Beyond LaserLight there is DataLight: LiFi for Mobility

KSLD Laser has been supplying high performance lighting solutions for automotive since 2019. More recently we have developed and marketed the Dual Emission SMD. It contains two solid state lasers, in most cases a GaN blue laser and an IR laser chip, plus a YAG phosphor. The two chips can be activated individually to produce white light and IR Light.
The brightness of the white source in the SMD is 3-5 times higher than that of any LED, which makes it ideal for long distance projection purposes. At the same time, it can generate LiFi data rates, which are 10-50 higher than those of LEDs. Such data rates equally apply for the IR source.

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Optical Camera Communication, a wireless communication between LED Light and camera of the phone (image sensor) for usage of b2b2c

OCC technology that stands for Optical Camera Communication is a one-way communication flow between an LED lamp and a smartphone.
This allows for glocalization with ultra-precision limited strictly and securely to the beam of the LED. It detects the presence of a user under a specific light at a live timeframe.

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Signify is partner of the 2022 edition of the LiFi Conference

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, businesses more productive and cities more livable.

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OCC, a wireless communication between LED Light and camera of the phone (image sensor) for usage of b2b2c

OCC technology that stands for Optical Camera Communication is a one-way communication flow between an LED lamp and a smartphone.
This allows for glocalization with ultra-precision limited strictly and securely to the beam of the LED. It detects the presence of a user under a specific light at a live timeframe.

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Symbol-Synchronous Buses: Deterministic, Low-Latency Wireless Mesh Networking with LEDs

Industrial real-time control applications often require performance guarantees that contemporary wireless networks fail to offer. The cause of this shortcoming lies in the complexity and inefficiency of current wireless network architectures, which must coordinate multiple nodes across dense deployments, and hence today cannot match the latency levels offered by wired bus networks used for real-time control, such as CAN and Profibus.

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What is Li-Fi?

According to Wikipedia: Li-Fi (ˈlaɪfaɪ; short for light fidelity) is wireless communication technology, which utilizes light to transmit data and position between devices.

In technical terms, Li-Fi is a light communication system (hence based on photonics) that is capable of transmitting data at high speeds over the visible light, ultraviolet, and infrared spectrums. In its present state, only LED lamps can be used for the transmission of visible light.

In terms of its end use, the technology is similar to Wi-Fi – the key technical difference being that Wi-Fi uses radio frequency to transmit data.

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