The U.S. military is fueling the early growth of Light Fidelity (LiFi), a high-speed broadband mechanism that uses the light spectrum to transmit and receive data. Two companies involved with this technology, pureLiFi and Signify, have secured major contracts with the Army and Navy to enhance current communications systems with an additional layer of security.
Oledcomm has appointed Pierre-Jean Beylier as Co-CEO to focus on strategy, business development and marketing for light-based LiFi wireless broadband technology.
Researchers in Scotland and Germany are working on ways to use terahertz point-to-point free space optical (FSO) communications with LiFi LED systems for 6G communications.
The Edinburgh based firm uses light to transmit data rather than conventional radio frequency systems such as WiFi and 5G. By harnessing the light spectrum LiFi is able to provide more reliable wireless communications with unparalleled security. The investment aligns with the Bank’s mission to invest in innovation and industries of the future, creating highRead more
Like moths to a flame, a variety of aviation stakeholders are gravitating towards LiFi — which uses light rather than radio to wirelessly transmit data — for various use cases, including to potentially augment or even replace traditional onboard Wi-Fi.
28 June 2022, High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands Key Topics: Market Development Ecosystem Applications Standardization The Role of Startups Research Meets Industry This is the most important upcoming conference in the topic worldwide and is a truly ‘global’ meeting. The following speakers will contribute: Harald Haas, Distinguished Professor, University of Strathclyde Catherine Lepers, Professor,Read more
A small private school on Long Island that prides itself on ethnic diversity has now added some variety to its wireless Internet technology, installing a Li-Fi system to go along with the existing Wi-Fi Internet service.
KYOCERA SLD Laser, Inc. (KSLD), a world leader in commercialization of laser light sources, has announced the achievement of the world’s fastest LiFi system that delivers greater than 90 gigabit per second (90 Gbps), 100 times faster data rate than 5G. The company will will demonstrate its award winning DataLightTM innovation for automotive and consumerRead more
Gobally recognised “Father of LiFi”, co-founder and CSO of pureLiFi has been celebrated for his research and scientific leadership in LiFi as 2021 closes EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, December 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The globally recognised “Father of LiFi”, co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of pureLiFi has been celebrated for his research and scientific leadershipRead more
8th December Edinburgh, UK – Global leader in LiFi technology, pureLiFi has secured another multi-million-dollar deal to supply the US Army with thousands of additional units
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, November 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The leader in LiFi technology, pureLiFi have been named as part of the EE Times Silicon 100, an annual list of global electronics and semiconductor start-ups to watch. Each year EE Times tracks the pulse of the industry to identify emerging technology trends and developments that hold promise for the future. pureLiFiRead more
Beaverton, US, 27 July 2021: HomeGrid Forum has today announced that Signify, (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, has joined the organization to expand the innovation and deployment of G.hn technology for Light Fidelity (LiFi) applications. Trulifi by Signify provides a range of LiFi systems that ensure a fast, secure and reliable wireless connection.Read more
The future of wireless communications will be characterized by the combined use of LiFi and AI applications to enable increased data transmission speeds and secure networks. While we are advancing to faster internet connectivity from 4G to 5G, the radiofrequency spectrum is getting congested due to the limited bandwidth available. Moreover, telecom companies have toRead more
Airbus is bringing a hotly anticipated new connectivity product to its corporate jets market. In partnership with Latécoère, ACJs will soon feature LiFi – a WiFi system that uses beams of light to provide connectivity. Airbus will be the first manufacturer to embrace this technology, and hopes to have it available to install by theRead more
We’ve heard of Wi-Fi and Hi-Fi but what in blue blazes is LiFi? It was a question raised by Airbus when it announced this week its corporate jets unit was the only manufacturer to offer “the next-generation communications technology onboard a corporate aircraft”.