Human-Centric Lighting

Episode 9 September 23, 2021 00:34:43
Human-Centric
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Human-Centric Lighting
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Show Notes

In this episode, we talk human-centric lighting with Hugo Fitzjohn, industry consultant at Filbert Square, and Mark Illingworth, Managing Director at Robinsons Integrated Systems.  

What is human-centric lighting? How relevant is it in the home technology space and how far is it a realistic business opportunity for integrators?

We're grateful to our series partners AWE Europe, Sony and Distributed by Meridian for their backing. We support Together For Cinema.

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