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Forskarfrukost – Intelligent daylight indoors and new ways of measuring light
April 26 @ 08:30 - 10:00
Intelligent daylight indoors and new groundbreaking ways of measuring light environments improves health and productivity.
A large number of people spend about 90% of their time indoors and is missing out on daily exposure of natural light. Natural daylight regulates the circadian rhythm that has a significant impact on our health and performance. Klas Sjöberg, associate professor and chair of BrainLits scientific board, talks about the latest research on the need for daylight to keep us healthy and productive.Professor Dan E. Nilsson will share his groundbreaking research on new ways of measuring light environments and the influence of his 30 000 global light measurements.
BrainLit was founded in 2012 by Tord Wingren, chairman of the board. A scientific advisory board consisting of experienced researchers and professors from Lund University and other seats of education was introduced to BrainLit in 2015.BrainLit provides our customers with #daylightindoors by a patented intelligent light control system to improve health and productivity. The system is a dynamic self-learning system, with built-in feedback, and is based on the latest research in lighting and illumination. The continuous upgrade of the system is secured by BrainLits scientific board, with professors in high tech and medicine, providing the best indoor light environment for humans and livestock.The indoor lighting is customized to mimic natural daylight by LED-luminaires controlled by sensors connected to the patented software. The Autolit-recipes then creates an optimized indoor light environment customizing the light environment conditions for individual and corporate use. The system is controlled by customized panels controlled by the customer, or/and by an app in the phone or tablet.
About the event
We start with a breakfast at 08:30 and start the seminar at 09.00 and continue until 09.45 where we’ll have questions and discussions in the group. The event is free for all participants, but we’d like you to register so that we know that you are coming.