Innovative LED technology opens up new possibilities for the use of electromagnetic waves: With the push of a button physiological processes can be started by target-oriented generation of interactions – on demand, supported and controlled by autonomous sensors.

LED lights with an optimized combination of spectral ranges keep food such as fruit or vegetables fresh for longer, and disinfect surfaces. They help plants flourish better and optimize the production of their ingredients. Furthermore, the experience of animals in vivaria can be more true-to-life, and the efficiency of breeding insects rich in protein can be increased for our future nourishment.

„Light is much more than illumination. It’s scientifically proven that light is part of our nutrition. Assistive and adaptive lighting systems will be an essential contribution to human health in future.“

Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Plischke, University of Munich, Department of Applied Sciences and Mechatronics

Light stimulates our circadian rhythms. These regulate many biological processes, such as the secretion of serotonin and the sleep-promoting hormone melatonin. Therefore the exposure to light influences our productivity and wellbeing. Smart LED Lighting supports humans to stay healthy and provably decreases the risk for diseases like cancer or diabetes.

QANDILO develops new technologies for „Human Centric Lighting“ (HCL) to give a broad public access to the benefits of biologically effective lighting solutions.



QANDILO develops LED lighting modules with up to 16 different spectral ranges. Our prototypes enable research into the biological effects of light in order to selectively activate physiological processes and thus open up evolutionary possibilities.


Light is created when an electrical charge starts to move and sets flowing wave packets of energy into motion.

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QANDILO is a crew of people with bright ideas. We develop product strategies and prototypes for our partners and customers on a project-by-project basis.

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For more than three billion years organisms have used the sun’s energy to grow and prosper on planet Earth in myriads of ways.

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