The global lighting market continues to perform strongly in 2022: USD 120 billion, with an estimated annual growth rate of more than 7% over the next five years. In Europe, the total market, comprising luminaires, lamps and digitally controlled lighting systems, is worth around EUR 22.5 billion, with growth of 8% by 2021, according to the CSIL and Expert Market Research report.
Technical problems, short circuits, overloads of the electricity network, there are many causes that can cause a blackout, with serious consequences for people's safety. For this reason, emergency systems are of fundamental importance, guaranteeing reserve lighting to end the activities in progress and safety lighting to evacuate the premises without risk to people.
Despite the end of the pandemic, health institutions invite us not to let our guard down because global warming due to climate change could increase the circulation of viruses and bacteria, moreover antibiotic resistance could increase the risk of new epidemics.