INTERNATIONALIZATION

Luce in Veneto intends to strengthen the presence of the members in the established international markets and to enter new markets, paying attention to a market-oriented approach, identifying products that meet the needs of customers both in terms of aesthetics and in terms of innovative technologies.

 

TRAINING COURSES

Luce in Veneto organizes training courses to give maximum support to the professional development of the companies and  of their personnel. All the training modules, depending on the number of participants, can be arranged for companies individually or in group.

Luce in Veneto promotes also the inclusion of trainees in the companies.

For information on training courses please contact info@luceinveneto.com

 

CONFERENCES

Luce in Veneto organizes continuously meetings, workshops and conferences on different issues with the participation of regional leaders and industry experts.

 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Luce in Veneto promotes projects to boost innovation in new lighting technologies to meet economic challenges and encourages sustainable development in cooperation with Universities and Research Centers.

 

EUROPEAN PROJECTS 

Luce in Veneto promoted and is partner of some European projects in order to increase collaboration with other clusters of the smart lighting sector or complementary sectors (building, energy, home automation..) and international stakeholders. There projects  are aimed to supporting the innovation and internationalization of network companies as well as promoting and exchanging experiences with companies abroad.

Currently ongoing projects are:

Cyber ​​Secure Light (co-financed by the Cosme Program)

Brilliant (co-financed by the Cosme program)

– ELCA-4i (co-funded by Progamma Cosme).

 

SPECIAL TOPICS

This section contains a series of special focuses with articles, scientific reports, case studies, etc. in the field of smart lighting. Particular attention, in this period, is given to UV technologies and to the sanitization techniques of the environments following the spread of COVID-19.