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Global Lighting Association Publishes Extended Version of Colour Rendering Index

 The Global Lighting Association (GLA) has recently published a method, based on the well-established Colour Rendering Index system.

Application of CIE 13.3-1995 with Associated CRI-based Colour Rendition Properties

On September 18th 2015, the Global Lighting Association (GLA) issued a position statement on Colour Rendering Index in which the need for an additional colour quality measure was indicated.

Global Lighting Association Publishes Extended Version of Colour Rendering Index

 The Global Lighting Association (GLA) has recently published a method, based on the well-established Colour Rendering Index system.

GLA Launch Press Release

 Taipei, Taiwan. The global lighting industry is pleased to announce the formation and launch of the Global Lighting Association. 

Customs Classification of LED Lighting Products

 The lighting industry is currently undergoing a paradigm shift from conventional lighting to LED lighting and the development of new LED lighting products is proceeding very rapidly. 

Position Statement on Colour Rendering Index

The Global Lighting Association (GLA) cautions against the establishment of regulatory or other minimum performance requirements... 

Application of CIE 13.3-1995 with Associated CRI-based Colour Rendition Properties

On September 18th 2015, the Global Lighting Association (GLA) issued a position statement on Colour Rendering Index in which the need for an additional colour quality measure was indicated.

Strategic Roadmap of the Global Lighting Industry

An important role of the Global Lighting Association is to share knowledge on global trends, and for this reason we have prepared The Strategic Roadmap of the Global Lighting Industry.

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Governments and regulators need to view the capabilities and benefits of lighting within the broad spectrum of quality of life and improved well-being. This requires a paradigm shift.

The lighting industry is currently confronted by a regulatory landscape with many rules, but very poor enforcement of those rules. For a relatively small industry category, lighting is exposed to heavy, complex and in many cases unneeded regulations. Rules that are not enforced are not assisting the important transition to human centric lighting. They only contribute to uneven playing fields and unfair competition.

The global lighting industry firmly believes there must be a reversal of the current preoccupation with green buildings to a focus on healthy buildings.

Instead of their focus on waste management, governments should stimulate new ideas and trials with circular economy solutions.

And finally, the lighting industry needs fewer, and better enforced, regulations.

For further information on these themes click here for the Strategic Roadmap of the Global Lighting Industry.

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