Automotive Lighting

Automotive lighting covers various aspects of mobility: from safety of road users and their comfort, to overall aesthetics and design. Simultaneously, the automotive lighting industry is undergoing rapid technological changes that add energy savings and connectivity in addition to strengthening aforementioned aspects. While the market, both from industry and consumer perspectives, are quickly adapting to these new developments, the overall framework remains complex with different rules on various levels: from regulations at the EU, the UNECE, to national requirements. LightingEurope’s Subgroup on Automotive Lighting is working on providing clarity for our members and is actively helping with creating a futureproofed legal framework for our industry. 


Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting is present in all types of buildings, from hospitals to schools, hotels, offices or residential buildings and is on when the electric supply to the normal lighting fails. Emergency lighting provides illumination and guidance for occupants to safely exit a building in the case of an incident. Emergency lighting is mandatory, needs continuous assessment and should be maintained. LightingEurope and its Emergency Lighting sub-group wish to enhance the awareness of the importance of emergency lighting as an essential part of the overall safety in a building and keep on promoting the technical developments made to facilitate the necessary maintenance.

 

 


UV-C Disinfection Technology

UV-C disinfection technology has been proven to deactivate, without exception, all viruses against which it has been tested. The LightingEurope UV-C expert group promotes the benefits of UV-C disinfection technologies and stimulates the uptake of safe quality products. LightingEurope is advocating the installation of UV-C disinfection technologies as part of the EU Renovation Wave and the application and enforcement of existing safety rules and standards.