health and well-being, focusing on human-centric lighting and role it plays in the healthy building. The study discusses the building types that are a key focus for human-centric lighting and lack of agreement on standardization for quantifying how this type of lighting can influence productivity. Recommendations are provided on how stakeholders can help ensure human-centric lighting plays a positive role in healthy buildings.