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Indoor lighting
requirements, conception, technologies and energy concerns

Light is a human essential. It impacts our behaviour, wellness, social life, and our economic activity. Over time, humans have developed the technology to create artificial light, allowing social and economic activity to extend into the hours of darkness. At the same time, scientific knowledge, and the application of this knowledge, have created a world of possibilities for lighting technologies and their varying characteristics. Lighting is now a very complex business and it has to fulfil a lot of requirements. This two-day technical seminar provides answers to frequently asked questions, such as:

  • What is light, and what technologies to produce it are at our disposal?
  • What are the differences between lumen and lux or candela and candela / m²?
  • Why are uniformity and glare important?
  • What is LED technology?
  • Lighting requirements, conception, technologies and energy concerns
  • Vision and photometry fundamentals
  • Light source technologies
  • Light fitting and auxiliary characteristics
  • LED technology
  • Analysis of an existing lighting installation
  • Requirements of the EN 12464 standard
  • Stages of a new lighting project
  • How to use simulation software
  • Energy concerns in lighting

Staff responsible for lighting installations (conception and maintenance).

Two days

If interested in the course but the proposed dates do not suit your schedule and would like to be enroled on a wayting list, or if you would like a dedicated session for your team (on-demand), please get in contact at

Price: €1390 (not including VAT)

  • 29 – 30 June 2020 (English delivery) – Online
  • 3 – 4 August 2020 (English delivery) – Online

Contact us for signing up on the waiting list. Once the minimum number of participants is met, a training date will be set.


Marc Vanden Bosch is an expert in indoor and outdoor lighting applications. Starting his career in the field of lighting technology as a team member of the lighting and photometry laboratory of ENGIE Laborelec, he developed expertise in all domains of lighting applications, measurements and standards. With many years of experience, he is now a lighting expert, and a member of technical working groups developing standards and technical specifications. As well as being active in the field, through assignments commissioned by grid operators or ENGIE Group subsidiaries, he is technical officer in charge of the photometric lighting laboratory.

Want to attend this technical training?

Bring your own cases and get answers to your questions

You are most welcome to ask questions during the training and bring specific cases for discussion.  Questions can be asked in English, French or Dutch.

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