"Dynamic Light" develops dynamic light solutions with the aim to combine an improved quality of light with energy savings in public space. Organisations from 7 Central-European countries have been fascinated by this idea and formed a partnership with the objective to use the full potential of dynamic lighting in public areas. From 2016-2019 eight pilot installations based on innovative dynamic light concepts will be realised. By focussing on the relationship of the user needs and the dynamic light, the project aims for a high acceptance of the new technology and the realisation of new light qualities in public space. Results of the project will help cities to identify the potential of dynamic light and provide tools and information for the implementation of dynamic lighting in public space.
The Technical Report CEN/TR 13201-1:2014 “Road lighting - Part 1: Guidelines on selection of lighting classes” of 1961. In the current version it is not clearly defined, which method should be used to determine the lighting class for streets. Therefore, there is a need for harmonization to keep road safety and security at an appropriate level for all road users traveling through Europe.
1 June 2016
31 May 2019
Project Dynamic Light has 15 partners from 7 central European countries.