Conference hours are from 10:00 – 16:30 CET.

Harald Haas, Distinguished Professor, University of Strathclyde, on 'Towards Terabit per Second Wireless Networking with Light', Read More
Catherine Lepers, Professor, TELECOM SudParis
Marcos MartinezMarcos Martínez, Director of Standards Engineering, MaxLinear
Alessandro Pasquali, CEO, Slux, on 'A vision about future developments in wireless light communication', Read More
Carmen Mas Machuca, Adjunct Teaching Professor, Technische Universität München, on 'Techno-economic analysis and planning issues for LiFi solutions', Read More
purelifiSpeaker to be announced
Sandrine Gihr, Managing Director, ZERO1 France
Gregory Botanes, CEO, SITUM
Gerben Vermeulen, Technology Lead Fieldlabs, KPN
Maximilian RiegelMax Riegel, Head of Industry Environment IEEE, Nokia, on 'LiFi Standardization Status and Evolution', Read More
musa unmehopaMusa Unmehopa, Head of Ecosystems and Strategic Alliances for LiFi, Signify, on 'Together we build the LiFi ecosystem', Read More
Danilo Fattorini, Chief Operating Officer, To Be Srl
Marc Fleschen, Chairman, Light Communications Alliance, on 'Light Communication Alliance presentation', Read More
Fathi Abdeldayem, Senior Manager Technology Technology Standards & Compliance, du, on 'LiFi from Operator Perspective', Read More
Jonathan Oostvogels, PhD Researcher, imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven, on 'Symbol-Synchronous Buses: Deterministic, Low-Latency Wireless Mesh Networking with LEDs', Read More
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Li-Fi is a wireless communication technology which utilizes light to transmit data and position between devices. In terms of its end use, the technology is similar to Wi-Fi but uses light to transmit data instead of radio frequency.

Using light to transmit data allows Li-Fi to offer several advantages, most notably a wider bandwidth channel, the ability to safely function in areas otherwise susceptible to electromagnetic interference (e.g. aircraft cabins, hospitals, military), and offering higher transmission speeds.

It is interesting to realise that lights that illuminate offices, homes, cars, factories, our streets and more locations also can connect us to data and hence power the growing demand for connectivity and speed.

At this conference professionals from all over the globe will gather together in order to share applications, ideas, new developments and ways to integrate Li-Fi in services, both for consumers and professionals.