Trulifi by Signify provides Belgian schools with fast, secure and reliable Internet connectivity via LiFi LiFi technology helps Belgian schools to accelerate the digitalization in education Provides students and staff with fast and reliable access to the latest online tools in a highly secure way Belgian installations follow successful installations in schools in Italy, Germany,Read more
Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) and Latécoère Interconnection Systems (LIS) have signed a partnership agreement to develop ‘The ACJ Smart LiFi Monitor’. The partners say this is a unique IFE technology, which will available as a retrofit and cabin outfitting option before the end of the year.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom – The global leader in LiFi technology, pureLiFi has announced a new deal to supply the US Army with Kitefin™, a next generation optical wireless communication system using LiFi for secure data transmission without radio frequencies. The cutting-edge deployment, by United States Army Europe and Africa is based on pureLiFi’s wireless technologyRead more
Vuzix is offering wireless connectivity with Signify’s Trulifi solution, consisting of a Li-Fi dongle that attaches to smart glasses and ceiling-mounted transceivers, so data can be transmitted securely at military, government and healthcare facilities.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands – Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, and World Forum The Hague, leader in hosting high-profile conferences, announced the world-first installation of Signify’s Trulifi in a congress center, ensuring that future conference guests can enjoy the benefits of safe, secure, reliable and high-speed connectivity via light rather than radio waves.Read more
Toulouse, France – Latécoère, a tier 1 partner to major international aircraft manufacturers, is pleased to announce the industrial scale-up of its LiFi technology1, thanks to a memorandum of understanding2 signed with Signify, the world leader in lighting, on its Trulifi technology, and an MoU signed with South Korea’s aerospace and defence specialist, Huneed Technologies, for data communication electronics and software.Read more
In the early days of the internet, people connected to the web via a dial-up connection. Many of us remember the days of that loud modem noise followed by a cheerily robotic voice informing us that we got mail.
Radio spectrum, the backbone of 3G, 4G, 5G, Wi-fi, bluetooth, radio and television networks and broadcasting, is getting crowded, especially in densely-populated cities like Hong Kong and Singapore.
Reprint permission granted. This article first appeared (DATE) in ETA International’s High Tech News. By JB Groves II, FOT, ITS, Instructor of Computing Science, Wharton County Junior College During ETA’s Education Forum last March in Orlando, which was partnered and held in conjunction with the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), I made two presentations. One ofRead more