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International Daylight Measurement Program
Type of Structure: program
Regional Scope: global
Parent Organisations: CIE
Child Organisations:
Duration : 1991 to present
Contact Address: no office contact defined

General information and objectives

IDMP stands for International Daylight Measurement Programme. It was set up in 1991, by the Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (International Lighting Commission) based in Vienna, Austria.

The IDMP network consists of:

- 48 stations specialized in high frequency and high quality daylight and solar radiation measurements.
- 15 stations measuring the distribution of light over the sky vault.
- A good source of climatic information for building designers.
- A good database for model development and validation.

For further details, link to the IDMP Home Page

Last update: 6/20/97
Source of data: ProClim- Research InfoSystem (1993-2018)

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