LiFi For Education

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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.

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G.hn backbone and ecosystem support for Li-Fi use cases. Standardization, Spectrum and Security

G.hn

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.

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LiFi use cases and demonstration scenarios for Smart Manufacturing

Daniel Behnke

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.

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Optical wireless as a new comfort for telecom? A regulators perspective

René Vroom

“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.

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Taking LiFi mainstream

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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.

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Fully leveraging LiFi capabilities through enhanced integration with 5G core and services

Maximilian Riegel

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.

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Light Communications Alliance will be co-branding partner of the Li-Fi Conference

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Eindhoven / Luxembourg 28 April 2021 – Light Communications Alliance & Jakajima join forces to organise the annual Li-Fi Conference, in an effort to boost the market knowledge and exchange of information over the use of light technology in communication, the two parties have announced today.

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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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