LiFi technology has many applications and numerous use cases. The digital transformation in the education sector is a trend in all countries and sometimes even an obligation. The presentation will focus on the Education use case and why, how the LiFi represents a beneficial alternative to radiofrequencies inside the classroom.Continue reading “LiFi For Education”
ITU-T standard based G.hn technology augments spectrum usage and provides security enhancements that special use cases need. For schools, hospitals, airports, defense and government buildings and other cases where sensitive information can be a target of cyberattack, Li-Fi eliminates the risk of data interception by outsiders which are out of sight, therefore offering a vastly enhanced security platform which can be ensured using G.hn as reliable backbone.Continue reading “G.hn backbone and ecosystem support for Li-Fi use cases. Standardization, Spectrum and Security”
LiFi is a promising technology approach for smart manufacturing providing wireless and reliable data communication. The research project ELIOT aims to demonstrate the possibilities and advantages in manifold areas. The focus of this talk is on smart manufacturing, highlighting future use cases and evaluation scenarios.Continue reading “LiFi use cases and demonstration scenarios for Smart Manufacturing”
“The Netherlands is favoring photonics” says René Vroom, Manager Innovation at Radiocommunications Agency Netherlands. “Optical wireless communication is a promising development. The RF spectrum is crowded with users. LiFi might become a new comfort in telecom to ease the pressure on spectrum being a new complimentary mechanism for high capacity internet access.Continue reading “Optical wireless as a new comfort for telecom? A regulators perspective”
With internet users growing by the minute, comes the great challenge of ensuring faster speeds and higher bandwidths. 5G, the next wireless revolution, comes as a solution that can cater to the endlessly growing base of users. But 5G infrastructure requires denser deployments of small cells within cities having high backhaul capacity. The fibre optic cables can meet this demand but rolling out an extensive fibre network poses deployment complications. Laying down fibre is time consuming and costly process and makes expansion near impossible specifically in developing nations.Continue reading “Light Communication as a part of 5G and Beyond”
Mainstream LiFi is just on the horizon. LiFi’s security, safety and bandwidth advantages make it the right solution at the right time. LiFi is a wireless technology that uses light rather than radio frequencies to transmit data. By harnessing the light spectrum, LiFi can unleash faster, more reliable wireless communications with unparalleled security, compared to conventional technologies, such as cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth.Continue reading “Taking LiFi mainstream”
LiFi has superior capabilities compared to other licensed-exempt wireless technologies like Wi-Fi / IEEE 802.11. Current deployment models mainly treat LiFi like the common licensed-exempt technologies missing the possibility to fully exploit the potential performance of light communications.Continue reading “Fully leveraging LiFi capabilities through enhanced integration with 5G core and services”
presentation by Musa Unmehopa, Head of Ecosystems and Strategic Alliances for LiFi at Signify
There are many exciting LiFi innovations taking place and there is a lot of important LiFi research going on. But as we continue to push the boundaries of what is technologically possible, it is important to realize that the current generation of LiFi technology is mature enough to build the first commercial products.Continue reading “Building the LiFi Ecosystem”
by Prof. Jean-Paul Linnartz, research Fellow, Signify / Signify Li-Fi systems
The Internet of Things (IoT) drives a rapid growth of the amount of data communication as tens of Billions of devices will communicate, with widely varying communication requirements.Continue reading “Optical Wireless Communication for the Internet of Things”
by Ed Huibers, Signify
Signify is scaling the market for LiFi. Communication using light is useful for many applications, for instance in offices, industry or hospitality. But there is more, what if we could really innovate on other fields because of LiFi?
What drives you?
Being part of an very innovative company, the search possibilities of technology in a real market environment drives me. How do new ideas really improve our lives.
Why should the delegate attend your presentation?
LiFi technology is getting more known, but the next level, the next new application or use case, thats where I want to stimulate people to think about.
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
Besides LiFi? Although IOT is not new, I like think that we are only at the beginning of utilizing this to improve the way we live, consume and interact.
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
The IOT will help us make more efficient use of the resources while still improving our quality of live.. LiFi will create additional opportunistic to fulfill our growing need for communication.
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
New technology always is treated with some reservations, so testing, experiencing the tech is key to get buy in.
Trulifi by Signify will change the way we look at lighting.
About Ed Huibers
Ed Huibers started his career within Philips in 1999, after working for SGS, and since then worked in several marketing and sales roles facing the market. After a period of three years working as a General Manager at Hagemeyer (now Rexel) he returned to Philips as leader of the product management team in the Benelux.
Before moving to Innovation Ed worked at the global head office focusing on systems and solutions. In the last 5 years Ed has been active globally as commercial director for several new business opportunities, in the last year focusing completely on LiFi Systems.
Ed, Dutch nationality, holds a bachelors degree in technology management from the The Hague University of applied Science.
Signify is the world leader in lighting for professionals, consumers and lighting for the Internet of Things. Our energy efficient lighting products, systems and services enable our customers to enjoy a superior quality of light, and make people’s lives safer and more comfortable, and businesses more productive and cities more livable.
Ed Huibers will speak at the 2019 edition of this conference.