Workers with daily light exposure at the office have longer sleep duration, better sleep quality, more physical activity and better quality of life. An office environment requires flexible lighting concepts that respond to the different tasks that are performed in an office. People’s moods are also affected by different types of lighting conditions. Changes in mood are likely to affect changes in behavior and performance at work.
Problem: Lighting conditions in the workplace can influence the performance of individuals through the visual system causing one’s eyes to become tired or strained or through the circadian system by interrupting light and dark cycles.
- AWA specified lighting control system that can be adapted to different light requirements
- Provide individual illumination in rooms according to the visual tasks
- Introduce a lighting system that provides the ability to control light levels
- Introduce a lighting system that will energize users throughout the day